SexiLog. By default, SexiLog is published with 2 hard disks.
The first one is dedicated to the system and host / mount point. The second one (50GB) is dedicated to /sexilog and is used to host all elasticsearch, logstash and kibana data. If you want to extend the second disk, you should follow these steps: WinEventType. Winlogbeat Configuration. The winlogbeat section of the winlogbeat.yml config file specifies all options that are specific to Winlogbeat.
Most importantly, it contains the list of event logs to monitor. You can specify the following options in the winlogbeat section of the winlogbeat.yml config file: The name of the file where Winlogbeat stores information that it uses to resume monitoring after a restart. Sending Windows Event Logs to Logstash - /dev/random.
Windows Powershell ELK Log Wash! - HAZZY. The TLDRGrumpy Admin, plays around in PowerShell trying to send Historic Windows Events to his ELK stack and when he gets frustrated that it’s not exactly working, he googles and lifts someone else’s code off GitHub to make it work – ergo happy Grumpy Admin!
Main Post Grumpy Admin here, I was asked to implement a logging system – so I decided to implement an ELK stack. Kibana User Guide [5.0] Beats Platform Reference [5.0] Step 2: Configuring Winlogbeat. Monitoring avec ELK – Windows et NXlog! Monitoring - How to send Windows Performance counters to Logstash + Kibana? Part 1.[Overview] ElasticSearch, Kibana, Logstash, and Windows Metrics over PowerShell TCP Connections. Part 1.
[Overview] ElasticSearch, Kibana, Logstash, and Windows Metrics over PowerShell TCP ConnectionsPart 2. [PSJSON] The Powershell JSON TCP ConnectionPart 3. [PSGet-Counter] The Powershell Get-Counter cmdlet You want to monitor performance metrics on your Windows machines. You want to play in the open source world, and have found that there are no good documented ways to gather perf metrics on Windows and ship them over to logstash.
OutsideIT - Monitoring and Automation to Invent Your Own Future. OutsideIT - Monitoring and Automation to Invent Your Own Future. Monitoring Windows Scheduled Tasks - OutsideIT. Step 2: Configuring Winlogbeat.