Search and view server log contents

Use the following procedure to search and view server log content.

  1. Select Operations > Server Log.
  2. The Server Log page is displayed.
  3. In the Search pane, specify search criteria.
    1. In the Time Interval drop-down list, select the time frame of the log entries to display. Choose from the following:
      • Last Hour (default)
      • Last 4 Hours
      • Last 8 Hours
      • Last 12 Hours
      • Last 24 Hours
      • Last 48 Hours
      • Last 1 Week
      • Last 2 Weeks
      • Specific Date/Time Range – Displays field that you use to specify the range
    2. (Optional) In the Account or Login field, type the name of the account or login associated with the log entries to display.
    3. (Optional) In the Thread field, type the name of the thread associated with the log entries for to display.
    4. (Optional) Under Level, select the levels of the log entries to display. Choose from the following:
      • TRACE
      • DEBUG
      • INFO
      • NOTICE
      • WARN
      • ERROR
      • FATAL
    5. (Optional) Under Component, Select the SecureTransport Server component associated with the log entries to display. Choose from the following:
      • TM
      • AS2D
      • SSHD
      • Socks
      • ADMIN
      • AUDIT
      • FTPD
      • HTTPD
      • PESITD
    6. (Optional) In a clustered deployment, select the Cluster Node associated with the log entries to display. The nodes shown are those listed on the Cluster Management page. To select more than one node, click Select Multiple and selected the nodes from the list.
  4. (Optional) Click Advanced Search to display more fields and specify the following:
    1. (Optional) Using the ST Activity check boxes, specify whether to display inbound or outbound SecureTransport activity.
    2. (Optional) In the Message field, type a string contained in the messages to display.
    3. (Optional) Use a link in the Session ID column to copy a session identifier into the Session ID field.
    4. (Optional) Use a link in the Transfer ID column to copy a session identifier into the Transfer ID field.
    5. (Optional) In the Client IP address field, type a string contained in the host name or IP address of the client associated with the transfer when the message to display was generated.
    6. (Optional) In the Edge IP address field, type a string contained in the host name or IP address of the SecureTransport Edge associated with the transfer when the messages to display was generated.
    7. (Optional) In the Server IP address field, type a string contained in the host name or IP address of the SecureTransport Server associated with the transfer when the messages to display was generated.
  5. Click GO.
  6. The filtered log is displayed.
  7. Each log entry includes a time stamp, the log level, the names of the component and thread that logged the entry, the node IP address for a node in a cluster, the log message, and session and transfer identifiers.
Note In some cases, the type of a new application reported in the log message is a different form of the type you selected when you created the application.

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