Displaying the Module Recovery Setting

Display the module recovery setting with the command:
show slot

The show slot output includes the shutdown configuration. If you configure the module recovery setting to shut down, the output displays an “E” flag that indicates any errors detected on the slot disables all ports on the slot. The “E” flag appears only if you configure the module recovery setting to "shutdown."

Note

Note

If you configure one or more slots for shut down and the switch detects a fault on one of those slots, all of the configured slots enter the shutdown state and remain in that state until explicitly cleared.

If you configure the module recovery setting to none, the output displays an “e” flag that indicates no corrective actions will occur for the specified MSM/MM or I/O module. The “e” flag appears only if you configure the module recovery setting to none.

Example

Here's an example from a BlackDiamond 8810 with slot 2 configured for "shutdown":

Slots    Type                 Configured           State       Ports  Flags
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Slot-1   8900-G96T-c          8900-G96T-c          Operational   96   MB
Slot-2   8900-10G24X-c        8900-10G24X-c        Operational   24   MB   E
Slot-3   8900-40G6X-xm        8900-40G6X-xm        Operational   24   MB
Slot-4   G48Xc                G48Xc                Operational   48   MB
Slot-5   G8Xc                 G8Xc                 Operational    8   MB
Slot-6                                             Empty          0
Slot-7   G48Te2(PoE)          G48Te2(PoE)          Operational   48   MB
Slot-8   G48Tc                G48Tc                Operational   48   MB
Slot-9   10G4Xc               10G4Xc               Operational    4   MB
Slot-10                                            Empty          0
MSM-A    8900-MSM128                               Operational    0
MSM-B    8900-MSM128                               Operational    0
Flags : M - Backplane link to Master is Active
B - Backplane link to Backup is also Active
D - Slot Disabled
I - Insufficient Power (refer to "show power budget")
e - Errors on slot will be ignored (no corrective action initiated)
E - Errors on slot will disable all ports on slot 
Note

Note

In ExtremeXOS 11.4 and earlier, if you configure the module recovery setting to none, the output displays an “e” flag that indicates no corrective actions will occur for the specified MSM/MM or I/O module. The “e” flag appears only if you configure the module recovery setting to none.