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ibaddr Command

ibcheckerrors Command

ibchecknet Command

ibchecknode Command

ibcheckport Command

ibcheckportstate Command

ibcheckportwidth Command

ibcheckstate Command

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ibclearcounters Command

ibclearerrors Command

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ibdiagnet Command

ibdiagpath Command

ibhosts Command

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ibportstate Command

ibroute Command

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ibswitches Command

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ibtracert Command

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perfquery Command

saquery Command

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smpdump Command

smpquery Command


smpdump Command

Dumps the InfiniBand fabric management attributes.


smpdump [-s][-D][-h][-V][-C ca_name][-P ca_port][-t timeout] lid|dr_path attr [mod]



This InfiniBand command is a general purpose SMP utility that returns Subnet Manager attributes from a specified SMA. The output is in hexadecimal.


The following table describes the options to the smpdump command and their purposes:

Uses the directed path address. The path is a comma delimited sequence of out ports.
Displays send and receive errors.
Shows the GID address only.
Provides help.
Displays the version information.
Uses the specified channel adapter name.
Uses the specified channel adapter port.
Overrides the default timeout.

The following example shows how to display a raw dump of the InfiniBand management attributes for the directed path through ports 0 to 2, with attribute ID 0x19 with the smpdump command.

# smpdump D 0,2 0x19 1
0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1f03 0302
7452 0047 5040 0408 0805 f240 0000 0000
0000 0000 0088 0055 00ff ffff 0000 0000
SMP status: 0x8000
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