vserver iscsi show

Display a Vserver's iSCSI configuration

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

Description

This command displays the current configuration of the iSCSI service.

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.
[-vserver <Vserver Name>] - Vserver
Selects the iSCSI services for the Vserver that matches the parameter value.
[-target-name <text>] - Target Name
Selects the iSCSI services with a target name that matches the parameter value.
[-target-alias <text>] - Target Alias
Selects the iSCSI services with a target alias that matches the parameter value.
[-status-admin {down|up}] - Administrative Status
Selects the iSCSI services with a configured status that matches the parameter value.
[-retain-timeout <integer>] - RFC3720 DefaultTime2Retain Value (in sec) (privilege: advanced)
Selects the iSCSI services with a wait time that matches the parameter value. The wait time is the amount of time before active task reassignment is possible after an unexpected connection termination.
[-login-timeout <integer>] - Login Phase Duration (in sec) (privilege: advanced)
Selects the iSCSI services with a login phase duration that matches the parameter value.
[-max-conn-per-session <integer>] - Max Connections per Session (privilege: advanced)
Selects the iSCSI services with a maximum connection per session that matches the parameter value.
[-max-ios-per-session <integer>] - Max Commands per Session (privilege: advanced)
Selects the iSCSI services with a maximum number of commands per session that matches the parameter value.
[-tcp-window-size <integer>] - TCP Receive Window Size (in bytes) (privilege: advanced)
Selects the iSCSI services with a TCP receive window size (in bytes) that matches the parameter value.

Examples

cluster1::> vserver iscsi show
           Target                           Target                       Status
Vserver    Name                             Alias                        Admin
---------- -------------------------------- ---------------------------- ------
vs_1       iqn.1992-08.com.example:sn.c7c82a22bf9f11df83e5123478563412:vs.2
                                            vs_1_alias                   up
1 entries were displayed.

cluster1::> vserver iscsi show -instance

                                Vserver: vs_1
                            Target Name: iqn.1992-08.com.example:sn.c7c82a22bf9f11df83e5123478563412:vs.2
	
 The following is the output of the show command at the advanced privilege level: 
	

                           Target Alias: vs_1_alias
                  Administrative Status: up
1 entries were displayed.

Displays the output of the show command at the admin privilege level.

cluster1::*> vserver iscsi show
           Target                           Target                       Status
Vserver    Name                             Alias                        Admin
---------- -------------------------------- ---------------------------- ------
vs_1       iqn.1992-08.com.example:sn.c7c82a22bf9f11df83e5123478563412:vs.2
                                            vs_1_alias                   up
1 entries were displayed.

Displays the output of the show command at the advanced privilege level.

cluster1::*> vserver iscsi show -instance

                                  Vserver: vs_1
                              Target Name: iqn.1992-08.com.example:sn.c7c82a22bf9f11df83e5123478563412:vs.2
                             Target Alias: vs_1_alias
                    Administrative Status: up
RFC3720 DefaultTime2Retain Value (in sec): 20
            Login Phase Duration (in sec): 15
              Max Connections per Session: 4
                      Max I/O per Session: 128
  TCP Window Size all Sessions (in bytes): 131400