Class CIM_LogInDeviceFile
extends CIM_Dependency

MessageLogs can reside in data files, on specially allocated storage areas such as disks or memory, or output as raw I/O streams. In fact, a single Log may use each of these mechanisms to output or capture its contents. The LogInDeviceFile association describes a Log outputting to a raw I/O stream DeviceFile - for example, a serial port on a UNIX system.

Class Hierarchy

CIM_Dependency
   |
   +--CIM_LogInDeviceFile

Direct Known Subclasses

None.

Class Qualifiers

NameData TypeValueScopeFlavors
AssociationbooleantrueNone OVERRIDABLE= false
DescriptionstringMessageLogs can reside in data files, on specially allocated storage areas such as disks or memory, or output as raw I/O streams. In fact, a single Log may use each of these mechanisms to output or capture its contents. The LogInDeviceFile association describes a Log outputting to a raw I/O stream DeviceFile - for example, a serial port on a UNIX system.None TRANSLATABLE= true

Association References

NameClass OriginReference Class
AntecedentCIM_LogInDeviceFileCIM_DeviceFile
DependentCIM_LogInDeviceFileCIM_MessageLog

Propagated Association References

NameClass OriginReference Class
AntecedentCIM_DependencyCIM_ManagedElement
DependentCIM_DependencyCIM_ManagedElement