7. MAINTENANCE OPERATION
7.5.1 Log information collection command (logsave)
logsave - Collecting log information
logsave [-e file name][Directory]
The logsave command saves the data used for preventive maintenance and post-failure analysis of
problems. The data is compressed and recorded as one file (File name: logsave.dat).
The following options are available for this command. If no options are specified, the logsave
directory, is created under the system drive (usually C:\) and the data is saved under that directory.
-e file name: The data previously saved by the logsave command will be decompressed. For the
file name, specify the absolute path of the file you want to decompress. If this option
is not used, the logsave command will save the data.
Directory: When the -e option is not used, specify the directory where you want to store the saved
data. If this option is not used, a directory, the logsave directory, is created under the
system drive (usually C:\) and the data is saved under that directory.
When the -e option is used, specify the directory where you want to store the
decompressed data. If this option is not used, the data is decompressed under the
Table 7-3 shows the information collected by the logsave command.
Windows® event log file
RAS software log data
RAS software user configuration
Windows® version information
Minimum memory dump
Output of the RAS information display
Output of the ipconfig command
RAID log data
Table 7-3 Information Saved by logsave
Backup of the event log file
RAS software operation log
User configuration definition file of the pop-up
Version information of the Windows® system files and
Files under the directory used for storing a minimum
System information including hardware resources and
Status of the equipment such as the status of the fan and
the temperature inside the chassis and configuration
information of the RAS software
Network that sets information
RAID operational log (D Model only)