Each Logz.io plan starts off with a main account. If you’re on a Pro or Enterprise plan, you can create sub accounts to help manage user access to your data.

The main account

Users in your main account have access to your data in sub accounts and timeless accounts. Admin users of the main account also have these permissions:

  • Create, view, update, and delete users in the main account and sub accounts, including other admin users
  • Create, view, update, and delete sub accounts
  • Create, view, update, and delete timeless accounts
  • Create and delete shared tokens and API tokens

Because of the high level of permissions, we recommend limiting the number of admin users in the main account.

Sub accounts

Sub accounts help you control data usage and manage user access to your logs. By shipping different logs to different sub accounts, you can define data volumes and retention periods for different environments.

Managing your accounts

If you’re an admin for the main account, you can manage the main account and sub accounts from the Manage Accounts page ( > Settings > Manage accounts in the top menu).

Click an account in the Time based retention plan panel to see its settings.

Manage the main account

Time-based account settings
Setting name Description
Token This is your account token, which you use when shipping logs to route them to your account. Keep this token secure.
Account name A descriptive name for this account.
Total daily volume The maximum volume of logs you can ship in a day, in GB.
Retention The number of days to retain your logs.
Enable main account users to access this account For sub accounts only. If selected, users who have access to the main account can also log in to this account.
Searchable from the main account For sub accounts only. If selected, this account’s logs can be searched from the main account.
Save account utilization metrics Logs account utilization metrics in regular increments—every 10, 30, or 60 minutes—depending on your settings. Stored as logzio_account_utilization type.
Save log size Adds a new field to incoming logs. This new field is called LogSize, and it contains the size of the log line in bytes or kilobytes.
Use objects from the selected accounts Allows this account to access Kibana objects (dashboards, visualizations, searches) stored in other accounts.