Show Socket
Shows basic information about the physical processors in the host server.
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ipmctl show [OPTIONS] -socket [TARGETS]
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Targets

  • -socket (SocketIDs): Restricts output to the DIMMs installed on specific sockets by supplying the socket target and one or more comma-separated socket identifiers. The default is to display all sockets.

Examples

Display information about all the processors.
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# ipmctl show -socket
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SocketID | MappedMemoryLimit | TotalMappedMemory
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0x0000 | 4608.0 GiB | 851.0 GiB
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0x0001 | 4608.0 GiB | 850.5 GiB
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List all properties for socket 1.
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# ipmctl show -socket 1
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SocketID | MappedMemoryLimit | TotalMappedMemory
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0x0001 | 4608.0 GiB | 850.5 GiB
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Retrieve specific properties for each processor.
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# ipmctl show -d MappedMemoryLimit -socket
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---SocketID=0x0000---
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MappedMemoryLimit=4608.0 GiB
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---SocketID=0x0001---
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MappedMemoryLimit=4608.0 GiB
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Return Data

  • The MappedMemoryLimit is the maximum amount of memory that is allowed to be mapped into the system physical address space for this processor based on its SKU.
  • TotalMappedMemory is the total amount of memory that is currently mapped into the system physical address space for this processor.
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