Stops sending log messages to the specified target.
In a stack, this command is applicable only to Master and Backup nodes and not applicable to the standby nodes.
|console||Specifies the console display.|
|memory-buffer||Specifies the switch memory buffer.|
|nvram||Specifies the switch NVRAM.|
|primary-node||Specifies the primary node in a stack.|
|backup-node||Specifies the backup node in a stack.|
|session||Specifies the current session (including console display).|
|syslog||Specifies a syslog target.|
|all||Specifies all of the remote syslog servers.|
|ipaddress||Specifies the syslog host name or IP address.|
|ipPort||Specifies the UDP port number for the syslog target.|
|tls_port||Specifies remote Syslog server Transport Layer Security (TLS) for connection type.|
|tls_port||TLS port number.|
|vr_name||Specifies the virtual router
that can reach the server IP address.
Note: User-created VRs are supported only on the platforms listed for this feature in the Switch Engine 32.3 Feature License Requirements document..
|local0 ... local7||Specifies the local syslog facility.|
Enabled, for memory buffer, NVRAM, primary node, and backup node; all other targets are disabled by default.
This command stops sending messages to the specified target. By default, the memory buffer, NVRAM, primary node, and backup node targets are enabled. Other targets must be enabled before messages are sent to those targets.
Configuration changes to the session target are in effect only for the duration of the console display or Telnet session, and are not saved in FLASH. Changes to the other targets are saved to FLASH.
You can also use the following command to disable displaying the log on the console: disable log display
The disable log display command is equivalent to disable log target console-display command.
The following example disables log messages to the current session:
disable log target session
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 10.1.
The ipPort parameter was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.0.
The udp port parameter was added in ExtremeXOS 21.1.
Transport Layer Security (TLS) option added in ExtremeXOS 22.1.
This command is available on ExtremeSwitching 5320, 5420, 5520, and 5720 series switches.