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need the way to collect qlogic san switches Logs

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Dears

 

can you please advise about how to collect qlogic san switches Logs for analysis ?

 

I had some CLI guide before but cant find at the moment

 

Thanks

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https://support.qlogic.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1688

Information Gathering for Reporting a Fibre Channel Switch Problem

From the Switch Faceplate display in the QLogic Management tool (QLogic SANsurfer?, QuickTools, or QLogic Enterprise Fabric Suite?) perform the following:

Step 1) Click on the Switch drop-down menu.

Step 2) Select Download Support file.

Or, from the Command Line Interface:

Step 1) Log into the switch (Telnet or SSH).

Step 2) Run the 'create support' command.

After the Script has completed, log into http://support.qlogic.com and attach the dump_support.tgz file to the case.

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Information Gathering for Reporting a Fibre Channel Switch Problem

From the Switch Faceplate display in the QLogic Management tool (QLogic SANsurfer?, QuickTools, or QLogic Enterprise Fabric Suite?) perform the following:

Step 1) Click on the Switch drop-down menu.

Step 2) Select Download Support file.

Or, from the Command Line Interface:

Step 1) Log into the switch (Telnet or SSH).

Step 2) Run the 'create support' command.

After the Script has completed, log into http://support.qlogic.com and attach the dump_support.tgz file to the case.

great

 

yes thats the command I was trying to remember :) create Support

Thanks BudMan

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