Cisco UCS Manager GUI Configuration Guide, Release 1.3(1)
Managing the I/O Modules
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Managing the I/O Modules

Managing the I/O Modules

This chapter includes the following sections:

I/O Module Management in Cisco UCS Manager GUI

You can manage and monitor all I/O modules in a Cisco UCS instance through Cisco UCS Manager GUI.

Resetting an I/O Module

Procedure
Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Equipment tab.
Step 2   On the Equipment tab, expand Equipment > Chassis > Chassis Number > IO Modules.
Step 3   Choose the I/O module that you want to reset.
Step 4   In the Work pane, click the General tab.
Step 5   In the Actions area, click Reset IO Module.
Step 6   If Cisco UCS Manager GUI displays a confirmation dialog box, click Yes.

Monitoring an I/O Module

Procedure
Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Equipment tab.
Step 2   On the Equipment tab, expand Equipment > Chassis > Chassis Number > IO Modules.
Step 3   Click the I/O module that you want to monitor.
Step 4   Click one of the following tabs to view the status of the I/O module:
Option Description

General tab

Provides an overview of the status of the I/O module, including a summary of any faults, a summary of the module properties, and a physical display of the module and its components.

Fabric Ports tab

Displays the status and selected properties of all fabric ports in the I/O module.

Backplane Ports tab

Displays the status and selected properties of all backplane ports in the I/O module.

Faults tab

Provides details of faults generated by the I/O module.

Events tab

Provides details of events generated by the I/O module.

FSM tab

Provides details about and the status of FSM tasks related to the I/O module. You can use this information to diagnose errors with those tasks.

Statistics tab

Provides statistics about the I/O module and its components. You can view these statistics in tabular or chart format.


Viewing the POST Results for an I/O Module

You can view any errors collected during the Power On Self-Test process for an I/O module.

Procedure
Step 1   In the Navigation pane, click the Equipment tab.
Step 2   On the Equipment tab, expand Equipment > Chassis > Chassis Number > IO Modules.
Step 3   Choose the I/O module for which you want to view the POST results.
Step 4   In the Work pane, click the General tab.
Step 5   In the Actions area, click View POST Results.

The POST Results dialog box lists the POST results for the I/O module.

Step 6   Click OK to close the POST Results dialog box.