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kernel log

What is a kernel log?


Kernel logs contain detailed information, including boot messages, hardware driver information, kernel status, and other kernel-related events. Kernel logging is initialized from the system startup and is helpful for system auditing and troubleshooting startup and hardware issues.

In the world of NXLog

Networks consist of computers, servers, network devices, and other appliances. All of these devices run some operating system, generating kernel logs. Kernel logs are crucial in troubleshooting hardware, driver, and startup issues. NXLog Enterprise Edition supports collecting kernel logs from various platforms, including Linux, BSD, macOS, and Windows, and provides the following native modules:

Known as

kernel log, kernel trace, kernel trace log, kernel message, kernel events, linux kernel log, windows kernel log


Reading the kernel log
Logs from the kernel log buffer
Kernel (im_kernel)

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