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First open OMSA and log in. Now navigate to Storage. The function to export the log is found in the dropdown list "Available Task".
Figure 2: Storage Overview
Figure 3: Task: Export Log
After selecting "Export Log ..." click Execute, the next page shows the export information. It shows where the file finally is saved.
Figure 4: Log - hostname and destination
Finally click Export Log File - we're done for now.
Now we have exported the log, and we know where it is saved, but what shall we do next? - Right, we need to connect to the server.
There are different ways to get the file. The easiest way - in my opinion - is a Windows Remote Desktop Connection.
Figure 5: Remote Desktop Connection with the host server
On the host server navigate to the destination what was shown in OMSA - C:\Windows - and search for a file that looks like this lsi_<Month und Day>. In my example the files name is lsi_0305.
Figure 6: Log at host server in C:\Windows
Finally - the exported RAID-Log.
Figure 7: The RAID-Log
We can now share, export or send the file - for any further troubleshooting purposes.
Article ID: SLN311082
Last Date Modified: 08/13/2018 08:00 AM
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