The log messages can be contained in the logging categories as described in this topic, or they can be contained in the logging subcategories. You can configure each logging subcategory separately, and its configuration does not affect the parent category.
In the ACS web interface, choose System Administration > Configuration > Logging Categories > Global to view the hierarchical structure of the logging categories and subcategories. In the web interface, choose Monitoring and Reports > Catalog to run reports based on your configured logging categories.
Each log message contains the following information:
•Event code—A unique message code.
•Logging category—Identifies the category to which a log message belongs.
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