Introduced : BIG-IP_v9.0
The DestinationLocalSyslog interface enables you to modify the local syslog destination. This destination will format messages to be logged on the system. There will be only one local syslog destination, and it cannot be created or deleted. The local syslog destination is named “local-syslog”. Supply this key to the methods in the interface.


Method Description Introduced
get_default_facility Gets the default facility for the specified local syslog destination. BIG-IP_v11.3.0
get_default_severity Gets the default severity for the local syslog destination. BIG-IP_v11.3.0
get_description Gets the descriptions for the specified local syslog destination. BIG-IP_v11.3.0
get_list Gets the name of the local syslog destination. It is “local-syslog” by default. BIG-IP_v11.3.0
get_version Gets the version information for this interface. BIG-IP_v11.3.0
set_default_facility Sets the default facility for the specified local syslog destination. Syslog messages that come in without a facility specified are given the default facility. See Log::SyslogFacility for more details. BIG-IP_v11.3.0
set_default_severity Sets the default severity for messages sent to the local syslog destinations. The default severity is the severity given to syslog messages without a severity given. BIG-IP_v11.3.0
set_description Sets the description for the local syslog destination. This is an arbitrary field which can be used for any purpose. BIG-IP_v11.3.0


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