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show chassis environment service-node

 

Syntax

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 13.3 for PTX5000 routers with CSE2000.

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 13.3R4 for PTX3000 routers with CSE2000.

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 17.2 for PTX10008 Routers.

Description

Display environmental information about the CSE2000 service cards.

Options

noneDisplay environmental information about both the service cards of CSE2000.
slot slot-number(Optional) Slot number for the CSE2000 service card. Replace slot-number with 0 or 1.

Required Privilege Level

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Related Documentation

List of Sample Output

show chassis environment service-node slot 1

show chassis environment service-node

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show chassis environment service-node command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show chassis environment service-node Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

State

State of the service card:

  • Offline: Service card is powered down.

  • Ready: Service card is in intermediate or transition state.

  • Online: Service card is online and running.

  • Empty: No service card is present.

D_SAS2308_TEMP_D Temperature

Temperature of sensors near the Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) controller for the bottom service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 75°C or 167°F.

D_PCH_TEMP_DET Temperature

Temperature of sensors near the Platform Controller Hub for the bottom service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 75°C or 167°F.

D_DDR3_TEMP_DET Temperature

Temperature of sensors near the DDR3 memory for the bottom service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 75°C or 167°F.

D_CPU0_TEMP_DET Temperature

Temperature of the CPU0 for the bottom service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 85°C or 185°F.

D_CPU1_TEMP_DET Temperature

Temperature of the CPU1 for the bottom service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 85°C or 185°F.

U_SAS2308_TEMP_D Temperature

Temperature of sensors near the Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) controller for the upper service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 75°C or 167°F.

U_PCH_TEMP_DET Temperature

Temperature of sensors near the Platform Controller Hub for the upper service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 75°C or 167°F.

U_DDR3_TEMP_DET Temperature

Temperature of sensors near the DDR3 memory for the upper service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 75°C or 167°F.

U_CPU0_TEMP_DET Temperature

Temperature of the CPU0 for the upper service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 85°C or 185°F.

U_CPU1_TEMP_DET Temperature

Temperature of the CPU1 for the upper service card.

The temperature threshold values:

  • Lower temperature threshold: 5°C or 41°F.

  • Upper temperature threshold: 85°C or 185°F.

Power

The left column displays the label assigned to the voltage sensor. The right column displays the current reading from the voltage sensor. List of voltage sensors:

Note: The prefix D indicates the voltage sensor for the bottom service card and the prefix U indicates the voltage sensor for the upper service card.

  • P1V5_VDDQ_CPU0: I/O supply voltage for the CPU0.

  • P1V5_VDDQ_CPU1: I/O supply voltage for the CPU1.

  • PVTT_CPU0: CPU0 uncore voltage. The PVTT_CPUx provides power to the VCCPPA, VCCPCA, VCCPDTTA pins of the CPU.

  • PVTT_CPU1: CPU1 uncore voltage. The PVTT_CPUx provides power to the VCCPPA, VCCPCA, VCCPDTTA pins of the CPU.

  • PVCCP_CPU0: CPU0 core voltage. The PVCCP_CPUx voltage regulator provides power to the processor’s cores.

  • PVCCP_CPU1: CPU1 core voltage. The PVCCP_CPUx voltage regulator provides power to the processor’s cores.

  • P3V3: 3.3 VDC power rail.

  • P5V: 5 VDC power rail.

  • P12V: 12 VDC power rail.

  • PSU1_5VSB: PSU1 5v standby power rail.

  • PSU1_+12V: PSU1 12 VDC power rail.

  • PSU2_5VSB: PSU2 5 V standby power rail.

  • PSU2_+12V: PSU2 12 VDC power rail.

Item

Fan item identifier.

Status

Status of the fan:

  • OK

  • Failed

RPM

Fan speed in revolutions per minute (RPM).

Measurement

Fan speed status based on different chassis cooling requirements:

  • Spinning at normal speed—The fan is running at the normal speed (within the available range of 0 through 17,400 RPM).

  • Spinning at high speed—The fan is running at high speed that exceeds 75% of the available range of the fan (0 through the maximum speed of the fan). The maximum speed of a fan on the service card is 23,200 RPM. This means, if the speed of the fan is more than or equal to 17,400 RPM, then it is labeled as running at high speed.

  • Failure—The fan is not working or is removed.

Sample Output

show chassis environment service-node slot 1

user@host> show chassis environment service-node slot 1

Sample Output

show chassis environment service-node

user@host> show chassis environment service-node