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E9000 Server V100R001 HMM Alarm Handling 19

This document describes E9000 server alarms in terms of the meaning, impact on the system, possible causes, and solutions.
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Querying Alarm Information

Querying Alarm Information

Alarms of E9000 components are reported to the MM910. You can query alarms of the E9000 server on the HMM CLI and WebUI.

Querying Alarms on the MM910 CLI

  1. Log in to the MM910 CLI.

    For details, see the MM910 User Guide.

  2. Run the smmget -l system -d unhealthylocations command to query the component where the fault alarm is generated.
  3. Run the healthevents command to query detailed alarm information or run the sel command to query detailed event information.

    NOTE:

    The command output of healthevents does not include the event code. The command output of sel contains the event code

    The healthevents command is used to query alarm information about the E9000 chassis and components. The sel command is used to query log information about the E9000 components. For details, see Table 2-1.

    Table 2-1 Commands for querying alarm and log information

    Object

    Command for Querying Alarm Information

    Command for Querying Log Information

    Chassis

    smmget -l shelf -d healthevents

    N/A

    Management module

    smmget [ -l smm ] -d healthevents

    smmget [ -l smm ] -d sel

    Compute node

    smmget -l bladeN -d healthevents

    smmget -l bladeN -d sel

    Switch module

    smmget -l swiN -d healthevents

    smmget -l swiN -d sel

    Fan module

    smmget -l pem -d healthevents

    smmget -l pem -d sel

    Power supply unit

    smmget -l fantray -d healthevents

    smmget -l fantray -d sel

    Example:

    root@SMM:/#smmget -l blade8 -d healthevents
    Wed Apr 25 11:35:09 2018
    Inlet Temp:  The air inlet temperature (17.000 degrees C) exceeds the overtemperature threshold (9.000 degrees C),Severity:Assertion [Minor]
    root@SMM:/#smmget -l blade8 -d sel
    Please Wait...
    The number of sel:1268
    The detailed content:
    
    4f3: Wed Apr 25 11:35:09 2018
    Inlet Temp:  The air inlet temperature (17.000 degrees C) exceeds the overtemperature threshold (9.000 degrees C).Event Code:0X0147FF01,Severity:Assertion [Minor]
    ...

Querying Alarms on the HMM WebUI

  1. Log in to the MM910 WebUI.

    For details, see the MM910 User Guide.

  2. On the Chassis Information page, select the Alarm List tab.

    The alarm information is displayed.

    Figure 2-1 Alarm List

Querying Alarm Details

  1. On the HMM CLI or WebUI, obtain the event code, alarm source, or sensor or alarm object of the alarm to be queried.
  2. Search for the event code in this document and obtain the alarm list related to the event code.
  3. Locate the alarm set of the target alarm source in the alarm list.

    The alarm sources displayed on the MM910 include the following:

    • MM: indicates an alarm of the management module.
    • Slot: indicates an alarm of the compute node.
    • Swi: indicates an alarm of a switch module.
    • Fan: indicates an alarm of a fan module.

    PSU: indicates an alarm of a PSU.

  4. Determine the section based on the sensor/alarm object.
  5. In the section, obtain information such as the possible causes, impact, and handling suggestions of the alarm.
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Updated: 2018-08-16

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