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Troubleshooting Guide

CloudEngine 16800, 12800, 12800E, 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 Series Switches

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Checking the Device Running Status

Checking the Device Running Status

The running status of a switch includes the running status of boards, resetting information, and device temperature.

No.

Check Item

Method

Criteria

Result

1

Running status of boards

NOTE:

This check item applies only to CE12800 and CE12800E series switches.

Run the display device command.

Boards are in service and the running status is normal. In the command output,
  • The Online field displays Present.

  • The Power field displays PowerOn.

  • The Register field displays Registered.

  • The Status field displays Normal.

□ Satisfied

□ Unsatisfied

□ Not involved

2

Fan status

Run the display device fan command.

The Status field displays Normal.

□ Satisfied

□ Unsatisfied

□ Not involved

3

Power supply status

Run the display device power command.

The State field displays Supply.

□ Satisfied

□ Unsatisfied

□ Not involved

4

Device temperature

Run the display device temperature command.

The Status field displays Normal.

□ Satisfied

□ Unsatisfied

□ Not involved

5

CPU usage

Run the display cpu command.

The Status field displays Non-overload.

□ Satisfied

□ Unsatisfied

□ Not involved

6

Memory usage

Run the display memory command.

The Status field displays Non-overload.

□ Satisfied

□ Unsatisfied

□ Not involved

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Updated: 2020-01-07

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