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ES3000 V3 NVMe PCIe SSD User Guide 20

This document provides the product information about the Huawei ES3000 V3 PCIe SSD (ES3000 V3 for short) and describes how to install, configure, operate, and maintain the ES3000 V3.
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Obtaining Logs of a Device

Obtaining Logs of a Device

Function

This command is used to obtain logs of an SSD and generate a log file.

Format

hioadm log -d devicename -t logtype

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
devicename Name of a device. Example: nvme0
logtype Log type.
  • 0: firmware key log
  • 1: firmware log
  • 2: core dump log

The default value is 0.

Usage Guidelines

The path and name of the generated log file is as follows. nvme0 is an example device name.

  • Linux: The file path is /opt/hio/; the key log file name is nvme0_key.log; the full log file name is nvme0_fw.log; the core dump file name is nvme0_coredump.log.
  • ESXi: The file path is /scratch/hio/; the key log file name is nvme0_key.log; the full log file name is nvme0_fw.log; the core dump file name is nvme0_coredump.log.
  • Windows: The file path is the directory storing hioadm.exe; the key log file name is nvme0_key; the full log file name is nvme0_fw; the core dump file name is nvme0_coredump.

Example

# Obtain the key logs of the nvme0 SSD.

[root@localhost tool]# hioadm log -d nvme0 -t 0
firmware key log saving..........OK 
save firmware key log file successed(/opt/hio/nvme0_key.log) 
logs has been saved.
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Updated: 2019-03-12

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