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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Log Categories

Logs are group into different categories:

All Events

All logs.

System Events

Logs related to system operation, such as user creation and FDN downloads.

VM Events

Logs related to guest VM systems, such as VM initialization.

Job Events

Logs related to scans. You can trace the scan flow of each file or URL.

HA-Cluster Events

Logs related to cluster configuration and failovers.

Notification Events

Logs related to email alerts and SNMP traps.

The following options are available:

Download Log

Download a file containing the raw logs to the management computer.

History Logs

Enable to include historical logs in Log Search.

Refresh

Refresh the log message list.

Add Search Filter

Add search filters. You can select different categories to search the logs. Search is not case sensitive.

Pagination

Jump or scroll to other pages. You can see the total number of pages and logs.

The following information is displayed:

#

Log number.

Date/Time

Time the log message was created.

Level

Level of the log message. Logging levels are:  
  • Alert: Immediate action is required.
  • Critical: Functionality is affected.
  • Error: Functionality is probably affected.
  • Warning: Functionality might be affected.
  • Information: Information about normal events.
  • Debug: Information used for diagnosis or debugging.

User

The user to which the log message relates. User can be a specific user or system.

Message

Detailed log message.

Action

Action that was taken on the operation, such as Update, Controller, Rescan, and so on.

Status

Status of the log, such as None, Success, or Failure.

User Interface

User interface that was used, such as GUI or System.

Log Categories

Logs are group into different categories:

All Events

All logs.

System Events

Logs related to system operation, such as user creation and FDN downloads.

VM Events

Logs related to guest VM systems, such as VM initialization.

Job Events

Logs related to scans. You can trace the scan flow of each file or URL.

HA-Cluster Events

Logs related to cluster configuration and failovers.

Notification Events

Logs related to email alerts and SNMP traps.

The following options are available:

Download Log

Download a file containing the raw logs to the management computer.

History Logs

Enable to include historical logs in Log Search.

Refresh

Refresh the log message list.

Add Search Filter

Add search filters. You can select different categories to search the logs. Search is not case sensitive.

Pagination

Jump or scroll to other pages. You can see the total number of pages and logs.

The following information is displayed:

#

Log number.

Date/Time

Time the log message was created.

Level

Level of the log message. Logging levels are:  
  • Alert: Immediate action is required.
  • Critical: Functionality is affected.
  • Error: Functionality is probably affected.
  • Warning: Functionality might be affected.
  • Information: Information about normal events.
  • Debug: Information used for diagnosis or debugging.

User

The user to which the log message relates. User can be a specific user or system.

Message

Detailed log message.

Action

Action that was taken on the operation, such as Update, Controller, Rescan, and so on.

Status

Status of the log, such as None, Success, or Failure.

User Interface

User interface that was used, such as GUI or System.