vserver peer show-all

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(DEPRECATED)-Display Vserver peer relationships in detail

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

Description

The vserver peer show-all command displays the following information about Vserver peer relationships:

  • Local Vserver name

  • Peer Vserver name

  • Local Vserver UUID

  • Peer Vserver UUID

  • Peer cluster name

  • Applications

  • State of the peering relationship

  • Remote Vserver name

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>] - Local Vserver Name

If this parameter is specified, the command displays relationships that match the specified local Vserver.

[-peer-vserver <text>] - Peer Vserver Name

If this parameter is specified, the command displays relationships that match the specified peer Vserver.

[-vserver-uuid <UUID>] - Local Vserver UUID

If this parameter is specified, the command displays relationships that match the specified local Vserver UUID.

[-peer-vserver-uuid <UUID>] - Peer Vserver UUID

If this parameter is specified, the command displays relationships that match the specified peer Vserver UUID.

[-peer-state {peered|pending|initializing|initiated|rejected|suspended|deleted}] - Peering State

If this parameter is specified, the command displays relationships that match the specified peer state.

[-applications {snapmirror|file-copy|lun-copy}] - Peering Applications

If this parameter is specified, the command displays relationships that have the specified applications.

[-peer-cluster <text>] - Peer Cluster Name

If this parameter is specified, the command displays relationships that have the specified peer cluster name.

[-remote-vserver-name <text>] - Remote Vserver Name

If this parameter is specified, the command displays relationships that match the specified remote Vserver.

Examples

The following example illustrates how to display Vserver peer relationships. +

cluster1::> vserver peer show-all
            Peer        Peer                           Peering        Remote
Vserver     Vserver     State        Peer Cluster      Applications   Vserver
----------- ----------- ------------ ----------------- -------------- ---------
lvs1.example.com
            lvs2.example.com
                        peered       cluster1          snapmirror     lvs2.example.com
lvs1.example.com
            pvs1.example.com
                        peered       cluster2          snapmirror     pvs1.example.com
lvs2.example.com
            lvs1.example.com
                        peered       cluster1          snapmirror     lvs1.example.com
lvs3.example.com
            pvs1_cluster3.example.com
                        peered       cluster3          snapmirror     pvs1.example.com
lvs1.example.com
            lvs1_cluster4.example.com
                        peered       cluster4          snapmirror     lvs1.example.com
5 entries were displayed.