How do I configure an FTP server for uploading CacheFlow access logs?
Last Updated May 13, 2017
CacheFlow can maintain an access log for each HTTP request and store the log in one of three formats (common, Squid-compatible, and custom). You can use a variety of reporting utilities to read these formats.
To upload CacheFlow access logs to an FTP server, go to the CLI root configure menu and type:
This changes the prompt to:
Then, enable the FTP client type and specify the FTP server for uploads.
CF_Name #config terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CTRL-Z.
CF_Name#(config access-log) ?
create Create an access log or format
cancel-upload Cancel all pending access log uploads
delete Delete an access log or format
diagnostic-upload Configure automatic uploads of the diagnostic log to Blue Coat
disable Disable access-logging
early-upload Set log size in MB which triggers an early upload
edit Edit an access log or format
enable Enable access-logging
exit Return to (config) prompt
max-log-size Set maximum size in MB that logs can grow to
overflow-policy Set what to do when maximum log size is reached