View Strata Logging Service Logs in Explore
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View Strata Logging Service Logs in Explore

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View
Strata Logging Service
Logs in Explore

Use the
Explore
tab to retrieve log records by providing the log type and time range.
Where Can I Use This?
What Do I Need?
  • Prisma Access (Managed by Strata Cloud Manager)
  • Prisma Access (Managed by Panorama)
  • NGFW (Managed by PAN-OS or Panorama)
  • NGFW (Managed by Strata Cloud Manager)
  • Strata Logging Service
  • A user role that has access to view logs
  • A Customer Support Portal Account to view logs in
    Explore
    .
You must have at least one of these licenses to use
Strata Cloud Manager
:
Prisma Access
,
AIOps for NGFW Premium
,
Prisma SD-WAN
Use the
Explore
tab to view and interact with logs stored in your
Strata Logging Service
. The query builder along with time range preferences help you narrow down the specific logs that are of interest to you. You can view the log details and also export all log types to a compressed CSV file in GZ format.
You can view logs stored in your
Strata Logging Service
instance using both Standalone app or in
Strata Cloud Manager
.
  1. Select the log type you want to view. For details on the exact log types you can retrieve and a definition of each of their log fields, see the Log Reference guide.
  2. Select a directory sync service instance for which you want to view logs.
  3. Define a query string in the query builder to filter the logs you want to view. If you do not provide a query string, the search returns every log record of the type you specify for the selected time range.
  4. Specify the time range for which you want to query the log records.
  5. Press enter in the query builder to view the log records and their details in the table. You can organize the columns in the log table based on what is relevant to you.
  6. (
    Optional
    ) Save the preferred Explore settings you frequently use in your profile. You can save settings such as time range, log table view, saved queries, and the Directory Sync Service instance.
  7. (
    Optional
    ) Export all log types to a compressed CSV file in GZ format. The exported logs will always display UTC, irrespective of the time zone you selected when you exported the logs.

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