Cisco Unified Serviceability Administration Guide, Release 9.1(1)
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Trace field descriptions

Trace field descriptions

This chapter provides the trace field descriptions for the services that support trace activation of specific components. For some services, you can activate trace for specific component instead of enabling all trace for the service. If a service is not included in this chapter, Enable All Trace displays for the service in the Trace Configuration window.

Cisco Access Log trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Access Log trace fields.

Table 1 Access Log Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Access Log Trace

Turns on Access Log trace.

Cisco Authentication trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Authentication trace fields.

Table 2 Authentication Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Authentication Trace

Turns on authentication trace.

Cisco Calendar trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Calendar trace fields.

Table 3 Calendar Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Calendar Trace

Turns on Calendar trace.

Cisco CTI Gateway trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco CTI Gateway trace fields.

Table 4 CTI Gateway Trace Fields

Field Name

Description

Enable CTI Gateway Trace

Turns on CTI Gateway trace.

Cisco Database Layer Monitor trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Database Layer Monitor trace fields.

Table 5 Cisco Database Layer Monitor Trace Fields

Field Name

Description

Enable DB Library Trace

Turns on database library trace for C++ applications.

Enable Service Trace

Turns on service trace.

Enable DB Change Notification Trace

Activates the database change notification traces for C++ applications.

Enable Unit Test Trace

Do not check. Cisco engineering uses it for debugging purposes.

Cisco Enum trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Enum trace fields.

Table 6 Enum Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Enum Trace

Turns on ENUM trace.

Cisco Method/Event trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Method/Event trace fields.

Table 7 Method/Event Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Method/Event Trace

Turns on Method/Event trace.

Cisco Number Expansion trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Number Expansion trace fields.

Table 8 Number Expansion Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Number Expansion Trace

Activates number expansion trace.

Cisco Parser trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Parser trace fields.

Table 9 Parser Trace Fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Parser Trace

Activates parser trace.

Cisco Privacy trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Privacy trace fields.

Table 10 PrivacyTrace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Privacy Trace

Activates Privacy trace.

Cisco Proxy trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco proxy trace fields.

Table 11 Proxy Trace Fields

Field Name

Description

Add Proxy

Turns on Proxy trace.

Cisco RIS Data Collector trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco RIS Data Collector trace fields.

Table 12 Cisco RIS Data Collector Trace Fields

Field Name

Description

Enable RISDC Trace

Activates trace for the RISDC thread of the RIS data collector service (RIS).

Enable System Access Trace

Activates trace for the system access library in the RIS data collector.

Enable Link Services Trace

Activates trace for the link services library in the RIS data collector.

Enable RISDC Access Trace

Activates trace for the RISDC access library in the RIS data collector.

Enable RISDB Trace

Activates trace for the RISDB library in the RIS data collector.

Enable PI Trace

Activates trace for the PI library in the RIS data collector.

Enable XML Trace

Activates trace for the input/output XML messages of the RIS data collector service.

Enable Perfmon Logger Trace

Activates trace for the troubleshooting perfmon data logging in the RIS data collector. Used to trace the name of the log file, the total number of counters that are logged, the names of the application and system counters and instances, calculation of process and thread CPU percentage, and occurrences of log file rollover and deletion.

Cisco Registry trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Registry trace fields.

Table 13 Registry Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Registry Trace

Activates Registry trace.

Cisco Routing trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Routing trace fields.

Table 14 Routing Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Routing Trace

Activates Routing trace.

Cisco Server trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco Server trace fields.

Table 15 Server Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Server Trace

Activates Server trace.

Cisco SIP Message and State Machine trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco SIP Message and State Machine trace fields.

Table 16 SIP Message and State Machine Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable SIP Message and State Machine Trace

Activates SIP Message and State Machine trace.

Cisco SIP TCP trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco SIP TCP trace fields.

Table 17 SIP TCP Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable SIP TCP Trace

Activates SIP TCP trace.

Cisco SIP TLS trace fields

The following table describes the Cisco SIP TLS trace fields.

Table 18 SIP TLS Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable SIP TLS Trace

Activates SIP TLS trace.

Cisco Web Service trace fields

The following table describes the CiscoWeb Service trace fields.

Table 19 Web Service Trace fields

Field Name

Description

Enable Presence Web Service Trace

Activates Presence Web Service trace.

Trace output settings descriptions and defaults

The following table contains the trace log file descriptions and defaults.


Caution


When you change either the Maximum No. of Files or the Maximum File Size settings in the Trace Configuration window, the system deletes all service log files except for the current file, that is, if the service is running; if the service has not been activated, the system deletes the files immediately after you activate the service. Before you change the Maximum No. of Files setting or the Maximum File Size setting, download and save the service log files to another server if you want to keep a record of the log files; to perform this task, use Trace and Log Central in RTMT.


Table 20 Trace Output Settings

Field

Description

Maximum No. of Files

This field specifies the total number of trace files for a given service.

Cisco Unified IM and Presence Serviceability automatically appends a sequence number to the file name to indicate which file it is; for example, cus299.txt. When the last file in the sequence is full, the trace data begins writing over the first file. The default varies by service.

Maximum File Size (MB)

This field specifies the maximum size of the trace file in megabytes. The default varies by service.