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FAQ-How to Check the Real-Time Operation Record of the ME60

Publication Date:  2019-07-17  |   Views:  77  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  SU9100106464  |   Document ID:  EKB0000326135

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Issue Description

Q:
How to check the real-time operation log of the ME60?
ME60 version: 1529 and later versions

      

Alarm Information

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Handling Process

A:

disp logfile buffer                            
logfile configuration and contents in the buffer:                              
CRC : 0x55555555                                                               
                                                                               
Feb 26 2008 18:56:14 TZJJ-ZX-B-ME60-01 %%01SHELL/5/CMDRECORD(l): task: vt0 ip: xxx.xxx.0.3 user: ** command: quit.                                             
Feb 26 2008 18:56:16 TZJJ-ZX-B-ME60-01 %%01SHELL/5/CMDRECORD(l): task: vt0 ip: xxx.xxx.0.3 user: ** command: dir.                                              
Feb 26 2008 18:56:20 TZJJ-ZX-B-ME60-01 %%01SHELL/5/CMDRECORD(l): task: vt0 ip: xxx.xxx.0.3 user: ** command: cd log.                                           
Feb 26 2008 18:56:21 TZJJ-ZX-B-ME60-01 %%01SHELL/5/CMDRECORD(l): task: vt0 ip: xxx.xxx.0.3 user: ** command: dir.                  
     

Root Cause

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Suggestions

Generally, you can use the command to check the real-time operation log,