Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Command summary of the omreport command

Depending on the system configuration, the results of the omreport command vary from one system to another. Data displays for installed components only.

  • NOTE: When a system includes an external chassis, the displayed results vary by operating system. On SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems, the omreport commands display external chassis information in a separate section after the main chassis information. On Microsoft Windows systems, data about the external chassis does not appear in the omreport output.

The following table provides a high-level summary of the omreport command. The column titled Command level 1 displays the omreport command at its most general use. Command level 2 shows the major objects or components that you can view using omreport (about, chassis, storage, and system). Command level 3 lists the specific objects and components to view reports. User privilege required refers to the type of privilege you need to run the command, where U = User, P = Power User, and A = Administrator. Use is a very general statement about the actions performed using omreport.

The following table lists the omreport commands available for about, system, and main system chassis.

Table 1. Command Level 1, Level 2, And Level 3 For omreport . This table lists the Command Level 1, Level 2, And Level 3 For omreport
Command Level 1 CommandLevel 2 Command Level 3 User Privilege Required Use
omreport modularenclosure   U, P, A Displays the information for all the modular chassis.
  about   U, P, A Displays the version number and properties for Server Administrator.
    details=true U, P, A Displays the information for all the Server Administrator programs installed.
  chassis or mainsystem   U, P, A Displays the general status of all the main components.
    acswitch U, P, A Displays the failover settings where redundant AC power lines are supported in a system.
    batteries U, P, A Displays the properties set for batteries.
    bios U, P, A Displays the BIOS information such as manufacturer, version, and release date.
    biossetup A Displays the BIOS setup properties configured during system boot.
    fans U, P, A Displays the status and thresholds for system fans.
    firmware U, P, A Displays the name and version of the firmware.
    frontpanel U, P, A Displays whether the front panel button settings, such as the Power button and/or Nonmasking Interrupt (NMI) button (if present on the system), are enabled or disabled. It also displays the front panel encryption access information and the front panel LCD information.
    fru U, P, A Displays the Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) information.
    hwperformance U, P, A Displays the status and cause for the system’s performance degradation.
    info U, P, A Displays a status summary for main system chassis components.
    intrusion U, P, A Displays the status of the system’s intrusion sensor(s).
    leds U, P, A Displays the properties you have set for light-emitting diodes to flash under various alert conditions.
    memory U, P, A Displays properties of the system's memory arrays.
    nics U, P, A Displays the NIC and Team interface properties.
    ports U, P, A Displays the properties for the system’s parallel and serial ports, such as I/O address, IRQ level, connector type, and maximum speed.
    processors U, P, A Displays properties of the system’s processors, including speed, manufacturer, and processor family.
    pwrmanagement U, P, A Displays power inventory details such as system idle power, system maximum potential power, and power budget information.
    pwrmonitoring U, P, A Displays properties of power consumption.
    pwrsupplies U, P, A Displays the properties of power supplies.
    remoteaccess U, P, A Displays general information on remote access.
    slots U, P, A Displays the properties of the system’s expansion slots and other slot types.
    temps U, P, A Displays the status and thresholds for the system temperature sensors.
    volts U, P, A Displays the status and thresholds for the system voltage sensors.
    removableflashmedia U, P, A Displays the system’s virtual flash (vFlash) and secure digital (SD) card details.
  licenses   U, P, A Displays the digital licenses of the installed hardware devices of the system.
  storage   U, P, A See Using The Storage Management Service.
  system or servermodule   U, P, A Displays a high-level summary of system components.
    alertaction U, P, A Displays the warning and failure threshold values, as well as actions configured when an essential component detects a warning or failure state.
    alertlog U, P, A Allows the administrator to display the alert log.
    assetinfo U, P, A Displays the cost of ownership information for the system.
    cmdlog U, P, A Allows the administrator to display the command log.
    esmlog U, P, A Allows the administrator to display the hardware log.
    events U, P, A Displays the system’s Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) event settings.
    operatingsystem U, P, A Displays the name and version of the operating system.
    pedestinations U, P, A Displays the destinations to send the configured alerts for platform events.
    platformevents U, P, A Displays the system’s response for each listed platform event
    recovery P, A Displays how the system is configured to respond to a hung operating system.
    shutdown P, A Displays how to perform the shutdown action.
    summary U, P, A Displays the key facts for all system components, including main system chassis, software, and storage.
    thrmshutdown P, A Displays how to perform the shutdown action, if any, when a temperature warning or failure condition is detected.
    version U, P, A Displays a summary for all updatable components on the system.
  preferences webserver U, P, A Displays the URL information of the Server Administrator Web server.
    messages A Displays the configured alert message format.

Related Links: omreport: Viewing System Status Using The Instrumentation Service


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