Performs check of Ftree GUID files.
This hardware command is a script that performs a search for and check of the root node GUID file used for the Ftree routing algorithm. The command searches the /etc/opensm/opensm.conf file for the specified root node GUID filename and checks the integrity of that file. The file is typically the /etc/opensm/guid.txt file. This command is only useful for InfiniBand fabrics using the Ftree routing algorithm.
The checkguidfilesftree command is available from the /SYS/Fabric_Mgmt Linux shell target of the Oracle ILOM CLI interface.
The following table describes the options to the generic command and their purposes:
The following example shows how to check for the root node GUID file with the checkguidfilesftree command.
# checkguidfilesftree -v From /etc/opensm/opensm.conf file: routing_engine explains ftree root_guid_file given:(null) checkguidfilesftree: INFO: root file not specified - (null) . Can not investigate further #