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Smart Provisioning User Guide 09

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Collecting Logs

Collecting Logs

Collecting Hard Disk Logs

Table 3-23 lists the vendors supported by the hard disk log collection function.

Table 3-23 Vendors supported by the hard disk log collection function

Hard Disk Type

HGST

Toshiba

HDD

SSD

×

×

NOTE:
  • The function of obtaining hard disk slot information is supported only on servers using iBMC 2.53 or later.
  • The hard disk log collection function does not support scenarios where multiple RAID controller cards are used.
  • The hard disk log collection function supports the following hard disk types: SAS and SATA.
  • The hard disk log collection function supports the following RAID controller card types: LSI SAS3008, LSI SAS3108, Avago SAS3408, Avago SAS3508, and PCH.
  1. Access the Smart Provisioning main window, as shown in Figure 3-252.

    • If Smart Provisioning is accessed, click in the upper right corner to return to the welcome window. Then click Start in the welcome window to access the Smart Provisioning main window.
    • If Smart Provisioning is not accessed, access the Smart Provisioning main window by seeing Logging In to Smart Provisioning.
    Figure 3-252 Smart Provisioning version

  2. Click in the upper right corner to enter the maintenance mode.

    Figure 3-253 Maintenance mode

  3. Click Log Collection. The device selection window is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-254. The tool automatically loads the information of hard disks that support log collection.

    Figure 3-254 Selecting devices

  4. Select the hard disks for which you want to collect logs and click Next. The log collection window is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-255.

    Figure 3-255 Collecting logs
    NOTE:

    During log collection, you can click Abort to stop the collection.

    After the log collection is successful, the log export window is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-256 or Figure 3-257.

    Figure 3-256 Exporting logs to a USB flash drive
    Figure 3-257 Exporting logs to the network

  5. Select USB or Network based on the actual situation.

    NOTE:

    You can click Refresh to refresh the newly inserted USB flash drive and the newly connected network port.

  6. Click Export.

    NOTE:

    Multiple .bin files are exported, which are internal logs of each hard disk.

Collecting Smart Provisioning Logs

Collecting Smart Provisioning Logs
  1. Access the Smart Provisioning main window, as shown in Figure 3-258.

    • If Smart Provisioning is accessed, click in the upper right corner to return to the welcome window. Then click Start in the welcome window to access the Smart Provisioning main window.
    • If Smart Provisioning is not accessed, access the Smart Provisioning main window by seeing Logging In to Smart Provisioning.
    Figure 3-258 Smart Provisioning main window

  2. Click in the upper right corner to enter the maintenance mode.

    Figure 3-259 Maintenance mode

  3. Click Log Collection. The device selection window is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-260.

    Figure 3-260 Selecting devices

  4. Select Smart Provisioning, and click Next.

    The log collection starts, as shown in Figure 3-261.

    Figure 3-261 Log collection window

  5. After the log collection is complete, click Next.

    The log export window is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-262 or Figure 3-263.
    Figure 3-262 Exporting logs to a USB flash drive
    Figure 3-263 Exporting logs to the network

  6. Select USB or Network based on the actual situation.

    NOTE:

    You can click Refresh to refresh the newly inserted USB flash drive and the newly connected network port.

  7. Click Export. The operation is complete.
List of the Collected Logs
Table 3-24 Log collection items

Module

Document Name

Type

Description

splogdump

config

Folder

Backup of the exported configuration files

deviceinfo.json

Resource file

Server asset information

diagnose

Folder

Hardware diagnosis log

dmesg.log

Log

Euler MiniOS dmesg log

eSightCfglog.tar.gz

Compressed package

eSightCfg log

filepatchup_debug.log

Log

Log of packing fast deployment files

images.log

Log

Log of cloning fast deployment

images_restore.log

Log

Log of restoring fast deployment

maintainlog.csv

Log

Smart Provisioning maintenance log

operatinglog.csv

Log

Smart Provisioning run log

ping6.log

Log

Network communication log

quickdeploy_debug.log

Log

Fast deployment log

varmesg.log

Log

Euler MiniOS log

sp_upgrade_info.log

Log

Smart Provisioning self-upgrade log

upgrade

Folder

Smart Provisioning firmware upgrade log

version.json

Configuration file

Smart Provisioning configuration file

iBMALogDump

common.log

Log

iBMA maintenance log

http_server.log

Log

HTTP server log

nicErrorStatistics.log

Log

NIC error log

runlog

Log

Run log

service.log

Log

iBMA service log

udiskLogDump

operatinglog.csv

Log

udisk operation log

udisklog.csv

Log

udisk maintenance log

esightcfgDump

cfg_and_export_run.log

Log

esightcfg import and export log

cfg_and_export_run.log_CNA_*.log

Log

esightcfg import and export NIC log

MegaSAS.log

Log

Information about the Mega RAID controller card

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Updated: 2019-05-11

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