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SESUTIL(8)              FreeBSD System Manager's Manual             SESUTIL(8)

NAME
     sesutil - Utility for managing SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) device

SYNOPSIS
     sesutil fault [-u /dev/sesN] <disk | sesid | all> [on | off]
     sesutil locate [-u /dev/sesN] <disk | sesid | all> [on | off]
     sesutil map [-u /dev/sesN]
     sesutil status [-u /dev/sesN]

DESCRIPTION
     The sesutil utility can be used to query and modify various parameter of
     SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) devices.

     List of supported commands:

     fault [-u /dev/sesN] <disk | all> [on | off]
             Change the state of the external fault LED associated with disk.
             disk can be the device name of the disk, like da12, or `all'.  to
             indicate all disks attached to SES controllers.

     fault -u /dev/sesN sesid [on | off]
             Change the state of the external fault LED associated with an
             element connected to the SES controller.  sesid must be the
             element ID of a valid item attached to the controller.  Use the
             map command to list the elements attached to a controller.

     locate [-u /dev/sesN] <disk | all> [on | off]
             Change the state of the external locate LED associated with disk.
             disk can be the device name of the disk, like da12, or `all'.  to
             indicate all disks attached to SES controllers.

     locate -u /dev/sesN sesid [on | off]
             Change the state of the external locate LED associated with an
             element connected to the SES controller.  sesid must be the
             element ID of a valid item attached to the controller.  Use the
             map command to list the elements attached to a controller.

     map [-u /dev/sesN]
             Display a map of all elements connected to the specified ses(4)
             controller.  If no controller is specified, all controllers are
             mapped.

     status [-u /dev/sesN]
             Display the status of the specified ses(4) controller.  If no
             controller is specified, the status of each controller is
             returned.

EXAMPLES
     Turn off all locate LEDs:

           sesutil locate all off

     Turn on the locate LED for the drive bay corresponding to da15:

           sesutil locate da15 on

     Turn on the fault LED for a drive bay not associated with a device:

           sesutil fault -u /dev/ses2 7 on

SEE ALSO
     ses(4)

HISTORY
     The sesutil utility first appeared in FreeBSD 11.0.

AUTHORS
     The sesutil utility was written by Baptiste Daroussin <bapt@FreeBSD.org>
     and Allan Jude <allanjude@FreeBSD.org>.

FreeBSD 11.0-PRERELEASE        September 6, 2015       FreeBSD 11.0-PRERELEASE

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