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  • File UCS_FaultReport.ps1 — part of check-in [1abd3bdb7a] at 2018-06-10 13:33:02 on branch trunk — Basic Cisco UCS fault report (user: monahancj size: 4021)

# encoding: ascii
# api: powershell
# title: UCS_FaultReport.ps1
# description: Basic Cisco UCS fault report
# version: 0.1
# type: function
# author: monahancj
# license: CC0
# function: Get-Now
# x-poshcode-id: 3923
# x-archived: 2016-03-03T19:27:44
# x-published: 2013-01-30T14:12:00
#
#
<#
.Synopsis
    Connects to multiple UCS environments listed in a text file and generates a basic fault report for each one, then sends one email with the results.  In the report are unacknowledged faults, hardware locator LEDs that are on, and if you are short on port licenses it will show that.  Variables and paths will have to be changed to match your environment.
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#>

param($CredentialFile=$null)

if ($CredentialFile -eq $null) { Write-Host "Missing the path to the credential file." -BackgroundColor DarkYellow -ForegroundColor DarkRed; break }


#-----------------------------
# Prep
#-----------------------------
function Get-Now { (get-date -uformat %Y%m%d) + "_" + (get-date -uformat %H%M%S) }
if ((Get-Module -Name CiscoUcsPS) -eq $null) { Import-Module -Name C:\Ops\Modules\CiscoUCSPowerTool\CiscoUcsPS.psd1 }

#Static parameters
Set-Variable -Name ScriptDir   -Value "C:\Scripts" -Scope Local
Set-Variable -Name ReportPath  -Value "C:\Scripts\Reports\UCS_Fault_Reports" -Scope Local
Set-Variable -Name ReportFile  -Value "$($ReportPath)\UCS_Fault_Report_$(Get-Now).html" -Scope Local
Write-Verbose "`nStatic parameters`n-----------------`nScriptDir = $($ScriptDir)`nReportFile = $($ReportFile)`n"
$mailTo = "alertsdistgroup@yourcompany.com"
$mailFrom = "UCS_Fault_Reports@yourcompany.com"
$mailSMTP = "smtp.yourcompany.com"

If ( !(Test-Path $ReportPath) ) { mkdir $ReportPath }
. $ScriptDir\Hals_PSCredentials.ps1
# Setup credentials as described in http://batchlife.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/powershell-script-to-backup-a-cisco-ucs-fabric-interconnect-using-the-cisco-powertool-cmdlets/

$UcsCred = Import-PsCredential -Path $CredentialFile


#-----------------------------
# Start doing the real work.
#-----------------------------

Disconnect-Ucs 2>$null # Connect-Ucs will fail if you're already connected to a UCS

"<pre>" | Out-File -FilePath $ReportFile -Width 400
Get-Date | Out-File -FilePath $ReportFile -Append -Width 400

Get-Content C:\Scripts\Repo\StaticInfo\UCSs.txt | ForEach-Object { 
	Write-Output "=========================================================================================================="
	Connect-Ucs -Name $_ -Credential $UcsCred | select name,version,username,virtualipv4address | ft -a
	if ($DefaultUcs -eq $null) {
		$mailBody = @()
    	$mailBody += "$(Get-Now) - Error connecting to UCS`n`n"
    	$mailBody += $_
    	Send-MailMessage  -From $mailFrom -To $mailTo -Subject "Backup-mUcs Error-- Failed connecting to $($Ucs)" -Body ($mailBody | Out-String) -SmtpServer $mailSMTP
	}
	else {
		Get-UcsFault | Where-Object { ($_.Severity -ne 'cleared') -and ($_.Ack -ne 'yes') } | sort lasttransition -Descending | select lasttransition,severity,status,type,dn,descr | ft -a
		Get-UcsLocatorLed | ? { $_.operstate -eq 'on' } | sort dn | select dn,adminstate,color,operstate,id | ft -a
		If (Get-UcsFault | Where-Object { ($_.Severity -ne 'cleared') -and ($_.Dn -match 'F0676') } ) { 
			"`n------ Port Licenses Needed ----------------------------------------------------------------------------"
			Get-UcsLicense | Select-Object Ucs,Scope,Feature,Sku,AbsQuant,DefQuant,UsedQuant,@{n="RemQuant";e={$_.AbsQuant-$_.UsedQuant}},Status,PeerStatus,OperState,GracePeriodUsed | ft -a
			Get-UcsLicenseServerHostId | select ucs,rn,hostid | ft -a
		}
		Disconnect-Ucs 
	}
} | Out-File -FilePath $ReportFile -Append -Width 400

"</pre>" | Out-File -FilePath $ReportFile -Append -Width 400

$body = Get-Content $ReportFile

Send-MailMessage  -From $mailFrom -To $mailTo -Subject "UCS Fault Report $(Get-Date)" -Body ($body | Out-String) -BodyAsHTML -SmtpServer $mailSMTP