ipmctl-show-cel - Man Page

Shows the current PMem module firmware Command Effect Log.

Synopsis

ipmctl show [OPTIONS] -cel [TARGETS]

Description

Retrieves the PMem module command effect log and presents the response as a list of DimmID, Opcode, SubOpcode and PMem module firmware command effects.

Options

-h, -help

Displays help for the command.

-ddrt

Used to specify DDRT as the desired transport protocol for the current invocation of ipmctl.

-smbus

Used to specify SMBUS as the desired transport protocol for the current invocation of ipmctl.
Note

The -ddrt and -smbus options are mutually exclusive and may not be used together.

-lpmb

Used to specify large transport payload size for the current invocation of ipmctl.

-spmb

Used to specify small transport payload size for the current invocation of ipmctl.
Note

The -lpmb and -spmb options are mutually exclusive and may not be used together.

-o (text|nvmxml), -output (text|nvmxml)

Changes the output format. One of: "text" (default) or "nvmxml".

Targets

-dimm [DimmIDs]

Restricts output to specific PMem modules by supplying one or more comma separated PMem module identifiers. The default is to display all manageable PMem modules.

Examples

Lists command effects for all PMem modules installed in the system

ipmctl show -cel

Lists command effects for PMem module 0x1001

ipmctl show -dimm 0x1001 -cel

Limitations

In order to successfully execute this command:

Return Data

The default behavior is to return a table which lists the command effects per Opcode and SubOpcode.

DimmID

The default display of PMem module identifiers. One of:

  • UID: Use the DimmUID attribute as defined in the command Show Device.
  • HANDLE: Use the DimmHandle attribute as defined in the command Show Device. This is the default.
Opcode

The Opcode for a command.

SubOpcode

The SubOpcode for a command.

CE Description

A comma separated list that includes one or more of:

  • NE:   No Effect
  • SSC:  Security State Change
  • DCC:  DIMM Configuration Change after reboot
  • IDCC: Immediate DIMM Configuration Change
  • QIO:  Quiesce All IO
  • IDDC: Immediate DIMM Data Change
  • TM:   Test Mode
  • DM:   Debug Mode
  • IDPC: Immediate DIMM Policy Change

Referenced By

ipmctl(1).

2020-10-15 ipmctl