|author||Abtin Keshavarzian <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue May 30 13:26:08 2023 -0700|
|committer||GitHub <email@example.com>||Tue May 30 13:26:08 2023 -0700|
[routing-manager] update logs (#9095) This commit updates logs in the `RoutingManager` module: - The log module name is changed to "RoutingManager". - State changes are logged (enabling, disabling, starting, etc.). - The `ScheduleRoutingPolicyEvaluation()` log will show the delay in both milliseconds and "<mm>:<ss>.<msec>" format(e.g. `05:15.234`). - Logging of PIOs and RIOs are harmonized (when preparing RA to send or processing a received RA). - Local on-link prefix logs are harmonized in `OnLinkPrefixManager`. - `RsSender` logs are simplified.
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