FAQ-How much is the memory of MA5200 for alarms

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  72 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q: How much is the memory of MA5200 for alarms?

Alarm Information
No

Handling Process
A:
For MA5200F R007, its memory (SRAM) could cache 100 pieces of information, and the overflow will be saved in flash:/ic/normaltrap.txt, of which the maximum byte of file  is 1M;

For MA5200G VRP3.30, its memory (SRAM) defaults to cache 256 pieces of information, and it could be changed by the following command
[MA5200G]info-center trapbuffer size x

Overflows are recorded in log, so alarms could be saved in hard-disk log (hd:/logfile/). The hard disk is 20G, so that how many alarms are recorded depends on memory.  

Root Cause
No

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