You will need to create an input in Splunk to import the log messages from your Django app. See "configuring the Django Splunk app" for details. You will also need to sourcetype your data as "django".
If you are using Django's file-system cache, then you can use the provided modular input to monitor the size of your cache. To set this up, configure an instance of the modular input using Splunk's manager at Settings » Data Inputs » "Django File Cache Size".
Added tagging and extractions for database transaction events (BEGIN and END)
* Added ability to filter by hosts
* Event severity chart on the operations dashbaord is now stacked
Updating icon for Splunk 6.2
Views now automatically start the searches when viewed
* Fixed issue where dashboards did not use a default time-frame (resorted to all-time)
* Fixed line-breaking
* Stacktraces are no longer show for the messages on the Operations dashboard
Updated to work with Splunk 6.0
* Added dashboard and inputs for monitoring the file-system cache size
* Added extractions for the path that was requested in 404 errors
* Updated the README to give an example of using a format string with a timezone specified
* Fixed issue where the panel displaying non-web-facing errors would not show results
Fix the app icon path
A bunch of improvements:
* Updated the overview dashboard to include a messages by severity over time chart
* Combined the table of queries with highest duration with the most common queries table on the database dashboard
* Added parsing of the args field in the database logs
* Updated the suggested template for the Django configuration
* Added an improved line-breaker that should ensure events are broken correctly
* The most recent messages list on the overview dashboard now updates correctly with real-time searches
* Set the colors of the charts to match the content (e.g. critical severity is red)
* Fixed issue where modules name with underscores were not being extracted properly
* Fixed drill-down on the "messages by severity" panel on the overview dashboard
Added a new overview dashboard, updated the styling, other miscellaneous changes
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