The following queries are examples of strings you can use to search anything within logs.
You can use boolean operators to add more search parameters.
- As an example, in the following image, you can construct and type the following queries in the search bar.
- To search logs by a message string
Receiving BP-18, use the following syntax.
- To search logs by a message string on a particular host, use the following syntax.
message:<message>AND host.name.keyword:<host name>
Receiving BP-18 AND host.name.keyword:host4.acceldata.dev
- To search application logs of particular services, use the following syntanx.
Search Keywords Allowed
To search within Logs, the following keywords are allowed.
|To search within services.|
|To filter search by host name.|
|To filter search by source location.|
|To search within the log level which can be either Info, Debug, Warn, or Error.|
|Boolean operators ||For an improved search within logs.|