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Using Syncplicity user logs to determine storage endpoint

The logs from Syncplicity mobile and desktop clients capture where the user’s content reside. These log entries contain certain URLs, which are for uploads and downloads only; however, you can determine from these URLs if the content was uploaded/downloaded on the cloud or an on-premise site.

If the URLs in the log file are either https://data.syncplicity.com  or https://data-2.syncplicity.com , then your content is stored in the cloud.

On the other hand, if the URLs in the log file points to your storage endpoint; for example, https://myserver.mycompany.com, then your content is in on-premise. These are the same URLs that you have set for your on-premise storage connector in your Syncplicity Admin console.

Here are a few examples of client log entries:

Desktop download

2015-08-01T11:18:49 INFO  [d1] DownloadTransfer - Using URL to Transfer data https://data-2.syncplicity.com/retrieveFile.php?vToken=XXXXXX

Based on the URL above, you can determine that the content was downloaded from the cloud.

Desktop upload

2015-08-05T14:41:37 INFO  [u0] Uploader - Uploading: /Users/smithj/Syncplicity Folders/backup/CPU.png, ETag: , Start: 0, Url:

https://myserver.mycompany.com/saveFile.php?filepath=XXXX

Based on the URL above, you can determine that the content was uploaded to on-premise servers.

Mobile download

8/11/15, 9:17 AM (Thread = 907, Queue = com.apple.main-thread) __70-[FileDownloader downloadImgNow:withVersion:progress:success:failure:]_block_invoke560[Line 851] finished download file downloaded: <SyncplicityFile: 0x1702f9e80> (entity: SyncplicityFile; id: 0xd000000008800012 <x-coredata://7379D007-ABAE-468F-8AEA-0459079AA393/SyncplicityFile/p544> ; data: { thumbnailUrl = https://data.syncplicity.com/thumbnail.php?b=1024&a=tn_11e93461-4eba-4ce1-9e9b-c0cfb6a4f63b_80x80.jpg

Based on the URL above, you can determine that the content was downloaded from the cloud to the iOS device.

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