For troubleshooting in the product UI, you can send the logs to an external log server or a vRealize Log Insight server.
If you have configured log forwarding from vRealize Operations, VMware recommends that you reconfigure in this version of vRealize Operations.in earlier versions of
Where You Find the Log Forwarding Page
In the left menu, select.
|Self-monitoring logging configuration
|Forwards the logs to an external log server.
|You can select the set of logs you want to forward to the external log server or the vRealize Log Insight server.
|Log Insight Servers
|You can select an available vRealize Log Insight server IP.
If there is no available vRealize Log Insight server IP, select Other from the drop-down menu and manually enter the configuration details.
|IP address of the external log server where logs have to be forwarded.
|You can select either cfapi or syslog from the drop-down menu to send event logging messages.
|The default port value depends on whether or not SSL has been set up for each protocol. The following are the possible default port values:
|Allows the vRealize Log Insight agent to send data securely.
|Path to Certificate Authority File
|You can enter the path to the trusted root certificates bundle file. If you do not enter a certificate path, the vRealize Log Insight Windows agent uses system root certificates and the vRealize Log Insight Linux agent attempts to load trusted certificates from /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt or /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt.
|Displays the name of the cluster. You can edit this field.