Admin Logs

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This screen provides you access to see scheduler events at various log levels. This screen can be accessed by all users from the primary navigation sidebar.

This screen lists log entries based on the selected date range and other criteria.


Fields shown in the log table are:

  • Log Event Time
  • Host
  • Category (the event classification)
  • Level
  • Summary (may be truncated)
  • Message (may be truncated)


Log records can be filtered by Date and Time. From and To fields will show user-friendly time selectors which enforce a valid date range.

In addition, before querying, filter text can be supplied which matches on either the log message or summary. The wildcard character '%' may be used along with regular characters.

Filters by Level, Category and Host are also supported. Selecting no options for these filters is equivalent to choosing all options. Selected options may be cleared by clicking the (X) next to the dropdown arrow.

Within the header on the right-hand side is a selection box which allows you to choose an auto-refresh interval, so that your results will be constantly updated. You can turn this off by selecting "Don't auto-refresh".

The Search button is used to refresh the log results table. You may get a notice indicating the search results show too many records. In this case, you may wish to adjust your filter settings.

You may page through results using the paging at the top of the table, and filter the table's records using the filter input box.

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Exporting Results

The current contents of the table can be exported to Excel, CSV or XML by clicking on export icon displayed at the far right of the table header. The download will automatically begin and will include all pages of the current table of results.

Log Details

Records within the Log table show a (+) button so that you can view additional log details in a modal popup. This will include a unique log identifier, the log time and full summary and message in case they have been truncated in the table listing.

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