[dev] vtysh wrong command log - where does it go?
qlyoung at cumulusnetworks.com
Wed Aug 21 09:48:10 EDT 2019
Run "vtysh -b" after FRR is started and you should see the
incorrect commands, vtysh will warn about them. This is what is done to
apply frr.conf on startup.
FRR doesn't log incorrect commands by default right now since that would
add noise to the log file if you make normal mistakes while in an
interactive session. I agree it would be helpful if we logged config issues
On Wed, Aug 21, 2019, 9:08 AM Michal Ruprich <michalruprich at gmail.com>
> so when I am using the vtysh and typing in commands manually, when I
> enter a wrong or non-existing command, I receive an error: '%Unknown
> command: COMMAND'. But how do I find out that some of the commands from
> my frr.conf file were wrong? I tried both 'log file' and 'log stdout'
> together with 'log commands'. With 'log file' and 'log commands' when I
> start frr, I can see the commands that were read from the frr.conf, but
> when there is a wrong command, no error shows up. Is this correct? The
> command is simply skipped.
> Now with 'log stdout' I am really not sure where the output gets
> redirected. In vtysh I don't see any logs showing up on the screen.
> Maybe I am missing something here? Do I miss some configuration
> somewhere to redirect the stdout somewhere? I was kind of assuming I
> would see the logs in the vtysh itself - sort of how on Cisco devices.
> If anyone could share some insight on this, I would be grateful. Thanks.
> Michal Ruprich
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