system node root-mount show

Show the existing mounts from any node to another node's root volume.

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

Description

The system node root-mount show command displays the status of current root-mounts from any node to another node's root volume. These root-mounts are used by cluster services to access data on other nodes in the cluster. These root-mounts are not pre-created, but are created as they are needed. They can also be manually created or deleted.

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>] - Owner of the Root-mount
Selects information about root-mounts that exist on the specified node.
[-root-node <nodename>] - Root-mount Destination Node
Selects information about root-mounts that connect to the specified node.
[-create-time <MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS>] - Mount Creation Time
Selects information about root-mounts that were created at the specified time.
[-state <Mount State>] - State of the Root-Mount
Selects information about root-mounts that have the specified state. The states are:
  • unknown: The state of the root-mount is being determined.
  • initializing: A root-mount was found and needs testing to determine the correct state.
  • mount-requested: The root-mount has been requested, but is not ready.
  • mounting: The root-mount is being created, but is not ready.
  • ready: The root-mount is ready to be used.
  • not-responding: The root-mount exists but is not responding.
  • does-not-exist: No root-mount is possible to this node's root volume.
  • ha-busy: The root-mount is busy pending completion of an HA event.
  • clean-up-requested: The root-mount is being deleted.
  • cleaning-up: The root-mount is being deleted.
  • create-error: The root-mount could not be created.
[-last-error <text>] - Last Error
Selects information about root-mounts that have the specified last-error value.

Examples

The following example shows the default state of the root-mounts on a cluster that is not using root-node services:
cluster1::> system node root-mount show
This table is currently empty.
The following example displays the root-mounts that exist for a cluster that has nodeA mounted to nodeB, and nodeB mounted to nodeA:
cluster1::> system node root-mount show
Node              Root Node         State       Last Error
----------------- ----------------- ----------- -------------------------------
nodeA             nodeB                   ready
nodeB             nodeA                   ready
2 entries were displayed.