NA - Syslog.csv to store at log folder

Idea ID 2811871

NA - Syslog.csv to store at log folder

The PDU of Syslog as per rfc5425 is limited to 2048 bytes (All transport receiver  implementations SHOULD be able to accept messages of up to and including 2048 octets in length.  Transport receivers MAY receive messages larger than 2048 octets in length). Those message which are generated by NA may not fit in some frequent cases now, when that is a list of parameters inside. I suggest writing all PDUs as CSV file with all Syslog messages it sends out. That is similar way as NNMi writes down all traps to /log/nnm/incidents.csv. Probably, it may be a log format as well. The purpose of that new feature is to enable external integration, such as log analyzer Splunk to use the file as a source.

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Needs Clarification

Dear Submitter,

Can you please add some more context to it? NA does not generate Syslog messages for other tools to consume and hence the request is not clear.

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Dear Submitter,

Please provide the required information at the earliest so we can take this idea forward.

Regards,

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Declined

Dear Submitter,
Sorry to inform you that this idea has been declined due to insufficient details. If you want to pursue this further, please open a new idea with more details and maybe examples.

Regards,

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