Introducing: Live Streaming Logs

Christine Oen · April 04, 2016
1 minute read

Announcing the rollout of our newest feature, Streaming Logs. It gives you the ability to see recent requests to your cluster in real time, including the top 20 slow requests.


You can find the logs for your cluster under the Logs tab in your cluster dashboard. Once you click on the tab, logs will populate in real time as requests are made to your cluster.

Each row in the table is one request made to your cluster. You will see the timestamp of the request, the type of request [GET, POST, PUT, UPDATE, DELETE], the URL of the request, the time in milliseconds it took for the request to complete, and the status.

Color Indicators

The time in milliseconds and status have color indicators that let you know how long it took for the request to complete, and if it was successful.

Time in Milliseconds
Green Less than 200ms
Yellow Less than 2000ms
Red Less than 10000ms
Status Codes
Green Successful 200 level request
Yellow Redirection 300 or Client Error 400 level request
Red Server Error 500 level request

The top 20 slow requests are shown on a separate tab within the Logs menu, and shows requests that take longer than 200ms. Any yellow or red requests will appear on this tab.

This feature is still in beta, so we would appreciate any feedback you have. Hit us up at or you can ping us on Twitter @bonsaisearch.