KVM Server Log
This Server Log Page keeps a detailed record of events, beginning from each restart, of each user’s login, port switching actions, and video modes therewith. It also records each login attempt and the IP address from which the login attempt has originated, even the attempt is not successful. Also it will show certain technical details such as the compression ratio, encoding scheme and bytes transmitted in each successful viewer session. This is the place where you should go check first if you want to know the usage/health conditions of your .
Enable Log: check this option to enable the logging of server events.
If you choose not to enable this option, no logging will be done.
Print Statistics: If you need to know more about the server statistics such as the compression ratio, bytes transmitted, rectangles drawn, frame buffer updates, and key events received, etc., you can check this option so that you can have quantified data for the profile of each session. To record the statistics of the video server and port switching activity by remote users, you should check this option to print statistics to the server log file.
Each log entry is preceded by date code, time stamp and then the description of the specific log event. You can check here for the IP address that is assumed by the login user when they made the login attempt, and you can also check the statistics of each session as a useful reference for the quantified data of each viewer connection. Note that the log file is of a definite size, older log entries will be erased when the log file has reached it’s maximum size while newer logging events keep coming in.
Click the Refresh button to refresh the screen output of the log file. Since newer server log events may have happened and being logged to the database after your previous access of this server log page, you need to click the Refresh button to reload the log messages.
Click the Clear button to erase the log file contents in the database.
Note: The server log is erased each time you perform a complete reboot remotely by hitting the Reboot button in the Maintenance/Reboot page or when suffers a power loss.
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