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Nexus 5000: %SYSLOG-3-SYSTEM_MSG: syslog could not be send

Hi,

I have a N5K giving the folowing syslog error messages:

%SYSLOG-3-SYSTEM_MSG: Syslog could not be send to server (logserver ip address). No such file or director

Syslog is enabled/configured by simply using the "logg server x.x.x.x" command, but no log file is specified as I assume that the default log file "Messages" will be used.

In the linux syslog server, the default file permission is set to "0640"

Please can someone advise.

Many thanks

Sankung

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Re: Nexus 5000: %SYSLOG-3-SYSTEM_MSG: syslog could not be send

Hi Sankung

Please check whether you have a route to the log server in vrf where you configured log-server if management - then apply "use-vrf management" )

Which softare version do you use?

This issue also may be caused by following bug: CSCtn24930

HTH,

Alex

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Nexus 5000: %SYSLOG-3-SYSTEM_MSG: syslog could not be send

Hi Alex,

Actually I am using an SVI to reach the syslog don't have any connectivity issue between the two. I can ping the syslog server from the Nexus and vice versa..

The N5K has version 5.0(3)

Thanks

Cisco Employee

Nexus 5000: %SYSLOG-3-SYSTEM_MSG: syslog could not be send

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Nexus 5000: %SYSLOG-3-SYSTEM_MSG: syslog could not be send

Hi Alex,

My N5K is running on 5.0(3)N1(c) as well. So I suppose that bug should be fixed in mine also.

Many thanks

sankung

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Nexus 5000: %SYSLOG-3-SYSTEM_MSG: syslog could not be send

Hi,

My N5K is running 5.0.(3)N2(1), but the problem is the same. Is this bug really fixed in 5.0(3)N1(1

c) ?

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