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Syslog Collector

I was reading a previous topic regarding to the similar issue I am experiencing currently I have a Syslog Collector status is up and running. But my on the Server my sysloganalyzer.log is completely empty. But my syslog.log continue to grows everyday, so my question is if I am able to run report within RME via the Report Generator and successfully run them should I be worried about the Sysloganalyzer.log being 0kb?

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Cisco Employee

Re: Syslog Collector

The SyslogAnalyzer.log should typically be empty on Windows. This is the stdout/stderr log for the SyslogAnalyzer daemon. Debugging output is written to AanlyzerDebug.log. It sounds like everything is working properly, and you have nothing to worry about.

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Re: Syslog Collector

Hi,

I expirenced the same. You probarly are logging to another file :)

BR,

Bjornarsb

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Re: Syslog Collector

How would I go about getting that information....should it be logging to the syslog.log by default? Thats the only file I see that grows continously....

Cisco Employee

Re: Syslog Collector

The SyslogAnalyzer.log should typically be empty on Windows. This is the stdout/stderr log for the SyslogAnalyzer daemon. Debugging output is written to AanlyzerDebug.log. It sounds like everything is working properly, and you have nothing to worry about.

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