Log on to the appliance via SSH as root.
If you find any errors in these logs, be sure to redirect the output of the command to a file and be ready to send the log files to Blue Coat technical support. You can redirect the output of any of these commands using the following:> /<path_to_log_file>
For example:ipmitool sensor > /tmp/sensor_log
Lists power levels, fan speeds, temperatures etc. Very detailed; more information than needed.
Same as above but a simpler format.
Shows the current status of the logical and physical drives.megacli -encinfo -aall
Shows the status of the JBOD enclosures.
megacli -AdpAllInfo -aAll
Shows the adapter info.MegaCli -CfgDsply -aALL
Shows all drive and adapter info.MegaCli -AdpEventLog -GetEvents -f events.log -aALL && cat events.log
Shows the log/historical info.lspci -v
Shows all hardware attached to the PCI busdmidecode -s chassis-serial-number
Shows appliance serial number or asset tag
These commands show the history of hardware changes and failures.
dslogdump | grep -i hard
Finding a sensor or drive can be done by lighting up the drive locator LED
megacli -pdlocate [-start|-stop] -physdrv[E:S] -aX
For the drive where E is the enclosure ID, S is the slot number and aX is the adapter number. See lsi-show for the enclosure:slot numbers and adapter/controller ID
For example use
megacli -pdlocate -start -physdrv[25:2] -a2
to find enclosure 25, slot 2 on controller/adapter 2.