No rebooting when syslog level changing
Last modified date: 2016/11/29 views: 636
Description


Introduce the difference in syslog level switching between V72 (or lower versions) and V73 (or higher versions).


Cause


Most of the time, our customer needs to export syslog (level 6) file for further analysis. It can help us our customer more convenient to export the file for us.


Resolution


In V72 or lower versions, when we set the syslog as level 6, then the phone will reboot to make the change take effect no matter via web interface or auto provision.

Compared with them, in V73 or higher version,

via web interface, when we set the syslog as level 6, phone won’t reboot like before.

But via auto provision, it’s the same as before that it needs to reboot to take effect.

The auto provision can be seen as below:

#!version:1.0.0.1

##It configures the detail level of syslog information to be exported.0 means nothing and 6 means all.

##The default value is 3.It takes effect after a reboot.Integer from 0 to 6

syslog.log_level =


More Information

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Product Type
CP860 , SIP-T48G , SIP-T46G , SIP-T42G , SIP-T41P , SIP-T29G , SIP-T27P , SIP-T23G , SIP-T23P , W52P , Expansion microphone CPE80 , Yealink DECT Repeater RT10 , Yealink Bluetooth USB Dongle , LCD Expansion Module EXP40 , Wireless Headset Adapter EHS36 , Call Center Headset YHS32 , VP530 , SIP-T38G , SIP-T32G , SIP-T28P , SIP-T26P , SIP-T22P , SIP-T21P , SIP-T20P , SIP-T19P , IP Phone Expansion Module EXP38 , LCD Expansion Module EXP39
Version
V73 or higher versions
200/200
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