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Configuring and Managing the System Log 627
To filter the event log by MSS area, use the facility facility-name
keyword. For a list of facilities for which you can view event messages,
type the following command:
WX1200# display log buffer facility ?
<facility name> Select one of: KERNEL, AAA,
SYSLOGD, ACL, APM, ARP, ASO, BOOT, CLI, CLUSTER, CRYPTO,
DOT1X, NET, ETHERNET, GATEWAY, HTTPD, IGMP, IP, MISC, NOSE,
NP, RAND, RESOLV, RIB, ROAM, ROGUE, SM, SNMPD, SPAN, STORE,
SYS, TAGMGR, TBRIDGE, TCPSSL, TELNET, TFTP, TLS, TUNNEL,
VLAN, X509, XML, MAP, RAPDA, WEBVIEW, EAP, FP, STAT, SSHD,
SUP, DNSD, CONFIG, BACKUP.
To clear the buffer, type the following command:
WX1200# clear log buffer
To disable logging to the system buffer, type the following command:
WX1200# set log buffer disable
Logging to the Console
By default, console logging is enabled and messages at the error level and
higher are sent to the console.
To modify console logging, use the following command:
set log console severity severity-level
(See Table 54 on page 624 for information on severity levels.)
For example, to set logging to the console for events at the critical
severity level and higher, type the following command:
WX1200# set log console severity critical
success: command accepted.
To disable console logging, type the following command:
WX1200# set log console disable
success: change accepted.
The console is always available, but it has the following limitations:
Console logging is slow.
Messages logged to the console are dropped if the console output
buffer overflows. MSS displays a message indicating the number of