smcd - Man Page

Print information about SMC-D linkgroups and devices

Synopsis

smcd [ Options ] Object { Command | help }

Object := { info | linkgroup | device | stats }

Options := { -v[ersion] | -d[etails] | -a[bsolute]}

Options

-v,  -version

Print the version of the smcd utility and exit.

-d,  -details

Print detailed information (valid only for stats).

-a,  -absolute

Print absolute statistic value (valid only for stats).

SMCD - Command Syntax

Object

device

One or more SMC-D devices.

info

Generic SMC information.

linkgroup

Linkgroup(s) used by SMC-D.

stats

SMC-D statistics.

The names of all objects can be abbreviated down to a unique stem. For example device can be abbreviated to dev or just d. Man pages in See Also section contain more  information for individual objects.

Command

Specifies the action to perform on the object. As a general rule, it is possible to show the objects. The help command is available for all objects. It prints out a list of available commands and argument syntax conventions.

If no command is given, a default command  is assumed.

Return Codes

Successful smcd command returns 0 and displays the requested linkgroup or device information. If an error occurs, smcd writes a message to stderr and completes with a return code other than 0. Possible error messages to stderr in case of non-zero return code:

SMC module not loaded

Either kernel is not supporting the smcd tool or the smc kernel module is not loaded.

See Also

af_smc(7), smcr(8), smcd-device(8), smcd-info(8), smcd-linkgroup(8) smcd-stats(8)

Referenced By

smcd-device(8), smcd-info(8), smcd-linkgroup(8), smcd-stats(8), smc_pnet(8), smcr(8), smc_run(8), smcss(8).

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