We see that specific access log also has 500 and 501 HTTP status code errors and that they all took place in June.
We can zoom in on the June month to look closer at these errors:
The green line with the yellow dots marks the 404 errors. The dots are yellow as it is considered medium severity.
Since we are interested in the 404 errors, we can focus only on that error by clicking on it in the table below the graph.
XpoLog will Access Logs Performance Analyzer automatically create the following search query:
status=“404” in folder.Demo in folder.Tomcat in folder.instance-1 in log.access-TOMCAT-1
and the result will bring you back to the XpoLog Search interface:
Another awesome XpoLog Access Logs Performance Analyzer feature you can see in the above screen capture is the drill down box explicitly presenting the number of specific errors found within each moment in time. This box will appear any time you hover over a graph in the Search interface. It is essentially like the XpoLog Analytics Insight section in the left sidebar, but specific per time-instance.
From the aforementioned example, we learn that the reason the performance slowed down was not the weight of the page, but rather the HTTP errors – resources not found, internal server errors and not supported/implemented (server does not recognize the request method and is not capable of supporting it for any resource).
XpoLog Access Logs Performance Analyzer GEO IP
Now that we have analyzed the root cause of the website performance, we view and analyze the locations of the visitors with the access logs.
Using XpoLog Access Logs Performance Analyzer a view of all visitors geographic like location and IP is done intuitively.
* | count | geoip group by country,region,city,latitude,longitude | order by count desc
To view a similar page as the below:
View your visitor’s locations from all around the world in a map panel that is fully clickable to zoom inside a specific location and view all the necessary insights.
To sum up
XpoLog Access Logs Performance Analyzer is used to analyzing your website performance data and be able to take actions to improve your users’ experience and increase their satisfaction.
Using log viewer and analytic apps can actually show you in real time what is happening with your website.
By digging down on visitors’ behavior and your web pages response, you’ll understand what’s going on with your business.
XpoLog analysis apps bring you the insight into the palm of your hands using a pre-defined set of dashboards and reports.
Sounds awesome, isn’t it?
If you read this far I think you are ready to see the magic for yourself!