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Updated:December 11, 2018
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System Flash Memory Logs on ESW2 350G Series Managed Switches
The chronological order of the messages that were stored in the flash memory is displayed in the Flash Memory page. These flash logs are retained even when the switch is rebooted. The system events which are saved in logs are used when a configuration fails and the device needs to be troubleshooted. This document describes how to view and clear the flash memory logs on ESW2 350G Series Managed Switches. To enable Flash memory logs refer to the article System Log Settings on ESW2-350G Switch.
Flash Memory Logs
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Status and Statistics > View Log > Flash Memory. The Flash Memory page opens:
The Flash Memory Log Table consists of the following fields:
• Log Index — Displays the log entry number.
• Log Time — Displays the time the message was generated.
• Severity — Displays the severity of the event. The following are the different types of severity levels:
– Emergency — The highest level of severity which is logged when a device is down or not working properly.
– Alert — This occurs when a device malfunctions or its features are down.
– Critical — This occurs when there is a particular issue with some functionality of the device.
– Error — This occurs when there is an error in the device
– Warning — This occurs when there an operational problem occurs but the device is still functioning properly.
– Notice — This occurs when a system notice occurs.
– Informational — This occurs when information regarding the device is given.
– Debug — This event is logged to provide all debugging messages and is the most memory intensive log level.
• Description — Provides information about the event logged.
Step 2. (Optional) To clear the previous logs click the Clear Logs button.