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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 2800 V3 V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2800 V3. Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functionsand how to set the CLI and manage the storage system through these commands. The document that you browse online matches the latest C version of the product. Click Download to download documents of other C versions.
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xrb showstat

xrb showstat

Function

The xrb showstat command is used to view XRB messages between a controller and a module.

Format

xrb showstat -c controller -p pid

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

controller

Controller ID.

The value ranges from 0 to the number of controllers minus one.

pid

Module ID.

The value ranges from 0 to 1023.

Views

Diagnostic view

Usage Guidelines

  • This command is used by development engineers to locate faults.
  • When running this command, ensure that parameter values are in the valid range.

Example

View the XRB messages sent to module "47" of controller "1".

admin:/diagnose>xrb showstat -c 1 -p 47 
Send data       : nid(1) pid(47) REQ : 0  RSP : 0  POST : 0. 
Send data ret : nid(1) pid(47) SUCCESS : 0 FAIL : 0. 
Send sgl  : nid(1) pid(47) REQ : 0  RSP : 0  POST : 0. 
Send sgl ret : nid(1) pid(47) SUCCESS : 0 FAIL : 0. 
Send msg        : nid(1) pid(47) REQ : 0  RSP : 0  POST : 0. 
Send msg ret : nid(1) pid(47) SUCCESS : 0 FAIL : 0. 
rcv data        : nid(1) pid(47) REQ : 0  RSP : 0  POST : 0. 
rcv sgl         : nid(1) pid(47) REQ : 0  RSP : 0  POST : 0. 
rcv msg         : nid(1) pid(47) REQ : 0  RSP : 0  POST : 0. 
rsp timeout     : nid(1) pid(47) REQ : 0  RSP : 0  POST : 0. 
alloc sgl       : nid(1) pid(47) SUCCESS : 0 FAIL : 0. 
alloc quota     : nid(1) pid(47) : 0. 
alloc quota ret : nid(1) pid(47) SUCCESS : 0 FAIL : 0. 
Page alloc stat : nid(1) pid(47): AllocRequest 0 AllocCallBack : 0 AllocHang : 0.

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

Send data

Count of sent data.

Send data ret

Count of data sending results.

Send sgl

Count of sent SGLs.

Send sgl ret

Count of SGL sending results.

Send msg

Count of sent messages.

Send msg ret

Count of message sending results.

rcv data

Count of received data.

rcv sgl

Count of received SGLs.

rcv msg

Count of received messages.

rsp timeout

Count of response timeouts.

alloc sgl

Count of allocated SGLs.

alloc quota

Count of allocated quotas.

alloc quota ret

Count of quota allocation results.

Page alloc stat

Count of page allocation states.

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Updated: 2019-07-12

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