system node show-discovered

Display all nodes discovered on the local network

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The system node show-discovered command displays information about all the detectable nodes on the local cluster network. This includes both nodes in a cluster and nodes that do not belong to a cluster. You can filter the output to show only nodes that do not belong to a cluster or nodes that are in a cluster.

To see a list of values that are in use for a particular field, use the -fields parameter of this command with the list of field names you wish to view.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command only displays the fields that you specify.
| [-instance ]}
If the -instance parameter is specified, the command displays detailed information about each node.
[-node <text>] - Node Name
This parameter specifies the name of a node for which information is to be displayed. If this parameter is not specified, the command displays information about all discovered nodes.
[-is-in-cluster {true|false}] - Is in a Cluster
If this parameter is set to false, the command lists only nodes that do not belong to a cluster.
[-cluster-uuid <UUID>] - Cluster UUID
Displays information about nodes belonging to the cluster that has the UUID you specify.
[-cluster-name <text>] - Cluster Name
Displays information about nodes belonging to the cluster that has the name you specify.
[-serial-number <text>] - Node Serial Number
Displays information about the node that has the serial number you specify.
[-addresses <IP Address>, ...] - Cluster IP Addresses
Displays information about the node that has the cluster IP addresses you specify.
[-netmask <IP Address>] - Cluster Address Mask
Displays information about the nodes that have the netmask address you specify.
[-nvramid <nvramid>] - Node NVRAM ID
Displays information about the node that has the NVRAM ID you specify.
[-partner-nvramid <nvramid>] - Partner NVRAM ID
Displays information about the node that has an HA partner with the NVRAM ID you specify.
[-model <text>] - Model
Displays the nodes that have the specified model number.
[-version <text>] - Software Version
Displays the nodes that have the specified version of Data ONTAP.

Examples

The following example displays information about all discovered nodes in the cluster network:
cluster1::*> system node show-discovered
Node          Cluster       Addresses       NVRAM ID    Partner NVRAM
------------- ------------- --------------- ----------- --------------
4069114-60-0  -             169.254.232.178 4069114600  -
4069114-60-2  -             169.254.79.38   4069114602  -
4069114-60-3  -             169.254.195.76  4069114603  -
cluster1-01   cluster1      169.254.140.39  4069114628  4069114629
cluster1-02   cluster1      169.254.138.137 4069114629  4069114628