The “System” module is located in the “Maintenance” menu. This module is intended for you to be able to enter the organization name, which will be displayed in the web interface; enter the domain name of the system; delete data; view current tasks in the ICS CUBE (backup, user import, etc.). The “System” module has four tabs: “System”, “Data deletion”, “Log”, “Tasks”.
The “System” tab. This tab contains the fields for data entry: “Organization name” (will be displayed in the ICS CUBE web interface) and “System name” (hostname). Please note that if you change this name, you need to create an appropriate record in the DNS server, otherwise the IP-telephony, mail and jabber servers will not work.
The “Allow ICS to send anonymous statistics” flag is available if the license for more than 8 users was purchased for the ICS CUBE. If this flag is set, anonymous statistics will be collected from the ICS CUBE.
When you click the “System setup wizard” button, a new dialog box will open. In this dialog box you will be asked to enter the following (stepwise): the organization name, system name (hostname), and change the login and password to log in to the web interface of the program of the first (by time) ICS CUBE user with the “Administrator” role.
The “Data deletion” tab. It allows you to delete various logs (data contained in the ICS CUBE) and call records in automatic or manual mode.
Manual mode. To manually delete data, click “Manual data deletion”. A new dialog box will open where you will be asked to specify the time period limits and select the data to delete (statistics logs, statistics detail logs, call records, system logs). After clicking the “OK” button, the selected data will be permanently deleted.
Automatic mode. It allows you to set a time frame or quota (in MB) for which the ICS CUBE will delete stored data (statistics logs, statistics detail logs, call records, system logs). If a time frame and quota are set, data will be deleted depending on the parameter value that was reached earlier. It is proposed to choose one of the possible options as a time frame: never, older than a week, older than a month, older than 2 months, older than 3 months, older than 6 months, older than a year.
Statistics logs are data collected from detailed statistics and combined according to various criteria to reduce the amount of space on your hard drive and optimize the reporting time. Please note that these logs do not contain IP data, http data, search engine feed data, and user activity data. When deleting statistics logs, you can restore them using the corresponding logs of detailed statistics.
Statistics detail logs are all statistics collected by the ICS CUBE from users without any associations or groupings. If you delete detailed statistics, the data will be permanently deleted.
Call records are records of phone calls made using the telephony server in the ICS CUBE.
System logs are defined as system log data and data displayed in the “Events” and “Log” tabs of all the ICS CUBE modules.
You can also clean the system using Recovery console. This can be useful if the ICS CUBE web interface is unavailable due to hard drive overfilling.
The “Log” tab displays a summary of all system messages of the corresponding servers with the date and time. The log is divided into pages, using the “forward” and “back” buttons it is possible to go from page to page, or enter the number of the desired page.
Log entries are highlighted in color depending on the type of message. Normal system messages are marked in white, system status messages (on / off, user connection) are green, warnings are yellow, errors are red.
In the upper right corner of the log is a search bar. And the ability to select the period for displaying the event log. By default, the log displays events for the current date. If necessary, you can save the log data to a file by clicking the “Export” button or delete the log data for a certain period by clicking the “Delete logs” button.
The “Tasks” tab. It displays the running asynchronous processes in the ICS CUBE, as well as the completion percentage for each process. By clicking the “Cancel” button, you can terminate the corresponding process. When asynchronous process is executed, the ICS CUBE user can make various settings in the ICS CUBE GUI. Asynchronous processes include mail transfer, user import, backup, etc.