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TitleHow to determine which Component / Field Replaceable Unit is being referenced in S-Series syslog or debug message log
Question
How to determine which Component / Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) is being referenced in S-Series syslog or debug message log
Environment
  • S-Series
  • K-Series
  • All firmware versions
  • Field Replaceable Unit
  • Fuji Errors
  • Switch Chip Errors
Answer
    1. Determine which Fuji is being referenced (Fuji=2 referenced below on S-Series Slot#1):
Fuji[1.tLcIntr]Fuji PRS MAIN intr: Fuji=2, Adr=0, Reg=0x00000001
     2. From the output of command "show system hardware" locate the "Switch Chip" section which references an ID for each one, which this ID is equivalent to the Fuji ID (Which is Fuji 2 in this case)
Show system hardware 


   SYSTEM SLOT HARDWARE INFORMATION
   --------------------------------
   ...
   SLOT 1
   ...
         Location:             lower right  <<<< Indicates location on base blade 
         Description:          24 Port 10/100/1000 RJ45, 1X, Double-Wide Bottom, PoE+ Capable
         Board Revision:       6     (0x6)
         PLD Revision:         15    (0xF)
         FRU:                  no
         PoE[1]:
            Software Revision: 04.01.01.01
            Device Id:         0xe103     
         SWITCH CHIP[0]:
            Type:              ASIC
            Revision:          0    (0x0)
            Id:                2   <<<<< - This is Fuji 2 on slot 1
         SWITCH CHIP[1]:
            Type:              ASIC
            Revision:          0    (0x0)
            Id:                3  <<<<< - Another Fuji ID but we are not looking for this one
         MAC CHIP [0]:
            Model:             BCM56620
            Revision:          18
            Id:                4
         PHY CHIP [0]:
            Model:             BCM54980
            Revision:          4
            Id:                8
     3. The output shows SWITCH CHIP[0]: with ID: 2 which is actually Fuji=2, which is under the location "lower left" indicating part of base blade and not an option module. 
 
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