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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0 Command Reference 03

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show virtual_machine general

show virtual_machine general

Function

The show virtual_machine general command is used to query VM status.

Format

show virtual_machine general [vm_id=?]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

vm_id VM ID.

Query information about all VMs by pressing "Ctrl+A".

Level

Read-only user

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

Queries VM status.

admin:/>show virtual_machine general
vm_id vm_name node_id cpu_count memory_size disk_size port vm_ip_list vmtools_version bus_mode first_start_mode second_start_mode running_status health_status 
--------- ----------------------- ------- --------- ----------- --------- ---------- ------------- --------------- -------- ---------------- ----------------- -------------- ------------- 
661585921 vm1 10095 2 1048576 10485760 5900 -- -- IDE HD CD RUNNING NORMAL 
661716993 BatchTemplate_661716993 10097 4 3145728 31457280 4294967295 -- -- VIRTIO HD CD POWERED_OFF NORMAL 
661848065 node3_1 10099 3 3145728 31457280 4294967295 -- -- IDE HD CD POWERED_OFF NORMAL

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

vm_id

VM ID.

vm_name

VM name.

node_id

Node ID.

cpu_count

Number of CPU cores.

memory_size

Memory size.

disk_size

System disk size.

port

Network port.

vm_ip_list

List of VM IP address.

vmtools_version

VMTools version.

bus_mode

Bus mode.

first_start_mode

Startup mode of a VM.

second_start_mode

Backup startup mode of a VM.

running_status

Running status of a VM.

health_status

Health status of a VM.

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Updated: 2019-05-07

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