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CData Sync and Windows Event viewer

  • 21 March 2024
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My CData Sync servers are running on Azure. I’d like to use Azure Monitor Agent to monitor if CData Sync service is in stopped state. Usually Windows Service monitoring can be queried from Windows System logs finding Event ID 7036. CData Sync seem not to write anything to System Log (or I just not find it). Where should I try to find information if service is stopped?


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Hi @JTapio  

If the application is set to start automatically, but it fails to respond after the system is restarted, you should normally see Windows Event entries related to the application. Alternately, you can check for a "logs" folder within the application data directory to see the httpserver logs. If there are issues preventing the application from running as a Windows service, they should be recorded in this location:

C:\ProgramData\CData\sync\logs\httpserver

 

Feel free to reach out to our support team at support@cdata.com if you have any other questions.

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