system services manager status show

Display the status of a service

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

Description

The system services manager status show command displays the status of system services that are configured to run in the cluster.

System services run on the nodes of the cluster based on policies. Policies determine which versions of a service can run on the nodes of the cluster. Use the system services manager policy show command to view existing policies.

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.
[-service <text>] - Service
Selects information about services that match the service name you specify.
[-version <service version>] - Version
Selects information about services that are configured to run the version number you specify. The configured version is the minimum version that is allowed to run in the cluster according to a policy. Use the system services manager policy show command to view information about service policies.
[-constituent <text>] - Constituent
Selects information about services that have the constituent process you specify.
[-actual-version <service version>] - Actual Version
Selects information about services that are running the version number you specify. This number can be higher than the configured version if a more recent version is installed on the node that is running the service.
[-node <nodename>] - Node
Selects information about services that the services manager has assigned to run on the nodes you specify. If the service state is "running", the service is running on these nodes.
[-state <svc_state>] - State
Selects information about services that are in the state you specify.
[-is-running {true|false}] - Is Running
Use this parameter with the value "true" to select information about services that are currently running. Use this parameter with the value "false" to select information about services that are not currently running.

Examples

The example below shows typical output for a simple cluster.
cluster1::> system services manager status show
Service           Version Constituent Actual  Node             State
                                      Version
----------------- ------- ----------- ------- ---------------- --------------
diagnosis
                  1.0     schmd       1.0     cluster1-01      running
                  1.0     shmd        1.0     cluster1-01      running
2 entries were displayed.