Note - Do not use fmdump to verify that a FRU replacement has cleared a fault, because the output of fmdump is the same after the FRU has been replaced. Use the fmadm faulty command to verify that the fault has cleared. See Clear Faults Detected by PSH.
In the following example, a fault is displayed, indicating the following details.
Note - fmdump displays the PSH event log. Entries remain in the log after the fault has been repaired.
In PSH Message Output, the message ID SUN4V-8000-JA provides information for corrective action:
Example 10 Output from the fmdump -v Command
# fmdump -v -u fd940ac2-d21e-c94a-f258-f8a9bb69d05b TIME UUID SUNW-MSG-ID Jul 31 12:47:42.2007 fd940ac2-d21e-c94a-f258-f8a9bb69d05b SUN4V-8000-JA 100% fault.cpu.ultraSPARC-T2.misc_regs Problem in: cpu:///cpuid=16/serial=5D67334847 Affects: cpu:///cpuid=16/serial=5D67334847 FRU: hc://:serial=101083:part=541215101/motherboard=0 Location: MB
Example 11 PSH Message Output
CPU errors exceeded acceptable levels Type Fault Severity Major Description The number of errors associated with this CPU has exceeded acceptable levels. Automated Response The fault manager will attempt to remove the affected CPU from service. Impact System performance may be affected. Suggested Action for System Administrator Schedule a repair procedure to replace the affected CPU, the identity of which can be determined using fmdump -v -u <EVENT_ID>. Details The Message ID: SUN4V-8000-JA indicates diagnosis has determined that a CPU is faulty. The Oracle Solaris fault manager arranged an automated attempt to disable this CPU....