This hardware command displays the internal voltages for the main board. On the left side of the equals sign is the expected voltage. On the right side of the equals sign is the measured voltage. If the difference between the expected voltage and the measured voltage is more than 10%, the cause should be investigated. The command also provides a summary of the voltage conditions.
The checkvoltages command is available from the /SYS/Switch_Diag and /SYS/Fabric_Mgmt Linux shell targets of the Oracle ILOM CLI interface.
The following example shows how to check that voltages are at nominal values with the checkvoltages command.
# checkvoltages Voltage ECB OK Measured 3.3V Main = 3.28 V Measured 3.3V Standby = 3.37 V Measured 12V = 12.06 V Measured 5V = 5.03 V Measured VBAT = 3.25 V Measured 2.5V = 2.52 V Measured 1.8V = 1.80 V Measured I4 1.2V = 1.22 V All voltages OK #