I am new to Cisco Nexus 7000 Series NX-OS System of appliances.
I am looking for type of log events that are getting generated by CISCO Nexus 7000 switches.
Can someone help me with some documents which give me this references & some documents which have a log line explained.
Please help me.
Hello Mr. Mondal,
Thank you for posting, unfortunately the Cisco Support community is dedicate to Small business products only and also we do not support CLI.
And the Nexus 7000, is not considered as an Small business device.
In order to get an accurate and quick answer I recommend you to contact our Cisco support center and open a case.
Cisco network engineer
If you are familiar with Cisco ISR or Catalyst families - logs has pretty much the same format.
2012 Dec 21 16:44:02 switch %PLATFORM-2-PS_FANOK: Fan in Power supply 2 ok
Here you see:
4. class of message (service)
5. message itself
so in out example mesage you see that on Dec 21, at 16:44 system check "
PLATFORM-2-PS_FANOK" executed on "switch" ended with result - "Fan in Power supply 2 ok"
You can configure Cisco NX-OS devices using the command-line interface (CLI) or the XML management interface over Secure Shell (SSH) as follows:
CLI from an SSH session, a Telnet session, or the console port—You can configure devices using the CLI from an SSH session, a Telnet session, or the console port. SSH provides a secure connection to the device. For more information, see the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series NX-OS Fundamentals Configuration Guide, Release 5.x.
XML management interface over SSH—You can configure devices using the XML management interface, which is a programmatic method based on the NETCONF protocol that complements the CLI functionality. For more information, see the Cisco NX-OS XML Interface User Guide.
You can configure Cisco NX-OS devices using the Cisco DCNM client or from your own GUI as follows:
Cisco DCNM Client—You can configure devices using the Cisco DCNM client, which runs on your local PC and uses web services on the Cisco DCNM server. The Cisco DCNM server configures the device over the XML management interface. For more information about the Cisco DCNM client, see the Fundamentals Configuration Guide, Cisco DCNM for LAN, Release 5.x .
Custom GUI—You can create your own GUI to configure devices using the Cisco DCNM web services application program interface (API) on the Cisco DCNM server. You use the SOAP protocol to exchange XML-based configuration messages with the Cisco DCNM server. The Cisco DCNM server configures the device over the XML management interface. For more information about creating custom GUIs, see the Web Services API Guide, Cisco DCNM for LAN