Displays system status of an InfiniBand address.
ibsysstat [-d][-e][-G][-h][-s smlid][-v][-V][-C ca_name][-P ca_port][-t timeout][-o oui][-S] lid|guid [op]
smlid is the Subnet Manager LID.
topology is the topology file.
ca_name is the channel adapter name.
ca_port is the channel adapter port.
timeout is the timeout in milliseconds.
oui is the OUI number.
lid is the local identifier.
guid is the global unique identifier.
op is the operation to perform on the node:
ping – Verify connectivity to the server.
host – Obtain host information from the server.
cpu – Obtain CPU information from the server.
This InfiniBand command uses vendor supplied management datagrams to validate connectivity between InfiniBand nodes and return other information about the node. The command is a client-server, in that a remote node is configured as a server, while a local node performs as a client.
The command is first run locally on the server. The command is then run again locally on the client, pointing to the LID of the server. The ping repeats every second on the server, until you type the Ctrl-C key combination to exit the command.
The following table describes the options to the ibsysstat command and their purposes:
The following example shows how to retrieve system information about a remote node server from a local node client with the ibsysstat command. First configure the remote node server:
# ibsysstat -S <CTRL-C to exit server> #
Then run the command on the local node client:
# ibsysstat 15 ping sysstat ping succeeded # ibsysstat 15 host nsn105-100.nsn.sfbay.sun.com # ibsysstat 15 cpu cpu 0: model AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 848 MHZ 2189.680 cpu 1: model AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 848 MHZ 2189.680 cpu 2: model AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 848 MHZ 2189.680 cpu 3: model AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 848 MHZ 2189.680 #
ibsysstat man page