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Saturday, 30 October 2010 13:52

Syslog Messages (/etc/messages)

The Syslog Messages page displays information and error messages that the storage system displays on the console and logs in the /etc/messages file. 

 

To specify the types of messages that the storage system logs, use the Syslog Configuration page to edit the /etc/syslog.conf file. This file specifies which types of messages are logged by the syslogd daemon. By default, messages of priority information and higher are logged.
 

Note: If a message includes a hyperlink, click the link to go to the Syslog Translator for a detailed definition of the triggering event.

 

You should check this page at least once a day to see whether there are error conditions that require your attention.

 

Configure Syslog

 

In the Configure Syslog page you can perform the following procedures.

To configure the syslog file, complete the following steps:

  1. Click in the display box and click New Action.
  2. In the Action field, enter where you want the messages to go; for example, /etc/messages, @adminhost, or /dev/console.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Click New Selector.
  5. In the Priorities options, click the type of priority that is appropriate, or click Set All to set all priorities.

    You can only set one priority or all priorities
  6. In the Facilities options, click the types of originating subsystems that might be sending the message; for example, cron, daemon, kern, syslog, or user. You can also click Set All to set all originating facilities.
  7. Click OK.
  8. Optionally, you can click on any of the Action parameters you entered, click New Comment and add a description about the Action, the Priority, or the Facility.
  9. When finished, click Apply to save the configuration.
 
 

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