Hi and welcome to Qlik Fix! This video demonstrates how to enable QIX Performance logging in Qlik Sense to capture granular usage metrics from the Qlik in-memory engine. First, Open the Qlik Management Console and navigate to the Engine menu. Edit the engine on which you want to enable the QIX Performance Logs Go to Logging and select the desired logging level next to QIX Performance In this demo we will use the Info log level but note that this level of logging should only be used during troubleshooting as it can produce very large log files. During normal production operation it is recommended to use the Error or Warning log level settings. Now navigate to the following location and open the Settings.ini file as an Administrator. Add the following parameters and value which are listed in the knowledge base article this video is embedded to, and save the file. Note that these values can be modified to fit the need of the environment if needed. See the mentioned article for parameter definition. Next, restart the Qlik Sense Engine service to apply the change. You can now open an application via Qlik Sense Hub in order to generate logs, and navigate to the following location to verify that the QIX Performance logs is enabled. The QIX Performance log file contain engine operations with performance related content. This content can be visualized with the Telemetry Dashboard or a custom Qlik Sense application. For information on using the Telemetry Dashboard to visualize data obtained with the QIX Performance logs, see the article in which this video is embedded in Qlik Community. If you’d like more information, Take advantage of the expertise of peers, product experts, and technical support engineers by asking a question in a Qlik Product Forum on Qlik Community. Or search for answers using the new SearchUnify tool. It searches across our Knowledge Base, Qlik Help, Qlik Community, Qlik YouTube channels and more, all from one place. Also check out the Support Programs space. Here you can learn directly from Qlik experts via a Support webinar, like Techspert Thursdays. And don’t forget to subscribe to the Support Updates Blog. Thanks for watching. Nailed it!
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