"show environment temperature"

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Jun 17th, 2012
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The output I'm getting from my 4506 doesn't match the command output documented in the command lookup tool.  I'm seeing:


B31450604#sh env temp


Module Sensor                     Temperature          Status     

------+--------------------------+--------------------+------------

1      air inlet                  38C (51C,65C,68C)              ok

1      air outlet                 50C (69C,83C,86C)              ok

2      air inlet                  35C (45C,60C,70C)              ok

2      air outlet                 45C (61C,76C,86C)              ok

3      air inlet                  34C (45C,60C,70C)              ok

3      air outlet                 42C (61C,76C,86C)              ok

4      air inlet                  35C (45C,60C,70C)              ok

4      air outlet                 45C (61C,76C,86C)              ok

5      air inlet                  35C (45C,60C,70C)              ok

5      air outlet                 44C (61C,76C,86C)              ok

6      air inlet                  36C (45C,60C,70C)              ok

6      air outlet                 43C (61C,76C,86C)              ok


What I don't see in the documentation is the meaning of the values within the parentheses.


Would I be wrong to think that it's historical data?


If it is, what's the interval?

Correct Answer by handoko wiyanto about 5 years 4 days ago

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/switches/lan/catalyst4500/12.2/53SG/configuration/pwr_envr.html


check on "Conditions on Supervisor Engine 6-E "

it says ... These linecards support three thresholds: warning, critical, and shutdown.

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soroushm Mon, 06/18/2012 - 20:01
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Hi,


I believe what you see in parentheses are: (Normal Temp, Over Temp Threshold, Critical Temp Threshold)



plz Rate if it helped.


Soroush.

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