When generating and downloading the Authentication Manager Troubleshooting logs, they are greater than 2GB in size, which is larger than the RSA SFTP site will accept.
The archive logs have been included in the Troubleshooting log zip, they should not be there. This is a bug, tracked with JIRA AM-32362.
Manually remove the archive logs from the Troubleshooting zip file.
Install the download wizard from the RSA SFTP site and set the RSA SFTP site as trusted in your browser. This should allow you to exceed the 2GB limit.
Archive logs are kept in /opt/rsa/am/server. There are three types of audit logs:
audit_runtime refers to authentication activities
audit_admin refers to administrative activites by Super Admin and Help Desk administrators
system_ refers to system messages and errors
The log file names will include a date, year-month-day, such as _2018-06-29_0 and will have the extension of .log which is the actual text log file for a particular day or part of a day, or .log.sig which is the digital signature file for that particular log file.
For example, the three archive log file types for 29 June 2018 and their digital signature files;
While these files may be important for historic and legal reasons, they would not be helpful in troubleshooting a recent problem and should not be included in Troubleshooting logs. Remove them from the .zip file to save space,