This functionality is enabled by default on Red Hat, but not on Ubuntu. It is recommended that you enable sysstat and sosreport on Ubuntu (run apt-get install sysstat and apt-get install sosreport). It is also recommended that you install sysstat on Red Hat (run yum install sysstat).
Get and run the os_ssd_pac script from Cisco:
./os_ssd_pac.sh -a./os_ssd_pac.sh -k -s
For initial collection, it is always recommended to include the -s option (sosreport). Run ./os_ssd_pac.sh -h for more information.
./os_ssd_pac.sh -f./os_ssd_pac.sh -c -s
For initial collection it is always recommended to include the -s option (sosreport). Run ./os_ssd_pac.sh -h for more information.
For monitoring purposes, from crontab use option: -m ( for example run every 5 or 10 minutes)
From all switches connected to the Host/Servers. (This also includes other switches which have same vlans terminated on the Host/Servers.)
show tech-support syslogs snmp traps
It is recommended that mac-move notifications are enabled on all switches in network by running mac address-table notification mac-move.
/opt/cisco/usp/packages/zookeeper/current/bin/zkCli.sh ls /config/control-function/opt/cisco/usp/packages/zookeeper/current/bin/zkCli.sh ls /config/element-manager/opt/cisco/usp/packages/zookeeper/current/bin/zkCli.sh ls /config/session-function/opt/cisco/usp/packages/zookeeper/current/bin/zkCli.sh ls //opt/cisco/usp/packages/zookeeper/current/bin/zkCli.sh ls /stat/opt/cisco/usp/packages/zookeeper/current/bin/zkCli.sh ls /log
Collect Zookeeper data:
cd /tmptar zcfv zookeeper_data.tgz /var/lib/zookeeper/data/version-2/ls -las /tmp/zookeeper_data.tgz
The files are named according to the following conventions:
ultram_health_os: Contain information related to OpenStack
ultram_health_ucs: Contain information related to UCS
ultram_health_uas: Contain information related to UAS
Files with the “*.log” extension contain debug/error outputs from different components. These files get added to over time and contain useful data for debugging in case of issues.
Files with the “.report” extension contain the current report. These files get created on every tun.
Files with the “.error” extension contain actual data received from the nodes as part of health monitoring. These are the events that causes the Ultra M health monitor to send traps out. These files are updated every time a component generates an event.