Configure the Access Log for HTTPS Requests

Add a server configuration to view HTTP/HTTPS requests.
To effectively manage a web server, you need to get feedback about the activity, performance and problems that may occur. In the log server you can view HTTP/HTTPS requests, such as URLs, IP addresses, playbook searches, automation searches ,etc.
The format is Apache’s Combined Log Format. For more information, see https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/logs.html.
  1. Select
    Settings
    ABOUT
    Troubleshooting
    Add Server Configuration
    .
  2. To enable the logs, add the following key and value:
    Key
    Value
    http.access.log.enabled
    true
    All the HTTP requests to the server are logged in the
    access_log
    file.
  3. (
    Optional
    ) You can configure the log file through the following configurations:
    Key
    Description
    http.access.log.enabled
    Enables or disables the log. Default is
    false
    .
    log.accesslog.filename
    The filename of the log. Default is
    access_log
    .
    log.accesslog.rolling.maxfilesize
    The maximum number of megabytes when a new file is created. Default is
    10
    .
    log.accesslog.rolling.backups
    The number of backups. Default is
    3
    .
    log.accesslog.rolling.maxage
    The number of days to preserve the log file. Default is
    0
    .

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