System Event Logs
An event is a problem, a configuration change, or some other noteworthy incident that occurs on the system. Events generate system log messages. BTI7800 system logs provide the following information:
Table 1: System Log Information
Messages associated with user login and logout events.
Interface used to access (if available)
Messages associated with system configuration, including modifications and deletions.
Committed configuration changes.
Messages associated with system commands.
Operational state change logs
Messages associated with changes to the following:
You can generate and collect system log files using the CLI. The following table lists the logging commands.
Table 2: CLI Logging Commands
Provides copy, remove and show functions for system logs.
logging customer-log facility-id
Sets the facility identifier in customer log files.
Manages the system log files. This command provides the following functions:
Specifies the software module for which you want to collect event data.
Specifies the protocol for which you want to collect event data.
Specifies remote syslog servers that receive a copy of the system log files. You can configure up to four servers.
For detailed CLI command information, refer to the BTI7800 Series Command Line Reference Guide.