Select Dashboard > Configuration.
In the Type field, select Syslog.
Type a name for the notification rule.
Under Syslog settings, click Enable to enable the rule.
Configure the settings for the notification rule.
Specify a severity filter for the notification rule.
Syslog notification rule settings
When you create a syslog notification rule, the system sends log messages to your syslog server for each applicable system event.
- Enable: Turns on syslog notifications
- Host: The hostname or IP address of the syslog server
- Port: The port on which the syslog server listens for log messages
- Facility: Category for the messages sent by this notification rule
You use the syslog notification message settings to configure a template for formatting all syslog notifications sent by this notification rule.
- Message: The message to send. You can use these variables as part of the message:
Variable Description $severity Event severity: INFO, WARNING, or SEVERITY $subject A short description of the event $message Event message text $time Time at which the event occurred $userName Name of the user responsible for the event $subsystem Category for the component affected by the event $objectId Unique identifier for component affected by the event $objectType The type of the component affected by the event. $objectSourceId Unique identifier of the internal system component or process that was the source of the event. Value is [unknown] for most events. $objectSourceType Type of the internal system component or process that was the source of the event. Value is [unknown] for most events.
- Sender Identity: Identity of the sender for the event. Sent with every syslog message.
The event severity level to use when triggering syslog notifications. Can be one or more of the following: INFO, WARNING, or SEVERITY.
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