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Logging Tab

Administration > General Settings > Setup > Logging

This tab summarizes the following configured logging parameters:

  • Log Configuration refers to local logging.

  • Log Facilities Configuration refers to remote logging.

The logs keep track of alarms, events, and any other issues involving your appliances.

Severity Levels

In order of decreasing severity, the levels are as follows:

Severity Level Description
EMERGENCY System is unusable.
ALERT Includes all alarms the appliance generates: CRITICAL, MAJOR, MINOR, and WARNING.
CRITICAL Critical event.
ERROR An error. This is a non-urgent failure.
WARNING A warning condition. Indicates an error will occur if action is not taken.
NOTICE A normal, but significant, condition. No immediate action required.
INFORMATIONAL Informational. Used by Support for debugging.
DEBUG Used by Support for debugging.
NONE If you select NONE, no events are logged.
  • The bolded part of the name is what displays in the log files.

  • These are related to event logging levels, not alarm severities, even though some naming conventions overlap. Events and alarms have different sources. Alarms, when they clear, list as the ALERT level in the Event Log.

Remote Logging

  • You can configure the appliance to forward all events, at and above a specified severity, to a remote syslog server.

  • A syslog server is independently configured for the minimum severity level that it will accept. Without reconfiguring, it might not accept as low a severity level as you are forwarding to it.

  • Each message/event type (System / Audit / Flow / Ids) is assigned to a syslog facility level (local0 to local7).

Logging Edit Row

Use this dialog box to set the Log Settings, specify the Log Facilities, and add Remote Log Receivers.

Log Settings

Setting Description
Minimum severity level Minimum severity level that the system will log.
Start new file when log reaches Enter the maximum amount you want Orchestrator to generate a new file at. The limit is 50 MB.
Keep at most log files Amount of log files you want stored. 100 is the maximum amount.

Log Facilities Configuration

Select the log facilities you want the System, Audit, Flow, and Ids logs to use. You can choose between Local0 and Local7 for each.

Remote Log Receivers

Click Add and enter the IP address of the remote log receiver you want to add.


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