Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Omconfig Global Enable Smart Thermal Shutdown

By default, the operating system and server shut down when the PV220S and PV221S enclosures reach a critical temperature of 0 or 50 degree Celsius. However, if you have implemented connector redundancy on the PV220S and PV221S enclosures you can specify that only the enclosure and not the operating system and server are shut down when the enclosure reaches a critical temperature of 0 or 50 degree Celsius. Specifying that only the enclosure is shut down during excessive temperatures is known as Smart Thermal Shutdown. For more information about Smart Thermal Shutdown, see the Dell EMC OpenManage Online Help.

Table 1. Omconfig Global Enable Smart Thermal Shutdown. Enables smart thermal shutdown.

Description

Enables smart thermal shutdown.

Syntax

omconfig storage globalinfo action=enablests

Example to

Enable thermal shutdown. The omconfig command syntax for enabling thermal shutdown does not require a controller or enclosure ID.

  • NOTE: You can use the omreport storage globalinfo command to determine whether smart thermal shutdown is currently enabled or disabled. The status of smart thermal shutdown is also displayed by the Server Administrator graphical user interface (GUI). To locate this status, select the Storage object and the Information/Configuration tab.

Example

omconfig storage globalinfo action=enablests


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