system health config show

Display system health configuration

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

Description

The system health config show command displays the configuration and status of each health monitor in the cluster. The command shows a health status for each health monitor. The health status is an aggregation of the subsystem health for each subsystem that the health monitor monitors. For example, if a health monitor monitors two subsystems and the health status of one subsystem is "ok" and the other is "degraded", the health status for the health monitor is "degraded".

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
| [-instance ]}
If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node
Use this parameter to list the health monitors present on the specified node.
[-monitor <hm_type>] - Monitor
Use this parameter to display the health monitors with the specified monitor name.
[-subsystem <hm_subsystem>, ...] - Subsystem
Selects the health monitors with the specified subsystems.
[-health {ok|ok-with-suppressed|degraded|unreachable|unknown}] - Health
Selects the health monitors with the specified health status.
[-mon-version <text>] - Monitor Version
Selects the health monitors with the specified monitor version.
[-pol-version <text>] - Policy File Version
Selects the health monitors with the specified health monitor policy version.
[-context {Node |Cluster}] - Context
Selects the health monitors with the specified running context.
[-aggregator <hm_type>] - Aggregator
Selects the health monitors with the specified aggregator.
[-resources <text>, ...] - Resource
Selects the health monitors with the specified resource name.
[-init-state {Invalid|Initailizing|Initialized|Starting_Discovery|Starting_Re-Discovery|Discovery_Done_Partially|Discovery_Done}] - Subsystem Initialization Status
Selects the health monitors with the specified subsystem initialization state.
[-sub-pol-versions <text>] - Subordinate Policy Versions
Selects the health monitors with the specified subordinate policy version.

Examples

The example below displays information about health monitor configuration:

cluster1::> system health config show
Node          Monitor                Subsystem         Health
------------- ---------------------- ----------------- ------------------
node1         node-connect           SAS-connect       degraded
node1         system-connect         SAS-connect       degraded
node1         system                 SAS-connect       degraded

The example below displays detailed information about health monitor configuration:

cluster1::> system health config show -instance

                                  Node: node1
                               Monitor: node-connect
                             Subsystem: SAS-connect
                                Health: degraded
                       Monitor Version: 1.0
                   Policy File Version: 1.0
                               Context: node_context
                            Aggregator: system-connect
                              Resource: SasAdapter, SasDisk, SasShelf
       Subsystem Initialization Status: initialized
           Subordinate Policy Versions: 1.0 SAS, 1.0 SAS multiple adapters