[genivi-dlt] Message buffer overflow message

Hayes, Malcolm mhayes2 at jaguarlandrover.com
Fri Apr 22 11:22:20 EDT 2016


Hi,

We have connected the DLT viewer (2.14.1 version) to our system and have
set the log level for all software components reporting DLT log events to
the Daemon to VERBOSE (not recommended I know) We have been seeing the
following messages appearing in DLT logs on the viewer:


Appid <appid of reporting component>  context id DC1  Type Response Payload
 [message_buffer_overflow ok] 00 01 00 00

This appears to be the reporting software component responding to a control
message from the viewer, but we are not sure what the control message is
supposed to do and why the viewer would be sending it to the reporting
software component and not the Daemon.

When is message_buffer_overflow sent by the viewer?

Regards,

Malcolm


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