You've deployed a new feature into production. You've done your unit testing, fixed lots of bugs, your code is awesome. Now it's time for hundreds/thousands/millions of users to break...err...use your feature.You're diligent about track usage in real-time and get customer feedback when something goes wrong. You track the performance and response time impacts on the server.All is good...except...that feature isn't quite working for a specific group of users. Now what?With LogDNA, you can monitor for stack traces and exceptions in real time. In your browser, you can tail -f like a boss and see real-time logs from all your app sources, Nginx, and Redis. Since you can combine data from multiple sources and see related events, you can do a thorough root cause analysis and surface hard-to-find bugs.
Search: "403 Forbidden" login
Search: ClassCastException OR NullPointerException
Search: -level:info Timeframe: 2 hours ago
Search: "'str' object" -TypeError Timeframe: last friday 10amHere's other examples of what you can put in the timeframe: an hour ago, 5:42am, yesterday 1pm, 2/24 2:30pm
Now that you've zeroed in on the problem, you can always set your query up as a view and set up alerts to notify you if this ever happens again.
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