Media Flow Controller Fault Management : Enabling Debug Operations

Enabling Debug Operations
Media Flow Controller provides a system-level debugging utility as well as a trace facility; see “Trace Log (tracelog)” on page 129 for details.
Important! The system gives high priority to debugging output. For this reason, debugging commands should be turned on only for troubleshooting specific problems or during troubleshooting sessions with technical support personnel. Excessive debugging output can render the system inoperable.
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debug generate dump
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show files debug-dump
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show files debug-dump <filename_of_debug_dump>
4.
file debug-dump email <filename_of_debug_dump>
5.
Upload a specific debug-dump file. The uploaded file is a gnu-zipped .tar file (.tgz) and can be unzipped with this command on Linux: gunzip -c <filename>.tgz | tar tf -
or with WinZip on a Windows system.
file debug-dump upload <filename_of_debug_dump> <URL>
Note! Only FTP and TFTP URLs, as well as SCP pseudo-URLs are supported for the destination. See the “Command Arguments Key” on page 161 for the scp:// URL format.

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