Cisco UCS Central CLI Configuration Guide, Release 1.0
Configuring Settings for Faults, Events, and Logs
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Configuring Settings for Faults, Events, and Logs

Contents

Configuring Settings for Faults, Events, and Logs

This chapter includes the following sections:

Configuring Global Fault Policies

Configuring a Global Fault Debug Policy

Before You Begin

Before configuring a global fault debug policy under a domain group, this policy must first be created. Policies under the Domain Groups root were already created by the system and ready to configure.

Procedure
      Command or Action Purpose
    Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

    Enters policy manager mode.

     
    Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

    Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

     
    Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create fault policy   (Optional)

    If scoping into a domain group previously, creates the fault policy for that domain group.

     
    Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope fault policy   (Optional)

    If scoping into the domain group root previously, scopes the default fault policy's configuration mode from the Domain Group root.

     
    Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set ackaction delete-on-clear  

    Set the fault policy acknowledgment action to delete on clear (delete-on-clear) or reset to initial severity (reset-to-initial-severity).

     
    Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set clearaction delete | retain  

    Set the fault policy clear action to delete or retain.

     
    Step 7 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set clearinterval clear-number-of-days | retain  

    Set the fault policy clear interval to the number of days (0-3600) or retain.

     
    Step 8 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set flapinterval flap-number-of-days  

    Set the fault policy flap interval to the number of days (0-3600).

     
    Step 9 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set retentioninterval retention-number-of-days | forever  

    Set the fault policy clear interval to the number of days (0-3600) or forever.

     
    Step 10 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set soakingseverity condition | info | warning  

    Set the fault policy soaking severity to condition, info, or warning.

     
    Step 11 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set soakinterval soak-number-of-days | never  

    Set the fault policy soak interval to the number of days (0-3600) or never.

     
    Step 12 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # commit-buffer  

    Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

     

    The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, create a global fault debug policy, enter the status settings, and commit the transaction:

    UCSC # connect policy-mgr
    UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group /
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create fault policy
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set ackaction delete-on-clear
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set clearaction delete
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set clearinterval 90
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set flapinterval 180
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set retentioninterval 365
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set soakingseverity info
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # set soakinterval warning
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy* # commit-buffer
    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/policy # 
    

    Deleting a Global Fault Debug Policy

    A global fault debug policy is deleted from a domain group under the domain group root. Global fault debug policies under the domain groups root cannot be deleted.

    Procedure
        Command or Action Purpose
      Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

      Enters policy manager mode.

       
      Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

      Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

       
      Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # delete fault policy  

      Deletes the fault policy for that domain group.

       
      Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group* # commit-buffer  

      Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

       

      The following example shows how to scope into the Domain Group domaingroup01, delete the global fault debug policy, and commit the transaction:

      UCSC # connect policy-mgr
      UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
      UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group# delete fault policy
      UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group* # commit-buffer
      UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # 
      

      Configuring TFTP Core Export Policies

      Core File Exporter

      Cisco UCS uses the Core File Exporter to export core files as soon as they occur to a specified location on the network through TFTP. This functionality allows you to export the tar file with the contents of the core file.

      Configuring a TFTP Core Export Debug Policy

      Before You Begin

      Before configuring a TFTP core export debug policy under a domain group, this policy must first be created. Policies under the Domain Groups root were already created by the system and ready to configure.

      Procedure
          Command or Action Purpose
        Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

        Enters policy manager mode.

         
        Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

        Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

         
        Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope tftp-core-export-config   (Optional)

        Scopes an existing TFTP Core Export Debug policy's configuration mode.

         
        Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create tftp-core-export-config   (Optional)

        Creates a TFTP Core Export Debug policy if it does not exist, then scopes into the policy.

         
        Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # enable core-export-target  

        Enables the TFTP core export target.

         
        Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # set core-export-target path name-of-path  

        Sets the TFTP core export policy target path.

         
        Step 7 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # set core-export-target port port-number  

        Sets the TFTP core export policy port number (1-65535).

         
        Step 8 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # set core-export-target server-description port-number  

        Sets the TFTP core export target policy server description.

        Note   

        Do not use spaces in the server description unless the text is quoted (format examples: "Server description text" or Server_description_text).

         
        Step 9 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # set core-export-target server-name server-name  

        Sets the TFTP core export target policy server name.

         
        Step 10 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # commit-buffer  

        Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

         

        The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, create the TFTP Core Export Policy, configure the policy, and commit the transaction:

        UCSC # connect policy-mgr
        UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create tftp-core-export-config
        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # enable core-export-target
        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # set core-export-target path /target
        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # set core-export-target port 65535
        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # set core-export-target server-description "TFTP core export server 2"
        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # set core-export-target server-name TFTPcoreserver01
        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # commit-buffer
        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config # 
        

        Deleting a TFTP Core Export Debug Policy

        A TFTP core export debug policy is deleted from a domain group under the domain group root. TFTP core export debug policies under the domain groups root cannot be deleted.

        Procedure
            Command or Action Purpose
          Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

          Enters policy manager mode.

           
          Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

          Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

           
          Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # delete tftp-core-export-config  

          Deletes the TFTP Core Export Debug policy.

           
          Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/tftp-core-export-config* # commit-buffer  

          Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

           

          The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, delete the TFTP core export debug policy, and commit the transaction:

          UCSC # connect policy-mgr
          UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
          UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # delete tftp-core-export-config
          UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group* # commit-buffer
          UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # 
          

          Configuring Syslog Policies

          Configuring a Syslog Debug Policy

          Before configuring a syslog debug policy under a domain group, this policy must first be created.

          Before You Begin

          Syslog Debug Policies under the Domain Group root were created by the system.

          Procedure
              Command or Action Purpose
            Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

            Enters policy manager mode.

             
            Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group 

            Enters a domain group under the Domain Group root.

             
            Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create syslog  

            Creates a Syslog Debug policy if it does not exist, then scopes into the policy.

             
            Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # commit-buffer  

            Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

             

            The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, create the Syslog Console Debug Policy, and commit the transaction:

            UCSC # connect policy-mgr
            UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
            UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create syslog
            UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # commit-buffer
            UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination # 
            

            The Syslog Debug Policy is now ready to be configured.

            What to Do Next

            • Configuring a Syslog Console Debug Policy
            • Configuring a Syslog Monitor Debug Policy
            • Configuring a Syslog Remote Destination Debug Policy
            • Configuring a Syslog Source Debug Policy
            • Configuring a Syslog LogFile Debug Policy

            Deleting a Syslog Debug Policy

            A syslog debug policy is deleted from a domain group under the domain group root. Syslog debug policies under the domain groups root cannot be deleted.

            Procedure
                Command or Action Purpose
              Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

              Enters policy manager mode.

               
              Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

              Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

               
              Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # delete syslog  

              Deletes the Syslog Debug policy.

               
              Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group* # commit-buffer  

              Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

               

              The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, delete the Syslog Debug Policy, and commit the transaction:

              UCSC # connect policy-mgr
              UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
              UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # delete syslog
              UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group* # commit-buffer
              UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # 
              

              Configuring a Syslog Console Debug Policy

              Before configuring a syslog console debug policy under a domain group, this policy must first be created. Policies under the Domain Groups root that were already created by the system are ready to configure.

              Before You Begin

              Create a Syslog Debug Policy.

              Procedure
                  Command or Action Purpose
                Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                Enters policy manager mode.

                 
                Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                 
                Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                Creates or scopes a Syslog Debug policy's configuration mode.

                 
                Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # create | scope console  

                Creates or scopes the Syslog Console Debug policy.

                 
                Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # enable  

                Enables the Syslog Console Debug policy.

                 
                Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # set level 1 | 2 | 0  

                Sets the syslog console to one of the following conditions: Alerts (1), Critical (2), or Emergencies (0).

                 
                Step 7 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # exit  

                Moves back a level for the next create or scope command.

                 
                Step 8 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # commit-buffer  

                Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                 

                The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, scope the Syslog Debug policy, scope the Syslog Console Debug policy, configure the policy, and commit the transaction:

                UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog
                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog # scope console
                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console # enable
                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # set level 2
                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # commit-buffer
                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console # 
                

                Disabling a Syslog Console Debug Policy

                A syslog console debug policy is disabled from a domain group under the Domain Group root. Syslog console debug policies under the Domain Group root cannot be disabled.

                Procedure
                    Command or Action Purpose
                  Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                  Enters policy manager mode.

                   
                  Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                  Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                   
                  Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                  Scopes an existing Syslog Console Debug policy's configuration mode.

                   
                  Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope console  

                  Scopes the Syslog Console Debug policy.

                   
                  Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # disable  

                  Disables the Syslog Console Debug policy.

                   
                  Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # commit-buffer  

                  Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                   

                  The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, scope into the Syslog Debug Policy, scope the Syslog Console Debug policy, disable the Syslog Console Debug Policy, and commit the transaction:

                  UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                  UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog
                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope console
                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # disable
                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console* # commit-buffer
                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/console # 
                  

                  Configuring a Syslog Monitor Debug Policy

                  Before configuring a syslog monitor debug policy under a domain group, this policy must first be created. Policies under the Domain Groups root that were already created by the system are ready to configure.

                  Before You Begin

                  Create a Syslog Debug Policy.

                  Procedure
                      Command or Action Purpose
                    Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                    Enters policy manager mode.

                     
                    Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                    Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                     
                    Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                    Creates or scopes a Syslog Debug policy's configuration mode.

                     
                    Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # create | scope monitor  

                    Creates or scopes the Syslog Monitor Debug policy.

                     
                    Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # enable  

                    Enables the syslog monitor.

                     
                    Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # set level 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7  

                    Sets the syslog monitor to one of the following conditions: Alerts (1), Cisco UCS domains Critical (2), Cisco UCS domains Major Error (3), Cisco UCS domains Minor Warnings (4), Cisco UCS domains Warning (5), Information (6), Debugging (7).

                     
                    Step 7 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # commit-buffer  

                    Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                     

                    The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, scope the Syslog Debug Policy, scope the Syslog Monitor Debug Policy, configure the Syslog Monitor Debug policy, and commit the transaction:

                    UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                    UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog
                    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope monitor
                    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor # enable
                    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # set level 3
                    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # commit-buffer
                    UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor # 
                    

                    Disabling a Syslog Monitor Debug Policy

                    A syslog monitor debug policy is disabled from a domain group under the Domain Group root. Syslog monitor debug policies under the Domain Group root cannot be disabled.

                    Procedure
                        Command or Action Purpose
                      Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                      Enters policy manager mode.

                       
                      Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                      Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                       
                      Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                      Scopes an existing Syslog Debug policy's configuration mode.

                       
                      Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope monitor  

                      Scopes the syslog Monitor Debug policy.

                       
                      Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # disable  

                      Disables the syslog monitor.

                       
                      Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # commit-buffer  

                      Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                       

                      The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, scope the Syslog Debug Policy, scope the Syslog Monitor Debug policy, disable the policy, and commit the transaction:

                      UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                      UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                      UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog
                      UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope monitor
                      UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # disable
                      UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor* # commit-buffer
                      UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/monitor # 
                      

                      Configuring a Syslog Remote Destination Debug Policy

                      Before configuring a syslog remote destination debug policy under a domain group, this policy must first be created. Policies under the Domain Groups root that were already created by the system are ready to configure.

                      Before You Begin

                      Create a Syslog Debug Policy.

                      Procedure
                          Command or Action Purpose
                        Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                        Enters policy manager mode.

                         
                        Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                        Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                         
                        Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                        Creates or scopes a Syslog Debug policy's configuration mode.

                         
                        Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # create | scope remote-destination | server-1 | server-2 | server-3  

                        Creates or scopes the Syslog Remote Destination Debug policy to server-1, server-2, or server-3.

                         
                        Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # enable  

                        Enables the syslog remote destination.

                         
                        Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # set facility auth hostname or level | authpriv hostname or level | cron hostname or level | daemon hostname or level | ftp hostname or level | kernel hostname or level | local[0-7] hostname or level | lpr hostname or level | mail hostname or level | news hostname or level | syslog hostname or level | user hostname or level | uucp hostname or level  

                        Sets the syslog remote destination facility to the following hostname or level configuration:

                        • Auth
                        • Authpriv
                        • Cron
                        • Daemon
                        • FTP
                        • Kernel
                        • Local0
                        • Local1
                        • Local2
                        • Local3
                        • Local4
                        • Local5
                        • Local6
                        • Local7
                        • LPR
                        • Mail
                        • News
                        • Syslog
                        • User
                        • UUCP
                        Note   
                        • Level is Cisco UCS domains Critical (2), Cisco UCS domains Major Error (3), Cisco UCS domains Minor Warnings (4), Cisco UCS domains Warning (5), Information (6), Debugging (7).
                        • Hostname is 0-255 characters.
                         
                        Step 7 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # commit-buffer  

                        Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                         

                        The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, scope the Syslog Debug Policy, scope the Syslog Remote Destination Debug policy, configure the Syslog Remote Destination Debug policy, and commit the transaction:

                        UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                        UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope remote-destination server-3
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # enable
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # set facility auth 4
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # set facility auth authhost02
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # set facility authpriv 3
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # set facility auth authprivhost02
                          *** Continue configuring all facility settings as required ***
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # commit-buffer
                        UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination # 
                        

                        Disabling a Syslog Remote Destination Debug Policy

                        A syslog remote destination debug policy is disabled in a domain group under the domain group root. Syslog remote destination debug policies under the domain groups root cannot be disabled.

                        Procedure
                            Command or Action Purpose
                          Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                          Enters policy manager mode.

                           
                          Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                          Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                           
                          Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                          Scopes an existing Syslog Debug policy's configuration mode.

                           
                          Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope remote-destination | server-1 | server-2 | server-3  

                          Creates or scopes the Syslog Remote Destination Debug policy to server-1, server-2, or server-3.

                           
                          Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # disable  

                          Disables the syslog remote destination.

                           

                          The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, scope the Syslog Debug Policy, scope the Syslog Remote Destination Debug policy, disable the Syslog Remote Destination Debug policy, and commit the transaction:

                          UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                          UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                          UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create syslog
                          UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope remote-destination server-3
                          UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # disable
                          UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # commit-buffer
                          UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination # 
                          

                          Configuring a Syslog Source Debug Policy

                          Before configuring a syslog source debug policy under a domain group, this policy must first be created. Policies under the Domain Groups root that were already created by the system are ready to configure.

                          Before You Begin

                          Create a Syslog Debug Policy.

                          Procedure
                              Command or Action Purpose
                            Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                            Enters policy manager mode.

                             
                            Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                            Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                             
                            Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                            Creates or scopes a Syslog Debug policy's configuration mode.

                             
                            Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # create | scope source  

                            Creates or scopes the Syslog Source Debug policy.

                             
                            Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source* # enable  

                            Enables the syslog source.

                             
                            Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/remote-destination* # commit-buffer  

                            Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                             

                            The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, scope the Syslog Console Debug Policy, scope the Syslog Source Debug policy, configure the Syslog Source Debug policy, and commit the transaction:

                            UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                            UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                            UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog
                            UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope source
                            UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source* # enable
                            UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source* # commit-buffer
                            UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source # 
                            

                            Disabling a Syslog Source Debug Policy

                            A syslog source debug policy is deleted from a domain group under the domain group root. Syslog source debug policies under the domain groups root cannot be deleted.

                            Procedure
                                Command or Action Purpose
                              Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                              Enters policy manager mode.

                               
                              Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                              Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                               
                              Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope source  

                              Scopes the Syslog Source Debug policy.

                               
                              Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source* # disable  

                              Disables the Syslog Source Debug policy.

                               
                              Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source* # commit-buffer  

                              Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                               

                              The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, create the Syslog Console Debug Policy, scope the Syslog Source Debug policy, disable it, and commit the transaction:

                              UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                              UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                              UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create syslog
                              UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope source
                              UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source* # disable
                              UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source* # commit-buffer
                              UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/source # 
                              

                              Configuring a Syslog LogFile Debug Policy

                              Before configuring a syslog logfile debug policy under a domain group, this policy must first be created. Policies under the Domain Groups root that were already created by the system are ready to configure.

                              Before You Begin

                              Create a Syslog Debug Policy.

                              Procedure
                                  Command or Action Purpose
                                Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                                Enters policy manager mode.

                                 
                                Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                                Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                                 
                                Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                                Creates or scopes a Syslog Debug policy's configuration mode.

                                 
                                Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # create | scope file  

                                Creates or scopes the Syslog Logfile Debug policy.

                                 
                                Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # enable  

                                Enables the syslog logfile.

                                 
                                Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # set level 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7  

                                Sets the syslog file to one of the following conditions: Alerts (1), Cisco UCS domains Critical (2), Cisco UCS domains Major Error (3), Cisco UCS domains Minor Warnings (4), Cisco UCS domains Warning (5), Information (6), Debugging (7).

                                 
                                Step 7 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # set name syslog-file-name  

                                Sets the syslog file name.

                                 
                                Step 8 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # set size syslog-file-size  

                                Sets the syslog file size (4096-4194304 bytes).

                                 
                                Step 9 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # commit-buffer  

                                Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                                 

                                The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, create the Syslog Debug Policy, scope the Syslog LogFile Debug policy, configure the Syslog Logfile Debug policy, and commit the transaction:

                                UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                                UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # create syslog
                                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # create file
                                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # enable
                                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # set level 4
                                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # set name syslogfilename01
                                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # set size 4194304
                                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # commit-buffer
                                UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file # 
                                

                                Disabling a Syslog LogFile Debug Policy

                                A syslog logfile debug policy is disabled from a domain group under the domain group root. Syslog logfile debug policies under the domain groups root cannot be disabled.

                                Procedure
                                    Command or Action Purpose
                                  Step 1 UCSC# connect policy-mgr  

                                  Enters policy manager mode.

                                   
                                  Step 2 UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domain-group  

                                  Enters domain group root mode and (optionally) enters a domain group under the domain group root. To enter the domain group root mode, type / as the domain-group.

                                   
                                  Step 3 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog  

                                  Creates or scopes a Syslog Debug policy's configuration mode.

                                   
                                  Step 4 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope file  

                                  Scopes the Syslog Logfile Debug policy.

                                   
                                  Step 5 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # disable  

                                  Disables or enables the syslog logfile.

                                   
                                  Step 6 UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # commit-buffer  

                                  Commits the transaction to the system configuration.

                                   

                                  The following example shows how to scope into the domain group domaingroup01, scope the Syslog Debug Policy, scope the Syslog LogFile Debug policy, disable the policy, and commit the transaction:

                                  UCSC # connect policy-mgr
                                  UCSC(policy-mgr)# scope domain-group domaingroup01
                                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group # scope syslog
                                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog* # scope file
                                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # disable
                                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file* # commit-buffer
                                  UCSC(policy-mgr) /domain-group/syslog/file #