One date is included in the message sent from the device, and the other date is added by syslogd on the server. You can disable the device from including the time with:
no service timestamps log
But this will omit the time from your logging buffer as well. It might be better to see if Netcool can adapt to the double date format, or try using another syslog daemon that gives you the ability to drop the date (e.g. syslog-ng may give this capability).
Wondering what could be the reason for not receiving traps from ES module interfaces? I was wondering that it could be due to misconfiguration. Check message "configuring syslog and snmp on integrated service router (ISR) posted yesterday.
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