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FAQ: OCI Logging Analytics Native Service: Frequently Asked Questions (Doc ID 2918718.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 06, 2023

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OCI Logging Analytics Service
Information in this document applies to any platform.


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Questions and Answers
 1) How to filter high volume of the windows security logs ?
 2) What is the maximum number of entries that can be added to the lookup under administration ?
 3) Can I purge archived data manually to reduce the storage ?
 4) How to disable the Log Analytics ?
 5) How to determine in which compartment the logs are stored ?
 6) Why the Log Explorer shows only first 2000 line in the result set ?
 7) What is the minimum set of Identity and Access Management Policies Required to use Log Analytics?
 8) How to create dashboards in Logging Analytics ?
 9) How to calculate the storage cost for storage bucket ?
 10) How to Ingest logs into logging Analytics ?
 11) How to configure single storage for all the logging like 12 months to keep the logs
 12) As per the OCI Logging service documentation log retention appears to be for a maximum of 6 months, can this be extended to 12 months?
 13) Can active logs be configured for 12 months so that they can be analyzed?
 14) Archived Logs - Can these be ingested into the log analyzer? If not, how can these be searched when required.
 15) Best practices for log management?
 16) How to create alerts using query patterns ?
 17) What are the permissions needed to manage dashboards in LA?
 18) Is it possible to configure Custom dashboards for all kind Logs ? (VCN, LB, Custom Logs, Audit Logs )

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