pvfs2-ping man page

pvfs2-ping — Check if all servers in a PVFS2 volume are running

Synopsis

pvfs2-ping -m MOUNTPOINT

Description

Check if all servers in the PVFS2 volume at MOUNTPOINT are running.   pvfs2-ping will go through several phases
Checking pvfstab

finds the first pvfs2tab file according to the usual rules and displays the initial server, the storage name, and the local mount point.

Initialization

talks to the initial server and gets PVFS2 configuration information.  Displays the meta servers and the data servers, as well as on which port they are running

Verify Response

verifies all servers in the PVFS2 volume respond to requests

Identifier Consistency

Makes sure all servers agree that the file-system identifier for the filesystem is the same on all servers

Root Handle Check

Makes sure that only one server owns the file system's root handle

Options

-m

Display information about the volume and servers at mount_point

Environment

PVFS2TAB_FILE

If set, the full pathname for an alternate pvfs2tab file

Bugs

Please report all bugs to the pvfs2 bugzilla (http://bugzilla.mcs.anl.gov/pvfs/)

Author

The PVFS2 development team (pvfs2-developers@beowulf-underground.org)

See Also

pvfs2-server(1), pvfs2-statfs(1), pvfs2-ping(1), pvfs2-cp(1), pvfs2-genconfig(1), pvfs2tab(5)

Referenced By

pvfs2(1), pvfs2-genconfig(1), pvfs2-ls(1), pvfs2-server(1), pvfs2-statfs(1), pvfs2tab(5).

SEPTEMBER 2003 PVFS2 Manuals