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System Administration Guide: IP Services
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Enabling syslog Logging for IPQoS Messages

To record IPQoS boot-time messages, you need to modify the /etc/syslog.conf file as shown in the next procedure.

How to Enable Logging of IPQoS Messages During Booting

  1. Assume the Primary Administrator role, or become superuser, on the IPQoS-enabled system.

    The Primary Administrator role includes the Primary Administrator profile. To create the role and assign the role to a user, see Chapter 2, Working With the Solaris Management Console (Tasks), in System Administration Guide: Basic Administration.

  2. Open the /etc/syslog.conf file.
  3. Add the following text as the final entry in the file.
    user.info /var/adm/messages

    Use tabs rather than spaces between the columns.

    The entry logs all boot-time messages that are generated by IPQoS into the /var/adm/messages file.

  4. Reboot the system to apply the messages.
Example 35-1 IPQoS Output From /var/adm/messages

When you view /var/adm/messages after system reboot, your output might contain IPQoS logging messages that are similar to the following.

May 14 10:44:33 ipqos-14 ipqosconf: [ID 815575 user.info]
 New configuration applied.
May 14 10:44:46 ipqos-14 ipqosconf: [ID 469457 user.info] 
Current configuration saved to init file.
May 14 10:44:55 ipqos-14 ipqosconf: [ID 435810 user.info]
Configuration flushed.

You might also see IPQoS error messages that are similar to the following in your IPQoS system's /var/adm/messages file.

May 14 10:56:47 ipqos-14 ipqosconf: [ID 123217 user.error]
 Missing/Invalid config file fmt_version.
May 14 10:58:19 ipqos-14 ipqosconf: [ID 671991 user.error] 
No ipgpc action defined.

For a description of these error messages, see Table 35-1.

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