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Log Files for Solaris, Linux and HPUX

  • 1.  Log Files for Solaris, Linux and HPUX

    Posted 24 days ago
    Good Morning,
    Imperva installation default installation is /opt/imperva. I understand that the binaries sit under the directory. But the logs files should not sit there in my opinion. I want to leave the default /opt/imperva, but I don't want the logs to be stored there. Can I have the logs moved to another area (Ex. /var/logs) instead of leaving them under /opt/imperva?
    #Advanced Bot Protection
    #API Security
    #Account Take Over
    #Attack Analytics
    #Cloud WAF (formerly Incapsula)
    #Cloud Data Security
    #Content Delivery Network
    #DatabaseActivityMonitoring
    #Data Masking (formerly Camouflage)
    #Data Risk Analytics (formerly CounterBreach)
    #DDoS Protection for Networks
    #DDoS Protection for Websites
    #Imperva Agent
    #Load Balancer
    #On-PremisesWAF(formerlySecuresphere)
    #RASP
    #zOS Agent
    #All Imperva

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    Tyrone Billups
    Ally Financial
    Charlotte NC
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  • 2.  RE: Log Files for Solaris, Linux and HPUX

    Imperva Employee
    Posted 24 days ago
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    Hi Tyrone,

    Yes, the file and log location may be changed in the agent advance settings or set during the install.
    Change log settings after agent install: https://www.imperva.com/sign_in.asp?retURL=/articles/Procedure/How-to-change-the-default-directory-for-agent-logs-and-data-queue-files

    Script install: https://docs.imperva.com/bundle/v14.1-administration-guide/page/7400.htm


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    Scott Morgan
    Impreva
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