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Display MetroCluster interconnect adapter information

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

Description

The metrocluster interconnect adapter show command displays interconnect adapter information for the nodes in a MetroCluster configuration.

This command displays the following details about the local node and the HA partner node:

  • Node: This field specifies the name of the node in the cluster.

  • Adapter Name: This field specifies the name of the interconnect adapter.

  • Adapter Type: This field specifies the type of the interconnect adapter.

  • Link Status: This field specifies the physical link status of the interconnect adapter.

  • Is OOD Enabled: This field specifies the out-of-order delivery status of the interconnect adapter.

  • IP Address: This field specifies the IP address assigned to the interconnect adapter.

  • Port Number: This field specifies the port number of the interconnect adapter.

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.

| [-connectivity ]

Displays the connectivity information from all the interconnect adapters to the connected nodes.

| [-switch ]

Displays details of switches connected to all the interconnect adapters.

| [-connectivity-hidden ] (privilege: advanced)

Displays additional connectivity information (IP address, Area ID, Port ID) from all the interconnect adapters to the connected nodes.

| [-instance ] }

If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.

[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node Name

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are hosted by the specified node.

[-adapter <text>] - Adapter

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified name.

[-port-name <text>] - Port Name

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that host the specified port name.

[-type <text>] - Adapter Type

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified adapter type.

[-physical-status <text>] - Physical Status

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified physical status.

[-wwn <text>] - Adapter Port World Wide Name

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified world wide name.

[-address <text>] - IP Address

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified IP address.

[-firmware-version <text>] - Firmware Version

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified firmware version.

[-link-speed <text>] - Link Speed

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified link speed.

[-link-speed-neg-type <text>] - Link Speed Negotiation Type

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified negotiated link speed type.

[-switch-name <text>] - Switch Name

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the specified switch.

[-switch-model <text>] - Switch Model

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the switch with the specified model.

[-switch-wwn <text>] - Switch WWName

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the switch with the specified world wide name.

[-switch-vendor <text>] - Switch Vendor

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the switch with the specified vendor.

[-switch-status <text>] - Switch Status

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the switch with the specified operational status.

[-switch-port-number <text>] - Switch Port Number

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the switch with the specified port number.

[-switch-port-wwpn <text>] - Switch Port WWPN

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the switch with the specified word wide port name.

[-remote-adapter-name-list <text>,…​] - Remote Adapter Name List

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the specified remote adapters.

[-remote-adapter-wwn-list <text>,…​] - Remote Adapter WWName List

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the remote adapters with the specified world wide names.

[-remote-adapter-address-list <text>,…​] - Remote Adapter IP Address List

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the remote adapters with the specified IP addresses.

[-remote-adapter-port-id-list <Hex Integer>,…​] - Remote Adapter Port ID List

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the remote adapters with the specified port IDs.

[-remote-adapter-domain-id-list <integer>,…​] - Remote Adapter Domain ID List

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the remote adapters with the specified domain IDs.

[-remote-adapter-area-id-list <integer>,…​] - Remote Adapter Area ID List

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the remote adapters with the specified Area IDs.

[-remote-partner-system-id-list <integer>,…​] - Remote Partner System ID List

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the remote nodes with the specified System IDs.

[-remote-partner-name-list {<nodename>|local}] - Remote Partner Name List

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that are connected to the specified remote nodes.

[-is-ood-enabled {true|false}] - Is Out-of-Order Delivery Enabled?

Displays information only about the interconnect adapters that match the specified out-of-order delivery setting.

Examples

The following example shows the output of the command during normal operation (neither cluster is in switchover state):

clusA::> metrocluster interconnect adapter show
                                          Link   Is OOD
       Node         Adapter         Type  Status Enabled? IP Address  Port Number
       ------------ --------------- ----- ------ -------- ----------- -----------
       clusA-01     cxgb3_0         iWARP Up     false    10.0.1.1    c0a
       clusA-01     cxgb3_0         iWARP Down   false    10.0.2.1    c0b
       clusA-01     fcvi_device_0   FC-VI Up     false    1.0.0.1     1a
       clusA-01     fcvi_device_1   FC-VI Up     false    2.0.0.3     1b
       clusA-02     cxgb3_0         iWARP Up     false    10.0.1.2    c0a
       clusA-02     cxgb3_0         iWARP Down   false    10.0.2.2    c0b
       clusA-02     fcvi_device_0   FC-VI Up     false    1.0.1.1     1a
       clusA-02     fcvi_device_1   FC-VI Up     false    2.0.1.3     1b

The following example shows the output of the command after MetroCluster switchover is performed:

clusA::> metrocluster interconnect adapter show
                                          Link   Is OOD
       Node         Adapter         Type  Status Enabled? IP Address  Port Number
       ------------ --------------- ----- ------ -------- ----------- -----------
       clusA-01     cxgb3_0         iWARP Up     false    10.0.1.1    c0a
       clusA-01     cxgb3_0         iWARP Down   false    10.0.2.1    c0b
       clusA-01     fcvi_device_0   FC-VI Down   false    1.0.0.1     1a
       clusA-01     fcvi_device_1   FC-VI Down   false    2.0.0.3     1b
       clusA-02     cxgb3_0         iWARP Up     false    10.0.1.2    c0a
       clusA-02     cxgb3_0         iWARP Down   false    10.0.2.2    c0b
       clusA-02     fcvi_device_0   FC-VI Down   false    1.0.1.1     1a
       clusA-02     fcvi_device_1   FC-VI Down   false    2.0.1.3     1b

The following example shows the output of the command with connectivity field during normal operation (neither cluster is in swithover state):

clusA::> metrocluster interconnect adapter show -connectivity -node local -type FC-VI
Adapter Name: fcvi_device_0
                     WWName: 21:00:00:24:ff:32:01:68
                     PortNo: 1a
Remote Adapters:
Adapter Name Partner Node Name World Wide Name         PortId
       ------------ ----------------- ----------------------- ------
       fcvi_device_0
                    clusA-01          21:00:00:24:ff:32:01:80  65536
       fcvi_device_0
                    clusB-01          21:00:00:24:ff:32:01:54 131072
       fcvi_device_0
                    clusB-02          21:00:00:24:ff:32:01:60 131328
Adapter Name: fcvi_device_1
                     WWName: 21:00:00:24:ff:32:01:69
                     PortNo: 1b
Remote Adapters:
Adapter Name Partner Node Name World Wide Name         PortId
       ------------ ----------------- ----------------------- ------
       fcvi_device_1
                    clusA-01          21:00:00:24:ff:32:01:81 196608
       fcvi_device_1
                    clusB-01          21:00:00:24:ff:32:01:55 262144
       fcvi_device_1
                    clusB-02          21:00:00:24:ff:32:01:61 262400

The following example shows the output of the command with connectivity field after MetroCluster swithover is performed.

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