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Configuration Guide - Device Management

CloudEngine 12800 and 12800E V200R005C10

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, Information Center Configuration, NTP, Synchronous Ethernet Configuration, Fault Management Configuration, Energy-Saving Management Configuration, Performance Management Configuration, Maintenance Assistant Configuration, and OPS Configuration.
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Information Classification

Information Classification

The device generates messages that can be classified into three types of information: logs, traps, and debugging messages. Table 3-1 describes these information types.
Table 3-1 Information classification

Information Type

Description

Log

Logs are records of events and unexpected activities of managed objects. Logging is an important method to maintain operations and identifying faults. Logs provide information for fault analysis and helps an administrator trace user activities, manage system security, and maintain a system.

Some logs are used by technical support personnel for troubleshooting only. Because such logs have no practical instruction significance to users, users are not notified when the logs are generated. Logs are classified as user logs, maintenance logs or diagnostic logs.
  • User logs: During device running, the log module in the host software records all running information in logs. The logs are saved in the log buffer, sent to the Syslog server, reported to the NMS, and displayed on the screen. Such logs are user logs. Users can view the compressed log files and content.
  • Diagnostic logs: The logs recorded after the device is started but before the logserver component starts are diagnostic logs. Such logs are recorded in the process-side black box, and they are not saved in the log buffer, sent to the Syslog server, reported to the NMS, or displayed on the screen. Users can view the compressed log files and content.
    NOTE:

    The information recorded in diagnostic logs is used for troubleshooting only and does not contain any sensitive information.

  • Maintenance logs: During the running of a device, the log module of the host software records the data generated during the running of each service, forming log information. Log information is not saved in the log buffer, sent to the Syslog server, reported to the NMS, or displayed on the screen. Users can view the compressed log files and content.
    NOTE:

    The information recorded in maintenance logs is used for troubleshooting only and does not contain any sensitive information.

Trap

Traps are notifications generated when the device detects faults. Traps record system status information.

In contrast to logs, traps need to be immediately sent to administrators in a timely manner.

Debugging message

Debugging messages show internal operating information of the system and help you trace the device running status.

Debugging messages are generated only after the debugging of a module is enabled.

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Updated: 2019-04-20

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