GUI Configuration Guide for Cisco UCS E-Series Server Modules Integrated Management Controller, Release 1.0
Viewing Server Properties
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Viewing Server Properties

Viewing Server Properties

This chapter includes the following sections:

Viewing Server Properties

Procedure
    Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
    Step 2   On the Server tab, click Summary.
    Step 3   In the Server Properties area of the Server Summary pane, review the following information:
    Name Description

    Product Name field

    The model name of the server.

    Serial Number field

    The serial number for the server.

    PID field

    The product ID.

    UUID field

    The UUID assigned to the server.

    BIOS Version field

    The version of the BIOS running on the server.

    Description field

    A user-defined description for the server.


    Viewing Router Information

    Procedure
      Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
      Step 2   On the Server tab, click Summary.
      Step 3   In the Router Information area of the Server Summary tab, view the following information:
      Name Description

      Router Model field

      The model number of the router.

      Serial Number field

      The serial number of the router.

      Slot Number field

      The slot number of the router in which the server is installed.


      Viewing CPU Properties

      Procedure
        Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
        Step 2   On the Server tab, click Inventory.
        Step 3   In the Inventory pane, click the CPUs tab.
        Step 4   Review the following information for each CPU:
        Name Description

        Socket Name field

        The socket in which the CPU is installed.

        Vendor field

        The vendor for the CPU.

        Status field

        The status of the CPU.

        Family field

        The family to which this CPU belongs.

        Speed field

        The CPU speed, in megahertz.

        Version field

        The CPU version.

        Number of Cores field

        The number of cores in the CPU.

        Signature field

        The signature information for the CPU.

        Number of Threads field

        The maximum number of threads that the CPU can process concurrently.


        Viewing Memory Properties

        Procedure
          Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
          Step 2   On the Server tab, click Inventory.
          Step 3   In the Inventory pane, click the Memory tab.
          Step 4   In the Memory Summary area, review the following summary information about memory:
          Name Description

          Memory Speed field

          The memory speed, in megahertz.

          Failed Memory field

          The amount of memory that is currently failing, in megabytes.

          Total Memory field

          The total amount of memory available on the server if all DIMMs are fully functional.

          Ignored Memory field

          The amount of memory currently not available for use, in megabytes.

          Effective Memory field

          The actual amount of memory currently available to the server.

          Number of Ignored DIMMs field

          The number of DIMMs that the server cannot access.

          Redundant Memory field

          The amount of memory used for redundant storage.

          Number of Failed DIMMs field

          The number of DIMMs that have failed and cannot be used.

          Memory RAS Possible field

          Details about the memory configuration the server supports. This can be one of the following:

          • Memory configuration can support mirroring
          • Memory configuration can support sparing
          • Memory configuration can support either mirroring or sparing
          • Memory configuration can support lockstep
          • Memory configuration cannot support RAS

          Memory Configuration field

          The current memory configuration. This can be one of the following:

          • Maximum Performance—The system automatically optimizes the memory performance.
          • Mirroring—The server maintains two identical copies of the data in memory. This option effectively halves the available memory on the server, because one half is automatically reserved for mirrored copy.
          • Sparing—The system reserves some memory for use in the event a DIMM fails. If that happens, the server takes the DIMM offline and replaces it with the reserved memory. This option provides less redundancy than mirroring, but it leaves more of the memory available for programs running on the server.
          • Lockstep—The system uses two memory channels at a time and provides a higher level of protection. This option is most reliable, but it reduces the total memory capacity by one-third.
          Step 5   In the Memory Details table, review the following detailed information about each DIMM:
          Tip   

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

          Name Description

          Name column

          The name of the DIMM slot in which the memory module is installed.

          Capacity column

          The size of the DIMM.

          Channel Speed column

          The clock speed of the memory channel, in megahertz.

          Channel Type column

          The type of memory channel.

          Memory Type Detail column

          The type of memory used in the device.

          Bank Locator column

          The location of the DIMM within the memory bank.

          Manufacturer column

          The vendor ID of the manufacturer. This can be one of the following:

          • 0x2C00—Micron Technology, Inc.
          • 0x5105—Qimonda AG i. In.
          • 0x802C—Micron Technology, Inc.
          • 0x80AD—Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
          • 0x80CE—Samsung Electronics, Inc.
          • 0x8551—Qimonda AG i. In.
          • 0xAD00—Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
          • 0xCE00—Samsung Electronics, Inc.

          Serial Number column

          The serial number of the DIMM.

          Asset Tag column

          The asset tag associated with the DIMM, if any.

          Part Number column

          The part number for the DIMM assigned by the vendor.

          Visibility column

          Whether the DIMM is available to the server.

          Operability column

          Whether the DIMM is currently operating correctly.

          Data Width column

          The amount of data the DIMM supports, in bits.


          Viewing Power Supply Properties

          Procedure
            Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
            Step 2   On the Server tab, click Inventory.
            Step 3   In the Inventory pane, click the Power Supplies tab.
            Step 4   Review the following information for each power supply:
            Tip   

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

            Name Description

            Device ID column

            The identifier for the power supply unit.

            Input column

            The input into the power supply, in watts.

            Max Output column

            The maximum output from the power supply, in watts.

            FW Version column

            The firmware version for the power supply.

            Product ID column

            The product identifier for the power supply assigned by the vendor.


            Viewing Storage Properties

            Procedure
              Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
              Step 2   On the Server tab, click Inventory.
              Step 3   In the Inventory pane, click the Storage tab.
              Step 4   In the Storage Adapters area, review the information about the available adapter cards.

              This area contains a table listing all RAID controllers on the server that can be managed through CIMC. To view details about a particular storage device, select it in the table and view the information in the tabs below.

              If a particular storage device does not appear on this tab, it cannot be managed through CIMC. To view the status of an unsupported device, see the documentation for that device.

              Tip   

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

              Step 5   In the Storage Adapters area, click a row to view the detailed properties of that adapter.

              The properties of the selected storage adapter appear in the tabbed menu below the Storage Adapters area.

              Step 6   Select the Controller Info tab and review the information.

              If a MegaRAID controller is selected in the Storage Adapters table, this tab shows the following information.

              • Firmware versions
              • PCI information
              • Running firmware image information
              • Virtual and physical drive counts
              • General settings
              • Capabilities
              • Hardware configuration
              • Error counters
              Step 7   Select the Physical Drive Info tab and review the information.

              This tab shows the following information for the controller selected in the Storage Adapters table.

              • General drive information
              • Identification information
              • Drive status
              • Security information
              Step 8   Select the Virtual Drive Info tab and review the information.

              This tab shows the following information for the controller selected in the Storage Adapters table.

              • General drive information
              • Physical drive information
              • RAID information
              • Allows you to create, edit, and clear RAID configuration

              Viewing PCI Adapter Properties

              Before You Begin

              The server must be powered on, or the properties will not display.

              Procedure
                Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
                Step 2   On the Server tab, click Inventory.
                Step 3   In the Inventory pane, click the PCI Adapters tab.
                Step 4   In the PCI Adapters area, review the following information for the installed PCI adapters:
                Name Description

                Slot ID column

                The slot in which the adapter resides.

                Product Name column

                The name of the adapter.

                Vendor ID column

                The adapter ID assigned by the vendor.

                Device ID column

                The device ID assigned by the vendor.


                Viewing Power Statistics

                Procedure
                  Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Server tab.
                  Step 2   On the Server tab, click Power Policies.
                  Step 3   In the Power Statistics area, review the information in the following fields:
                  Name Description

                  Current Consumption field

                  The power currently being used by the server, in watts.

                  Maximum Consumption field

                  The maximum number of watts consumed by the server since the last time it was rebooted.

                  Minimum Consumption field

                  The minimum number of watts consumed by the server since the last time it was rebooted.