How does the S12700 write logs to eUSB card?

Created: May 20, 2019 17:11:43Latest reply: May 20, 2019 17:12:36 37 1 0 0
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How does the S12700 write logs to eUSB card?

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Official Created May 20, 2019 17:12:36 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hi there!

The logs are cached instead of being immediately written into the log files on the eUSB card. S12700 supports two methods to write the logs:

  • On the S12700, the cache can store 33 KB-logs. When the cache is full, the logs are written into the log file on the eUSB card.

  • You can also store the logs to the eUSB card manually. That is, run the save logfile command in the user view. The information in the cache can be immediately written into the log file on the eUSB card.
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All_About_Switch Official Created May 20, 2019 17:12:36 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hi there!

The logs are cached instead of being immediately written into the log files on the eUSB card. S12700 supports two methods to write the logs:

  • On the S12700, the cache can store 33 KB-logs. When the cache is full, the logs are written into the log file on the eUSB card.

  • You can also store the logs to the eUSB card manually. That is, run the save logfile command in the user view. The information in the cache can be immediately written into the log file on the eUSB card.
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  • convention:

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