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sethunava
Regular Advisor

how to see the health of power supplies using command

Hi,
we have 9000/800/rp3410 machine with HP-UX 11iv1 installed on it

In this this morning i got a mail saying one of my power is down some 10 hrs back
how to see the current status of both the power supplies from the command line

thanks
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Aneesh Mohan
Honored Contributor

Re: how to see the health of power supplies using command

Hi Navarathinam ,

Please do check using cstm/stm .



Thanks,
Aneesh
Aneesh Mohan
Honored Contributor

Re: how to see the health of power supplies using command

Hi again,

You may get the information using GSP logs or EMS logs (/var/opt/resmon/log/event.log) too.


Thanks,
Aneesh
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AwadheshPandey
Honored Contributor

Re: how to see the health of power supplies using command

cstm>selall
cstm>info
cstm>infolog
http://www.docs.hp.com/en/B2355-90702/ch03s03.html#babhajcc
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Wim Rombauts
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: how to see the health of power supplies using command

To my opinion, the GSP is the best way to check your system's hardware status.
-> Login on your GSP console
-> Enter 'CM' for 'Command Menu'
-> Enter 'PS' for 'Power Status'
sethunava
Regular Advisor

Re: how to see the health of power supplies using command

thanks for all your replies
F Verschuren
Esteemed Contributor

Re: how to see the health of power supplies using command

depening n the hartware (I do not have a rp3410 to see if it works there)
frupower
is alsow a way to see the power of the server.
Armin Kunaschik
Esteemed Contributor

Re: how to see the health of power supplies using command

All you need is to install OnlineDiag package and watch the syslog (visual or with a tool).
There is no need to poll the status since OnlineDiag will do this for you!
Of course you need to monitor the stm daemons, but you would need to do that too if you want a reliable c/mstm output.

A third method would be to buy a ssh license for the GSP/ILO and simply script the PS command (since telnet is that hard to script).

My 2 cents,
Armin
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