Hi, I am reading this section "Asynchronous Batching and Durable Log Shipping" from this link http://docs.getseq.net/v2/docs. I want to clarify two things from that section. 1. A buffer file set may be specified when network or server issue prevernt delivery. Will the log in the butter file be sent to Seq when network or server issue is recovery but the app that sent the log is not running yet? 2. The code below is for configurating a butter file. Does writing the log to the butter file use async? Writing the file is IO-bound so I am wondering if there will be any blocking for writing logs from concurrenct threads... Log.Logger = new LoggerConfiguration() .WriteTo.ColoredConsole() .WriteTo.Seq("http://localhost:5341", bufferBaseFilename: @"C:\MyApp\Logs\myapp") .CreateLogger(); 3. How do I sent other log informations like performance counters logs and etc? Thanks!
Posted by Michael Sync 3 years ago
I've updated Seq server from 1.6.11 to latest 2.2.8 using the .exe installer. The setup went smooth but I couldn't browse the UI using my custom domain, so I opened a cmd and did: seq stop seq uninstall seq install --listen="http://mydomain.com" Again, everything seemed to run smooth but I still can't browse it. Going to http://mydomain.com opens the IIS start page. How can I troubleshoot this?
Posted by Emzero 3 years ago
Hi, I'm developing an web application and i'd like to log all my errors from server and client side in one place. The server side integration goes well with lthe Log4Net.SeqAppender, but i'm not able to log client side events due to lack of CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) headers in the SEQ server response. Is it possible to enable CORS support for the SEQ server, So i can use SEQ.NET to log web client events? Best regards, Mirek
Posted by Mirek Fiega 3 years ago