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These logs contain information about interesting and potentially troublesome events that occur during the daily operation of your network. Ordinarily, these logs run in the background, quietly gathering information about network events.How are event logs used in network troubleshooting?
Ordinarily, these logs run in the background, quietly gathering information about network events. When something goes wrong, you can check the logs to see whether the problem generated a noteworthy event. In many cases, the event logs contain an entry that pinpoints the exact cause of the problem and suggests a solution.Is there some sort of network log in Linux?
Is there some sort of log in linux that can show someone trying to hit a socket? Or you could run tcpdump and grep out the ports. When I have really nasty network problems, I tend to fire up wireshark. For me, there's no better network diagnostic tool when I have to get down to the nitty-gritty details.Why is there no network activity in DevTools?
That's because DevTools only logs network activity while it's open and no network activity has occurred since you opened DevTools. To view the network activity that a page causes: Reload the page. The Network panel logs all network activity in the Network Log.