This document describes the format for Cisco Secure Services Client log messages.
This document is not restricted to specific software and hardware versions.
For more information about document conventions, refer to Cisco Technical Tips Conventions.
Every log entry has the format:
<date & time> [process] <log Message id> <log message class> <context IDs> <grammatical log message>
<date & time> is the date and time in this format: mm/dd/yyy HH:mm:SS.sss
[process] is the internal process identifier and is for internal use only.
<log message id> is the unique number for the log entry.
<log message class> is the class type of log message; class is one of these values:
I—Informational. This value indicates a client state that is part of normal processing.
W—Warning. This value indicates a client state that is insecure or unexpected, but still allows processing.
E—Error. This value indicates an exception that prevents normal processing.
<context IDs> define the context of this log event and convey zero or more identifiers in this format: <code><unique string/number>. Where:
<grammatical log message> is a sentence that describes the event. The log message may contain a value (<value>) that is a placeholder for a variable to be placed in the message.