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How to pull MST logs from CM & save the file to provide it to Avaya

How to pull MST logs from CM & save the file to provide it to Avaya

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Hi All,

Can someone Suggest me how to pull MST logs from CM so that it can be used by Avaya for analyzing it.

Thanks,
A

RE: How to pull MST logs from CM & save the file to provide it to Avaya

I'd think Avaya would do it or tell you how. An MST can be configured many different ways that they'd generally want to do as well.

RE: How to pull MST logs from CM & save the file to provide it to Avaya

the forum has a search facility that works pretty well you know , any way im feeling kind today so here you go.


http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1778604

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RE: How to pull MST logs from CM & save the file to provide it to Avaya

mst messages are stored in /var/log/ecs/2017-09xx.log files
There are 1000 201x-xxxx.log files that are each 1MB. mst messages
are but a small part of these files.

With the trace analyzer turned on, you can decode and store
into files on the server.

Below - 2017 August 25 00:01 to 2017 Sept 01 12:00 will be decoded.
from Linux command line:

(Read)
sudo logc -t 20170825:0001-20170901:1200 --view mta | less

(Redirect output to file)
sudo logc -t 20170825:0001-20170901:1200 --view mta > /var/home/ftp/pub/mst_trace_4th_week_august.txt

(Read)
vi /var/home/ftp/pub/mst_trace_4th_week_august.txt

cd /var/home/ftp/pub;tar cvfz trace.tar.gz mst_trace_4th_week_august.txt

The new file trace.tar.gz is compressed to about 9% size of the txt file which makes it smaller to copy off the server.
tar xBfz trace.tar.gz will decompress and unzip back to original txt


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