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Logging Anonymous Access

Is there a way to log anonymous access in Confluence Cloud?  I saw the article where in the  logging that anonymous access is indicated by "-" in the user name field.  I want to know if there is any other information logged like the IP address of the user accessing anonymously?

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Srinatha T Atlassian Team Feb 16, 2022

Hi @Randy McElroy ,


Welcome to Atlassian community.!


Yes, you may enable user access logging: How to Enable User Access Logging

Once enabled, the log file will contain the following values separated by spaces:
Thread name
Username or '-' if no user
VM free memory at start of request (in KB)
Change in free memory after request is finished (in KB)
Time taken for request (in ms).
Remote address
Login Failures - "recordLoginFailure""

The URL above has all the information related to configuring the same. Go through the same. 

Hope the the above information will helps.  Have a nice day. Take care.


Srinath T

The article referenced is for Server/Data Center. Is there logging for Cloud environment as well?

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