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ArubaOS-Switch VSF: does show system power-supply detailed report about PS of VSF Commander only?

Hi! On a VSF (two Aruba 5406R zl2) running on ArubaOS-Switch 16.05.0007 I was always used to see that the show system power-supply detailed CLI command reported details only for VSF Commander's powered PS Modules (PS1 and PS2) lacking totally about PS Modules inserted into the VSF Standby member.

 

Example:

 

 

VSF# show system fans

Fan Information 

VSF-Member  1

  Num  | State       | Failures | Location 
Sys-1  | Fan OK      |   0      | Fan Tray 
Sys-2  | Fan OK      |   0      | Fan Tray 
Sys-3  | Fan OK      |   0      | Fan Tray 
Sys-4  | Fan OK      |   0      | Fan Tray 
Sys-5  | Fan OK      |   0      | PS 1 
Sys-6  | Fan OK      |   0      | PS 2 

0 / 6 Fans in Failure State
0 / 6 Fans have been in Failure State

VSF-Member  2

  Num  | State       | Failures | Location 
-------+-------------+----------+----------
Sys-1  | Fan OK      |   0      | Fan Tray 
Sys-2  | Fan OK      |   0      | Fan Tray 
Sys-3  | Fan OK      |   0      | Fan Tray 
Sys-4  | Fan OK      |   0      | Fan Tray 
Sys-5  | Fan OK      |   0      | PS 1 
Sys-6  | Fan OK      |   0      | PS 2 

0 / 6 Fans in Failure State
0 / 6 Fans have been in Failure State

VSF# show system power-supply detailed 

 Status and Counters - Power Supply Detailed Information 

  PS Model  Serial     State            Status
  -- ------ ---------- ---------------- -------------------------------------
  1  J9829A CN6AKxxxxx Powered          AC Power Consumption : 83 Watts
                                        AC MAIN Voltage      : 229 Volts
                                        Power Supplied       : 63 Watts
                                        Power Capacity       : 1100 Watts
                                        Inlet Temp (C/F)     : 32.0C/89.6F
                                        Internal Temp (C/F)  : 50.4C/122.0F
                                        Fan 1 Speed          : 1080 RPM (31%)
                                        Fan 2 Speed          : 1125 RPM (33%)

  2  J9829A IN01Gxxxxx Powered          AC Power Consumption : 85 Watts
                                        AC MAIN Voltage      : 230 Volts
                                        Power Supplied       : 55 Watts
                                        Power Capacity       : 1100 Watts
                                        Inlet Temp (C/F)     : 24.1C/75.2F
                                        Internal Temp (C/F)  : 34.4C/93.2F
                                        Fan 1 Speed          : 1600 RPM (47%)
                                        Fan 2 Speed          : 1600 RPM (47%)

 

   2 /  2 supply bays delivering power.
   Currently supplying 118 W / 2200 W total power.

   Refer to command's help option for field definitions

 

 

Is that a "bug" solved on newer software release or just the designed way the command was built?

 

Second question: is it normal to see those differences between PS1 and PS2 (recently changed due to a fault -> PS2 was made in India and newer than PS1 which was made in China)?

 

 

J9829A (Made in China) deployed as PS1

Inlet Temp (C/F)     : 32.0C/89.6F
Internal Temp (C/F)  : 50.4C/122.0F
Fan 1 Speed          : 1080 RPM (31%)
Fan 2 Speed          : 1125 RPM (33%)

versus

J9829A (Made in India) deployed as PS2

Inlet Temp (C/F)     : 24.1C/75.2F
Internal Temp (C/F)  : 34.4C/93.2F
Fan 1 Speed          : 1600 RPM (47%)
Fan 2 Speed          : 1600 RPM (47%)

 

 

Note that both PS Modules are on the same VSF Commander chassis...and I always looked at the temperature values reported by PS1 (and old PS2 now gone) as normal for the ambient temperature we know there is into the whole rack.

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Re: ArubaOS-Switch VSF: does show system power-supply detailed report about PS of VSF Commander only

It is a known issue that "show system power-supply detailed" command gives PS details of teh commander only on a stack/VSF

Fix is coming in CPE 29 (CR250966)

 

show system power-supply (without detailed option) works and that provides some info

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Re: ArubaOS-Switch VSF: does show system power-supply detailed report about PS of VSF Commander only

Hi! Thanks...it was the very first of my suspects. Out of curiosity what does CPE 29 mean? I know what CR means in this context (CR = Change Request)...but...does CPE 29 mean that next ArubaOS-Switch 16.10 software version incorporating the fix will be released during week 29th 2020?

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Re: ArubaOS-Switch VSF: does show system power-supply detailed report about PS of VSF Commander only

As far as I know CPE means COLLEGES WITH POTENTIAL FOR EXCELLENCE.

CPE29

It is just numerically incrementing last release was CPE 28

Release CPE29: Expected in early-mid June (Please add a week or two buffer for communicating to customer during this Covid-19 pandemic)

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Re: ArubaOS-Switch VSF: does show system power-supply detailed report about PS of VSF Commander only

Gosh, mine was a joke!

 

I'm pretty sure that CPE is the acronym of Current Product Engineering (referred to a Software branch)...so, OK...it's CPE 29th...and thus the next stage will be the GA release, expected to be available in early-mid June 2020.

 

That's look good!

 

Thanks! Definitely, it's time for me to plan an update to that VSF.

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