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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 2800 V5 V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2800 V5. 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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show nfs server_stat

show nfs server_stat


The show nfs server_stat command is used to check the current status of NFS servers.


show nfs server_stat [ controller=? ]





controller=? Indicates the controller ID.

The value is in the format of "XA" or "XB" or "XC" or "XD", where the "X" is an integer ranging from 0 to 3, for example: "0A", "1C".


Developer view

Usage Guidelines



To check the current status of NFS servers, run the following command.

developer:/>show nfs server_stat controller=0A
Receive Packets : 0
Receive Bytes : 0
Send Packets : 0
Send Bytes : 0
Send Error : 0
Reply Packets : 0
Denied Connections : 0
Exceed Connection Limit : 0
Freeze Triggered : 0
Unfreeze Triggered : 0
Age Close : 0
User Close : 0
System Close : 0
Recieve Error Close : 0
Status Error Close : 0
Bad Format : 0
Bad Authen : 0
User Drop : 0
Authen Drop : 0
Error Drop : 0
Request Short : 0
Rx Seg : 0/0/0/0
Rx One : 0/0/0/0
Rx Interval : 0/0/0/0
Rx All : 0/0/0/0
Tx Sys : 0/0/0/0
Tx Queue : 0/0/0/0
Request Init : 0/0/0/0
Proto : 0/0/0/0
Total : 0/0/0/0

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.



Receive Packets

Number of received packets.

Receive Bytes

Number of received bytes.

Send Packets

Number of send packets.

Send Bytes

Number of sent bytes.

Send Error

Number of sent errors.

Reply Packets

Number of temporarily sent packets.

Denied Connections

Number of denied connections.

Exceed Connection Limit

Maximum number of connections.

Freeze Triggered

Number of service freeze actions.

Unfreeze Triggered

Number of service unfreeze actions.

Age Close

Number of inactive connections closed by the server.

User Close

Number of connections closed by the server.

System Close

Number of connections closed by the client.

Receive Error Close

Number of connections closed for data receiving errors.

Status Error Close

Number of connections closed for TCP errors.

Bad Format

Number of malformed packets.

Bad Authen

Number of authentication errors.

User Drop

Number of packets discarded by the server.

Authen Drop

Number of packets discarded for authentication errors.

Error Drop

Number of packets discarded for processing errors.

Request Short

Insufficient requested resource count.

RX Seg

Delay time of receive segment.

Rx One

Delay time of receive one packet.

Rx Interval

Delay time of receive packets interval.

Rx All

Delay time of receive packets.

Tx Sys

Delay time of sending to TCP buffer.

Tx Queue

Delay time of sending to queue.

Request Init

Delay time of request init.


Delay time of proto.


Delay time of all requests.

Updated: 2020-01-17

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