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Manual Reference Pages  -  SESUTIL (8)

NAME

sesutil - Utility for managing SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) device

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Examples
See Also
History
Authors

SYNOPSIS

sesutil fault [-u /dev/sesN] <disk | sesid | all> [on | off] sesutil locate [-u /dev/sesN] <disk | sesid | all> [on | off] sesutil map [-u /dev/sesN] sesutil status [-u /dev/sesN]

DESCRIPTION

The sesutil utility can be used to query and modify various parameter of SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) devices.

List of supported commands:
fault[-u /dev/sesN<disk| all[on | off]>]
  Change the state of the external fault LED associated with disk. disk can be the device name of the disk, like da12, or all’. to indicate all disks attached to SES controllers.
fault-u /dev/sesN sesid [on | off]
  Change the state of the external fault LED associated with an element connected to the SES controller. sesid must be the element ID of a valid item attached to the controller. Use the map command to list the elements attached to a controller.
locate[-u /dev/sesN<disk| all[on | off]>]
  Change the state of the external locate LED associated with disk. disk can be the device name of the disk, like da12, or all’. to indicate all disks attached to SES controllers.
locate-u /dev/sesN sesid [on | off]
  Change the state of the external locate LED associated with an element connected to the SES controller. sesid must be the element ID of a valid item attached to the controller. Use the map command to list the elements attached to a controller.
map [-u /dev/sesN]
  Display a map of all elements connected to the specified ses(4) controller. If no controller is specified, all controllers are mapped.
status [-u /dev/sesN]
  Display the status of the specified ses(4) controller. If no controller is specified, the status of each controller is returned.

EXAMPLES

Turn off all locate LEDs:

    locate all off

Turn on the locate LED for the drive bay corresponding to da15:

    locate da15 on

Turn on the fault LED for a drive bay not associated with a device:

    fault -u /dev/ses2 7 on

SEE ALSO

ses(4)

HISTORY

The sesutil utility first appeared in
.Fx 11.0 .

AUTHORS


.An -nosplit The sesutil utility was written by
.An Baptiste Daroussin Aq Mt bapt@FreeBSD.org and
.An Allan Jude Aq Mt allanjude@FreeBSD.org .
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