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½ ATR Chassis Management User Guide



Hardware:

RS-232, DB-9 female connector

115200,N,8,1

pin2 Tx, pin3 Rx.

Known problem.

  1. After power up, use ifree command from console port to clear the I2C, due to the SBC fru chip problem.

  2. Not all the fru are programmed.

  3. Call Philip if you see any problem.


Welcome PIC32 @ Themis

Build Date: Feb 2 2011, 16:48:08
I2C(0) clock frequency (100000) is ok

I2C(4) clock frequency (100000) is ok

I2C(0) clear all status bits

toggle clock to clear the SDA(0) line

I2C(4) clear all status bits

toggle clock to clear the SDA(4) line

GPIO port init.

POWER ON Default = AUTO

gpiopwr=1

ADT7462 Dev ID = 62

ADT7462 MFG ID = 41

ADT7461 MFG ID = 41

ADT7461 REV ID = 51

UART3B Init

ADT7317 Dev ID = 01

ADT7317 MFG ID = 41

ADT7317 Chip Rev = 04

Fans are Auto.
IP Address: 192.168.0.100
IP Address: 192.168.44.207
# help <--- help command


PIC32@Themis V:0.1

Build Date: Feb 2 2011, 16:48:09

help:

iprobe <-- probe I2C device

istatus <-- I2C bus status

istop <-- stop I2C bus

iclear <-- clear I2C error status

iclock <-- send extra clock to clear SDA

ifree <-- send out istop, iclear, iclock commands.

ibw .. : i2c block write

ibr : i2c block read

fan [init|auto|st|sp]

fru

psu [init|st|dac d d]

gpio rxx[=|?][0|1]

tmp75 [1-8]

temp <-- bp and slot temperature

ip <-- display current ip and mac address

loop <-- loop next command

time <-- display elapsed timer

doconfig <-- change network setup

reset <-- reset the CM

sbcpb [0=sbc1|1=sbc2] [0=short|1=long] power button

wp [0|1] <-- CM fru write protection off/on

slotwp [slot_n] [0|1] <-- slot fru write protection off/on

sleep <-- CM sleep forever

or help [command] for detail
#iprobe <--- probe I2C devices

scan the I2C bus - 0

21 24 49 4c 50 51 52 54 6e

26, 56 : SLOT 1 , Not Installed

25, 55 : SLOT 2 , Not Installed

24, 54 : SLOT 3 , Found FRU/IO

23, 53 : SLOT 4 , Not Installed

52 : SLOT 5 , Found FRU

21, 51 : SLOT 6 , Found FRU/IO

50 : SLOT 7 , Found FRU

27, 57 : SLOT 8 , Not Installed

4e : SLOT 1 , tmp75 Not installed

4d : SLOT 2 , tmp75 Not installed

4c : SLOT 3 , Found tmp75

4b : SLOT 4 , tmp75 Not installed

4a : SLOT 5 , tmp75 Not installed

49 : SLOT 6 , Found tmp75

48 : SLOT 7 , tmp75 Not installed

4f : SLOT 8 , tmp75 Not installed
scan the I2C bus - 4

44 48 4a 4c 4d 50 51 52 53 54 57 58 5f 61

57 : CM FRU , Found

58 : CM Fan , Found

52 : PSU-A FRU , Found

4a : PSU-A adt7317 , Found

44 : PSU-A ltc4260 , Found

51 : PSU-B FRU , Found

48 : PSU-B lm75 , Found

4c : PSU-B lm75 , Found

54 : IO FRU , Found

53 : Fan Card FRU , Found

4d : BP adt7461 , Found

50 : BP FRU , Found
# ifree <--- free the I2C bus, if the data line is low.

I2C(0) clear all status bits

toggle clock to clear the SDA(0) line

I2C(4) clear all status bits

toggle clock to clear the SDA(4) line
# fan st <--- read the fan controller status

--- Speed -------------

Fan 1 = 6006 rpm, (0383)

Fan 2 = 5973 rpm, (0388)

Fan 3 = 5980 rpm, (0387)

Fan 4 = 5966 rpm, (0389)

pwm_aa set = 7a (47%)

pwm_ab set = 7a (47%)

pwm_ac set = 7a

pwm_ad set = 7a

--- Temperature -------

local temp = 44.75

D1 temp = 44.25

D2 temp = 43.0

D3 temp = 40.75

--- Voltage -----------

pin-07 = 12.0 V (12V)

pin-21 = 5.02 V (5V)

pin-22 = 3.26 V (3.3V_aux)

pin-23 = 2.48 V (2.5V)

pin-25 = 3.33 V (3.3V)

pin-26 = 1.20 V (1.2V)

# fan sp 100 <--- set the fan speed to 100% duty cycle

# fan auto <--- set the fan speed to auto mode

Fans are Auto.
# psu st <--- read the power supply unit status

PSU-A:

local temp = 30.75

D1 temp = 29.00

Vdd = 3.28

Hot Swap Voltage = 19.60[V]

Hot Swap Current = 4.40[A]

Status Reg = d0, FET On=1, FET Short Present=0

Fault Reg = 02, FET Short=0

PSU-B:

LM75(0x48)=29

LM75(0x4c)=28

# temp <--- read the backplane and slot temperature

BP(0x4d) int temp=31

BP(0x4d) ext temp=26

Error: Sent byte was not acknowledged. 0, 4e

Error: Sent byte was not acknowledged. 0, 4d

Slot 3 (4c) temp=26.50

Error: Sent byte was not acknowledged. 0, 4b

Error: Sent byte was not acknowledged. 0, 4a

Slot 6 (49) temp=27.50

Error: Sent byte was not acknowledged. 0, 48

Error: Sent byte was not acknowledged. 0, 4f
# ip <--- read the network ip address and mac address

192.168.44.207

00:80:b6:00:0b:99

# doconfig <--- configure the network in console port

Chassis Management TCP/IP Configuration
1: Firmware build Date: Feb 2 2011, 16:48:01

2: Change host name: HEMIS

3: Change static IP address: 192.168.44.207

4: Change static gateway address: 192.168.44.254

5: Change static subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

6: Change static primary DNS server: 10.10.10.253

7: Change static secondary DNS server: 10.10.1.8

8: Disable DHCP & IP Gleaning: DHCP is currently enabled

9: Exit.

0: Save & Quit.

Enter a menu choice:
Exit Now. Data are not saved, but it may be changed.





Overview front page, no password required.





Login with

admin/themis
Keep the Fan in auto.

F


View the Power Supply Unit A/B status, and voltages.

There are several ways to turn on system,

  1. use hardware toggle switch to turn on power.

  2. Use web gui select the PSU Control “ON”, then click on set button.

  3. From console port type “gpio on”.


For the power on Default:

  1. type “wp 0” from console port,

  2. from web gui select the Auto On or Manual the click set button.


Note, if the micro controller




Read the Slot device type,

slot 1 is near by the Fan module.




View the FRU information, use drop down box to pick the device, then click on select button.




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Display the I2C device on the bus 0 or 4.





Display PLX link status, if the LED is black, then there is no device on that slot.








View the Network Configuration, this is place to change the MAC address.

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