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FusionStorage 8.0.0 DSware Tool Command Reference 02

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Checking Whether Service Processes Exist

Checking Whether Service Processes Exist

Run the following command to check whether service processes exist:

sh /opt/dsware/client/bin/dswareTool.sh --op Service name Cmd -subOp CheckNode -clusterId clusterId -processType processType -nodeIps nodeIps

Parameter

Description

/opt/dsware/client/bin/dswareTool.sh

Specifies an executable program for the tool.

--op Service name Cmd

Self-defined based on the service.

For the replication service, the value is drCmd.

For the dgw service, the value is dgwCmd.

-subOp CheckNode

Checks whether service processes exist.

-clusterId clusterId

Specifies the control cluster ID.

-processType processType

Specifies the DR service type, including ccdb, cm, zk, and dgw.

-nodeIps nodeIps

Specifies IP addresses of the nodes to be queried.

An IPv4 example is provided as follows:

dsware@KD182250132182:~> sh /opt/dsware/client/bin/dswareTool.sh --op drCmd -subOp CheckNode -clusterId 0 -processType zk -nodeIps 192.168.5.14
[Tue Sep 19 22:02:03 CST 2017] DswareTool operation start.
Enter User Name:admin
Enter Password :
Operation finish successfully. Result Code:0
result
----------
0
----------
Total records : 1.
[Tue Sep 19 22:02:21 CST 2017] DswareTool operation end.

An IPv6 example is provided as follows:

dsware@KD182250132182:~> sh /opt/dsware/client/bin/dswareTool.sh --op drCmd -subOp CheckNode -clusterId 0 -processType zk -nodeIps 2016:8:40:160:c13:0:169:32
[Tue Sep 19 22:02:03 CST 2017] DswareTool operation start.
Enter User Name:admin
Enter Password :
Operation finish successfully. Result Code:0
result
----------
0
----------
Total records : 1.
[Tue Sep 19 22:02:21 CST 2017] DswareTool operation end.
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Updated: 2019-07-12

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