Is anyone aware size of the logging buffer on 8xxx?
The messages the switch generates in response to events, faults, errors, and
configuration changes can be recorded in several locations. By default, these
messages are stored locally on the switch in the RAM (cache). This collection
of log files is called the RAM log or buffered log. When the RAM log file
reaches the configured maximum size, the oldest message is deleted from the
RAM when a new message is added. If the system restarts, all messages are
The first log type is the system startup log. The system startup log stores
the first 32 messages received after system reboot. The log file stops when
it is full.
The second log type is the system operation log. The system operation log
stores the last 1000 messages received during system operation. The oldest
messages are overwritten when the file is full.
Each log message is limited to 96 bytes.
So if all the logs are full its going to use 99.07kb of the systems RAM.
Daniel CoveyDell EMC| Enterprise Support ServicesGet support on Twitter:@DellCaresPRODownload our QRL app:iOS, Android, WindowsDell Networking Resources