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What's the mean about the promote symbol 'CP1' in the VSP 4850 switch show logfile command

  • 8 August 2019
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What's the mean about the promote symbol 'CP1' in the VSP 4850 switch show logfile command ?
Can I change it to another word ? like 'vspswitch '

CP1 [03/20/70 06:48:48.072] 0x0027458a 00000000 GlobalRouter SW INFO Chassis reboot initiated from CLI
CP1 [03/20/70 06:48:48.182] 0x0000c5e7 00300001.203 DYNAMIC SET GlobalRouter HW INFO Link Down(1/12)
CP1 [03/20/70 06:48:48.197] 0x0000c5e7 00300001.205 DYNAMIC SET GlobalRouter HW INFO Link Down(1/14)

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Best answer by Ludovico Stevens 8 August 2019, 09:48

VOSS can operate on chassis platforms also, like the VSP8600 which can have dual CPUs, independant IO modules and switch fabrics. In that case you could see log messages for CP1,CP2,IO1,IO2,SF1, etc..
But on a VSP4850 CP1 is all you'll see.
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Hi,

CP1 here generally means CPU and no it cannot be changed. It is as per design. You can edit BEB-36 though using the command snmp-server name

DILRAJ
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VOSS can operate on chassis platforms also, like the VSP8600 which can have dual CPUs, independant IO modules and switch fabrics. In that case you could see log messages for CP1,CP2,IO1,IO2,SF1, etc..
But on a VSP4850 CP1 is all you'll see.
Hi,

CP1 here generally means CPU and no it cannot be changed. It is as per design. You can edit BEB-36 though using the command snmp-server name

DILRAJ

Will, I see.....Thank you for your help.
VOSS can operate on chassis platforms also, like the VSP8600 which can have dual CPUs, independant IO modules and switch fabrics. In that case you could see log messages for CP1,CP2,IO1,IO2,SF1, etc..
But on a VSP4850 CP1 is all you'll see.



O.K, I see.....Thank you for your help.

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