CLI Configuration Guide for Cisco UCS E-Series Servers and the Cisco UCS E-Series Network Compute Engine Integrated Management Controller, Release 2.x
Viewing Server Properties
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Viewing Server Properties

Viewing Server Properties

This chapter includes the following sections:

Viewing Server Properties

Before You Begin

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

Procedure
     Command or ActionPurpose
    Step 1Server# scope chassis  

    Enters chassis command mode.

     
    Step 2Server /chassis # show detail  

    Displays server properties.

     

    This example displays server properties:

    Server# scope chassis
    Server /chassis # show detail
    Chassis:
        Power: on
        Power Button: unlocked
        IOS Lockout: unlocked
        Serial Number: FOC16161F1P
    				Product Name: E160D
    				PID : UCS-E160D-M1/K9
    				UUID: 1255F7F0-9F17-0000-E312-94B74999D9E7
    				Description
     
    

    Viewing the Actual Boot Order

    Procedure
       Command or ActionPurpose
      Step 1Server# scope bios  

      Enters the BIOS command mode.

       
      Step 2 Server /bios # show actual-boot-order  

      Displays details of the BIOS status.

       

      This example displays actual boot order:

      Server# scope bios
      Server /bios # show actual-boot-order
      Boot Order   Type                      Boot Device                         
      ------------ ------------------------- ----------------------------------- 
      1            Internal EFI Shell        Internal EFI Shell                  
      2            CD/DVD                    Linux Virtual CD/DVD 0324                   
      3            HDD                       Cypress                             
      4            HDD                       Linux Virtual FDD/HDD 0324          
      5            FDD                       Linux Virtual Floppy 0324           
      6            Network Device (PXE)      BRCM MBA Slot 0301 v15.2.7          
      7            Network Device (PXE)      BRCM MBA Slot 0302 v15.2.7          
      8            Network Device (PXE)      BRCM MBA Slot 0300 v15.2.7          
      
      

      Viewing CIMC Information

      Before You Begin

      Install the CIMC firmware on the server.

      Procedure
         Command or ActionPurpose
        Step 1Server# scope cimc  

        Enters CIMC command mode.

         
        Step 2Server /cimc # show [detail]  

        Displays the CIMC firmware, current time, and boot loader version.

         

        This example shows information about the CIMC:

        Server# scope cimc
        Server /cimc # show detail
        CIMC:
            Firmware Version: 1.0(1.20120417172632)
            Current Time: Thu Apr 26 12:11:44 2012
            Boot-loader Version: 1.0(1.20120417172632).16
        
        

        Viewing SD Card Information

        Before You Begin

        Install the CIMC firmware on the server.

        Procedure
           Command or ActionPurpose
          Step 1Server# scope cimc  

          Enters CIMC command mode.

           
          Step 2Server /cimc # show sd detail  

          Displays the following information about the SD card: manufacturer and application ID, serial number, hardware and firmware revision, manufacture date, and whether the SD card is detected. If the card detected status is yes, it indicates that the SD card is present and is functional.

           

          This example shows information about the CIMC:

          Server# scope cimc
          Server /cimc # show sd detail
          Manufacturer ID: Unigen 0x000045
              OEM/Application ID: 0x0024
              Serial Number: 0x39500025
              Hardware Revision: 0x2
              Firmware Revision: 0x0
              Manufacture Date: 06/2013
              Card Detected: yes	
          

          Viewing CPU Properties

          Before You Begin

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

          Procedure
             Command or ActionPurpose
            Step 1Server# scope chassis  

            Enters chassis command mode.

             
            Step 2Server /chassis # show cpu [detail]  

            Displays CPU properties.

             

            This example displays CPU properties:

            Server# scope chassis
            Server /chassis # show cpu
            Name         Cores    Version                                            
            ------------ -------- -------------------------------------------------- 
            CPU1         4        Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU     E5-2418L 0 @ 2.00GHz     
            
            Server /chassis #  
            

            Viewing Memory Properties

            Before You Begin

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

            Procedure
               Command or ActionPurpose
              Step 1Server# scope chassis  

              Enters chassis command mode.

               
              Step 2Server /chassis # show dimm [detail]  

              Displays memory properties.

               
              Step 3Server /chassis # show dimm-summary  

              Displays DIMM summary information.

               

              This example displays memory properties:

              Server# scope chassis
              Server /chassis # show dimm
              Name         								Capacity        Channel Speed (MHz) Channel Type    
              -------------------- --------------- ------------------- --------------- 
              
              Node0_Dimm0 									8192 MB 								1333 															DDR3 
              Node0_Dimm1 									8192 MB 								1333 															DDR3 
              Node0_Dimm2 									8192 MB 								1333 															DDR3 
               
              

              This example displays detailed information about memory properties:

              Server# scope chassis
              Server /chassis # show dimm detail
              Name Node0_Dimm0:
              	Capacity: 8192 MB
              	Channel Speed (MHz): 1333
              	Channel Type: DDR3
              	Memory Type Detail: Registered (Buffered)
              	Bank Locator: Node0_Bank0
              	Visibility: Yes
              	Operability: Operable
              	Manufacturer: Samsung
              	Part Number: M393B1K70DH0-
              	Serial Number: 86A7D514
              	Asset Tag: Dimm0_AssetTag
              	Data Width: 64 bits
              	Name Node0_Dimm1:
              	Capacity: 8192 MB
              
              

              This example displays DIMM summary information:

              Server# scope chassis
              Server /chassis # show dimm-summary
              DIMM Summary:
              	Memory Speed: 1334 MHz
              	Total Memory: 24576 MB
              	Effective Memory: 24576 MB
              	Redundant Memory: 0 MB
              	Failed Memory: 0 MB
              	Ignored Memory: 0 MB
              	Number of Ignored Dimms: 0
              	Number of Failed Dimms: 0
              	Memory RAS possible: Reserved
              	Memory Configuration: Maximum Performance
              
              

              Viewing Power Supply Properties

              Before You Begin

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

              Procedure
                 Command or ActionPurpose
                Step 1Server# scope power-cap  

                Enters the power cap command mode.

                 
                Step 2Server /power-cap # show [detail]  

                Displays the server power consumption information.

                 

                This example displays the detailed power supply properties for a single-wide E-Series Server:

                		Server# scope power-cap
                		Server /power-cap # show detail
                			Cur Consumption (W): 36.10 W
                			Max Consumption (W): 075
                			Min Consumption (W): 36.10 W
                	Server /power-cap #  
                
                

                This example displays the detailed power supply properties for a double-wide E-Series Server:

                		Server# scope power-cap
                		Server /power-cap # show detail
                			Cur Consumption (W): 43.1 W
                			Max Consumption (W): 160
                			Min Consumption (W): 43.1 W
                	Server /power-cap #
                  
                

                Viewing Storage Properties

                Viewing Storage Adapter Properties


                Note


                This procedure is applicable to E-Series Servers and the SM E-Series NCE. This procedure is not applicable to the EHWIC E-Series NCE.


                Before You Begin

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

                Procedure
                   Command or ActionPurpose
                  Step 1Server# scope chassis  

                  Enters the chassis command mode.

                   
                  Step 2Server /chassis # show storageadapter [slot] [detail]  

                  Displays installed storage cards.

                  Note   

                  This command displays all MegaRAID controllers on the server that can be managed through the CIMC. If an installed controller or storage device is not displayed, then it cannot be managed through the CIMC.

                   
                  Step 3Server /chassis # scope storageadapter SLOT-5  

                  Enters command mode for an installed storage card.

                   
                  Step 4Server /chassis/storageadapter # show capabilites [detail]  

                  Displays RAID levels supported by the storage card.

                   
                  Step 5Server /chassis/storageadapter # show error-counters [detail]  

                  Displays number of errors seen by the storage card.

                   
                  Step 6Server /chassis/storageadapter # show firmware-versions [detail]  

                  Displays firmware version information for the storage card.

                   
                  Step 7Server /chassis/storageadapter # show hw-config [detail]  

                  Displays hardware information for the storage card.

                   
                  Step 8Server /chassis/storageadapter # show pci-info [detail]  

                  Displays adapter PCI information for the storage card.

                   
                  Step 9Server /chassis/storageadapter # show running-firmware-images [detail]  

                  Displays running firmware information for the storage card.

                   
                  Step 10Server /chassis/storageadapter # show settings [detail]  

                  Displays adapter firmware settings for the storage card.

                   

                  This example displays storage properties:

                  Server# scope chassis
                  Server /chassis # show storageadapter
                  
                  Controller Product Name                Firmware Package Build Product ID     Cache Memory Size 
                  ---------- --------------------------- ---------------------- -------------- ----------------- 
                  SLOT-5     LSI MegaRAID SAS 2004 ROMB  20.10.1-0092           LSI Logic      0 MB           
                  
                              
                  

                  Viewing Physical Drive Properties


                  Note


                  This procedure is applicable to E-Series Servers and the SM E-Series NCE. This procedure is not applicable to the EHWIC E-Series NCE.


                  Procedure
                     Command or ActionPurpose
                    Step 1Server# scope chassis  

                    Enters the chassis command mode.

                     
                    Step 2Server /chassis # scope storageadapter SLOT-5  

                    Enters command mode for an installed storage card.

                     
                    Step 3Server /chassis/storageadapter # show physical-drive [slot-number] [detail]  

                    Displays physical drive information for the storage card.

                     
                    Step 4Server /chassis/storageadapter # show physical-drive-count [detail]  

                    Displays the number of physical drives on the storage card.

                     
                    Step 5Server /chassis/storageadapter # scope physical-drive slot-number  

                    Enters command mode for the specified physical drive.

                     
                    Step 6Server /chassis/storageadapter/physical-drive # show general [detail]  

                    Displays general information about the specified physical drive.

                     
                    Step 7Server /chassis/storageadapter/physical-drive # show security [detail]  

                    Displays inquiry data about the specified physical drive.

                     
                    Step 8Server /chassis/storageadapter/physical-drive # show status [detail]  

                    Displays status information about the specified physical drive.

                     

                    This example displays general information about the physical drive number 1 on the storage card named SLOT-5:

                    Server# scope chassis
                    Server /chassis # scope storageadapter SLOT-5
                    Server /chassis/storageadapter # scope physical-drive 1
                    Server /chassis/storageadapter/physical-drive # show general
                    Slot Number 1:
                        Controller: SLOT-5
                    				Enclosure Device ID: 64
                    				Device ID: 3
                    				Sequence Number: 2
                    				Media Error Count: 0
                    				Other Error Count: 12
                    				Predictive Failure Count: 0
                    				Link Speed: 6.0 Gb/s
                    				Interface Type: SATA
                    				Media Type: HDD
                    				Block Size: 512
                    				Block Count: 1953525168
                    				Raw Size: 953869 MB
                    				Non Coerced Size: 953357 MB
                    				Coerced Size: 952720 MB
                    				SAS Address 0: 4433221100000000
                    				SAS Address 1: 
                    				Connected Port 0: 
                    				Connected Port 1: 
                    				Connected Port 2: 
                    				Connected Port 3: 
                    				Connected Port 4: 
                                 
                    

                    This example provides status information about the physical drive number 1 on the storage card named SLOT-5:

                    Server# scope chassis
                    Server /chassis # scope storageadapter SLOT-5
                    Server /chassis/storageadapter # scope physical-drive 1
                    Server /chassis/storageadapter/physical-drive # show status
                    Slot Number 1:
                    			Controller: SLOT-5
                    			State: system
                    			Online: true
                    			Fault: false
                    

                    Viewing Virtual Drive Properties


                    Note


                    This procedure is applicable to E-Series Servers and the SM E-Series NCE. This procedure is not applicable to the EHWIC E-Series NCE.


                    Procedure
                       Command or ActionPurpose
                      Step 1Server# scope chassis  

                      Enters the chassis command mode.

                       
                      Step 2Server /chassis # scope storageadapter SLOT-5  

                      Enters command mode for an installed storage card.

                       
                      Step 3Server /chassis/storageadapter # show virtual-drive [drive-number] [detail]  

                      Displays virtual drive information for the storage card.

                       
                      Step 4Server /chassis/storageadapter # show virtual-drive-count [detail]  

                      Displays the number of virtual drives configured on the storage card.

                       
                      Step 5Server /chassis/storageadapter # scope virtual-drive drive-number  

                      Enters command mode for the specified virtual drive.

                       
                      Step 6Server /chassis/storageadapter/virtual-drive # show physical-drive [detail]  

                      Displays physical drive information about the specified virtual drive.

                       

                      This example displays power supply properties:

                      Server# scope chassis
                      Server /chassis # scope storageadapter SLOT-5
                      Server /chassis/storageadapter # show virtual-drive
                      Virtual Drive  Status               Name                     Size       RAID Level 
                      -------------- -------------------- ------------------------ ---------- ---------- 
                      0              Optimal                                       571250 MB  RAID 1     
                      
                      Server /chassis/storageadapter # show virtual-drive-count
                      PCI Slot SLOT-5:
                          Virtual Drive Count: 1
                          Degraded Virtual Drive Count: 0
                          Offline Virtual Drive Count: 0
                      Server /chassis/storageadapter # scope virtual-drive 0
                      Server /chassis/storageadapter/virtual-drive # show physical-drive 
                      Span  Physical Drive Status     Starting Block Number Of Blocks 
                      ----- -------------- ---------- -------------- ---------------- 
                      0     2              online     0              1169920000       
                      0     1              online     0              1169920000       
                      
                       
                      

                      Viewing PCI Adapter Properties


                      Note


                      This procedure is applicable to E-Series Servers and the SM E-Series NCE. This procedure is not applicable to the EHWIC E-Series NCE.


                      Before You Begin

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

                      Procedure
                         Command or ActionPurpose
                        Step 1Server# scope chassis  

                        Enters the chassis command mode.

                         
                        Step 2Server /chassis # show pci-adapter [detail]  

                        Displays PCI adapter properties.

                         

                        This example displays PCI adapter properties:

                        Server# scope chassis
                        Server /chassis # show pci-adapter
                        Name             Slot  Vendor ID    Device ID    Product Name              
                        ---------------- ----- ------------ ------------ ------------------------- 
                        PCIe Adapter1    1     0x1137       0x0042       Cisco UCS P81E Virtual... 
                        PCIe Adapter2    5     0x1077       0x2432       Qlogic QLE2462 4Gb dua... 
                        
                        Server /chassis # 
                        

                        Viewing Power Policy Statistics

                        Procedure
                           Command or ActionPurpose
                          Step 1 Server# show power-cap detail 

                          Displays the server power consumption statistics and the power cap policy.

                           

                          The displayed fields are described in the following table:

                          Name Description

                          Current Consumption

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

                          Maximum Consumption

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

                          Minimum Consumption

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

                          This example displays the detailed power statistics for a single-wide E-Series Server:

                          		Server# scope power-cap
                          		Server /power-cap # show detail
                          			Cur Consumption (W): 36.10 W
                          			Max Consumption (W): 075
                          			Min Consumption (W): 36.10 W
                          	Server /power-cap #  
                          
                          

                          This example displays the detailed power statistics for a double-wide E-Series Server:

                          		Server# scope power-cap
                          		Server /power-cap # show detail
                          			Cur Consumption (W): 43.1 W
                          			Max Consumption (W): 160
                          			Min Consumption (W): 43.1 W
                          	Server /power-cap #
                            
                          

                          Viewing Hard Drive Presence

                          Before You Begin

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

                          Procedure
                             Command or ActionPurpose
                            Step 1Server# scope chassis  

                            Enters the chassis command mode.

                             
                            Step 2Server /chassis # show hdd  

                            Displays the hard drives.

                             

                            This example displays power supply properties:

                            Server# scope chassis
                            Server /chassis # show hdd
                            				Name 												Status 
                            -------------------- -------------------- 
                            HDD1_PRS 												inserted 
                            HDD2_PRS 												inserted 
                            HDD3_PRS 												inserted 
                            
                             
                            

                            Viewing the MAC Address of an Interface

                            You can view the system defined interface names and the MAC address that is assigned to each host interface.

                            Procedure
                               Command or ActionPurpose
                              Step 1Server# scope cimc  

                              Enters CIMC command mode.

                               
                              Step 2Server /cimc # scope network  

                              Enters network command mode.

                               
                              Step 3Server /cimc/network # show lom-mac-list [detail]  

                              Displays the system defined interface names and the MAC address that is assigned to each host interface.

                               

                              This example shows how to display the system defined interface names and the MAC address that is assigned to each host interface:

                              Server# scope cimc
                              Server /cimc # scope network
                              Server /cimc/network # show lom-mac-list
                              Interface                      MAC Address
                              ------------------------------ --------------------
                              Console                        00:24:c4:f4:89:ee
                              GE1                            00:24:c4:f4:89:ef
                              GE2                            00:24:c4:f4:89:f0
                              GE3                            00:24:c4:f4:89:f1
                              
                              

                              Viewing the Status of CIMC Network Connections

                              Before You Begin

                              You must log in as a user with admin privileges to view the status of the CIMC network connections; whether the link is detected (physical cable is connected to the network interface) or not detected.

                              Procedure
                                 Command or ActionPurpose
                                Step 1Server# scope cimc  

                                Enters CIMC command mode.

                                 
                                Step 2Server /cimc # scope network  

                                Enters CIMC network command mode.

                                 
                                Step 3Server /cimc/network # show link state [detail]  

                                Displays the status of the CIMC network connections; whether the link is detected (physical cable is connected to the network interface) or not detected.

                                 

                                This example displays the status of the CIMC network connections:

                                Server# scope cimc
                                Server /cimc # scope network
                                Server /cimc/network # show link state
                                Interface                      State                
                                ------------------------------ -------------------- 
                                Console                        Link Detected        
                                GE1                            No Link Detected     
                                GE2                            No Link Detected     
                                GE3                            No Link Detected     
                                Dedicated                      Link Detected   
                                     
                                Server /cimc/network # show link-state detail 
                                Link State:
                                    Interface: Console
                                    State: Link Detected
                                Link State:
                                    Interface: GE1
                                    State: No Link Detected
                                Link State:
                                    Interface: GE2
                                    State: No Link Detected
                                Link State:
                                    Interface: GE3
                                    State: No Link Detected
                                Link State:
                                    Interface: Dedicated
                                    State: Link Detected