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Dell™ OpenManage™
Server Administrator
Version 5.2

Command Line Interface

User's Guide
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  • Page 1: Command Line Interface

    Dell™ OpenManage™ Server Administrator Version 5.2 Command Line Interface User's Guide w w w . d e l l . c o m | s u p p o r t . d e l l . c o m...

  • Page 2: Notes And Notices

    Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Dell Inc. is strictly forbidden. Trademarks used in this text: Dell, the DELL logo, PowerEdge, and OpenManage are trademarks of Dell Inc.; Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, MS-DOS, and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation; SUSE is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ....... . . What's New for Version 5.2 Using CLI Commands from Windows Command Prompts Primary CLI Commands CLI Error Checking and Error Messages...

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    omreport chassis fancontrol omreport chassis firmware omreport chassis frontpanel omreport chassis fru omreport chassis info omreport chassis intrusion omreport chassis leds omreport chassis memory omreport chassis nics omreport chassis ports omreport chassis processors omreport chassis pwrsupplies omreport chassis remoteaccess omreport chassis slots omreport chassis temps omreport chassis volts omreport system Commands...

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    omconfig chassis ....... . omconfig chassis biossetup omconfig chassis bmc .

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    Adding Depreciation Information Example Commands for Adding Depreciation Information Adding Extended Warranty Information Example Command for Adding Extended Warranty Information Adding Lease Information Example Command for Adding Lease Information Adding Maintenance Information Example Command for Adding Maintenance Information Adding Outsource Information Example Command for Adding Outsource Information Adding Owner Information Example Command for Adding Owner Information...

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    omreport rac modem ......omreport rac remote ......omreport rac snmptraps .

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    omconfig rac rmsnmptrap Example Command omconfig rac rmuser Example Command omconfig rac reset omconfig rac uploadcert omconfig rac users Example Command Using the Storage Management Service CLI Command Syntax Syntax for Required, Optional, and Variable Command Elements User Privileges for omreport storage and omconfig storage omreport Command omreport Storage Help omreport Controller Status...

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    omconfig Enable Controller Alarm omconfig Disable Controller Alarm omconfig Quiet Controller Alarm omconfig Test Controller Alarm omconfig Reset Controller Configuration omconfig Create Virtual Disk ..... . . omconfig Set Controller Rebuild Rate omconfig Set Background Initialization Rate omconfig Set Reconstruct Rate...

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    omconfig Physical Disk Commands omconfig Blink Physical Disk omconfig Unblink Physical Disk omconfig Prepare to Remove Physical Disk omconfig Initialize Physical Disk omconfig Offline Physical Disk omconfig Offline Physical Disk omconfig Online Physical Disk omconfig Assign Global Hot Spare omconfig Unassign Global Hot Spare omconfig Rebuild Physical Disk omconfig Cancel Rebuild Physical Disk omconfig Remove Dead Segments...

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    Working With CLI Command Results Output Options for Command Results Controlling Command Output Display Writing Command Output to a File Selecting a Format for Your CLI Command Output Glossary ........Index .

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    Contents...

  • Page 13: Introduction

    Introduction Whether you are using the graphical user interface (GUI) or the command line interface (CLI), Dell OpenManage Server Administrator performs essential systems management tasks. ™ ™ The reporting and viewing features allow retrieval of overall health status for systems on your network.

  • Page 14: Using Cli Commands From Windows Command Prompts

    Using CLI Commands from Windows Command Prompts If you are running the Windows operating system, use the 32-bit command prompt to issue a Server Administrator CLI command. You can access the 32-bit command prompt by clicking the Start button and pointing to Programs→ Accessories→ Command Prompt shortcut, or by clicking the Start button and selecting Run, then typing cmd.exe in the Run dialog box.

  • Page 15: Cli Error Checking And Error Messages

    <package name> /s [/f]. See the Dell Update Packages for Microsoft Windows Operating Systems User’s Guide, the Dell Update Packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux User’s Guide, or the Server Update Utility User’s Guide for more information on corresponding CLI syntax.

  • Page 16: Failure Messages

    Message: BIOS setup configured successfully. Command: omconfig system assetinfo info=depreciation duration=6 Message: Asset information set successfully. Failure Messages CLI failure messages provide reasons why some commands do not succeed. Some common reasons why commands fail include syntax errors and components that are not present. Many error messages provide syntax information that you can use to execute the command successfully.

  • Page 17: Scripting And Comparing With The Cli

    Scripting and Comparing With the CLI The Server Administrator CLI allows administrators to write batch programs or scripts to be executed by the operating system. For an enterprise with many systems, an administrator could write a configuration script that specified the warning thresholds for each major component of a system and also specified a set of actions that the administrator wants each system to take in case of a warning or failure event.

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    Command level 1 is omreport, command level 2 is about, and the name=value pair is details=true. Many commands use command level 1, command level 2, and command level 3, but do not require any parameters (name=value pairs). Most omreport commands are of this type. For example: omreport system alertaction causes a list of alert actions that are configured for components on your system to be displayed.

  • Page 19: Omhelp: Getting Help With Cli Commands

    omhelp: Getting Help With CLI Commands The omhelp command and its equivalent, <command> -?, accesses the CLI's detailed help text interface. You can get help at several levels of detail. Each fully qualified CLI command may have a variable number of distinct parts: the command (command level 1), one or more subcommands (command level 2 and command level 3, if present), and one or more name=value pair(s).

  • Page 20

    Figure 2-1. Different Levels of Help for a Command You can also parse the omconfig system assetinfo command as follows: <command level 1 command level 2 command level 3> <name=value pair 1> [name=value pair 2] where command levels 1, 2, and 3 are represented by omconfig system assetinfo, name=value pair 1 is represented by info=depreciation, and name=value pair 2 is represented by method=straightline.

  • Page 21: Omreport: Viewing System Status Using The Instrumentation Service

    When listing the parameters that a command can take, the parameters are listed in alphabetical order instead of the order in which they appear in the command line interface. The symbol |, often called pipe, is the logical exclusive or operator. For example, enable | disable means that you can enable or disable the component or feature, but you cannot simultaneously enable and disable the component or feature.

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    Table 3-1 is a high-level summary of the omreport command. The column titled "Command level 1" shows the omreport command at its most general. "Command level 2" shows the major objects or components that you can view using omreport (about, chassis, storage, system, and rac). "Command level 3"...

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    Table 3-1. omreport Command Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 (continued) Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3 frontpanel info intrusion leds memory nics ports processors pwrsupplies remoteaccess slots temps volts storage system User privilege required U, P , A Shows whether the front panel button settings, such as for the Power button and/or Nonmasking Interrupt (NMI) button (if present on the...

  • Page 24

    Table 3-1. omreport Command Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 (continued) Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3 alertaction alertlog assetinfo cmdlog esmlog events operatingsystem U, P , A pedestinations platformevents recovery shutdown summary thrmshutdown version omreport: Viewing System Status Using the Instrumentation Service User privilege required...

  • Page 25: Help With The Omreport Command

    Product name : Dell OpenManage Server Administrator Version : 5.x.x Copyright : Copyright (C) Dell Inc. 1995-2006. All rights reserved. Company : Dell Inc. For even more details about the environment for Server Administrator, type: omreport about details=true Server Administrator includes a number of services, each of which has a version number of its own.

  • Page 26: Omreport Chassis Commands

    omreport chassis Commands Use omreport chassis commands to view details for the entire chassis or for a particular component. omreport chassis When you type: omreport chassis Server Administrator displays a general status for your main system chassis components. NOTE: When you issue CLI commands to a server module in a modular system, chassis refers only to the server module. NOTE: As with all output shown in this guide, the following output is an example and may vary depending on your system configuration.

  • Page 27: Omreport Chassis Batteries

    AC Power Lines Status Location AC Present Active Source Status Location AC Present Active Source Server Administrator reports values for the Redundancy Status and Redundancy Mode fields. omreport chassis batteries Use the omreport chassis batteries command to view battery properties. omreport chassis bios Use the omreport chassis bios command to view current BIOS information.

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    Table 3-2. BIOS Setup Parameters Parameters Bezel Bootsequence Console Redirection Console Redirection After Boot Diskette Demand Based Power Management (DBS) Dual NIC External Serial Connector Console Redirection Failsafe Baud Rate IDE Primary Drive 0 IDE Primary Drive 1 Intrusion Mouse NIC 1 NIC 2 Numlock...

  • Page 29: Omreport Chassis Bmc

    Table 3-2. BIOS Setup Parameters (continued) Parameters RAID Channel A RAID Channel B SATA SATA port Secondary SCSI Serial Communications Serial Port 1 Serial Port 2 Speaker USB or USBB User accessible USB omreport chassis bmc NOTE: This command will be phased-out in future releases. It will be replaced by the command omreport chassis remoteaccess.

  • Page 30: Omreport Chassis Currents

    Table 3-3. omreport chassis bmc name=value pair Description config=advsol Reports advanced BMC information on a serial over local area network (LAN) connection. config=nic Reports BMC information for the LAN. config=serial Reports serial port information for BMC. config=serialoverlan Reports BMC information on a serial over LAN connection. config=terminalmode Reports terminal mode settings for the serial port.

  • Page 31: Omreport Chassis Firmware

    omreport chassis firmware Use the omreport chassis firmware command to view current firmware properties. When you type: omreport chassis firmware Server Administrator displays a summary of your system’s firmware properties. omreport chassis frontpanel Use the omreport chassis frontpanel command to view whether the front panel button control settings, such as for the Power button and/or Nonmasking Interrupt (NMI) button (if present on the system), are enabled or disabled.

  • Page 32: Omreport Chassis Intrusion

    Depending on your configuration, output may resemble the following example: Index Chassis Name Host Name Baseboard Management Controller Version Primary Backplane Version Sensor Data Record Version Chassis Model Chassis Lock Chassis Service Tag Chassis Asset Tag Flash chassis indentify LED state Flash chassis indentify LED timeout value If you run this command on a PowerEdge 1655MC system, the following additional information displays: •...

  • Page 33: Omreport Chassis Leds

    omreport chassis leds Use the omreport chassis leds command to find out whether clear hard drive fault is supported and what severity level lights up the LED. Type: omreport chassis leds index= n The index parameter is optional. If you do not specify the index, Server Administrator displays a summary of LED information for chassis 0.

  • Page 34: Omreport Chassis Nics

    If your system supports redundant memory, the redundancy output may resemble the following: Memory Redundancy Redundancy Status Fail Over State Redundancy Configuration Attributes Memory Array 1 Attributes Memory Array 1 Attributes Memory Array 1 Attributes Memory Array 1 Attributes Memory Array 1 omreport chassis nics Use the omreport chassis nics command to view NIC properties.

  • Page 35: Omreport Chassis Processors

    Connector Type refers to the type of plug or cable and plug that connects two devices together, in this case, the type of connector that attaches an external device to a system. There are many connector types, each designed to connect a different device type to a system. Examples include DB-9 Male, AT, Access Bus, PS/2, and so on.

  • Page 36

    For AMD™ Processor • 64-bit Support • AMD-V™ • AMD PowerNow!™ • No Execute (NX) The following fields are defined for a cache present on a particular microprocessor. If the cache is internal to the processor, the fields do not appear in the cache report: •...

  • Page 37: Omreport Chassis Pwrsupplies

    Max Wattage, and Online Status. omreport chassis remoteaccess NOTE: This command is applicable to Dell Use the omreport chassis remoteaccess command to view general information on baseboard management controller (BMC) and remote access control (RAC) if DRAC is installed. Type: omreport chassis remoteaccess The output from the omreport chassis remoteaccess command lists each of the valid parameters.

  • Page 38: Omreport Chassis Slots

    Table 3-5. omreport chassis remoteaccess name=value pair Description config=advsol Reports advanced BMC or RAC information on a serial over local area network (LAN) connection. config=nic Reports BMC or RAC information for the LAN. config=serial Reports serial port information for BMC or RAC. config=serialoverlan Reports BMC or RAC information on a serial over LAN connection.

  • Page 39: Omreport Chassis Volts

    omreport chassis volts Use the omreport chassis volts command to view properties of your system’s voltage probes. When you type: omreport chassis volts index= n The index parameter is optional. If you do not specify the index, Server Administrator displays a summary of status, readings, and thresholds set for any voltage probes that might be present on your system.

  • Page 40: Omreport System Alertaction

    To view the contents of the alert log, type: omreport system alertlog To view the contents of the command log, type: omreport system cmdlog To view the contents of the ESM log, type: omreport system esmlog ESM Log Overall Health Status When you type omreport system esmlog, the Embedded Systems Management (ESM) report displays.

  • Page 41: Omreport System Assetinfo

    • power supply warning • power supply failure • degraded redundancy • lost redundancy • temperature warning • temperature failure • voltage warning • voltage failure • processor warning • processor failure • hardware log warning • hardware log full •...

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    --------------- Power Supplies ---------------- Settings Enable: Informational, Warning and Critical Disable: None ----------- Fans ----------- Settings Enable: Critical Disable: Informational and Warning The full report lists the settings for all components in your system for which events can be generated. To view the status for components of a specific type, use the omreport system events type=<component name>...

  • Page 43: Omreport System Operatingsystem

    Example Command for Event Type When you type: omreport system events type=fans The following is an example output: ----------- Fans ----------- Settings Enable: Critical Disable: Informational and Warning omreport system operatingsystem Use the omreport system operatingsystem command to display operating system information. omreport system pedestinations Use the omreport system pedestinations command to view destinations where alerts for platform events are configured to be sent.

  • Page 44: Omreport System Platformevents

    Table 3-7. omreport system pedestinations (continued) Output Attributes Destination Number: Destination 3 Destination IP Address: 201.202.203.204 Destination Number: Destination 4 Destination IP Address: 210.211.212.213 Destination Configuration Settings attribute=communitystring omreport system platformevents Use the omreport system platformevents command to view how the system responds for each listed platform event.

  • Page 45

    : Sun JRE - OEM Installed Version 3. x . x : Secure Port Server 1. x . x : Dell OpenManage Core Service 1. x . x : Instrumentation Service Integration Layer 1. x . x : Storage Management Service Integration Layer 1. x . x...

  • Page 46

    The system summary hardware information includes data values for installed components of the following types that are present in your system: System Attributes • Host name • System location Main System Chassis Chassis • Chassis model • Chassis service tag •...

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    Memory Array The following details are listed for each memory board or module in the system (for example, the system board or the memory module in a given slot number): • Location • • Installed capacity • Maximum capacity • Slots available •...

  • Page 48: Omreport System Thrmshutdown

    omreport system thrmshutdown Use the omreport system thrmshutdown command to view which properties, if any, have been configured for a thermal shutdown action. The three properties that display for thermal shutdown are disabled, warning, or failure. If the CLI displays the following message, the thermal shutdown feature has been disabled: Thermal protect shutdown severity: disabled If the system is configured to shutdown when a temperature probe detects a warning or failure event, one of the following messages displays:...

  • Page 49

    Name : Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition Version : 5.2 <Build 3790 : Service Pack 1> <x86> Updateable : N/A Name : Dell Server Administrator Version : 5.1.0 Updateable : N/A omreport: Viewing System Status Using the Instrumentation Service...

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    omreport: Viewing System Status Using the Instrumentation Service...

  • Page 51: Omconfig: Managing Components Using The Instrumentation Service

    When listing the parameters that a command can take, the parameters are listed in alphabetical order instead of the order in which they appear in the command line interface. The symbol |, often called pipe, is the logical exclusive or operator. For example, enable | disable means that you can enable or disable the component or feature, but you cannot simultaneously enable and disable the component or feature.

  • Page 52

    Table 4-1 is a high-level summary of the omconfig command. The columns titled "Command level 2" and "Command level 3" list the major arguments that can be used with omconfig. "User privilege required" refers to the type of privilege you need to perform the command, where U=User, P=Power User, and A=Administrator.

  • Page 53

    NOTE: You cannot change threshold values on embedded server management (ESM3) and Dell™ PowerEdge™ x8xx systems. P , A Allows you to optimize fan speed for maximum cooling or quiet operation. Configures the Power button and Nonmasking Interrupt (NMI) button if present on the system.

  • Page 54: Help With The Omconfig Command

    Table 4-1. omconfig Command Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 (continued) Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3 memorymode remoteaccess temps volts storage Help With the omconfig Command Use the omconfig -? command to get a list of the available commands for omconfig. Use omconfig <command level 2>...

  • Page 55: Omconfig About

    Use the omconfig about command to learn the product name and version number of the systems management application installed on your system. The following is an example output from the omconfig about command: Product name : Dell OpenManage Server Administrator Version : 5. x . x Copyright : Copyright (C) Dell Inc.

  • Page 56: Omconfig Chassis

    omconfig chassis Use the omconfig chassis commands to default or to set values for current, fan, voltage, and temperature probes, to configure BIOS behavior during system start up, to clear memory error counts, and to enable or disable power button control features where system configuration permits. Use the omconfig chassis -? command to see a list of all omconfig chassis commands.

  • Page 57

    Enable BIOS console redirection after system reboot. disable: Disable BIOS console redirection. NOTE: The command crab is valid for Dell PowerEdge x9xx systems only. enable: Enable logical processor hyper threading. disable: Disable logical processor hyper threading. enable: Enable virtualization.

  • Page 58

    Table 4-2. BIOS Setup (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 attribute= setting= attribute=ide setting=on | off force=true attribute=idepridrv setting=off | auto attribute=intrusion setting=enable | disable attribute=mouse setting=on | off attribute=nic1 setting=enabled | disabled | enablednonepxe attribute=nic2 setting=enabled | disabled | enablednonepxe attribute=numlock setting=on | off...

  • Page 59

    Table 4-2. BIOS Setup (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 attribute= setting= attribute=ppmode setting=at | ps2 | ecp | epp attribute=primaryscsi setting=on | off force=true attribute=romb setting=raid | off | scsi force=true attribute=romba setting=raid | scsi force=true attribute=rombb setting=raid | scsi force=true attribute=sata setting=off | ata | raid...

  • Page 60

    Table 4-2. BIOS Setup (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 attribute= setting= attribute=secondaryscsi setting=on | off attribute=serialcom setting=off | on |com1 |com2 attribute=serialport1 setting=off | auto | com1 | com3 | bmcserial | bmcnic | rac | com1bmc attribute=serialport2 setting=off | auto | com2 | com4 off: Disables serial port 2.

  • Page 61: Omconfig Chassis Bmc

    Table 4-2. BIOS Setup (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 attribute= setting= attribute=usb setting=enabled | disabled attribute=usbb setting=enabled | enabledwithbios| disabled omconfig chassis bmc NOTE: This command will be phased-out in future releases. It will be replaced by the command omconfig chassis remoteaccess.

  • Page 62

    The output from the omconfig chassis bmc command lists each of the available configurations. Table 4-3 shows the valid parameters: Table 4-3. omconfig chassis bmc name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=advsol characcuminterval=number charsendthreshold=number config=nic enable=true | false encryptkey=text gateway=gateway enablenic=true | false IP address=IP...

  • Page 63

    Table 4-3. omconfig chassis bmc (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=nic nicselection=nic1 | teamednic1nic2 | (continued) dracnic privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user subnet=Subnet vlanenable=true | false vlanid=number vlanpriority=number Description nic1: Enables NIC 1. teamednic1nic2: Enables NIC teaming functionality.

  • Page 64

    Table 4-3. omconfig chassis bmc (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=serial baudrate=9600 | 19200 | 38400 |57600 | 115200 flowcontrol=none | rtscts omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service Description 9600: Sets connection speed to 9600 bits per second.

  • Page 65

    Table 4-3. omconfig chassis bmc (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=serial mode=directbasic | directterminal | (continued) directbasicterminal | modembasic | modemterminal | modembasicterminal privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user Description directbasic: Type of messaging used for IPMI messaging over a serial connection. directterminal: Type of messaging that uses printable ASCII characters and allows a limited number of text commands over a serial...

  • Page 66

    Table 4-3. omconfig chassis bmc (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=serialoverlan enable=true | false baudrate=9600 | 19200 | 38400 | 57600 | 115200 privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user config=settodefault omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service Description true: Enables serial over LAN for the BMC.

  • Page 67

    Table 4-3. omconfig chassis bmc (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=terminalmode deletecontrol=outputdel | outputbkspspbksp echocontrol=enabled | disabled handshakingcontrol=enabled | disabled enabled: Directs the BMC to output a character inputlinesequence=cr | null lineediting=enabled | disabled newlinesequence=none | crlf | null | cr | lfcr | lf Description outputdel: BMC outputs a <del>...

  • Page 68

    Table 4-3. omconfig chassis bmc (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=user id=number enable=true | false id=numberenableserialoverlan=true | false id=number name=text id=number newpw=text confirmnewpw=text id=number serialaccesslevel= administrator | operator | user | none omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service Description id=number: ID number of the user being configured.

  • Page 69

    Table 4-3. omconfig chassis bmc (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=user id=user id (continued) dracusergroup=admin | poweruser | guest | testalert | custom | none id=number lanaccesslevel= administrator | operator | user| none Description id=user id: User ID of the user being configured.

  • Page 70: Omconfig Chassis Currents

    Table 4-4. omconfig chassis bmc config=user id=<user id> dracusergroup=custom name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=user id=user id dracusergroup=custom omconfig chassis currents Use the omconfig chassis currents command to set amperage probe warning thresholds. As with other components, you can view both warning and failure threshold values, but you cannot set failure thresholds. Your system's manufacturer sets the minimum and maximum failure thresholds.

  • Page 71: Omconfig Chassis Fans

    Default Minimum and Maximum Warning Thresholds If you want to set both the upper and lower current warning threshold values to the recommended default value, type: omconfig chassis currents index=0 warnthresh=default You cannot default one value and set another. In other words, if you default the minimum warning threshold value, you are also selecting the default value for the maximum warning threshold value.

  • Page 72: Omconfig Chassis Fancontrol

    You cannot default one value and set another. In other words, if you default the minimum warning threshold value, you are also selecting the default value for the maximum warning threshold value. Specify a Value for Minimum and Maximum Warning Thresholds NOTE: Minimum and maximum warning thresholds for the fan probe cannot be set on PowerEdge x8xx and x9xx systems.

  • Page 73: Omconfig Chassis Info

    Table 4-8. omconfig chassis frontpanel name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 lcdindex=<index> config=none | default | custom text=<custom text> nmibutton enable=true | false powerbutton enable=true | false omconfig chassis info Use the omconfig chassis info command to enter an asset tag name for your system and a chassis name for your system.

  • Page 74: Omconfig Chassis Leds

    As with other commands, the CLI issues an error message if you do not have a chassis 2 (the main chassis=0). The CLI allows you to issue commands only for the system configuration you have. omconfig chassis leds Use the omconfig chassis leds command to specify when to flash a chassis fault LED or chassis identification LED and allow you to clear the LED for the system's hard drive.

  • Page 75: Omconfig Chassis Remoteaccess

    Table 4-11. omconfig chassis memorymode name=value pair 1 Description index=<n> Number of the chassis where the memory module resides (the default is chassis 0, the main system chassis). redundancy=spare | Spare disables the memory module that has a correctable memory event and copies the mirror | disabled | raid5 failing module’s data to a spare bank.

  • Page 76

    The output from the omconfig chassis remoteaccess command lists each of the available configurations. Table 4-3 shows the valid parameters: Table 4-12. omconfig chassis remoteaccess name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=advsol characcuminterval=number charsendthreshold=number config=nic enable=true | false encryptkey=text confirmencryptkey=text gateway=Gateway enablenic=true | false...

  • Page 77

    Table 4-12. omconfig chassis remoteaccess (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=nic ipsource=static | dhcp | systemsoftware static: Static if the IP address of the BMC (continued) nicselection=nic1 | teamednic1nic2 | dracnic privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user subnet=Subnet Description LAN interface is a fixed, assigned IP address.

  • Page 78

    Table 4-12. omconfig chassis remoteaccess (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=nic vlanenable=true | false (continued) vlanid=number vlanpriority=number config=serial baudrate=9600 | 19200 | 38400 | 57600 | 115200 flowcontrol=none | rtscts omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service Description true: Enables the virtual LAN identification.

  • Page 79

    Table 4-12. omconfig chassis remoteaccess (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=serial mode=directbasic | directterminal | (continued) directbasicterminal | modembasic | modemterminal | modembasicterminal privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user Description directbasic: Type of messaging used for IPMI messaging over a serial connection. directterminal: Type of messaging that uses printable ASCII characters and that allows a limited number of text commands over a...

  • Page 80

    Table 4-12. omconfig chassis remoteaccess (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=serialoverlan enable=true | false baudrate=9600 | 19200 | 38400 | 57600 | 115200 privilegelevel=administrator | operator | user config=settodefault config=terminalmode deletecontrol=outputdel | outputbkspspbksp omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service Description true: Enables serial over LAN for the BMC.

  • Page 81

    Table 4-12. omconfig chassis remoteaccess (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=terminalmode echocontrol=enabled | disabled (continued) handshakingcontrol=enabled | disabled enabled: Directs the BMC to output a inputlinesequence=cr | null lineediting=enabled | disabled newlinesequence=none | crlf | null | cr | lfcr | lf Description enabled: Enables characters to be sent to...

  • Page 82

    Table 4-12. omconfig chassis remoteaccess (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=user id=number enable=true | false id=numberenableserialoverlan=true | false id=number name=text id=number newpw=text confirmnewpw=text id=number serialaccesslevel= administrator | operator | user | none omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service Description id=number: ID number of the user being configured.

  • Page 83

    Table 4-12. omconfig chassis remoteaccess (continued) name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config= config=user id=number lanaccesslevel= (continued) administrator | operator | user| none id=user id dracusergroup=admin | poweruser | guest | testalert | custom | none Description id=number: ID number of the user being configured.

  • Page 84: Omconfig Chassis Temps

    Table 4-13. omconfig chassis remoteaccess config=user id=<user id> dracusergroup=custom name=value pair 1 name=value pair 2 config=user id=user id (continued) dracusergroup=custom omconfig chassis temps Use the omconfig chassis temps command to set warning thresholds for temperature probes. As with other components, you can view both warning and failure threshold values, but you cannot set failure thresholds.

  • Page 85: Omconfig Chassis Volts

    Default Minimum and Maximum Warning Thresholds NOTE: The capabilities for managing sensors vary by systems. If you want to set both the upper and lower temperature warning threshold values to the recommended default value, type: omconfig chassis temps index=0 warnthresh=default You cannot default one value and set another.

  • Page 86: Omconfig Preferences

    Default Minimum and Maximum Warning Thresholds NOTE: Systems that contain ESM3 capabilities do not allow you to set warning threshold values to default values. If you want to set both the upper and lower voltage warning threshold values to the recommended default value, type: omconfig chassis volts index=2 warnthresh=default You cannot default one value and set another.

  • Page 87: Omconfig Preferences Snmp

    Therefore, for a computer named "myOmsa" running Server Administrator, the default name would be "myOmsa–omsa". This is the name of Server Administrator defined in Active Directory by using the snap–in tool. This name must match the name for the application object in Active Directory in order to find user privileges.

  • Page 88: Omconfig Preferences Useraccess

    Table 4-17. SNMP Root Password Parameters name=value pair setting=rootpw oldpw=<oldpassword> newpw=<newpassword> confirmnewpw=<newpassword> When you type omconfig preferences snmp setting=rootpw, the system prompts you to supply values for the required parameters. When you type omconfig preferences snmp, you must supply all of the parameters in the initial command line.

  • Page 89: Omconfig System

    Table 4-19. Enabling User Access for Administrators, Power Users, and Users Command omconfig preferences useraccess enable=user omconfig preferences useraccess enable=poweruser omconfig preferences useraccess enable=admin omconfig system Use the omconfig system commands to clear logs, determine how various shutdown actions occur, set initial values or edit values for cost of ownership information, and determine how to respond to a hung operating system.

  • Page 90

    Available Alert Actions Table 4-20 shows the alert actions for each component that allows you to configure an alert action Table 4-20. Alert Actions You Can Set for Warning and Failure Events Alert Action Setting Description alert=true | false true: Enables your system's console alert. When enabled, the monitor attached to the system from which you are running Server Administrator displays a visual alert message.

  • Page 91

    Table 4-21. Events for Which You Can Set Alert Actions (continued) Event Name Description event=powersupplywarn Sets actions when a power supply probe detects a warning value. event=processorwarn Sets actions when a processor probe detects a warning value. event=processorfail Sets actions when a processor probe detects a failure value. event=redundegrad Sets actions when a redundant component becomes inoperative, resulting in less than full redundancy for that component.

  • Page 92: Commands For Clearing Logs

    Commands for Clearing Logs NOTE: For more information about alert messages, see the Dell OpenManage™ Server Administrator Messages Reference Guide. You can use the omconfig system command to clear three logs: the alert log, the command log, and the hardware, or ESM, log.

  • Page 93: Omconfig System Platformevents

    omconfig system platformevents Use the omconfig system platformevents command to configure shutdown action, if any, to be taken for a specific platform event. You can also enable or disable platform event filter alert generation. NOTICE: If you set a platform event shutdown action to anything other than "none", your system will forcefully shutdown when the specified event occurs.

  • Page 94

    Table 4-24. omconfig system platformevents (continued) Event Name event=fanfail event=hardwarelogfail event=intrusion event=powerwarn event=powerabsent event=powerfail event=processorwarn event=processorfail event=processorabsent event=redundegrad event=redunlost event=tempwarn event=tempfail event=voltfail event=watchdogasr omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service Description Sets action or enables/disables alert generation when a fan probe detects that the fan is running too slow or not at all.

  • Page 95: Omconfig System Events

    omconfig system events Use the omconfig system events command to enable and disable SNMP traps for components on your system. NOTE: Not all event types may be present on your system. There are four parameters in the name=value pair component of the omconfig system events command: •...

  • Page 96: Omconfig System Webserver

    Severity In the context of configuring events, severity determines how severe an event must be before Server Administrator notifies you of the event for a component type. When there are multiple components of the same type in the same system chassis, you can also specify whether you want to be notified for event severity according to the number of the component by using the index= the valid severity parameters.

  • Page 97: Omconfig System Recovery

    omconfig system recovery Use the omconfig system recovery command to set the action that is to be taken when the operating system has hung or crashed. You can also set the number of seconds that must pass before the system is considered to have a hung operating system.

  • Page 98: Omconfig System Thrmshutdown

    Table 4-29. Shutdown Parameters name=value pair Description action=reboot Shuts down the operating system and initiates system startup, performing BIOS checks and reloading the operating system. action=poweroff Turns the electrical power to the system off. action=powercycle Turns the electrical power to the system off, pauses, turns the power on, and reboots the system.

  • Page 99

    Example Thermal Shutdown Commands To trigger a thermal shutdown when a temperature probe detects a failure event, type: omconfig system thrmshutdown severity=failure To disable thermal shutdown so that an administrator has to initiate an omconfig system shutdown, type: omconfig system thrmshutdown severity=disabled omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service...

  • Page 100

    omconfig: Managing Components Using the Instrumentation Service...

  • Page 101: Omconfig System Assetinfo: Editing Cost Of

    omconfig system assetinfo: Editing Cost of Ownership Values omconfig System Asset Info Overview The omconfig system assetinfo command helps you to edit a comprehensive set of parameters that make up your system's total cost of ownership. This section explains the parameters that can be reported and configured under the omconfig system assetinfo command.

  • Page 102: Example Commands For Adding Acquisition Information

    Table 5-1. omconfig system assetinfo info=acquisition (continued) Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3 Example Commands for Adding Acquisition Information To provide a value for an acquisition parameter, type a command of the form: omconfig system assetinfo info=acquisition <name=value pair 2>. For example, type: omconfig system assetinfo info=acquisition purchasedate=122101 The following message appears: Asset information set successfully.

  • Page 103: Adding Depreciation Information

    Adding Depreciation Information Depreciation is a set of methods for computing the devaluation of your asset over time. For example, the depreciation of a system that is expected to have a useful life of 5 years would be 20 percent. Use the omconfig system assetinfo=depreciation command to add details about how your system's depreciation is to be computed.

  • Page 104: Adding Extended Warranty Information

    Adding Extended Warranty Information Use the omconfig system extwarranty command to assign values for extended warranty information. A warranty is a contract between the manufacturer or dealer and the purchaser of a system. The warranty identifies the components that are covered for repair or replacement for a specified length of time or usage.

  • Page 105: Adding Lease Information

    Adding Lease Information A lease is an agreement to pay for the use of a system for a specified period of time. The lessor retains ownership of the system. Table 5-4 shows the valid parameters for the command. Table 5-4. omconfig system assetinfo info=lease Command Command Command...

  • Page 106: Adding Maintenance Information

    Adding Maintenance Information Maintenance refers to activities required to keep the system in good working order. Table 5-5 shows the valid parameters for adding maintenance information. Table 5-5. omconfig system assetinfo info=maintenance Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3 omconfig system assetinfo...

  • Page 107: Adding Outsource Information

    Adding Outsource Information Outsourcing is the practice of contracting with another business to maintain the system in good working order. Table 5-6 shows the valid parameters for adding outsource information. Table 5-6. omconfig system assetinfo info=outsource Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3 omconfig...

  • Page 108: Adding Owner Information

    Adding Owner Information The owner is the party that holds legal property title to the system. Table 5-7 shows the valid parameters for adding owner information. Table 5-7. omconfig system assetinfo info=owner Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3 omconfig system assetinfo...

  • Page 109: Adding Service Contract Information

    Adding Service Contract Information A service contract is an agreement that specifies fees for preventive maintenance and repair of the system. Table 5-8 shows the valid parameters for adding contract information. Table 5-8. omconfig system assetinfo info=service Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3...

  • Page 110: Adding Support Information

    Adding Support Information Support refers to technical assistance that the system user can seek when the user desires guidance on the proper use of a system to perform tasks. Table 5-9 shows the valid parameters for adding support information. Table 5-9. omconfig system assetinfo info=support Command Command Command...

  • Page 111: Adding System Information

    Adding System Information System information includes the primary user of the system, the phone number for the primary user, and the system location. Table 5-10 shows the valid parameters for adding system information. Table 5-10. omconfig system assetinfo info=system Command Command Command level 1...

  • Page 112: Adding Warranty Information

    Adding Warranty Information Use the omconfig system warranty command to assign values for warranty information. A warranty is a contract between the manufacturer or dealer and the purchaser of a system. The warranty identifies the components that are covered for repair or replacement for a specified length of time or usage. For details on how to edit extended warranty values, see "Adding Extended Warranty Information."...

  • Page 113: Omreport Rac: Viewing Remote Access Controller Components

    Parameter tables list input parameters for a command in the order in which they appear in the command line interface. In "omreport rac: Viewing Remote Access Controller Components," the parameters are listed in the order in which you must configure them.

  • Page 114: Help With The Omreport Rac Command

    Table 6-1. omreport rac Command Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 Command Command Command level 1 level 2 level 3 omreport authentication U, P , A dialinusers dialoutusers network modem remote snmptraps users viewcertificate U, P , A Help With the omreport rac Command Use the omreport rac -? command to get a list of the available commands for omreport rac.

  • Page 115: Example Command For Omreport Rac Authentication

    Example Command for omreport rac authentication When you type: omreport rac authentication the results that display show whether authentication of users for access to the RAC using the operating system user access definitions is disabled or enabled. For example: omreport rac authentication localauthenable=true omreport rac dialinusers Use the omreport rac dialinusers command to display the dial-in user property values.

  • Page 116: Omreport Rac Network

    omreport rac network Use the omreport rac network command to display the NIC property values. omreport rac modem Use the omreport rac modem command to display the onboard modem property values. omreport rac remote Use the omreport rac remote command to display the remote features property values. omreport rac snmptraps Use the omreport rac snmptraps command to display the SNMP trap property values.

  • Page 117: Omreport Rac Viewcertificate

    omreport rac viewcertificate Use the omreport rac viewcertificate command to view the server or certificate authority (CA) certificate on the RAC. The only parameter you must specify is whether the certificate you want to view is a CA certificate or a server certificate. Table 6-6 displays the valid parameters for the command. Table 6-6.

  • Page 118

    omreport rac: Viewing Remote Access Controller Components...

  • Page 119: Omconfig Rac: Managing The Remote

    Parameter tables list input parameters for a command in the order in which you must configure them instead of the order in which they appear in the command line interface. The symbol |, often called pipe, is the logical exclusive or operator. For example, enable | disable means that you can enable or disable the component or feature, but you cannot simultaneously enable and disable the component or feature.

  • Page 120

    Table 7-1 is a high-level summary of the omconfig rac command. The column titled "Command level 3" lists the major arguments that can be used with omconfig rac. "User privilege required" refers to the type of privilege you need to execute the command, where U=User, P=Power User, and A=Administrator. "Use"...

  • Page 121: Help With The Omconfig Rac Command

    Help With the omconfig rac Command Use the omconfig rac -? command to get a list of the available commands for omconfig rac. Use omconfig rac <command level 3> -? to see a list of name=value pairs that you may need to use with dialinusers, dialoutusers, modem, network, remote, and so on.

  • Page 122: Example Command For Omconfig Rac Authentication

    Example Command for omconfig rac authentication When you type: omconfig rac authentication localauthenable=true you have configured the RAC to allow access to any user who has Administrator privileges on the operating system. When you type: omconfig rac authentication localauthenable=false you have configured the RAC to allow access only to users with user names and passwords that are defined by the RAC administrator.

  • Page 123: Example Commands

    Example Commands The following example sets one name=value pair. Type: omconfig rac dialinusers username=jdoe The next example supplies values for all command parameters that you can use with the omconfig rac dialinusers command. Type: omconfig rac dialinusers username=jdoe index=0 password=steven70 callbacknumber=4441022 callbacktype=preset The following message appears: Command Successful.

  • Page 124: Example Commands

    Example Commands The following example sets one name=value pair. Type: omconfig rac dialoutusers ipaddr=14.16.53.18 The following message appears: Command Successful. Please reset RAC card! The next example supplies values for all command parameters that you can use with the omconfig rac dialoutusers command.

  • Page 125: Omconfig Rac Modem

    Table 7-4. omconfig rac generatecert name=value pair Description commonname=<text> Enter a unique text string that distinguishes your system from others for which you may be requesting certificates (required). countrycode=<text> Two-letter code representing the country where your system is located. See ISO Standard 3166 (required). emailaddress=<text>...

  • Page 126

    Table 7-6. Country Codes for countrycode Parameter of omconfig rac modem Country Australia Austria Belgium Bulgaria Canada China Czech and Slovak Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Hungary India Ireland Israel Italy omconfig rac: Managing the Remote Access Controller Country Code Country Japan...

  • Page 127: Omconfig Rac Network

    omconfig rac network Use the omconfig rac network command to specify network parameter values. Table 7-7 shows the valid parameters for the command. Table 7-7. omconfig rac network name=value pair ipaddr=<text> subnetmask=<text> gateway=<text> nicenable=true | false dhcpenable=true | false smtpaddr=<text> smtpenable=true | false dialinenable=true | false dialindhcpenable=true | false...

  • Page 128: Omconfig Rac Snmptraps

    Example Commands The following example sets one name=value pair. Type: omconfig rac snmptraps ipaddr=123.166.555.216 index=1 community=dell The following message appears: Command Successful. Please reset RAC card! The next example supplies values for all command parameters that you can use with the omconfig rac snmptraps command.

  • Page 129: Omconfig Rac Remote

    omconfig rac remote Use the omconfig rac remote command to specify the remote features property values. Table 7-9 shows the valid parameters for the command. Table 7-9. omconfig rac remote name=value pair floppytftpenable=true | false floppytftpipaddr=<text> floppytftppath=<text> fwupdatetftpipaddr=<text> fwupdatetftppath=<text> Example Command The following example sets one name=value pair.

  • Page 130: Example Command

    Example Command The following example sets one name=value pair. Type: omconfig rac rmdialinuser username=jdoe The following message appears: Command Successful. Please reset RAC card! omconfig rac rmdialoutuser Use the omconfig rac rmdialoutuser command to remove a dial-out user. Table 7-11 shows the valid parameters for the command.

  • Page 131: Omconfig Rac Rmsnmptrap

    omconfig rac rmsnmptrap Use the omconfig rac rmsnmptrap command to remove an SNMP trap. Table 7-12 shows the valid parameters for the command. Table 7-12. omconfig rac rmsnmptrap name=value pair Description ipaddr=<text> Specifies the IP address of entry which is to be deleted. This value must be specified in dotted-decimal notation.

  • Page 132: Omconfig Rac Reset

    omconfig rac reset Use the omconfig rac reset command to reset the RAC. omconfig rac uploadcert Use the omconfig rac uploadcert command to upload the server or CA certificate to the RAC. You must enter the fully qualified pathname of the certificate and select the type of certificate to upload. The two types of certificate that you can upload are a server certificate, or a certificate that you can obtain from a certificate authority (CA).

  • Page 133: Example Command

    Table 7-15. omconfig rac users (continued) name=value pair numericpagingenable=true | false numericpagernumber=<n> numericpagermsg=<text> emailpagingenable=true | false emailaddress=<text> emailmsg=<text> alphapagingenable=true | false alphanumber=<n> alphaprotocol=8N1 | 7E0 alphabaudrate=<n> alphapagerid=<n> apphacustommsg=<text> alphapagerpassword=<text> Example Command The following example sets one name=value pair. Type: omconfig rac users username=jdoe The following message appears: Command Successful.

  • Page 134

    omconfig rac: Managing the Remote Access Controller...

  • Page 135: Using The Storage Management Service

    Using the Storage Management Service Storage Management has a fully-featured command line interface (CLI) that enables you to perform all of Storage Management’s reporting, configuration, and management functions from an operating system command shell. The Storage Management CLI also enables you to script command sequences.

  • Page 136: Syntax For Required, Optional, And Variable Command Elements

    For example, the following omconfig command syntax for blinking a physical disk has three levels and three name=value pairs: omconfig storage pdisk action=blink controller=id pdisk=<PDISKID> where PDISKID=<connector:enclosureID:portID | connector:targetID> In this example, the id in controller=id is the controller number such that controller 1 would be specified as controller=1.

  • Page 137: User Privileges For Omreport Storage And Omconfig Storage

    Table 8-2. Syntax For Name=Value Pairs For Parameters (continued) Syntax Description pdisk=<PDISKID> Indicates a particular physical disk by specifying either connector:targetID or connector:enclosureID:portID. To obtain the values for the connector, enclosure, and physical disk (targetID or portID), you would enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage pdisk controller=id to display the IDs for the physical disks attached to the controller.

  • Page 138: Omreport Storage Help

    omreport Storage Help The following table provides the omreport storage command syntax. Table 8-3. omreport storage help Command Level 1 Command Level 2 Command Level 3 Use omreport storage omreport Controller Status Table 8-4. omreport Controller Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omreport storage controller Using the Storage Management Service Displays a list of storage components for which omreport...

  • Page 139: Omreport Global Information (smart Thermal Shutdown Status)

    omreport Global Information (Smart Thermal Shutdown Status) Table 8-5. omreport Global Information Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omreport storage globalinfo omreport Battery Status Table 8-6. omreport Battery Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omreport storage battery omreport Connector Status Table 8-7.

  • Page 140: Omreport Enclosure Status

    Table 8-7. omreport Connector Commands (continued) Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omreport Enclosure Status Table 8-8. omreport Enclosure Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omreport storage enclosure omreport Temperature Probe Status Table 8-9. omreport Temperature Probe Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) and name=value pair omreport storage enclosure...

  • Page 141: Omreport Fan Status

    Table 8-9. omreport Temperature Probe Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) and name=value pair omreport Fan Status Table 8-10. omreport Fan Status Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) and name=value pair omreport storage enclosure Optional name=value pairs controller=id enclosure= <ENCLOSUREID>...

  • Page 142: Omreport Power Supply Status

    omreport Power Supply Status Table 8-11. omreport Power Supply Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) and name=value pair omreport storage enclosure omreport EMM Status Table 8-12. omreport EMM Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) and name=value pair omreport storage enclosure Using the Storage Management Service Optional name=value pairs controller=id enclosure=...

  • Page 143: Omreport Physical Disk Status

    Table 8-12. omreport EMM Commands (continued) Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) and name=value pair omreport Physical Disk Status Table 8-13. omreport Physical Disk Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) and name=value pair omreport storage pdisk controller=id where id is the controller number. For example: controller=0 Optional name=value pairs controller=id enclosure=...

  • Page 144: Omreport Virtual Disk Status

    omreport Virtual Disk Status Table 8-14. omreport Virtual Disk Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omreport storage vdisk omconfig Global Commands The following sections provide the omconfig command syntax required to execute the global commands. When executed, these commands apply to all controllers. These global commands also correspond to the global tasks provided by the Storage tree view object’s Information/Configuration subtab.

  • Page 145: Omconfig Global Disable Smart Thermal Shutdown

    Example Syntax The omconfig command syntax for enabling thermal shutdown does not require that you specify a controller or enclosure ID. To enable thermal shutdown, enter the following: omconfig storage globalinfo action=enablests NOTE: You can use the omreport storage globalinfo command to determine whether smart thermal shutdown is currently enabled or disabled.

  • Page 146: Omconfig Controller Commands

    Example Syntax The omconfig command syntax for rescanning all controllers on the system does not require that you specify a controller ID. To do a global rescan of all controllers, enter the following: omconfig storage globalinfo action=globalrescan NOTE: Global rescan is not supported on non-RAID SCSI and SAS controllers. You must reboot the system before Storage Management can see configuration changes on non-RAID SCSI controllers.

  • Page 147: Omconfig Rescan Controller

    Table 8-16. omconfig Controller Commands (continued) Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) omconfig Rescan Controller Use the following omconfig command syntax to rescan a controller. See the online help for more information about using this command. Complete Syntax omconfig storage controller action=rescan controller=id where id is the controller ID as reported by the omreport storage controller command.

  • Page 148: Omconfig Enable Controller Alarm

    omconfig Enable Controller Alarm Use the following omconfig command syntax to enable the controller alarm. See the online help for more information about using this command. Complete Syntax omconfig storage controller action=enablealarm controller=id where id is the controller ID as reported by the omreport storage controller command. Example Syntax For example, to enable the alarm on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage controller action=enablealarm controller=1...

  • Page 149: Omconfig Test Controller Alarm

    omconfig Test Controller Alarm Use the following omconfig command syntax to test the functionality of the controller alarm. The alarm will sound for about two seconds. See the online help for more information about using this command. Complete Syntax omconfig storage controller action=testalarm controller=id where id is the controller ID as reported by the omreport storage controller command.

  • Page 150: Omconfig Create Virtual Disk

    omconfig Create Virtual Disk The online help provides additional information about creating virtual disks. The omconfig syntax for creating a virtual disk has several parameters. You must specify the following parameters: • Controller (controller=id) • RAID level (raid=<c| r0| r1| r1c| r5| r10| r50>) •...

  • Page 151

    controller=id Parameter (Required) Specify the controller ID as reported by the omreport storage controller command. For example: controller=2 raid=<c| r0| r1| r1c| r5| r10| r50> Parameter (Required) Use the raid=<c| r0| r1| r1c| r5| r10| r50> parameter to specify concatenation or a RAID level for a virtual disk.

  • Page 152

    PDISKID=<connector:enclosureID:portID | connector:targetID> Use this parameter to specify the physical disks that will be included in the virtual disk. When reconfiguring a virtual disk, you must specify all physical disks to be included in the reconfigured virtual disk. The physical disk specification applies to physical disks that were in the original virtual disk and will continue to be in the reconfigured virtual disk and to any new physical disks being added to the reconfigured virtual disk.

  • Page 153

    Table 8-20. Read Policy Paramaters Read Policy Read ahead Adaptive read ahead No read ahead Read cache No read cache [writepolicy=<wb| wt| wc| nwc>] Parameter (Optional) Different controllers support different write policies. See the online help for more information. The following table indicates how to specify the [writepolicy=<wb| wt| wc| nwc | fwb>] parameter for each of the write policies.

  • Page 154: Omconfig Set Controller Rebuild Rate

    Example Syntax For example, you may want to create a RAID 5 virtual disk on a PERC 3/QC controller. The online help will help you understand which read, write, and cache policies are supported by this controller. In this example, you decide to create a virtual disk with the following read, write, and cache policy: •...

  • Page 155: Omconfig Set Reconstruct Rate

    Example Syntax For example, to set the background initialization rate to 50 on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage controller action=setbgirate controller=1 rate=50 omconfig Set Reconstruct Rate Use the following omconfig command syntax to set the reconstruct rate. Complete Syntax omconfig storage controller action=setreconstructrate controller=id rate=<0 to 100>...

  • Page 156: Omconfig Import Foreign Configuration

    Complete Syntax omconfig storage controller action=exportlog controller=id where id is the controller ID as reported by the omreport storage controller command. Example Syntax For example, to export the log on controller 1 omconfig storage controller action=exportlog controller=1 By default, the log file is exported to C:\WinNt or C:\Windows for Microsoft on the Windows version used) and /var/log on all Linux systems.

  • Page 157: Omconfig Clear Foreign Configuration

    Example Syntax For example, to import and recover foreign configurations on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage controller action=importrecoverforeignconfig controller=1 omconfig Clear Foreign Configuration Use the following omconfig command syntax to clear or delete all virtual disks that reside on physical disks that are newly attached to the controller.

  • Page 158: Omconfig Stop Patrol Read

    Example Syntax For example, to start the patrol read task on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage controller action=startpatrolread controller=1 NOTE: To be able to start patrol read, the current patrol read mode should be set to "Manual." omconfig Stop Patrol Read Use the following omconfig command syntax to stop the patrol read task on the controller.

  • Page 159: Omconfig Blink Virtual Disk

    Table 8-22. omconfig Manage Virtual Disk Commands (continued) Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omconfig Blink Virtual Disk Use the following omconfig command syntax to blink the physical disks included in a virtual disk. Complete Syntax omconfig storage vdisk action=blink controller=id vdisk=id where id is the controller ID and virtual disk ID as reported by the omreport command.

  • Page 160: Omconfig Initialize Virtual Disk

    where id is the controller ID and virtual disk ID as reported by the omreport command. To obtain these values, enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage vdisk controller=ID to display the IDs for the virtual disks attached to the controller. Example Syntax For example, to blink the physical disks in virtual disk 4 on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage vdisk action=unblink controller=1 vdisk=4...

  • Page 161: Omconfig Slow Initialize Virtualize Disk

    Complete Syntax omconfig storage vdisk action=fastinit controller=id vdisk=id where id is the controller ID and virtual disk ID as reported by the omreport command. To obtain these values, you would enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage vdisk controller=ID to display the IDs for the virtual disks attached to the controller.

  • Page 162: Omconfig Restore Dead Segments

    omconfig Restore Dead Segments Use the following omconfig command syntax to recover data from a RAID 5 virtual disk that has been corrupted. This task attempts to reconstruct data from a corrupt portion of a physical disk included in a RAID 5 virtual disk.

  • Page 163: Omconfig Assign Dedicated Hot Spare

    Complete Syntax omconfig storage vdisk action=unmirror controller=id vdisk=id where id is the controller ID and virtual disk ID as reported by the omreport command. To obtain these values, enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage vdisk controller=ID to display the IDs for the virtual disks attached to the controller.

  • Page 164: Omconfig Unassign Dedicated Hot Spare

    omconfig Unassign Dedicated Hot Spare Use the following omconfig command syntax to unassign one or more physical disks that were previously assigned as a hot spare to a virtual disk. Complete Syntax omconfig storage vdisk action=assigndedicatedhotspare controller=id vdisk=id pdisk=<PDISKID> assign=no where id is the controller ID and virtual disk ID.

  • Page 165: Omconfig Cancel Check Consistency

    omconfig Cancel Check Consistency Use the following omconfig command syntax to cancel a check consistency while it is in progress. Complete Syntax omconfig storage vdisk action=cancelcheckconsistency controller=id vdisk=id where id is the controller ID and virtual disk ID as reported by the omreport command. To obtain these values, enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage vdisk controller=ID to display the IDs for the virtual disks attached to the controller.

  • Page 166: Omconfig Delete Virtual Disk

    Example Syntax For example, to resume a check consistency on virtual disk 4 on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage vdisk action=resumecheckconsistency controller=1 vdisk=4 omconfig Delete Virtual Disk Use the following omconfig command syntax to delete a virtual disk. NOTICE: Deleting a virtual disk destroys all information including file systems and volumes residing on the virtual disk.

  • Page 167: Omconfig Change Virtual Disk Policy

    Example Syntax For example, to reconfigure virtual disk 4 to a size of 800 MB, use RAID 5 and physical disks 0 through 3 on connector 0 of controller 1. On a SAS controller, the physical disks reside in enclosure 2. Example for SCSI, SATA, and ATA Controllers: In this example, enter: omconfig storage vdisk action=reconfigure controller=1 vdisk=4 raid=r5...

  • Page 168: Omconfig Physical Disk Commands

    Complete Syntax action=rename controller=id vdisk=id name=<string> where id is the controller ID and virtual disk ID as reported by the omreport command and <string> is the new name for the virtual disk. To obtain the values for controller ID and virtual disk ID, enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage vdisk controller=ID to display the IDs for the virtual disks attached to the controller.

  • Page 169: Omconfig Unblink Physical Disk

    Complete Syntax action=blink controller=ID action=blink controller=id pdisk=<PDISKID> where id is the controller ID. The <PDISK> variable specifies the physical disk. To obtain these values, enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage pdisk controller=ID to display the IDs for the physical disks attached to the controller. Example Syntax In this example, you want to blink physical disk 0 on connector 0 of controller 1.

  • Page 170: Omconfig Prepare To Remove Physical Disk

    Example for SAS Controllers: To unblink the physical disk described in this example, enter: omconfig storage pdisk action=unblink controller=1 pdisk=0:2:0 omconfig Prepare to Remove Physical Disk Use the following omconfig command syntax to prepare a physical disk for removal: Complete Syntax omconfig storage pdisk action=remove controller=id pdisk=<PDISKID>...

  • Page 171: Omconfig Offline Physical Disk

    Example for SCSI, SATA, and ATA Controllers: To initialize the physical disk described in this example, enter: omconfig storage pdisk action=initialize controller=1 pdisk=0:3 Example for SAS Controllers: To initialize the physical disk described in this example, enter: omconfig storage pdisk action=initialize controller=1 pdisk=0:2:3 omconfig Offline Physical Disk Use the following omconfig command syntax to offline a physical disk: Complete Syntax...

  • Page 172: Omconfig Online Physical Disk

    Example for SCSI, SATA, and ATA Controllers: To offline the physical disk described in this example, enter: omconfig storage pdisk action=offline controller=1 pdisk=0:3 Example for SAS Controllers: To offline the physical disk described in this example, enter: omconfig storage pdisk action=offline controller=1 pdisk=0:2:3 omconfig Online Physical Disk Use the following omconfig command syntax to bring an offline physical disk back online.

  • Page 173: Omconfig Unassign Global Hot Spare

    To obtain these values, enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage pdisk controller=ID to display the IDs for the physical disks attached to the controller. Example Syntax In this example, you want to assign physical disk 3 on connector 0 of controller 1 as a global hot spare. On a SAS controller, the physical disk resides in enclosure 2.

  • Page 174: Omconfig Rebuild Physical Disk

    Example for SAS Controllers: To unassign the physical disk described in this example as a global hot spare, enter: omconfig storage pdisk action=assignglobalhotspare controller=1 pdisk=0:2:3 assign=no omconfig Rebuild Physical Disk Use the following omconfig command syntax to rebuild a failed physical disk. Rebuilding a disk may take several hours.

  • Page 175: Omconfig Remove Dead Segments

    Example Syntax In this example, you want to cancel the rebuild or physical disk 3 on connector 0 of controller 1. On a SAS controller, the physical disk resides in enclosure 2. Example for SCSI, SATA, and ATA Controllers: To cancel the rebuild of the physical disk described in this example, enter: omconfig storage pdisk action=cancelrebuild controller=1 pdisk=0:3 Example for SAS Controllers: To cancel the rebuild of the physical disk described in this example, enter:...

  • Page 176: Omconfig Cancel Clear Physical Disk

    Complete Syntax omconfig storage pdisk action=clear controller=id pdisk=<PDISKID> where id is the controller ID. The <PDISK> variable specifies the physical disk. To obtain these values, enter omreport storage controller to display the controller IDs and then enter omreport storage pdisk controller=ID to display the IDs for the physical disks attached to the controller. Example Syntax In this example, you want to clear physical disk 3 on connector 0 of controller 1.

  • Page 177: Omconfig Battery Commands

    omconfig Battery Commands The following sections provide the omconfig command syntax required to execute battery tasks. Table 8-24. omconfig Battery Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omconfig storage battery omconfig Recondition Battery Use the following omconfig command to recondition a controller battery. For more information on batteries and the recondition process, see the online help.

  • Page 178: Omconfig Delay Battery Learn Cycle

    omconfig Delay Battery Learn Cycle Use the following omconfig command to delay the battery learn cycle for a specified period of time. The battery learn cycle can be delayed for a maximum of seven days or 168 hours. Complete Syntax omconfig storage battery action=delaylearn controller=id battery=id days=d hours=h where id is the controller ID and battery ID as reported by the omreport command.

  • Page 179: Omconfig Enclosure Commands

    Example Syntax For example, to rescan connector 2 on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage connector action=rescan controller=1 connector=2 omconfig Enclosure Commands The following sections provide the omconfig command syntax required to execute enclosure tasks. Table 8-26. omconfig Enclosure Commands Required Command Levels (1, 2, 3) Optional name=value pairs omconfig storage enclosure action=enablealarm controller=id enclosure=<ENCLOSUREID>...

  • Page 180: Omconfig Enable Enclosure Alarm

    omconfig Enable Enclosure Alarm Use the following omconfig command syntax to enable the enclosure alarm: Complete Syntax omconfig storage enclosure action=enablealarm controller=id enclosure=<ENCLOSUREID> where id is the controller ID. The <ENCLOSUREID> variable specifies the enclosure. Example for SCSI, SATA, and ATA Controllers: For example, to enable the alarm on the enclosure attached to connector 2 on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage enclosure action=enablealarm controller=1 enclosure=2...

  • Page 181: Omconfig Enable Smart Thermal Shutdown

    omconfig Enable Smart Thermal Shutdown The omconfig storage enclosure action=enablests command was supported in previous releases of Storage Management. This command has been replaced by the omconfig storage globalinfo action= enablests command. When enabling smart thermal shutdown and creating CLI scripts, it is preferable to use the omconfig storage globalinfo action=enablests command.

  • Page 182: Omconfig Set Temperature Probe Thresholds

    Complete Syntax omconfig storage enclosure action=setassetname controller=id enclosure=<ENCLOSUREID> assetname=<string> where id is the controller ID. The <ENCLOSUREID> variable specifies the enclosure. In this syntax, <string> is a user-specified alphanumeric string. Example for SCSI, SATA, and ATA Controllers For example, to specify the asset name to encl43 for the enclosure attached to connector 2 on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage enclosure action=setassetname controller=1 enclosure=2 assetname=encl43...

  • Page 183: Omconfig Reset Temperature Probe Thresholds

    Example for SCSI, SATA, and ATA Controllers: In this example, temperature probe 3 resides in the enclosure attached to connector 2 on controller 1. To set the temperature probe thresholds to 10 and 40 omconfig storage enclosure action=settempprobes controller=1 enclosure=2 index=3 minwarn=10 maxwarn=40 omconfig Reset Temperature Probe Thresholds Use the following omconfig command syntax to reset the minimum and maximum warning temperature thresholds back to their default values.

  • Page 184: Omconfig Reset All Temperature Probe Thresholds

    Example Syntax For example, you may want to specify the minimum and maximum warning thresholds for all temperature probes to 10 and 40 Example for SAS Controllers In this example, the temperature probes reside in enclosure 3 attached to connector 2 on controller 1. To set the thresholds for all temperature probes to 10 and 40 omconfig storage enclosure action=setalltempprobes controller=1 enclosure=2:3 minwarn=10 maxwarn=40...

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    Example for SCSI, SATA, and ATA Controllers For example, to blink the LEDs for the enclosure attached to connector 2 on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage enclosure action=blink controller=1 enclosure=2 Example for SAS Controllers For example, to blink the LEDs for enclosure 3 attached to connector 2 on controller 1, enter: omconfig storage enclosure action=blink controller=1 enclosure=2:3 Using the Storage Management Service...

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    Using the Storage Management Service...

  • Page 187: Working With Cli Command Results

    Working With CLI Command Results Server Administrator Command Line Interface (CLI) users can use command output in various ways. This section explains how to save command output to a file and how to select a format for your command results that fits different objectives.

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    Save Command Results to a File That Can Be Overwritten Use the -outc option when you want to overwrite data that is stored in previously written files. For example, at 11:00 A.M. you capture fan probe RPM readings for fan probe 0 on your system and write the results to a file called fans.txt.

  • Page 189: Selecting A Format For Your Cli Command Output

    Append Command Results to an Existing File Use the -outa option when you want to append new command results to data stored in a previously written file. For example, at 11:00 A.M. you capture fan probe RPM readings for fan probe 0 on your system and write the results to a file called fans.txt.

  • Page 190

    The available formats include: • List (lst) • Semicolon-separated values (ssv) • Table (tbl) • Raw xml (xml) • Custom delimited format (cdv) Syntax for the formatting option is: <command> -fmt <format option> For example, type: omreport system summary -fmt tbl where -fmt tbl specifies table format.

  • Page 191

    Table (tbl) Use the tbl or table formatting option to have your data formatted in table rows and columns. To see the following example command output in table format, type: omreport system summary -fmt tbl The example output displays as follows: ------------------------------ Network Interface Card 0 Data ------------------------------...

  • Page 192

    The example output displays as follows: <NICStatus>1</NICStatus><IPAddress>143.166.152.108</IPAddress><Subne tMask>255.255.255.0</SubnetMask><DefaultGateway>143.166.152.1</Defau ltGateway><MACAddr>00-02-b3-23-d2-ca</MACAddr> Custom Delimited Format (cdv) Use the cdv formatting option to report exported data in custom delimited format. You can specify this option with any omreport command. For example, to generate a system summary in custom delimited format, type: omreport system summary -fmt cdv You can also set preferences for the custom delimited format with the omconfig command.

  • Page 193: Glossary

    Glossary The following list defines or identifies technical terms, abbreviations, and acronyms used in Dell Abbreviation for ampere(s). Abbreviation for alternating current. AC power switch A switch with two AC power inputs that provides AC power redundancy by failing over to a standby AC input in the event of a failure to the primary AC input.

  • Page 194

    backup A copy of a program or data file. As a precaution, you should back up your computer's hard drive on a regular basis. Before making a change to the configuration of your computer, you should back up important start-up files from your operating system.

  • Page 195

    cache A fast storage area that keeps a copy of data or instructions for quicker data retrieval. For example, your computer's BIOS may cache ROM code in faster RAM. Or, a disk- cache utility may reserve RAM in which to store frequently accessed information from your computer's disk drives;...

  • Page 196

    When a remote access controller is present on a system running Server Administrator, the CSR that comes with the remote access controller belongs to Dell. If your company wants to generate its own CSR, you can request a unique CSR from a certificate authority and overwrite the Dell CSR.

  • Page 197

    MIF file. DMTF Abbreviation for Distributed Management Task Force, a consortium of companies representing hardware and software providers, of which Dell is a member. Abbreviation for dots per inch. DPMS Abbreviation for Display Power Management Signaling.

  • Page 198

    Abbreviation for data terminal equipment. Any device, such as a computer system, that can send data in digital form by means of a cable or communications line. The DTE is connected to the cable or communications line through a data communications equipment (DCE) device, such as a modem.

  • Page 199

    (or require) expanded memory. expansion bus Your computer contains an expansion bus that allows the microprocessor to communicate with controllers for peripheral devices, such as a network card or an internal modem. expansion-card connector A connector on the computer's system board or riser board for plugging in an expansion card.

  • Page 200

    A metal plate with metal pegs or ribs that help dissipate heat. Most microprocessors include a heat sink. Abbreviation for Dell OpenManage Instrumentation Package. Abbreviation for high memory area. The first 64 KB of extended memory above 1 MB. A memory manager that conforms to the XMS can make the HMA a direct extension of conventional memory.

  • Page 201

    Acronym for independent hardware vendor. IHVs often develop their own MIBs for components that they manufacture. interlacing A technique for increasing video resolution by only updating alternate horizontal lines on the screen. Because interlacing can result in noticeable screen flicker, most users prefer noninterlaced video adapter resolutions.

  • Page 202

    Abbreviation for kilogram(s), 1,000 grams. Abbreviation for kilohertz, 1,000 hertz. Acronym for local area network. A LAN system is usually confined to the same building or a few nearby buildings, with all equipment linked by wiring dedicated specifically to the LAN. Abbreviation for pound(s).

  • Page 203

    Abbreviation for master boot record. Abbreviation for Micro Channel Architecture, which is designed for multiprocessing. MCA eliminates potential conflicts that arise when installing new peripheral devices. MCA is not compatible with either EISA or XT bus architecture, so older cards cannot be used with it.

  • Page 204

    Abbreviation for millivolt(s). name The name of an object or variable is the exact string that identifies it in an SNMP Management Information Base (MIB) file, or in a DMI Management Information Format (MIF) file, or in a CIM Management Object File (MOF). NDIS Abbreviation for Network Driver Interface Specification.

  • Page 205

    PERC Acronym for Dell PowerEdge™ Expandable RAID controller. peripheral device An internal or external device—such as a printer, a disk drive, or a keyboard—connected to a computer.

  • Page 206

    Abbreviation for Personal System/2. Glossary Abbreviation for Pre-boot eXecution Environment. Acronym for quad flat pack. Acronym for remote access controller. Dell OpenManage Server Administrator supports all RACs. These include the DRAC II, DRAC III, DRAC III/XT, ERA, and ERA/O. RAID Acronym for redundant array of independent drives.

  • Page 207

    read-only file A read-only file is one that you are prohibited from editing or deleting. A file can have read-only status if: • Its read-only attribute is enabled. • It resides on a physically write-protected diskette or on a diskette in a write-protected drive. •...

  • Page 208

    A bar code label on the computer that identifies it when you call Dell for customer or technical support. SGRAM Acronym for synchronous graphics RAM. shadowing A computer's system and video BIOS code is usually stored on ROM chips.

  • Page 209

    status Refers to the health or functioning of an object. For example, a temperature probe can have the status normal if the probe is measuring acceptable temperatures. When the probe begins reading temperatures that exceed limits set by the user, it reports a critical status. SVGA Abbreviation for super video graphics array.

  • Page 210

    The sensor's threshold values specify the ranges (min and max values) for determining whether the sensor is operating under normal, noncritical, critical or fatal conditions. Dell-supported threshold values are: • UpperThresholdFatal •...

  • Page 211

    On some Dell computers, a video adapter is integrated into the system board. Also available are many video adapter cards that plug into an expansion-card connector.

  • Page 212

    video memory Most VGA and SVGA video adapters include memory chips in addition to your computer's RAM. The amount of video memory installed primarily influences the number of colors that a program can display (with the appropriate video drivers and monitor capabilities). video mode Video adapters normally support multiple text and graphics display modes.

  • Page 213

    win.ini file A start-up file for the Windows operating system. When you start Windows, it consults the win.ini file to determine a variety of options for the Windows operating environment. Among other things, the win.ini file records what printer(s) and fonts are installed for Windows.

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    Glossary...

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    Index Symbols omconfig, 54 omconfig chassis, 56 omconfig rac, 121 omreport, 25 omreport rac, 114 request for help, 19 about omconfig, 55 acquisition information, 101 optional parameters, 20 acquisition information adding, 101 acswitch omreport chassis, 26 omreport command level 3, 26 adapter omreport chassis slots, 38 alert action...

  • Page 216

    certificate authority, 124 certificate signing request, 124 change virtual disk policy omconfig, 167 chassis omconfig, 56 chassis fault LED, 74 chassis identification LED, 74 chassis information summary, 31 check consistency omconfig, 164 check consistency rate omconfig, 155 clear foreign configuration omconfig, 157 clear physical disk omconfig, 175...

  • Page 217

    conventions for command parameter tables, 21 core count omreport chassis processors, 35 about, 124 generating parameters, 124 user access levels, 120 current speed omreport chassis processors, 35 currents omconfig chassis, 70 omreport chassis, 30 data bus width omreport chassis slots, 38 default maximum warning threshold, 71 default minimum warning...

  • Page 218

    failure messages, 16 fan status omreport, 141 fancontrol omconfig chassis, 72 omreport chassis, 30 fans omconfig chassis, 71 omreport chassis, 30 firmware omreport chassis, 31 format virtual disk, 166 formatting CLI command output, 189 frontpanel omconfig chassis, 72 omreport chassis, 31 generatecert omconfig rac, 124 globalinfo...

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    network omconfig rac, 127 omreport rac, 116 NIC property values, 116 nics omreport chassis, 34 NIS, 13 NMI button, 31 offline physical disk omconfig, 171 omconfg cancel initialize virtual disk, 160 omconfig -?, 54 about, 55 assign dedicated hot spare, 163 assign global hot spare, 172 blink physical disk, 168 blink virtual disk, 159...

  • Page 220

    omconfig chassis bmc name=value pair, 62, 76 omconfig chassis currents name=value pairs, 70 omconfig chassis fancontrol name=value pairs, parameters, 72 omconfig chassis fans name=value pairs, parameters, 71 omconfig chassis frontpanel name=value pair, parameters, 73 omconfig chassis info name=value pair, parameters, 73 omconfig chassis leds name=value pairs, parameters, 74...

  • Page 221

    omconfig rac users example command, 133 name=value pairs, parameters, 132 omconfig rac viewcertificate name=value pair, parameters, 117 omconfig storage battery, 177 connector, 178 controller, 146 enclosure, 179 globalinfo, 144 pdisk, 135, 168 vdisk, 158 omconfig system alertaction, 89 alertlog, 19, 52, 92 assetinfo, 101 cmdlog, 92 esmlog, 92...

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    omreport chassis bmc name=value pairs, parameters, 30, 38 omreport chassis fancontrol name=value pairs, parameters, 30 omreport chassis ports base I/O address, 34 connector type, 35 external name, 34 IRQ level, 34 maximum speed, 35 port type, 34 omreport chassis processors cache properties, 35 connector name, 35 core count, 35...

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    pedestinations omconfig system, 92 omreport system, 43 Physical disks in each stripe, 153 platformevents omconfig system, 93 omreport system, 44 port type omreport chassis ports, 34 ports omreport chassis, 34 prepare to remove physical disk, 170 primary CLI command omconfig, 14 omhelp, 14, 19 omreport, 14 primary CLI commands, 14...

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    shutdown omconfig system, 97 omreport system, 44 shutdown action omconfig system platformevents, 93 slot ID omreport chassis slots, 38 slots omreport chassis, 38 smart thermal shutdown status, 139 snmp omconfig preferences, 87 SNMP trap property values, 116 SNMP traps, 95 disabling, 95 enabling, 95 snmptraps...

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    viewcertificate omreport rac, 117 viewing alert actions for specific components and events, 40 viewing properties for system temperature probes, 38 viewing properties for system voltage probes, 39 viewing properties of system power supplies, 37 viewing properties of system slots, 38 voltage warning thresholds, 85 volts...

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    Index...

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