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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 18000 and 18000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 18500 V5, 18800 V5, 18500F V5, and 18800F V5. 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.

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xnet showrdmarsrc

xnet showrdmarsrc

Function

The xnet showrdmarsrc command is used to query information about the RDMA resource management structure.

Format

xnet showrdmarsrc -c [idx] -n [nid] -usermode

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

idx Instance number.

-

nid Peer node number.

-

usermode This parameter is mandatory. It must be added to the end of a command as a suffix to query user state information.

The value can be:

  • "-app_data": executes the command for the app_data process.
  • "-devm": executes the command for the devm process.
  • "-sys_app": executes the command for the sys_app process.
  • "-cfg_app": executes the command for the cfg_app process.

Views

Diagnostic view

Usage Guidelines

OceanStor 18500 V5 Kunpeng, 18500F V5 Kunpeng, 18800 V5 Kunpeng and 18800F V5 Kunpeng storage systems support this command.

Example

Query RDMA resource information from instance "3" to node "0".

admin:/diagnose>xnet showrdmarsrc -c 3 -n 786432 -app_data
conn               send_wr(ibsr)   recv_wr(ipawr)  resp_wr(ip)     alloc_resp  imm_ready 
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0xfffe81722b80     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81720800     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81719d40     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe8171e480     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81714480     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81713280     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81723d40     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81726100     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe8171d2c0     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81715640     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81716800     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe817272c0     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe817219c0     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe81718b80     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe817179c0     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
0xfffe817120c0     8 :0 :0 :0      0 :16:0 :0 :0   32:0            0           1 :16      
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

conn

Connection pointer.

send_wr(ibsr)

Information about the sending work queue.

recv_wr(ipawr)

Information about the receiving work queue.

resp_wr(ip)

Information about the response work queue.

alloc_resp

Count of applied responses.

imm_ready

Indicates whether the immediate data is ready in the receiving work queue at the peer end, and the amount of the prepared immediate data.

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Updated: 2020-01-17

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