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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0.0 SystemReporter User Guide

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Setting Operation Log Dump

Setting Operation Log Dump

After you set operation log dump parameters, SystemReporter regularly saves operation logs in a text file and saves the file to a specified folder of a server. This saves database space and facilitates you to view operation logs.


  • If the number of operation logs reaches the upper limit of 200,000, SystemReporter automatically dumps operation logs (except for the latest 1000 operation logs).
  • By default, the dump file of operation logs is stored in the SystemReporter installation directory\Runtime\LegoRuntime\datastorage\sysoptlog path of the SystemReporter server.


  1. Go to the page for dumping operation logs.
    1. On the menu bar of SystemReporter, choose System.
    2. In the navigation tree, choose Data Maintenance > Log Dump.

      The operation log dumping page is displayed.

  2. Modify dump parameters.
    1. In the dump parameter area of the function pane, click Modify.

      The Change Parameter Value dialog box is displayed.

    2. Modify dump parameters. Table 5-19describes the parameters.

      Table 5-19  Dump parameters



      Dump time

      Specifies the time when SystemReporter starts to dump operation logs automatically.

      The value is usually set to a time point when SystemReporter is idle, for example, 02:00:00.

      Dump period (days)

      Specifies the period at which the operation logs are dumped. The value is an integer from 7 to 120.

      Reserve recent data records (days)

      Specifies the latest days during which logs generated in the database are reserved. The value is an integer from 7 to 120.

      File format

      Specifies the format of the file saving operation log data. The format can be CSV or XLS.


      Specifies the language in which operation log data is saved in the file. The value can be Simplified Chinese or English.

      For example, if you set Dump period(days) to 7, and Dump time to 02:00:00, SystemReporter automatically dumps operation logs generated in the latest 7 days at 02:00:00. However, the database retains operation logs generated in the latest days.

    3. Click OK.

      After operation log dump parameters are set, SystemReporter automatically dumps operation logs based on the settings.

  3. In Dump History in the function pane, view dumped historical operation logs.


    Dumped logs will not be displayed in System Log List but stored in the specified folder. To view dumped logs, you can download dumped logs in a file on the client and open the file in the text editing tool.

Follow-up Procedure

You can perform operations related to system operation logs as described in Table 5-20.

Table 5-20  Operations related to operation logs





In the Dump History list, select the system operation logs that you want to dump and click .

Save alarms to the specified local path on the client.


  1. In the Dump History list, select the system operation logs that you want to download and click Delete.
  2. In the Alarm dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

Delete system operation logs that have been dumped and do not need to be retained on the network management server.

Updated: 2019-02-26

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