Hi - sorry if this is a seriously basic question, ...
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Hi - sorry if this is a seriously basic question, but I have: • SigNoz running on Ubuntu - I can see the hotrod sample data in "Services" (though I've since removed this from the install, using the instructions provided) • I have created a simple C# application with instrumentation to log a value periodically - this is just a test • I'm using .Net with Serilog and the Serilog.Sinks.OpenTelemetry package
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Log.Logger = new LoggerConfiguration()
                .WriteTo.OpenTelemetry(options =>
                    options.Endpoint = "<http://192.168.xx.yy:4317>";
                    options.ResourceAttributes = new Dictionary<string, object>
                        ["service.name"] = "test-service"
• My log message is reaching SigNoz and if I search for
I can see messages in the logs - but nothing shows up in the Services. The documentation suggests that this should happen automatically if
is declared (which I believe I am doing in-line with the Serilog->OpenTelemetry docs) Here's the SigNoz detail for a typical log entry (below): Hopefully someone can help point me to why these don't get recognised under Services or Traces?
Additional: If I omit
from the Serilog logger, my log entries include a synthetic
Sorry to bump - is anyone able to offer a hint here? SigNoz seems like a good solution for us, but if I can't get it to recognise log messages we'll have to look elsewhere
The Services tabs list is populated from the traces data. The logs data alone won't add any services because of the RED metrics calculation.