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Sets the Subnet Manager priority.
where priority is a number from 0 (lowest) to 13 (highest).
This hardware command sets the priority of the Subnet Manager within the management controller. You use this command when there are multiple Subnet Managers in the InfiniBand fabric. By setting a Subnet Manager to a higher priority than another Subnet Manager, it becomes the primary (or Master) Subnet Manager. When you set a Subnet Manager to a priority lower than another Subnet Manager, it becomes the secondary Subnet Manager. The list option provides a listing of the Subnet Manager settings in respect to priority, controlled handover, and subnet prefix.
The setsmpriority command writes the value of priority to the sm_priority parameter of the configuration file.
Note - You must stop or disable the Subnet Manager before using the setsmpriority command. See disablesm Command.
Note - Setting Subnet Managers of the same fabric to the same priority can have undesirable results.
The setsmpriority command is available from the /SYS/Fabric_Mgmt Linux shell target of the Oracle ILOM CLI interface.
This example shows how to set the priority of the Subnet Manager to 5 using the setsmpriority command.
# setsmpriority 5 Current SM settings: smpriority 5 controlled_handover FALSE subnet_prefix 0xfe80000000000000 M_Key None #
This example shows how to display the current settings of the Subnet Manager priority, controlled handover, subnet prefix, and M_Key value, with the list argument of the setsmpriority command.
# setsmpriority list smpriority 0 controlled_handover FALSE subnet_prefix 0xfe80000000000000 M_Key None #