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MOSHELL Command

lpr sitename
lpr utrancell=CNU1378A UtranRelation
lpr utrancell=CNU1378A GsmRelation
lget UtranCell=CNU0820A UtranRelation frequencyRelationType 0
lget UtranCell=CNU0820A UtranRelation frequencyRelationType 1
lpr UtranCell=CNU0820Z GsmRelation
get utranrelation=CNU3977 loads
get utranrelation=CNU3977 qOffset2sn
pr externalutrancell
get externalutrancell cid
get iurlink rncid
alt
get cell=xxxx maximumTransmissionPower
lst .xxxx
lgocm -m 2d | egrep -i vauxxxx
lgo -s 20120105 | grep -i "WVU4031"
get utrancell=CNU3977 adm
get utrancell=CNU3977 minpwrrl
get utrancell=CNU3977 minpwrmax
get utrancell=CNU3977 cpich
get utrancell=CNU3977 usedFreqThresh2dRscp
get utrancell=CNU3977 usedFreqThresh2decno
get utrancell=CNU2603 srats
get utrancell=CNU2603 sint
get utrancell=CNU2603 qrxlevmin
get utrancell=CNU2603 qqualmin
get utrancell=CNU2603 maximumTransmissionPower
get utrancell=CNU2603 adminis
get utrancell=CNU2603 cellreserve
get utrancell=CNU2603 operationalstate
pmr -r 20 | grep -i sitename
get utrancell=CNU2603 hoType
pmxh utrancell=CNU2603 pmNosysRelSpeech|pmnoofterm -m 2 s -a
pmr -m 2 -r 9 |grep CNU6393
pmr -m 2 -r 8 |grep CNU6393
lh all te log read|grep -i "UEH_*"| grep -i "yourcellId"
lh mod ter | egrep -i '(cellid = 40844)'
pmx cell=xxxx pmTotNoRrcC|pmNoSystemRabRe|pmNoRabEstablish|pmNoNormalRabRel|pmNoFailedAfterAdm -m 1
pmx utrancell=xxxx pmCellDowntime -m 4
pmom . pmCellDowntimeAuto
pmxh cell=(OTT004|OTT005|TOR020) pmNoSystemRabReleaseSpeech|pmNoSysRel
pmxh cell=OTT004 pmNoSystemRabReleaseSpeech|pmNoSysRel
pmxh cell=OTT004A pmNoSystemRabReleaseSpeech|pmNoSysRel
RNC Level Neighbor Commands
RNC Level Site Parameters/Statistics
pmx CLU5616X pmnosystemrabreleasespeech|pmnotimescellfailaddtoactset|pmtotnorrcconnectreq|pmtotnorrcconnectreqsuccess -m 3
lst VAUxxxx
hget utrancell=VAU2317 eulServingCellUsersAdmTti2
mom utrancell eul
h mom
pget t1
lget AtmPort=ES5-2-1,VplTp=vp3,VpcTp=1 traff
alt
ala
lgar -s 20110220
lge -s 20110220
lgsavemo -s 20110701
lgo -s 20110220
pmr (then Option 1)
pmr (then Option 6)
st plug
get xxx
st t1
pget t1
pmx . pmes -m 24 -aal
pmx . pmuas -m 24 -aal
st ima
st rax
get radio no
get RbsLocalCell maxDlPowerCapability
get . Maxdl
get cable atten
lh ru fui get vswr
get . userplane
lh ru fui get devstat
get .tma
get . tma
get . internalpower
cabx
lhsh 001200/port_x_dev_y fui get devstat
lpr SectorAntenna=x,AuxPlugInUnit=x
lh asc asc vswr
bp
bp xxx
RBS Level Parameters/Statistics
get antennabranch supervision
get cell maxDlPowerCapability
get . license
get nodebfunction ava
cab
get 0
cvls
get antennabranch antennaSupervisionThreshold
lget rax reservedby
RSSI
get . atten
get . ulatten
get nodebfunction available
get . maxnumadch
get . dlatten
get . ulgain
get RfCable=FU1_._RX_B1 ulattenuation
get ant super
lget txdevice resources
stv
bo
lhsh 000800 llog
lhsh 001000 llog
ter | grep -i error
ter | grep -i Fault
ter | grep -i Failure
lhsh 000800 ter | egrep -i fail
lhsh 000800 ter | egrep -i error
or to see errors on whole RBS
lh all ter | egrep -i error
lhsh 000800 ter | egrep -i fail
or combine egrep -i '(error|fail)'
get tma curr
get . Fqband
get . Currentsuper
get cable delay
get . Currentlo
get . Currenthi
Description
All neighbor relations (GSM; Utrancell, femto, and if it's 850 or 1900, etc) for a whole site
All utrancell relations for a cell
All GSM relations for a cell
intra_freq neighbor list
inter_freq neighbor list
GSM neighbor list
Loadsharing Candidates
qOffset2sn setting between neighbors
to get the external utran cell
to get the external utran cell plus cell id of the external utrancell
to print the Iur link between two RNcs
Current Alarms
xxxx = RBS
xxxx = RBS shows status of channels
Change log history with login that did it w/ date range
Change log history w/ date range
Admission Parameters
minPwrRl
minPwrMax
primaryCpichPower
usedFreqThresh2dRscp
usedFreqThresh2decno
sRatSearch
sIntersearch & sIntrasearch
qRxLevMin
qQualMin
maximumtransmissionPower (compare to site level maxDlPowerCapability)
Administrative State
Cellreserved State
Operational State
RSSI Levels
Handover Type
Number of releases in last hour
Current Accessibility & Retainability Rates
RRC Connection Success/Fail Rates
UEH Exceptions
UEH Exceptions
Cell carrying traffic
*shows downtime for last 4 hours
Site level - ROP stats
Cell - Sector level
RNC Level Neighbor Commands
RNC Level Site Parameters/Statistics
pmx CLU5616X pmnosystemrabreleasespeech|pmnotimescellfailaddtoactset|pmtotnorrcconnectreq|pmtotnorrcconnectreqsuccess -m 3
Channels status
Shows the EUL parm settings
Shows all commands related to EUL
Read the description of commands
Check T1 errors
RNc to check AAL2
Current Alarms
Current Alarms with details
Log of alarms since Feb 20, 2011
Log of events since Feb 20, 2011
Log of events since Feb 20, 2011
Log of changes since Feb 20, 2011 (Note: only gives what the current setting is, not the prior setting)
RSSI Levels
HS Throughput
Status of all plug in units
xxx = plug in unit proxy number
Current State of T1s (Locked/Enabled)
Current T1s Issues (Es, Ses, Uas)
15 minute T1 errored seconds data over last 24 hours
15 minute T1 Unavailable seconds data over last 24 hours
State of IMA links
State of RAX Boards
Number of current active radio links
maxDlPowerCapability (compare to maxtransmissionpower)
maxDlPowerCapability
Cable Attenuation
Get VSWR
IP or ATM backhaul
Get currrent on TMAs
shows TMA settings broke out per sector
shows TMA settings only if on/off (no parms listed)
Shows each sector and if TMA internal power is on
Gets port info and shows what is in cabinet
Connects to specific port - Used to see config stats of a specific port. Ex: TMA current and status
Sector antenna, Auxplugin unit "x' comes from st plug command list can use plugin values too
Loads board groups
Lists out all board goups
xxx = board group name - Dispalys details of each board group
RBS Level Parameters/Statistics
Value of 0 implies no Antenna Supervision.
Shows max DL power capability
*shows the licensed capacity for Channel Elements in the Uplink
shows the available Channel Elements in the Uplink based on the available RAX boards
*confirm the RAX boards on the site
*Shows equipment type
prints configuration version on the node
*Shows antennaSupervisionThreshold
Shows which sector is reserving which RAX slots
Shows RSSI at cell level - displays both branches
Shows both UL and DL atten
Shows the UL attenuation values
Shows # of channel elements available
Shows # of A-DCH Reservation
Shows DL attenuation
Shows UL gain value
Shows filter unit ulAtten
Antenna supervision parms for branches
Shows BBPool2, BBPool1 HS/EUL resource allocation (Use with cabx)
check the aal2 config on the RBS
Shows BB Pools and all boards. RUIF=12 and OBIF=13 all after 13 are BBP2, all before 12 are BBP1
Check for RAX board Restart
Check for TX board Restart
CHECK Error on NODEB
CHECK Fault on NODEB
CHECK Failure on NODEB
Fail - fault etcRestart
000800 equates to the bo command slot #
TMA current limits
freq band hi and low edge
shows low current supervision
Shows electrical delay values
Shows current low limt
Shows current hi limt
Notes
You can use the UEH exceptions caught with this command line in the RNC: Then you can check the exception code
reported and go to Primus for further details.
CID and not UTRAN cell name
Note: pmx cmd will still work fine, but the "h" option (eg. "pmxh") is for displaying the counters side-by-side ("h" as
in "horizontal"
Note: pmx cmd will still work fine, but the "h" option (eg. "pmxh") is for displaying the counters side-by-side ("h" as
in "horizontal"


Dispalys more info on the particular plug in unit
*shows associated equipment with the ASC
ulAttenuation should be set to 2dB for a cross connect with cable length = 35f...
Ret Counters:
pmx VAU1182 pmNoSystemRabReleaseSpeech -m 2 -a
pmx VAU1182 pmnosysRelSpeechNeighbr -m 4 -a
pmx VAU1182 pmnosysRelSpeechSoho -m 4 -a
pmx VAU1182 pmnosysRelSpeechULSynch -m 4 -a
pmx VAU1182 pmnoOfTermSpeechCong -m 4 -a
pmxh VAU11598 pmnosysRelSpeechNeighbr|pmnosysRelSpeechSoho|pmnosysRelSpeechULSynch|pmnoOfTermSpeechCong|pmNoSystemRabReleaseSpeech -m 2 -a
Picking up Traffic?:
pmxh VAU4709 pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 4
pmx cell=xxxx pmTotNoRrcC|pmNoSystemRabRe|pmNoRabEstablish|pmNoNormalRabRel|pmNoFailedAfterAdm -m 1
Acc Counters:
pmx VAU47097 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 0.25
pmxh VAU0520 pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 4
pmx WVU4077 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlHwBest|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackUlHwBest -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmNoSysRelSpeechSoHo|pmNoSysRelSpeechNeighbr -m 0.25
pmxh WVU3923|WVU3924|WVU3925|WVU3926|WVU3938|WVU3939|WVU3940|WVU3941|WVU3942|WVU3943 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlHwBest|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackUlHwBest -m 1
pmx WVU40773 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40773 pmRefusedRequests -m 0.25
pmx WVU40773 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40758 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockNodeCs|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConn|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqCsHw|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40773 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockNodeCs|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConn|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqCsHw|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4792 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs -m 4
pmxh WVU40632 pmNoDirRetrySuccess|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053 pmNoDirRetrySuccess|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech -s 20110506.0000 -a
pmxh WVU4077 pmNoDirRetrySuccess|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech -s 20110420.1900 -e 20110420.2000 -a
pmxh WVU40632 pmSumOfTimesMeasOlDl|pmTotalTimeDlCellCong -m 0.25
-s 20110427.1900 -e 20110428.2000 -a
pmxh WVU4063 pmNoSysRelSpeechSoHo|pmNoSysRelSpeechNeighbr -m 0.25
pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs
HO Counters:
pmxh VAU11828 pmAttNonBlindInterFreqHoCsSpeech12|pmFailNonBlindInterFreqHoFailRevertCsSpeech12 -m 4 -a
pmxh VAU11837 pmAttNonBlindInterFreqHoCsSpeech12|pmFailNonBlindInterFreqHoFailRevertCsSpeech12 -m 4 | grep UtranCell=VAU1182
pmxh VAU11828 pmAttNoSuccessOutIratHoSpeech|pmNoAttOutIratHoSpeech -m 4 -a
pmxh VAU1182 pmNoSysRelSpeechNeighbr|pmNoSysRelSpeechSoHo -m 4 -a
pmxh VAU1182 pmNoTimesCellFailAddToActSet|pmNoTimesRlAddToActSet -m 4 -a
pmxh VAU1182 pmRlAddAttemptsBestCellSpeech|pmRlAddSuccessBestCellSpeech -m 4 -a
pmx -m 0.25 vau3302 pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqPsHw|pmTotNoRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSms|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSubTr|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSuccess|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqSucc
pmxh VAU11598 pmnosysRelSpeechNeighbr|pmnosysRelSpeechSoho|pmnosysRelSpeechULSynch|pmnoOfTermSpeechCong|pmNoSystemRabReleaseSpeech -m 2 -a
pmx cell=xxxx pmTotNoRrcC|pmNoSystemRabRe|pmNoRabEstablish|pmNoNormalRabRel|pmNoFailedAfterAdm -m 1
pmx VAU47097 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 0.25
pmx WVU4077 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlHwBest|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackUlHwBest -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmNoSysRelSpeechSoHo|pmNoSysRelSpeechNeighbr -m 0.25
pmxh WVU3923|WVU3924|WVU3925|WVU3926|WVU3938|WVU3939|WVU3940|WVU3941|WVU3942|WVU3943 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlHwBest|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackUlHwBest -m 1
pmx WVU40773 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40773 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40758 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockNodeCs|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConn|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqCsHw|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40773 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockNodeCs|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConn|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqCsHw|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4792 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs -m 4
pmxh WVU40632 pmNoDirRetrySuccess|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053 pmNoDirRetrySuccess|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech -s 20110506.0000 -a
pmxh WVU4077 pmNoDirRetrySuccess|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech -s 20110420.1900 -e 20110420.2000 -a
pmxh VAU11828 pmAttNonBlindInterFreqHoCsSpeech12|pmFailNonBlindInterFreqHoFailRevertCsSpeech12 -m 4 -a
pmxh VAU11837 pmAttNonBlindInterFreqHoCsSpeech12|pmFailNonBlindInterFreqHoFailRevertCsSpeech12 -m 4 | grep UtranCell=VAU1182
pmx -m 0.25 vau3302 pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqPsHw|pmTotNoRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSms|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSubTr|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSuccess|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqSucc
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmNoRabEstablishAttemptSpeech|pmNoRabEstablishSuccessSpeech -m 0.25
pmxh WVU4053|WVU4057|WVU4063|WVU4072|WVU4075|WVU4077|WVU4301 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlHwBest|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackUlHwBest -m 0.25
pmxh WVU3923|WVU3924|WVU3925|WVU3926|WVU3938|WVU3939|WVU3940|WVU3941|WVU3942|WVU3943 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlHwBest|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackUlHwBest -m 1
pmx WVU40773 pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlChnlCode|pmNoFailedRabEstAttemptLackDlPwr|pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40758 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockNodeCs|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConn|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqCsHw|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40773 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockNodeCs|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConn|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqCsHw|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx -m 0.25 vau3302 pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqPsHw|pmTotNoRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSms|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSubTr|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSuccess|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqSucc
pmx WVU40758 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockNodeCs|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConn|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqCsHw|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx WVU40773 pmNoRrcReqDeniedAdm|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockTnCs|pmNoRrcConnReqBlockNodeCs|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConn|pmNoLoadSharingRrcConnCs|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqCsHw|pmNoRejRrcConnMpLoadC|pmTotNoUtranRejRrcConnReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc -m 0.25
pmx -m 0.25 vau3302 pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqPsHw|pmTotNoRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSms|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSubTr|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSuccess|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqSucc
pmx -m 0.25 vau3302 pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqPsHw|pmTotNoRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSms|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSubTr|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSuccess|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqSucc
pmx -m 0.25 vau3302 pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqHw|pmNoFailedRrcConnectReqPsHw|pmTotNoRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSms|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSubTr|pmTotNoRrcConnectReqSuccess|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReq|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqCsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPs|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqPsSucc|pmTotNoTermRrcConnectReqSucc
REV01_AMOS_LAZY_GUIDE
AMOS MAIN
######## FOR MORE DETAIL
http://utran01.au.ao.ericsson.se/moshell/training/
USEFULL COMMANDS
######## FUNCTION KEYS
Ctrl-a or <home> -> go to beginning of the line
Ctrl-e or <end> -> go to end of the line
Ctrl-u
Ctrl-k
Alt-f
Alt-b
Ctrl-z --THAN-- touch /tmp/1759 --THAN-- fg -> suspend and start sessin again
######## SORTING TO MO LIST
MTW01R2> pr uerc= -> Print UERC proxies
MTW01R2> hget uerc= userlabel -> Print UERC User Labels
######## ACTIVATE ALPHABETICAL SORTING
STP49> s+
-Return to default behaviour:
STP49> s-
######## SOME ALLIAS
MTW02R1> alias
err : te log read |grep ERROR:
ll : llog
llc : llog -c
lll : llog -l
ombat : run /opt/ericsson/amos/moshell/commonjars/scripts/ombat/ombat.mos
teall : te e check error enter return info trace1 trace2 trace3 trace4 trace5 trace6 trace7 trace8 trace9 state_change bus_send bus_receive rec_sig send_sig param interface object user1 user2 user3 user4
tec : te log clear
ter : te log read
######## DIFFERENCE BETWEEN get AND hget
MTW01R2> get ll=ornek11 primaryScramblingCode|bchPower
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MO Attribute Value
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UtranCell=ORNEK11 bchPower -31
UtranCell=ORNEK11 primaryScramblingCode 150
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MTW01R2> hget ll=ornek11 primaryScramblingCode|bchPower
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MO bchPower primaryScramblingCode
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UtranCell=ORNEK11 -31 150
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######## TO SEE ALL OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN SELECTED TIME
MTW01R2> lgor -s 20091110.1200 -e 20091116.1200
######## USEFUL COMMANDS on RNC
MTW01R2> lget utrancell=ORNEK11 utranrelation -> NEIGHBOUR in RNC
MTW01R2> lget utrancell=ORNEK11 gsmrelation -> NEIGHBOUR in RNC
MTW01R2> lget externalutrancell=ORNEK3 -> EXTERNAL CELL CHECK in RNC
MTW01R2> get ORNEK scram -> SCRAMBLING CODE
MTW01R2> get iurlink -> OPERATIONAL STATE CHECK for IUR
MTW01R2> get utrancell=ORNEK oper -> OPERATIONAL STATE CHECK for SITE
MTW01R2> lst ORNEK -> OPERATIONAL STATE CHECK for SITE
MTW01R2> cedr | grep ORNEK -> INSTANT SITE TRAFFIC AND POWER CONSUMPTION
MTW01R2> get utrancell uarfcndl -> DL FREQUENCY CHECK
MTW01R2> get utrancell uarfcnul -> UL FREQUENCY CHECK
MTW01R2> cedh -r iub_ORNEK -> CE Usage
######## COVERAGE OVERLAP
lget utrancell=ORNEK qoffset2sn -> [+/- 9]
lget UtranCell=ORNEK coverageIndicator -> coverageIndicator 1 (OVERLAP)]
######## CID CONTROL on RNC/NODEB
ORNEK> get . localcellid -> Check CID on NODEB
MTW01R2> get ORNEK cid -> Check CID on RNC
######## POWER SETTINGS CONTROL
ORNEK> get . maxDlPowerCapability -> Read-Only parameter can not change
MTWO2R1> get ORNEK maximumTransmissionPower -> Can be Change
Difference between two power setting should be 2dB
ORNEK> get . attenation -> should be define
######## QUICK RSSI on RNC/NODEB
ORNEK> pmr -m 2
MTW01R2> pmr -m 2 -> 15m period last 2h
######## MOBATCH CREATE
mobatch -t 10 -p 15 "sitelist" "cmdlist" "/home/scol/mobatches/outputfilename/"
#NAME?
#NAME?
#NAME?
-"/...../": address for output file
######## MONITOR CODE TREE
MTW01R2> get ORNEK rncmod -> get RNCMODULE
MTW01R2> get ORNEK cid -> get monitored CID
MTW01R2> lh mod12 codetree -cid 20454 -> Monitor
MTW01R2> lh mod12 codetree -cid 20454 -l -> Monitor
MTW01R2> lh mod12 codetree -cid 20454 -fu -> Monitor
MTW01R2> lh mod12 codetree -cid 20454 -l -fu -> Monitor
######## MONITOR POWER CONSUMPTION on ALL SF
MTW01R2> get ORNEK rncmod -> get RNCMODULE
MTW01R2> get ORNEK cid -> get monitored CID
MTW02R1> lh mod12 celldata -cid 20454 -> Monitor
######## USEFUL COMMANDS on RBS
ORNEK> get . power -> to check all power related parameters
ORNEK> get . feature -> to check all feature related parameters
ORNEK> get . license -> to check all license related parameters
ORNEK> get 0 -> to check NodeB type and other
ORNEK> get 10 -> to check nodeSystemClock
ORNEK> get . att -> to check attenation
ORNEK> al -> to check alarms
ORNEK> lga -> to check alarm history
ORNEK> lgo -> to check operational history
ORNEK> st cell -> to check cell status
ORNEK> st aux -> to check AuxPlugInUnit staus
ORNEK> st ret -> to check Retu Device Group
ORNEK> get . noofradio -> to monitor RadioLink on NodeB
ORNEK> get retdevice -> to check RETU status
ORNEK> get asc -> to check RETU staus
ORNEK> get . electricalantenna -> to check e-tilt
ORNEK> get . sectorantenna antennatype -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . cqiAdjustmentOn -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . hsScchMaxCodePower -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . queueSelectAlgorithm -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . eulMaxShoRate -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . featureState16Qam -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . featureStateHsdpaFlexibleScheduler -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . flexibleSchedulerOn -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . supportOf16qam -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . featureStateHsdpaDynamicCodeAllocation -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . dynamicHsPdschCodeAdditionOn -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . eulMaxOwnUuLoad -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . eulNoERgchGroups -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . eulSlidingWindowTime -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . maxEAgchPowerDl -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . maxEAgchPowerDlTti2 -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . maxNumEulUsers -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . maxNumHsdpaUsers -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . maxNumHsPdschCodes -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . maxUserEHichERgchPowerDl -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . maxUserEHichPowerDlTti2 -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . steeredHsAllocation -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . featureStateHsdpaIncrementalRedundancy -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . featureStateEul2msTti -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . hsIncrementalRedundancyOn -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . dlLicFractBbPool2 -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . ulLicFractBbPool2 -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . maxhsrate -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . featureStateGrake -> to check specific NodeB parameter
ORNEK> get . eulMaxAllowedSchRate -> to check specific NodeB parameter
######## OSS PROSSEOR LOAD CHECK
scol@selaps1> ps -ef | grep scol -> check User scol load on OSS
######## GET CV for NODEB
ORNEK> cvms CV_NAME OPERATOR_NAME EXPLANATION -> Take cv
ORNEK> cvls
ORNEK> cvcu
######## MAKE RESTART TO NODEB [only autorized person]
Have to take CV before restart
ORNEK> acc 0 manualrestart -> [chose 2] than [chose 0] than than [chose any]
######## BLOCK/DEBLOCK SITE [only autorized person]
MTW01R2> lst utrancell=ORNEK -> SITE STATUS
MTW01R2> lbl utrancell=ORNEK -> BLOCK TO SITE
MTW01R2> ldeb utrancell=ORNEK -> DEBLOCK TO SITE
MTW01R2> bls utrancell=ORNEK -> SHOUTDOWN TO SITE (All calls move GSM or Other Sites in 10m)
######## SET A PARAMETER
ORNEK> set RbsLocalCell=ACIAK maxNumHsPdschCodes 15 -> CHANGE maxNumHsPdschCodes parameter
ORNEK> lset SectorAntenna=2 AuxPlugInUnit=2 RetuDeviceGroup=1 RetD eviceSet=1 RetDevice=1 electricalAntennaTilt 60 -> Set tilt value to 60
######## BOARD CONFIGURATION
For high capacity sites ( 4 sectors) some sites have following HW configuration:
ORNEK> bo
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00 BoardType SwAllocation
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01 CBU1 Main_CBU
02 ET-MFX RBS_ETMFX
08 RAX RBS_RAXB
09 RAX11 RBS_RAXB
10 TX6HS-06 RBS_TXB
12 RUIF RBS_RUIFB
13 RUIF RBS_RUIFB
14 TX6HS-06 RBS_TXB
16 RAX11 RBS_RAXB
17 RAX RBS_RAXB

ps: ALSO the following parameter are needed to be set in all of these high capacity sites.
NodeBFunction dlLicFractBbPool2 50
NodeBFunction ulLicFractBbPool2 50
######## TEMPORARY SOLUTION FOR RSSI PROBLEMATIC SITES
IF POSSIBLE EUL CHANNELS CAN BE DISABLED FOR HSDPA DEGREDATION
ALSO ON NODEB
ORNEK> set RbsLocalCell EULslidingwindowTime 72000 -> Temporary Solution
ORNEK> set RbsLocalCell EULmaxROTCoverage 550 -> Temporary Solution
######## EMERGENCY LISANS [only autorized person]
ORNEK> acl 6
ORNEK> acc 6 setEmergencyState
Total: 1 MOs attempted 1 MOs actioned (should be)
ORNEK> get 6
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Unix Command Summary
See the Unix tutorial for a leisurely self-paced introduction on how to use the commands listed below. For more documentation on a command consult a good book or use the man pages. For example for more information on grep use the command man grep.
Contents
cat --- for creating and displaying short files
chmod --- change permissions
cd --- change directory
cp --- for copying files
date --- display date
echo --- echo argument
ftp --- connect to a remote machine to download or upload files
grep --- search file
head --- display first part of file
ls --- see what files you have
lpr --- standard print command (see also print )
more --- use to read files
mkdir --- create directory
mv --- for moving and renaming files
ncftp --- especially good for downloading files via anonymous ftp.
print --- custom print command (see also lpr )
pwd --- find out what directory you are in
rm --- remove a file
rmdir --- remove directory
rsh --- remote shell
setenv --- set an environment variable
sort --- sort file
tail --- display last part of file
tar --- create an archive add or extract files
telnet --- log in to another machine
wc --- count characters words lines
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cat
This is one of the most flexible Unix commands. We can use to create view and concatenate files. For our first example we create a three-item English-Spanish dictionary in a file called "dict."
% cat >dict
red rojo
green verde
blue azul
<control-D>
%
<control-D> stands for "hold the control key down then tap 'd'". The symbol > tells the computer that what is typed is to be put into the file dict. To view a file we use cat in a different way:
% cat dict
red rojo
green verde
blue azul
%
If we wish to add text to an existing file we do this:
% cat >>dict
white blanco
black negro
<control-D>
%
Now suppose that we have another file tmp that looks like this:
% cat tmp
cat gato
dog perro
%
Then we can join dict and tmp like this:
% cat dict tmp >dict2
We could check the number of lines in the new file like this:
% wc -l dict2
8
The command wc counts things --- the number of characters words and line in a file.
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chmod
This command is used to change the permissions of a file or directory. For example to make a file essay.001 readable by everyone we do this:
% chmod a+r essay.001
To make a file e.g. a shell script mycommand executable we do this
% chmod +x mycommand
Now we can run mycommand as a command.
To check the permissions of a file use ls -l . For more information on chmod use man chmod.
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cd
Use cd to change directory. Use pwd to see what directory you are in.
% cd english
% pwd
% /u/ma/jeremy/english
% ls
novel poems
% cd novel
% pwd
% /u/ma/jeremy/english/novel
% ls
ch1 ch2 ch3 journal scrapbook
% cd ..
% pwd
% /u/ma/jeremy/english
% cd poems
% cd
% /u/ma/jeremy
Jeremy began in his home directory then went to his english subdirectory. He listed this directory using ls found that it contained two entries both of which happen to be diretories. He cd'd to the diretory novel and found that he had gotten only as far as chapter 3 in his writing. Then he used cd .. to jump back one level. If had wanted to jump back one level then go to poems he could have said cd ../poems. Finally he used cd with no argument to jump back to his home directory.
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cp
Use cp to copy files or directories.
% cp foo foo.2
This makes a copy of the file foo.
% cp ~/poems/jabber .
This copies the file jabber in the directory poems to the current directory. The symbol "." stands for the current directory. The symbol "~" stands for the home directory.
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date
Use this command to check the date and time.
% date
Fri Jan 6 08:52:42 MST 1995
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echo
The echo command echoes its arguments. Here are some examples:
% echo this
this
% echo $EDITOR
/usr/local/bin/emacs
% echo $PRINTER
b129lab1
Things like PRINTER are so-called environment variables. This one stores the name of the default printer --- the one that print jobs will go to unless you take some action to change things. The dollar sign before an environment variable is needed to get the value in the variable. Try the following to verify this:
% echo PRINTER
PRINTER
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ftp
Use ftp to connect to a remote machine then upload or download files. See also: ncftp
Example 1: We'll connect to the machine fubar.net then change director to mystuff then download the file homework11:
% ftp solitude
Connected to fubar.net.
220 fubar.net FTP server (Version wu-2.4(11) Mon Apr 18 17:26:33 MDT 1994) ready.
Name (solitude:carlson): jeremy
331 Password required for jeremy.
Password:
230 User jeremy logged in.
ftp> cd mystuff
250 CWD command successful.
ftp> get homework11
ftp> quit
Example 2: We'll connect to the machine fubar.net then change director to mystuff then upload the file collected-letters:
% ftp solitude
Connected to fubar.net.
220 fubar.net FTP server (Version wu-2.4(11) Mon Apr 18 17:26:33 MDT 1994) ready.
Name (solitude:carlson): jeremy
331 Password required for jeremy.
Password:
230 User jeremy logged in.
ftp> cd mystuff
250 CWD command successful.
ftp> put collected-letters
ftp> quit
The ftp program sends files in ascii (text) format unless you specify binary mode:
ftp> binary
ftp> put foo
ftp> ascii
ftp> get bar
The file foo was transferred in binary modethe file bar was transferred in ascii mode.
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grep
Use this command to search for information in a file or files. For example suppose that we have a file dict whose contents are
red rojo
green verde
blue azul
white blanco
black negro
Then we can look up items in our file like this;
% grep red dict
red rojo
% grep blanco dict
white blanco
% grep brown dict
%
Notice that no output was returned by grep brown. This is because "brown" is not in our dictionary file.
Grep can also be combined with other commands. For example if one had a file of phone numbers named "ph" one entry per line then the following command would give an alphabetical list of all persons whose name contains the string "Fred".
% grep Fred ph | sort
Alpha Fred: 333-6565
Beta Freddie: 656-0099
Frederickson Molly: 444-0981
Gamma Fred-George: 111-7676
Zeta Frederick: 431-0987
The symbol "|" is called "pipe." It pipes the output of the grep command into the input of the sort command.
For more information on grep consult
% man grep
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head
Use this command to look at the head of a file. For example
% head essay.001
displays the first 10 lines of the file essay.001 To see a specific number of lines do this:
% head -n 20 essay.001
This displays the first 20 lines of the file.
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ls
Use ls to see what files you have. Your files are kept in something called a directory.
% ls
foo letter2
foobar letter3
letter1 maple-assignment1
%
Note that you have six files. There are some useful variants of the ls command:
% ls l*
letter1 letter2 letter3
%
Note what happened: all the files whose name begins with "l" are listed. The asterisk (*) is the " wildcard" character. It matches any string.
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lpr
This is the standard Unix command for printing a file. It stands for the ancient "line printer." See
% man lpr
for information on how it works. See print for information on our local intelligent print command.
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mkdir
Use this command to create a directory.
% mkdir essays
To get "into" this directory do
% cd essays
To see what files are in essays do this:
% ls
There shouldn't be any files there yet since you just made it. To create files see cat or emacs.
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more
More is a command used to read text files. For example we could do this:
% more poems
The effect of this to let you read the file "poems ". It probably will not fit in one screen so you need to know how to "turn pages". Here are the basic commands:
q --- quit more
spacebar --- read next page
return key --- read next line
b --- go back one page
For still more information use the command man more.
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mv
Use this command to change the name of file and directories.
% mv foo foobar
The file that was named foo is now named foobar
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ncftp
Use ncftp for anonymous ftp --- that means you don't have to have a password.
% ncftp ftp.fubar.net
Connected to ftp.fubar.net
> get jokes.txt
The file jokes.txt is downloaded from the machine ftp.fubar.net.
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print
This is a moderately intelligent print command.
% print foo
% print notes.ps
% print manuscript.dvi
In each case print does the right thing regardless of whether the file is a text file (like foo ) a postcript file (like notes.ps or a dvi file (like manuscript.dvi. In these examples the file is printed on the default printer. To see what this is do
% print
and read the message displayed. To print on a specific printer do this:
% print foo jwb321
% print notes.ps jwb321
% print manuscript.dvi jwb321
To change the default printer do this:
% setenv PRINTER jwb321
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pwd
Use this command to find out what directory you are working in.
% pwd
/u/ma/jeremy
% cd homework
% pwd
/u/ma/jeremy/homework
% ls
assign-1 assign-2 assign-3
% cd
% pwd
/u/ma/jeremy
%
Jeremy began by working in his "home" directory. Then he cd 'd into his homework subdirectory. Cd means " change directory". He used pwd to check to make sure he was in the right place then used ls to see if all his homework files were there. (They were). Then he cd'd back to his home directory.
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rm
Use rm to remove files from your directory.
% rm foo
remove foo? y
% rm letter*
remove letter1? y
remove letter2? y
remove letter3? n
%
The first command removed a single file. The second command was intended to remove all files beginning with the string "letter." However our user (Jeremy?) decided not to remove letter3.
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rmdir
Use this command to remove a directory. For example to remove a directory called "essays" do this:
% rmdir essays
A directory must be empty before it can be removed. To empty a directory use rm.
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rsh
Use this command if you want to work on a computer different from the one you are currently working on. One reason to do this is that the remote machine might be faster. For example the command
% rsh solitude
connects you to the machine solitude. This is one of our public workstations and is fairly fast.
See also: telnet
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setenv
% echo $PRINTER
labprinter
% setenv PRINTER myprinter
% echo $PRINTER
myprinter
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sort
Use this commmand to sort a file. For example suppose we have a file dict with contents
red rojo
green verde
blue azul
white blanco
black negro
Then we can do this:
% sort dict
black negro
blue azul
green verde
red rojo
white blanco
Here the output of sort went to the screen. To store the output in file we do this:
% sort dict >dict.sorted
You can check the contents of the file dict.sorted using cat more or emacs .
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tail
Use this command to look at the tail of a file. For example
% tail essay.001
displays the last 10 lines of the file essay.001 To see a specific number of lines do this:
% tail -n 20 essay.001
This displays the last 20 lines of the file.
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tar
Use create compressed archives of directories and files and also to extract directories and files from an archive. Example:
% tar -tvzf foo.tar.gz
displays the file names in the compressed archive foo.tar.gz while
% tar -xvzf foo.tar.gz
extracts the files.
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telnet
Use this command to log in to another machine from the machine you are currently working on. For example to log in to the machine "solitude" do this:
% telnet solitude
See also: rsh.
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wc
Use this command to count the number of characters words and lines in a file. Suppose for examplethat we have a file dict with contents
red rojo
green verde
blue azul
white blanco
black negro
Then we can do this
% wc dict
5 10 56 tmp
This shows that dict has 5 lines 10 words and 56 characters.
The word count command has several options as illustrated below:
% wc -l dict
5 tmp
% wc -w dict
10 tmp
% wc -c dict
56 tmp
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dummy
Under construction
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-> go to beginning of the line
-> go to end of the line
-> erase all characters backward
-> erase all characters forward
-> move forward one word
-> move backward one word
-> Print UERC proxies
-> Print UERC User Labels
teall : te e check error enter return info trace1 trace2 trace3 trace4 trace5 trace6 trace7 trace8 trace9 state_change bus_send bus_receive rec_sig send_sig param interface object user1 user2 user3 user4
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-> OPERATIONAL STATE CHECK for IUR
-> OPERATIONAL STATE CHECK for SITE
-> OPERATIONAL STATE CHECK for SITE
-> INSTANT SITE TRAFFIC AND POWER CONSUMPTION
-> DL FREQUENCY CHECK
-> UL FREQUENCY CHECK
-> coverageIndicator 1 (OVERLAP)]
-> Check CID on NODEB
-> Check CID on RNC
-> should be define
-> 15m period last 2h Its refresh each 15min
Its refresh each 15min
-> get monitored CID
-> get monitored CID


-> to check specific NodeB parameter
-> to check specific NodeB parameter
-> to check specific NodeB parameter
-> to check specific NodeB parameter
-> to check specific NodeB parameter
-> to check specific NodeB parameter
-> to check specific NodeB parameter
-> Check all CVs
-> Startable CV grntleme
-> [chose 2] than [chose 0] than than [chose any]
-> SHOUTDOWN TO SITE (All calls move GSM or Other Sites in 10m)
-> Set tilt value to 60
-> Check license Status
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use the command man grep.
view and concatenate files. For our first example we create a three-item English-Spanish dictionary in a file called "dict."
then tap 'd'". The symbol > tells the computer that what is typed is to be put into the file dict. To view a file we use cat in a different way:
then go to poems he could have said cd ../poems. Finally he used cd with no argument to jump back to his home directory.
This copies the file jabber in the directory poems to the current directory. The symbol "." stands for the current directory. The symbol "~" stands for the home directory.
Things like PRINTER are so-called environment variables. This one stores the name of the default printer --- the one that print jobs will go to unless you take some action to change things. The dollar sign before an environment variable is needed to get the value in the variable. Try the following to verify this:
then the following command would give an alphabetical list of all persons whose name contains the string "Fred".
Note what happened: all the files whose name begins with "l" are listed. The asterisk (*) is the " wildcard" character. It matches any string.
so you need to know how to "turn pages". Here are the basic commands:
then used ls to see if all his homework files were there. (They were). Then he cd'd back to his home directory.
that we have a file dict with contents
Things like PRINTER are so-called environment variables. This one stores the name of the default printer --- the one that print jobs will go to unless you take some action to change things. The dollar sign before an environment variable is needed to get the value in the variable. Try the following to verify this:

REV01_AMOS_LAZY_GUIDE

invh Check the hardwar part.
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UEH Exception traces print
lh all te log read|grep -i "UEH_*"
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Check out this command : lgvsm -s XXXXXXXX........with XXXXXXXX start date in the format of 20110215..for Feb 15th 2011
3:59:48 PM: Sivanesan Renganaickam: run it frm Node B or RNC depending the Node u wanna check
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Check T1 errors:
pget t1
to check the aal2 config on the RBS
CHTWWVU4077> stv
To get the vc/atmport
CUDNWVAARNC001> get b4077
On the RNc to check AAL2
CUDNWVAARNC001> lget AtmPort=ES5-2-1 VplTp=vp3 VpcTp=1 traff
######## CHECK for OPERATINAL HISTORY on NODEB
ORNEK> lgo
100120-13:08:35 10.85.229.199 7.1p RBS_NODE_MODEL_L_10_9 stopfile=/tmp/528
Startdate=19661031.171320 Enddate=20100121.110836
Get /c/logfiles/audit_trail/CORBA_AUDITTRAIL_LOG.xml /var/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell_logfiles/scol/logs_moshell/tempfiles/20100120-111323_144/audit_trailLog528.xml.tmp ... OK
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Timestamp (UTC) Description
FAULT DETECTION
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2010-01-19 09:30:42 MO-A SET NodeBFunction=1 Iub=ORNEKIubDataStreams=1 maxHsRate 120
2010-01-19 09:30:57 MO-A ACT SwManagement=1 ConfigurationVersion=1 create aftermaxhsrate120|aftermaxhsrate120|5|gboz|none
2010-01-19 09:30:58 MO-A ACT SwManagement=1 ConfigurationVersion=1 setStartable aftermaxhsrate120
2010-01-19 10:31:06 MO-A ACT SwManagement=1 ConfigurationVersion=1 create before_restart|before_restart|5|scol|none
2010-01-19 10:31:07 MO-A ACT SwManagement=1 ConfigurationVersion=1 setStartable before_restart
2010-01-19 10:31:41 MO-A ACT ManagedElement=1 manualRestart 2|0|2
2010-01-19 10:36:44 MO-A SET ManagedElement=1 userLabel ORNEK
2010-01-19 15:14:35 MO-A SET Equipment=1 SectorAntenna=1 AuxPlugInUnit=RRUW-1 administrativeState 0
2010-01-19 15:15:21 MO-A ACT Equipment=1 SectorAntenna=1 AuxPlugInUnit=RRUW-1 restartAuxUnit
2010-01-19 15:15:57 MO-A SET Equipment=1 SectorAntenna=1 AuxPlugInUnit=RRUW-1 administrativeState 1
2010-01-19 17:22:48 MO-A SET ManagedElement=1 userLabel ORNEK
2010-01-19 17:25:23 MO-A ACT Equipment=1 Subrack=1 Slot=1 PlugInUnit=1 manualRestart 2|0|ss
2010-01-19 17:29:48 MO-A SET ManagedElement=1 userLabel ORNEK
######## CHECK for ALARM HISTORY on NODEB
ORNEK> lga
100120-13:07:21 10.85.229.199 7.1p RBS_NODE_MODEL_L_10_9 stopfile=/tmp/528
Startdate=19661031.171320 Enddate=20100121.110722
......Get /c/logfiles/alarm_event/ALARM_LOG.xml /var/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell_logfiles/scol/logs_moshell/tempfiles/20100120-111323_144/alarmLog528.xml ... OK
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Timestamp (UTC) S Problem Cause MO-reference
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2010-01-20 02:24:38 AL * NTP Server Reachability Fault unavailable IpAccessHostEt=1 IpSyncRef=2
2010-01-20 02:26:50 AL M NTP Server Reachability Fault unavailable IpAccessHostEt=1 IpSyncRef=1
2010-01-20 02:26:50 AL M NTP Server Reachability Fault unavailable IpAccessHostEt=1 IpSyncRef=2
2010-01-20 02:29:37 AL * NTP Server Reachability Fault unavailable IpAccessHostEt=1 IpSyncRef=2
2010-01-20 02:29:38 AL * NTP Server Reachability Fault unavailable IpAccessHostEt=1 IpSyncRef=1
######## CHECK for RESTARTS on NODEB
ORNEK> bo
100108-12:34:30 10.85.229.13 7.1p RBS_NODE_MODEL_L_10_9 stopfile=/tmp/7580
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00 BoardType SwAllocation
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01 CBU1 Main_CBU
02 ET-MFX RBS_ETMFX
08 RAX RBS_RAXB
09 RAX RBS_RAXB
10 TX6HS-06 RBS_TXB
11 TX6HS-03 RBS_TXB
12 RUIF RBS_RUIFB
ORNEK> lhsh 000800 llog -> Check for RAX board Restart
ORNEK> lhsh 001000 llog -> Check for TX board Restart
....
######## CHECK Error/Fault/Failure on NODEB
ORNEK> ter | grep -i error
ORNEK> ter | grep -i Fault
ORNEK> ter | grep -i Failure
Use PRIMUS for analize
http://e-support.ericsson.se/reader_iview/ui/eserver.asp
######## CHECK for BOARD FAULTY on NODEB
ORNEK> bo
100108-12:34:30 10.85.229.13 7.1p RBS_NODE_MODEL_L_10_9 stopfile=/tmp/7580
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00 BoardType SwAllocation
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01 CBU1 Main_CBU
02 ET-MFX RBS_ETMFX
08 RAX RBS_RAXB
09 RAX RBS_RAXB
10 TX6HS-06 RBS_TXB
11 TX6HS-03 RBS_TXB
12 RUIF RBS_RUIFB
ORNEK> te log read
ORNEK> lhsh 000800 te log read
ORNEK> lhsh 000600 te log read
[2009-11-02 13:32:14.232] ecEfhFhEncC[28] ../src/EcEfhRuGroupFhEncC.cpp:2088 INFO:ABN:Equipment fault: /RU:0:13:8:2/ bbClockFaultInd faultType: RBS_FAULT_TYPE_BFN_PHASE_ERROR faultTypeId: 511 faultRecoveryAction: RBS_RECOVERY_ACTION_NO_SUGGESTED_ACTION Additional info: clockSignalId: 2
[2009-11-02 13:34:23.256] ecEfhFhEncC[26] ../src/EcEfhRuGroupFhEncC.cpp:2088 INFO:ABN:Equipment fault: /RU:0:13:0:2/ bbClockFaultInd faultType: RBS_FAULT_TYPE_BFN_PHASE_ERROR faultTypeId: 511 faultRecoveryAction: RBS_RECOVERY_ACTION_NO_SUGGESTED_ACTION Additional info: clockSignalId: 2
Use PRIMUS for analize
http://e-support.ericsson.se/reader_iview/ui/eserver.asp
Check out this command : lgvsm -s XXXXXXXX........with XXXXXXXX start date in the format of 20110215..for Feb 15th 2011
Get /c/logfiles/audit_trail/CORBA_AUDITTRAIL_LOG.xml /var/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell_logfiles/scol/logs_moshell/tempfiles/20100120-111323_144/audit_trailLog528.xml.tmp ... OK
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......Get /c/logfiles/alarm_event/ALARM_LOG.xml /var/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell_logfiles/scol/logs_moshell/tempfiles/20100120-111323_144/alarmLog528.xml ... OK
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###################REV01_AMOS_LAZY_GUIDE ###################
################### TRACES ###################
######## RSSI TRACE
Window1
in RBS
te e bus_receive CDCI_TR
mon+ all
copy to follow for each site
Window2
/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell/monitor6054 10.174.0.196 33080 > "/home/scol/serhat/Rssi/20100115-ORNEK.log"
get file to local Computer
open with wordpad and save
Window1
te d bus_receive CDCI_TR
mon- all
######## TRACE ON RNC
Open 2 moshell terminal
Window 1
in RNC
MTW02R1> get iub_ORNEK
MTW02R1> lh mod32 te e all RNC_EXCEPTION
MTW02R1> mon+ mod32
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$moncommand = /opt/ericsson/amos/moshell/monitor6054 10.174.0.196 33080-> copy it and go to 2nd window
Window 2
scol@selaps1> /opt/ericsson/amos/moshell/monitor6054 10.174.0.196 33080 > /home/scol/serhat/Traces/ORNEK.log -> Record it your selected folder
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wait how much you want
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.
Ctrl+C
Window 1
MTW02R1> lh Mod32 te d all RNC_EXCEPTION
MTW02R1> mon- mod32
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$ lhsh 001000 tm -disconnect
All monitored boards are disconnected and Target Monitor has shut down.
Go to your folder and download it your local computer
######## INSTAL DECODER for TRACE ANALIZE
1-) Download latest decoder from http://utran01.au.ao.ericsson.se/moshell/content.php?content.7
2-) Copy it your local directory in OSS
3-) un zip it in your local diroctory
scol@selcuk> unzip decoder3.1h.zip
Archive: decoder3.1h.zip
inflating: decoder.tgz
inflating: decoder_install
scol@selcuk> ls
decoder.tgzdecoder3.1h.zip decoder_install
4-) scol@selcuk> ./decoder_install
#########################################
Installation of Field Decoder 3.1h
#########################################
Please enter the directory where decoder should be installed (auto-completion using <TAB>): /home/scol/decoder/ -> Install it in your selected directory
This directory doesn't exist. Creating it...
Path to perl: /usr/bin/perl. OK? [y/n] y
Starting Installation....
Unzipping decoder.tgz....
Untaring decoder.tar....
x decoder 0 bytes 0 tape blocks
x decoder/SpBag 0 bytes 0 tape blocks
x decoder/SpBag/Decode.pm 9015 bytes 18 tape blocks
x decoder/SpBag/Map.pm 15469 bytes31 tape blocks
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.
.
Installation Successful!
You can now run decoder from the directory /home/scol/decoder.
5-) scol@selcuk> chmod -R 700 /home/scol/decoder/
6-)Check Decoder files
*.pl files are specific decoders using for analize
scol@selcuk> cd decoder/
scol@selcuk> ls
GPEH_tab2flow.pl concat_segmented_rlib_traces.pl
PmEventSpecification_AU3.xml decoder.pl
PmEventSpecification_BA4.xml decoder_ss7
PmEventSpecification_BC5.xml flow.pl
PmEventSpecification_BJ5.xml flow_ss7
PmEventSpecification_BN1.xml flowfilter.pl
PmEventSpecification_BN3.xml flowfox.pl
PmEventSpecification_BU5.xml historyDecoder.pl
PmEventSpecification_RBS.xml lib
README msflow.pl
RELEASE_HISTORY_DECODER.TXT pdu_map.txt
SpBag postprocess.pl
UeRc_P6.0.cfg spEventHistoryDecoder.pl
UeRc_P6.1.cfg teSummary
UeRc_P7.0.cfg teSummary.pl
UeRc_P7.1.cfg uehEventHistoryParameters.xml
UeRc_W10a.cfg uetr2uetrXplorer.awk
######## USE A DECODER for ANALIZE
scol@selcuk> cat /home/scol/serhat/Traces/ORNEK | /home/scol/decoder/teSummary.pl > /home/scol/serhat/Traces/ORNEK_DEC

----------->-------------analize ORNEK.log---------->---------use teSummary.pl-------->----------write slected folder-----

check ORNEK_DEC file in your folder
######## OTHER TRACES on RNC (CAN RUN SAME WAY)
* All of them can be run same way (Did not try all traces)
* teSummary.pl file can be use all traces
lh mod te e all RNC_EXCEPTION
lh mod te e all UEH_EXCEPTION
lh mod te e all DRH_EXCEPTION
lh mod te e all PM_OBS_EXCEPTION
lh mod te e trace3 IU_IF
lh mod te e all ADMISSION_REJECT_CELL
lh mod te e trace4 UE_GENERAL
lh dc te e all SP_EXCEPTION
lh cc te e all SP_EXCEPTION
lh dc te e all SP_CONFIG_REJ
lh cc te e all SP_CONFIG_REJ
lh dc te e all DISCARD_UE
lh dc te e all RETRANSM_UE
lh dc te e trace1 HANDOVER_EVAL_UE
/opt/ericsson/amos/moshell/monitor6054 10.174.0.196 33080 > "/home/scol/serhat/Rssi/20100115-ORNEK.log"
-> Get Iub for selecter Site (RncModule=32)
-> Enable trace
-> Start monitoring
-> copy it and go to 2nd window
-> than go to 1st Window
-> Disable trace
-> Stop monitoring
-> Install decoder
scol@selcuk> cat /home/scol/serhat/Traces/ORNEK | /home/scol/decoder/teSummary.pl > /home/scol/serhat/Traces/ORNEK_DEC
----------->-------------analize ORNEK.log---------->---------use teSummary.pl-------->----------write slected folder-----
RNC
cedhr --- for Iub Wise CE Utilization
Node B
pmr -m 2---for RSSI
pmx . pmpropagationdelay -m 72 -a
lh ru fui get vswr
get . license
cvls prints configuration version on the node
st plu
lst carr
get txd
get . maxtot
get 10
get ant typ
get radio no
get . output
get Handover
get Power
get pilot
get RabHandling
get Hsdsch
get IubDataStreams
get IubLink
get LocationArea
get UtranCell
RSSI
cedr |grep UHY1984
For licnese
get bf ul|dl|elements
For HSPA licneses
pr nodeb
lget proxy
st plug
get . productname
Thanks & Regards
V.Ratna Prasad
Handy +91 9908011452
ntpconfig info
traceroute 10.105.219.5
ntp peerinfo
get IpAccessHostEt
ntprecover accept
invh
get . cqi
get . queueSelectAlgorithm
get . hsScchMinCodePower
get . hsScchMaxCodePower
get . hspower
get . maxHsRate
get . flexiblescheduler
get . eulmaxshorate
get . steeredHsAllocation
get . hsdpacapability
get . edchcapability
get . edch
get . max
get . eul
get . edch2mstticapability
get . dscp
get . maxtotal
get . antennasuper
get . attenuation
get . featureStateEnhancedLayer2lpr upgradepackage
get 10
get nodebflst carrieraltk
get radiocabx
str1
bp mod
lhsh 011900 codetree -cid 320