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How to roughly estimate Nxlog system requirements for windows to support 4000 events per seconds

We are currently using Nxlog enterprise 4.0.3735 to send events logs(windows events - > json out) from windows server to central log server.
1) I want to estimate system requirements(cpu,memory,disk) needed by nxlog agent to handle 4000 to 5000 events per seconds. I m also concerned about what happens when the agent gets high (unexpected) number of events more than expected during peak load times

AskedAugust 20, 2018 - 4:36pm
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nxlog output (json in *.log) and Splunk

Hello All,

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Hello,

Sysadmins set nxlog syslog to put event logs from windows to external directory. The log format is 'json' with extension *.log My question is how to properly import those data to splunk and index it. Right now SPLUNK don't recognize all fields (like a EventType, EventID, Hostname etc.)

thanks in advance

AskedMarch 1, 2018 - 5:54am
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nxlog-3.99.3098-1_rhel7.x86_64. - KAFKA OUTPUT PROBLEM

Hi, I have a problem with nxlog. Try to start service nxlog with kafka configuration (including installation librdkafka) and unfortunately i have an error with starting nxlog:

error: "Unit nxlog.service has begun starting up.

AskedJanuary 4, 2018 - 8:55am
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NXLog and ODBC

Hi ,

Trying to create an ODBC connect for NXLog to connect to.   NXLog is installed on the same Windows 2012 server as the SQL Server 2008R2 instance.

 

Scenario 1:

32-bit ODBC is setup as a System DSN with a SQL Server account that has DBO access to the desired database

NXLog service is setup to run under the System account.   

 

- I've tried both drivers available on the system ("SQL Server Native Client 10.0"  and "SQL Server")

AskedOctober 11, 2017 - 9:54pm
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Multiple Nxlog.exe Process (WIN)

Hello, we’re looking at using multiple instances of nxlog.exe on the same Windows machine. What is the supported method for this please?

If I create a new process we receive the ERROR Service is already running log entry.

Thanks

AskedMay 30, 2017 - 12:58pm

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