You can retrieve status information for your model F appliance hardware using the Supermicro SuperDoctor5 (SD5) tool. This tool is available to you if you are working with Secure Web Gateway 12.2 or later releases of the appliance software.
If SD5 is enabled, hardware status information is available under the SNMP protocol.
An overview of the available information is then provided in Management Information Base (MIB) files, which are located in the file system of the monitored appliance. The path to these files is /opt/supermicro/sd5/mibs.
- From a system console, log on to the appliance, using SSH.
Run the following command:
SuperDoctor5 (SD5) is enabled.
You can disable the tool with the sd-disable command.
When running SD5, you cannot use the Remote Management Module (RMM) to retrieve hardware status information at the same time.
Terminating SuperDoctor5 before Running the Remote Management Module
If you enter the rmm-show command to start the Remote Management Module (RMM) while SuperDoctor5 (SD5) is running, you are prompted to terminate SD5 first.
If you select yes after the prompt, SD5 is stopped. RMM commands are then executed. SD5 restarts when execution of the RMM commands is completed. If you select no, SD5 keeps running, RMM commands are not executed, and RMM exits.
Output is returned as shown in the following. After selecting yes, it looks like this:
[root@mwgappl sum]# [root@mwgappl sum]# rmm-show SuperDoctor5 service must be stopped to configure RMM Please confirm that SuperDoctor5 can be stopped temporarily. [yes] yes Redirecting to /bin/systemctl stop sd5.service LAN Channel : rmm (1) IP Address Source : Static Address IP Address : 10.213.231.18 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway IP : 10.213.231.252 Enabled users channel 1 : 2
Selecting no leads to this output:
[root@mwgappl sum]# [root@mwgappl sum]# rmm-show SuperDoctor5 service must be stopped to configure RMM Please confirm that SuperDoctor5 can be stopped temporarily. [yes] no Exiting on user request. [root@mwgappl mibs]#