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    Enabling the Core Dump from Global Configuration Mode

    To enable the core dump from Global Configuration mode:

    1. Access Global Configuration mode.
    2. Specify where the system should transfer the core dump file. To send the file to an FTP server, enter the IP address of the FTP server and the name of the directory on the server to which the system will transfer the file. To send the core dump file to NVS memory, use the local keyword. Local core dumps—stored in NVS—are enabled by default.
      host1(config)#exception dump 192.168.56.7 CORE_DUMPS
    3. Set the IP address and mask of the system interface over which you want to send the core dump file. You can optionally include an IP address mask.
      host1(config)#exception source 10.10.33.8 255.255.255.0
    4. Specify the gateway through which the system sends the core dump file to the FTP server.
      host1(config)#exception gateway 192.168.12.3
    5. (Optional) Set a username and password for FTP access to the server where you want to transfer the core dump file. The default settings are the username anonymous and no password. You can specify the number 8 before the username and before the password to encrypt these values. By default, the username and password are not encrypted.
      host1(config)#exception protocol ftp username userpassword
    6. (Optional) View parameters associated with creating a core dump file. You can reload the system software (.rel) file and the configuration (.cnf) file.
      host1(config)#reload

      Note: Reloading the standby SRP causes high availability to be temporarily disabled until the standby SRP reloads and resynchronizes with the active SRP.

    Published: 2014-08-12