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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 5000, 5000F, 6000, and 6000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 5110 V5, 5110F V5, 5300 V5, 5500 V5, 5600 V5, 5800 V5, 6800 V5, 5300F V5, 5500F V5, 5600F V5, 5800F V5, and 6800F 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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omm show_status

omm show_status

Function

The omm show_status command is used to view the status of the OM module.

Format

omm show_status <modulename>

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

<modulename>

Views the status of each submodule of the OM module.

The value can be "om", "mmt", "perf", "aa", "alarm", or "msg_server".

Views

Diagnostic view

Usage Guidelines

  • A maximum of four diagnose clients are supported. If more than four diagnose clients are enabled, the command execution will fail and a message is displayed stating "connect to server fail, try again".
  • The diagnose command does not have any concurrent request prevention mechanism. Therefore, there is possibility that the command fails to be executed on different diagnose clients of the same node.
  • Another diagnose window will be opened if you run the "omm show_status mmt", "omm show_status perf", "omm show_status aa", "omm show_status alarm", or "omm show_status msg_server" command.

Example

  • Query information about online users.
    admin:/diagnose>omm show_status aa 
    **************************************************** 
                 Module aa Information :             
    **************************************************** 
    Online User Information 
    User Name      Address Info Login Time  
    mm_user        172.16.0.1   Mon Feb  9 14:08:29 2015  
    mm_user        172.16.0.1      Mon Feb  9 14:09:07 2015  
    admin          192.168.1.1     Mon Feb  9 15:59:46 2015  
    mm_user        172.16.0.1      Mon Feb  9 16:16:19 2015
  • Query:
    • OM process status.
    • Storage system status.
    • Device IP addresses.
      admin:/diagnose>omm show_status om 
      **************************************************** 
                   Module Status Information:              
      **************************************************** 
      Module       Online Status  CPU MEM Thread Status 
      omales       online         0     9     normal 
      aa           online         0     9     normal 
      mmt          online         0     9     normal 
      alarm        online         0     31 normal 
      omsync       online         0     4     normal 
      perf         online         0     7     normal 
      msg_server online         0     6     normal 
      **************************************************** 
                   system Status Information:              
      **************************************************** 
      Node_ID:      0 
      Master_ID: 0 
      Role:         1 
      Sys_status: 3 
      szCoffStatus: normal 
      uiCofferMem:  3423 
        
      omdb.dat:     normal 
      almrecord.dat:normal 
      ommlogin.dat :normal 
      Om_Package: 2015-01-28_17:58:51 
      **************************************************** 
                   system IP Information:                  
      **************************************************** 
      Node_ID:     0 
      Bond_IP:     172.16.1.10 
      InternalIP:  172.16.1.10,-- 
      ExternalIp:  172.16.0.1,-- 
      ManageEthIP: 172.16.0.1,--
  • Query connections between the network management client and the storage system.
    admin:/diagnose>omm show_status mmt 
    **************************************************** 
                 mmt client status :                     
    **************************************************** 
    Proto  Recv-Q  Send-Q  Local Address        Foreign Address      State        PID/Program name 
    tcp         0       0  127.0.0.1:38631      127.0.0.1:8080       ESTABLISHED  32173/ismcli         
    tcp         0       0  127.0.0.1:38414      127.0.0.1:8080       ESTABLISHED  9741/snmpagent       
    tcp         0       0  127.0.0.1:38601      127.0.0.1:8080       ESTABLISHED  4625/ismcli          
    tcp         0       0  127.0.0.1:36783      127.0.0.1:8080       ESTABLISHED  28054/ibase       
    tcp         0       0  127.0.0.1:38413      127.0.0.1:8080       ESTABLISHED  9741/snmpagent

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

User Name

User name.

Address Info

Login IP address of a user.

Login Time

Time when the user logs in.

Module

Module name.

Online Status

Online status of the module.

CPU

Usage of the module CPU.

MEM

Usage of the module memory.

Thread Status

Thread status of the module.

Node_ID

ID of the current node.

Master_ID

ID of the primary node.

Role

Controller's role in the storage system.

"0" indicates that the controller has not been added to the cluster.

"1" indicates that the controller is the primary controller.

"2" indicates that the controller is secondary controller A.

"3" indicates that the controller is secondary controller B.

"4" indicates that the controller is a common controller.

Sys_status

Storage system status.

"0" indicates that device initialization starts.

"1" indicates that the primary and secondary competition is complete.

"2" indicates that the database is successfully started.

"3" indicates that the storage system is successfully powered on.

szCoffStatus

Status of the szCoffStatus.

uiCofferMem

Memory usage of the uiCofferMem.

omdb.dat

Status of the omdb.dat.

almrecord.dat

Status of the almrecord.dat.

ommlogin.dat

Status of the ommlogin.dat.

Om_Package

Compilation time of the Om_Package.

Bond_IP

Bond IP address.

InternalIP

Internal IP address.

ExternalIP

External IP address.

ManageEthIP

Management IP address.

Proto

Protocol that is used.

Recv-Q

Bytes of the receiving queue.

Send-Q

Bytes of the sending queue.

Local Address

Local address.

Foreign Address

External address.

State

Status of the protocol connection.

PID/Program name

PID and process name.

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