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Troubleshooting the storage system by using the RLM

When you encounter a problem with the storage system, you can use the RLM to display information about the problem, create a core dump, and reboot the system, even if the system's firmware is corrupted.

The following table describes the RLM commands that you can use to troubleshoot a system:

If this condition occurs... And you want to... Enter this command at the RLM CLI prompt...
You receive an AutoSupport message indicating an event such as a panic or hardware component failure. Display what has occurred at the storage system console. system log
Display all events. events all
Display a specific number of recent events. events newest  number
Search for specific events in the SEL. events search  string
The system is not responding properly. Access the system console from the RLM. system console
Create a core dump and reboot the system. system core
Power-cycle the system. system power cycle
The system firmware is corrupted. Boot the system by using a backup copy of the system firmware. system reset backup