Dump Debug Log
Dumps encoded firmware debug logs from specified persistent memory modules and optionally decodes to human readable text.
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ipmctl dump [OPTIONS] -destination (file_prefix) [-dict (file)] -debug -dimm (DimmIDs) [PROPERTIES]
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Targets

  • -destination (file_prefix): The command will create files that use the given filename as a prefix and append the DIMM UID, DIMM handle, debug log source, and the appropriate file type (.bin for encoded logs, .txt for decoded logs) onto the end.
    file_prefix_Uid_Handle_logsource.[bin,txt]
  • -dict (path): Optional file path to the dictionary file. If supplied, the command will create both the binary debug log and a text file with decoded log data with the file prefix specified by destination.
  • -dimm (DimmIDs): Dumps the debug logs from the specified modules.

Examples

Dump and decode the debug log from persistent memory modules 0x0001 and 0x0011 using the dictionary file.
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$ ipmctl dump -destination file_prefix -dict nlog_dict.txt -debug -dimm 0x0001,0x0011
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Sample Output

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Dumped media FW debug logs to file
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(file_prefix_8089-A1-1816-00000016_0x0001_media.bin)
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Decoded 456 records to file (file_prefix_8089-A1-1816-00000016_0x0001_media.txt)
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No spi FW debug logs found
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