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    Manage Hardware Components

    Manage Storage Processor (SP)

    The following table lists the health state values for the storage processor (SP) in Normal mode.

    Table 1. Storage processor health state values (Normal mode)
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The SP is operating normally.
    10
    Degraded/Warning
    • The write cache is disabled on the SP.
    • The SP is starting.
    20
    Major failure
    • The SP has faulted.
    • The SP is missing.
    • The SP is not responding.

    The following table lists the health state values for the storage processor in Service/Rescue mode.

    Table 2. Storage processor health state values (Service/Rescue mode)
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    10
    Degraded/Warning
    • A user has placed the SP into the Service mode.
    20
    Major failure
    • The system software on this SP has encountered a problem.
    • The CPU in the SP has faulted.
    • IO module 0 in the SP has faulted.
    • IO module 1 in the SP has faulted.
    • The CPU and IO module 0 in the SP have faulted.
    • The CPU and IO module 1 in the SP have faulted.
    • Memory DIMM 0 in the SP has faulted.
    • Memory DIMM 0 and 1in the SP have faulted.
    • Memory DIMM 1 in the SP has faulted.
    • Memory DIMM 2 in the SP has faulted.
    • Memory DIMMs in the SP have faulted.
    • The SP has faulted.
    • The SSD in the SP has faulted.
    • The entire blade in the SP has faulted.
    • The fibre cable connection in the SP has faulted.
    • The enclosure in the SP has faulted.
    • An I/O module in the SP is configured incorrectly.
    • An unexpected error has occurred in the SP.
    • A cable is in the wrong SAS port on the SP.
    • No SAS port was found on the SP.
    • There is an invalid disk configuration on the SP
    • There is no I/O between ab I/O module in the SP and a link control card on a disk array enclosure.
    • A FLARE DB drive in the storage processor has faulted.
    • One of the first four drives have mismatched types.
    • One of the first four drives has an invalid block size.
    • One of the first four drives has a mismatched size.
    • DPE resume is missing an EMC serial number.

    View Storage Processor

    View existing Storage Processors (SPs).

    Format
    /env/sp [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Identifies the Storage Processor.
    Example 1 (physical deployments only)

    The following command displays the existing SPs:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/sp show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1: ID           = spa
       DPE          = DPE_1
       Slot         = 1
       Mode         = Normal
       Health state = OK (5)
       Memory size  = 34359738368 (32G)
    
    2: ID           = spb
       DPE          = DPE_1
       Slot         = 2
       Mode         = Normal
       Health state = OK (5)
       Memory size  = 34359738368 (32G)
    
                            
    Example 2 (virtual deployments only)

    The following command displays existing SP for a virtual system.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.2 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/sp show -detail
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.2
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:    ID             = spa
          UUID           = 421DB2B2-6AAC-BB48-73DE-513390292444
          DPE            = dpe
          Slot           = 0
          Name           = SP A
          Mode           = Normal
          Health state   = OK (5)
          Health details = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Model          = VIRT SP 12GB
          Memory size    = 12884901888 (12.0G)
    
                            

    Manage disk

    The following table lists the health state values for the drive.

    Table 3. Physical drive health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The drive is operating normally.
    • The drive slot is empty.
    10
    Degraded/Warning
    • The drive is resynchronizing with the system.
    • The drive cannot be used because the system has exceeded the maximum number of allowable drives.
    15
    Minor failure
    • The drive is inserted in the wrong slot.
    • The drive is removed.
    • The drive is offline.
    20
    Major failure
    • The drive has faulted.
    • The drive is unsupported.
    Table 4. Virtual disk health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The virtual disk is operating normally.
    7
    OK_BUT
    • The virtual disk was originally configured for a different storage system.
    • The virtual disk was originally configured for a different storage pool.
    20
    Major failure
    • The virtual disk is not accessible.
    • The virtual disk is too small.
    • The virtual disk is too large.
    • The virtual disk failed due to system or I/O error.

    View disk

    View existing drives.

    Format
    /env/disk [{–id <value> | -pool <value> | -fastcache | -unused}] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the drive.
    -pool
    Shows the drive that belong to the specified pool.
    -fastcache
    Shows the drives used in FAST Cache.
    -unused
    Shows unused drives.
    Example 1

    The following command displays the basic attributes of all drives on a physical deployment.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/disk show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:     ID                 = DISK_0
           Enclosure          = DAE_1
           Slot               = 0
           Health state       = OK (5)
           User capacity      = 2199023255552 (2T)
           Used by FAST Cache = no
           Pool ID            = pool_1
    
    2:     ID                 = DISK_1
           Enclosure          = DAE_1
           Slot               = 1
           Health state       = OK (5)
           User capacity      = 2199023255552 (2T)
           Used by FAST Cache = no
           Pool ID            = pool_1
                            
    Example 2

    The following command displays the details of all drives on a physical deployment.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/disk show -detail
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:    ID                    = dae_1_2_disk_59
          Enclosure             = dae_1_2
          Slot                  = 59
          Bank slot             = C19
          Name                  = Disk 59
          Health state          = OK (5)
          Health details        = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Type                  = SAS
          Tier                  = performance
          Capacity              = 881132310528 (820.6G)
          Rotational speed      = 10000 rpm
          User capacity         = 797989670912 (743.1G)
          Used by FAST Cache    = no
          Pool ID               = Unconfigured
          Pool                  = Unconfigured
          Current speed         = 6 Gbps
          Maximum speed         = 6 Gbps
          Manufacturer          = SEAGATE
          Model                 = ST990080 CLAR900
          Vendor capacity       = 966367641600 (900.0G)
          Part number           = 005049206PWR
          Serial number         = 6XS3A9CG
          Firmware revision     = CS19
          WWN                   = 06:00:00:00:05:00:00:00:01:00:00:00:00:00:00:03
          Days remaining to EOL = 1497
                            
    Example 3

    The following command displays the details of all drives on a single-SP virtual deployment.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/disk show -detail
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:     ID                 = vdisk_1
           SCSI ID            = 0:3
           Name               = Virtual Disk 1
           Health state       = OK (5)
           Health details     = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
           Type               = virtual
           Tier               = capacity
           Capacity           = 268435456000 (250.0G)
           Rotational speed   =
           User capacity      = 268435435520 (249.9G)
           Pool ID            = pool_1
           Pool               = StoragePool00
           Current speed      =
           Maximum speed      =
           Manufacturer       = VMware
           Model              = Virtual disk
           Vendor capacity    = 268435456000 (250.0G)
           WWN                = 06:00:00:00:05:00:00:00:04:00:00:00:00:00:00:03
    
                            
    Example 4

    The following command displays the details of all drives on a dual-SP virtual deployment.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/disk show -detail
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:     ID                 = vdisk_1
           SCSI ID SPA        = 0:3
           SCSI ID SPB        = 0:4
           Name               = Virtual Disk 1
           Health state       = OK (5)
           Health details     = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
           Type               = virtual
           Tier               = capacity
           Capacity           = 268435456000 (250.0G)
           Rotational speed   =
           User capacity      = 268435435520 (249.9G)
           Pool ID            = pool_1
           Pool               = StoragePool00
           Current speed      =
           Maximum speed      =
           Manufacturer       = VMware
           Model              = Virtual disk
           Vendor capacity    = 268435456000 (250.0G)
           WWN                = 06:00:00:00:05:00:00:00:04:00:00:00:00:00:00:03
       
    
                            

    Rescan disk (virtual deployments only)

    Rescan the system for available virtual disks.

    Format
    /env/disk rescan [-async]
    Action qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -async
    Run the operation in asynchronous mode.
    Example

    The following command rescans the system for hot-plugged virtual disks.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.2 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/disk rescan
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.2
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
    
                            

    Change disk settings (virtual deployments only)

    Change settings of an existing disk.

    Format
    /env/disk -id <value> set [-async] [-name <value>] [-tier <value>]
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Disk identifier.
    Action qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -async
    Run the operation in asynchronous mode.
    -name
    Specify the new name for the disk.
    -tier
    Specify the new tier. Valid values are:
    • capacity
    • performance
    • extreme
    Note:  Disks without a tier cannot be used for pool provisioning.
    Example

    The following command changes the name of the virtual disk with the ID "vdisk_1".

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.2 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/disk -id vdisk_1 set -name "High-performance storage"
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.2
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
    
                            

    Manage battery (physical deployments only)

    The following table lists the health state values for the system batteries.

    Table 5. Battery health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The battery is operating normally.
    10
    Degraded/Warning
    • The battery is charging.
    20
    Major failure
    • The battery has faulted.
    • The battery is missing.

    View battery

    View a list of system batteries.

    Format
    /env/bat [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the battery.
    Example

    The following command displays a list of system batteries:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/bat show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1: 	 	ID           = Bat_0
        		SP           = SPA
        		Slot         = 0
    	    	Health state = OK (5)
    
    2: 	 	ID           = Bat_0
        		SP           = SPA
    	    	Slot         = 1
    	    	Health state = Degraded/Warning (10)
                            

    Manage power supply (physical deployments only)

    The following table lists the health state values for system power supplies.

    Table 6. Power supply health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The power supply is operating normally.
    20
    Major failure
    • The power supply has faulted.
    • The power supply is not receiving power.
    • The power supply has been removed.

    View power supply

    View a list of system power supplies.

    Format
    /env/ps [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the power supply.
    Example

    The following command displays a list of system power supplies:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/ps show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1: 	 	ID           = Pow_0
        		Enclosure    = DPE
        		SP           = SPA
    		    Slot         = 0
    	    	Health state = OK (5)
    
    2: 	 	ID           = Pow_1
        		Enclosure    = DPE
        		SP           = SPA
    	    	Slot         = 1
        		Health state = OK(5)
                            

    Manage link control card (LCC) (physical deployments only)

    The following table lists the health state values for system link control cards (LCCs).

    Table 7. Link control card health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The LCC is operating normally.
    20
    Major failure
    • The LCC has faulted.
    • The LCC has been removed.

    View link control card

    View a list of LCCs.

    Format
    /env/lcc [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the LCC.
    Example

    The following command displays a list of system LCCs:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/lcc show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1: ID           = LCC_0
       DAE          = DAE_0
       Slot         = 0
       Health state = OK (5)
    
    2: ID           = LCC_1
       DAE          = DAE_0
       Slot         = 1
       Health state = OK(5)
                            

    Manage SSD (physical deployments only)

    The following table lists the health state values for system SSDs.

    Table 8. SSD health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The SSD is operating normally.
    10
    Degraded/Warning
    • The SSD is failing.
    20
    Major failure
    • The SSD has failed.
    • The SSD has been removed.

    View SSD

    View a list of system SSDs.

    Format
    /env/ssd [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the SSD.
    Example

    The following command displays a list of system SSDs:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/ssd show -detail
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:    ID             = spa_ssd_0
          SP             = spa
          Slot           = 0
          Name           = SP A Internal Disk 0
          Type           = SATA
          Health state   = OK (5)
          Health details = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Manufacturer   =
          Model          = Intel DC 3500 Series SSDs M.2
          Part number    = INTEL SSDSCKHB080G4M           118000039
          Serial number  = BTWM535008WA
    
                            

    Manage disk array enclosure (DAE)

    The following table lists the health state values for system disk array enclosures (DAEs).

    Table 9. Disk array enclosure health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The DAE is operating normally.
    7
    OK_BUT
    • The DAE is adjusting the communication speed.
    10
    Degraded/Warning
    • The DAE performance is degraded.
    20
    Major failure
    • The DAE has a disk drive- type mismatch.
    • The DAE has taken a communication fault.
    • The DAE has faulted.
    • The DAE has a faulted LCC.
    • The DAE has been misconfigured.
    • The DAE has been miscabled.
    • The DAE has been removed.
    • The DAE had taken a power fault.
    • The DAE is connected to a faulted I/O module.

    View disk array enclosure

    View a list of system DAEs.

    Format
    /env/dae [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the DAE.
    Example

    The following command displays a list of system DAEs:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/dae show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:    ID                            = dae_0_1
          Slot                          = 0
          Name                          = DAE 0 1
          Health state                  = OK (5)
          Health details                = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Manufacturer                  = USI
          Model                         = 25 DRIVE 6G SAS DERRINGER DAE
          Part number                   = 100-562-712
          Serial number                 = US1D1102500097
          Power (Present)               = 232 watts
          Power (Rolling Average)       = 231 watts
          Temperature  (Present)        = 84° F (29° C)
          Temperature (Rolling Average) = 84° F (29° C)
          Bus                           = 0
          Enclosure number              = 1
    
                            

    Manage disk processor enclosure (DPE)

    The following table lists the health state values for system disk processor enclosures (DPEs).

    Table 10. Disk processor enclosure health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The DPE is operating normally.
    7
    OK_BUT
    • The DPE is adjusting the communication speed.
    10
    Degraded/Warning
    • The DPE performance is degraded.
    20
    Major failure
    • The DPE has a disk drive-type mismatch.
    • The DPE has taken a communication fault.
    • The DPE has faulted.
    • The DPE has a faulted LCC.
    • The DPE has been misconfigured.
    • The DPE has been miscabled.
    • The DPE has been removed.
    • The DPE had taken a power fault.
    • The DPE is connected to a faulted I/O module.
    • The DPE has taken an inter-processor control fault and needs to be recovered.
    • The DPE has taken an inter-processor communication fault and needs to be recovered.

    View disk processor enclosure

    View details of the system DPE.

    Format
    /env/dpe [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the DPE.
    Example 1 (physical deployments only)

    The following command displays the system DPE information:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/dpe show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:    ID                            = dpe
          Slot                          = 0
          Name                          = DPE
          Health state                  = OK (5)
          Health details                = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Manufacturer                  =
          Model                         = BC DPE NO I/O DUAL SP 25 DRV 6C
          Part number                   = 100-542-441-03
          Serial number                 = FCNBV131000114
          Power (Present)               = 361 watts
          Power (Rolling Average)       = 362 watts
          Temperature  (Present)        = 84° F (29° C)
          Temperature (Rolling Average) = 84° F (29° C)
                            
    Example 2 (virtual deployments only)

    The following command displays the system DPE information:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.2 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/dpe show -detail
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.2
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:    ID                      = dpe
          Name                    = DPE
          Health state            = OK (5)
          Health details          = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Manufacturer            = VMware
          Model                   = VIRT SINGLE SP DPE 16
                            

    Manage memory module (physical deployments only)

    The following table lists the health state values for system memory modules.

    Table 11. Memory module health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The memory module is operating normally.
    20
    Major failure
    • The memory module has faulted.
    • The memory module has been removed.

    View memory module

    View a list of system memory modules.

    Format
    /env/mm [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the memory module.
    Example

    The following command displays a list of system memory modules:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/mm show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:     ID           = MM_SPA_0
           SP           = SPA
           Slot         = 0
           Health state = OK (5)
             
    2:     ID           = MM_SPA_1
           SP           = SPA
           Slot         = 1
           Health state = OK (5)
                            

    Manage System Status Card (physical deployments only)

    The following table lists the health state values for System Status Cards (SSC).

    Table 12. SSC health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The SSC is operating normally.
    20
    Major failure
    • The SSC has faulted.
    • The SSD is missing.

    View SSC

    View a list of System Status Cards (SSC).

    Format
    /env/ssc [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    ID of the SSC.
    Example

    The following command displays the details of the system status card.

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/ssc show -detail
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:    ID             = dae_0_3_ssc
          Enclosure      = dae_0_3
          Slot           = 0
          Name           = DAE 0 3 System Status Card
          Health state   = OK (5)
          Health details = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Manufacturer   = EMC
          Model          = NAGA 120 DRIVE 12G SAS SSC FRU
          Part number    = 303-340-000C-00
          Serial number  = CF2BW162200072
    
                            

    Manage fan modules (physical deployments only)

    The following table lists the health state values for the system fan modules.

    Table 13. System fan module health state values
    Code
    Health state
    Reason(s)
    0
    Unknown
    • The health of the component cannot be determined.
    5
    OK
    • The fan module is operating normally.
    10
    Degraded/Warning
    • The fan module is degraded.
    20
    Major failure
    • The fan module has been removed.
    • The fan module has faulted.

    View fan module

    View a list of system fan modules.

    Format
    /env/fan [-id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Identifies the fan module.
    Example

    The following command displays a list of system cache cards:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/fan show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:     ID           = Fan_0
           DPE          = DPE_0
           Slot         = 0
           Health state = OK (5)
             
    2:     ID           = Fan_1
           DPE          = DPE_0
           Slot         = 1
           Health state = Degraded/Warning (10)
    
                            

    Manage I/O modules, embedded modules, and 4-port cards (physical deployments only)

    Depending on the type of component installed, I/O modules, embedded modules and 4-port cards provide connectivity between the SPs and the host, or between the SPs and the disk-array enclosure.

    Note:  Embedded modules and 4-port cards are only available on Unity 480/480F, Unity 680/680F, and Unity 880/880F systems.

    You can view details about each I/O module, embedded module, and 4-port card installed in the system, such as the health state. Commit a newly added component to configure it for use by the system. Each component record and alert is identified by an ID. The following table lists the attributes for I/O modules, embedded modules and 4-port cards.

    Table 14. Component attributes
    Attribute
    Description
    ID
    ID of the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card.
    SP
    ID of the SP to which the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card is connected.
    Slot
    Disk-processor enclosure (DPE) slot in which the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card is installed.
    Name
    Name of the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card.
    Manufacturer
    Manufacturer of the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card.
    Model
    Model of the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card.
    Health state
    Health state of the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card. The health state code appears in parentheses. Value is one of the following:
    • Unknown (0) — Unable to determine the health of the component.
    • OK (5) — Component is operating normally.
    • Degraded/Warning (10) — Component has not been committed (configured). Commit I/O modules, embedded modules, and 4-port cards explains how to commit an I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card.
    • Minor failure (15) — One or both of the following may have occurred:
      • Component has not been committed (configured) after a rebooting the SP.
      • Component is installed in the wrong slot.
    • Major failure (20) — One or more of the following may have occurred:
      • Component has been removed. Re-install the component.
      • Component has faulted and needs to be replaced. The Unisphere online help explains how to order a replacement component.
      • Component is misconfigured. Commit the component to re-configure it.
    Health details
    Additional health information. See Appendix A, Reference, for health information details.
    Part number
    Part Number on the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card.
    Serial number
    Serial Number on the I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card.

    Commit I/O modules, embedded modules, and 4-port cards

    When you add a new I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card to the system, you must first commit it before the system can use it. The system automatically commits unconfigured I/O modules, embedded modules, or 4-port cards.

    Format
    /env/iomodule commit
    Example
    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/iomodule commit
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    Operation completed successfully.
                            

    View I/O modules, embedded modules, and 4-port cards

    View details about I/O modules, embedded modules, or 4-port cards in the system. You can filter on the component ID.

    Note:   The show action command provides more details on changing the output format.
    Format
    /env/iomodule [–id <value>] show
    Object qualifier
    Qualifier
    Description
    -id
    Enter the ID of an I/O module, embedded module, or 4-port card.
    Example 1

    The following command displays details about the two I/O modules in the system:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/iomodule show
                              Storage system address: 10.0.0.1
    Storage system port: 443
    HTTPS connection
    
    1:     ID           = IO_SPA_0
           SP           = SPA
           Slot         = 0
           Health state = OK (5)
             
    2:     ID           = IO_SPA_1
           SP           = SPA
           Slot         = 1
           Health state = Degraded/Warning (10)
                            
    Example 2

    The following command displays details about an embedded module and 4-port card in a Unity 680 system:

    uemcli -d 10.0.0.1 -u Local/joe -p MyPassword456! /env/iomodule show
                              
    1:    ID             = spb_iopm_0
          SP             = spb
          Slot           = 0
          Name           = SP B Embedded Module 0
          Health state   = OK (5)
          Health details = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Manufacturer   =
          Model          = IOPM
          Part number    = 110-452-003C-00
          Serial number  = FCNMD184200103
    
    2:    ID             = spb_ocp_0
          SP             = spb
          Slot           = 0
          Name           = SP A 4-Port Card
          Health state   = OK (5)
          Health details = "The component is operating normally. No action is required."
          Manufacturer   = CELESTICA-CSS
          Model          = OCP Light Blade
          Part number    = 105-001-101-03
          Serial number  = CETED184300069