How to save Diagnostic Data through CLI and Shell

How to save Diagnostic Data through CLI and Shell

Diagnostic Data can be generated via CLI in Nodegrid
1. Login as admin and type this commands
     cd /system/toolkit

The data will be stored in /home/admin/logs/ and could be accessed through the File Manager.
SCP command can be used to transfer this data to another device.
Note: File Manager can be used via WebUI under System::Toolkit menu.

Follow these steps to get the Diagnostic Data via Shell
1. Login as root or type shell sudo su - from admin to go to shell
2. Type these commands,
     cd /usr/sbin/
The data will be stored in /tmp folder.

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