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MZ620 NIC V100R001 User Guide 05

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Running opensm in Linux

Running opensm in Linux

Running opensm with Default Parameters

  1. Run the /etc/init.d/opensmd start command.

  2. Run the ps aux | grep opensm and sminfo commands to check whether opensm is running on the local host and network.

Running the opensm Command with Other Common Parameters

  1. Run the opensm command with other common parameters.

    Figure 4-8 Running the opensm command

    The command parameters are described as follows:

    • -g indicates that opensm runs on the port with the GUID 0x0201602304174120 (To query a port GUID, run the ibstat command.)
    • -B indicate that opensm runs on the background.
    • For details about the other parameters for opensm, run the opensm -h command to view the command help.

  2. Run the ps aux | grep opensm and sminfo commands to check whether opensm is running on the local host and network.

    Figure 4-9 Check whether opensm is running on the local host and network.

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Updated: 2019-09-02

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