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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Log groups

You can group devices into log groups. You can view FortiView summaries, display logs, generate reports, or create handlers for a log group. Log groups are virtual so they do not have SQL databases or occupy additional disk space.

In FortiAnalyzer 5.0.6 and earlier, you can treat log groups as a single device that has its own SQL database. You cannot do this in FortiAnalyzer 5.2 and later.

When you add a device with VDOMs to a log group, all VDOMs are automatically added.

To create a new log group:
  1. Go to Log View > Log Group.
  2. In the content pane toolbar, click Create New.
  3. In the Create New Log Group dialog box, type a log group name and add devices to the log group.
  4. Click OK.

Log groups

You can group devices into log groups. You can view FortiView summaries, display logs, generate reports, or create handlers for a log group. Log groups are virtual so they do not have SQL databases or occupy additional disk space.

In FortiAnalyzer 5.0.6 and earlier, you can treat log groups as a single device that has its own SQL database. You cannot do this in FortiAnalyzer 5.2 and later.

When you add a device with VDOMs to a log group, all VDOMs are automatically added.

To create a new log group:
  1. Go to Log View > Log Group.
  2. In the content pane toolbar, click Create New.
  3. In the Create New Log Group dialog box, type a log group name and add devices to the log group.
  4. Click OK.