system node coredump segment show

Display a list of core segments

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

Description

This command displays the following information about core segments:

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 ]}
Displays the following details:
  • Core segment file name
  • Node that owns the core segment file
  • System ID of the node that generated the core
  • MD5 checksum of the compressed data of the core segment file
  • Name of the core segment
  • Total number of core segments for the core file
  • Timestamp of the panic that triggered the core segment
[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node
Selects information about the core segments on the specified node.
[-segment <text>] - Core Segment
Selects information about the specified core segment. If segment is a directory, the command displays the information for the first core segment file. If segment is a file, the command displays the file information.
[-owner-node <text>] - Node That Owns the Core Segment File
Selects information about the core segments owned by the specified node. This parameter should only be used in takeover mode to display information about the partner's core segments.
[-panic-system-id <integer>] - System ID of Node That Generated Core
Selects information about the core segments that were generated when the node with the specified system ID panicked.
[-md5-data-chksum <text>] - Md5 Checksum of the Compressed Data of the Core Segment
Selects information about the core segments whose data segment's MD5 checksum matches the specified checksum.
[-segment-name <text>] - Name of the Core Segment
Selects information about the core segments with the specified name.
[-total-segment-count <integer>] - Number of Segments Generated
Selects information about the core segments with the specified name.
[-panic-time <MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS>] - Time of Panic That Generated Core
Selects information about the core segments that were generated by a panic at the specified time.
[-size <text>] - Size of Core Segment (bytes)
Selects information about the core segments that are of the specified size.
[-panic-string <text>] - Panic String of Panic That Generated Core
Selects information about the core segments that match the specified panic string.

Examples

The example below displays the core segments on node1.
cluster1::> system node coredump segment show -node node1 
Node: node1

          Segment Directory: core.118049106.2012-01-05.17_11_11
                 Panic Time: 1/5/2012 12:11:11
         Number of Segments: 2
          Segment File Name:
                             core.118049106.2012-01-05.17_11_11.nvram.nz
                             core.118049106.2012-01-05.17_11_11.ontap.nz
2 entries were displayed.

The example below displays detailed information a specific core segment file on node1.

cluster1::> system node coredump segment show -node node1 -segment core.118049106.2012-01-05.17_11_11.ontap.nz  -instance

                                              Node: node1
                                      Core Segment: core.118049106.2012-01-05.17_11_11.ontap.nz
              Node That Owns the Core Segment File: node1
             System ID of Node That Generated Core: 118049106
Md5 Checksum of the Compressed Data of the Core Segment: 1a936d805dcd4fd5f1180fa6464fdee4
                          Name of the Core Segment: ontap
                      Number of Segments Generated: 2
                 Time of Panic That Generated Core: 1/5/2012 12:11:11