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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 18000 and 18000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 18500 V5, 18800 V5, 18500F V5, and 18800F V5. Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functionsand how to set the CLI and manage the storage system through these commands.

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ld show eventrecord

ld show eventrecord


The ld show eventrecord command is used to query disk event records.


ld show eventrecord usermode





  • When this parameter is mandatory, the current command can be used only in the user mode.
  • When this parameter is optional, the current command can be used in both the user mode and kernel mode.

The value is "-app_data", indicating that the command is executed in the user mode.


Diagnostic view

Usage Guidelines

  • Run the "ld show eventrecord -app_data" command to query disk event records in the user mode.
  • This command can be executed only in the user mode.
  • OceanStor 18500 V5 Kunpeng, 18500F V5 Kunpeng, 18800 V5 Kunpeng and 18800F V5 Kunpeng storage systems support this command.


Query disk event records.

admin:/diagnose> ld show eventrecord -app_data
---------Logic disk event records----------
LogicId:33554944 framId:0 slotId:1 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:08
LogicId:33554945 framId:0 slotId:4 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:08
LogicId:33554946 framId:0 slotId:7 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:08
LogicId:33554947 framId:0 slotId:5 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:08
LogicId:33554948 framId:0 slotId:3 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:08
LogicId:33554949 framId:0 slotId:2 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:08
LogicId:33554950 framId:0 slotId:0 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:08
LogicId:33554951 framId:0 slotId:11 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:10
LogicId:33554952 framId:0 slotId:10 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:10
LogicId:33554953 framId:0 slotId:8 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:10
LogicId:33554954 framId:0 slotId:9 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:10
LogicId:33554955 framId:64 slotId:1 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:48
LogicId:33554956 framId:64 slotId:0 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:48
LogicId:33554957 framId:64 slotId:3 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:48
LogicId:33554958 framId:64 slotId:4 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:53
LogicId:33554959 framId:64 slotId:7 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:53
LogicId:33554960 framId:64 slotId:2 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:54
LogicId:33554961 framId:64 slotId:5 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:59
LogicId:33554962 framId:64 slotId:6 eventType:4 ReportTime:2019-12-07 20:21:59

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.




Logical ID of a disk.


Enclosure ID where a disk resides.


Slot number of a disk.


Type of a disk event.


Time when a disk event was recorded.

Updated: 2020-01-17

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