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PageGate Logging Introduction Video Tutorial

PageGate Logging Introduction

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PageGate Logging Introduction Transcript for Video:
Welcome to the tutorial on how to configure the Logging options in the PageGate Admin.

The first step is to run the PageGate Admin, so go to your start menu, go to Programs, find the PageGate program group, and left click on PageGate Admin.

Once in the admin, left click on the + next to the Logging section and left click on settings.

In the logging settings, you'll see the following options.

If log to disk is checked, the program will write the log files to the hard drive. If this is unchecked, PageGate will not log anything.

Below that, we have Logging Level. More often than not, you want to leave this on Debug, which is the most detailed logging type. If you want, though, you can have PageGate write the Detailed log or keep only a brief summary of information in its logs.

Next we have Archive Logs.

If this is enabled, PageGate will not purge old data from the logs. Instead, every night at midnight, during the nightly cleanup routine, it will create a sub-directory that matches the day's date, then move all of the old logs into that directory for archival.

Below that we have Max Log Length. This is the maximum number of characters any one given log should store before purging out old data.

Next we have Use PG Monitor.

If this is checked, the program will post information to the PageGate Monitor for review. This is highly recommended as the PageGate Monitor is a good way to keep track of what PageGate is doing.

Below that, we have the PG Monitor port. By default, this is the custom port of 10101. This should only be changed if you have a specific port that the monitor must use.

Below that, you'll see the Monitor host slots. Host0 is the local computer and can never be changed.

However, you can install the 'additional' monitor on up to three different workstations.

Then, enter the machine name or IP address of the workstation or workstations in the Host1, 2, or 3 slot to have PageGate broadcast the monitoring information to those workstations.

Once you've set your preferences, left click on Apply.

This concludes the tutorial on how to configure the Logging options in the PageGate Admin. For more tutorials, including how to configure the PageGate server to send SMS messages to mobile devices, please visit our website, www.notepage.net

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