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Edgecore Wedge100BF: How to check Wedge100BF hardware information under OpenBMC

Posted by admin on 2020 Mar 2nd

This document shows how to find and use some functions under openBMC to check the hardware information.

1. weutil : show switch’s Serial No. / MAC
[email protected]:~# weutil

Product Sub-Version: 3
Product Serial Number: AXXXXXXXXX
Product Asset Tag: 000000001

Assembled At: Joytech
Local MAC: A8:2B:B5:0C:30:15


2. btools.py : show PSU info. / show Temperature etc.
Get help info. : btools.py help
Get PSU info. EX: Get PSU power info. (Only insert PSU 1)
[email protected]:~# btools.py --PSU 1 r p
pfe1100 7-0059: MFR_ID is [PFE600-12-054NA]
pfe1100 7-005a: MFR_ID is [PFE600-12-054NA]
70000.0mW
[email protected]:~# btools.py --PSU 2 r p
0.0mW
Get switch Temperature (Montara for 32X / Mavericks for 65X)
[email protected]:~# btools.py --TMP Montara sh
TMP SENSOR 01 29.500 C
TMP SENSOR 02 28.500 C
TMP SENSOR 03 29.500 C
TMP SENSOR 04 27.000 C
TMP SENSOR 05 25.000 C
TMP SENSOR MAX LOCAL 26.000 C
TMP SENSOR MAX Tofino 38.000 C

3. get_fan_speed.sh
[email protected]:~# get_fan_speed.sh
Fan 1 RPMs: 6150, 3900, (32%)
Fan 2 RPMs: 6150, 3750, (32%)
Fan 3 RPMs: 6150, 4050, (32%)
Fan 4 RPMs: 6150, 3900, (32%)
Fan 5 RPMs: 6000, 3900, (32%)
For 65X: add the key word “Mavericks” will show 10 fans
[email protected]:~# get_fan_speed.sh Mavericks
Fan 1 RPMs: 12150, 9750, (67%)
Fan 2 RPMs: 12300, 9750, (67%)
Fan 3 RPMs: 12300, 9900, (67%)
Fan 4 RPMs: 12150, 9750, (67%)
Fan 5 RPMs: 12300, 9900, (67%)
Fan 6 RPMs: 12150, 9900, (67%)
Fan 7 RPMs: 12300, 9900, (67%)
Fan 8 RPMs: 12300, 9750, (67%)
Fan 9 RPMs: 12150, 9900, (67%)
Fan 10 RPMs: 12300, 9750, (67%)
To specify the number of fan. (1-10 for 65X, 1-5 for 32X)
[email protected]:~# get_fan_speed.sh 1
Fan 1 RPMs: 6300, 3900, (32%)

PS. To find the location of known function, use the command "which".
EX:
[email protected]:~# which sol.sh
/usr/local/bin/sol.sh