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S12700 V200R013C00 Log Reference

This document provides the explanations, causes, and recommended actions of logs on the product.
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PM/3/IDX_REACH_UPPER

Message

PM/3/IDX_REACH_UPPER: The number of measure has reached the upper limit ([max-number]).

Description

The number of items to be measured has reached the upper limit.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

[max-number]

The maximum number of items to be measured.

Possible Causes

The number of items to be measured has reached the upper limit.

Procedure

  1. Run the display this command in the PM view to check current statistical tasks and bound instances.
  2. Perform the following operations to reduce registered statistics indicators:

    • Run the undo statistics-task task-name command in the PM view to delete unnecessary statistical tasks.
    • Run the undo binding instance-type instance-type { all | instance { instance-name }& <1-5> } command to delete unwanted performance instances bound to a specified statistical task.
    • Run the measure disable [ measure-name ] command in a performance statistics task view to disable unwanted statistics indicators in a statistical task.

PM/4/STATISTICS_DELETE_FILE

Message

PM/4/STATISTICS_DELETE_FILE: The old performance file [Filename] is deleted because disk space is insufficient.

Description

An old performance file was deleted because of the disk space insufficiency.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

Filename

Name of the performance file to be deleted

Possible Causes

The disk space was insufficient. As a result, when a new performance file was generated, the old one was deleted.

Procedure

  1. Release the disk space to generate a new performance file.

PM/4/STATISTICS_DISABLE_CONFIRM

Message

PM/4/STATISTICS_DISABLE_CONFIRM: When deciding whether to disable the data statistics function, the user chose YES.

Description

The performance statistics function was disabled.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

None

None

Possible Causes

The command for disabling the performance statistics function was run and "Y" was entered to confirm the command execution.

Procedure

  1. This log message is informational only, and no action is required.

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_DELETE_CONFIRM

Message

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_DELETE_CONFIRM: When deciding whether to delete the statistics task, the user chose YES. (TaskName=[STRING])

Description

A performance statistics task was deleted.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

TaskName

Name of a performance statistics task

Possible Causes

The command for deleting a performance statistics task was run and "Y" was entered to confirm the command execution.

Procedure

  1. This log message is informational only, and no action is required.

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_RECORD_FILE_DISABLE

Message

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_RECORD_FILE_DISABLE: When deciding whether to disable the file record function, the user chose YES. (TaskName=[STRING])

Description

Record this log when the file recording function is disabled.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

TaskName

Name of a performance statistics task

Possible Causes

The record-file disable command was executed.

Procedure

  1. This alarm message is informational only, and no action is required.

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_RECORDINTERVAL_CHANGE_CONFIRM

Message

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_RECORDINTERVAL_CHANGE_CONFIRM: When deciding whether to change the interval between records of the statistics task, the user chose YES. (TaskName=[STRING])

Description

The interval at which the system generates performance statistics files changed.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
TaskName This object indicates the name of a performance statistics task.

Possible Causes

The command for changing the interval at which the system generates performance statistics files was run and "Y" was entered to confirm the command execution.

Procedure

  1. This log message is informational only, and no action is required.

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_STATCYCLE_CHANGE_CONFIRM

Message

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_STATCYCLE_CHANGE_CONFIRM: When deciding whether to change the cycle of the statistics task, the user chose YES. (TaskName=[STRING])

Description

The interval at which the performance statistics were collected.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
TaskName Name of a performance statistics task

Possible Causes

The command for changing the statistics interval was run and "Y" was entered to confirm the command execution.

Procedure

  1. This log message is informational only, and no action is required.

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_TRANSFER_FILE

Message

PM/4/STATISTICS_TASK_TRANSFER_FILE: The performance statistics file was transferred through [FTP/SFTP]. (UserName=[STRING], OperateType=[STRING], SrcFile=[STRING], DstFile=[STRING], DstHost=[STRING], VPN=[STRING], ErrCode=[LONG])

Description

The performance statistics file was uploaded through FTP or SFTP.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
FTP/SFTP

The protocol used to upload performance statistics files

UserName User name
OperateType Operation type
SrcFile Source file
DstFile Target file
DstHost Target host
VPN VPN instance name
ErrCode
Error code
  • 0: successful
  • 1: file transmission failure
  • 2: incorrect remote file
  • 3: incorrect local file
  • 4: failure to open a remote file
  • 5: space insufficiency
  • 6: transmission termination by Ctrl+C
  • 7: password authentication failure
  • 8: failure to send a user name request
  • 9: failure to communicate with the target host
  • 10: failure to connect to the target host
  • 11: system runtime error
  • 12: memory application failure
  • 13: operation not supported
  • 14: invalid input parameter

Possible Causes

The system automatically uploaded performance measurement statistics files.

Procedure

  1. This log is informational only, and no action is required.

PM/4/THRESHOLD_DISABLE_CONFIRM

Message

PM/4/THRESHOLD_DISABLE_CONFIRM: When deciding whether to disable the threshold alarm function, the user chose YES. (TaskName=[STRING])

Description

Record this log when the threshold alarm function is disabled.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning

TaskName

Name of a performance statistics task

Possible Causes

The user ran the undo threshold-alarm enable command in the performance statistics task view to disable the threshold alarm function and confirm the configuration.

Procedure

  1. This alarm message is informational only, and no action is required.

PM/4/PM_LOGID_STATISTICS_NUMAGING_FILE

Message

PM/4/PM_LOGID_STATISTICS_NUMAGING_FILE: The old performance file [STRING] was deleted because the number of files reached the upper limit.

Description

After automatic compression of performance statistics files was enabled, the system deleted performance statistics files that were compressed in the old format if the number of compressed files reached the upper threshold.

Parameters

Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[STRING] Name of the deleted file

Possible Causes

The number of compressed files reached the upper threshold after automatic compression of performance statistics files was enabled.

Procedure

  1. Check that the number of compressed performance statistics files does not reach the upper limit, and move desired .zip packages.
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Updated: 2019-04-09

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