What really mean logs of dp-log and mp-log?

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What really mean logs of dp-log and mp-log?

L3 Networker

Hi All.

I want to know really means that logs of dp-log and mp-log as below. I think that logs would be very useful for troubleshoot when problem occur. please give me that logs info in detail.

admin@UQUEST_PANOS40_PA2050> less dp-log
brdagent.log         dp-monitor.log       dp-monitor.log.1     dp-monitor.log.2     dp-monitor.log.3     dp-monitor.log.4     ehmon.log            masterd.log         
masterd_core.log     masterd_detail.log   mprelay.log          pan_comm_0.log       pan_dha.log          pan_packet_diag.log  pan_task_1.log       pan_task_10.log     
pan_task_11.log      pan_task_12.log      pan_task_14.log      pan_task_15.log      pan_task_2.log       pan_task_3.log       pan_task_4.log       pan_task_5.log      
pan_task_6.log       pan_task_7.log       pan_task_8.log       pan_task_9.log       panio.log            panio.log.old        supervisor.log       sysdagent.log       

dmin@UQUEST_PANOS40_PA2050> less mp-log
appWeb.log                    authd.log                     botnet.log                    chasd.log                     cryptod.log                  
dagger.log                    dataplane-console-output.log  dataplane-down.log            devsrv.log                    dhcpd.log                    
dnsproxyd.log                 ehmon.log                     ez-qos-cfg.log                ha_agent.log                  ikemgr.log                   
indexgen.log                  ipstrc.bak                    ipstrc.log                    keymgr.log                    l3svcappWeb.log              
ldapd.log                     logrcvr.log                   masterd.log                   masterd_core.log              masterd_detail.log           
masterd_manager-apps.log      masterd_manager-infra.log     mgmt_fb.log                   mp-monitor.log                mp-monitor.log.2             
mp-monitor.log.3              mp-monitor.log.4              ms.log                        nf_conntrack.log              pan-ez-agent.log             
pan_bc_download.log           pan_netconfig_agent.log       pan_url_download.log          paninstaller_content.log      panlogs-partition.log        
pdtrc.log                     php.debug.log                 pppoed.log                    rasmgr.log                    routed.log                   
sslmgr.log                    sslvpn.log                    stats_service.log             sysd.log                      sysdagent.log                
varrcvr.log                   mp-monitor.log.1





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L4 Transporter

One set is the for the management plane and the other is the data plane. Smiley Happy

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L3 Networker


Unfortunately the detailed log information is propriatary to engineering and not available for us to provide.

L4 Transporter

One set is the for the management plane and the other is the data plane. Smiley Happy

L4 Transporter

My appologies you had to work with PA-2050. I understand the pain you went through during commits 🙂

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