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gpiotool - Dell Networking S6010-ON
gpiotool The gpiotool controls the state of the GPIO lines from the CPU or any other device that drives the GPIO lines. The CPU GPIO lines the map in Linux to /sys/class/gpio entries, which are manipulated through the standard read/write interfaces. There is ...

lpctool - Dell Networking S6010-ON
lpctool To access devices on the LPC bus, use the lpctool. The lpctool allow access on the LPC bus by using I/O transactions at the processor level. This access does not include LPC interfaces in other devices. Other DiagOS tools use lpctool to read LPC-conne...

Upgrading SMF MSS - Dell Networking S6010-ON
Upgrading SMF MSS You can upgrade SMF MSS using the following steps. To find out what region is currently running, use the gmr option. If MSS is running in region A, use the region B image to upgrade the MSS. If MSS is running in region B, use the region A im...

Installing or Upgrading DIAG Tools in the Dell DIAGs OS - Dell Networking S6010-ON
Installing or Upgrading DIAG Tools in the Dell DIAGs OS To install or upgrade the DIAGs in the Dell DIAGs OS, use the dpkg -i dn-diags-< platform>-DiagOS-1.10.deb command. root@dell-diag-os:~# dpkg -i dn-diags-< platform>-DiagOS-1.10.deb Selecting...

Restoring the Factory Defaults - Dell Networking S6010-ON
Restoring the Factory Defaults If you need to restore your system factory defaults, reboot the system to ONIE: Uninstall OS mode. If it is not possible to do this with the operating system you installed, reboot the system from the Grub menu and select ONIE: R...

nvramtool - Dell Networking S6010-ON
nvramtool To read and write the NVRAM bits that the BIOS uses to control testing and the bits for the EDA tools, use the nvramtool. The NVRAM is an area, usually in a battery backed-up device such as an RTC chip, that allows the writing of bits which do not c...

opticstool - Dell Networking S6010-ON
opticstool To check the presence or absence of optic devices, link status, and to read data from the optic devices’ EEPROM, use the opticstool. Tests There are no tests on the optic devices. You can run a brief report that displays the optic presence or shows...

storagetool - Dell Networking S6010-ON
storagetool The storagetool tests mounted storage media. The tool searches for any device in /dev/hd*, sda, sdb, or sdc and tests using them. The tests are file-copy tests to the device in the mounted file system. The files are written, compared and removed, ...

Technical Support - Dell Networking S6010-ON
Technical Support This chapter contains the following sections: Dell Support Contacting the Technical Assistance Center Requesting a Hardware Replacement

Objectives - Dell Networking S6000
Objectives This information is intended as a reference guide for the Dell Networking OS CLI commands, with detailed syntax statements, along with usage information and sample output. NOTE: For more information about when to use the CLI commands, see the Dell ...

edatool - Dell Networking S6010-ON
edatool The edatool is included in the diagnostic tools. Use the tool to test the basic functionality of the system. The edatool executes a script of simple commands, similar to commands in the CLI. In most cases, these tests are run by the diagnostics tools....

Conventions - Dell Networking S6000
Conventions This guide uses the following conventions to describe command syntax: Keyword Keywords are in Courier font and must be entered in the CLI as listed. parameter Parameters are in italics and require a number or word to be entered in the CLI. {X} Key...

Multiple Configuration Users - Dell Networking S6000
Multiple Configuration Users When a user enters CONFIGURATION mode and another user is already in CONFIGURATION mode, the Dell Networking operating software generates an alert warning message similar to the following: Dell#conf % Warning: The following users ...

Using the Dell Diagnostic Test Suite - Dell Networking S6010-ON
Using the Dell Diagnostic Test Suite To run the Dell diagnostic test suite, use the following command after the system boots up. To run the Dell diagnostic test suite, select the EDA-DIAG option. NOTE: Use the up and down arrow keys to select which entry is h...

Restore the Factory Defaults - Dell Networking S6010-ON
Restore the Factory Defaults The following section describes the different methods to restore the Open Networking factory defaults on the different Open Networking platforms.

delete - Dell Networking S6000
delete Delete a file from the flash. After deletion, files cannot be restored. Syntax delete { flash: | nfsmount: | usbflash:} [no-confirm] Parameters flash: To delete a file or directory on the internal flash, enter flash:// then the filename or directory na...

show version - Dell Networking S6000
show version Display the current Dell Networking Operating System (OS) version information on the system. Syntax show version Command Modes EXEC Privilege Command History This guide is platform-specific. For command information about other platforms, see the ...

Obtaining Help - Dell Networking S6000
Obtaining Help As soon as you are in a Command mode, there are several ways to access help: To obtain a list of keywords at any command mode: Type a ? at the prompt or after a keyword. There must always be a space before the ?. To obtain a list of keywords wi...

Using the Keyword no Command - Dell Networking S6000
Using the Keyword no Command To disable, delete or return to default values, use the no form of the commands. For most commands, if you type the keyword no in front of the command, you disable that command or delete it from the running configuration. In this ...

HTTP Copy via CLI - Dell Networking S6000
HTTP Copy via CLI Copy one file to another location. Dell Networking OS supports IPv4 and IPv6 addressing for FTP, TFTP, and SCP (in the hostip field). Syntax copy http://10.16.206.77/sample_file flash://sample_file copy flash://sample_file http://10.16.206.7...
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