Topics: PowerHA / HACMP

Useful HACMP commands

  • clstat - show cluster state and substate; needs clinfo.
  • cldump - SNMP-based tool to show cluster state.
  • cldisp - similar to cldump, perl script to show cluster state.
  • cltopinfo - list the local view of the cluster topology.
  • clshowsrv -a - list the local view of the cluster subsystems.
  • clfindres (-s) - locate the resource groups and display status.
  • clRGinfo -v - locate the resource groups and display status.
  • clcycle - rotate some of the log files.
  • cl_ping - a cluster ping program with more arguments.
  • clrsh - cluster rsh program that take cluster node names as argument.
  • clgetactivenodes - which nodes are active?
  • get_local_nodename - what is the name of the local node?
  • clconfig - check the HACMP ODM.
  • clRGmove - online/offline or move resource groups.
  • cldare - sync/fix the cluster.
  • cllsgrp - list the resource groups.
  • clsnapshotinfo - create a large snapshot of the HACMP configuration.
  • cllscf - list the network configuration of an HACMP cluster.
  • clshowres - show the resource group configuration.
  • cllsif - show network interface information.
  • cllsres - show short resource group information.
  • lssrc -ls clstrmgrES - list the cluster manager state.
  • lssrc -ls topsvcs - show heartbeat information.
  • cllsnode - list a node centric overview of the hacmp configuration.




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