Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Omreport chassis pwrmanagement or omreport mainsystem pwrmanagement

Use the omreport chassis pwrmanagement or omreport mainsystem pwrmanagement command to view the power budget cap and power management profiles of the system. The values display either in Watts or BTU/Hr based on the configuration. Type:
omreport chassis pwrmanagement
or
omreport mainsystem pwrmanagement
  • NOTE: To maintain consistency across the commands, the output format of this command and the subsequent command levels has changed. So, you may have to change the user scripts as applicable.
  • NOTE: The omreport chassis pwrmanagement or omreport mainsystem pwrmanagement command is applicable on PowerEdge 11G systems that support Power Management Bus (PMBus) and that have hot-swappable power supplies and not systems that have a fixed, non-redundant power supply installed.

The output of the omreport chassis pwrmanagement or omreport mainsystem pwrmanagement command lists each of the valid parameters. The following table lists the available settings.

Table 1. Valid Parameters Of Omreport Chassis Pwrmanagement Or Omreport Mainsystem Pwrmanagement . This table lists the Valid Parameters Of Omreport Chassis Pwrmanagement Or Omreport Mainsystem Pwrmanagement
name=value pair Description

unit=<watt | btuphr>

Displays power in the user-specified units.

config=budget

Displays power budget information.

config=profile

Displays power profiles information.

For each power management profile in the system, values display for the following fields: Maximum Performance, Active Power Controller, OS Control, and Custom.

The Custom attributes are: CPU Power and Performance Management, Memory Power and Performance Management, and Fan Power and Performance Management.

The following is an example output:

Table 2. Output. This table lists the Output options
Power Inventory and Budget  
   
Power Inventory  
   
System Idle Power : 92 W
System Maximum Potential Power : 344 W
   
Power Budget  
Attribute : Enable Power Cap
Values : Enabled
   
Attribute : Power Cap
Values : 400 W (56%)
  • NOTE: Power budget requires license to report the details. If the appropriate license is not installed or has expired, the system does not display the power budget details. For more information, see the Dell License Manager Guide at dell.com/support/manuals.

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