Why am I getting this warning in my analytics-agent.log:
expires=Thu, 12 Jul 2018 12:35:32 GMT; path=/; Domain=.saas.appdynamics.com".
Invalid 'expires' attribute: Thu, 12 Jul 2018 12:35:32 GMT
This is a third party cookie to filter out malicious requests. I don't see a reason why these cookies have invalidly expired attribute except as per what I know it should have an expiry of 2 years. However, I don't think it should cause any issues in analytics agent functioning. Do you see any issue? Let me know.
Can you please let us know which analytics agent version is in use? Also, can you attach the analytics-agent.properties file?
Is this from prod environment?
Well, I'm troubleshooting an issue where the 4.3 analytic-agent won't seem to report any data back to the controller in our dev environment. I'm using the same approach as when I enabled it successfully for the 4.2 analytic-agent and controller. Not sure if the warning is the reason behind, but its the only lead I got at this moment.
Build information [buildName=1471-4.3.2.next-build, buildHash=, buildTimestamp=2017-06-07T04:05:36+0000, buildNumber=8581, jobName=build-analytics-shared, version=126.96.36.199]
analytics-agent.propert is attached, but I have removed account information.
The warning should not be the problem.
Also, attach the analytics-agent.log file.
ad.controler.url is set I just removed it from the attached file.
I have attached the logfile also, does this say anything useful?
That was a pretty small log :)
However, in the latter portion of the log, I do see the events getting published to SAAS analytics.
analytics-agent / http:eventType:publish:bt: (healthy) Rates (Avg per second. Avg of last 5 min) success: [0.036090], user error: [0.000000], timeout: [0.000000], error: [0.000000]
analytics-agent / http:eventType:publish:log: (healthy) Rates (Avg per second. Avg of last 5 min) success: [0.000000], user error: [0.000000], timeout: [0.000000], error: [0.000000]
analytics-agent / http:receive:bt[[/v1/sinks/bt/*, /v2/sinks/bt/*]]: (healthy) Rates (Avg per second. Avg of last 5 min) success: [0.036090], user error: [0.000000], timeout: [0.000000], error: [0.000000]
So unless we see some error in the controller log controller logs. I would expect data to show up in Analytics.
Where is your controller? SaaS or On-Premise?
Please post the saas controller URL or if you want it to be private, I would suggest opening a support case in helpdesk if you have access.
You can very well post the messages using the Private Messages option available
Click on the User Profile Name next to the user's icon and then you should be able to see an option called "Send Message", which can be used to share the sensitive data