Log forwarding

GitHub Enterprise uses syslog-ng to forward Git and application logs to the server you specify.

Any log collection system that supports syslog-style log streams is supported (e.g., Logstash and Splunk).

Enabling log forwarding

  1. Visita la cuenta de tu empresa en https://github.com/enterprises/ENTERPRISE-NAME, reemplazando ENTERPRISE-NAME por el nombre de la cuenta de tu empresa.
  2. En la barra lateral de la cuenta de empresa, haz clic en Settings (Configuraciones). Pestaña Settings (Configuraciones) en la barra lateral de la cuenta de empresa
  3. Under Settings, click Log forwarding. Log forwarding tab
  4. Under "Log forwarding", select Enable log forwarding. Checkbox to enable log forwarding
  5. Under "Server address", enter the address of the server you want to forward logs to. Server address field
  6. Use the "Protocol" drop-down menu, and select a protocol. Protocol drop-down menu
  7. Optionally, to enable TLS encrypted communication between syslog endpoints, select Enable TLS. Checkbox to enable TLS
  8. Under "Public certificate", paste your x509 certificate. Text box for public certificate
  9. Click Save. Save button for log forwarding

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