On the ProxySG, how can I confirm the last Access Log uploading time, and the upload result?

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Article ID: 166741

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ProxySG Software - SGOS

Issue/Introduction

 I'm making a script to check the last Access Log uploading date/time and the upload result. The Event Log is not a right place to look, because it can be rotated.

Resolution

The "show access-log statistics <log filename>" CLI command will show the last upload attempt details (date, time and result).

ProxySG> show access-log statistics main

Statistics:
Access Log (main) Statistics:
Log Manager Version 3
Log entry lifetime counter:     5331
System Status:
  Log manager:                  enabled and running
  Upload client:                not connected
  Log writer:                   idle
  Log reader:                   idle
Log Information:
  Current log size:             378312 bytes
  Early upload threshold:       16000 MB
  Maximum log size:             20000 MB
  Max size policy:              stop logging
  Bytes in write buffer :       0
  Tail sockets in use :         0
  Modified time:                2014-06-23 19:31:29-00:00UTC
Next Upload:
  Client type:                  ftp
  Next attempt:                 42797 seconds
  Connect type:                 daily upload
  Connect reason:               regular upload
  Retrying, failure count:      11337
  Estimated upload size:
    compressed:                 378312 bytes
    uncompressed:               2595341 bytes
  Upload format:                gzip
Last Upload Attempt:
  Time:                         2014-06-24 13:44:40-00:00UTC
  Maximum bandwidth:            0.00 KB/sec
  Result:                       failure
Current/Last Upload File:
  Remote filename:              SG_main__1780610020000.log.gz
  Remote size:                  0 bytes
 
By running the "show access-log" CLI command without options, you can confirm if Access logging is enabled.
 
# show access-log
Configuration:
  Access logging is enabled
  Allow access log to grow to 20000 megabytes
  If maximum log size is reached, stop access logging.
  Start an early upload when log reaches 16000 megabytes