Cisco UCS C-Series Servers Integrated Management Controller Configuration Guide, Release 1.0(1x)
Viewing Server Sensors
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Viewing Server Sensors

Viewing Server Sensors

This chapter includes the following sections:

Viewing Power Supply Sensors


Tip


Click a column header to sort the table rows according to the entries in that column.


Procedure
Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
Step 2   On the Server tab, click Sensors.
Step 3   In the Sensors pane, click the Power Supply Sensors tab.
Step 4   In the Properties area, the Redundancy Status field displays the status of the power supply redundancy of the server.
Step 5   In the Threshold Sensors area, you can view the following statistics for the server:
Name Description

Sensor Name column

The name of the sensor.

Status column

The status of the sensor. This can be:


  • Unknown

  • Informational

  • Normal

  • Warning

  • Critical

  • Non-Recoverable

Reading column

The current power supply usage, in watts.

Warning Threshold Min column

The minimum warning threshold.

Warning Threshold Max column

The maximum warning threshold.

Critical Threshold Min column

The minimum critical threshold.

Critical Threshold Max column

The maximum critical threshold.

Step 6   In the Discrete Sensors area, you can view the following statistics for the server:
Name Description

Sensor Name column

The name of the sensor.

Status column

The status of the sensor. This can be:


  • Unknown

  • Informational

  • Normal

  • Warning

  • Critical

  • Non-Recoverable

Reading column

This can be:


  • absent

  • present


Viewing Fan Sensors

Procedure
Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
Step 2   On the Server tab, click Sensors.
Step 3   In the Sensors pane, click the Fan Sensors tab.
Step 4   View the following fan-related statistics for the server:
Tip   

Click a column header to sort the table rows according to the entries in that column.

Name Description

Sensor Name column

The name of the sensor.

Status column

The status of the sensor. This can be:


  • Unknown

  • Informational

  • Normal

  • Warning

  • Critical

  • Non-Recoverable

Speed column

The fan speed in RPM.

Warning Threshold Min column

The minimum warning threshold.

Warning Threshold Max column

The maximum warning threshold.

Critical Threshold Min column

The minimum critical threshold.

Critical Threshold Max column

The maximum critical threshold.


Viewing Temperature Sensors

Procedure
Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
Step 2   On the Server tab, click Sensors.
Step 3   In the Sensors pane, click the Temperature Sensors tab.
Step 4   View the following temperature-related statistics for the server:
Tip   

Click a column header to sort the table rows according to the entries in that column.

Name Description

Sensor Name column

The name of the sensor.

Status column

The status of the sensor. This can be:


  • Unknown

  • Informational

  • Normal

  • Warning

  • Critical

  • Non-Recoverable

Temperature column

The current temperature, in Celsius.

Warning Threshold Min column

The minimum warning threshold.

Warning Threshold Max column

The maximum warning threshold.

Critical Threshold Min column

The minimum critical threshold.

Critical Threshold Max column

The maximum critical threshold.


Viewing Voltage Sensors

Procedure
Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
Step 2   On the Server tab, click Sensors.
Step 3   In the Sensors pane, click the Voltage Sensors tab.
Step 4   View the following voltage-related statistics for the server:
Tip   

Click a column header to sort the table rows according to the entries in that column.

Name Description

Sensor Name column

The name of the sensor.

Status column

The status of the sensor. This can be:


  • Unknown

  • Informational

  • Normal

  • Warning

  • Critical

  • Non-Recoverable

Voltage column

The current voltage, in volts.

Warning Threshold Min column

The minimum warning threshold.

Warning Threshold Max column

The maximum warning threshold.

Critical Threshold Min column

The minimum critical threshold.

Critical Threshold Max column

The maximum critical threshold.