Audit Log provides information about the CFA system events.
This information includes the following event details:
|Date||Date and time of the event|
|User||Name of the user, who raised the event|
|Event||Type of the event|
|Client IP||IP address of the client, from which the event was raised|
|Result||Result of the event (Succeeded/Failed)|
|Details||Further relevant information about the event|
Audit Log records the following events:
- Sign In
- Sign Out
- Power on VM
- Shutdown VM
- Boot VM
- Reboot VM
- Wake up VM
- Unplug VM
- Reset VM
- Delete VM
- SSH Connect
- SSH Disconnect
- Delete Job
- Delete Client
To filter events, click Filters in the upper right part, and specify one or more of the following options:
Date, to show events within the given date rangeinfoIf you specify only Start Date, it will show events, which occurred on this date only. If you specify only End Date, it will show all events, which occurred before and on this date.
- User, to show events raised by a given user
Event, to show events of a given typeinfoInput text is case-sensitive.
- Result, to show events with a given result
To disable filters, click Clear in the upper right part.
To sort events in ascending or descending order, click the name of a column with the desired parameter.
Displays details about the backup kernel version. The tab also shows when the backup daemons were last started and how many jobs have run since then.
Restart Backup Service can be helpful if the backups seem to be locked up or frozen. Keep in mind that this will cause all running, importing, and deduping jobs to stop. If you select this option, you will be prompted to continue.
Use this page to specify when disk space and disk temperature notifications are sent.
|From Address||(Required) Displayed in the From section when an email notification is sent|
|Send Email To||Email to receive notifications. Can include multiple emails separated by comma|
|Prepend To Subject||Text entered in this field will be added to the front of the subject line of emails sent by the CFA|
|Email Server||Email server to be used to send notifications. By default, |
|Email Server User Name||Email user account name on the email server (if |
|Password for Email Server||Password for the email user account (if |
To save the configuration, either:
- click Submit, or
- click Send test E-mail that also sends a test email using the saved configuration.
|Port||Port used on the SNMP management console. Default is |
|Community||Community string. Default is |
After SNMP is configured, it will be possible to use the following SNMP protocol data units (PDU) in order to manage your CFA:
Use this screen to specify the alerts that will be sent as notification emails.
Alerts are divided into several groups, which cover the following:
|Alert name||Alert description|
|User Login Notifications|
|Daily Audit Summary|
|RAID Alarm||Sent when an alert is show in the alarm list in System > RAID Configuration|
|Disk Over Temp|
|Disk Storage Utilization|
|System Settings Changed|
|Replication Failure||Sent whenever a replication failure occurs|
|Replication Summary Report||Summary of replication progress|
|Job Successful||Sent whenever a backup or restore job completes successfully|
|Weekly Job Summary||Summary of all backup and restore jobs during the previous week. Sent on Sunday morning|
|Lack of Job Progress||Sent when a job has been running for some time without sending any data or visiting new files|
|Media Request||Sent when the archive drive needs a new (empty) disk|
|Archive Completion||Sent whenever an archive is completed|
|VM Auto Register Report|
|Daily Appliance Report||List of all jobs completed during the day and whether they were successful|
|Job Failed||Sent whenever a backup or restore job fails|