We upgraded out AsyncOS from 6.3.3 to 7.1.3 and now we are encountering log transfer issues with 2 out of 3 WSA's. Also the log rotation is set at 3GB but is rotating at 1GB. Anyone have any suggestions?
FIrst look at your log subscriptions for the access logs. Log into the GUI -> System Administration -> Log Subscriptions -> Access Logs highlighted in blue on the left side of the window. Check that your configuration is set to your needs. Next we need to review what is taking place when SCP tries to send the logs to the destination by reviewing the System Logs also located within the log subscriptions. Is the destination a Windows or Linux device ? If it is a Linux device you may also want to look into var/log/secure for the log information there as well.
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