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Power Supply and Fan Status are not visible in CLI

Canan
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Hi everyone,

 

I want to see the chassis power supply and chassis fan status of a device from CLI, using "tmsh show sys hardware" command. But there is no information about the power supply and fan status. What might be the issue?

 

Thank you.

Best Regards

 

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Samir
Nacreous
Nacreous

Can you check if you are running LB device on VM or vCMP guest?

 

Canan
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Hi Samir,

It is a hardware appliance and it is not running as vcmp guest.

Samir
Nacreous
Nacreous

See the below details.

[root@VIP4400-R15-S35:/S2-green-P:Active] config tmsh show sys hardware|grep -iA 9 "Chassis Fan Status" Chassis Fan Status Index Status Fan Speed(rpm) 1 up 3375 2 up 3375 3 up 3375 4 up 3443 5 up 3375 6 up 3515 7 up 3375 8 up 3375 [root@VIP4400-R15-S35:/S2-green-P:Active] config tmsh show sys hardware|grep -iA 5 "Chassis Power Supply Status" Chassis Power Supply Status Index Status 1 up 2 up 3 down 4 down

 

Canan
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Hi Samir,

 

When I enter the command you type, I get nothing. There is no information about the Chasis Fan Status or Power Supply Status.

Interesting... Plz ease Open Support case.

I suspect you maybe on Guest, can you confirm that by running this below command,

tmsh show sys hardware | grep -A1 Platform

If it says Guest, you may not able to see power/fan status. Only if its a hardware, you would see.

Also if it was a hardware, I'm positive you should have atleast seen Down or something else. But since you get blank, I'm suspecting it could be a guest machine.

Hi,

 

Thank you for your attention but it is hardware appliance.

Can you open a support case and keep us posted too.

Hello Canan.

 

You could be facing some bug or matching some specific condition.

https://cdn.f5.com/product/bugtracker/ID720104.html

https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K18802953

 

I recommend you in future questions to provide more information about your environment (like release, platform or command output), this could help us to understand what your issue is.

 

Anyway, if I were you I would try to search in your device stats (psu, fan) if this information is represented correctly or not. I don't remember exactly the table name, just search for it with this command:

tmctl

An example:

tmctl -w 300 blade_temperature_status_stat

Regards,

Dario.

Regards,
Dario.

Hi Dario,

Thank you for your reply, I try to search stats with the commands you wrote. But there is no information about the FAN or PSU on the table. As you stated it could be a bug or something.