system fru-check show

Display Information About the FRUs in the Controller

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

Description

The system fru-check show command checks and displays the results of quick diagnostic tests done for certain FRUs of each controller in the cluster. The tests are not intended to be exhaustive, but simply to do a quick check of certain FRUs especially after replacement.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
Selects the fields that have the specified name.
| [-instance ]}
Selects detailed information (if available) for all the FRUs.
[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node
Selects the FRUs that belong to the node that has the specified name.
[-serial-number <text>] - FRU Serial Number
Selects the FRU matching the specified serial number.
[-fru-name <text>] - FRU Name
Selects the FRU matching the specified fru-name.
[-fru-type {controller|dimm|bootmedia|nvram|nvdimm}] - FRU Type
Selects the FRUs of the specified type.
[-fru-status {pass|fail|unknown}] - Status
Selects the FRUs whose FRU check status matches that specified. "pass" indicates the FRU is operational. "fail" indicates the FRU is not operating correctly. "unknown" indicates a failure to obtain FRU information during the check.
[-display-name <text>] - Display Name
Selects the FRU matching the specified display name.
[-location <text>] - Location
Selects the FRUs whose location matches that specified. Example: Memory Slot: 1
[-additional-info <text>] - Additional Info
Selects the FRUs whose additional information matches that specified. Example: Part No: 69003140-I00-NTA-T
[-reason <text>] - Details
Selects the FRUs whose failure reason matches that specified.