ERA 4 and Logging - syslog

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  1. aluminex

    aluminex Registered Member

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    We are required for PCI to keep all logs for at least 12 months. This includes event logs, scan logs, etc...

    I keep getting the message "The amount of disk space used by the storage folder has exceeded the amount specified in configuration" and I cannot find an amount that is specified anywhere.

    I would like to actually be able to dump scan and event logs into a syslog server and only keep around 3 months in my storage folder. Is this possible?
     
  2. DrewD

    DrewD Eset Staff Account

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    You will receive a message when the available storage on the volume that ESET RA is installed on, is 5 % or less, (by default).

    You can try to create more available space on this volume.

    You can also uninstall EST RA, and then reinstall ERA to a different volume.

    You can adjust the threshold that triggers this warning, (* Not Recommended):

    Open ESET RA Console > Click Tools > Server Options > Advanced > Edit Advanced Settings… > ESET Remote Administrator > ERA Server > Setup > Advanced > Maximum disk space usage (percent)

    You can move the ESET RA Storage folder location, (* Not Recommended):

    Open ESET RA Console > Click Tools > Server Options > Advanced > Edit Advanced Settings… > ESET Remote Administrator > ERA Server > Setup > General > Storage folder

    You can enable Logging to the OS application log:

    Open ESET RA Console > Click Tools > Server Options > Logging > Log to OS application log

    You can enable logging to the syslog:

    Open ESET RA Console > Click Tools > Server Options > Logging > Log to syslog

    You can edit how long log files are kept:

    Open ESET RA Console > Click Tools > Server Options > Server Maintenance >
     
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