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    Monitoring the Redundancy Status of Line Modules

    Purpose

    Display redundancy information specific to line modules.

    Action

    To display the redundancy status of the line modules. 

    host1#show redundancy line-card
    
    automatic reverting is off
                                  backed
                                    up     sparing
           hardware    lockout      by       for     revert
    slot     role      config      slot     slot       at
    ----   --------   ---------   ------   -------   ------
     3       ---         ---       ---       ---      ---
     8      spare        ---       ---       ---      ---
     12    primary    protected    ---       ---      ---
             midplane   midplane
    slots      type       rev
    ------   --------   --------
    8 - 13      6          0

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show redundancy line-card command output fields.

    Table 1: show redundancy line-card Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    automatic reverting

    State of automatic reverting (on or off).

    slots

    Slots in which the line modules reside.

    hardware role

    Function of the line module: primary or spare.

    lockout config

    Status of redundancy on this line module:

    • protected—Line module redundancy is enabled
    • locked out—Line module redundancy is disabled

    backed up by slot

    Slot that contains the line module that is a spare for this primary line module.

    sparing for slot

    Slot that contains the primary line module for which this line module is a spare.

    revert at

    Time at which you want line module to revert.

    midplane type

    Identifier for the type of midplane.

    midplane rev

    Hardware revision number of the redundancy midplane.

     

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    Published: 2014-08-12