Operation Logs Overview

This topic describes what are operation logs, what operations are recorded, and introduces the storage and auto cleanup of operation logs.

What are operation logs

Operation logs record successful operations performed on Yeastar P-Series Software Edition, and provide you with the followings to help you monitor and analyze the causes of systems errors or other types of problems.
  • Who: Check who performed the operation. You can query all users' operations, or query operations by administrator or a specific extension.
  • When: Check when the operation was performed. You can query operations by specific date and time.
  • What: Check what operation was performed.
  • Where: Check on which module the operation was performed. You can query operations by a specific module.

Storage of operation logs

Operation logs are saved in local storage, you can NOT change the storage location.

Auto cleanup of operation logs

By default, when operation logs reach 50,000, the system automatically deletes the oldest logs. You can change the value, or set the maximum days that logs can be retained. For more information, see Auto Cleanup Settings.
Note: A few logs related with system security and user privacy are RETAINED so that Yeastar Support can help you troubleshoot problems when toll fraud happens or PBX suffers from attack.

The operation logs that will NOT be automatically cleaned up are as follows:

Table 1.
Event Type Event
Operation Administrator Login Success
Administrator Password Changed
Web User Login Success
Web User Login Failed
Linkus Client Login Failed
Extension User Password Changed
Telephony Emergency Call Dialed Out
System Yeastar SMTP Server Error
Security Web User Locked Out
Linkus User Blocked Out
Extension Registration Blocked Out
Auto Defense IP Blocked Out
Outbound Call Frequency Exceeded
Outbound Call to a Disallowed Country