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Nexus Logging Message Issue

Posted on 2013-06-28
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Hello Experts,

When viewing the show logs on Cisco Nexus device I keep on getting the following message:


2013 Jun 28 09:07:59 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 45 times
2013 Jun 28 09:09:00 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 45 times
2013 Jun 28 09:10:01 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 44 times
2013 Jun 28 09:11:02 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 45 times
2013 Jun 28 09:12:04 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 45 times

I believe this is by design in order conserve space. I think its activated by the following line shown in the log


2013 Jun 28 09:02:19 MX-N7K1-AGG1 %SYSLOG-6-SYSTEM_MSG : Logfile wrapped-around after exceeding max-size

Can someone please show me how stop this? I really would like to see each and every log message.

Cheers

Carlton
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eeRoot earned 500 total points
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Is your logging level set to debugging, or is any debugging enabled?  can you post the results of these commands?

show debug
show logging level
show logging info
show logging last 20
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Hi eeRoot,

The logging level is set to debug. However, no matter what the level I still keep on getting the repeats:

2013 Jun 28 09:07:59 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 45 times
2013 Jun 28 09:09:00 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 45 times
2013 Jun 28 09:10:01 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 44 times
2013 Jun 28 09:11:02 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 45 times
2013 Jun 28 09:12:04 MX-N7K1-AGG1 last message repeated 45 times


I would like to always be able to see full syslog message
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Cheers
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