A record of LanSafe events, such as power outages, low battery indications, hardware self-test results, communication failures, and preventive maintenance reminders. Log data is also used to display the History view, therefore, it is recommended that the event log be maintained for at least one year. The period of time that event log data is maintained is set in Logging Settings.
a file that contains events, which are entries to the log that notify the user of some occurrence relating to the operating system or applications running on the system
A page in the VMware Management Interface that displays the most recent actions or events recorded in a virtual machine.
A permanent repository of system data that holds recorded notifications of system events that occurred over time while the system was active and servicing requests.
A record of NT security, application, and system events.
A log that contains information about events for a particular system or group, for a particular metric, or for all the events that are associated with a specific monitor.
Many of the higher end control panels have an event log built into them as standard. This is used to record all system movements on a rotation basis. The panel used will determine the log size. It tends to be insurance companies who specify specific sizes, but only on commercial applications.
The file in which event logging entries are recorded.
Documents the details of an outage. It should be used to review the adequacy of existing controls and identify areas for improvement.
A complete or partial record of events.
A log file that contains OracleAS Web Cache event and error information. The event log has a file name of error_log and is stored in $ORACLE_HOME/webcache/logs on UNIX and ORACLE_HOME\webcache\logs on Windows.
A permanent repository of system data that holds recorded notifications of system events that occur over time as system is active and servicing requests.
Windows system log files there are 3 types Application, System and Security Show related articles