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To enable syslog on a ESX host you need to modify the /etc/syslog.conf by adding the record like this:
ftp.crit @[collector IP],
where ftp.crit and kern.*- type of errors.
For ESXi you should use VI client.
please refer our MP Operations guide (http://www.veeam.com/files/guide/nworks ... _guide.pdf)
section "APPENDIX B. SYSLOG AND COS FILE SYSTEM USAGE MONITORING" for information how to enable syslog in nworks.
also refer syslog.conf manual to get list of possible errors.
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If you really want to forward EVERYTHING, then you would use
*.* [collector IP]
and replace [collector IP] with the IP address of your Collector.
However I would be careful when forwarding ALL Syslog messages - Syslog can be very verbose. You could get hundreds or even thousands of events forwarded. Are you sure you want to see absolutely everything that syslog generates?
And can I ask why you want to see Syslog messages at all? The messages we get from our default VMware API connection are generally much more useful and informative.....
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