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    Log File Destination

    WebApp Secure keeps its log files in the /var/log/mws directory. You can change the destination to a remote server for each log file type by clicking the Log Destinations link at the top of the Configuration > Logging window.

    In the Log Destinations window, you can set the following:

    • Log Access Locally: True or False. If you select False, click the Add button beside Access at the bottom of the window to add the Server IP and Port for the destination of the log file. Click Test Server Connection to ensure the remote server can be reached.
    • Log Security Locally: True or False. If you select False, click the Add button beside Security at the bottom of the window to add the Server IP and Port for the destination of the log file. Click Test Server Connection to ensure the remote server can be reached.
    • Log Audit Locally: True or False. If you select False, click the Add button beside Audit at the bottom of the window to add the Server IP and Port for the destination of the log file. Click Test Server Connection to ensure the remote server can be reached.
    • Log Default Locally: True or False. If you select False, click the Add button beside Default (Fallback) at the bottom of the window to add the Server IP and Port for the destination of the log file. Click Test Server Connection to ensure the remote server can be reached.
     

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    Published: 2014-06-27