smcd-linkgroup - Man Page

Name

smcd-linkgroup — Print information about SMC-D linkgroups

smcr-linkgroup — Print information about SMC-R linkgroups and links

Synopsis

smcd [ OPTIONS ] linkgroup { COMMAND | help }

smcd linkgroup [ show ] [ all | Lg-Id ]

smcr [ OPTIONS ] linkgroup { COMMAND | help }

smcr linkgroup { show | link-show } [ all | Lg-Id ] [ netdev NETDEV ] [ ibdev IBDEV ]

Description

The smcd linkgroup command displays SMC-D linkgroups and their properties.  The smcr linkgroup command displays SMC-R linkgroups, links and their properties.

smcd,smcr linkgroup show

inspect the linkgroup properties

all (default)

Show all the linkgroups.

LG-ID

Show the linkgroup with the ID Lg-Id

netdev NETDEV

SMC-R only: list linkgroups making use of the given network device only.

ibdev IBDEV

SMC-R only: list only linkgroups of the given RoCE device.

Output

Lg-Id

ID of the linkgroup.

LG-Role

Role of the linkgroup.

SERV

The linkgroup has a SERVER role.

CLNT

The linkgroup has a CLIENT role.

LG-Type

Linkgroup type of the linkgroup.

NONE

The linkgroup has the initial type.

SINGLE

The linkgroup has only a single link, i.e. the local and the peer system can offer one device port only for this linkgroup, which means a link outage on any side cannot be covered.

SYM

The linkgroup has two symmetric links, i.e. the local and the peer system can offer two device ports for this linkgroup, which means a link outage on any side can be covered.

ASYMP

The linkgroup has asymmetric links, i.e. the peer system can offer one device port only for this linkgroup, which means a link outage on the peer side cannot be covered.

ASYML

The linkgroup has asymmetric links, i.e. the local system can offer one device port only for this linkgroup, which means a link outage on the local side cannot be covered.

Vlan

VLAN the linkgroup belongs to.

#Conns

Number of connections(sockets) running on the link/linkgroup.

Pnet-Id

PNET-ID of the linkgroup. "*" means PNET-ID is set by the user.

Net-Dev

Network device name corresponding to the link.

Peer-UID

Unique identifier of the link on peer side. This identifier consists of  linkgroup id and link id.

IB-Dev

Name of the RoCE device used by the link.

Ib-P

Port of the RoCE device used by the link.

Local-GID

GID of the RoCE port used by the link.

Peer-GID

GID of the peer RoCE port used by the link.

Examples

1. Show all SMC-D linkgroups:
# smcd linkgroup show all

2. Show all SMC-D linkgroups with linkgroup id 50:
# smcd linkgroup show 50

3. Show all SMC-R links:
# smcr linkgroup link-show all

4. Show all SMC-R links with linkgroup id 40:
# smcr linkgroup link-show 40

5. Show all SMC-R links on RoCE device "mlx4_0":
# smcr linkgroup link-show ibdev mlx4_0

6. Shows all SMC-R links on network device "eth0":
# smcr linkgroup link-show netdev eth0

See Also

smcd(8), smcr(8)

Referenced By

smcd(8), smcr(8).

The man page smcr-linkgroup(8) is an alias of smcd-linkgroup(8).

June 2020 smc-tools Linux Programmer's Manual