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The Who, Where and When information is very important for an administrator to have complete knowledge of all activities that occur on his Active Directory. This helps him identify any desired / undesired activity happening. ADAudit Plus assists an administrator with this information in the form of reports. In real-time, ensure critical resources in the network like the Domain Controllers are audited, monitored and reported with the entire information on AD objects - Users, Groups, GPO, Computer, OU, DNS, AD Schema and Configuration changes with 200+ detailed event specific GUI reports and email alerts.

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How to check logs in netapp cluster mode?

Login to your cluster system and execute the following command:

<Nodename→::→event log show

  • By default, the command displays EMERGENCY, ALERT and ERROR severity level events with the following information, with the most recent events listed first:
    • The time at which the event occurred.
    • The node in which the event occurred.
    • The severity of the event.
    • The event's message.
  • To display detailed information about the events, use one or more of the optional parameters that affect how the command output is displayed and the amount of detail that is included. For example, to display all the details of the event, use the -detail parameter.
  • To display NOTICE, INFORMATIONAL or DEBUG severity level events, use the -severity parameter.

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