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william_fu
Contributor II

Monitoring apps in a multi-node environment

I tried reconfiguring them following these instructions  with no success (the apps update, but with limited data, which leads me to believe they're not consuming all the logs)


Has anyone here had experience with this?


If possible, i'd love to see what your data connections / folder paths / folder contents look like.


Thanks,

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Partner
Partner

Re: Monitoring apps in a multi-node environment

I following the same instruction and everything works fine

Employee
Employee

Re: Monitoring apps in a multi-node environment

Like korsikov, those instructions should be in the right direction.

This is only with two nodes (QLIKSERVER3 + QLIKSERVER4).

Data Connections:

data_connections.png

Script:

script.png

Hope that helps.

william_fu
Contributor II

Re: Monitoring apps in a multi-node environment

Hi ltu‌,

Thank you, this helps.

We must have missed something on the setup, because there are no folders I can point to on my second node (QLIKSERVER4\Log\ in your example)

The only connection I have pointing to the second node is the ArchivedLogsFolder (SERVER1\Qlik\ArchivedLogs\SERVER2)

Also, can you confirm if this is what the folder contents look like on your end?

ServerLogFolder:

ServerLogFolder.png

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ArchivedLogsFolder:

ArchivedLogsFolder_1.png

Employee
Employee

Re: Monitoring apps in a multi-node environment

ServerLogFolder looks like that.

ArchivedLogFolder should be structured like this:

  • ArchivedLogFolder\Server1.company.com\...
  • ArchivedLogFolder\Server2.company.com\...