pvfs2-check-server man page
pvfs2-check-server – check to see if a server is responding
pvfs2-check-server [-h server] [-f fsname] [-n proto] [-p port]
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:
Specify the host name to connect to.
Specify the name of the file system to check. Generally this is orangefs.
Specify the protocol to use. Generally either tcp or ib.
Specify the port number to use. With tcp this is generally 3334 and with ib this is generally 3335.
If set to the path of a local file, redirect debug output to it.
Set the OrangeFS debug mask. Possible masks are documented in pvfs2-set-debugmask(1).
The pvfs2-check-server utility exits 0 on succes and non-zero on failure.
Check that a server is running.
Please submit bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org