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Cisco Bug: CSCup04900 - Operational Mode Update in MDS 9000 Command Reference Guide

Last Modified

Jun 02, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco MDS 9000 Series Multilayer Switches

Known Affected Releases

6.2(1)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Symptom:
The operational mode in the 'show environment' output located in the Command Reference Guide, Release 6.2(7) is missing.
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/datacenter/mds9000/sw/6_2/command/reference/cr4_2x/CR04_sh.html

Conditions:
Conditions:

The Command Reference Guide contains the following output for 'show environment' which is missing the redundancy operational mode:
Power Usage Summary:
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Power Supply redundancy mode: non-redundant (combined)
 
Total Power Capacity 2306.64 W
 
Power reserved for Supervisor(s)[-] 440.16 W
Power reserved for Fan Module(s)[-] 210.00 W
Power currently used by Modules[-] 440.16 W
 
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Total Power Available 1216.32 W



Redundancy operational mode should appear as shown below:
Power Usage Summary:
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Power Supply redundancy mode:                 Redundant
Power Supply redundancy operational mode:     Redundant

Total Power Capacity                             2844.66 W

Power reserved for Supervisor(s)                  252.00 W
Power reserved for Fan Module(s)                  318.36 W
Power reserved for Fabric Module(s)               168.00 W
Power currently used by Modules                   854.70 W

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Total Power Available                            1251.60 W
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