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framework

Syntax

framework {action trace-level;event trace-level;executor trace-level;freezer trace-level;minimum trace-level;memory-pool trace-level;}

Hierarchy Level

[edit services border-signaling-gateway gateway gateway-name traceoptions flag]

Release Information

Statement introduced in JUNOS Release 9.4.

Description

Configure trace options for the BSG component that provides an infrastructure that enables incremental functionality implementation.

Options

action trace-level—Trace level for the framework subcomponent that creates, initiates, and manipulates event actions.

event trace-level—Trace level for the framework subcomponent that creates, modifies, and terminates event members.

executor trace-level—Trace level for the framework subcomponent that executes configured actions for an event, handles any error states, delays processing, and so on.

freezer trace-level—Trace level for the framework subcomponent that delays the execution of an event until certain conditions are met.

minimum trace-level—Minimum trace level for all framework messages.

memory-pool trace-level—Trace level for the framework subcomponent that creates, deletes, and manipulates memory pools and pool managers, and controls the check-in and check-out of memory objects to and from memory pools.

trace-level—Trace-level options are related to the severity of the event being traced. When you choose a trace level, messages at that level and higher levels are captured. Enter one of the following trace levels as the trace-level:

  • debug—Logging of all code flow of control.
  • trace—Logging of program trace START and EXIT macros.
  • info—Summary logs for normal operations, such as the policy decisions made for a call.
  • warning—Failure recovery or failure of an external entity.
  • error—Failure with a short-term effect, such as failed processing of a single call.

Required Privilege Level

interface—To view this statement in the configuration.

interface-control—To add this statement to the configuration.


Published: 2010-04-28

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