B Commands

bezel-portmap-show

This port is used to display physical to logical port mapping on the Dell platform. All port are 40G ports that can be split into 4 logical 10G ports.

Syntax   bexel-portmap-show port port bezel-intf number

port port

Specify a logical port.

bezel-intf number

Specify an interface number.

Defaults   None

Access   network-admin

Usage   Use this command to display the physical to logical port mapping on a Dell platform.

Examples  To display port mapping on the Dell platform, use the following syntax:

CLI network-admin@switch > bezel-portmap-show

switch  port bezel-intf

------- ---- ----------

s6000-2 1    1          

s6000-2 2    1.2        

s6000-2 3    1.3        

s6000-2 4    1.4        

s6000-2 5    2          

s6000-2 6    3          

s6000-2 7    3.2        

s6000-2 8    3.3        

s6000-2 9    3.4        

s6000-2 10   4          

s6000-2 11   5          

s6000-2 12   5.2        

s6000-2 13   5.3        

s6000-2 14   5.4        

s6000-2 15   6          

s6000-2 16   7          

s6000-2 17   7.2        

s6000-2 18   7.3        

s6000-2 19   7.4

 

From the output above, you can determine that port 1 has no cables connected to it. However port 2, has a 40G cable connected to another switch on the network. This is indicated by a single port number instead of 4 port numbers.

bootenv-activate-and-reboot

This command allows you to activate a boot environment and reboot it.

Syntax   bootenv-activate-and-reboot name name-string gapply-current-config|no-apply-current-confi

name name-string

The name of the boot environment to activate.

apply-current-config|no-apply-current-config

Specify if you want to apply the current configuration after rebooting the switch.

Defaults   None

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in nvOS Version 1.2.1.

Usage   Use this command to activate a boot environment.

Examples  To activate an environment called, backup, and reboot it, use the following command:

CLI network-admin@switch > bootenv-activate-and-reboot name backup

bootenv-delete

This command is used to delete a boot environment from the switch.

Syntax   bootenv-delete name name-string

name name-string

The name of the boot environment  to delete.

Defaults   None

Access   CLI.

History   Command introduced in nvOS Version 1.2.1.

Usage   Use the command to remove stale boot environments from the platform.

Examples  To delete the boot environment, local-boot, use the following command:

CLI network-admin@switch > bootenv-delete local-boot

bootenv-show

Display information about the boot environment.

Syntax   bootenv-show [name name-string] [version version-string] [current yes|no] [reboot yes|no]

name name-string

Specifies the name of the boot environment.

version version-string

Specifies the version of the boot environment.

current yes|no

Specifies if the named boot environment is the current boot environment.

reboot yes|no

Specifies if the boot environment is set to reboot.

apply-current-config|no-apply-current-config

Specify if you want to apply the current configuration after rebooting the switch.

Defaults   None

Access   CLI

History   Command introduced in nvOS Version 1.2.1.

Usage   Used to display configured information about the boot environment.

Examples  To display the boot environment, local-copy, in the format layout horizontal, use the following command:

CLI network-admin@switch > bootenv-show name local-copy layout horizontal

name        version    current reboot space created        

----------- ---------- ------- ------ ----- --------------

ONVL-13 -              no      no     17.6M 03-19,13:54:51

ONVL-14 2.3.0-6795     yes     yes    19.8G 03-23,10:47:53