Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Omreport Chassis Memory Or Omreport Mainsystem Memory

Use the omreport chassis memory or omreport mainsystem memory to view details for each memory module slot in the system. If the system supports redundant memory, this command also displays the status, state, and type of memory redundancy implemented on the system. Type:
omreport chassis memory index=n
or
omreport mainsystem index=n

The index parameter is optional. If you do not specify the index, Server Administrator displays information for all memory modules on the system as follows:

The following is an example output:

Table 1. Output. This table lists the Output
Memory Information  
   
Health : Ok
   
Attributes of Memory Array(s)  
Location : System Board or Motherboard
Use : System memory
Installed Capacity : 65536 MB
Maximum Capacity : 786432 MB
Slots Available : 24
Slots Used : 8
Error Correction : Multibit ECC
   
Total of Memory Array(s)  
Total Installed Capacity : 65536 MB
Total Installed Capacity Available to the OS : 64386 MB
Total Maximum Capacity : 786432 MB
   
Details of Memory Array 1  
Index : 0
Status : Ok
Status : Ok
Status : Ok
Connector Name : DIMM_A1
Type : DDR3 - Synchronous Registered (Buffered)
Size : 8192 MB
Index : 1
Status : Ok
Connector Name : DIMM_A2
Type : DDR3 - Synchronous Registered (Buffered)
Size : 8192 MB
   
Index : 2
Status : Ok
Connector Name : DIMM_A3
Type : DDR3 - Synchronous Registered (Buffered)
Size : 8192 MB
   
Index : 3
Status : Ok
Connector Name : DIMM_A4
Type : DDR3 - Synchronous Registered (Buffered)
Size : 8192 MB

If you specify the index, Server Administrator displays a summary for a specific memory module displaying the health, status, device name, type, speed, rank, and failures. A rank is a row of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) devices comprising 64 bits of data per Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM). The possible values of rank are single, dual, quad, octal, and hexa. The rank displays the rank of the DIMM and helps in the easy service of DIMMs on the server.

The following is an example output if you specify the index:

Table 2. Index detail. This table lists the Index detail
Memory Device Information  
   
Health : Ok  
   
Status : Ok
Device Name : DIMM_A1
Size : 8192 MB
Type : DDR3 Synchronous Registered (Buffered)
Speed : 0.75 ns
Rank : Dual
Failures : None
Use the Omreport chassis memory index to view details of memory device properties of a particular connector using its index number. If the system supports redundant memory, this command also displays the status, device name, speed, and type of memory redundancy implemented on the system. Type:
omreport chassis memory index=n speedunit=mtps
or
omreport chassis memory index=n speedunit=ns

The speedunit parameter is optional. If you do not specify the speedunit, Server Administrator displays the speed in ns (Default output).

Table 3. Speedunit detail. This table lists the Index detail
Memory Device Information  
   
Health : Ok
   
Status : Ok
Device Name : A2
Size : 4096 MB
Type : DDR4 Synchronous Registered (Buffered)
Speed : 0.47 ns
Rank : Single
Failures : None

If you specify the speedunit MT/s, Server Administrator displays the speed in MT/s.

Table 4. Speedunit detail. This table lists the speedunit detail
Memory Device Information  
   
Health : Ok
   
Status : Ok
Device Name : A2
Size : 4096 MB
Type : DDR4 Synchronous Registered (Buffered)
Speed : 2133 MT/s
Rank : Single
Failures : None
  • NOTE: To maintain consistency across the commands, the output format of this command and the subsequent command levels has changed. Change the user scripts as applicable.

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