HP OpenVMS Systems Documentation
OpenVMS System Management Utilities Reference Manual
|CIRCUITS||Describes information about the virtual circuits on a system, such as the local port name, the remote port type and number, the number of connections on the circuit, and the circuit state.|
|CLUSTER||Displays general OpenVMS Cluster information, such as the time the cluster was formed, the last time a system joined or left the cluster, and the cluster quorum.|
|CONNECTIONS||Describes connections established over a virtual circuit, such as the names of the local and remote processes, and the state of the connection.|
|COUNTERS||Displays accumulated statistics on connection traffic, such as the number of application datagrams, and the number of application messages that have been sent or received.|
|CREDITS||Displays the send and receive credits for each connection.|
|ERRORS||Displays a count of errors that have occurred on each port, along with information related to reinitializing those ports.|
|LOCAL_PORTS||Describes the local system interface to the OpenVMS Cluster, such as the name, number, and status of each port, and the number of entries in the queues associated with each port.|
|MEMBERS||Contains node-specific information, such as each node's identification numbers, quorum status, and connection status.|
|SYSTEMS||Lists information about all systems in the OpenVMS Cluster, such as the node identification numbers, node names, hardware types, and software versions.|
Each class includes several fields of data. For example, the CIRCUITS class has 11 fields of information, the ERRORS class has 3 fields, the SYSTEMS class includes 10 fields, and so on. The ADD (Field) command in the Command Section contains a complete listing of fields within each class.
You can customize the SHOW CLUSTER display to include the information most important to your needs by dynamically adding and removing classes and fields. For example, if you add a field that belongs to the CLUSTER class or the LOCAL_PORTS class, SHOW CLUSTER adds the new column of information to the display.
By default, the SHOW CLUSTER display includes the NODE and SOFTWARE fields of the SYSTEMS class and the STATUS field of the MEMBERS class. Figure 19-1 presents a sample customized SHOW CLUSTER display in which the HW_TYPE, VOTES, and TRANSITION_TIME fields have been added to the default SHOW CLUSTER display.
Figure 19-1 Sample SHOW CLUSTER Report
Because SHOW CLUSTER information covers approximately 100 fields of data, the display can quickly extend beyond screen limits. Therefore, the utility provides mechanisms to help you control the display of data. These mechanisms include the following ones:
SHOW CLUSTER has a number of qualifiers and commands, and a definable keypad that allow you to customize the display. You can rearrange the position of windows, scroll their contents, or change the interval at which the display is updated. This chapter contains reference information for the SHOW CLUSTER qualifiers and commands. Appendix I describes how to use the keypad.
Over time, as you determine the most valuable classes and fields of data for the SHOW CLUSTER report, you can create a startup initialization file that establishes your default report format. You can also build command procedures and define a keypad to use while running SHOW CLUSTER interactively.
By customizing SHOW CLUSTER output, you can display only data that is relevant to your installation. Creating the initialization file SHOW_CLUSTER$INIT:SHOW_CLUSTER.INI is described in OpenVMS System Manager's Manual, Volume 2: Tuning, Monitoring, and Complex Systems.
By customizing the SHOW CLUSTER keypad, you can redefine default keypad functions to be more site specific. Using SHOW CLUSTER keypad commands is described in Appendix I.
The Show Cluster utility (SHOW CLUSTER) monitors the activity and performance of an OpenVMS Cluster system, and outputs the information to your default terminal or to a specified device or file.
SHOW CLUSTER [/qualifier[,...]]
None.Usage Summary To invoke SHOW CLUSTER, enter the following command:
$ SHOW CLUSTER
If you specify the command without any qualifiers, SHOW CLUSTER displays a single cluster report and then returns control to the DCL level. To invoke a continuous SHOW CLUSTER display, enter the following command:
$ SHOW CLUSTER/CONTINUOUS
In a continuous display, you can control report output with SHOW CLUSTER commands. You can direct SHOW CLUSTER output to a file or device other than to SYS$OUTPUT by specifying the /OUTPUT qualifier with the SHOW CLUSTER command.
To exit from a continuous display and return to the DCL level, enter
the EXIT command or press Ctrl/Z. To exit from SHOW CLUSTER without
erasing the screen, press Ctrl/C. To interrupt SHOW CLUSTER, press
19.3 SHOW CLUSTER Qualifiers
|/BEGINNING=time||Specifies the time that the SHOW CLUSTER session is to begin.|
|/CONTINUOUS||Controls whether SHOW CLUSTER runs as a continuously updating display.|
|/ENDING=time||Specifies the time that the SHOW CLUSTER session is to end.|
|/INTERVAL=seconds||Specifies the number of seconds that display information remains on the screen before it is updated.|
|/OUTPUT=file-spec||Directs the output from SHOW CLUSTER to the specified file instead of the current SYS$OUTPUT device.|
Specifies the time that the SHOW CLUSTER session is to begin. You can specify an absolute time, a delta time, or a combination of the two. Observe the syntax rules for time values described in the OpenVMS User's Manual.
If you specify a future time, your process is placed in a state of hibernation until the specified time. Use this qualifier with the /OUTPUT and /ENDING qualifiers to run SHOW CLUSTER without direct user intervention.
timeYou can specify time as an absolute time expressed as [dd-mmm-yyyy[:]] [hh:mm:ss.cc], or a delta time expressed as [dddd-][hh:mm:ss.cc], or a combination of the two. Observe the syntax rules for time values described in the OpenVMS User's Manual.
$ SHOW CLUSTER/BEGINNING=31-OCT-2000:20:30
In this example, specifying an absolute time, SHOW CLUSTER produces a single display at 8:30 P.M. on October 31, 2000.
$ SHOW CLUSTER/CONTINUOUS/BEGINNING=31-OCT-2000:21:30
In this example, specifying an absolute time, SHOW CLUSTER begins a continuous display at 9:30 P.M. on October 31, 2000.
$ SHOW CLUSTER/BEGINNING=7-:30
In this example, specifying a delta time, SHOW CLUSTER produces a single display 7 days and 30 minutes from now.
Controls whether SHOW CLUSTER runs as a continuously updating display. If you omit the qualifier, SHOW CLUSTER produces a single display and returns control to the DCL command level.
Running SHOW CLUSTER in the continuous mode allows you to use SHOW CLUSTER commands to control the display.
$ SHOW CLUSTER/CONTINUOUS
In this example, SHOW CLUSTER begins to display a continuous report that is updated every 15 seconds.
Specifies the time that the SHOW CLUSTER session is to end. You can specify an absolute time, a delta time, or a combination of the two. Observe the syntax rules for time values described in the OpenVMS User's Manual.
Use this qualifier with the /BEGINNING and /OUTPUT qualifiers to run SHOW CLUSTER without direct user intervention.
timeYou can specify time as an absolute time expressed as [dd-mmm-yyyy[:]][hh:mm:ss.cc], or a delta time expressed as [dddd-][hh:mm:s.cc], or a combination of the two. Observe the syntax rules for time values described in the OpenVMS User's Manual.
$ SHOW CLUSTER/CONTINUOUS/ENDING=31-OCT-2000:15:30
In this example, SHOW CLUSTER begins a continuous display now and ends the display at 3:30 P.M. on October 31, 2000.
Specifies the number of seconds that display information remains on the screen before it is updated. By default, the interval time is 15 seconds.
secondsThe number of seconds between display updates.
$ SHOW CLUSTER/INTERVAL=5
In this example, SHOW CLUSTER displays a continuous report that is updated every 5 seconds.
Directs the output from SHOW CLUSTER to the specified file instead of the current SYS$OUTPUT device.
SHOW CLUSTER output is always in printable file format, regardless of the file or device type specified. Output can be up to 132 columns wide and can be sent to any file, terminal, or print device.
You can also direct output to a file with the WRITE command.
file-specThe name of the file or device to which SHOW CLUSTER output is directed. The default file name is SHOW_CLUSTER.LIS.
You can direct output to a device other than SYS$OUTPUT by specifying a valid device name.
$ SHOW CLUSTER/OUTPUT=[OMALLEY]CLUSTER
In this example, SHOW CLUSTER produces one report and directs it to the file CLUSTER.LIS;1 in the directory OMALLEY.
19.4 SHOW CLUSTER Commands
Once you start a continuous SHOW CLUSTER display session, you can use
SHOW CLUSTER commands to control the session. The following table
describes each command.
|@ (Execute Procedure)||Executes a command procedure file that contains SHOW CLUSTER commands.|
|ADD CIRCUITS||Adds all currently enabled CIRCUITS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|ADD CLUSTER||Adds all currently enabled CLUSTER class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|ADD CONNECTIONS||Adds all currently enabled CONNECTIONS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display. Optionally, the command adds connections according to state or name.|
|ADD COUNTERS||Adds all currently enabled COUNTERS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|ADD CREDITS||Adds all currently enabled CREDITS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|ADD ERRORS||Adds all currently enabled ERRORS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|ADD (Field)||Enables the display of specific fields of SHOW CLUSTER information.|
|ADD LOCAL_PORTS||Adds all currently enabled LOCAL_PORTS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTERS display.|
|ADD MEMBERS||Adds all currently enabled MEMBERS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|ADD SYSTEMS||Adds all currently enabled SYSTEMS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display for all active systems or for selected systems.|
|DEFINE/KEY||Associates an equivalence string and set of attributes with a key on the terminal keyboard.|
|DESELECT||Terminates the selection of a previously selected window.|
|EXIT||Terminates the SHOW CLUSTER display and returns control to the DCL command level.|
|HELP||Provides online help information for using SHOW CLUSTER commands, parameters, and qualifiers. Press Ctrl/Z to exit.|
|INITIALIZE||Resets the display using the original default values for field names, class names, and field widths. It also restores any systems that were removed from the display by the REMOVE SYSTEMS command.|
|MOVE||Moves a selected window to a specified position.|
|PAN||Exhibits a wide display area, a part at a time, as though being unrolled.|
|REFRESH||Clears the screen, removes extraneous characters, and updates all fields.|
|REMOVE CIRCUITS||Removes CIRCUITS class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|REMOVE CLUSTER||Removes CLUSTER class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|REMOVE CONNECTIONS||Removes CONNECTIONS class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|REMOVE COUNTERS||Removes COUNTERS class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|REMOVE CREDITS||Removes CREDITS class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|REMOVE ERRORS||Removes ERRORS class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|REMOVE (Field)||Disables the display of specific fields of SHOW CLUSTER information.|
|REMOVE LOCAL_PORTS||Removes LOCAL_PORTS class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|REMOVE MEMBERS||Removes MEMBERS class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|REMOVE SYSTEMS||Removes SYSTEMS class information from the SHOW CLUSTER display.|
|SAVE||Allows you to build a startup initialization file or a command procedure that creates the current display so you can restore the display at a later time.|
|SCROLL||Scrolls a window.|
|SELECT||Designates which window to scroll or move.|
|SET AUTO_POSITIONING||Enables or disables the automatic positioning of windows within a display.|
|SET (Field)||Modifies the characteristics of particular fields within the display.|
|SET FUNCTION||Enables one of the following SHOW CLUSTER functions: EDIT, MOVE, PAN, or SCROLL.|
|SET INTERVAL||Changes the interval time between display updates. The default interval time is 15 seconds.|
|SET SCREEN||Sets the terminal to a display of up to 511 columns.|
|WRITE||Outputs the current display to a file that can be printed on a hardcopy device.|
Executes a command procedure file that contains SHOW CLUSTER commands.
file-specSpecifies the name of the file that contains the commands to be executed. If you omit the file type, the default file type .COM is used. No wildcard characters are allowed in the file specification.
The execute procedure (@) command allows you to execute a set of SHOW CLUSTER commands that are contained in a file. For example, a command procedure file might contain a set of commands to customize a SHOW CLUSTER display. You can use any valid SHOW CLUSTER commands in the command procedure.
You can nest command procedures up to 16 levels deep.
SHOW CLUSTER looks for the command procedure in the directory specified by the logical name SHOW_CLUSTER$INIT. If SHOW_CLUSTER$INIT is not defined or does not include a directory specification, the utility looks for the command procedure in the current default directory.
This command executes the command procedure MYFILE.COM. Because no file type is specified, the file type defaults to .COM.
Adds all currently enabled CIRCUITS class fields to the SHOW CLUSTER display. The CIRCUITS class contains information about the virtual circuits on systems in the cluster.
ADD CIRCUITS [/qualifier[,...]]
/ALLSpecifies that all fields in this class are added to the display.
/TYPE=ALLSpecifies that all types of circuits be included in the display, including formative, open, and closing circuits.
/TYPE=NOOPENControls whether either open circuits or nonopen circuits are added to the display.
The ADD CIRCUITS command adds CIRCUITS class information to the SHOW CLUSTER display. This information includes data for all currently enabled fields in the CIRCUITS class. By default, the RPORT_NUM (remote port number), RP_TYPE (remote port type), and CIR_STATE (circuit state) fields are enabled. For a list of valid CIRCUITS class fields, see the ADD (Field) command.
Use the ADD CIRCUITS command together with the REMOVE CIRCUITS command to turn the display of CIRCUITS class information on and off. If you remove the CIRCUITS class from the display and add it again without changing any fields, all of the same fields are displayed again. If, however, you remove the CIRCUITS class and add new CIRCUITS class fields, all previously enabled fields are disabled, and only the newly added fields are displayed.
COMMAND> ADD CIRCUITS
This command adds CIRCUITS class information to the display. This information includes all types of circuits for all enabled CIRCUITS class fields.
COMMAND> ADD CIRCUITS/TYPE=OPEN
This command adds all open circuits to the SHOW CLUSTER display.
COMMAND> REMOVE CIRCUITS COMMAND> ADD RP_OWNER COMMAND> REMOVE CIRCUITS . . . COMMAND> ADD CIRCUITS
The ADD CIRCUITS command in this example sequence adds CIRCUITS class information to the SHOW CLUSTER display. The REMOVE CIRCUITS command removes the CIRCUITS class from the display. The ADD RP_OWNER command adds the CIRCUITS class field RP_OWNER to the display. As a result, all other CIRCUITS class fields are disabled. When the CIRCUITS class is removed and added again, only the RP_OWNER field is displayed.