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derek b smith_1
Regular Advisor

GSP log selection options

I am support some older machines, N4000-44 running GSP A.01.06.

When I go into SL

SL

Select Chassis Code Buffer to be displayed:
Incoming, Activity, Error, Current boot or Last boot? (I/A/E/C/L)

1) Is viewing L sufficient when compared to viewing E?

2) Should I look at just E, just E and L, C and E, etc.? I normally just look at L.

3) For the Alert levels, when 3 or higher I should be notified to look to see what is wrong? Or at level 5 or higher?

thank you!
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Torsten.
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Re: GSP log selection options

Use "e" for error messages.

Usually level 3 and higher is important, level 2 is informational.

BTW, the diagnostics should filter this already and alert you by mail and via syslog.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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derek b smith_1
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Re: GSP log selection options

yeah I know about DIAG, but will the ATTN light be activated with alert 3 or higher?

Here is an entry at lvl 8, but no date. I assume the entry means a reboot occurred? We reboot weekly.


SYSTEM NAME: XxxxxxX
ALERT LEVEL: 8 = Boot Possible, performance impaired

SOURCE DETAIL: 6 = service processor SOURCE ID: 0
PROBLEM DETAIL: 1 = selftest result

CALLER SUBACTIVITY: 03 = console
REPORTING ENTITY TYPE: 1 = service processor REPORTING ENTITY ID: 00

0x4810028166002030 6E657464 7454656C type 9 = ASCII Message tTelnetd
0x4810028166002030 6167652E 4D657373 type 9 = ASCII Message Message.
g3jza
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Re: GSP log selection options

Hi,

the attention led starts to flash yellow when error level 3 or higher occurs. That's a bit weird, that you don't see any timestamp associated with this event.