pve-firewall no logs even on level debug

tim taler

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Mar 8, 2018
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Hi,
what's wrong with firewall logging?

the pve firewall in my cluster seems to work fine except it shows no logs?

I set
"/etc/pve/nodes/<nodenmae>/host.fw"

to:
---snipp---
[OPTIONS]

tcpflags: 1
smurf_log_level: info
tcp_flags_log_level: info
log_level_in: debug
log_level_out: debug
---snapp---

but if I try to access the server through a banned device there are no log entries in
/var/log/pve-firewall.log
just:

---snipp---
...
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:11:56:33 +0100 starting pvefw logger
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:11:56:37 +0100 received terminate request (signal)
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:11:56:37 +0100 stopping pvefw logger
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:11:56:38 +0100 starting pvefw logger
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:12:08:39 +0100 received terminate request (signal)
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:12:08:39 +0100 stopping pvefw logger
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:12:11:04 +0100 starting pvefw logger
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:12:11:09 +0100 received terminate request (signal)
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:12:11:09 +0100 stopping pvefw logger
0 5 - 07/Feb/2019:12:11:09 +0100 starting pvefw logger
...
---snapp---

does there have to be some logging rules in
/etc/pve/firewall/cluster.fw?
(becuase there I didn't mention logging anywhere)
TIA
 

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