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Locate internal events for Connector Update tasks

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Updated June 30, 2017

Overview

This article describes how to locate events in the LEM log for Connector Update tasks, such as updating tasks, enabling or disabling, failures, and so on.

Here are some examples of events that you might find in your log:

 

Environment

LEM 6.2.0 and later

Steps

  1. Connect to LEM via SSH or the Hypervisor Virtual Console.
  2. Go to the Manager menu and enter showlog.
  3. Press Shift+G to go to the end of the log.
  4. Press /, enter Connector, and then click Enter.
  5. Press N or Shift+N to go backward and forward in the log to see the previous or next events.

 

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