Emulation Logs and Logging Control

Emulation Logs allow you to download the log files to your computer and perform analysis in Microsoft Excel or similar tools.

Emulation logs screen in Eggplant Network

Click the column headings to change the sort order.

Note: Multiple files can be downloaded or deleted by selecting the required logs, then on the icon at the end of the row. If the Download icon is clicked for multiple log files, these are bundled in an archive and the archive (or .zip file) is downloaded.

There are two columns showing the duration of the logging and the size of the log file. By clicking Refresh at the top of the page, these columns are updated.

Click the Download icon to download the file. The below screen shot shows the statistics for the Average Latency Per Second graph. The first row contains the emulation name, graph name, and user name. The next row contains the field headers, date time, and metrics for each link. Two metrics are reported, one for the uplink and the other for the downlink.

Eggplant Network emulation log viewed in Google Sheets

Click the Trash icon at the end of the log file row to delete a log.

Emulation Logging Control

Emulation logging allows you to turn on graph logging and to configure which graph log statistics to file. Click Enable Logging to turn logging off or on, then select the boxes for the logs you want. Logging starts immediately for any running emulations.

Emulation Logging selection pane in Eggplant Network

The logs can then be found under Emulation Logs on the left-hand menu.


This topic was last updated on August 19, 2021, at 03:30:51 PM.

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