If there is a communication error between ProxySG and FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server, the access log gets accumulated on disk until it reaches 20GB. The default behavior of SG is to stop logging if the sum of all log sizes reaches 20GB. To resume the access-log upload, check the following:
- Verify the ProxySG Upload client configuration
- Goto Configuration -> Access Logging -> Logs -> Upload Client and ensure FTP service and accounts are correctly configured. Use the "Test Upload" button to verify the connectivity between SG and remote server.
- Check the maximum size of each remote file setting
- If under Statistics > Access Logging > Upload Status, the upload client shows as disabled, it could be because the logs have rotated to a size larger than what is permitted to upload. The settings for maximum file size are found under Configuration > Access Logging > Logs > General Settings.
- Look under /Accesslog/directory for the log in question. By clicking on the log in question, you can see all the rotated files, and the size, listed in bytes. Find the largest file, and make sure the setting under maximum file size is larger than than.
- Check the access log size on ProxySG
- Goto Statistics -> Access Logging -> Log Size. If the logging has stopped due to disk full, you will see the highlighted message.
To reinitialize access logging after it has exceeded its disk capacity:
- Go to https://appliance_ip_address:8082/Accesslog/directory/ and download the logs to back up the data.
- Go to the CLI (Command line interface) and delete the log files.
- For example, to delete the log files listed under "Main" use the following CLI commands:
- #(config access-log)edit log main
- #(config log main)commands delete-logs
- Go to Configuration > Access Logging > General and uncheck Enable Access Logging and click Apply.
- Click on Enable Access Logging and click Apply.
- Go to Configuration > Access Logging > Logs > Upload Client and click Test Upload.
- Go to the event log and verify that the access log uploaded successfully.