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hpiel(1)							      OpenHPI								  hpiel(1)

NAME
hpiel - An openhpi sample application that displays HPI event log entries. SYNOPSIS
hpiel [-D nn] [-N host[:port]] [-C <cfgfile>] [-d] [-e entitypath] [-c -p -r -X -h ] hpiel [--Domain=nn] [--host=host[:port]] [--cfgfile=file] [--del] [--entitypath="entitypath"] [--clear --resource --rdr --xml --debug --help] DESCRIPTION
hpiel searches the RPT (Resource Present Table) for resources with SAHPI_CAPABILITY_EVENT_LOG and displays event log entries for resources found. If no domain is selected, hpiel uses a session with the default domain. The selected domain id must be configured via the openhpidclient.conf file specified in the environment. OPTIONS
Help Options: -h, --help Show help options Application Options: -d, --del Display domain event log entries -c, --clear Clear log before reading event log entries -p, --resource Pull resource info along with log entry -r, --rdr Pull RDR info along with log entry -E "epath", --entity-path="epath" Use entity path epath and display resource -D nn, --domain=nn Select domain id nn -X, --debug Display debug messages -N "host[:port]", --host="host[:port]" Open session to the domain served by the daemon at the specified URL (host:port). This option overrides the OPENHPI_DAEMON_HOST and OPENHPI_DAEMON_PORT environment variables. If host contains ':' (for example IPv6 address) then enclose it in square brackets. For example: "[::1]" or "[::1]:4743". -C "file", --cfgfile="file" Use passed file as client configuration file. This option overrides the OPENHPICLIENT_CONf environment variable. If neither -d or -E "epath" are specified, event log entries will be shown for all supporting resources by default. HPI APIs uniquely used in this application SaErrorT SAHPI_API saHpiEventLogInfoGet ( SAHPI_IN SaHpiSessionIdT SessionId, SAHPI_IN SaHpiResourceIdT ResourceId, SAHPI_OUT SaHpiEventLogInfoT *Info ); SaErrorT SAHPI_API saHpiEventLogEntryGet ( SAHPI_IN SaHpiSessionIdT SessionId, SAHPI_IN SaHpiResourceIdT ResourceId, SAHPI_IN SaHpiEventLogEntryIdT EntryId, SAHPI_OUT SaHpiEventLogEntryIdT *PrevEntryId, SAHPI_OUT SaHpiEventLogEntryIdT *NextEntryId, SAHPI_OUT SaHpiEventLogEntryT *EventLogEntry, SAHPI_INOUT SaHpiRdrT *Rdr, SAHPI_INOUT SaHpiRptEntryT *RptEntry ); SaErrorT SAHPI_API saHpiEventLogClear ( SAHPI_IN SaHpiSessionIdT SessionId, SAHPI_IN SaHpiResourceIdT ResourceId ); SEE ALSO
hpi_shell hpialarms hpigensimdata hpireset hpitop hpidomain hpiinv hpisensor hpitree hpievents hpionIBMblade hpisettime hpiwdt hpifan hpipower hpithres hpixml ohdomainlist ohhandler ohparam AUTHORS
Authors of this man page: Peter D Phan (pdphan@users.sourceforge.net) Ulrich Kleber (ulikleber@users.sourceforge.net) Anton Pak (avpak@users.sourceforge.net) 3.2.1 2011-09-20 hpiel(1)

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hpipower(1)							      OpenHPI							       hpipower(1)

NAME
hpipower - This sample openhpi application exercises HPI Power Management APIs. SYNOPSIS
hpipower [ -D nn ] [-N host[:port]] [-C <cfgfile>] [ -d -p -r -u -X -h] [ -b n ] hpipower [--domain=nn] [--host=host[:port]] [--cfgfile=file] [--power-down --power-up --reset --unattended --debug --help] [--blade=n ] DESCRIPTION
hpipower searches the Resource Presence Table (RPT) for resources with Power Capability. It sends the requested power action to the selected target. If no domain or host is selected, hpipower uses the default domain as specified in the openhpiclient.conf file. OPTIONS
Help Options: -h, --help Show help options Application Options: -d, --power-down Power down target object -p, --power-up Power on target object -r, --reset Reset target object -u, --unattended Unattended -b n, --blade=n Specify blade n (1...n) -D nn, --domain=nn Select domain id nn -X, --debug Display debug messages -N "host[:port]", --host="host[:port]" Open session to the domain served by the daemon at the specified URL (host:port). This option overrides the OPENHPI_DAEMON_HOST and OPENHPI_DAEMON_PORT environment variables. If host contains ':' (for example IPv6 address) then enclose it in square brackets. For example: "[::1]" or "[::1]:4743". -C "file", --cfgfile="file" Use passed file as client configuration file. This option overrides the OPENHPICLIENT_CONf environment variable. SEE ALSO
hpi_shell hpialarms hpifan hpireset hpitop hpidomain hpigensimdata hpisensor hpitree hpiel hpiiinv hpisettime hpiwdt hpievents hpionIBMblade hpithres hpixml ohdomainlist ohhandler ohparam AUTHORS
Authors of this man page: Peter D Phan (pdphan@users.sourceforge.net) Ulrich Kleber (ulikleber@users.sourceforge.net) Anton Pak (avpak@users.sourceforge.net) 3.2.1 2011-09-20 hpipower(1)
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