[ovs-discuss] [Question] how can I set debug log level

Margin Hu jhu_com at qq.com
Tue Jun 27 21:47:13 UTC 2017


ok, your command is useful, thanks.


On 6/28 5:33, Ben Pfaff wrote:
> You can't choose to log just a single controller.  You might use
> "ovs-ofctl monitor <switch> watch:" to view the changes to a switch's
> flow table.
>
> On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 10:57:48AM +0800, Margin Hu wrote:
>> both are ok , In facts , I prefer to disable the logging of controller.
>>
>>
>> On 6/20 10:50, Ben Pfaff wrote:
>>> On June 20, 2017 10:36:17 AM GMT+08:00, Margin Hu <jhu_com at qq.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>     yes , how to do ?
>>>
>>>
>>>     On 6/20 10:28, Ben Pfaff wrote:
>>>
>>>         Do you want to disable the logging or the controller? On Tue,
>>>         Jun 20, 2017 at 10:23:39AM +0800, Margin Hu wrote:
>>>
>>>             thanks , you're right , I can capture the changement as
>>>             following:
>>>             340483:2017-06-20T02:17:20.825Z|62030|vconn|DBG|unix:
>>>             received: OFPT_FLOW_MOD (xid=0x2): ADD actions=NORMAL
>>>             340486:2017-06-20T02:17:20.825Z|62033|connmgr|INFO|provision<->unix:
>>>             1 flow_mods in the last 0 s (1 adds)
>>>             341089:2017-06-20T02:18:29.545Z|62376|vconn|DBG|unix:
>>>             received: NXT_FLOW_MOD_TABLE_ID (xid=0x2): enable
>>>             341092:2017-06-20T02:18:29.545Z|62379|vconn|DBG|unix:
>>>             received: OFPT_FLOW_MOD (xid=0x4): ADD table:1
>>>             actions=NORMAL
>>>             341095:2017-06-20T02:18:29.545Z|62382|connmgr|INFO|provision<->unix:
>>>             1 flow_mods in the last 0 s (1 adds)
>>>             341754:2017-06-20T02:19:35.742Z|62746|vconn|DBG|unix:
>>>             received: NXT_FLOW_MOD_TABLE_ID (xid=0x2): enable
>>>             341757:2017-06-20T02:19:35.742Z|62749|vconn|DBG|unix:
>>>             received: OFPT_FLOW_MOD (xid=0x4): DEL table:1
>>>             actions=drop but the ovs-vswitchd.log is filled with
>>>             useless info such as:
>>>             2017-06-20T02:21:31.658Z|63348|vconn|DBG|tcp:127.0.0.1:6633:
>>>             received: OFPST_PORT_DESC request (OF1.3)
>>>             (xid=0x61e993ec): port=ANY
>>>             2017-06-20T02:21:31.658Z|63349|vconn|DBG|tcp:127.0.0.1:6633:
>>>             sent (Success): OFPST_PORT_DESC reply (OF1.3)
>>>             (xid=0x61e993ec): 1(bond0): addr:24:8a:07:55:41:e8 config:
>>>             0 state: 0 speed: 0 Mbps now, 0 Mbps max 2(phy-provision):
>>>             addr:26:40:cc:43:82:5d config: 0 state: 0 speed: 0 Mbps
>>>             now, 0 Mbps max LOCAL(provision): addr:24:8a:07:55:41:e8
>>>             config: 0 state: 0 speed: 0 Mbps now, 0 Mbps max
>>>             "tcp:127.0.0.1:6633" seems is a controller, I don't know
>>>             what goodness after use it , do you know ? how can I
>>>             disable it ? On 6/20 9:52, Ben Pfaff wrote:
>>>
>>>                 On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 08:49:23AM +0800, Margin Hu
>>>                 wrote:
>>>
>>>                     My openvswitch version is
>>>                     openvswitch-2.6.1-4.1.git20161206.el7.x86_64 , can
>>>                     you appoint out set which module for my target ?
>>>                     [root at cloud-sz-master-b12-02 ~]# ovs-appctl vlog/list
>>>
>>>                 I suggest "ovs-appctl vlog/set vconn".
>>>
>>>             --
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>>>
>>>
>>> Which one?
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