Cisco High-Performance Subnet Manager for InfiniBand Server Switches, Release 1.3
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Table Of Contents

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show config

show db-sync

show lft

show mft

show multicast

show neighbor

show node

show other-sm

show partition

show pm connection counters

show pm connection monitors

show pm cumulative counters

show pm cumulative error counters

show pm monitor config

show pm monitored ports

show pm port counter access

show pm port counters

show pm threshold

show port

show route

show route-around

show service

show sl-vl-mapping

show sl-vl-mapping-config

show span

show subscription

show switch

show version

show vl-arbitration

show vl-arbitration-config


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This chapter includes the following commands::

show config

show db-sync

show lft

show mft

show multicast

show neighbor

show node

show other-sm

show partition

show pm connection counters

show pm connection monitors

show pm cumulative counters

show pm cumulative error counters

show pm monitor config

show pm monitored ports

show pm port counter access

show pm port counters

show pm threshold

show port

show route

show route-around

show service

show sl-vl-mapping

show sl-vl-mapping-config

show span

show subscription

show switch

show version

show vl-arbitration

show vl-arbitration-config

show config

To display the current values of various tunable subnet manager parameters and the current state of the Subnet Manager, use the show config command.

show config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the results of the configuration commands that you use and to view the current state of the subnet manager.

Examples

ib_sm> show config

  ==============================================================================
                          Subnet Manager Configuration
  ==============================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                          guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:25
                      priority : 11
                        sm-key : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
                   oper-status : master
                     act-count : 3319
           sweep-interval(sec) : 10
        response-timeout(msec) : 200
                   mad-retries : 5
                  node-timeout : 10
     master-poll-interval(sec) : 3
           master-poll-retries : 2
                max-active-sms : 0
              LID-mask-control : 0
              switch-life-time : 18
               sw-link-hoqlife : 18
               ca-link-hoqlife : 18
                      max-hops : 64
          wait-report-response : false
            sa-mad-queue-depth : 256
            local-node-retries : 10
               qos-admin-state : disabled
            max-operational-vl : auto-link
           min-vl-cap-detected : vl0-v17 
          max-multicast-groups : 20480
           max-multicast-ports : 12288
            max-multicast-lids : 1024
     multicast-lid-overloading : enabled
        ipv6-ND-group-bundling : enabled

Related Commands

This command relates to many commands in the Configure Commands chapter.

show db-sync

To display the current configuration and status of the database synchronization (db-sync) feature, use the show db-sync command.

show db-sync [sm-list]

Syntax Description

sm-list

(Optional) Displays the list of all standby subnet managers that are selected to synchronize with the master subnet manager.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to determine the status and control parameters of the Database Synchronization feature.

Examples

ib_sm> show db-sync

================================================================================
                        DB Sync Configuration and Status
================================================================================
              protocol-version : 25
                   admin-state : enabled
                max-dbsync-sms : 1
          session-timeout(sec) : 10
            poll-interval(sec) : 3
        cold-sync-timeout(sec) : 10
               cold-sync-limit : 2
         cold-sync-period(sec) : 900
        new-session-delay(sec) : 120
          resync-interval(sec) : 3600
                         state : not in-sync

ib_sm> show db-sync sm-list

================================================================================
                                 DB Synchronizing SMs
================================================================================
                     port-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:ab
                   entry-state : active
                 session-state : active
  session-timeout-current(sec) : 10
    poll-interval-current(sec) : 3
new-session-delay-current(sec) : 120
  resync-interval-current(sec) : 3027
                         state : in-sync

Related Commands

config db-sync cold-sync-limit, page 3-5

config db-sync cold-sync-period, page 3-6

config db-sync cold-sync-timeout, page 3-7

config db-sync disable, page 3-8

config db-sync enable, page 3-9

config db-sync max-dbsync-sms, page 3-10

config db-sync new-session-delay, page 3-11

config db-sync poll-interval, page 3-12

config db-sync resync-interval, page 3-13

config db-sync session-timeout, page 3-14

show lft

To display the contents of the linear forwarding tables on switches in the subnet, use the show lft command.

show lft [-n guid] [-l lid] [-q]

Syntax Description

-n

(Optional) Displays only the linear forwarding table for the switch with the specified GUID.

guid

(Optional) Specifies a switch.

-l

(Optional) Displays only the linear forwarding table for the specified LID.

lid

(Optional) Specifies a LID.

-q

(Optional) Queries actual switches in the network and shows the result instead of displaying the internal cached copy of the data in the Subnet Manager.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the linear forwarding table for each switch node.

Examples

ib_sm> show lft

================================================================================
                            Linear Forwarding Table
================================================================================
node-guid                   lid          port      
---------                   ---          ---- 

00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04     2            0         
00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04     3            1         
00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04     889          18        
00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04     897          17        
00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04     905          5         
00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04     913          6 

Related Commands

show node

show mft

To display the multicast forwarding tables on switches in the subnet, use the show mft command.

show mft [-n guid] [-l mlid] [-q]

Syntax Description

-n

(Optional) Displays only the MFT for the switch with the specified GUID.

guid

(Optional) Specifies a switch.

-l

(Optional) Displays only the MFT for the specified multicast LID.

mlid

(Optional) Specifies a MLID.

-q

(Optional) Queries the actual switches in the network and shows the results instead of displaying the copy of the data cached internally in the Subnet Manager.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the multicast forwarding table for each switch node.

Examples

ib_sm> show mft

================================================================================
                           Multicast Forwarding Table
================================================================================
node-guid                   mlid         port-mask(0, 1, 2 ...)
---------                   ----         ----------------------
00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04     49152        0x60     0x4      
00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04     49153        0x60     0x4      

Related Commands

show node

show multicast

To display the multicast groups in the subnet, use the show multicast command.

show multicast [-s] [-m gid]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays only a summary for each multicast group. The summary includes group details but not group members.

-m

(Optional) Displays only the multicast group specified by gid.

gid

(Optional) Specifies the Global ID of the multicast group to display.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the multicast groups in the subnet.

Examples

ib_sm> show multicast


================================================================================
                              All Multicast Groups
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                          mgid : ff:12:40:1b:ff:ff:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:01
                         q-key : 00:00:00:0b
                          mlid : 49153
                           mtu : 2048
                       t-class : 0
                         p_key : ff:ff
                          rate : 2500 mbps
              packet-life-time : 2
                            sl : 0
                    flow-label : 00:00:00
                     hop-limit : 0
                         scope : link-local
               user-configured : false

       multicast-group-members :
                      port-gid : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:1d
                    join-state : full-member 
                    proxy-join : false

                      port-gid : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:25
                    join-state : full-member 
                    proxy-join : false

                      port-gid : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:65
                    join-state : full-member 
                    proxy-join : false

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                          mgid : ff:12:40:1b:ff:ff:00:00:00:00:00:00:ff:ff:ff:ff
                         q-key : 00:00:00:0b
                          mlid : 49152
                           mtu : 2048
                       t-class : 0
                         p_key : ff:ff
                          rate : 2500 mbps
              packet-life-time : 2
                            sl : 0
                    flow-label : 00:00:00
                     hop-limit : 0
                         scope : link-local
               user-configured : false

       multicast-group-members :
                      port-gid : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:1d
                    join-state : full-member 
                    proxy-join : false

                      port-gid : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:25
                    join-state : full-member 
                    proxy-join : false

                      port-gid : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:65
                    join-state : full-member 
                    proxy-join : false

Related Commands

config multicast-group-ib create, page 3-31

config multicast-group-ib delete, page 3-33

config multicast-group-ipoib create, page 3-34

config multicast-group-ipoib delete, page 3-36

show neighbor

To display the neighbors in the subnet so that you can describe the physical topology of the subnet, use the show neighbor command.


Note In an InfiniBand fabric, neighbors are two ports connected by a link.


show neighbor [-s] [-c [chassis_guid]] | [-n node_guid]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays a summary line per neighbor.

-c

(Optional) Displays inter-chassis links only.

chassis_guid

(Optional) Specifies the specific chassis to display.

-n

(Optional) Displays only links that connect to a given node.

node_guid

(Optional) Specifies the node to display.



Note A chassis GUID is the unique GUID that identifies a chassis. It is based on the system image GUID of any switch node inside the chassis, with the fifth byte zeroed.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to determine which devices directly connect to one another.

If the [-c [chassis-guid]] option is given, only inter-chassis links are shown.

Examples

ib_sm> show neighbor

================================================================================
                        Subnet Management Neighbor List
================================================================================
          local-node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
          local-node-type : switch
               local-port : 5
         remote-node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:1c
         remote-node-type : CA
              remote-port : 1
               link-state : active

          local-node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
          local-node-type : switch
               local-port : 6
         remote-node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:64
         remote-node-type : CA
              remote-port : 1
               link-state : active

Related Commands

show node

show route

show node

To display information about one node in the subnet (a switch, a channel adapter, or a router) or all nodes, use the show node command.

show node [-s] [-n guid]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Provides a summary line for each node.

-n

(Optional) Provides information for only the node with the specified GUID.

guid

(Optional) Node GUID, in hexadecimal notation, of the single node to view.


Defaults

Shows the node information of all switch, channel adapter, and router nodes discovered in the fabric.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the switches and hosts on the network.

Examples

ib_sm> show node
================================================================================
                            Subnet Management Nodes
================================================================================
         system-image-guid : 00:05:ad:03:01:01:60:04
                 node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
               description : Cisco Switch SFS7000
              base-version : 1
             class-version : 1
                      type : switch
                 num-ports : 24
                 port-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
             partition-cap : 8
                 device-id : b924
                  revision : 000001a1
             local-portnum : 18
                 vendor-id : 00:05:ad
            mirror-capable : slvl-map, mirroring

         system-image-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e4:4f
                 node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e4:4c
               description : ibmg-r2-1850-2.cisco.com HCA-1 (Topspin HCAe)
              base-version : 1
             class-version : 1
                      type : CA
                 num-ports : 2
                 port-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e4:4d
             partition-cap : 64
                 device-id : 6278
                  revision : 000000a0
             local-portnum : 1
                 vendor-id : 00:05:ad
            mirror-capable : no-mirroring

Related Commands

show neighbor

show other-sm

To display other subnet managers in the subnet, use the show other-sm command.

show other-sm [-p port-guid] [-s]

Syntax Description

-p

(Optional) Displays only an Subnet Manager on the specified port.

port-guid

(Optional) Displays the 64-bit GUID of the port to which a Subnet Manager is bound.

-s

(Optional) Displays a summary of the output.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

When you run this command on the master subnet manager, all other Subnet Managers appear in the output. When you run this command on a standby Subnet Manager, only the master Subnet Manager appears in the output.

Examples

ib_sm> show other-sm

================================================================================
                         Subnet Managers in the subnet
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     port-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                        sm-key : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
                      priority : 10
                      sm-state : standby
                     act-count : 97

Related Commands

show config

show db-sync

show node

show partition

To display the partitions in the subnet, use the show partition command.

show partition [-s] [-k p_key] [-n guid [-p port]]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays only a three-line summary for each partition.

-k

(Optional) Displays only information on a given partition key.

p_key

(Optional) Identifies the partition key to display.

-n

(Optional) Displays partition keys only for the node given.

guid

(Optional) Identifies the node to display.

-p

(Optional) Displays partition keys only for the port given.

port

(Optional) Identifies the port to display.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the partitions on the subnet.

Examples

ib_sm> show partition

================================================================================
                                 All Partitions
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                         p-key : ff:ff
						 ipoib : enabled

             partition-members : 
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 0
                   member-type : full

                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e4:4c
                      port-num : 1
                   member-type : full

                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:1c
                      port-num : 1
                   member-type : full

Related Commands

config partition key, page 3-39

config partition key ipoib, page 3-41

config partition member add, page 3-43

config partition member remove, page 3-44

config partition member type, page 3-45

show pm connection counters

To display all port counters for ports along a given path, use the show pm connection counters command.

show pm connection counters src-lid dst-lid

Syntax Description

src-lid

Specifies the source LID of the path.

dst-lid

Specifies the destination LID of the path.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to display counters on one path.

Examples

ib_sm> show pm connection counters 904 888
================================================================================
                   PM Port Counters for specified connection
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:1c
                      port-num : 1
                  chassis-guid : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
                      slot-num : 0
                  ext-port-num : 0
                 data-is-valid : true
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 4
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 4294967295
                      rcv-data : 4294967295
                     xmit-pkts : 480740164
                      rcv-pkts : 482000972

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 5
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 5
                 data-is-valid : true
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 2
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 4294967295
                      rcv-data : 4294967295
                     xmit-pkts : 481029078
                      rcv-pkts : 479773158

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 18
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 18
                 data-is-valid : true
                 symbol-errors : 65535
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 1
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 17
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 4294967295
                      rcv-data : 4294967295
                     xmit-pkts : 546524355
                      rcv-pkts : 546915528

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:24
                      port-num : 1
                  chassis-guid : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
                      slot-num : 0
                  ext-port-num : 0
                 data-is-valid : true
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 1
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 2
                     xmit-data : 4294967295
                      rcv-data : 4294967295
                     xmit-pkts : 480573751
                      rcv-pkts : 480226164

Related Commands

config pm connection monitor, page 3-47

show pm connection monitors

To display the connections that the PM is currently monitoring, use the show pm connection monitors command.

show pm connection monitors [-s src-lid -d dst-lid]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays only monitors from a specified source LID.

src-lid

(Optional) Specifies a source LID.

-d

(Optional) Displays only monitors from a specified destination LID.

dst-lid

(Optional) Specifies a destination LID.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this display to view monitored connections.

Examples

ib_sm> show pm connection monitors

================================================================================
                          All PM Monitored Connections
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                       src-lid : 904
                       dst-lid : 888
                  error-status : not exceeded
            utilization-status : exceeded
                   port-errors : 0
            utilization-errors : 2
                    port-error : 1
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:1c
                      port-num : 1
                  chassis-guid : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
                      slot-num : 0
                  ext-port-num : 0
                    error-type : xmit-rate
                    port-error : 2
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:24
                      port-num : 1
                  chassis-guid : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
                      slot-num : 0
                  ext-port-num : 0
                    error-type : rcv-rate

Related Commands

config pm connection monitor, page 3-47

show pm cumulative counters

To display the cumulative counters for the monitored ports in the network, use the
show pm cumulative counters command.

show pm cumulative counters [-n guid [-p port]]

Syntax Description

-n

(Optional) Displays counters only for a specified node.

guid

(Optional) Specifies a node.

-p

(Optional) Displays counters only for a specified port.

port

(Optional) Specifies a port.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Unlike the show pm port counters command, the cumulative counters do not latch at 32-bits; they are all 64-bit quantities. The counters can be seen on port 5 in the example output.

Examples

ib_sm> show pm cumulative counters -n 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04

================================================================================
               All PM Cumulative Port Counters for specified node
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 1
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 1
                 data-is-valid : true
                  error-status : not exceeded
            utilization-status : not exceeded
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 7137576
                      rcv-data : 7095816
                     xmit-pkts : 99133
                      rcv-pkts : 98553
                     xmit-rate : 0 %
                      rcv-rate : 0 %
...
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 5
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 5
                 data-is-valid : true
                  error-status : not exceeded
            utilization-status : exceeded
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 131390609
                      rcv-data : 9033677402
                     xmit-pkts : 5911654
                      rcv-pkts : 17433824
                     xmit-rate : 0 %
                      rcv-rate : 0 %

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 6
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 6
                 data-is-valid : true
                  error-status : not exceeded
            utilization-status : not exceeded
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 238392
                      rcv-data : 238392
                     xmit-pkts : 3311
                      rcv-pkts : 3311
                     xmit-rate : 0 %
                      rcv-rate : 0 %

Related Commands

config pm monitor state, page 3-51

show pm cumulative error counters

To display the cumulative counters for ports that have exceeded the monitored threshold on any field, use the show pm cumulative error counters command.

show pm cumulative error counters [-n guid [-p port]]

Syntax Description

-n

(Optional) Displays counters only for a specified node.

guid

(Optional) Specifies a node.

-p

(Optional) Displays counters only for a specified port.

port

(Optional) Specifies a port.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the cumulative number of counters on ports.

Examples

ib_sm> show pm cumulative error counters


================================================================================
                     All PM Cumulative Error Port Counters
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 5
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 5
                 data-is-valid : true
                  error-status : not exceeded
            utilization-status : exceeded
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 30714320
                      rcv-data : 2127951866
                     xmit-pkts : 1357607
                      rcv-pkts : 4106365
                     xmit-rate : 0 %
                      rcv-rate : 23 %

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 18
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 18
                 data-is-valid : true
                  error-status : not exceeded
            utilization-status : exceeded
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 2132724002
                      rcv-data : 31795018
                     xmit-pkts : 4127798
                      rcv-pkts : 1374226
                     xmit-rate : 23 %
                      rcv-rate : 0 %

Related Commands

config pm monitor state, page 3-51

config pm threshold, page 3-54

show pm monitor config

To display the PM monitoring configuration, use the show pm monitor config command.

show pm monitor config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

The configuration values displayed are state, poll-interval, and start-delay.

Examples

ib_sm> show pm monitor config

================================================================================
                            PM monitor configuration
================================================================================
                         state : enabled-cisco-switches
                 poll-interval : 30 seconds
                   start-delay : 5 seconds

Related Commands

config pm monitor poll-interval, page 3-49

config pm monitor start-delay, page 3-50

config pm monitor state, page 3-51

show pm monitored ports

To display a list of ports that the user has explicitly configured to be monitored by the PM, use the show pm monitored ports command.

show pm monitored ports [-n guid [-p port]]

Syntax Description

-n

(Optional) Displays ports only for a specified node.

guid

(Optional) Specifies a node.

-p

(Optional) Displays only a specified port.

port

(Optional) Specifies a port.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to display monitored ports.

Examples

ib_sm> show pm monitored ports


================================================================================
                             All PM Monitored Ports
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e5:64
                      port-num : 1

Related Commands

config pm monitored port, page 3-52

show pm port counter access

To identify if access to PM port counters is enabled or disabled, use the show pm port counter access command.

show pm port counter access

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Access appears as enabled or disabled.

Examples

ib_sm> show pm port counter access 
================================================================================
                             PM Port Counter Access
================================================================================
           port-counter-access : enabled 

Related Commands

config pm port counter access, page 3-53

show pm port counters

To display port counters in the network, use the show pm port counters command.

show pm port counters [-n guid [-p port]]

Syntax Description

-n

(Optional) Displays counters for a specified node only.

guid

(Optional) Specifies a node with a node guid.

-p

(Optional) Displays counters for a specified port only.

port

(Optional) Specifies a port with a port number.


Defaults

No default behavior or values.

Usage Guidelines

This command shows all counters that the user requests (unless the -n and possibly -p options are given).

Examples

ib_sm> show pm port counters -n 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04

================================================================================
                    All PM Port Counters for specified node
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 1
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 1
                 data-is-valid : true
                 symbol-errors : 65535
          link-recovery-errors : 9
                    link-downs : 14
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 60
        xmit-constraint-errors : 60
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 36746496
                      rcv-data : 36532368
                     xmit-pkts : 510368
                      rcv-pkts : 507394

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 5
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 5
                 data-is-valid : true
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 2
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 4294967295
                      rcv-data : 4294967295
                     xmit-pkts : 477767680
                      rcv-pkts : 470032589

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 6
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 6
                 data-is-valid : true
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 9
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 4294967295
                      rcv-data : 4294967295
                     xmit-pkts : 206618086
                      rcv-pkts : 206562365
...
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
                      port-num : 24
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:03:00:01:60:04
                      slot-num : 1
                  ext-port-num : 24
                 data-is-valid : true
                 symbol-errors : 0
          link-recovery-errors : 0
                    link-downs : 0
                    rcv-errors : 0
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : 0
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : 0
                 xmit-discards : 0
        xmit-constraint-errors : 0
         rcv-constraint-errors : 0
   local-link-integrity-errors : 0
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : 0
                 vl15-droppeds : 0
                     xmit-data : 0
                      rcv-data : 0
                     xmit-pkts : 0
                      rcv-pkts : 0

Related Commands

config pm port counter access, page 3-53

show pm threshold

To display details of ports in the subnet, use the show pm threshold command.

show pm threshold

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

If the command displays "none," no threshold has been set.

Examples

ib_sm> show pm threshold

================================================================================
                                 PM thresholds
================================================================================
                 symbol-errors : none
          link-recovery-errors : none
                    link-downs : none
                    rcv-errors : none
         rcv-remote-phy-errors : none
       rcv-switch-relay-errors : none
                 xmit-discards : none
        xmit-constraint-errors : none
         rcv-constraint-errors : none
   local-link-integrity-errors : none
  excessive-buf-overrun-errors : none
                 vl15-droppeds : none
                     xmit-rate : 1 %
                      rcv-rate : 1 %

Related Commands

config pm threshold, page 3-54

show port

To display InfiniBand port information for one port or all ports on one node or all ports of all nodes in the IB subnet, use the show port command.

show port [-s] [-n guid [-p port]]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Prints a summary line for each port.

-n

(Optional) Prints only information for the node specified by guid.

guid

(Optional) Specifies the one node for which the command displays information.

-p

(Optional) Prints only information for the port specified by port.

port

(Optional) Specifies the one port for which the command displays information.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the attributes of the ports on the network.

Examples

ib_sm> show port -s

================================================================================
                          Subnet Manager Port Summary
================================================================================
node-guid                port  lid   state      link
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  0     20    active     4x-sdr
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  1     0     active     4x-sdr
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  2     0     down       4x-sdr
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  3     0     down       4x-sdr
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  4     0     down       4x-sdr
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  5     0     down       4x-sdr
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  6     0     down       4x-sdr

Related Commands

show neighbor

show node

show route

To display the switches that data traverses on the path from one LID to another, use the show route command.

show route {[-s] [-c] src-lid dst-lid | list}

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays summarized output in tabular format

-c

(Optional) Displays the switch chassis instead of the individual switch chips.

src-lid

Specifies the source LID of the path.

dst-lid

Specifies the destination LID of the path.

list

Displays a summary list of all routes.



Note A chassis GUID is the unique GUID that identifies a chassis. It is based on the system image GUID of any switch node inside the chassis, with the fifth byte zeroed.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to track the switches that data traverses on a path.

Examples

ib_sm> show port -s

00:05:ad:00:00:03:2e:60  1     21    active     4x-sdr
00:05:ad:00:00:03:2e:60  2     22    active     4x-sdr
00:05:ad:00:00:04:82:bc  1     825   active     4x-sdr

ib_sm> show route -c -s 825 22


================================================================================
                         SM Route Chassis Summary View
================================================================================
chassis-guid             input-port output-port
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
00:06:6a:08:00:00:01:0b  10/5       2/6
00:05:ad:03:00:00:18:5d  1/1        1/12

ib_sm> show route -s 825 22


================================================================================
                          SM Switch Route Summary View
================================================================================
node-guid               input-port output-port input-rate output-rate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
00:06:6a:00:01:00:01:e6 5          16          10 gbps    10 gbps
00:06:6a:00:04:00:01:52 22         19          10 gbps    10 gbps
00:06:6a:00:01:00:02:30 13         6           10 gbps    10 gbps
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d 1          12          10 gbps    10 gbps

ib_sm> show route 825 22

================================================================================
                                SM Switch Route
================================================================================
                   src-lid : 825
                   dst-lid : 22

                 node-guid : 00:06:6a:00:01:00:01:e6
                input-port : 5
               output-port : 16
                input-rate : 10 gbps
               output-rate : 10 gbps

                 node-guid : 00:06:6a:00:04:00:01:52
                input-port : 22
               output-port : 19
                input-rate : 10 gbps
               output-rate : 10 gbps

                 node-guid : 00:06:6a:00:01:00:02:30
                input-port : 13
               output-port : 6
                input-rate : 10 gbps
               output-rate : 10 gbps

                 node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d
                input-port : 1
               output-port : 12
                input-rate : 10 gbps
               output-rate : 10 gbps

Related Commands

show neighbor

show route-around

To show the route-around entries that have been configured by the user, use the show route-around command.

show route-around [-s] [-c chassis-guid] [-n node-guid [-p port]]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays a summary of route-around entries.

-c

(Optional) Displays only the entry with the matching chassis GUID.

chassis-guid

(Optional) Displays the ID of the specified chassis.

-n

(Optional) Displays the specified node.

node-guid

(Optional) Displays only the entry with the matching node GUID.

-p

(Optional) Displays the specified port.

port

(Optional) Displays only the entry with the matching port GUID.



Note A chassis GUID is the unique GUID that identifies a chassis. It is based on the system image GUID of any switch node inside the chassis, with the fifth byte zeroed.


Defaults

This command has no default values.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to show the route-around entries that have been configured.

Examples

ib_sm> show route-around

================================================================================
                            All Route-Around entries
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                          type : chassis
                  chassis-guid : 00:05:ad:00:01:00:d0:50

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                          type : node
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:0c:1d

                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                          type : port
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:0c:19
                      port-num : 5

Related Commands

config route-around chassis, page 3-60

config route-around node, page 3-61

config route-around port, page 3-62

show service

To show the IB services available to the subnet, use the show service command.

show service [-s] [-i svc-id | -g svc-gid | -p p_key]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays a summary line for each service.

-i

(Optional) Displays only services with a specified service ID.

svc-id

(Optional) Specifies a service ID.

-g

(Optional) Displays only services with a specified port GID.

svc-gid

(Optional) Specifies a port GID.

-p

(Optional) Displays only services with a specified partition key.

p_key

(Optional) Specifies a partition key.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the services that run on your subnet.

Examples

ib_sm> show service

================================================================================
                                  All Services
================================================================================
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                    service-id : 10:00:0c:e1:00:41:54:53
                   service-gid : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:05:ad:00:00:00:16:61
                 service-p-key : ff:ff
                 service-lease : indefinite
                   service-key : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
                  service-name : DAPL Address Translation Service
                  service-data :
                        data-8 : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:c0:a8:00:53
                       data-16 : 0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000
                       data-32 : 00000000:00000000:00000000:00000000
                       data-64 : 0000000000000000:0000000000000000

Related Commands

show node

show sl-vl-mapping

To display the SL-to-VL mapping tables of ports in the subnet, use the show sl-vl mapping command.

show sl-vl-mapping [-n node-guid [-p port-num]] [-s]

Syntax Description

-n

(Optional) Displays the mapping tables for the ports of a given node.

node-guid

(Optional) Specifies the GUID of a node.

-p

(Optional) Displays the mapping table for the given port.

port-num

(Optional) Specifies a port number.

-s

(Optional) Displays the programming status of the SL-to-VL mapping tables.


Command Default

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the SL-to-VL mapping tables of ports in the subnet.

Examples

ib_sm> show sl-vl-mapping -n 00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa

================================================================================
                            SL To VL Mapping Tables
================================================================================
node-guid                  input-port/output-port     sl          vl
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        0           0
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        1           1
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        2           2
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        3           3
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        4           4
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        5           5
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        6           6
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        7           7
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        8           0
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        9           1
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        10          2
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        11          3
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        12          4
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        13          5
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        14          6
00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa    1/1                        15          7

Related Commands

config sl-vl-mapping oper-vl add, page 3-65

config sl-vl-mapping oper-vl apply, page 3-67

config sl-vl-mapping oper-vl delete, page 3-68

show sl-vl-mapping-config

show sl-vl-mapping-config

To display the user-provisioned SL-to-VL mapping profiles, use the show sl-vl-mapping-config command.

show sl-vl-mapping-config [-s]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays the summary view of the SL- to-VL mapping profiles that are configured.


Command Default

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the user-provisioned SL-to-VL mapping profiles.

Examples

ib_sm> show sl-vl-mapping-config -s

  ==============================================================================
                     SL To VL Mapping Profiles Summary View
  ==============================================================================
                  oper-VL : vl0-vl7
                   status : configuration in progress

Related Commands

config sl-vl-mapping oper-vl add, page 3-65

config sl-vl-mapping oper-vl apply, page 3-67

config sl-vl-mapping oper-vl delete, page 3-68

show sl-vl-mapping

show span

To show the port SPANs that are configured by the user, use the show span command.

show span [-s]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays a summary view of each configured SPAN.


Command Default

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

This command shows the port SPANs that are configured by the user, and it shows the port SPAN status.

When a SPAN is in the inactive state, the reason is listed in the state-detail field. The reasons in state-detail include the following:

Pending-configuration—Subnet Manager is processing the request.

Path-not-found—SPAN is in inactive state due to either the src-port or the dst-port of the SPAN is not in active state or has a user configured route-around on it.

SM-node-neighbor—Node connected to either the src-port or the dst-port has a Subnet Manager running on it.

Non-HCA-neighbor—Node connected to either the src-port or the dst-port is not an HCA.

Non-switch-node—Node GUID specified for the SPAN is not an IB switch node.

Mirror-incapable-node—Node GUID specified for the SPAN is not capable of mirroring packets.

Examples

ib_sm> show span
================================================================================
                              All Spanning entries
================================================================================
                 src-node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d
                      src-port : 17
                 dst-node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d
                      dst-port : 19
                         state : active
                  state-detail : none

ib_sm> show span -s
================================================================================
                              All Spanning entries
================================================================================
src-node-guid            src-port  dst-node-guid            dst-port  state
================================================================================
00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  17        00:05:ad:00:00:00:18:5d  19        active

Related Commands

config span, page 3-70

show subscription

To display the ports in the subnet that have subscribed with the Subnet Manager for event notifications, use the show subscription command.

show subscription [-s] [-l lid | -n guid]

This command shows which ports in the subnet have subscribed for event notifications with the Subnet Manager.

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays a summary.

-l

(Optional) Displays subscriptions only for the port with the specified LID.

lid

(Optional) Specifies a LID.

-n

(Optional) Displays subscriptions only for ports on the specified node.

guid

(Optional) Specifies a node.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

This command shows which endports in the network have subscribed for events. In the example below, SRP has requested out-of-service events to know when endports have gone from the subnet. Note that the lid-range-begin value of 65535 (0xFFFF) indicates that the subscription covers all LIDs in the network.

Examples

ib_sm> show subscription

================================================================================                               
                               All Subscriptions
================================================================================                 
                 subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                           lid : 897
                     node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:04:e4:4c
                      port-num : 1
                    source-qpn : 00:00:01
                           gid : 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
               lid-range-begin : 65535
                 lid-range-end : 0
                    is-generic : true
                      trap-num : 65
                 producer-type : class-mgr
                          type : subnet-management
               resp-time-value : 0

Related Commands

show node

show switch

To display the IB SwitchInfo for a switch (or all switches) in the IB subnet, use the show switch command.

show switch [-s] [-n guid]

Syntax Description

-s

(Optional) Displays a summary line for each switch.

-n

(Optional) Displays only information for the node represented by guid.

guid

(Optional) Specifies a single node to display.


Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to view the switches in your network.

Examples

ib_sm> show switch

================================================================================
                           Subnet Management Switches
================================================================================
             subnet-prefix : fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00
                 node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:60:04
            linear-fdb-cap : 49152
            random-fdb-cap : 0
             mcast-fdb-cap : 1024
            linear-fdb-top : 10240
              default-port : 0
        def-pri-mcast-port : 255
    def-non-pri-mcast-port : 255
           life-time-value : 18
         port-state-change : 1
             lids-per-port : 0
         partition-enf-cap : 32
                in-enf-cap : 1
               out-enf-cap : 1
     in-filter-raw-pkt-cap : 1
    out-filter-raw-pkt-cap : 1
           enhanced-port-0 : yes

Related Commands

show neighbor

show node

show version

To show the version number of the HSM, use the show version command.

show version

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

This command shows the version of the High-Performance Subnet Manager application only. For versions of host firmware, host-side drivers, and switch OS, consult your SFS documentation.

Examples

ib_sm> show version
Cisco High-Performance IB Subnet Manager 1.3

Related Commands

None.

show vl-arbitration

To display the VL arbitration tables of ports in the subnet, use the show vl-arbitration command.

show vl-arbitration [-n node-guid [-p port-num] ] [-s]

Syntax Description

-n

(Optional) Displays the VL arbitration tables for the ports of a given node.

node-guid

(Optional) Specifies the GUID of a node.

-p

(Optional) Displays the arbitration table for the given port.

port-num

(Optional) Specifies the port number.

-s

(Optional) Displays the summary view of arbitration VL tables.


Command Default

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

This command enables you to view the VL-arbitration tables that are programmed on ports in the subnet.

Examples

ib_sm> show vl-arbitration -n 00:05:ad:00:00:00:15:02

  ==============================================================================
                             VL Arbitration Tables
  ==============================================================================
                node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:00:15:02
                 port-num : 1
               port-state : active
                   VL-cap : vl0-vl7
                  oper-VL : vl0-vl7
            vl-high-limit : 0
      vlarb-config-needed : no
       low-priority-lower :
                      vl0 : 1
                      vl1 : 1
                      vl2 : 1
                      vl3 : 1
                      vl4 : 1
                      vl5 : 1
                      vl6 : 1
                      vl7 : 1
      high-priority-lower :
                      vl0 : 0
                      vl1 : 0
                      vl2 : 0
                      vl3 : 0
                      vl4 : 0
                      vl5 : 0
                      vl6 : 0
                      vl7 : 0

Related Commands

config vl-arbitration add, page 3-77

config vl-arbitration apply, page 3-79

config vl-arbitration delete, page 3-80

show vl-arbitration-config

show vl-arbitration-config

To view the user-provisioned VL-arbitration profiles, use the show vl-arbitration-config command.

show vl-arbitration-config [-scope subnet | node | port] [-s]

Syntax Description

-scope

(Optional) Displays the profiles with the indicated scope.

subnet

(Optional) Specifies the subnet in the scoped profile.

node

(Optional) Specifies a node in the scoped profile.

port

(Optional) Specifies a port in the scoped profile.

-s

(Optional) Displays a summary view of the configured arbitration profiles.


Command Default

This command has no default settings.

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the user-provisioned VL arbitration profiles.

Examples

ib_sm> show vl-arbitration-config -s

  ==============================================================================
                      VL Arbitration Profiles Summary View
  ==============================================================================
                    scope : subnet
                   status : configuration in progress

                    scope : node
                node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:aa
                   status : configuration in progress

                    scope : node
                node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:01:29:ad
                   status : configuration done

                    scope : port
                node-guid : 00:05:ad:00:00:02:5b:59
                 port-num : 3
                   status : configuration in progress

Related Commands

config vl-arbitration add, page 3-77

config vl-arbitration apply, page 3-79

config vl-arbitration delete, page 3-80

show vl-arbitration