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       (Switch)  Performs  a  number  of  multi-step  initialization  and verification operations
       against one or more externally managed Intel(R) Omni-Path switches. The operations include
       initial switch setup, firmware upgrades, chassis reboot, and others.


       opaswitchadmin [-c] [-N 'nodes'] [-L nodefile] [-O] [-P packages]
       [-a action] [-t portsfile] [-p ports] operation...


       -help     Produces full help text.

       -c        Overwrites result files from any previous run before starting this run.

       -N nodes  Specifies the list of nodes to execute the operation against.

       -L nodefile
                 Specifies the file with nodes in the cluster. Default is /etc/opa/switches file.

       -P packages
                 For  upgrades:  Specifies the file name or directory where the firmware image is
                 to install. For the directory specified, .emfw file in  the  directory  tree  is
                 used. shell wild cards may also be used within quotes.

       -t portsfile
                 Specifies  the  file  with  list  of  local HFI ports used to access fabrics for
                 switch access. Default is /etc/opa/ports file.

       -p ports  Specifies the list of local HFI ports used to access fabrics for switch access.

                 Default is first active port. The first HFI in the system is 1. The  first  port
                 on an HFI is 1. Uses the format hfi:port,
                 for example:

                 0:0       First active port in system.

                 0:y       Port y within system.

                 x:0       First active port on HFI x.

                 x:y       HFI x, port y.

       -a action Specifies  an  action  for firmware file for switch upgrade. The action argument
                 can be one or more of the following:

                 select    Ensures firmware is in primary (Default).

                 run       Ensures firmware is in primary and running.

       -O        Specifies the override for firmware upgrades,  bypasses  the  previous  firmware
                 version checks, and forces the update unconditionally.

       operation Performs the specified operation, which can be one or more of the following:

                 reboot    Reboots switches, ensures they go down and come back.

                 configure Runs wizard to set up switch configuration.

                 NOTE: You must reboot the switch for any new settings to be applied.

                 upgrade   Upgrades installation of all switches.

                 info      Reports  firmware  and  hardware  version,  part number, and data rate
                           capability of all nodes.

                 hwvpd     Completes hardware Vital Product Data (VPD) report of all nodes.

                 ping      Pings all nodes and tests for presence.

                 fwverify  Reports integrity of failsafe firmware of all nodes.

                 getconfig Gets port configurations of an externally managed switch.

       For more information on operations, see Operation Details


       opaswitchadmin -c reboot
       opaswitchadmin -P /root/ChassisFw X.X.X.X.X upgrade
       opaswitchadmin -a run -P '*.emfw' upgrade

Environment Variables

       The following environment variables are also used by this command:

                 List of nodes, used in absence of -N and -L options.

                 File containing list of nodes, used in absence of -N and -L options.

                 Maximum concurrent operations.

                 Serialize output of parallel operations (yes or no).

                 Multiplier for all timeouts associated with this command. Used  if  the  systems
                 are slow for some reason.


       opaswitchadmin  provides  detailed  logging of its results. During each run, the following
       files are produced:

       ·      test.res : Appended with summary results of run.

       ·      test.log : Appended with detailed results of run.

       ·      save_tmp/ : Contains a directory per failed test with detailed logs.

       ·      test_tmp*/ : Intermediate result files while test is running.

       The -c option removes all log files.

       Results from opaswitchadmin are grouped into test suites, test cases, and  test  items.  A
       given  run of opaswitchadmin represents a single test suite. Within a test suite, multiple
       test cases occur; typically one test case per chassis being operated on. Some of the  more
       complex operations may have multiple test items per test case. Each test item represents a
       major step in the overall test case.

       Each opaswitchadmin run appends to test.res and test.log and creates  temporary  files  in
       test_tmp$PID  in  the  current directory. the test.res file provides an overall summary of
       operations performed and their results. The  same  information  is  also  displayed  while
       opaswitchadmin  is  executing.  test.log  contains  detailed  information  about  what was
       performed, including the specific commands executed and the resulting output. The test_tmp
       directories  contain  temporary files that reflect tests in progress (or killed). The logs
       for any failures are logged in the save_temp directory with a directory  per  failed  test
       case.  If  the same test case fails more than once, save_temp retains the information from
       the first failure. Subsequent runs of  opaswitchadmin  are  appended  to  test.log.  Intel
       recommends reviewing failures and using the -c option to remove old logs before subsequent
       runs of opaswitchadmin. opaswitchadmin also appends to punchlist.csv for failing switches.

       opaswitchadmin implicitly performs its operations in parallel. However, as for  the  other
       tools,  FF_MAX_PARALLEL can be exported to change the degree of parallelism. 1000 parallel
       operations is the default.

Operation Details

       (Switch) All operations against  Intel(R)  Omni-Path  Fabric  externally-managed  switches
       (except  ping)  securely  access the selected switches. If a password has been set, the -S
       option must be used to securely prompt for a password. In this case, the same password  is
       used for all switches.

       reboot    Reboots the given switches.

                 Use  the  FF_MAX_PARALLEL  value to select either a rolling reboot or a parallel
                 reboot. In most cases, a parallel reboot is recommended for expediency.

       upgrade   Upgrades the firmware  on  each  specified  switch.  The  -P  option  selects  a
                 directory  containing  a  .emfw  file or provides an explicit .emfw file for the
                 switches. If more than one .emfw file is specified, the operation is  undefined.
                 The  -a  option selects the desired minimal state for the new firmware. Only the
                 select and run options are valid for this operation.

                 When the -a option specifies run, switches are rebooted. Use the FF_MAX_PARALLEL
                 value  to  select  a  rolling  upgrade  or  a parallel upgrade. In most cases, a
                 parallel upgrade is recommended for expediency.

                 The upgrade process also sets the switch name.

                 The upgrade process is used to  set,  clear,  or  change  the  password  of  the
                 switches  using  the  -s option. When this option is specified, you are prompted
                 for a new password to be set on the switches. To  reset  (clear)  the  password,
                 press  Enter when prompted. This option can be used to configure the switches to
                 not require a password for subsequent operations. A change to the password  does
                 not take effect until the next reboot of the switch.

                 For  more  information  about  switch  firmware, refer to the Intel(R) Omni-Path
                 Fabric Switches GUI User Guide

                 and Intel(R) Omni-Path Fabric Switches Release Notes

       configure Runs the switch setup wizard, which asks a series of questions. Once the  wizard
                 has  finished prompting for configuration information, all the selected switches
                 are configured according to the  entered  responses.  The  following  items  are
                 configurable for all Intel(R) Omni-Path Switch 100 Series :

                 ·      FM Enabled

                 ·      Link CRC Mode

                 ·      Link Width Supported

                 ·      OPA Node Description

       NOTE:  Typically, the Node Description is updated automatically during a firmware upgrade,
       if it is configured properly in the switches file. Updating the node description  is  also
       available using the configure option without performing a firmware upgrade.

       NOTE: You must reboot the switch for any new settings to be applied.

       info      Queries the switches and displays the following information:

                 ·      Firmware version

                 ·      Hardware version

                 ·      Hardware part number, including revision information

                 ·      Speed capability

                 ·      Fan status

                 ·      Power supply status

                 This operation also outputs a summary of various configuration settings for each
                 switch within a fabric.

       hwvpd     Queries the switches and displays the Vital Product Data (VPD) including:

                 ·      Serial number

                 ·      Part number

                 ·      Model name

                 ·      Hardware version

                 ·      Manufacturer

                 ·      Product description

                 ·      Manufacturer ID

                 ·      Manufacture date

                 ·      Manufacture time

       ping      Issues an inband packet to the switches to test  for  presence  and  reports  on
                 presence/non-presence of each selected switch.

       NOTE: It is not necessary to supply a password (using -S) for this operation.

       fwverify  Verifies  the  integrity  of  the firmware images in the EEPROMs of the selected

       getconfig Gets port configurations of an externally managed switch.  This  operation  also
                 outputs  a  summary  of  various configuration settings for each switch within a
                 fabric. For example, in a fabric with seven switches, a report  similar  to  the
                 following is displayed.

                 This summary helps determine if all switches have the same configuration, and if
                 not, indicates how many have each value. If  some  of  the  values  are  not  as
                 expected, view the test.res file to identify which switches have the undesirable