The --binary-display-maxlen parameter specifies the maximum number of bytes to display when dumping the contents of a binary value. Normally a message will be displayed showing the name and length.


If this parameter is set to a value greater than zero then a standard 8-byte per line hex dump of the binary type will also be displayed for a maximum number of bytes set by this parameter.


The default value is 0.


The binary-display-maxlen parameter can be set via the command line when booting netconfd-pro:


user@system> netconfd-pro --binary-display-maxlen=100


or configured in netconfd-pro's configuration file, usually /etc/yumapro/netconfd-pro.conf:


#
#### leaf binary-display-maxlen
#
# The maximum number of bytes to display when dumping
# the contents of a binary value. Normally a message
# will be displayed showing the name and length.
#
# If this parameter is set to a value greater than zero
# then a standard 8-byte per line hex dump of the
# binary type will also be displayed for a maximum number
# of bytes set by this parameter.
#
# binary-display-maxlen 0
#
binary-display-maxlen 100