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Enterprise manager - advanced Options - syslogserverity

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Hello,
I've changed the parameter syslogserverity in advanced Options in Enterprise manager.
I've set it at "Error". In spite of this change I receive also the the informations alert

thank you for an answer
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Re: Enterprise manager - advanced Options - syslogserverity

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Hi Bruno, did you restart the Collector services after making this change?
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Re: Enterprise manager - advanced Options - syslogserverity

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Hello,
yes, the collector services was restarted
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Re: Enterprise manager - advanced Options - syslogserverity

Post by Alec King »

Thanks Bruno - I'd advise you open a case with our Support, we probably need to dive into the logs.

Also note - you could edit the syslog.conf file on the ESX hosts, so that they only send Error (and above) severity. Of course you need to visit every ESX host to do that, but it would filter on the host side (and also reduce network traffic, and Collector load)

But anyway this filtering should work on the Enterprise Manager. Please open a support case, and we will investigate. Thanks!

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