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Smart Provisioning User Guide 09

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Collecting Logs

Collecting Logs

Collecting Hard Disk Logs

Table 6-21 lists the vendors supported by the hard disk log collection function.

Table 6-21 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 6-238.

    • 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 6-238 Smart Provisioning version

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

    Figure 6-239 Maintenance mode

  3. Click Log Collection. The device selection window is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-240. The tool automatically loads the information of hard disks that support log collection.

    Figure 6-240 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 6-241.

    Figure 6-241 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 6-242 or Figure 6-243.

    Figure 6-242 Exporting logs to a USB flash drive
    Figure 6-243 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.
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Updated: 2019-05-11

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