NAME

lstree - Display the tree of service node hierarchy, hardware hierarchy, or VM hierarchy.


SYNOPSIS

lstree [-h | --help]

lstree [-s | --servicenode] [-H | --hardwaremgmt] [-v | --virtualmachine] [noderange]


DESCRIPTION

The lstree command can display the tree of service node hierarchy for the xCAT nodes which have service node defined or which are service nodes, display the tree of hardware hierarchy only for the physical objects, display the tree of VM hierarchy for the xCAT nodes which are virtual machines or which are the hosts of virtual machines. If a noderange is specified, only show the part of the hierarchy that involves those nodes. For ZVM, we only support to disply VM hierarchy. By default, lstree will show both the hardware hierarchy and the VM hierarchy for all the nodes.


OPTIONS

-h|--help

Display usage message.

-s|-- servicenode

Show the tree of service node hierarchy.

-H|--hardwaremgmt

Show the tree of hardware hierarchy.

--v|--virtualmachine

Show the tree of VM hierarchy.

noderange

A set of comma delimited node names and/or group names. See the "noderange" man page for details on additional supported formats.


RETURN VALUE

0 The command completed successfully.

1 An error has occurred.


EXAMPLES

  1. To display the tree of service node hierarchy for all the nodes.

    lstree -s

    Output is similar to:

    Service Node: mysn01 |__mycn01 |__mycn02 |__mycn03

    Service Node: mysn02 |__mycn11 |__mycn12 |__mycn13 ......

    
    =item 2.

    To display the tree of service node hierarchy for service node "mysn01".

    lstree -s mysn01

    Output is similar to:

    Service Node: mysn01 |__mycn01 |__mycn02 |__mycn03

  2. To display the tree of hardware hierarchy for all the nodes.

    lstree -H

    Output is similar to:

    HMC: myhmc01 |__Frame: myframe01 |__CEC: mycec01 |__CEC: mycec02 ......

    Service Focal Point: myhmc02 |__Frame: myframe01 |__CEC: mycec01 |__CEC: mycec02 |__CEC: mycec03 ......

    Management Module: mymm01 |__Blade 1: js22n01 |__Blade 2: js22n02 |__Blade 3: js22n03 ......

    BMC: 192.168.0.1 |__Server: x3650n01

  3. To display the tree of hardware hierarchy for HMC "myhmc01".

    lstree -H myhmc01

    Output is similar to:

    HMC: myhmc01 |__Frame: myframe01 |__CEC: mycec01 |__CEC: mycec02 ......

  4. To display the tree of VM hierarchy for all the nodes.

    lstree -v

    Output is similar to:

    Server: hs22n01 |__ hs22vm1

    Server: x3650n01 |__ x3650n01kvm1 |__ x3650n01kvm2

  5. To display the tree of VM hierarchy for the node "x3650n01".

    lstree -v x3650n01

    Output is similar to:

    Server: x3650n01 |__ x3650n01kvm1 |__ x3650n01kvm2

  6. To display both the hardware tree and VM tree for all nodes.

    lstree

    Output is similar to:

    HMC: myhmc01 |__Frame: myframe01 |__CEC: mycec01 |__LPAR 1: node01 |__LPAR 2: node02 |__LPAR 3: node03 ...... |__CEC: mycec02 |__LPAR 1: node11 |__LPAR 2: node12 |__LPAR 3: node13 ......

    Service Focal Point: myhmc02 |__Frame: myframe01 |__CEC: mycec01 |__LPAR 1: node01 |__LPAR 2: node02 |__LPAR 3: node03 ...... |__Frame: myframe02 |__CEC: mycec02 |__LPAR 1: node21 |__LPAR 2: node22 |__LPAR 3: node23 ......

    Management Module: mymm01 |__Blade 1: hs22n01 |__hs22n01vm1 |__hs22n01vm2 |__Blade 2: hs22n02 |__hs22n02vm1 |__hs22n02vm2 ......

    BMC: 192.168.0.1 |__Server: x3650n01 |__ x3650n01kvm1 |__ x3650n01kvm2


FILES

/opt/xcat/bin/lstree


SEE ALSO

noderange(3), tabdump(8)