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[Level_Two] Section

The [Level_Two] section (Table 235) of the SIR.conf file specifies the core and log files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected information is stored in a tar file named Level2, under the directory named SBR_Information_Report.

Table 235: SIR.conf [Level_Two] Fields

Parameter

Function

Enable

If set to 1, enables the collection of core and log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of core and log files.

Default value is 0.

[Log_Files] Section

The [Log_Files] section (Table 236) specifies the log files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected files are stored in a directory named Logs, in the Level2 tar file.

Table 236: SIR.conf [Log_Files] Fields

Parameter

Function

AcctLog

If set to 1, enables the collection of accounting log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of accounting log files.

Default value is 1.

AcctReport

If set to 1, enables the collection of accounting report log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of accounting report log files.

Default value is 1.

AuthLog

If set to 1, enables the collection of authentication log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of authentication log files.

Default value is 1.

AuthReport

If set to 1, enables the collection of authentication report log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of authentication report log files.

Default value is 1.

Configure

If set to 1, enables the collection of configure.log file.

If set to 0, disables the collection of configure.log file.

Default value is 1.

Cstserver

If set to 1, enables the collection of separate session database process log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of separate session database process log files.

Default value is 1.

Note: This setting is applicable only when SBR Carrier is running in a Linux machine.

Date

Collects the log files generated by SBR Carrier on the specified date. The date must be in the DD-MM-YYYY format.

Latency

If set to 1, enables the collection of latency log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of latency log files.

Default value is 1.

SBR

If set to 1, enables the collection of RADIUS log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of RADIUS log files.

Default value is 1.

SNMP

If set to 1, enables the collection of SNMP log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of SNMP log files.

Default value is 1.

Statlog

If set to 1, enables the collection of statistics log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of statistics log files.

Default value is 1.

[Core_Files] Section

The [Core_Files] section (Table 237) specifies the core files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected files are stored in a directory named Core, in the Level2 tar file.

Table 237: SIR.conf [Core_Files] Fields

Parameter

Function

cstserver

If set to 1, enables the collection of separate session database process core file.

If set to 0, disables the collection of separate session database process core file.

When you execute the SIR.sh script, you must define the specific core file (with absolute path) to be collected by using the -c option.

Default value is 0.

Note: This setting is applicable only when SBR Carrier is running in a Linux machine.

radius

If set to 1, enables the collection of RADIUS core file.

If set to 0, disables the collection of RADIUS core file.

When you execute the SIR.sh script, you must define the specific core file (with absolute path) to be collected by using the -r option.

Default value is 1.

snmp

If set to 1, enables the collection of SNMP core file.

If set to 0, disables the collection of SNMP core file.

When you execute the SIR.sh script, you must define the specific core file (with absolute path) to be collected by using the -s option.

Default value is 0.

Modified: 2017-09-27