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Xshell 6 - log file name

Last post: Thursday, May 10, 2018 1:31 AM by Support, 2 reply

 
Wednesday, May 9, 2018 2:13 AM - sinh

Xshell 6 - log file name

 
I am using Xshell since version 5 and recently upgraded to version 6.
The only problem that I found is all my log file have the name start with default.
eg : default_2018-05-09_11-46-37.log
In the setting Advance/Session Logging the file name format is
%n_%Y-%m-%d_%t.log
which %n should be the name of the device that I logged into.
I am using SSH/Telnet.
ssh device_name/IP
or
telnet device_name/IP
Program Ver. : Xshell 6
Wednesday, May 9, 2018 7:28 PM - racowi

Re: Xshell 6 - log file name

 
Me too.
I'm on the same boat. I just enter into this forum to see if I found the solution.
Is my only complaint of Xshell-6 so far.
Thursday, May 10, 2018 1:31 AM - Support

Re: Xshell 6 - log file name

 
The %n refers to a session file's name. A session from the Local Shell has the 'default profile' as its session properties.

Therefore, if you'd like to use a specific log name, you need to create session files or you need to start logging after the session starts.

However, I'll have this issue reported to our dev team for an internal review. Thanks!

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