JoZi1
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

In this article https://support.emc.com/kb/304494 you can found a description how the LEDs can be switched.

It is resricted, so I don´t know if you have the required Access rights.

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Deeb1
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

Thanks JoZi, it's restricted even when logged in with my service account. Could you quote the relevant part?

sa_taku
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

Hi,

My customer has had the same issue which Ryan_CSULB had.

The cluster is S210 and X410, and OneFS version is 8.0.0.3.

I opened SR, and was asked to do "/usr/bin/isi_hwtools/isi_fputil -g" described in KB304494.

But I think the KB is for S200,X200,X400 and NL400, correct?

Does anyone know the command for S210,X210,X410 and NL410??

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JoZi1
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

I think, it´s the same as all this node types using the same front panel fw UI.01.36

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Deeb1
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

Indeed, it's the same for on our X410s with OneFs 8.0.0.4

isi_for_array '/usr/bin/isi_hwtools/isi_fputil -g'

All nodes reporting (while displaying the normal blue pulse)

led state blink

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sa_taku
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

Thanks Jozi,  I got it.

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alandelgado
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

All,

I tested this issue and there is something going on with the alerter. Please open a service request with Technical Support and reference bug 195774. There is a workaround and it is to remove the event ID flags under:

/ifs/.ifsvar/db/celog_analysis/led

Easy command to do all nodes and all events: (This only clears the LED state, your actual CELOG alerts are untouched.)


for i in $(isi_nodes %{id}); do rm -r /ifs/.ifsvar/db/celog_analysis/led/$i/*; done

Note that the led folder is not based on the LNN of the node but rather the node ID, which is unique and never reused.

sa_taku
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

Hi alandelgado,

Thanks for your information how to resolve this issue.

I have a question.

How can I specify the node ID???

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alandelgado
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

The node ID is specified via the loop by the $i variable. If you wanted to find out the ID of all your nodes, run this command from any node:


isi_nodes %{name} %{lnn} %{id}

Then you will see the ID to LNN mapping and choose appropriately. For example:

root@cluster1-1:~# isi_nodes %{name} %{lnn} %{id}

cluster1-1 1 1

cluster1-2 2 2

cluster1-3 3 3

cluster1-4 4 4

cluster1-5 5 5

cluster1-6 6 6

cluster1-7 7 7

cluster1-8 8 8

cluster1-9 9 9

cluster1-10 10 10

cluster1-11 11 11

cluster1-12 12 12

cluster1-13 13 13

cluster1-14 14 14

cluster1-15 15 15

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sa_taku
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Re: Isilon x410 Nodes - Front Panel Lights

Hi alandelgado,

Thanks for your reply. I got it.

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