The "Level" denotes the minimum severity UCS Manager will send to the remote syslog server. The facility denotes the remote facility in your remote syslog server you want UCS manager to send them to. Here is an example syslog.conf file from a Linux server:
[root@serve retc]# cat syslog.conf
# Log all kernel messages to the console.
# Logging much else clutters up the screen.
# Log anything (except mail) of level info or higher.
I was also trying to dial in my understanding of Facility and your comment above seems at odds with the "Facility" section from the document you refered to which I've copied here:
Refers to the message source. The message source is usually a hardware device, a protocol, or a module of the system software.
Facility is Cisco-specific and is only relevant within the message string. It is different from facility as defined in RFC 3164 for the syslog protocol. For messages originating from Cisco UCS Manager, the facility will always be %UCSM.
Your comment seemed to suggest that the Facility level was a function of what was configured on the target syslog server - whereas the above cut and paste from the Cisco document you referred to states that it is a function of the "message source".
VMware Trunk Port Group is supported from ACI version 2.1
VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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