New in version 2.4.
|Removed in Ansible:|
|Why:||Updated modules released with more functionality|
|Alternative:||Use platform-specific “[netos]_logging” module|
| aggregate |
List of logging definitions.
| dest |
| || |
Destination of the logs.
| facility |
Set logging facility.
| level |
Set logging severity levels.
| name |
If value of
| purge |
| Default: |
Purge logging not defined in the aggregate parameter.
| state |
| || |
State of the logging configuration.
ansible_network_osnetwork platforms. See the Network Platform Options for details.
- name: configure console logging net_logging: dest: console facility: any level: critical - name: remove console logging configuration net_logging: dest: console state: absent - name: configure host logging net_logging: dest: host name: 192.0.2.1 facility: kernel level: critical - name: Configure file logging using aggregate net_logging: dest: file aggregate: - name: test-1 facility: pfe level: critical - name: test-2 facility: kernel level: emergency - name: Delete file logging using aggregate net_logging: dest: file aggregate: - name: test-1 facility: pfe level: critical - name: test-2 facility: kernel level: emergency state: absent
Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:
| commands |
|always, except for the platforms that use Netconf transport to manage the device.|| |
The list of configuration mode commands to send to the device
['logging console critical']
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