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About the WFA access log

shuhei
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I have a question about the log of WFA5.1.1 that I am using on Windows Server.
I have checked the following folders and there appears to be no Audit log.
(Something like ONTAP's auditlog).

C:\Program Files\NetApp\WFA\jboss\standalone\log

When I run the Rest API from a remote client.
I would like to know which log the IP and login of the accessor will remain in.
If there is no file, what method do you use to keep the log?

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shuhei
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Thanks for the information.
What I want to know is not so much about the terms and conditions of using the script, but whether there is a way to know the IP of the accessor from the log file in the following cases.

 

exp)
When I access WFA remotely with a web browser and run the REST API(https://<WFA IP>/rest/docs/), does WFA get an Access Log by default, such as from which IP the user logged in to WFA in the first place and what operations were performed?

cruxrealm
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Its been awhile since we used WFA (its EOL).   I think you are looking for the apache log.  Try, finding the apache directory under:   C:\Program Files\NetApp\WFA\jboss\*

shuhei
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Thanks for the information.
I will probably use WFA until 2024, as my customer plans to use it until just before support expires.

There are various logs in the specified directory, but I didn't find anything with the access source IP.

So I checked the standalone.xml and standalone-full.xml configuration files and changed the value of audit-log to true.
(Configuration file in C:\Program Files\NetApp\WFA\jboss\standalone\configuration)

The audit file has been created, but I can't find any information such as IP access source, so I am still looking for information.


For reference, edit the following to create the audit-log.

--------------------------------------------
<audit-log>
<formatters>
<json-formatter name="json-formatter"/>
</formatters>
<handlers>
<file-handler name="file" formatter="json-formatter" path="audit-log.log" relative-to="jboss.server.log.dir"/>
</handlers>
<logger log-boot="true" log-read-only="false" enabled="true">
<handlers>
<handler name="file"/>
</handlers>
</logger>
</audit-log>
--------------------------------------------

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