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Server Log Files in a Nutshell
Where do server requests come from and why? You can find this information and more in server log files.
How to Read Log Files on Windows, Mac, and Linux
This post focuses on log files created by the three main operating systems--Windows, Mac, and Linux, and the main ways to access and read log files for each OS.
Fishing for Log Events with Graylog Sidecar
The Graylog Sidecar lets you easily update collector configurations so you can always have the log data you need when your requirements change.
Filebeat to Graylog: Working with Linux Audit Daemon Log File
If you run the audit daemon on your Linux distribution you might notice that some of the most valuable information produced by auditd is not transmitted when you enable syslog forwarding to Graylog.
Enhance Windows Security with Sysmon, Winlogbeat and Graylog
We’ll show you how to use the WinLogBeat to get the Windows Event Log over to your Graylog Installation.