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Cisco Bug: CSCun39380 - Need option to send Health Report to an FTP/SFTP destination from usmcli

Last Modified

Feb 11, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS)

Known Affected Releases

4.4(2)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
There needs to be an option  to send the Health Report to an FTP/SFTP destination from usmcli.
Currently this is not possible.  The only way to do this is via an email using the ?Health_email? option.

The options that are available are as follows:

|Health_dest   |testftp   |Destination to copy health reports to           |
|Health_email  |emailtest |Destination to email health report to           |

See below output:
=>[destinations] # logging

Documented commands (type "help menu | <topic>"):
=================================================
[performance]        apply                history              list
send                 send_transaction     set                  show
view                 exit

List of configurable options (show, set):
----------------------------------------
|OPTION        |VALUE     |DESCRIPTION                                     |
|------        |-----     |-----------                                     |
|Health_dest   |testftp   |Destination to copy health reports to           |
|Health_email  |emailtest |Destination to email health report to           |
|Apache_debug  |True      |Set Apache debug logging True or False          |
|Nginx_debug   |False     |Set Nginx debug logging True or False           |
|Iptcore_debug |False     |Set Iptcore debug logging True or False         |
|Platform      |False     |Set platform debug logging True or False        |
|Application   |True      |Set application debug logging True or False     |
|Remote_syslog |None      |Send syslog message to IP; disable with 0.0.0.0 |


When selecting the ?Health_dest? option:
|Health_dest   |testftp   |Destination to copy health reports

It sends the entire log folder (example logs_2014-02-25.zip) which is a very large file  as opposed to only the Health Report.
This should only be the Health Report.

Conditions:
All current VOSS/CUCDM Versions
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