1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 17, 2013 2:33 PM by rcavey

    Cli32/64 command is not working.

    matthewdemaske

      Greetings,

       

      I am trying to troubleshoot a receiver that is constantly beeping, but I cannot access the cli options when I SSH into the receiver,

       

      It keeps telling me to check to see if the arcmsr/sg drivers are installed properly.

       

      I think this problem arose after updating to 9.1.3

       

       

      -Matt

        • 1. Re: Cli32/64 command is not working.
          rcavey

          Matt,

           

          You proably already resolved this but for the sake of sharing ... You might have a receiver that has a 3ware card versus Areca.

           

          Try using  "tw_cli" to get your raid status and more for 3ware based cards.  I needed the serial recently

           

          Example run:

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

           

          ## Show the controller ##

          # tw_cli show

           

          Ctl   Model        (V)Ports  Drives   Units   NotOpt  RRate   VRate  BBU
          ------------------------------------------------------------------------
          c2    9750-4i      2         2        1       1       1       1      -

           

          ## Get status ##

          # tw_cli info c2

           

          Unit  UnitType  Status         %RCmpl  %V/I/M  Stripe  Size(GB)  Cache  AVrfy
          ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          u0    RAID-1    OK       -       -       -       465.651   RiW    ON

           

          VPort Status         Unit Size      Type  Phy Encl-Slot    Model
          ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          p0    OK             u0   465.76 GB SATA  0   -            Sxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
          p1    OK             u0   465.76 GB SATA  1   -            Sxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

           

          ## Get drive status

          #  tw_cli info c2 p1

           

          ## Get drive serial number ##

          #  tw_cli info c2 p1 serial