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Syslog entry format ?

Hi,

When a command "Display 4 devlog entries " is issued in SN 5400,

the output format is like this:

Display last 5 of 45 syslog entries

[41][Tue Mar 19 05:08:44.280 2002][C][Switch Management:0x3e061163.304.4][User interface

session 3 user cisco@OB-session3 has been ]

[42][Tue Mar 19 05:08:44.290 2002][C][Switch Management:0x3e061163.304.4][User interface

session <4> user <cisco@OB-session4> has t]

[43][Tue Mar 19 05:08:44.290 2002][C][Switch Management:0x3e061163.304.4][User interface

session 4 user cisco@OB-session4 has been ]

[44][Tue Mar 19 05:33:13.792 2002][C][Switch Management:0x3e061163.304.4][Successful login

user cisco@OB-session3 admin 1 address U]

[45][Tue Mar 19 05:33:13.793 2002][C][Switch Management:0x3e061163.304.4][User interface

session 3 has been opened]

Display 4 devlog entries

[1][Tue Mar 19 03:10:11.057 2002][DI][Switch Log Client/0:0x3e061163.0.5][requesting

logging oper data]

[2][Tue Mar 19 03:10:11.059 2002][DI][Switch Log Client/0:0x3e061163.0.5][received,

DS_RESP_STATUS msg,id = -987127616, status = 0x]

[3][Tue Mar 19 03:10:36.797 2002][DI][Switch Log Client/0:0x3e061163.0.5][updating logging

oper data]

[4][Tue Mar 19 03:10:38.713 2002][DC][Management Server:0x3e0671163.314.6][pltdb.cc.620:

database version '2' does not match code ve]

What the field [DC], [DI] or [C] represents?

Please explain me.

thank you

regards,

vroute

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Re: Syslog entry format ?

Based on the messages being passed my guesses are [c] is connect and [dc] is disconnect, no ideas on [di].

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