system switch ethernet power show

Display power information for Ethernet switches (cluster, management and storage).

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

Description

The system switch ethernet power show command displays the power supply status of the monitored Ethernet switches.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
Selects the fields with the names that you specify.
| [-instance ]}
Displays detailed power supply information for all the switches.
[-device <text>] - Switch Name
Selects the PSUs that belong to the specified switch.
[-psu-name <text>] - Power Supply Name
Selects the PSUs that match the specified power supply name.
[-oper-status {operational|failed|not-operational|not-present|unknown}] - Operational Status
Selects the PSUs that match the specified operational status.
[-error-description <text>] - Error Description
Selects the PSUs that match the specified error description.
[-display-name <text>] - Power Supply Display Name
Selects the PSUs that match the specified display name.
[-unique-name <text>] - Power Supply Unique Name
Selects the PSU that matches the specified unique name.
[-status {ok|ok-with-suppressed|degraded|unreachable|unknown}] - Power Supply Resource Health
Selects the PSUs that match the specified status.
[-monitor {node-connect|system-connect|system|controller|chassis|cluster-switch|example|ethernet-switch}] - Health Monitor
Selects the PSUs that match the specified monitor type.
[-admin-status {on|off|not-defined|unknown}] - Adminstrative Status
Selects the PSUs that match the specified administrative status for the power supply.

Examples

cluster1::> system switch ethernet power show
                                     Admin      Operational
Switch             Power Supply      Status     Status       Error
------------------ ----------------- ---------- -----------  ---------------
SwitchA            PowerSupply-1     on         operational
SwitchA            PowerSupply-2     on         operational