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WARNING input file does not exist

I was trying to read the DNS log file but was given an error of "WARNING input file does not exist", and it also depends on the directory that the file was in, here were the results. It appears that Windows was restricting the read permissions based on the residing (system?) directories, any idea?

On one server:
C:\Windows\System32\dns\dns.txt - Error
C:\dns.txt - No error
C:\Windows\Temp\dns.txt - No error

AskedOctober 30, 2018 - 12:43am
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Cache on disk works not good

Hi everybody,
To protect the logs from loss, I turned on the recommended settings in client's config:

PersistLogqueue TRUE
SyncLogqueue TRUE
CacheFlushInterval always
CacheSync TRUE

But now I see that parts of log are duplicated much more often than before these setting was enabled.
Why cache in memory works better? In case with cache on disk I hope to see best result.

Thank you so much!

AskedOctober 26, 2018 - 8:29am
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Windows server 2003 ERROR im_msvistalog.dll

Hello all,

I am having an issue that I believe is specific to the Windows Server 2003 R2 systems I am trying to install Nxlog CE on. I am getting the following error from the nxlog.log file.

ERROR Failed to load module from C:\Program Files\nxlog\modules\input\im_msvistalog.dll, The specified module could not be found. ; The specified module could not be found

AskedOctober 23, 2018 - 10:27pm
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Nxlog handling big number of files

Hello,

I have an application that logs some API requests and responses. Each request is logged in a different file, as a single line. In the system there are thousands of files, and Nxlog seems to have issues sending the logs to Elasticsearch. It reads the file, I can see im_file_add_file command in logs, but it takes a long time to actually send the message.

How does Nxlog process multiple files in a single directory?

AskedOctober 19, 2018 - 6:33pm

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