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Old 02-20-2017, 01:21 PM
dargiro dargiro is offline
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Log File Format

Hello jrw,

Some general information can be found here regarding the W3C fields:

http://www.w3.org/TR/WD-logfile.html

Here is a quick description of how they are used by VShell and VShell FTPS:

x-source:
Name of the service that is generating the log (VSHELLSSH2 or VSHELLFTPS)

x-topic:
Type of message being logged: Error (err), Warning (warn), Informational (info), Connection (conn), Authentication (auth), SFTP (sftp), Port Forward (fwd), Debug (dbg), LSA (lsa), FTPS (ftps)

x-session:
Session ID of the connection that the message applies to

c-ip:
IP address of the client

c-port:
port of the client

cs-username:
Username sent from the client

cs-method:
Used by VShell FTPS only. Specifies the command sent by the client

uri-stem:
File or folder path of the current file transfer operation

sc-status:
Status code sent to the client for the last operation

cs-bytes:
Total bytes sent from the client to the server (uploads)

sc-bytes:
Total bytes sent from the server to the client (typically downloads, but
could also be an FTP directory listing)

bytes:
Total bytes sent

s-ip:
IP address of the server

s-port:
Port of the server

x-message:
Specific log message
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