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...  This command replaces the EOS CLI prompt with an SQLite prompt.switch#event-monitor interact sqlite> This command exits SQLite and returns to the EOS CLI prompt.sqlite> .quit switch# event-monitor ...
Managing eos Extensions The most simple and efficient way to make the most of the extensibility on which eos is built is through the use of extensions. An extension is a pre-packaged optional feature ...
... sections: Managing the switch Name System Clock and Time Protocols Managing Display Attributes Logging of Event Notifications Event Monitor Managing eos Extensions switch administration commands ...
... device: switch (DCS-7150S-64-CL, eos-4.13.2F) ! vlan 3-4 ! username john secret 5 $1$a7Hjept9$TIKRX6ytkg8o.ENja.na50 ! hostname sales1 ip name-server vrf default 172.17.0.22 dns domain samplecorp.org ! end switch#  ...
... eos version. This chapter discusses enabling the SNMP agent on an Arista switch and controlling notification transmissions from the agent. Information on using SNMP management systems is available in ...
... full10G Not Present Et4/7 connected1 full10G Not Present Et4/8 connected1 full10G Not Present Et4/9 connected1 full10G Not Present switch> Referencing Multi-lane Ports eos supports two types of ...
...  Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting Overview This section contains the following topics: Methods Configuration Statements Encryption Methods The switch controls access to eos ...
Event Monitor The event monitor writes system event records to local files for access by SQLite database commands. Note: Beginning with release eos-4.20.5F, event-monitor is not enabled by default. ...
... of the time source or, if that source has an IPv6 address, the first four octets of the MD5 hash of that IPv6 address. In eos releases prior to 4.23.2, show ntp status identified the system peer by  ...
... point for eos commands. The prompt command configures the contents of the prompt. The no prompt command returns the prompt to the default of %H%P. Characters allowed in the prompt include A-Z, a-z, 0-9, ...