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customer support    1
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documentation    
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IPMI    
configuring    12
local chassis information    
viewing
overview
power status of local controller    
viewing    12
powering controller    
local controller
remote controller
remote chassis information    
viewing
user account    
configuring    12
deleting
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user accounts    
viewing
IPMI SOL    1
connecting
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serial over LAN
SRC CLI    
IPMI Sensor Data Repository information
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technical support    
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Monitoring Sensor Data Repository Information Using the IPMI on a Local Chassis (SRC CLI)

Purpose

Display IPMI Sensor Data Repository readings and status on the local C Series Controller.

Note: The show ipmi sdr command is not supported, if the SRC software is deployed as a virtual machine.

Action

To display Sensor Data Repository information using IPMI:

user@host>show ipmi sdr
CPU0 below Tmax  | 53 degrees C      | ok
CPU1 below Tmax  | disabled          | ns
DIMM0 Area(RT3)  | 32 degrees C      | ok
PCI Area(RT2)    | 39 degrees C      | ok
CPU0 VCORE.      | 0.91 Volts        | ok
CPU1 VCORE       | disabled          | ns
3.3V             | 3.38 Volts        | ok
+12V             | 11.90 Volts       | ok
VBAT             | 3.30 Volts        | ok
5V               | 4.92 Volts        | ok
Sys.2(CPU 0)     | 3330 RPM          | ok
Sys.3(Front 1)   | 3420 RPM          | ok
Sys.4(Front 2)   | 3420 RPM          | ok
PS1 Present      | 0x02              | ok
PS1 PG           | 0x01              | ok
OTP1             | 0x01              | ok
PS1 FAN          | 0x01              | ok
PS2 Present      | 0x02              | ok
PS2 PG           | 0x01              | ok
OTP2             | 0x01              | ok
PS2 FAN          | 0x01              | ok

Related Documentation

Modified: 2016-05-27