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This command enables a Configuration Wizard for the installation of a logger server. There are two operation modes available: Standalone or Integrated, the difference between these being:


Standalone

In this operation mode, the server is used exclusively for remote logging, it cannot be used for any other function. It is mandatory to use the Blockbit firmware.


Integrated

This operation mode allows you to use the local GSM itself where the manager is installed as a logger server. However, it is necessary to devote an entire disk only to this function, regardless of whether it is virtual or physical.


How to use:


Example 1: For the installation of a standalone logger it is necessary to choose this mode of operation when requested in "Enter the logger operating mode", next we will analyze each of the options that appear in the wizard:


Command Line Interface – logger-config – Example 1


  • Interface: GSM interface type. E.g.: eth0;
  • IP address: GSM IP address. E.g.: 172.31.102.236;
  • Mask: GSM network mask. E.g.: 255.255.0.0;
  • Gateway: Determines the GSM gateway. E.g.:172.31.0.1;
  • DNS: Determines the GSM DNS. E.g.:172.16.102.148;
  • Timezone: Determines the time zone with which GSM has been configured. E.g.: America / Sao_Paulo;
  • Timezone: Determines the time zone with which GSM has been configured. E.g.: America / Sao_Paulo;
  • Generate Key: To generate the secret key, type "y" and press "enter". It is important to save this sequence because it will be used during the creation of the Logger in the GSM Analyzer visual interface (check “Create Logger Device”).

    Note that if the user chooses that a key is not generated when the prompt displays "Generate Key?", you can use the command "logger-key -c" or perform "logger-config" again.

At the end of the wizard you should see results similar to those shown by the image below:


Command Line Interface – logger-config – Standalone


Example 2: For the installation of an integrated logger it is necessary to opt for this mode of operation when requested in "Enter the logger operating mode". Next, we will analyze each of the options that appear in the wizard:


Command Line Interface – logger-config – Example 2


  • Disk: Determines the disk in which the logger will be installed. You will see a summary of the disks that make up the appliance, and their status (for example, "Available" represents an available disk and "System" a disk used by the system). You must enter the directory of the disk that will be used. After this step, a message warning that the entire disk will be used and not just a partition will appear, to proceed, type "y" and press "enter". Ex: / dev / sdb;
  • Generate Key: To generate the secret key, type "y" and press "enter". It is important to save this sequence because it will be used during the creation of the Logger in the GSM Analyzer visual interface (check “Create Logger Device”).

    Note that if the user chooses that a key is not generated when the prompt displays "Generate Key?", you can use the command "logger-key -c" or perform "logger-config" again.

At the end of the wizard you should see results similar to those shown by the image below:


Command Line Interface – logger-config – Integrated

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