I was wondering:
1) What is "persistent" logging? What is a "syslog persistent file"? (see manual)
( set logging local console enable **file enable** )
What file are we talking about? current.log?
I believe that one is written either way, even when persistent logging is not enabled (see example at the end)
2) How do I get rid of the
SIM[xxxx]: sntp_client.c(2109) .... %% SNTP has changed system time
messages of level "notice".
Which application (show logging application) is generating this?
Can I decrease the logging level there? Would I then potentially miss other more important messages of that application and in that level?
Why does it have to change time all the time anyway, does the built-in clock drift that much?
See both things here (B/C-series in that case, FW 6.61):
(rw)->show file logs/current.log
<165>Jan 2 16:44:23 192.168.xxx-1 SIM: sntp_client.c(2109) 10862260 %% SNTP has changed system time.
(rw)->show logging local
Syslog Console Logging enabled
Syslog File Logging disabled
Syslog Security Audit Logging disabled