log <which> <level>
<which> = [svas-client|client|nfsd|mountd|remote|svas-remote|all|none]
<level> = [on|off|trace|info|error|internal|fatal]
turns on and off logging of errors, and
changes the logging level.
NB: this is not the same logging as that which is done for recovery!
The first argument indicates which server's activity interests you.
is the server that handles requests from Shore clients.
is the server that handles requests from remote Shore Value-Added Servers.
is the Shore NFS server.
means all kinds of server activity.
turns off logging for all server activity.
argument indicates what kind of logging interests you.
These values are related to the logging levels of
(the highest level)
is for detailed tracing of the server.
is for informational messages.
is for errors (usually user errors) detected by the server.
is for internal errors detected by the server.
(the lowest level)
is for messages given prior to the server's aborting.
turns off all logging for the given server.
Each logging level is subsumed by its next higher
logging level; for example, if
a server's logging level is
all kinds of errors are also logged, but trace messages are not.
Logging is available only in the server process.
This manual page applies to Version 1.1.1 of the Shore software.
The Shore project is sponsored by the Advanced Research Project Agency, ARPA
order number 018 (formerly 8230), monitored by the U.S. Army Research
Laboratory under contract DAAB07-91-C-Q518.
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