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Help Needed! Controller logging locally at debug level after logging is disabled

Hi Everyone,

We're in a bit of a jam at the moment. We have turned off all logging on one of our local controllers. The said controller is still logging at debug level locally after logging was turned off. The syslod process is still using up 30% of our cpu. Any thoughts??

(CEC-DC-WC-L1-F) #show logging level verbose
LOGGING LEVELS
--------------
Facility Level Sub Category Process
-------- ----- ------------ -------
arm informational N/A N/A
network informational N/A N/A
security informational N/A N/A
system informational N/A N/A
user informational N/A N/A
wireless informational N/A N/A

WIth many lines of this;
(CEC-DC-WC-L1-F) #show log user all
Jan 22 10:57:49 :507013: <DBUG> |AP POCOK-AP105-HALLW-104@10.xxx.x.xxx sapd| |client-match| Client Match: Detected client 14:99:e2:4d:11:7e Assoc BSSID 6c:f3:7f:1d:46:11 channel 11 with low RSSI 4 dB

Thanks in advanced.

Guru Elite

Re: Help Needed! Controller logging locally at debug level after logging is disabled

Can you post the output of:

 

show run | include logging

 


Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
@timcappalli | timcappalli.me | ACMX #367 / ACCX #480
Contributor I

Re: Help Needed! Controller logging locally at debug level after logging is disabled


cappalli wrote:

Can you post the output of:

 

show run | include logging

 


Hi Tim,

 

Here are the results;

 

(CEC-DC-WC-L1-F) #show running-config | include logging
Building Configuration...
voice logging
logging level notifications user process authmgr
logging facility local3
logging 10.xxx.xxx.xxx severity notifications

 

Currently I have the logging set only on notifications since I'm passing uid's over to my syslog server.  I've turned logging off entirely and so has Aruba TAC and the syslog daemon is still occupying a considerable amount of cpu.  As well, a reboot of the controller did not seem to clear the issue.

 

Thanks,

 

Alfredo

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