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Enabling the rsyslog function in Smart Protection Server (SPS) 3.2

    • Updated:
    • 11 Jul 2017
    • Product/Version:
    • Smart Protection Server 3.2
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Summary

This article shows you how to configure the Standalone SPS 3.2 to send logs to the remote log server.

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  1. Logon to the SPS 3.2 terminal.
  2. Execute the following command to edit rsylog.conf:

    vi /etc/rsyslog.conf

  3. Go to the bottom of rsyslog and find this line:

    #*.* @@remote-host:514

  4. Add a new line with specified log server information (e.g.* @192.168.1.1:514). This means to send the logs to remote server 168.1.1, via UDP 514 port, for more details, refer to RedHat online document.
  5. Save and exit.
  6. Restart the rsyslog service using the following command:

    service rsyslog restart

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Solution Id:
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