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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 18000 V3 Series V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 18500 V3 and 18800 V3. Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functions and how to set the CLI and manage the storage system through these commands. The document that you browse online matches the latest C version of the product. Click Download to download documents of other C versions.
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qlog

qlog

Function

The qlog command is used to display the logs of the management chip.

Format

qlog type

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

type

Type of logs to be displayed.

The value is "0", "5", "6", or "98", a hexadecimal value is also supported. where:

  • "0": displays memory log information.
  • "5": triggers the recording of some ARM CPU register information for locating.
NOTE:

This parameter is only supported on ARM devices integrating disks and controllers.]

  • "6": prints some ARM CPU register information for locating. [Note:This parameter is only supported on ARM devices integrating disks and controllers and must be used together with qlog 5.
  • "98": displays kernel log information.

Modes

serial port mode

Usage Guidelines

  • Do not clear the memory logs before querying them.
  • On ARM devices integrating disks and controllers, if you want to query some ARM CPU register information used for locating by commands, run the "qlog 5" command to read the recorded ARM CPU register information and then run the "qlog 6" command to print the information.

Example

Run the "qlog 98" command to display the kernel logs of the management chip.

PANGEA_SES:>qlog 98 
--- kernel --- 
[KLog]Rst:00------- 
[KLog][0][00.00.00.00:00.00]VER:10.00T43; ram:hard, 
MIPS:0x0:HARD 
[KLog][1][00.01.01.00:00.00]BackBoard: MAC:0x0,S:0x0,P:0x20 
[KLog][2][00.01.01.00:00.00]poll 1st ok 
[KLog][3][00.01.01.00:01.00]SC:set custom rule 1,0,Iptv 0,Frame Power:0,0 iRv 
0x0 
[KLog][4][12.12.15.18:32.23]SC: simulate PRI phy (up) 
[KLog][5][12.12.15.18:46.54]SC: simulate EXP phy (up) 
[KLog][6][12.12.15.19:06.34]SC:set custom rule 1,0,Iptv 0,Frame Power:0,0 iRv 
0x0 
[KLog][7][12.12.15.21:18.58]SC:set custom rule 1,0,Iptv 0,Frame Power:0,0 iRv 
0x0 
[KLog][8][12.12.15.21:21.59]SC: simulate PRI phy (up) 
[KLog][9][12.12.15.21:21.59]SC: simulate EXP phy (up) 
[KLog][a][12.12.15.22:32.36]SC:set custom rule 1,0,Iptv 0,Frame Power:0,0 iRv 
0x0 
[KLog][b][12.12.15.22:35.43]SC: simulate PRI phy (up) 
[KLog][c][12.12.15.22:35.43]SC: simulate EXP phy (up) 
[KLog][d][12.12.15.22:58.40]SC:set custom rule 1,0,Iptv 0,Frame Power:0,0 iRv 
0x0 
[KLog][e][12.12.15.23:01.25]SC: s

System Response

None

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Updated: 2019-07-12

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