Understanding the Log Page

The Log Page—EventLog Pane

Figure 43: Timing Client Log Page—EventLog Pane

Timing
Client Log Page—EventLog Pane

Table 27 describes the elements that appear on the Log page—EventLog pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 27: Elements on the Timing Client Log Page—EventLog Pane

Element

Description

EventLog

This window displays event messages reported to the Timing Client. This log is used to provide operational alarm and status of the Timing Client.

  • Message—Lists the event messages received.
  • Save as—Save the event log to a file.
  • Clear—Clears the log page.

The Log Page—SysLog Pane

The Syslog displays internal system level messages which indicate the operational state and status of the Timing Server software applications. Any error event that impacts the operational state of the system is reflected with the appropriate alarm event in the EventLog. For details, see The Log Page—EventLog Pane.

Figure 44: Timing Client Log Page—SysLog Pane

Timing
Client Log Page—SysLog Pane

Table 28 describes the elements that appear on the Log page—SysLog pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 28: Elements on the Timing Client Log Page—SysLog Pane

Element

Description

SysLog

This window displays system messages reported to the Timing Client.

  • Message—Lists the system messages received.
  • Save as—Save the syslog to a file.
  • Clear—Clears the log page.

The Log Page—AuthLog Pane

The AuthLog pane provides a history of login events.

Figure 45: Timing Client Log Page—AuthLog Pane

Timing
Client Log Page—AuthLog Pane

Table 29 describes the elements that appear on the Log page—AuthLog pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 29: Elements on the Timing Client Log Page—AuthLog Pane

Element

Description

AuthLog

This window displays authentication messages reported to the Timing Client.

  • Message—Lists the authentication messages received.
  • Save as—Save the auth.log to a file.
  • Clear—Clears the log page.

The Log Page—Daemon Pane

The Daemon log displays the internal operating PTP level messages which indicate the operational state and status of the PTP protocol. Any error event that impacts the operational state of the system is reflected with the appropriate alarm event in the EventLog. For details, see The Log Page—EventLog Pane.

Figure 46: Timing Client Log Page—Daemon Pane

Timing
Client Log Page—Daemon Pane

Table 30 describes the elements that appear on the Log page—Daemon pane of the TCA6000 and TCA6500 Timing Clients.

Table 30: Elements on the Timing Client Log Page—Daemon Pane

Element

Description

Daemon.log

This window displays daemon messages reported to the Timing Client.

  • Message—Lists the daemon messages received.
  • Save as—Save the daemon.log to a file.
  • Clear—Clears the log page.