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COTD: show logging level verbose

Aruba has several logs (network, security, system, user and wireless) and by default they are set to "warnings". You can also set logging on some subcategories and processes of these main logs. When you want to find out what logging is on what, you use the "show logging level verbose" command:

(M3.arubanetworks.com) #show logging level verbose 

LOGGING LEVELS
--------------
Facility Level Sub Categorey Process
-------- ----- ------------- -------
network warnings N/A N/A
security warnings N/A N/A
system warnings N/A N/A
user warnings N/A N/A
wireless warnings N/A N/A


If I configured debugging for the DHCP process in the network log, it would look like this:

(M3.arubanetworks.com) #configure t
Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z

(M3.arubanetworks.com) (config) #logging level debugging network process dhcpd
(M3.arubanetworks.com) (config) #exit
(M3.arubanetworks.com) #show logging level verbose

LOGGING LEVELS
--------------
Facility Level Sub Categorey Process
-------- ----- ------------- -------
network warnings N/A N/A
network debugging N/A dhcpd
security warnings N/A N/A
system warnings N/A N/A
user warnings N/A N/A
wireless warnings N/A N/A

*Answers and views expressed by me on this forum are my own and not necessarily the position of Aruba Networks or Hewlett Packard Enterprise.*
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