FAQ-Why Does the USG Display Specific Logs Occasionally

Publication Date:  2015-07-02 Views:  141 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Why does the USG display specific logs occasionally?

2010-10-17 10:02:42 USG %%01SHELL/4/CMD(l): task:vt0 ip:** user:** vrf:public command:undo debugging all
2010-10-17 10:01:41 USG %%01SHELL/4/CMD(l): task:vt0 ip:** user:** vrf:public command:undo debugging all
2010-10-17 10:00:41 USG %%01SHELL/4/CMD(l): task:vt0 ip:** user:** vrf:public command:undo debugging all
Solution
The firewall sends logs on the execution of the undo debugging all command in the following cases:
  • If a login user runs the debugging all command, the system automatically runs the undo debugging all command at an interval of one minute.
  • After the last terminal user logs out, the system automatically runs the undo debugging all command once.
  • A login user runs the undo debugging all command.
The host or scanning tool logs in to the firewall regularly, without entering the user name and password, and then logs out. In this case, the firewall displays the logs on the execution of the undo debugging all command excluding IP address and user information upon the logoff of the last user. IP address and user information will be displayed in case of common user logoff.

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