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PowerEdge C410x IPMI commands for Linux and Windows

Summary: This article describes how to remotely manage your PowerEdge C410x with sample IPMI commands.

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Article summary: This article describes how to remotely manage your PowerEdge C410x

 


These commands will allow you to be able to remotely manage your C410x chassis via the BMC port on the chassis.

BMC updates have enhanced the functionality of these commands, so make sure they are up to date.

 

Following is a list of Linux commands:
*Note* For these commands to work, IPMITool must be installed and the IPMI service must be running.


C410x, C6100, & C6145 Chassis Power On/Off

ipmitool –H <ip.address> –U root –P root chassis power on
ipmitool –H <ip.address> –U root –P root chassis power off

C410x, C6100, & C6145 Check Chassis Power Status
ipmitool –H <ip.address> –U root –P root chassis power status

C410x sensor readings (Temp, Watt, FAN)
ipmitool –H <ip.address> –U root –P root sensor list

If you want to list all temperatures sensors: 
ipmitool sensor list | grep Temp

If you just want to get reading of specific slot:
ipmitool sensor reading "PCIE 1 Temp"

ipmitool sensor reading "PCIE 16 Temp"

Read power status of each slot:
ipmitool sensor reading "PCIE 1 Watt"

ipmitool sensor reading "PCIE 16 Watt"

C410x power control for individual slots:
ipmitool –H <ip.address> –U root –P root raw 0x30 0xF0 0x01 0x00   ---Toggle Slot 1 power state

ipmitool –H <ip.address> –U root –P root raw 0x30 0xF0 0x00 0x80   ---Toggle Slot 16 power state

Please assert one bit (one slot power) at one time.
Slot 1- 0x01 0x00
Slot 2- 0x02 0x00
Slot 3- 0x04 0x00
Slot 4- 0x08 0x00
Slot 5- 0x10 0x00
Slot 6- 0x20 0x00
Slot 7- 0x40 0x00
Slot 8- 0x80 0x00
Slot 9- 0x00 0x01
Slot 10- 0x00 0x02
Slot 11- 0x00 0x04
Slot 12- 0x00 0x08
Slot 13- 0x00 0x10
Slot 14- 0x00 0x20
Slot 15- 0x00 0x40
Slot 16- 0x00 0x80
 
Following is a list of Windows commands:
*Note* For these commands to work, IPMIUtil must be installed and running.

 
C410x, C6100, & C6145 Chassis Power On/Off
ipmiutil power -u –N <ip.address> –U root –P root            ---chassis power on

ipmiutil power -d –N <ip.address> –U root –P root            ---chassis power off

C410x, C6100, & C6145 Check Chassis Power Status
ipmiutil health –N <ip.address> –U root –P root

C410x sensor readings (Temp, Watt, FAN)
ipmiutil sensor –N <ip.address> –U root –P root

If you just want to get reading of specific slot:
ipmiutil sensor -i 0x09 -N <ip.address> -U root -P root     ---sensor reading "PCIE 1 Temp"

ipmiutil sensor -i 0x18 -N <ip.address> -U root -P root     ---sensor reading "PCIE 16 Temp"

Read power status of each slot.
ipmiutil sensor -i 0x19 -N <ip.address> -U root -P root     ---sensor reading "PCIE 1 Watt"

ipmiutil sensor -i 0x28 -N <ip.address> -U root -P root     ---sensor reading "PCIE 16 Watt"

C410x power control for individual slots
ipmiutil cmd –N <ip.address> –U root –P root 00 20 c0 F0 01 00    ---Toggle Slot 1 power state

ipmiutil cmd –N <ip.address> –U root –P root 00 20 c0 F0 00 80   ---Toggle Slot 16 power state

Please assert one bit (one slot power) at one time.
Slot 1- 01 00
Slot 2- 02 00
Slot 3- 04 00
Slot 4- 08 00
Slot 5- 10 00
Slot 6- 20 00
Slot 7- 40 00
Slot 8- 80 00
Slot 9- 00 01
Slot 10- 00 02
Slot 11- 00 04
Slot 12- 00 08
Slot 13- 00 10
Slot 14- 00 20
Slot 15- 00 40
Slot 16- 00 80

 

Article Properties


Affected Product

Servers, PowerEdge, C Series, PowerEdge C410X

Last Published Date

21 Feb 2021

Version

3

Article Type

Solution

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