pvfs2-check-server man page

pvfs2-check-server – check to see if a server is responding

Synopsis

pvfs2-check-server [-h server] [-f fsname] [-n proto] [-p port]

Description

The pvfs2-check-server utility ensures that the server at server on port port protocol proto serving the file system named fsname is running. This utility does not require or consult the /etc/pvfs2tab file.  There is no output if successful.

The options are as follows:

-h

Specify the host name to connect to.

-f

Specify the name of the file system to check.  Generally this is orangefs.

-n

Specify the protocol to use.  Generally either tcp or ib.

-p

Specify the port number to use.  With tcp this is generally 3334 and with ib this is generally 3335.

Environment

PVFS2_DEBUGFILE

If set to the path of a local file, redirect debug output to it.

PVFS2_DEBUGMASK

Set the OrangeFS debug mask.  Possible masks are documented in pvfs2-set-debugmask(1).

Exit Status

The pvfs2-check-server utility exits 0 on succes and non-zero on failure.

Examples

Check that a server is running.

pvfs2-check-server -h localhost -f orangefs -n tcp -p 3334

Bugs

Please submit bug reports to pvfs2-developers@beowulf-underground.org

See Also

pvfs2-ping(1) pvfs2-validate(1)

Info

2017-07-03