logging size 10
notify syslog contenttype plaintext
now show archive shows me following:
The next archive file will be named tftp://IP.IP.IP.IP/path/hostname.cfg-<timestamp>-0
a) what if i do not wish to have the timestamp appended?
if i specify the path like following i can atleast choose where the timestamp is inserted:
now the file received on the tftp server looks like the following:
i don't like the format, is there any way to change or set it manually?
if not, i come back to question a), can i somehow turn it off?
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do you know if there are plans in order to have a customizable timestamp format such as
dd/mm/yyyy MIN/SEC done via variables?
The overall s***y format cannot be changed, but the 'service timestamps log' can change some of what gets logged.
I would find the people responsible and fire them. While I commend the adding of a timestamp, the absolute lack of control over it's format and usage is absolutely horrible. Who in their right mind thinks that's a good format? Add to it, there's no way to turn off the now completely unnecessary revision tag. (the "-#" at the end.)
If I had a covered (read: non-EOL'd) device, you bet there'd be bugs logged against it.