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how to find own system/config logs from log collector on log collector.

how to find own system/config logs from log collector on log collector.
Device is m-300 and PANOS 9.1.12

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Thank you for the post @cemalserin

 

For the System logs, you can get it from Panorama Manager by going to: Monitor > Logs > System, then you can filter logs based on Log Collector's Name or Serial Number. For example: ( device_name eq <Log Collector Name> ) or ( serial eq <Serial Number>). For more detailed System logs, you can get it from Log Collector's CLI: tail lines 500 mp-log ms.log

 

For the configuration logs, you can get it from Log Collector by going to CLI and issue: tail lines 500 mp-log configd.log

 

BTW, you mentioned you have M-300 running 9.1.12. Based on documentation, M-300 can only run 10.2 as of now.

 

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Pavel Kucera

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L6 Presenter

Thank you for the post @cemalserin

 

For the System logs, you can get it from Panorama Manager by going to: Monitor > Logs > System, then you can filter logs based on Log Collector's Name or Serial Number. For example: ( device_name eq <Log Collector Name> ) or ( serial eq <Serial Number>). For more detailed System logs, you can get it from Log Collector's CLI: tail lines 500 mp-log ms.log

 

For the configuration logs, you can get it from Log Collector by going to CLI and issue: tail lines 500 mp-log configd.log

 

BTW, you mentioned you have M-300 running 9.1.12. Based on documentation, M-300 can only run 10.2 as of now.

 

Kind Regards

Pavel Kucera

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Hi @cemalserin ,

 

In order to get better traction for this, I have moved your post to the General Topics area, as the Feedback area is only for feedback to the LIVE community. 

I would recommend that you visit the General Topics area to see and follo up on your discussion.

 

Cheers,

-Kiwi.

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Thank you @PavelK 

we have two M-600 appliance, M-300 is wrong information. 3 weeks ago one of both not reachable not pingable. Panorama hadn't shown any logs from either. we both had to restart.

I want to hide lines in ms-log. less patterns (slash, execution mark )  and grep invert-match pattern doesn't work.

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