Export Summary logs using command prompt

Is there any way to download/export the Summary logs(Total time/progress for each piece of content) csv file using command prompt?

Hi, @Sagar_Tarle
Yes, it’s possible, executing a command, as explained in https://kolibri.readthedocs.io/en/latest/manage/command_line.html

The command you need to execute is:
kolibri manage exportlogs --output-file=path_to_your_file.csv
That will export the session logs.

For the summary logs:
kolibri manage exportlogs --log-type=summary --output-file=path_to_your_file.csv

José L.

We have linux AWS instance created and installed Kolibri in that. The details in the link need to open command prompt in the kolibri install folder to run these command. So how to run these commands from my windows system?

You will have to ssh to your AWS instance and execute the commands there, using the same user kolibri is running under (su kolibri - before executing the commands, if you didn’t create any user, just installing the package).

You can use https://www.putty.org to ssh your instance, or follow any of the methods recommended at https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/AccessingInstancesLinux.html

José L.

Thanks @jredrejo