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Kiwi Web Access file storage

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Created by Richard Casey, last modified by Richard Casey on Sep 13, 2016

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Updated July 21, 2016


This article provides brie information on the Kiwi Web Access using a separate file storage from the Syslog Manager application.



All Kiwi Syslog versions


The Kiwi Syslog Web Access writes the files to MSAccess database files (Event.sdf) and as such the maximum storage available is 4 GB, this storage is searchable with the Web Access application.


The Syslog manager writes files to text files (default) or a separate ODBC database, these cannot be searched with either the Manager or Web Access application.


The Kiwi WebAccess has 2 methods of controlling the syslog data, in the Web Access console select the Admin tab and the Database Maintenance  can be controlled by the Maximum Database Size (Default) to a maximum of 4096 MB or by maximum Event age.



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