After you finished the setup of Arch on your SD card, you can start configuring this Linux Distro to your needs. Here’s my config… Note: In case you need to resize your root partition it’s best to do it before you do anything else, this way you avoid the risk to loose any data. You can find a tutorial to this here.
Logstash is a nice tool for managing events and logs. After you finished the setup, the next step is the configuration of the agents/shippers. Since one of the strengths of logstash is the ability to query your logs and make some nice statistics about them, it is key to ‘convert’ your logs somehow in a more structured way. Here’s a little example on how to do this… The configuration of a shipper is done through a config file (ex. logstash.conf). Below is an example to handle Glassfish’s server log.
I am happy to announce that we have a new release of the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server!
The biggest change we did in this release was applying an update to our RESTful Sender API: We now have one single endpoint to deliver Push Notifications to the supported platforms like Android, iOS and Mozilla’s SimplePush. This of course has some impact on the client libraries and we will have the Java Library available on Maven Central shortly, while our latest NodeJS API is already available on npm.