When you encounter a problem with the storage system, you can use the BMC to display information about the problem, dump a system core, and reboot the storage system, even if the storage system's firmware is corrupted.
Use the following table as a guideline for troubleshooting a storage system.
|If this condition occurs...||And you want to...||Enter this command at the BMC CLI prompt...|
|The storage system is not responding properly||Access the storage system console||system console|
|You receive an AutoSupport message for an event that is occurring or has occurred, such as the failure of a hardware component or a storage system that has panicked and is down.||Display what has occurred at the storage system console||system log|
|Display all events, starting with most recent||events all|
|Display a specific number of recent events||events show [N
events latest number
|Search for specific events in the SEL||events search [attr=N]|
|The storage system is hanging||Dump the system core and reboot the storage system||system core|
|Power-cycle the storage system||system power cycle|
|The storage system firmware is corrupted||Boot using a backup copy of the storage system firmware||system reset backup
Note: Requires advanced mode.