Platform Monitor Commands
  • 08 Jul 2024
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Platform Monitor Commands

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This section presents a detailed description of the CLI commands used to configure and review the configuration of the Platform Monitor application.

Command ModeAccess MethodPromptExit method
Platform Monitor ConfigurationThe User EXEC mode command is used. This is the initial mode to start a session.your product(platform-monitor)#The logout method is used.

Platform Monitor CLI commands are categorized as follows:

Configuration Command

This section includes the Platform Monitor configuration command.

set dry-contact

Command Objective:
This command sets the configuration parameters of the dry-contact probe.

Syntax:
set dry-contact < id > { [state {enable|disable}] [interval <100-1000>] [name <1-127 characters>] [normalstate {close|open}] }

Parameter Description:

  • < id > - The dry-contact input id <1|2>
  • {state <enable|disable>] - Enable/Disable the dry-contact input operational state
  • {interval <100-1000>} - Interval at which the probe will collect data. From 100 to 1000 milliseconds, expressed in steps of 100 milliseconds.
  • {name <1-127 characters>] - Dry-contact input name
  • {normalstate {close|open}} - Normal state of the dry-contact input

Mode:
Platform Monitor Configuration

Example:

Your Product# configure terminal
Your Product(config)# dry-contact
Your Product(dry-contact)# set dry-contact 1 state enable interval 100 name Input1Active normalstate close

Display Commands

This section includes Platform Monitor display commands.

show platform-monitor

Command Objective:
This command displays Platform information.

Syntax:
show platform-monitor { cpu | cpuload | memory | fs | psu | fan | temp}

Parameter Description:

  • cpu - CPU usage
  • cpuload - CPU load average
  • memory - Memory usage
  • fs - File System usage
  • psu - Power Supply
  • fan - Fan
  • temp - Temperature

Mode:
Privileged EXEC Mode

Example:

Your Product# show platform-monitor cpu
CPU used : 9%

show platform-monitor dry-contact configuration | status

Command Objective:
This command displays dry-contact configuration and status information.

Syntax:
show platform-monitor dry-contact {configuration | status}

Parameter Description:

  • dry-contact - The dry-contact probe
  • configuration | status - Configuration|Status of the dry-contact input

Displayed Parameters Description:

  • Input #< id > - The dry-contact input id <1|2>
  • Operational state : Enable|Disable - The dry-contact input operational state
  • Normal input state : Opened|Closed - Normal state of the dry-contact input
  • Interval < 100-1000 > msec - Interval at which the probe will collect data. From 100 to 1000 milliseconds.
  • Name <1-127 characters> - The dry-contact input name
  • Input pin state : Opened|Closed - Input pin state of the dry-contact

Mode:
Privileged EXEC Mode

Example:

Your Product# show platform-monitor dry-contact status
Dry contact input status:
  Input #1 :
     Operational state     : Enabled
     Normal input state    : Closed
     Input pin state       : Opened
  Input #2 :
     Operational state     : Disabled
     Normal input state    : ---
     Input pin state       : ---
Your Product# show platform-monitor dry-contact configuration
Dry contact input configuration:
  Input #1 :
     Operational state    : Enabled
     Normal input state   : Closed
     Interval             : 100 msec
     Name                 : Input1Active
  Input #2 :
     Operational state    : Disabled
     Normal input state   : Opened
     Interval             : 1000 msec
     Name                 : Input2Active

show platform-monitor transceiver

Command Objective:
This command lists transceivers connected on the unit's ports and provides high-level information for the following:

  • Type
  • Vendor name
  • Part number
  • Serial number

Syntax:
show platform-monitor transceiver

Mode:
Privileged EXEC Mode

Example:

Your Product# show platform-monitor transceiver
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port     Type                 Vendor           Part             Serial          
                              Name             Number           Number          
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1        100GBASE-CR4         FS               Q28-PC01         G2006502622-2   
2        100GBASE-SR4         Accedian         7QM-000          L2102090233     
3        100GBASE-LR4         Accedian         7QN-000          L2011190077     
4        100GBASE-ER4         Accedian         7QP-000          L2106250012     
AUX      100G SWDM4           Gigalight        7SM-400          M110803029

show platform-monitor transceiver [port]

Command Objective:
This command provides further information for each transceiver that is set port ID: 1 to 4 or AUX (as labeled on the product's front panel):

  • Temperature (C)
  • Supply Voltage (V)
  • Tx Bias Current (mA)
  • Tx Output Power (dBm)
  • Rx Optical Pwr (dBm)
  • Type
  • Vendor name
  • Part number
  • Serial number

Syntax:
show platform-monitor transceiver [port]

Parameter Description:

  • port - 1 to 4 or AUX (as labeled on the product's front panel)

Mode:
Privileged EXEC Mode

Example:

Your Product# show platform-monitor transceiver 2
Transceiver in 2
Identifier : QSFP28
Transceiver Type : 100GBASE-SR4
Connector Type : MPO 1x12
Wavelength : 850nm
Encoding : 64B/66B
Signaling Rate : 25500 MBd
Transfer Distance : 70m (OM3), 100m (OM4)
Vendor Name : Accedian
Vendor OUI : 00:24:FD
Vendor PN : 7QM-000
Vendor Rev : S1
Vendor SN : L2102090233
Date Code (yy-mm-dd) : 21-02-09
Diagnostic Support : Yes
SFP memory (Location : A0H)
===============================================================================
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
000: 11 DC 0C 80 00 00 00 40 20 02 00 05 FF 00 00 23 * .......@ ......# *
016: 00 00 32 00 41 63 63 65 64 69 61 6E 20 20 20 20 * ..2.Accedian *
032: 20 20 20 20 00 00 24 FD 37 51 4D 2D 30 30 30 20 * ..$.7QM-000 *
048: 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 53 31 42 68 07 D0 46 5A * S1Bh..FZ *
064: 02 00 30 9A 4C 32 31 30 32 30 39 30 32 33 33 20 * ..0.L2102090233 *
080: 20 20 20 20 32 31 30 32 30 39 20 20 0C 00 67 8F * 210209 ..g. *
096: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 * ................ *
112: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 * ................ *
===============================================================================
Transceiver Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM)
===============================================================================
Value Low Alarm Low Warn High Warn High Alarm
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Temperature (C) 29.31 0.00 5.00 65.00 70.00
Supply Voltage (V) 3.30 2.90 3.00 3.50 3.60
===============================================================================
Transceiver Lane Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM)
===============================================================================
Low Alarm Low Warn High Warn High Alarm
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lane Tx Bias Current (mA) 2.00 3.00 13.00 14.00
Lane Tx Output Power (dBm) -9.40 -8.40 2.40 3.40
Lane Rx Optical Pwr (dBm) -11.00 -10.60 2.40 3.40
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lane ID Tx Bias(mA) Tx Pwr(dBm) Rx Pwr(dBm)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 7.00 -0.18 -1.35
2 7.00 0.05 0.17
3 7.00 0.37 0.01
4 7.00 0.13 0.40
===============================================================================

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