vserver cifs domain discovered-servers show

Display discovered server information

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

Description

The vserver cifs domain discovered-servers show command displays information about the discovered servers for the CIFS domains of one or more Vservers. Server displays are grouped by node and Vserver, and each group is preceded by the node and Vserver identification. Within each grouping, the server display is limited to those associated with the domain specified by the domain parameter, if it is present.

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
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers for the specified node.
[-vserver <vserver name>] - Vserver
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers for the specified Vserver.
[-domain <TextNoCase>] - Fully Qualified Domain Name
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers in the specified domain.
[-type {Unknown|KERBEROS|MS-LDAP|MS-DC|LDAP}] - Server Type
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers of the specified type.
[-name <text>] - Server Name
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers the with the specified name. This can result in multiple lines because the same server may provide multiple services.
[-address <InetAddress>] - Server Address
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers with the specified IP address. This can result in multiple lines because the same server may provide multiple services.
[-preference {unknown|preferred|favored|adequate}] - Preference
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers of the specified preference level.
[-status {OK|unavailable|slow|expired|undetermined|unreachable}] - Status
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers of the specified status.
[-dc-functional-level {win2000|unknown|win2003|win2008|win2008r2|win2012|win2012r2|win2016|winthreshold}] - DC Functional Level
If you use this parameter, the command only displays servers with the specified functional level.
[-is-dc-read-only {true|false}] - Is DC Read Only
If this parameter is set to true, the command only displays servers with read only domain controller. If set to false, the command only displays servers with writable domain controller.

Examples

The following example display shows the information provided by this command.

cluster1::> vserver cifs domain discovered-servers show

Node: node1
Vserver: vs1

Domain Name     Type     Preference DC-Name         DC-Address      Status
--------------- -------- ---------- --------------- --------------- ---------
""              NIS      preferred  192.168.10.222  192.168.10.222  OK
example.com     MS-LDAP  adequate   DC-1            192.168.192.24  OK
example.com     MS-LDAP  adequate   DC-2            192.168.192.25  OK
example.com     MS-DC    adequate   DC-1            192.168.192.24  OK
example.com     MS-DC    adequate   DC-2            192.168.192.25  OK
5 entries were displayed.