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FusionServer Pro X6000 Server iBMC (V300 to V369) User Guide 09

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FDM PFAE

FDM PFAE

Function Description

Fault Diagnose Management (FDM) provides automatic fault diagnosis of the entire system. FDM includes fault data collection and analysis, fault diagnosis and locating, fault prewarning, and device health analysis. The iBMC uses Huawei proactive failure analysis engine (PFAE) to implement FDM.

During routine operation and maintenance, you can view information about the faulty components and related historical events on the page, and take troubleshooting measures.

Not all the iBMC versions support the FDM PFAE function. If supported, the FDM PFAE function can be used only after it is enabled on the BIOS.

NOTE:
  • On the BIOS of the Purley platform, choose Advanced > System Event Log > FDM and set the FDM function.
  • The XH321 V5 supports the FDM PFAE function from iBMC V328.

GUI

Choose Diagnostics from the main menu, and select FDM PFAE from the navigation tree.

The FDM PFAE page is displayed.

NOTE:

The information displayed on this page may vary with the iBMC version.

Parameter Description

Table 3-27 FDM PFAE

Parameter

Description

Device Connection Tree

Displays the relationships between devices in the server in a tree structure.

Device Information

Provides detailed information, including the basic information and online time about the specified device.

  • CPU information includes the name, manufacturer, model, CPU ID, clock speed, number of cores and threads, L1/L2/L3 cache, BOM code, PPIN, and other parameters.
  • Memory information includes the name, manufacturer, location, capacity, clock speed, SN, type, minimum voltage, and other parameters.
  • NIC information includes the NIC name, manufacturer, model, chip model and vendor, PCB version, and board ID.
  • RAID controller card information includes the name, location, manufacturer, serial number, type, RAID level, PCB version, CPLD version, and board ID.
  • Fan information includes the name, model, fan speed and ratio, and BOM code.
  • Power supply information includes the manufacturer, type, slot, serial number, firmware version, rated power, input mode, and BOM code.
  • Hard disk backplane information includes the location, manufacturer, No., type, PCB version, CPLD version, and board ID.
  • Hard disk information includes the interface type, health status, manufacturer, model, serial number, firmware version, media type, temperature, remnant media wearout, rebuild status, patrol status, and location status.
    NOTE:

    The remnant media wearout indicates the service life of an SSD. A larger remnant media wearout value indicates smaller disk wearout and longer service life. For example, if it is 100%, the hard disk has no wearout.

  • PCIe card information includes the description, manufacturer, slot number, vendor ID, device ID, sub-vendor ID, sub-device ID, and connected resource.
  • Online Time: time when the device was first installed in the server and identified by the iBMC.

Device Event Records

Historical events of the faulty device.

Time Period

Time when the event was generated.

Type

Type of the event.

  • FDM Warning: indicates an FDM alarm.
  • SEL Warning: indicates a system event.
  • Installation: indicates a device installation event.

Severity

Severity level of the event.

  • Event: indicates an event.
  • Minor: indicates a minor alarm.
  • Major: indicates a major alarm.
  • Critical: indicates a critical alarm.
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Updated: 2019-08-01

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