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    Monitoring the Core Dump

    This topic describes the following:

    Monitoring the Parameters of the Core Dump Operation

    Purpose

    Display the parameters associated with the core dump operation.

    Action

    To display the parameters associated with the core dump operation:

    host1#show exception dump
    Dump host IP address: 192.168.56.7
    Dump directory:CORE_DUMPS/
    Dump protocol: FTP
    User name: user_name
    Password: user_password
    Interface IP address:
    Interface netmask:
    Gateway IP address:

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show exception dump command output fields.

    Table 1: show exception dump Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    Dump host IP address

    Address of the host where the system is configured to transfer the dump file

    Dump directory

    Name of directory on the host where the system is configured to transfer the dump file

    Dump protocol

    Protocol used to send the core dump file; currently only FTP is supported

    User name

    Name configured for access to the core dump file on the FTP server

    Password

    Password configured for access to the core dump file on the FTP server

    Interface IP address

    Address of the system interface configured to send the core dump file

    Interface netmask

    Mask of the system interface configured to send the core dump file

    Gateway IP address

    Address of gateway configured between the system and the FTP server

    Displaying the Status and Configuration Information of the Core Dump Monitor

    Purpose

    Display information about the core dump monitor status and configuration.

    Action

    To display information about the core dump monitor status and configuration:

    host1#show exception monitor
    Core dump monitor is enabled
    Next dump monitor check time: WED AUG 16 2003 15:50:38 UTC
    Host: 10.10.120.99
    Directory: monitor
    Core dump monitor interval(minutes): 10
    Files on flash which have been transferred
    ------------------------------------------
    standby:OC12Atm(P2)_5_IC_ERX-10-16-5b_09_15_2002_11_59.dmp
    SRP-5GPlus_1_SC_tImBo-lAb-3_09_18_2002_19_39.dmp
    Files on flash which have not been transferred
    ----------------------------------------------
    standby:SRP-10Ge_1_SC_ERX-10-24-36_09_24_2002_11_04.dmp
    OC12-SERVER_5_FC1_E_ERX-10-24-36_03_28_2003_12_44.dmp
    E3_1_IC_ERX-10-0f-ab_10_08_2002_16_10.dmp

    Meaning

    Table 2 lists the show exception monitor command output fields.

    Table 2: show exception monitor Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    Core dump monitor

    Status (enabled or disabled) of the core dump monitor

    Next dump monitor check time

    Time at which the core dump monitor will next check for any new core dump files

    Host

    IP address of the FTP host on which the core dump monitor saves core dump files

    Directory

    Directory or directory path on the host to where the core dump files are located

    Core dump monitor interval

    Time interval (in minutes) at which the core dump monitor checks for any new core dump files

    Files on flash which have been transferred

    A list of core dump files in the router NVS that have already been transferred to the FTP host

    Files on flash which have not been transferred

    A list of core dump files in the router NVS that have not yet been transferred to the FTP host

    Published: 2014-08-12