Dell Command Line Reference Guide for the S4048–ON System


show redundancy

Display the current redundancy configuration (status of automatic reboot configuration on stack management unit).

show redundancy
Command Modes
  • EXEC
  • EXEC Privilege
Command History

This guide is platform-specific. For command information about other platforms, see the relevant Dell EMC Networking OS Command Line Reference Guide.

Introduced on the S3100 series.
Introduced on the S4048-ON.
Introduced on the S3048-ON.
Introduced on the S6000.
Introduced on the S4820T.
Introduced on the S4810.
Introduced on the Z9000.
Usage Information
To modify your results, use the show redundancy [pipe] command, as follows:
  • except — show only text that doesn not match a pattern.
  • find — search for the first occurrence of a pattern.
  • grep — show only text that matches a pattern.
  • no-more — do not paginate the output.
  • save — save the output to a file.
DellEMC#show redundancy

--  Stack-unit Status  --
 Mgmt ID:                          1
 Stack-unit ID:                    1
 Stack-unit Redundancy Role:       Primary
 Stack-unit State:                 Active
 Stack-unit SW Version:            1-0(0-4812)
 Link to Peer:                     Up

--  PEER Stack-unit Status  --
 Stack-unit State:                 Standby
 Peer Stack-unit ID:               2
 Stack-unit SW Version:            1-0(0-4812)

--  Stack-unit Redundancy Configuration  --
 Primary Stack-unit:               mgmt-id    1
 Auto Data Sync:                   Full
 Failover Type:                    Hot Failover
 Auto reboot Stack-unit:           Enabled
 Auto failover limit:              3 times in 60 minutes

--  Stack-unit Failover Record  --
 Failover Count:                   0
 Last failover timestamp:          None
 Last failover Reason:             None
 Last failover type:               None

--  Last Data Block Sync Record:  --
 stack-unit Config:         succeeded  Apr 20 2016 11:44:04
             SSMGR:         succeeded  Apr 20 2016 11:44:04
   Start-up Config:         succeeded  Apr 20 2016 11:44:04
 Runtime Event Log:         succeeded  Apr 19 2016 15:36:45
    Running Config:         succeeded  Apr 19 2016 15:35:44
           ACL Mgr:         succeeded  Apr 19 2016 15:35:44
              LACP:         no block sync done
               STP:         no block sync done
              SPAN:         no block sync done
         CRYPTOMGR:         succeeded  Apr 19 2016 15:35:44

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