Want to create a logtarget to copy the log files in windows filesystem. Any open source File transfer tool is suggested? such as syslog server.
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6 replies Latest Post - 2012-11-21T14:44:30Z by SystemAdmin
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Updated on 2012-11-21T14:44:30Z at 2012-11-21T14:44:30Z by SystemAdmin
Re: DataPower Log target to Windows file system2012-11-16T14:31:54Z in response to SystemAdminSrini,
If you've a syslog server i.e. any unix or linux you can pretty much play with the *.dat files and run it from you local windows workstation ....
But I don't think I've seen the windows file system...
Re: DataPower Log target to Windows file system2012-11-16T14:59:05Z in response to SystemAdminSrini,
you can also have the NFS filemounts and again it's another way/process like syslog ...
to grab those log files and anyalze the logs I've heard that splunk is proving to be promising ( ofcourse need to buy license ;) ) which we're also planning for it ... for analyzing there are lot many tools available ...IBM tivoli etc
JohnAra 270005GCFN33 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: DataPower Log target to Windows file system2012-11-19T15:36:11Z in response to SystemAdminI'd be curious to know if anyone's used Loggly.
As for logging the files off the device, I've had decent success with FTP option. Only complaint I have is it uses the file size as the trigger when to move the log file. I'd rather see a daily option.
Trey 120000BTRN225 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: DataPower Log target to Windows file system2012-11-21T00:06:00Z in response to SystemAdminI would lean toward syslog/UDP if you need live log updates. If you use syslog/TCP you run the risk of the Windows box being slow or causing the device to spawn large numbers of TCP SYN's trying to connect and this can impact the performance of the device.
(i speak from experience here and thats all im going to say)
Maybe look into cygwin it has a lot of log daemon options.
(I can not suggest this only point out that i have seen it used)
If you can live with uploaded files rather than live updated files simply do a 500k log file size and FTP upload to the windows box. This is fairly lightweight and simple.
Hope this helps. If you have some specific questions let me know.
Re: DataPower Log target to Windows file system2012-11-21T14:44:30Z in response to TreyVery True Trey :) ... do not want to burn the hands with Syslog/TCP
and for the logs I'd always prefer live log updates = Syslog/UDP = DP writes some beautiful ones :)
The later i.e. uploading files or otherones are kind of archived logging which I'd say shouldn't prefer ;) but again it's left to thier discretion i.e environment and architecture
cygwin log daemons...havn't tried this but will definitely visit this ...ty Trey!
Thanks and Regards!