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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 2000, 5000, and 6000 V3 Series V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2200 V3, 2600 V3 Video Surveillance Edition, 2600 V3, 5300 V3, 5500 V3, 5600 V3, 5800 V3, and 6800 V3. Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functions and 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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nmgr showinst

nmgr showinst

Function

The nmgr showinst command is used to query the instance object details about a node manager in the system.

Format

nmgr showinst -d index

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

index

Index of node manager instances.

To obtain the value, run the "nmgr showallinst" command.

Views

Diagnostic view

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used to query the details about the object memory such as the allocation queue when an error occurs in the node manager module.

Example

Query the object details about node manager instance 0 in the system.

admin:/diagnose>nmgr showinst -d 0 
NodeInst                     : 0x1000000100000000 
DiskSegId                    : 0x40000000 
SegOff                       : 0x8000 
Pool ID                      : 0 
Segment type                 : 0 
Volume ID                    : 0x1000000100000000 
Node Size                    : 32(sector) 
Default Reserve Num          : 64 
Flags                        : 0 
Active Tx ID                 : 0x5a71 
Pending Tx ID                : 0x5a71 
Pending Tx VolID             : 0x1000000100000000 
Max Node Number              : 0x4093 
Pending Max Node Number      : 0x4093 
Used Node Number             : 0x30 
Pending Used Node Number     : 0x30 
Root Segment ID              : 0x40000005 
Pend Root Seg ID             : 0x40000005 
Root Alloc Seg ID            : 0x40000005 
Pend Root Alloc Seg ID       : 0x40000005 
Write Num                    : 34 
Prealloc Seg Num             : 0 
Pend prealloc Seg Num        : 0 
Disk Segment ID              : 0x40000000 
Disk Segment Offset          : 0x8000 
Version                   : 2 


Preallocated segment info : 0 

Nodequeue Node Info          : 15 
Node Num                     : 15 
Pending Node Num             : 15 
Head                         : 31 
Pending Head                 : 31 
Tail                         : 46 
Pending Tail                 : 46 
Index Node 
---------- -------------------- 
31         0x400000050024 
32         0x400000050029 
33         0x400000050027 
34         0x400000050021 
35         0x400000050020 
36         0x400000050026 
37       0x40000005001f 
38         0x40000005002b 
39         0x400000050023 
40         0x40000005002c 
41         0x400000050025 
42         0x400000050015 
43         0x400000050028 
44         0x40000005002d 
45         0x400000050011 
Cowqueue Node Info         : 1 
Node Num                     : 1 
Pending Node Num             : 1 
Head                         : 68 
Pending Head                 : 68 
Tail                         : 69 
Pending Tail                 : 69 
Index Node 
---------- -------------------- 
68         0x40000005001e

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

NodeInst

Volume ID of the instance.

DiskSegId

Instance address.

SegOff

Instance offset address.

Pool ID

Storage pool ID.

Segment type

Address type.

Volume ID

Volume ID of the instance.

Node Size

Node size.

Default Reserve Num

Number of reserved nodes.

Flags

Flags.

Active Tx ID

Task ID.

Pending Tx ID

Pending task ID.

Pending Tx VolID

Pending task ID of the volume.

Max Node Number

Maximum number of nodes.

Pending Max Node Number

Maximum number of nodes when tasks are not delivered.

Used Node Number

Number of used nodes.

Pending Used Node Number

Maximum number of nodes used when tasks are not submitted.

Root Segment ID

Root segment ID.

Pend Root Seg ID

Root segment ID before the segment expansion task is submitted.

Root Alloc Seg ID

First segment ID in the allocation linked list.

Pend Root Alloc Seg ID

First segment ID in the allocation linked list before the task is submitted.

Write Num

Write sequence number of the instance.

Prealloc Seg Num

Number of preallocated segments.

Pend prealloc Seg Num

Number of preallocated segments before the task is submitted.

Disk Segment ID

Position of the node management object on the disk.

Disk Segment Offset

Segment offset.

Version

Version of instance.

Preallocated segment info

Information of preallocated segments.

Nodequeue Node Info

Number of available allocation nodes.

Cowedqueue Node Info

Number of released cowed nodes saved in the task.

Node Num

Number of active nodes.

Pending Node Num

Number of pending nodes.

Head

Head of the active queue.

Pending Head

Head of the pending queue.

Tail

Tail of the active queue.

Pending Tail

Tail of the pending queue.

Index

Index of the node in the queue.

Node

Address of the node in the queue.

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