XSCF> showboards -a
XSB  DID(LSB) Assignment  Pwr  Conn Conf Test    Fault
—- ——– ———– —- —- —- ——- ——–
00-0 SP       Unavailable n    n    n    Unknown Normal
00-1 SP       Unavailable n    n    n    Unknown Normal
00-2 SP       Unavailable n    n    n    Unmount Normal
00-3 SP       Unavailable n    n    n    Unmount Normal
01-0 SP       Unavailable n    n    n    Unknown Normal
01-1 SP       Unavailable n    n    n    Unknown Normal
01-2 SP       Unavailable n    n    n    Unknown Normal
01-3 SP       Unavailable n    n    n    Unknown Normal

### IOU 0 ###

– XSB 00-0 = CPUM 0#0
– XSB 00-1 = CPUM 0#1
– XSB 00-2 = CPUM 1#0
– XSB 00-3 = CPUM 1#1

info: XSB 00-3 (MEMB#3)

### IOU 1 ###

– XSB 01-0 = CPUM 2#0
– XSB 01-1 = CPUM 2#1
– XSB 01-2 = CPUM 3#0
– XSB 01-3 = CPUM 3#1

info: XSB 01-3 (MEMB#7)

usage : setdcl -d domain_id -s policy=value
        setdcl -d domain_id -s variable=value lsb [lsb …]
        setdcl -d domain_id -a lsb=xsb [lsb=xsb …]
        setdcl -d domain_id -r lsb [lsb …]
        setdcl -h
XSCF> addboard -c assign -d 00 00-0
XSCF> addboard -c assign -d 00 00-2
XSCF> addboard -c assign -d 01 00-1
XSCF> addboard -c assign -d 01 00-3
XSCF> addboard -c assign -d 02 01-0
XSCF> addboard -c assign -d 02 01-2
XSCF> addboard -c assign -d 03 01-1
XSCF> addboard -c assign -d 03 01-3

XSCF> showdcl -a
DID   LSB   XSB   Status
00                Powered Off
      00        00-0                    setdcl -d 00 -a 00=00-0
      01        00-2                    setdcl -d 00 -a 01=00-2
—————————
01                Powered Off
      00        00-1                    setdcl -d 01 -a 00=00-1
      01        00-3                    setdcl -d 01 -a 01=00-3
—————————
02                Powered Off
      00        01-0                    setdcl -d 02 -a 00=01-0
      01        01-2                    setdcl -d 02 -a 01=01-2
—————————
03                Powered Off
      00        01-1                    setdcl -d 03 -a 00=01-1
      01        01-3                    setdcl -d 03 -a 01=01-3

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