CTRL + Z
show logging file
Monitoring and Logging System Information
Enable logging to the specified file. Optionally, you can
define a logging discriminator to help filter log messages
and set the severity of the messages to log.
• buffered — Enables logging to the RAM file (cache). If
the switch resets, the buffered logs are cleared.
• console — Enables logging to the screen when you are
connected to the CLI through the console port.
• file — Enables logging to the startup and operational log
files on the flash.
message discriminator to help filter log messages. The
characters. Spaces are not permitted.
desired severity level. For information about severity
levels, see Table 10-1.
Set the facility for logging messages. Permitted
values are local0, local1, local2, local3, local4, local5,
local 6, local7
Exit to Privileged EXEC mode.
Displays the state of logging and the syslog messages
stored in the internal buffer.
View information about the flash (persistent) log file.
Use to clear messages from the logging buffer.
— (Optional) Include a
can contain up to eight alphanumeric
— (Optional) Enter the number or name of the