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CSS11503 - no device preset (sh log-list)

hello,

I have a problem logging to default sys.log, trap.log, or into file on local pcmcia disk.

CSS11503# sh log-list

<No device present>

or

CSS11503(config)# logging disk file.log

CSS11503(config)#

CSS11503# sh log file.log

Cannot open file:/ComposerRoot/log/file.log

CSS11503# sh disk

PCMCIA Slot: 1

total # of clusters: 32878

bytes per cluster: 16384

free clusters: 24594

bad clusters: 0

free bytes: 402948096 (402 MB)

max contiguous free bytes: 333021184 (333 MB)

files: 1350

folders: 72

total bytes in files: 120574259

lost chains: 0

total bytes in lost chains: 0

CSS11503#

I have no prolem with sending logs to remote syslog server.

can you send me any tips? thx

martin

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Re: CSS11503 - no device preset (sh log-list)

Martin,

This appears to be a problem with the disk itself.

You can go into debug mode and run a "chkdsk" to see if that will clean things up.

For example:

css# llama

css(llama)# chkdsk ?

You will see you can run the chkdsk with no fix or quick.

Also, I see a "show disk" shows only a pcmcia card in slot 1 ? If you have two disks, then the one in slot 0 is not even showing up in the "show disk". This would be a problem for sure.

Regards

Pete Knoops

Cisco Systems

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Re: CSS11503 - no device preset (sh log-list)

I have it!

Log information setting was changed (re-mapped) to another PCMCIA disk ('Set Log to which PCMCIA slot?' in offline diagnostic monitor menu).

Currently it's changed to slot 1 (before was slot 0).

Is it possible to change this 'mapping' direct from CLI (without offline diagnostic monitor menu)?

martin

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Re: CSS11503 - no device preset (sh log-list)

Martin,

This appears to be a problem with the disk itself.

You can go into debug mode and run a "chkdsk" to see if that will clean things up.

For example:

css# llama

css(llama)# chkdsk ?

You will see you can run the chkdsk with no fix or quick.

Also, I see a "show disk" shows only a pcmcia card in slot 1 ? If you have two disks, then the one in slot 0 is not even showing up in the "show disk". This would be a problem for sure.

Regards

Pete Knoops

Cisco Systems

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