The Cisco MGM server software stores a number of configuration files that you can use to select properties and change default values used in Cisco MGM operation. You can edit the files listed in this appendix using a standard UNIX text editor.
The cmgmvCtlrUserData.ini file is located at:
You can change Configuration Save and Restore defaults in the cmgmvCtrlUserData.ini file. The following values can be changed:
CMGMVConfigSaveDirRoot directory location; default value is <CEMFROOT>/..
CMGMVConfigSaveTimeouttftp or telnet timeout in seconds; default value is 1800 seconds
CMGMConfigSaveMaxnumMaximum number of concurrent tftp sessions; default value is 2
You can change Software Download defaults in the cmgmvCtrlUserData.ini file. The following values can be changed:
CMGMVImageDownloadTimeouttftp timeout in seconds; default value is 1800 seconds
CMGMVImageDownloadMaxnumMaximum number of concurrent tftp sessions; default value is 2
CMGMVImageDownloadTftpDelayDuration between tftp retries in seconds; default value is 60
CMGMVImageDownloadTftpRetrytftp retries; default value is 2
You can change the following SNMP Community String default in the cmgmvCtrlUserData.ini file:
MgxRWCommunityString1Read-Write MGX chassis community for PXM1-based devices; default value is POPEYE.
MgxRWCommunityString2 Read-Write MGX chassis community for PXM45 and PXM1E-based devices; default value is private.
Cisco MGM log files are located at:
Cisco MGM automatically moves log files to LoggercmgmCtlr.old after 30000 lines of information are logged. At that point, a new LoggercmgmvCtlr.log file is created.
To set logging levels for Cisco MGM files, perform the following steps:
Step 2 Change the loggingLevelMask value to your desired logging level. The loggingLevelMask value is a decimal number based on a 4-bit mask. The following levels are valid:
1 (0001): information
2 (0010): warning
4 (0100): debug
8 (1000): error
15 (1111): all
Step 3 For Cisco EMF logging, you must shut down and restart the Cisco EMF system for logging level changes to take effect.
Step 4 For Cisco MGM logging, you do not need to shutdown and restart the system for changes to take effect. Enter the following command to dynamically reset the Cisco MGM logging level:
where <process_id> is the id of the cmgmvCtlr process in your Unix system.
Posted: Fri Feb 7 12:18:57 PST 2003
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