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    Tracing Spanning-Tree Operations

    You can enable global routing protocol tracing options at the [edit routing-options] Hierarchy Level. For general information about tracing and global tracing options, see the statement summary for the global traceoptions statement in the Junos OS Routing Protocols Library.

    In addition, you can enable STP-specific trace options at the following hierarchy levels:

    To enable tracing of spanning-tree protocol operations:

    1. Enable configuration of the spanning-tree protocol whose operations are to be traced:
      [edit]
      user@host# edit ... protocols (mstp | rstp | vstp)
    2. Enable configuration of spanning-tree protocol-specific trace options:
      [edit ... protocols (mstp | rstp | vstp)]
      user@host# edit traceoptions
    3. Configure the files that contain trace logging information:
      [edit ... protocols (mstp | rstp | vstp)]
      user@host# set file filename <files number> <size bytes> <world-readable | no-world-readable>
    4. Configure spanning-tree protocol-specific options.

      1. To enable a spanning-tree protocol-specific option, include the flag statement:
        [edit ... protocols (mstp | rstp | vstp)]
        user@host# set flag flag <flag-modifier> <disable>


        You can specify the following spanning-tree protocol-specific flag options:

        • all—Trace all operations.
        • all-failures—Trace all failure conditions.
        • bpdu—Trace BPDU reception and transmission.
        • bridge-detection-state-machine—Trace the bridge detection state machine.
        • events—Trace events of the protocol state machine.
        • port-information-state-machine—Trace the port information state machine.
        • port-migration-state-machine—Trace the port migration state machine.
        • port-receive-state-machine—Trace the port receive state machine.
        • port-role-transit-state-machine—Trace the port role transit state machine.
        • port-role-select-state-machine—Trace the port role selection state machine.
        • port-transmit-state-machine—Trace the port transmit state machine.
        • port-state-transit-state-machine—Trace the port state transit state machine.
        • ppmd—Trace the state and events for the ppmd process.
        • state-machine-variables—Trace when the state machine variables change.
        • timers—Trace protocol timers.
        • topology-change-state-machine—Trace the topology change state machine.

        Note: Use the trace flag all with caution. This flag may cause the CPU to become very busy.

      2. To disable an individual spanning-tree protocol-specific option, include the disable option with the flag statement.
    5. Verify the spanning-tree protocol-specific trace options.

      [edit]
      ...
      ...global-trace-options-configuration...
      }
      }
      }
      (mstp | rstp | vstp) {
      traceoptions { # Spanning-tree protocol-specific.
      file filename <files number> <size bytes> <world-readable | no-world-readable>;
      flag flag <flag-modifier> <disable>;
      }
      }
      }
      ...

    Modified: 2016-11-07