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Accessing and Archiving Syslog Files from SigNoz Server to AWS S3

TLDR Jun asked about accessing syslog files sent by endpoints to the SigNoz server for archiving on AWS S3. Pranay explained the syslog storage but the thread is yet unresolved.

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Sep 04, 2023 (3 months ago)
Jun
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Jun
04:07 AM
Hi team, I would like to ask if we are able to access the syslog files sent by endpoints to the SigNoz server? I would like to archive these syslog messages onto AWS S3 before they exceed to retention period!
Pranay
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Pranay
01:48 PM
https://signoz.io/docs/userguide/collecting_syslogs/ - you should be able to use this to send syslogs
Sep 05, 2023 (3 months ago)
Jun
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Jun
01:58 AM
Hi Pranay, I am able to send the logs to Signoz server as per the guide.
But are these logs stored somewhere on the Signoz server? I would like to use access these log files via a script
Sep 08, 2023 (3 months ago)
Pranay
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Pranay
04:21 AM
It is stored the our datastore in your SigNoz install. You can directly write queries to the clickHouse datastore. Would love to understand what use case you have to access log data directly via scripts?