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Logging sysnchronous issues 12 years 7 months ago #11501

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hello, :idea:
I was wandering about the logging synchronous of the cisco IOS. I was using it because it was cool when i had a command-line after every time it dropped log on screen. :shock: But it screwswith the RAM buffers etc...

How can i use the loggin syn without this sideaffect?
thanks 8)

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Re: Logging sysnchronous issues 12 years 7 months ago #11504

No it doesn't.

Log system messages to the router's buffer or a syslog server

Capturing errors and events on a router and monitoring the console can be critical to problem-solving. By default, the router doesn't send buffered logging of its events to the router's memory.

However, you can configure the router to send buffered logging of its events to the memory. Here's an example:

Router(config)# logging buffered 16384

You could also send the router's events to a syslog server. Since it's external to the router, there's an added benefit: It preserves events even if the router loses power.

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