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Temporary logging for native ssh sessions

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In putty, I can right-click on the title bar for a session, choose "Change Settings...", and "Session/Logging" to log that particular session. That change is not persistent, and it shouldn't be, because I don't always want to log sessions. There should be a way to do this in RDM using native ssh sessions. I see how to enable logging for ALL sessions for a given ssh entry, but that makes it permanent. You should be able to leave logging disabled, but temporarily enable it for a given native ssh session just like putty offers.
Thanks,
Jeff Phipps

Clock10 mths

Hi,
I will add this to our todo list.

Thank you

Regards

David Hervieux

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Clock10 mths

Hello,

The feature has been made internally. There will be a button in the SSH toolbar as well as the right click menu of the SSH shell tab (under the Special Commands submenu) to change the log settings. The button is unavailable if there are already log settings enabled for the entry.

This will be available in the next beta version.

Regards,

Hubert Mireault

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Clock10 mths

Wow, that was fast! I'm impressed at how quickly you guys moved to implement my feature request.
Thanks!

Clock10 mths