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arcserve-KB : Configuring Log setting based on Severity Module.

Last Update: 2016-11-23 16:49:22 UTC


Last Modified Date:    09/07/2011
Document ID:    TEC550787
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Title:  Configuring Log setting based on Severity Module.


The View Log contains comprehensive information about all the operations performed by your application. The log provides an audit trail of every job that is run (with the most recent activities listed first) and can be helpful in troubleshooting any problems that may occur.


To view CA ARCserve Central Host-Based VM Backup logs

  1. From the home page, click View Logs in the navigation bar. 
    The View Logs screen appears. 
  2. From the drop-down lists, specify log information that you want to view. 
    • Severity -- Lets you specify the severity of the log that you want to view. You can specify the following severity options:
      • All -- Lets you view all logs, regardless of the severity.
      • Information -- Lets you view only logs that describe general information.
      • Errors -- Lets you view only logs that describe severe errors that occurred.
      • Warnings -- Lets you view only logs that describe warming errors that occurred.
      • Errors and Warnings -- Lets you view only severe errors and warning errors that occurred. 
    • Module -- Lets you specify the module for which you want to view logs. You can specify the following module options:
      • All -- Lets you view logs about all application components.
      • Common -- Lets you view logs about common processes.
      • Import Nodes from Auto Discovery -- Lets you view logs on nodes that were imported only from Auto Discovery.
      • Import Nodes from Hypervisor -- Lets you view logs on nodes that were imported only from Hypervisor.
      • Policy Management -- Lets you view only logs about managing policies.
      • Updates -- Lets you view only logs about updating the application. 
    • Node Name -- Lets you view only logs for a specific node. 
      Note : This field supports the wildcard '*' and '?'. For example, enter 'lod*' to return all activity logs for the machine name that begins with 'lod'. 
    Note: The Severity, Module, and Node Name options can be applied collectively. For example, you can view Errors (severity) that relate to Updates (Module) for Node X (Node Name). 
    The logs display based on the view options specified. 
    Note: The displayed Time in the log is based on the time zone of your application's database server.



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