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MM910 Management Module V100R001 User Guide 24

This document provides the product description, installation and configuration methods, and common operations of the E9000 server chassis management module MM910.
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Log Information

Log Information

System Logs

Screenshot

Function

System logs consist of current and archived system logs, which include sensor monitoring records. System logs help diagnose faults.

Viewing System Logs
  1. Choose Log Information > System Logs > System Logs.
  2. Select a component type from the Object drop-down list.

    The system logs that meet the search criterion are displayed.

    For details about the physical locations of components, see the labels on the chassis emulation panel on the Chassis page. Figure 7-30 shows an example.

    Figure 7-30 Emulation panel

View Archived Logs
  1. Choose Log Information > System Logs > Archived System Logs
  2. Click for the log file to be selected.

    The log file content is displayed under File Content.

  3. Select a component type from the Object drop-down list.

    The system logs that meet the search criterion are displayed.

Operation Logs

GUI

Function

Operation logs record information about login and setting operations performed by users.

Viewing Operation Logs
  1. Choose Log Information > Operation Logs.
  2. The operation logs are displayed.

Remote Syslog

NOTE:

Only MM910 (U54) 5.32 and later versions support remote syslog configuration.

Screenshot

Function

The Remote Syslog page allows you to send operation logs and system logs of the MM910 to the syslog server for unified management and storage.

Configuring the Remote Syslog Function (Operation Logs and System Logs)
  1. Choose System Management > Log Information > Remote Syslog.
  2. Under Operation Logs or System Logs, click Edit.
  3. Set the parameters, which are described in Table 7-80.

    Table 7-80 Parameter description

    Parameter

    Description

    Syslog status

    • On: enables the function that sends local logs to the server.
    • Off: disables the function that sends local logs to the server.

    Server address

    Specifies the syslog server IP address or domain name.

    NOTE:

    If the transmission protocol is TLS, the syslog server address must be a domain name.

    Server port

    Specifies the server port number.

    Lowest Log Level

    Specifies the lowest level of logs sent to the syslog server.

    • All: All logs are sent.
    • Minor: Logs about minor, major, and critical alarms are sent.
    • Major: Logs about major and critical alarms are sent.
    • Critical: Only logs about critical alarms are sent.

    Syslog protocol

    Two protocols are available: BSD-syslog and IETF-syslog.

    Transmission protocol

    Log transportation supports three protocols: TLS, TCP, and UDP.

    NOTE:

    If the transmission protocol is UDP, log data loss may occur. TLS is recommended as the transmission protocol to prevent plain-text transmission of logs.

    Upload root certificate

    If the transmission protocol is TLS, the root certificate of the syslog server must be uploaded.

    NOTE:

    The root certificate file must be in CER, CRT, or PEM format and use Base64 for encoding and decoding.

    Authentication mode

    Two-way and one-way authentication modes are supported.

    Upload Local Certificate

    If Authentication mode is Two-way, the local certificate must be uploaded.

    NOTE:

    The local certificate file must be in the PFX or P12 format. The local certificate is only used for bidirectional authentication of syslog.

  4. Click Save.
  5. Click Test.

    If the sent logs can be found on the syslog server, the setting succeeds.

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Updated: 2019-04-10

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