Syslog Output Object (Send-Syslog Cmdlet)

Created whenever a system log packet is sent.

Syntax

Object Syslog {
   string Server;
   string Facility;
   string Severity;
   string Message;
}

Remarks

System log packets are composed of three main sections, each of which can be broken down into two smaller pieces.

The first section is the PRI, which contains the originating FacilityCode and SeverityCode of the Message. FacilityCode is a value from 0 to 23, with each value being a different part of the system. Facility is a string representation of FacilityCode based on the following convention:

0Kernel messages
1User-level messages
2Mail system
3System daemons
4Security/authorization messages
5Messages generated internally by syslogd
6Line printer subsystem
7Network news subsystem
8UUCP subsystem
9Clock daemon
10Security/authorization messages
11FTP daemon
12NTP subsystem
13Log audit
14Log alert
15Clock daemon
16Local use
17Local use
18Local use
19Local use
20Local use
21Local use
22Local use
23Local use

SeverityCode is a value from 0 to 7. Severity is a string representation of SeverityCode using the following convention:

0Emergency - the system is unusable.
1Alert - action must be taken immediately.
2Critical - critical conditions exist.
3Error - error conditions exist.
4Warning - warning conditions exist.
5Notice - normal but significant condition.
6Informational - informative message.
7Debug - debug-level messages.

The second section contains the Timestamp and Server. Timestamp is ignored, but Server indicates the host which generated this syslog packet.

 
 
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Copyright (c) 2021 /n software inc. - All rights reserved.
NetCmdlets 2020 - Version 20.0 [Build 7877]