Last Log for Confluence
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🗃 Simplified troubleshooting - log file browsing with search, filters, auto-refresh and thread dumps right in the administration
View your log files
Browse through your logs directly in the application administration and save a lot of time – no need to access the server directly or downloading log files using SFTP.
Search within the logs
Search within automatically updated logs using filters to limit search output to the relevant log entries.
Simple file selection
Choose and view any file out of your log directory without having to access the server.
Troubleshooting in Confluence easier than ever.
- Access to all logs directly in the Confluence administration
- No server access necessary
- Searching and filtering - even with RegEx
- Real-time monitoring through auto-refresh
- Ships with own REST API
- Available for free
Logs are an administrator's best friend. A function in Confluence is not working as expected? An application is displaying errors? The entire application is slow or not responding at all? To investigate the problem, logs are the right place to start troubleshooting. The problem: you need server access to view the logs. Besides the fact that it is time-consuming to manually search and examine the log files, many Confluence administrators don't even have access to the server where the logs are stored for security reasons. Last Log for Confluence displays the logs where they belong - in the Confluence administration user interface.
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