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Dutch translation: fruled commands/commando's voor aan/uitzetten van indicatorlichten (-lampjes)

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English term or phrase:fruled commands
Dutch translation:fruled commands/commando's voor aan/uitzetten van indicatorlichten (-lampjes)
Entered by: Evert DELOOF-SYS
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06:21 Aug 29, 2001
English to Dutch translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng
English term or phrase: fruled commands
Support for changes of SAM and fruled commands to modify the behaviour of PCI attention lights
Linda
fruled commands/commando's voor aan/uitzetten van indicatorlichten (-lampjes)
Explanation:
commando's voor aan/uitzetten van indicatorlichtjes


Via www.google.com / HP


NAME fruled - turn on/off indicator lights (cell, cabinet and I/O chassis
indicator lights)

SYNOPSIS
fruled [-f|-o] [-B] -c cell [-c...]

fruled [-f|-o] [-B] -i I/Ochassis [-i...]

fruled [-f|-o] -b cabinet [-b...]

fruled [-f] -C [-l cabinet] [-l...]

fruled [-f] -I [-l cabinet] [-l...]

DESCRIPTION
The fruled command turns on/off indicator lights of cells or I/O
chassis. The command can also be used to start or stop flashing
cabinet number indicators.

If a cell indicator is being illuminated, the cabinet number LED of
the cabinet that contains the component can be made to flash by using
the -B option. Likewise, if an internal component's LED is being
turned off, the cabinet number LED can also be made to stop flashing
using the -B option.

Options and Arguments
fruled recognizes the following command line options and arguments:

-f Turn off specified indicator light(s). This is the
default.

The -f and -o options are mutually exclusive.

-o Turn on specified indicator light(s).

The -o option is unavailable with -C or -I.

-B Start or stop flashing the cabinet number LED of the
cabinet that contains the cell or I/O chassis.

The -B option is only available with -c and -i.

-c cell Turn on/off the specified cell indicator light.

cell can be specified either in the local
(cabinet#/slot#) or global (cell_ID) format. For
example, the cell located in cabinet 2, slot 4 is
locally identified as 2/4 or globally as simply 20.

- 1 -

fruled(1) fruled(1)

-i I/Ochassis Turn on/off the specified I/Ochassis indicator light.

An I/Ochassis can be specified in the form of
cabinet#/enclosure#/chassis#. For example, the I/O
chassis located in cabinet 1, enclosure 4 and I/O
chassis slot 1 is identified as 1/4/1.

-b cabinet Start or stop flashing the cabinet number LED of the
specified cabinet.

-C Turn off all cell indicator lights.

By default the scope will be the whole complex if -l
option is not specified.

-I Turn off all I/O chassis lights.

By default the scope will be the entire complex if the
-l option is not specified.

-l cabinet Limit the scope of the -C or -I option to a given
cabinet.

EXIT STATUS
The fruled utility exits with one of the following values:

0 Successful completion.

1 Error condition occurred.

2 No LED associated with specified object.

EXAMPLES
Turn on the indicator light of the cell located in cabinet 2 slot 4
and also turn on the indicator light of the cabinet in which it is
contained.

fruled -o -B -c 2/4

Turn off the indicator lights of 2 cells located in cabinet 2, slot 4
and cabinet 2, slot 6.

fruled -f -c 2/4 -c 2/6

WARNINGS
The presence of ? in the command output indicates a problem in
address translation. If you see ? (example: "I/O chassis 0/?/3") in
the command output, please contact your Hewlett Packard
representative.

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fruled(1) fruled(1)

AUTHOR
fruled was developed by the Hewlett-Packard Company.

SEE ALSO
parstatus(1), partition(1), frupower(1m), parcreate(1m),
parmodify(1m), parremove(1m), parunlock(1m).

Selected response from:

Evert DELOOF-SYS
Belgium
Local time: 05:14
Grading comment
Wow, wat een toelichting. Dank je wel.

Groeten,

Linda
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nafruled commands/commando's voor aan/uitzetten van indicatorlichten (-lampjes)
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fruled commands/commando's voor aan/uitzetten van indicatorlichten (-lampjes)


Explanation:
commando's voor aan/uitzetten van indicatorlichtjes


Via www.google.com / HP


NAME fruled - turn on/off indicator lights (cell, cabinet and I/O chassis
indicator lights)

SYNOPSIS
fruled [-f|-o] [-B] -c cell [-c...]

fruled [-f|-o] [-B] -i I/Ochassis [-i...]

fruled [-f|-o] -b cabinet [-b...]

fruled [-f] -C [-l cabinet] [-l...]

fruled [-f] -I [-l cabinet] [-l...]

DESCRIPTION
The fruled command turns on/off indicator lights of cells or I/O
chassis. The command can also be used to start or stop flashing
cabinet number indicators.

If a cell indicator is being illuminated, the cabinet number LED of
the cabinet that contains the component can be made to flash by using
the -B option. Likewise, if an internal component's LED is being
turned off, the cabinet number LED can also be made to stop flashing
using the -B option.

Options and Arguments
fruled recognizes the following command line options and arguments:

-f Turn off specified indicator light(s). This is the
default.

The -f and -o options are mutually exclusive.

-o Turn on specified indicator light(s).

The -o option is unavailable with -C or -I.

-B Start or stop flashing the cabinet number LED of the
cabinet that contains the cell or I/O chassis.

The -B option is only available with -c and -i.

-c cell Turn on/off the specified cell indicator light.

cell can be specified either in the local
(cabinet#/slot#) or global (cell_ID) format. For
example, the cell located in cabinet 2, slot 4 is
locally identified as 2/4 or globally as simply 20.

- 1 -

fruled(1) fruled(1)

-i I/Ochassis Turn on/off the specified I/Ochassis indicator light.

An I/Ochassis can be specified in the form of
cabinet#/enclosure#/chassis#. For example, the I/O
chassis located in cabinet 1, enclosure 4 and I/O
chassis slot 1 is identified as 1/4/1.

-b cabinet Start or stop flashing the cabinet number LED of the
specified cabinet.

-C Turn off all cell indicator lights.

By default the scope will be the whole complex if -l
option is not specified.

-I Turn off all I/O chassis lights.

By default the scope will be the entire complex if the
-l option is not specified.

-l cabinet Limit the scope of the -C or -I option to a given
cabinet.

EXIT STATUS
The fruled utility exits with one of the following values:

0 Successful completion.

1 Error condition occurred.

2 No LED associated with specified object.

EXAMPLES
Turn on the indicator light of the cell located in cabinet 2 slot 4
and also turn on the indicator light of the cabinet in which it is
contained.

fruled -o -B -c 2/4

Turn off the indicator lights of 2 cells located in cabinet 2, slot 4
and cabinet 2, slot 6.

fruled -f -c 2/4 -c 2/6

WARNINGS
The presence of ? in the command output indicates a problem in
address translation. If you see ? (example: "I/O chassis 0/?/3") in
the command output, please contact your Hewlett Packard
representative.

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fruled(1) fruled(1)

AUTHOR
fruled was developed by the Hewlett-Packard Company.

SEE ALSO
parstatus(1), partition(1), frupower(1m), parcreate(1m),
parmodify(1m), parremove(1m), parunlock(1m).



Evert DELOOF-SYS
Belgium
Local time: 05:14
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch, Native in FlemishFlemish
PRO pts in category: 28
Grading comment
Wow, wat een toelichting. Dank je wel.

Groeten,

Linda
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