ethallanalysis command performs the set of analysis specified in FF_ALL_ANALYSIS and can be specified for fabric or hosts.
ethallanalysis [-b|-e] [-s] [-d dir] [-c file] [-T topology_input] [-E file] [-p planes]
Produces full help text.
Sets the baseline mode. Default is compare/check mode.
Evaluates health only. Default is compare/check mode.
Saves history of failures (errors/differences).
- -d dir
Identifies the top-level directory for saving baseline and history of failed checks. Default is /var/usr/lib/eth-tools/analysis
- -c file
Specifies the error thresholds configuration file. Default is /etc/eth-tools/ethmon.conf
- -E file
Ethernet Mgt configuration file. The default is /etc/eth-tools/mgt_config.xml.
- -p planes
Fabric planes separated by space. The default is the first enabled plane defined in config file. Value 'ALL' will use all enabled planes.
- -T topology_inputs
Specifies the name of topology input filenames separated by space. See ethreport for more information on topology_input files.
The following environment variables are also used by this command:
Top-level directory for baselines and failed health checks.
The ethallanalysis command performs the set of analysis specified in FF_ALL_ANALYSIS, which must be a space-separated list. This can be provided by the environment or using /etc/eth-tools/ethfastfabric.conf. The analysis set includes the options: fabric.
Note that the ethallanalysis command has options which are a super-set of the options for all other analysis commands. The options are passed along to the respective tools as needed. For example, the -c file option is passed on to ethfabricanalysis if it is specified in FF_ALL_ANALYSIS.
The output files are all the output files for the FF_ALL_ANALYSIS selected set of analysis. See the previous sections for the specific output files.