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Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

I have a 6509 with the fan light set to RED and 2 fans are not spinning anymore. I would like to know what command can I run that would show me this failure and anything related to the power supplies.

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bjw Silver
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Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

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bjw Silver
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Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

There's a series of options under the:

SHOW ENVIRONMENT cli command

SHOW ENVIRONMENT ALL

SHOW ENVIRONMENT POWER

SHOW ENVIRONMENT COOLING

Should give you what you need

New Member

Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

The output of the command I think supports the users observation. Under Fan status you can see a fail. If this in fact the case, what is involved in replacement?

lclsmplgrvb> (enable) sh environment all

Environmental Status (. = Pass, F = Fail, U = Unknown, N = Not Present)

PS1: . PS2: . PS1 Fan: . PS2 Fan: .

Chassis-Ser-EEPROM: . Fan1: N

Clock(A/B): A Clock A: . Clock B: .

VTT1: . VTT2: . VTT3: .

Intake Exhaust Device 1 Device 2

Slot Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature

--------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- ---------------

1 23C(50C,65C) 31C(60C,75C) 28C 23C

3 28C(50C,65C) 28C(60C,75C) N/A N/A

4 29C(50C,65C) 30C(60C,75C) 28C 30C

5 27C(50C,65C) 31C(60C,75C) 28C 27C

1 (Switch-Eng) 24C(50C,65C) 29C(60C,75C) N/A N/A

1 (MSFC) 31C(50C,65C) 30C(60C,75C) N/A N/A

Chassis Modules

---------------------

VTT1: 25C(85C,100C)

VTT2: 26C(85C,100C)

VTT3: 27C(85C,100C)

PS1 Capacity: 1153.32 Watts (27.46 Amps @42V)

PS2 Capacity: 1153.32 Watts (27.46 Amps @42V)

PS Configuration : PS1 and PS2 in Redundant Configuration.

Total Power Available: 1153.32 Watts (27.46 Amps @42V)

Total Power Available for Line Card Usage: 1153.32 Watts (27.46 Amps @42V)

Total Power Drawn From the System: 609.42 Watts (14.51 Amps @42V)

Total Power Drawn by the Chassis: 0 Watt

Total Inline Power Drawn From the System: 0.000 ( 0.000 Amps @42V)

Total Power Reserved as localpool for modules: 0 Watt

Remaining Power in the System: 543.90 Watts (12.95 Amps @42V)

Configured Default Inline Power allocation per port: 15.400 Watts (0.36 Amps @42V)

Slot power Requirement/Usage :

Slot Card Type PowerRequested PowerAllocated CardStatus

Watts A @42V Watts A @42V

---- ------------------- ------- ------ ------- ------ ----------

1 WS-X6K-SUP2-2GE 145.32 3.46 145.32 3.46 ok

2 0.00 0.00 145.32 3.46 none

3 WS-X6416-GBIC 118.02 2.81 118.02 2.81 ok

4 WS-X6348-RJ-45 100.38 2.39 100.38 2.39 ok

5 WS-X6348-RJ-45 100.38 2.39 100.38 2.39 ok

Chassis per slot cooling capacity : 37 cfm

Fan tray(s) cooling capacity :

Fan Model Ver Cooling Ambient FanStatus

capacity temp

---- ------------------- --- -------- ------- ---------

1 WS-C6000-CL 1 340 cfm - fail

Slot cooling requirement :

Slot CardType Cooling

---- ------------------- -------

1 WS-X6K-SUP2-2GE 30 cfm

3 WS-X6416-GBIC 30 cfm

4 WS-X6348-RJ-45 30 cfm

5 WS-X6348-RJ-45 30 cfm

Chassis connector rating : 693.00 Watts (16.50 Amps @42V)

Slot connector rating :

Slot CardType ConnectorRating

Watts A @42V

---- ------------------- -------- ------

1 WS-X6K-SUP2-2GE 693.00 16.50

3 WS-X6416-GBIC 693.00 16.50

4 WS-X6348-RJ-45 693.00 16.50

5 WS-X6348-RJ-45 693.00 16.50

lclsmplgrvb> (enable)

bjw Silver
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Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

Yes the FAN Tray is showing failure.

P/N WS-C6000-CL

If you have Support with Cisco, just call in a TAC case and they'll send a new one with an RMA for the old. If you don't have support you'll have to order 1

New Member

Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

That is a sweet CLI command!! Thank you.

Are these fan assemblies hot swappable? and is there any cisco documentation that outlines the process of removal/install?

bjw Silver
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Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

Your power supplies look like they're operating normally

Environmental Status (. = Pass, F = Fail, U = Unknown, N = Not Present)

PS1: . PS2: . PS1 Fan: . PS2 Fan: .

PS = Power Supply

. = passed

New Member

Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

I need to know if any downtime is required.

Are these fan assemblies hot swappable? and is there any cisco documentation that outlines the process of removal/install?

bjw Silver
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Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

Purple

Re: Diagnostics that can be run on 6509

If you have traps turned on it should also show in the log .

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