View History, paying special attention to the daily routine overlays (i.e., DROL) and their results.
VHST [HST] HELP
FOLLOWING COMMANDS CAN BE SHORTENED FIND AAAA - SEARCH FOR STRING AAAA FIND - SEARCH FOR LAST ENTERED STRING BFIND AAAA - BACKWARD SEARCH FOR STRING AAAA BFIND - BACKWARD SEARCH FOR LAST ENTERED STRING UP X - MOVE MARKER UP X LINES UP TOP - MOVE MARKER TO THE TOP OF FILE DOWN X - MOVE MARKER DOWN X LINES DOWN BOT - MOVE MARKER TO THE BOTTOM OF FILE PREV X - MOVE MARKER UP X LINES AND DISPLAY IN-BETWEEN LINES PREV TOP - MOVE MARKER TO THE TOP OF FILE AND DISPLAY IN-BETWEEN LINES NEXT X - MOVE MARKER DOWN X LINES AND DISPLAY IN-BETWEEN LINES NEXT BOT - MOVE MARKER TO THE BOTTOM OF FILE AND DISPLAY IN-BETWEEN LINES RESET - ERASE THE ACTIVE VHST FILE % ON/OFF - TURN ON/OFF FILE POSITION LOCATOR HELP - DISPLAY VHST COMMAND SET HST - VIEW THE SYSTEM HISTORY FILE TRF - VIEW THE SYSTEM TRAFFIC FILE TTYLOG X - VIEW THE LOG FILE FOR TTY X
VHST [HST] DOWN BOT
Performing a NEXT BOT command will move the marker to the bottom of the file, and display in-between lines. Viewing the history in this fashion simplifies the Telecom Analyst’s job of searching the history by keeping track of the last history entry viewed by the Analyst and starting from that position in the history.
When performing this step from the on site maintenance terminal, the Telecom Analyst may wish to view the history one page at a time, without printing the history to the printer. In this case, the NEXT 23 command should be used to output 23 lines of history at a time.
- Include any bug codes, note repeat codes as such in advisory.
- Include any digital sets programmed that may appear in daily routine but are left programmed intentionally.
- Include any trunking issues, note repeat codes as such in advisory.
- Include any minor alarms that may repeat and actions being taken to troubleshoot/resolve
- Include resolution of any previous alarm/error codes
- Include any repeat PRI/DTI counters that are not clear at time of daily routine (DROL LD 60 / PRI TRK & DTI TRK)