ipmctl-show-socket man page

ipmctl-show-socket ā€” Shows basic information about the physical processors

Synopsis

ipmctl show [OPTIONS] -socket [TARGETS]

Description

Shows basic information about the physical processors in the host server.

Options

-a, -all

Shows all attributes.

Note

The all and display options are exclusive and may not be used together.

-d (attributes), -display (attributes)

Filters the returned attributes by explicitly specifying a comma-separated list of any of the attributes defined in the Return Data section.

-h, -help

Displays help for the command.

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

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

-u (B|MB|MiB|GB|GiB|TB| TiB), -units (B|MB|MiB|GB|GiB|TB| TiB)

Changes the units that capacities are displayed in for this command. One of: bytes (B), megabytes (MB), mebibytes (MiB), gigabytes (GB), gibibytes (GiB), terabytes (TB) or tebibytes (TiB).

Targets

-socket (SocketIDs)

Restricts output to the DIMMs installed on specific sockets by supplying the socket target and one or more comma-separated socket identifiers. The default is to display all sockets.

Examples

Displays information about all the processors.

ipmctl show -socket

Lists all properties for socket 1.

ipmctl show -socket 1

Retrieves specific properties for each processor.

ipmctl show -d MappedMemoryLimit -socket

Return Data

Displays a table with the attributes listed below for each physical processor installed in the host server.

SocketID

(Default) The processor socket identifier.

MappedMemoryLimit

(Default) The maximum amount of memory that is allowed to be mapped into the system physical address space for this processor based on its SKU.

TotalMappedMemory

(Default) The total amount of memory that is currently mapped into the system physical address space for this processor.

Referenced By

ipmctl(1).

2019-08-13 ipmctl