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Huawei Server Maintenance Manual 09

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How Do I View the Physical Partitioning of a Server Through Logs?

How Do I View the Physical Partitioning of a Server Through Logs?


How do I view the physical partitioning of a server through logs?


You can view the physical partitioning in the partition.cfg file stored in the \one_touch_info_all\smm\infoCollect directory.

As shown in the following figure, Id specifies the SN of a physical partition, Name specifies the name of the physical partition, and Contain specifies the blade/BPU resources contained in the physical partition. Convert the value of Contain into a binary number, whose bit 0 to bit 7 correspond to blade1 to blade8, and 1 indicates that the corresponding blade is included in the partition. For example, if the value of Contain is 8, which is 0000 1000 in binary mode, the physical partition contains only blade4 and is a 4-socket partition.

The following figure shows the mapping between blades and BPUs.

Updated: 2019-02-25

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