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Wrong order on Papertrail, is it because of UDP protocol being used? #194
Johnathan from Papertrail, here. @edpichler sent us an email and mentioned this issue so I wanted to add some insight.
The timestamp of when the log message was created isn't ultimately thrown out. The timestamp a user sees in PT is when we received the message. Original timestamps (when the message was created) are still viewable in the archives. Whatever order the messages are seen in Papertrail is the order we received them. We see a lot of out-of-order message receipts when users are transmitting via UDP at high volumes or the sender (be it their app, a syslog daemon, etc) is doing something funky.
I'm more than happy to answer any questions y'all have.
@johlym that makes sense on my end. Is there a way for the user to default to using the original timestamp of the log message? If not, thats fine - its by design, so shrug - but just curious so I know ho to answer these questions in the future.
Thanks for the clarification!
So @josegonzalez the problem is because UDP?
I just configured my app to use the Logback framework, directly, without this
I conclude that the
Thank you @johlym for your support.