MVIP Saving a Trace File

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    PRODUCT:

    MainView for IP


    COMPONENT:

    MainView for IP



    QUESTION:

    How to save a trace file


    ANSWER:

    1. Need to set a trace setting set to save Pkt at Shutdown = YES 
    Trace Settings........ 
    Pkttrace Wrap......... NO Skttrace Wrap......... YES 
    OSATrace Wrap......... YES Dattrace Wrap......... YES 
    Save Pkt at Shutdown.. YES 
    Packet Trace File..... xxxxx

    2. Procedure to save packet trace data to a data set upon recycle of the MainView for IP PAS

    https://docs.bmc.com/docs/display/BFX36/Saving+packet+trace+data+upon+recycle+of+MainView+for+IP+PAS

      

    Use the following procedure to save packet trace data to a data set upon recycle of the MainView for IP PAS.

    Before you begin

      

    You must allocate a data set before you can save packet trace upon recycle of the MainView for IP PAS. This process is not performed within the program. Allocate the data set with the following attributes:

      
       
    • Organization: PS

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    • Record format: VB

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    • Record Length: 27998

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    • Block Size: 32760

      

    To save packet trace data upon recycle of the MainView for IP PAS

      
       
    1. From the EZIP menu, select Product Administration (EZADMIN) in the Utilities section, and press Enter.

    2.  
    3. From the EZADMIN menu, select MVIP Configuration Settings (MVIPCNFD), and press Enter.

    4.  
    5. In the Save Pkt at Shutdown field, type YES or NO to enable or disable saving of packet trace data.
    6.  
    7. In the Packet Trace File field, type the name of the data set where MainView for IP should write the trace data when the PAS is shut down.

     


    Article Number:

    000156347


    Article Type:

    FAQ/Procedural



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