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FusionServer Pro Rack Server iBMC (V260 to V278) User Guide 14

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Setting Logs Types for Reporting (syslog -d logtype)

Setting Logs Types for Reporting (syslog -d logtype)


The syslog -d logtype command is used to set the types of logs to be reported as syslog packets.


ipmcset -t syslog -d logtype -v <destination> <type>


Parameter Description Value
destination Specifies the number of a syslog reporting channel. 1 to 4
type Specifies the types of logs to be reported.
  • none: No logs will be reported.
  • all: All logs will be reported.
  • operationlogs: Operations logs will be reported.
  • securitylogs: Security logs will be reported.
  • eventlogs: Event logs will be reported.

Usage Guidelines



# Set the log types for channel 4 to operation and event logs.

iBMC:/-> ipmcset -t syslog -d logtype -v 4 operationlogs eventlogs
Set syslog log type successfully.

# Query the types of logs reported through channel 4.

iBMC:/-> ipmcget -t syslog -d iteminfo

Item Num        | state      | port       | dest address         | log type
1               | disabled   | 65535      | host                 | operationlogs securitylogs eventlogs
2               | disabled   | 0          |                      | operationlogs securitylogs eventlogs
3               | disabled   | 0          |                      | operationlogs securitylogs eventlogs
4               | disabled   | 0          |                      | operationlogs eventlogs
Updated: 2019-11-19

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