dancampb Mon, 06/21/2010 - 07:04
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If you have autonomous AP's just setup the logging to show the millisecond with "service timestamps log datetime msec"


If you have a controller the debug client output shows the milliseconds.

Elliott Shawd Thu, 06/24/2010 - 05:39
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I can't see the milliseconds on the controller debug. I get:



Thu Jun 24 08:33:51 2010: 00:16:6f:6e:88:15 10.34.72.133 RUN (20) Change state to START (0) last state RUN (20)

Thu Jun 24 08:33:51 2010: 00:16:6f:6e:88:15 10.34.72.133 START (0) Initializing policy


We are running code 4.2.207.0.

jfraasch Thu, 06/24/2010 - 08:46
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In routers it would be:


service timestamps debug date local msec

service timestamps log date local msec


This will add the msecs to the log and debug lines.


James

Elliott Shawd Thu, 06/24/2010 - 08:56
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That doesn't work for me. I don't get those options.



(ak650-wism-s4-2) config>service timestamps debug ?       


datetime       Timestamp debug messages with standard date and time.

disable        Do not timestamp debug messages.

uptime         Timestamp debug messages with time since last reset.


(ak650-wism-s4-2) config>service timestamps debug datetime ?


(ak650-wism-s4-2) config>service timestamps debug datetime









(ak650-wism-s4-2) config>service timestamps log


datetime       Timestamp log messages with standard date and time.

disable        Do not timestamp log messages.

uptime         Timestamp log messages with time since last reset.


(ak650-wism-s4-2) config>service timestamps log datetime ?


(ak650-wism-s4-2) config>service timestamps log datetime

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