system cluster-switch show-all

Displays the list of switches that were added and deleted

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

Description

The system cluster-switch show-all command displays configuration details for discovered monitored cluster switches and management switches, including switches that are user-deleted. From the list of deleted switches, you can delete a switch permanently from the database to re-enable automatic discovery of that switch.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
Selects the fields that have the specified name.
| [-instance ]}
Selects detailed information for all the switches.
[-device <text>] - Device Name
Selects the switches that match the specified device name.
[-address <IP Address>] - IP Address
Selects the switches that match the specified IP address.
[-snmp-version {SNMPv1|SNMPv2c|SNMPv3}] - SNMP Version
Selects the switches that match the specified SNMP version.
[-community <text>] - DEPRECATED-Community String or SNMPv3 Username
Note: This parameter is deprecated and may be removed in a future release of Data ONTAP. Use -community-or-username instead.
Selects the switches that match the specified community string or SNMPv3 username.
[-community-or-username <text>] - Community String or SNMPv3 Username
Selects the switches that match the specified community string or SNMPv3 username.
[-discovered {true|false}] - Is Discovered
Selects the switches that match the specified discovery setting.
[-type {cluster-network|management-network}] - Switch Network
Selects the switches that match the specified switch type.
[-sw-version <text>] - Software Version
Selects the switches that match the specified software version.
[-is-monitoring-enabled-operational {true|false}] - Switch Monitoring Status
Selects the switches that match the specified operational monitoring status.
[-reason <text>] - Reason For Not Monitoring
Selects the switches that match the specified reason.
[-version-source <text>] - Source Of Switch Version
Selects the switches that match the specified version source (for example, from SNMP, CDP or ISDP).
[-serial-number <text>] - Serial Number of the Device
Selects the switches that match the specified serial number.
[-model <text>] - Model to display
Selects the switches that match the specified model number.

Examples

cluster1::> system cluster-switch show-all
	Switch                      Type               Address          Model          
	--------------------------- ------------------ ---------------- ---------------
	SwitchA                     cluster            1.2.3.4          Nexus5010     
	
	      Is Monitored: yes
	            Reason:
	  Software Version: Cisco IOS 4.1N1
	    Version Source: CDP