EventLog Analyzer system requirements
This section lists the system requirements for installing and working with EventLog Analyzer (Distributed and Standalone editions).
± 2000 syslogs / 300 winlogs
± 10000 syslogs / 1500 winlogs
± 20000 syslogs / 3000 winlogs
|Network card capacity
- Disk throughput refers to the MB/s (megabytes per second) that EventLog Analyzer requires to write on the disk, without negatively impacting performance.
- The above mentioned values are approximate.
EventLog Analyzer can be installed on the following operating systems and versions:
- Windows 7/8/10, and Windows Server 2003/2008/2008 R2/2012/2016
- Linux: Red Hat 8.0/9.0, Mandrake/Mandriva, SUSE, Fedora, CentOS
EventLog Analyzer has been tested to support the following browsers and versions with at least a 1024x768 display resolution:
- Internet Explorer 9 and later
- Firefox 4 and later
- Chrome 8 and later
EventLog Analyzer can use the following databases as its back-end database.
Bundled with the product
- MS SQL 2005
- MS SQL 2008
- MS SQL 2012
- MS SQL 2014
- Allocate 100 percent RAM/CPU to the virtual machine running EventLog Analyzer. Sharing memory/CPU with other virtual machines on the same host may result in RAM/CPU starvation and may negatively impact EventLog Analyzer's performance.
- Employ thick provisioning, as thin provisioning increases I/O latency.
- Enabling VM snapshots is not recommended as the host duplicates data in multiple blocks by increasing reads and writes, resulting in increased IO latency and degraded performance.
Network-attached storage (NAS)
- NAS drives are not recommended if their latency is higher than the local disk’s latency.
- Check the disk's I/O latency before implementation, as disk quality is critical for EventLog Analyzer's performance.