Unicast Logging

Updated: August 14, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

You can configure Logging plug-ins in Windows Media Services to keep a record, a log file, of client and server activity during a streaming session. Log information can also help:

  • Track server usage so that you can decide when you might need to add more resources to your system.
  • Assist you in planning your security implementation. For example, if your system is subjected to a denial-of-service attack, log files can help you determine which clients are being used in the attack.
  • Identify user-reported issues with your streaming system by providing event codes that correspond to common issues.
  • Provide historical data for use in trend analysis and business cases.

For more information, see Logging Model for Windows Media Services.

Events

Event ID Source Message

310

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in cannot open the unicast log file '%1'. The plug-in will try again at the beginning of the next log cycle period.

311

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in opened the unicast log file '%1'.

312

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in cannot log data to the unicast log file '%1'. The plug-in will try again at the beginning of the next log cycle period.

313

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in has resumed logging data to the unicast log file '%1' after a previous error.

315

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in is logging data using the default file name template for the unicast log file '%1'. A directory was specified as the log file name.

316

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in created the directory '%1'.

318

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in stopped logging data because insufficient space exists on the hard disk '%1'.
FreeSpaceQuota: %2 percent

319

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in has resumed logging data after sufficient space was made available on the hard disk '%1'.
FreeSpaceQuota: %2 percent

345

WMServer

Invalid characters were found in the unicast logging path template. The specified path '%1' was replaced with the new path '%2'.

348

WMServer

The WMS Client Logging plug-in opened the unicast log file '%1' but cannot log data to the file. Logging will start when sufficient disk space is available.

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