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GSP LOGS

 
Indrajit Bhagat
Regular Advisor

GSP LOGS

hi,
all

Is there any alternative to check GSP log without RS-232 cable ?
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RAC_1
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP LOGS

Check files in /var/stm/logs/os and /var/stm/logs/sys

These files may not be ascii files, so check with strings command.
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Sivakumar TS
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP LOGS

Hi,

If the GSP - LAN interface is configured the we may telnet to the GSP - LAN interface and get the required logs.

Rergards,

Siva
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: GSP LOGS

Shalom,

Sure, most GSP cards have a configurable NIC that can be set up with a normal network connection. Then you can access it with telnet.

Some GSP cards have httpd servers in them, which should be avoided if possible.

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mits
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Re: GSP LOGS

# cd /var/stm/logs/os
# cclogview -k ccerrlog |more

Note:
1) cclogview is primarily targeted for use by HP support personnel. See " man cclogview".
4) cclogview is not supported on A/L/N-class and it may or may not format all entries. In this case, you can use the STM LOGTOOL ViewErrorLog for formatting all entries.

If you can access the knowledge database, check doc ID, KBQA00000639.