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Display logfiles in cluster setup (HTTPS UI)

Hi all

In my standalone setup, I can display and download logfiles in HTTPS-Webgui under "Log Subscriptions" -> "Log Files".

But in a cluster setup, I can't see the column "Log Files" under "Log Subscriptions". How can I access the files?

Thanks!

Christoph

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Display logfiles in cluster setup (HTTPS UI)

Hi Christoph,

try changing to machine mode to access the files.

Best regards,

Enrico

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Cisco Employee

Display logfiles in cluster setup (HTTPS UI)

Hi Christoph,

try changing to machine mode to access the files.

Best regards,

Enrico

Display logfiles in cluster setup (HTTPS UI)

Hello Christoph,

viewing individual logfiles on the GUI is notavailable for appliances in a cluster. You can still access them via your browser by using:

ftp://appliancename.local

as URL, where "appliancename.local" is the hostname or IP.  This will prompt you for an username and password, you can use your normal admin credentials. Also possible:

ftp://admin@appliancename.local

ftp://admin:password@appliancename.local

If you want to include username (and password)

Hope that helps,

Andreas

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Re: Display logfiles in cluster setup (HTTPS UI)

Hi Enrico and Andreas

Thanks for your replies!

Using FTP is not an option since cleartext protocols are not allowed in our company...

But redefining the Log Subscriptions in machine mode solved my problem :-)

Happy Holidays!

Christoph

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