vport-settings-modify

vPort information is collected and stored on a disk on the switch at specific intervals. This command is used to modify the vPort settings.

Syntax   vport-settings-modify

Specify one or more of the following options:

vport-disk-space vport-disk-space-number

Specify the amount of disk space for vPorts. The default is 500M.

stats-max-memory stats-max-memory-number

Specify the maximum memory for collecting vPort information. The default memory is 50M.

stats-log-enable|
stats-log-disable

Specify if you want to enable or disable logs for vPort statistics. Enabled by default.

stats-log-interval duration: #d#h#m#s

Specify the interval between logging events. The default is one minute.

stats-log-disk-space disk-space-number

Specify the amount of disk space for vPort logs. The default is 50M.

system-stats-log-enable|system-stats-log-
disable

Specify if you want to enable or disable logging for the system. Enabled by default.

system-stats-log-
interval duration: #d#h#m#s 

Specify the interval between logging events. The default is one minute.

system-stats-log-disk-
space disk-space-number

Specify the disk space for system statistics. The default is 50M.

Defaults   See individual parameters.

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in Version 2.2.

Usage   Use the command to modify vPort settings to collect vPort information.

Examples  To modify the vPort disk space from 500M to 1G, use the following syntax:

CLI network-admin@switch > vport-settings-modify vport-disk-space 1G

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