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Is there better information on what those properties mean?

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Subject: RE: Is there better information on what those properties mean?
Replied by: Pramod Borkar on 31-08-2011 04:00:35 PM
Hi Serg

Try XML API Detaied docs http://developer.cisco.com/c/document_library/get_file?groupId=2048839&folderId=2049143&name=DLFE-26666.pdf to see if you get more information in there. But usually the keywords are self explanatory to some extent. Please unicast me if you want to get any specific info

Thanks,
Pramod

Subject: RE: Is there better information on what those properties mean?
Replied by: Pramod Borkar on 31-08-2011 04:01:07 PM
<a> http://developer.cisco.com/c/document_library/get_file?groupId=2048839&folderId=2049143&name=DLFE-26666.pdf </a>
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Created by: SERHIY SALO on 31-08-2011 03:40:57 PM
there is Cisco UCS Powershell Library help file with description of all properties. But it doesn't provide information on what these properties mean. For example I queried for chassis and received back chassis info. There are a lot of properties:
 
PS C:\> Get-Chassis
 
UCSName                       : <name>
SessionID                     : web_20034_A
Chassis                       : 1
Items                         : 
Text                          : 
ackProgressIndicator          : acknotinprogress
ackProgressIndicatorSpecified : True
adminState                    : acknowledged
adminStateSpecified           : True
configState                   : ok
configStateSpecified          : True
connPath                      : A
connStatus                    : A
fabricEpDn                    : fabric/server/chassis-1
fltAggr                       : 2
fltAggrSpecified              : True
fsmDescr                      : 
fsmPrev                       : DynamicReallocationSuccess
fsmPrevSpecified              : True
fsmProgr                      : 100
fsmRmtInvErrCode              : none
fsmRmtInvErrDescr             : 
fsmRmtInvRslt                 : 
fsmStageDescr                 : 
fsmStamp                      : 2011-08-16T03:26:56.993
fsmStatus                     : nop
fsmStatusSpecified            : True
fsmTry                        : 0
 
but I can't find clear explanation for each of them. For example, what "fsmTry" means?
 
Does anybody know good docs for each of these properties?
 
Thanks,
Serg
 

Subject: RE: Is there better information on what those properties mean?
Replied by: SERHIY SALO on 02-09-2011 07:52:00 PM
thanks. will shoot you email if need more info
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