Level L    , 'I'

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     Display Log FileInfo, I[Log]

    This command displays information about the specified log file.

  Input Parameters:

    0 - Log Number.
        This parameter specifies the number of the log whose information is to be displayed.
        If a Log Number is not entered, the Active Error Log will be displayed.
        The following are the default or special log files supported by the diagnostics:
        0x0000: ACTIVE_ERROR_LOG_ID - Indicates the currently active error log.
        0x0001: ACTIVE_ASCII_LOG_ID - Indicates the currently active ASCII log.
        0x0002: ACTIVE_RW_STATISTICS_LOG_ID - Indicates the currently active R/W statistics log.
        0xFFFA: QMON_STATISTICS_LOG_ID - Indicates QMON error map log.
        0xFFFB: SYMBOL_ERROR_MAP_LOG_ID - Indicates symbol error map log.
        0xFFFC: DEFAULT_ERROR_LOG_ID - Indicates the default error log.
        0xFFFD: DEFAULT_RW_STATISTICS_LOG_ID - Indicates the default R/W statistics log.
        0xFFFE: TEMPORARY_LOG_ID - This log is used internally for copy operations.
        0xFFFF: INVALID_LOG_ID - Indicates an invalid log.
          Type:    Unsigned 16-bit value
          Range:   0 to 0xFFFF
          Default: Active Error Log
  Output Data:

    If an error occurred, the following information will be displayed.
          "DiagError aaaaaaaa"
          aaaaaaaa is the Diagnostic Error Code

    If no error occurred, the following information will be displayed.
          "Log c d"
          "e Log
          "Starting System Area LBA = ffffffff"      (for a Disc Log or)
          "Starting Buffer Addr = gggggggg"          (for a Buffer Log)
          "Log Bytes = h, Log Entry Bytes = i, Max Entries = j, Valid Entries = k"
          c        is the log number
          d        is an ASCII string that specifies the log name
          e        is an ASCII string that specifies the log location and type
          ffffffff is the starting System Area LBA of a disc log
          gggggggg is the starting Buffer Address of a buffer log
          h        is the total size of the log file in bytes (including unused entries)
          i        is the size of a log file entry, in bytes
          j        is the maximum number of log entries
          k        is the number of log entries that are currently valid

    Example #1:
    To create a new user-defined error log as log 10 with 64KB of memory, display
    information about it, enable it as the active error log, and display the actual
    contents of the log:

       F3 L>/Lc10,0,0,10000   <-- Create a new error log as log 10 with 64KB.
       F3 L>/LI10             <-- Display error log 10 information
       F3 L>/LD10             <-- Display the new error log using Level L 'D'
       F3 L>/2E10             <-- Display the new error log using Level 2 'E'
       F3 2>/LE10             <-- Select and enable log 10
       F3 L>/LI               <-- Display current active error log information

  Revision History:

    0001.0000   Initial revision.
    0011.0000   Combined the PSG Diagnostic Error Codes (PSGDEC) and the Diagnostic External
                Test Service Error Codes (DETSEC) into a single set of Diagnostic Error Codes