normally, you would use individual streams in Graylog to provide a specific
view on your data: http://docs.graylog.org/en/2.1/pages/streams.html
For example this URL searches for the string "Removed Session" (the "q"
query parameter) in the stream with ID 56b10473e4b0bcb63971300a (which
contains syslog messages of a system) in a time window of 1 hour (the
"relative" query parameter):
On Wednesday, 14 September 2016 19:48:37 UTC+2, Ryan Waldron wrote:
> I am evaluating moving our centralized logging from elasticsearch/kibana
> to graylog. Our current setup has several external applications that link
> directly to specific Kibana searches by generating the proper parameters in
> the URL. Eg:
> As you can see, we can generate a URL on the fly that has control over
> most of the search and display functions available in Kibana. We use this
> to link directly to specific application logs for less technologically
> inclined staff.
> It appears from the URL of the Graylog web interface that it uses some
> kind of hash to link to specific content. Is there a way to generate these
> on the fly to link to specific information within the system? I have
> searched for a while today and I can't seem to find any documentation on
> the subject.
> Thanks in advance for any assistance.
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