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NAME

na_environment - display information about the filer's physical environment

SYNOPSIS

environment [ ? ]

environment chassis list-sensors

environment status

environment [ status ] shelf

environment [ status ] shelf_log

environment [ status ] shelf_stats

environment [ status ] shelf_power_status

environment [ status ] chassis
[ all | <class> | <class> | ... | <class> ]

where class is a set of jointly monitored chassis sensors, e.g., all the motherboard's temperature sensors, or just one CPU fan sensor.

DESCRIPTION

The environment allows you to display information about the filer's physical environment. This information comes from the filer's environmental sensor readings. Invoking the environment command with no arguments, or with the ? argument will display the usage on a per filer basis.

USAGE

environment
environment ?
Displays the full command usage as follows:
  Usage: environment status |
                     [status] [shelf []] |
                     [status] [chassis [all | Fans | CPU_Fans | Power | Temperature | PS1 | PS2 | list-sensors]]

NOTE: since chassis' classes collection and their names are platform-dependent, the chassis usage is generated dynamically and will vary. Thus the example above represents just a specific filer's configuration.
environment status
Displays all available environmental information, see the individual examples below for format and content.
environment shelf
environment status shelf
Displays the available environmental information for all shelves. Typical environmental shelf output looks like:
          Environment for adapter 3:
                  Shelves monitored: 1    enabled: yes
                  Swap in progress? no    Environmental failure? no

                  EDM 1 (active):
                  SES Configuration, via loop id 3 in shelf 0x0:
                   logical identifier=0x3003040000000000
                   vendor identification=EuroLogc
                   product identification=Eurologic EDM
                   product revision level=0x01000101
                  Vendor-specific information:
                   backplane byte=0x1e     cabinet id=0x0
                   Backplane Type : Single Fibre Channel Backplane
                   Backplane Function : Storage System
                   Kernel Version : 1.0.A          App. Version : 1.1.A
                  Shelf:0         SES path:3.3    Device mask: 0x7f
                  Power Supply present: 0x3; with error: 0x0
                  Fans present: 0x3; with error: 0x0
                  Temperature Sensor present: 0x1; with error: 0x0
                  SES Electronics present: 0x1; with error: 0x0
                  Shelf temperature: 29C (84F)
                  High thresholds: critical: 55C (131F); warning 50C (122F)
                  Low thresholds: critical: 0C (32F); warning 10C (50F)

                  Disks physically present on adapter 3
                    Devices 0x1f-0x00: 0000007f
                    Devices 0x3f-0x20: 00000000
                    Devices 0x5f-0x40: 00000000
                    Devices 0x7f-0x60: 00000000

environment shelf_log
environment status shelf_log

Displays shelf specific module log file information. Not all shelves support logging of this nature. Information displayed is vendor specific dependent on the module present. Logging is sent to /etc/log/shelflog directory and included as an attachment on autosupports. It is rotated with the weekly log rotations.

environment shelf_stats
environment status shelf_stats

Displays shelf specific module statistics information. Not all shelves support statistics of this nature. Information displayed is vendor specific dependent on the module present.

environment shelf_power_status
environment status shelf_power_status

Displays shelf power control status information. Not all shelves support power control status of this nature. Information displayed is vendor specific dependent on the module present.

environment chassis
environment chassis list-sensors

Displays all the sensors in the system, their current readings, states and the thresholds.

environment status chassis

Displays all non-shelf environmental information for the filer.

environment chassis [ all | <class> | <class> | ... |<class> ]
environment status chassis [ all | <class> <class> | ... |<class> ]

Displays the environmental status for the specified class (see NOTE above).

NOTE: environment [status] chassis will list the available chassis classes that can be viewed specifically.

EXAMPLES

environment status shelf

produces the environmental readings for the shelves attached to adapter 3 as follows:

          No shelf environment available from adapter 0a.

          Environment for adapter 1:
                  Shelves monitored: 1    enabled: yes
                  Swap in progress? no    Environmental failure? no

                  EDM 0 (active):
                  SES Configuration, via loop id 3 in shelf 0x0:
                   logical identifier=0x3003040000000000
                   vendor identification=EuroLogc
                   product identification=Eurologic EDM
                   product revision level=0x01000101
                  Vendor-specific information:
                   backplane byte=0x1e     cabinet id=0x0
                   Backplane Type : Single Fibre Channel Backplane
                   Backplane Function : Storage System
                   Kernel Version : 1.0.A          App. Version : 1.1.A
                  Shelf:0         SES path:1.3    Device mask: 0x7f
                  Power Supply present: 0x1; with error: 0x0
                  Fans present: 0x3; with error: 0x0
                  Temperature Sensor present: 0x1; with error: 0x0
                  SES Electronics present: 0x1; with error: 0x0
                  Shelf temperature: 30C (86F)
                  High thresholds: critical: 55C (131F); warning 50C (122F)
                  Low thresholds: critical: 0C (32F); warning 10C (50F)

                  Disks physically present on adapter 1
                    Devices 0x1f-0x00: 0000007f
                    Devices 0x3f-0x20: 00000000
                    Devices 0x5f-0x40: 00000000
                    Devices 0x7f-0x60: 00000000

SEE ALSO

na_sysconfig(1)


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