system controller bootmedia show-serial-number

Display the Boot Media Device serial number

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The system controller bootmedia show-serial-number command displays the Boot Media Device serial number. These commands are available for 80xx, 25xx and later systems. Earlier models are not supported. By default, the command displays the following information about the bootmedia: To display more details, use the -instance parameter.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
Selects the fields that you specify.
| [-instance ]}
Displays detailed information for all the bootmedia devices.
[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node
Selects the bootmedia device that is present on the specified node.
[-serial-num <text>] - Serial Number
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified serial number.
[-vendor-id <Hex Integer>] - Vendor ID
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified vendor ID.
[-device-id <Hex Integer>] - Device ID
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified device ID.
[-display-name <text>] - Display Name
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified display name.
[-unique-name <text>] - Unique Name
Selects the bootmedia device with the specified unique name.
[-monitor {node-connect|system-connect|system|controller|chassis|cluster-switch|example|ethernet-switch}] - Health Monitor Name
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified health monitor.
[-usbmon-status {present|not-present}] - Bootmedia Health Monitor
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified USBMON status.
[-device-state {good|warn|bad}] - Bootmedia State
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified device state.
[-size <integer>] - Max Memory Size (MB)
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified memory size.
[-health {ok|ok-with-suppressed|degraded|unreachable|unknown}] - Status
Selects the bootmedia devices with the specified health monitor status.

Examples

The following example displays the information of the bootmedia devices present in all the nodes in a cluster:
cluster1::> system controller bootmedia show-serial-number

Node          Display Name         Serial Number          (MB) State     Status
------------- -------------------- ------------------- ------- --------- ------
or-12-01
              BootMedia/SAMSUNG    S2J4NXAGA08186       122104 good      ok
              MZVLV128HCGR-00000
              BootMedia-2/SAMSUNG  S2J4NXAGA08198       122104 good      ok
              MZVLV128HCGR-00000
2 entries were displayed.
The following example displays the detailed information about the bootmedia present in a node:
cluster1::> system controller bootmedia show-serial-number -instance -node node1

                    Node: node1
               Vendor ID: 8086
               Device ID: 8d02
            Display Name: TOSHIBA THNSNJ060GMCU
             Unique Name: /dev/ad4s1 (TOSHIBA THNSNJ060GMCU)
     Health Monitor Name: controller
Bootmedia Health Monitor: present
         Bootmedia State: good
  Max memory size(in MB): 16367
                  Status: ok
           Serial number: Y4IS104FTNEW