Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Failure Messages

CLI failure messages provide reasons why some commands do not succeed. Some common reasons why commands fail include syntax errors and components that are not present. Many error messages provide syntax information required to execute the command successfully.

If you execute a command for a component or feature that is not present in the system configuration, the error message states that the component is not present.

The following are examples of some failure messages:

Table 1. Failure messages. This table lists the Failure messages
Command omconfig chassis volts index=3 minwarnthresh=3.3000
Message
Error! Number with up to 3 digits after decimal point expected, read 3.3000
The value given by the command specifies more than 3 digits after the decimal point. A valid minimum warning threshold value
                                             for volts contains up to 3 digits after the decimal point.
                                          
Revised command omconfig chassis volts index=3 minwarnthresh=3.300

When you type the revised command with three decimal points, you receive another error message:

Table 2. Error messages for commands with three decimals. This table lists the Error messages for commands with three decimals
Message
Error! This voltage probe min warning threshold must be between 11.400 and 12.480.
Revised command omconfig chassis volts index=3 minwarnthresh=11.500
Message Voltage probe warning threshold(s) set successfully.

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