Luke Poskitt > Cisco-UCS-0.33 > Cisco::UCS::Blade::CPU

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NAME ^

Cisco::UCS::Blade::CPU - Class for operations with a Cisco UCS Blade CPUs.

SYNOPSIS ^

        # Print all blades in all chassis along with a cacti-style listing of the
        # blades current, minimum and maximum power consumption values.

        map { 
                print "Chassis: " . $_->id ."\n";
                map { print "\tCommon::PowerStats: ". $_->id ." - Power consumed -"
                          . " Current:". $_->power_stats->consumed_power 
                          . " Max:". $_->power_stats->consumed_power_max 
                          . " Min:". $_->power_stats->consumed_power_min ."\n" 
                } 
                sort { $a->id <=> $b->id } $_->get_blades
        } 
        sort { 
                $a->id <=> $b->id 
        } $ucs->get_chassiss;

        # Prints something like:
        #
        # Chassis: 1
        #       Blade: 1 - Power consumed - Current:115.656647 Max:120.913757 Min:110.399513
        #       Blade: 2 - Power consumed - Current:131.427994 Max:139.313675 Min:126.170883
        #       Blade: 3 - Power consumed - Current:131.427994 Max:157.713593 Min:126.170883
        #       Blade: 4 - Power consumed - Current:0.000000 Max:0.000000 Min:0.000000
        #       Blade: 5 - Power consumed - Current:0.000000 Max:0.000000 Min:0.000000
        #       Blade: 6 - Power consumed - Current:0.000000 Max:0.000000 Min:0.000000
        #       Blade: 7 - Power consumed - Current:0.000000 Max:0.000000 Min:0.000000
        #       Blade: 8 - Power consumed - Current:0.000000 Max:0.000000 Min:0.000000
        # Chassis: 2
        #       Blade: 1 - Power consumed - Current:131.427994 Max:136.685120 Min:128.799438
        #       Blade: 2 - Power consumed - Current:126.170883 Max:131.427994 Min:123.542320
        #       Blade: 3 - Power consumed - Current:134.056564 Max:155.085037 Min:131.427994
        # ...etc.

DECRIPTION ^

Cisco::UCS::Blade::CPU is a class providing operations with a Cisco UCS Blade CPU.

Note that you are not supposed to call the constructor yourself, rather a Cisco::UCS::Blade::CPU object is created automatically by method calls on a Cisco::UCS::Blade object.

METHODS ^

arch

Returns the CPU architecture.

cores

Returns the number of CPU cores.

cores_enabled

Returns the number of CPU cores enabled.

env_stats

Returns the environmental status and statistics of the CPU as a Cisco::UCS::Common::EnvironmentalStats object.

dn

Returns the distinguished name of the CPU in the UCS information management heirarchy.

id

Returns the integer ID of the CPU.

model

Returns the CPU model.

operability

Returns the CPU operability state.

operational_reason

Returns the CPU operational reason.

operational_state

Returns the CPU operational state.

perf

Returns the CPU performance state.

power

Returns the CPU power state.

presence

Returns the CPU presence state.

revision

Returns the CPU revision level.

serial

Returns the CPU serial number.

socket

Returns the CPU socket.

speed

Returns the CPU speed.

stepping

Returns the CPU stepping.

thermal

Returns the CPU thermal state.

threads

Returns number of the CPU threads.

vendor

Returns the CPU vendor string.

visibility

Returns the CPUs visibility.

voltage

Returns the CPUs voltage.

AUTHOR ^

Luke Poskitt, <ltp at cpan.org>

BUGS ^

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-cisco-ucs-blade-cpu at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Cisco-UCS-Blade-CPU. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

SUPPORT ^

You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

    perldoc Cisco::UCS::Blade::CPU

You can also look for information at:

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ^

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright 2013 Luke Poskitt.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.

See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.

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