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Examining Data Flow

To examine the n6 data flow (see: n6 Architecture and Data Flow Overview) you can do the following:

  • Run some collector to check data flow.
(env)$ n6collector_spam404


You may want, firstly, to temporarily terminate the corresponding parser (by the command stop <process> if Supervisor is in use) – to be able to see (in the RabbitMQ web management panel) incoming messages on the parser’s input queue (before they are consumed by the parser).

  • Log into the RabbitMQ web management panel to check message queues.
  • Log into the n6 Portal and query the n6 API through the search form.
  • Query the n6 REST API (you can use curl, a web browser, etc.).
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