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Retrieve syslog data using WAPI

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I want to retrieve syslog records from the Infoblox directly.


I have 2 questions.


1. How do I find out the number of syslog files on the Infoblox?

2. How do I retrieve syslog records from the active syslog file and prior syslog files?

Re: Retrieve syslog data using WAPI

Moderator BRampling
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I don't believe there is a way to determine the number of log files via the WAPI, but here is how you download all of them. Prepare NIOS for the download:

curl -k1 -u admin:infoblox -H "Content-Type: application/json" -X POST -d '{"include_rotated":true,"log_type":"SYSLOG","member":"infoblox.localdomain","node_type":"ACTIVE"}'

    "token": "eJydUEFuwyAQvO9H0kuwcRLb6S2VG6lSlEhJpR5XNmB3JRso4Crp6wuR2lNPPYCWndlZZoQw9oZO\nDRAvYbQPbhbBOLAcHgTp3nSjuTKjVTrhZpWHpg0tnlUPtgCB2M00BtKIIEkEsCt4kHYNl4W6WnI3\nDDSpBdgN7Pm6zqu8qlcVK4uyrCvwl8XsxoiWkf8egvWPWcZzVuasqNg6Sy2UFL8WsKdRIZnMqQ8k\nuWxOb8fDadcseZ7zzN/8wQwstI4NX1HvLk0yVnVU/mskQttEktFNrHkeeZmP1ttBZWGy/9/N+Y8u\nKi2MJD2kbhEXPL0cU7n6JUxGpnB4yqvZve7w/LxP7w34cLa8TFnyKoI9qVF6DAaFmWzr7lM1HJPN\nrrVI2s4BP5XzZHTCthHr2DcwepdE\n", 
    "url": ""

Download the file:

curl -k1 -u admin:infoblox -H "Content-type:applicatin/force-download" -O curl -k1 -u admin:testpw -H "Content-type:application/force-download" -O % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 100 401 100 401 0 0 2079 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 2077

Notify NIOS that the download is complete:

curl -k1 -u admin:infoblox -H "Content-Type: application/json" -X POST -d '{ "token": "eJydUEFuwyAQvO9H0kuwcRLb6S2VG6lSlEhJpR5XNmB3JRso4Crp6wuR2lNPPYCWndlZZoQw9oZO\nDRAvYbQPbhbBOLAcHgTp3nSjuTKjVTrhZpWHpg0tnlUPtgCB2M00BtKIIEkEsCt4kHYNl4W6WnI3\nDDSpBdgN7Pm6zqu8qlcVK4uyrCvwl8XsxoiWkf8egvWPWcZzVuasqNg6Sy2UFL8WsKdRIZnMqQ8k\nuWxOb8fDadcseZ7zzN/8wQwstI4NX1HvLk0yVnVU/mskQttEktFNrHkeeZmP1ttBZWGy/9/N+Y8u\nKi2MJD2kbhEXPL0cU7n6JUxGpnB4yqvZve7w/LxP7w34cLa8TFnyKoI9qVF6DAaFmWzr7lM1HJPN\nrrVI2s4BP5XzZHTCthHr2DcwepdE\n"}'


 You now have a .tar.gz file containing all of the logs.

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