tsamuel0905
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User audit log information missing

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Hi All,

Recently I uninstalled and reinstalled NMC packages in Networker server. From that day i can see user audit long in NMC.

Did renaming or moving rap.log files made this changes or else anything I need to do to retrieve old logs via NMC user audit.

Please advise asap.

Advance Thanks,

Samuel Thomas

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ble1
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Re: User audit log information missing

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- Start recover

- Go to /nsr

- do versions logs

- select time via changetime for time before log folder was wiped

- cd  logs

- ls -la

- you should see old(er) rap log(s)

- select them

- restore them

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Re: User audit log information missing

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Samuel

The rap.log file is unconnected to the NMC.  It is enabled within the resource for the Networker server.  If your installation was a clean one (i.e. not using old configuration) the rap.log file is disabled by default and you need to set it in the Setup tab of the NSR server configuration.

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tsamuel0905
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Re: User audit log information missing

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Thanks David.

I enabled rap.log and now i able to view audit logs. But the problem was I can see logs only after reinstalled date. Not previous days log... Anyway to retrieve previous days log?

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ble1
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Re: User audit log information missing

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Sound like your reinstall wiped it.  You can restore it probably from backup (if you have one).

tsamuel0905
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Re: User audit log information missing

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Could you or someone please help me to restore those logs.. I am not familiar with this.. facing this issue first time..

Advance Thanks..

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ble1
5 Iridium

Re: User audit log information missing

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- Start recover

- Go to /nsr

- do versions logs

- select time via changetime for time before log folder was wiped

- cd  logs

- ls -la

- you should see old(er) rap log(s)

- select them

- restore them

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