Provided by: ipmctl_02.00.00.3709+ds-1_amd64 bug

NAME

       ipmctl-dump-goal - Stores the current configured memory allocation settings to a file

SYNOPSIS

       ipmctl dump [OPTIONS] -destination (path) -system -config

DESCRIPTION

       Store the currently configured memory allocation settings for all DCPMMs in the system to
       a file in order to replicate the configuration elsewhere. Apply the stored memory
       allocation settings using the command Section [Load Memory Allocation Goal].

OPTIONS

       -h, -help
           Displays help for the command.

       -ddrt
           Used to specify DDRT as the desired transport protocol for the current invocation of
           ipmctl.

       -smbus
           Used to specify SMBUS as the desired transport protocol for the current invocation of
           ipmctl.

           Note
           The -ddrt and -smbus options are mutually exclusive and may not be used together.

       -lpmb
           Used to specify large transport payload size for the current invocation of ipmctl.

       -spmb
           Used to specify small transport payload size for the current invocation of ipmctl.

           Note
           The -lpmb and -spmb options are mutually exclusive and may not be used together.

       -o (text|nvmxml), -output (text|nvmxml)
           Changes the output format. One of: "text" (default) or "nvmxml".

EXAMPLES

       Stores the memory allocation settings from all the DCPMMs into the file "config.txt".

       ipmctl dump -destination config.txt -system -config

LIMITATIONS

       In order to successfully execute this command:

       ·   The caller must have the appropriate privileges.

       ·   Only memory allocation settings for manageable DCPMMs that have been successfully
           applied by the BIOS are stored in the file. Unconfigured DCPMMs are not included, nor
           are memory allocation goals that have not been applied.

RETURN DATA

       The CLI will indicate the overall status of the operation when complete. If a failure
       occurs when dumping the memory allocation from multiple DCPMMs, the process will stop and
       the output file will be removed.

       The output file is formatted as an ASCII file with one row per DCPMM containing the
       following comma-separated values.

       SocketID
           unsigned short int Identifier for the socket the DCPMM is associated with.

       DimmHandle
           unsigned int DCPMM device handle.

       Capacity
           unsigned long long int Total capacity of the DCPMM in GiB.

       MemorySize
           unsigned long long int Capacity of the DCPMM allocated as Memory Mode in GiB.

       AppDirect1Size
           unsigned long long int Capacity of the DCPMM allocated for the first App Direct
           interleave set in GiB.

       AppDirect1Format
           unsigned short int Bit mask representing the interleave format of the first App Direct
           interleave set.

       AppDirect1Mirrored
           unsigned char 1 if the first App Direct interleave set is mirrored, 0 otherwise.

       AppDirect1Index
           unsigned short int Unique index of the first App Direct interleave set.

       AppDirect2Size
           unsigned long long int Capacity of the DCPMM allocated for the second App Direct
           interleave set in GiB.

       AppDirect2Format
           unsigned short int Bit mask representing the interleave format of the second App
           Direct interleave set.

       AppDirect2Mirrored
           unsigned char 1 if the second App Direct interleave set is mirrored, 0 otherwise.

       AppDirect2Index
           unsigned short int Unique index of the second App Direct interleave set.

SAMPLE OUTPUT

       Successfully dumped system configuration to file: config.csv

       config.csv contents:

       #SocketID,DimmHandle,Capacity,MemorySize,AppDirect1Size,AppDirect
       1Format,AppDirect
       1Mirrored,AppDirect1Index,AppDirect2Size,AppDirect2Format,AppDire
       ct2Mirrored,AppDirect2Index
       1,4385,64,64,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
       1,4401,64,64,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
       1,4417,64,64,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
       1,4433,64,64,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
       1,4449,64,64,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0