system controller coredump-device show

Display the coredump device health status

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

Description

The system controller coredump-device show command displays details of the coredump devices present in all the nodes in a cluster. This command is only applicable to AFF A700 systems. By default, the command displays the following information about the coredump device: To display more details, use the -instance parameter.

Parameters

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

Examples

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

                                                          Size Device
Node          FRU/Display Name     Vendor ID Device ID    (GB) State     Status
------------- -------------------- --------- --------- ------- --------- ------
cluster1-01
              Coredump/X9170A      1b85      4018         1024 good      ok
cluster1-02
              Coredump/X9170A      1b85      4018         1024 good      ok
2 entries were displayed.
The example below displays the detailed information about the coredump device present in a node.
cluster1::> system controller coredump-device show -instance -node cluster1-01

                  Node: cluster1-01
         Serial Number: A22P5061550000644
             Vendor ID: 1b85
             Device ID: 4018
          Display Name: Coredump/X9170A
           Unique Name: 0X91701190020741OCZ000Z63000001T0003500
   Health Monitor Name: controller
         Health Status: present
          Device State: good
  Max Memory Size (GB): 1024
                Status: ok
Shelf Connected Status: present