NAME

lsvm - Lists partition profile information for HMC-, DFM-, IVM-, KVM-, Vmware- and zVM-managed nodes. For Power 775, it lists the LPARs' I/O slots information and CEC configuration.


SYNOPSIS

lsvm [-h| --help]

lsvm [-v| --version]

lsvm [-V| --verbose] noderange

lsvm [-a| --all] noderange

For PPC (using Direct FSP Management):

lsvm [-l| --long] --p775 noderange

lsvm noderange

For zVM:

lsvm noderange


DESCRIPTION

The lsvm command lists all partition profiles defined for the partitions specified in noderange. If noderange is a CEC, all the partitions associated with that CEC are displayed.

For PPC (using Direct FSP Management):

For Power 775(use option --p775 to specify), lsvm lists all partition I/O slots information for the partitions specified in noderange. If noderange is a CEC, it gets the CEC's pump mode value, octant's memory interleaving value, the all the octants configure value, and all the I/O slots information.

For DFM-managed (short for Direct FSP Management mode) normal power machine, lsvm lists the processor, memory, physical I/O slots, hugepage and BSR info for the specified partitions or CEC.

The pump mode value has the valid options: 1 - Node Pump Mode 2 - Chip Pump Mode

The Memory Interleaving Mode has 3 valid options: 0 - not Applicable 1 - interleaved 2 - non-interleaved

More information about this part, refer to the section Using the *vm commands to define partitions in xCAT DFM in the link below. https://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/xcat/index.php?title=XCAT_Power_775_Hardware_Management

For KVM and Vmware

The virtual machines that defined in the hypervisor noderange will be displayed. noderange only can be hypervisor. The type of the hypervisor should be set: hypervisor.type before running the lsvm.

Note: Only the virtual machine which is in power on state can be listed by lsvm command.


=head2 For zVM:

Show the directory entry for a given virtual machine.


OPTIONS

-h

Display usage message.

-v

Command Version.

-V

Verbose output.

-a

List all the profiles for one partition

--p775

Specify the operation is for Power 775 machines.

-l

Show lparnames for lpars. It shall work with option --p775.


RETURN VALUE

0 The command completed successfully.

1 An error has occurred.


EXAMPLES

1. To list all partition profiles defined for HMC-managed partition lpar3, enter:

 lsvm lpar3

Output is similar to:

 lpar3: name=lpar3,lpar_name=lpar3,lpar_id=4,lpar_env=aixlinux,all_resources=0,min_mem=512, desired_mem=2048, max_mem=3072,min_num_huge_pages=0,desired_num_huge_pages=0,max_num_huge_pages=0,proc_mode=shared, min_proc_units=0.5,desired_proc_units=0.5,max_proc_units=0.5,min_procs=1,desired_procs=1,max_procs=1, sharing_mode=uncap,uncap_weight=128,shared_proc_pool_id=0,shared_proc_pool_name=DefaultPool,io_slots=none, lpar_io_pool_ids=none,max_virtual_slots=10, "virtual_serial_adapters=1/server/1/any//any/1,0/server/1/any//any/1", virtual_scsi_adapters=2/client/1/p6vios/4/1,virtual_eth_adapters=3/0/1//0/1,hca_adapters=none,boot_mode=norm,conn_monitoring=0,auto_start=0,power_ctrl_lpar_ids=none,work_group_id=none,redundant_err_path_reporting=0, bsr_arrays=0,lhea_logical_ports=none,lhea_capabilities=none,lpar_proc_compat_mode=default,electronic_err_reporting=null

2.To list all IVM-managed partitions associated with CEC cec01, enter:

 lsvm cec01

g Output is similar to:

 cec01: name=10-B7D1G,lpar_name=10-B7D1G,lpar_id=1,os_type=vioserver,all_resources=0,min_mem=512, desired_mem=2048,max_mem=2048,proc_mode=shared,min_proc_units=0.10,desired_proc_units=0.40, max_proc_units=4.00,min_procs=1,desired_procs=4,max_procs=4,sharing_mode=uncap,uncap_weight=128, "io_slots=21010002/none/0,21010003/none/0,21010004/none/0,21020003/none/0,21020004/none/0,21030003/none/0,21030004/none/0,21040003/none/0,21040004/none/0",lpar_io_pool_ids=none,max_virtual_slots=48, "virtual_serial_adapters=0/server/1/any//any/1,1/server/1/any//any/1,10/client/0/2/lp2/0/0,12/client/0/3/lp3/0/0,14/client/0/4/lp4/0/0","virtual_scsi_adapters=11/server/2/lp2/2/0,13/server/3/lp3/2/0,15/server/4/lp4/2/0","virtual_eth_adapters=3/0/1//1/0,4/0/2//1/0,5/0/3//1/0,6/0/4//1/0",boot_mode=norm,conn_monitoring=0,auto_start=0,power_ctrl_lpar_ids=none
   name=lp2,lpar_name=lp2,lpar_id=2,os_type=aixlinux,all_resources=0,min_mem=128,desired_mem=1024,max_mem=1024,proc_mode=shared,min_proc_units=0.10,desired_proc_units=0.10,max_proc_units=4.00,min_procs=1,desired_procs=1,max_procs=4,sharing_mode=uncap,uncap_weight=128,io_slots=none,lpar_io_pool_ids=none,max_virtual_slots=6, "virtual_serial_adapters=0/server/1/any//any/1,1/server/1/any//any/1",virtual_scsi_adapters=2/client/1/10-7D1G/11/1,virtual_eth_adapters=4/0/1//0/0,boot_mode=norm,conn_monitoring=0,auto_start=0,power_ctrl_lpar_ids=none
   name=lp3,lpar_name=lp3,lpar_id=3,os_type=aixlinux,all_resources=0,min_mem=128,desired_mem=128,max_mem=128,proc_mode=shared,min_proc_units=0.10,desired_proc_units=0.10,max_proc_units=4.00,min_procs=1,desired_procs=1,max_procs=4,sharing_mode=uncap,uncap_weight=128,io_slots=none,lpar_io_pool_ids=none,max_virtual_slots=6, "virtual_serial_adapters=0/server/1/any//any/1,1/server/1/any//any/1",virtual_scsi_adapters=2/client/1/10-B7D1G/13/1,virtual_eth_adapters=4/0/1//0/0,boot_mode=of,conn_monitoring=0,auto_start=1, power_ctrl_lpar_ids=none

3. For Power 775, to list the I/O slot information of lpar1, enter:


 lsvm lpar1 --p775

Output is similar to:

 1: 514/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C17/0x21010202/2/1
 1: 513/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C15/0x21010201/2/1
 1: 512/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C16/0x21010200/2/1

To list the lparname of lpars, enter:

 lsvm lpar1 -l --p775

Output is similar to: lpar1: 1: 514/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C17/0x21010202/2/1 lpar1: 1: 513/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C15/0x21010201/2/1 lpar1: 1: 512/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C16/0x21010200/2/1

4. For Power 775, to list the I/O slot information and octant configuration of cec1, enter:

 lsvm cec1 --p775

Output is similar to:

 1: 514/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C17/0x21010202/2/1
 1: 513/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C15/0x21010201/2/1
 1: 512/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C16/0x21010200/2/1
 13: 537/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C9/0x21010219/2/13
 13: 536/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C10/0x21010218/2/13
 17: 545/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C7/0x21010221/2/17
 17: 544/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C8/0x21010220/2/17
 21: 553/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C5/0x21010229/2/21
 21: 552/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C6/0x21010228/2/21
 25: 569/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C1/0x21010239/2/25
 25: 561/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C3/0x21010231/2/25
 25: 560/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C4/0x21010230/2/25
 29: 568/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C2/0x21010238/2/29
 5: 521/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C13/0x21010209/2/5
 5: 520/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C14/0x21010208/2/5
 9: 529/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C11/0x21010211/2/9
 9: 528/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C12/0x21010210/2/9
 cec1: PendingPumpMode=1,CurrentPumpMode=1,OctantCount=8:
 OctantID=0,PendingOctCfg=5,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=1,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=2,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=3,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=4,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=5,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=6,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=7,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;

To list the lparname of lpars, enter:

 lsvm cec1 -l --p775
 
Output is similar to:
 lpar1: 1: 514/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C17/0x21010202/2/1: 32: 0/3/3
 lpar1: 1: 513/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C15/0x21010201/2/1: 32: 0/3/3
 lpar1: 1: 512/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C16/0x21010200/2/1: 32: 0/3/3
 lpar13: 13: 537/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C9/0x21010219/2/13: 32: 0/3/3
 lpar13: 13: 536/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C10/0x21010218/2/13: 32: 0/3/3
 lpar17: 17: 545/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C7/0x21010221/2/17: 32: 0/0/0
 lpar17: 17: 544/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C8/0x21010220/2/17: 32: 0/0/0
 lpar21: 21: 553/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C5/0x21010229/2/21: 32: 0/0/0
 lpar21: 21: 552/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C6/0x21010228/2/21: 32: 0/0/0
 lpar24: 25: 569/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C1/0x21010239/2/25: 32: 0/0/0
 lpar25: 25: 561/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C3/0x21010231/2/25: 32: 0/0/0
 lpar25: 25: 560/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C4/0x21010230/2/25: 32: 0/0/0
 lpar29: 29: 568/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C2/0x21010238/2/29: 32: 0/0/0
 lpar5: 5: 521/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C13/0x21010209/2/5: 32: 0/3/3
 lpar5: 5: 520/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C14/0x21010208/2/5: 32: 0/3/3
 lpar9: 9: 529/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C11/0x21010211/2/9: 32: 0/3/3
 lpar9: 9: 528/U78A9.001.0123456-P1-C12/0x21010210/2/9: 32: 0/3/3
 cec1: PendingPumpMode=1,CurrentPumpMode=1,OctantCount=8:
 OctantID=0,PendingOctCfg=5,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=1,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=2,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=3,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=4,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=5,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=6,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 OctantID=7,PendingOctCfg=1,CurrentOctCfg=1,PendingMemoryInterleaveMode=2,CurrentMemoryInterleaveMode=2;
 Number of BSR arrays: 256,Bytes per BSR array: 4096,Available BSR array: 0;
 Available huge page memory(in pages):     0
 Configurable huge page memory(in pages):  12
 Page Size(in GB):                         16
 Maximum huge page memory(in pages):       24
 Requested huge page memory(in pages):     15
 Number of BSR arrays: 256,Bytes per BSR array: 4096,Available BSR array: 0;
 Available huge page memory(in pages):     0
 Configurable huge page memory(in pages):  12
 Page Size(in GB):                         16
 Maximum huge page memory(in pages):       24
 Requested huge page memory(in pages):     15

5. To list the virtual machine's directory entry:

 lsvm gpok3

Output is similar to:

 gpok3: USER LNX3 PWD 512M 1G G
 gpok3: INCLUDE LNXDFLT
 gpok3: COMMAND SET VSWITCH VSW2 GRANT LNX3

6. For DFM-managed normal power machine, list out the detailed resource information:

 lsvm cec

Output is similar to:

  cec: HYP Configurable Processors: 16, Avail Processors: 16.
  HYP Configurable Memory:32.00 GB(128 regions).
  HYP Available Memory:   31.25 GB(125 regions).
  HYP Memory Region Size: 0.25 GB(256 MB).
  cec: All Physical I/O info:
  65535,519,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C7,0x21010207,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  65535,518,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C6,0x21010206,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  65535,517,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C5,0x21010205,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  65535,516,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C4,0x21010204,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  65535,514,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C19,0x21010202,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  65535,513,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-T7,0x21010201,0xc03(USB Controller)
  65535,512,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-T9,0x21010200,0x104(RAID Controller)
  cec: Huge Page Memory
  Available huge page memory(in pages):     2
  Configurable huge page memory(in pages):  2
  Page Size(in GB):                         16
  Maximum huge page memory(in pages):       4
  Requested huge page memory(in pages):     2
  cec: Barrier Synchronization Register(BSR)
  Number of BSR arrays: 256
  Bytes per BSR array:  4096
  Available BSR array:  256

Note: The lines list in "All Physical I/O info" section represent all the physical I/O resource information. The format is like "owner_lparid,slot_id,physical resource name,drc_index,slot_class_code(class discription)". The 'drc index' is short for Dynamic Resource Configuration Index, it uniquely indicate a physical I/O resource in normal power machine.

For DFM-managed partition on normal power machine, list out the detailed information:

  lsvm lpar1 
 
Output is similar to:
  lpar1: Lpar Processor Info:
  Curr Processor Min: 1.
  Curr Processor Req: 16.
  Curr Processor Max: 16.
  lpar1: Lpar Memory Info:
  Curr Memory Min: 0.25 GB(1 regions).
  Curr Memory Req: 30.75 GB(123 regions).
  Curr Memory Max: 32.00 GB(128 regions).
  lpar1: 1,519,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C7,0x21010207,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  lpar1: 1,518,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C6,0x21010206,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  lpar1: 1,517,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C5,0x21010205,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  lpar1: 1,516,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C4,0x21010204,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  lpar1: 1,514,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-C19,0x21010202,0xffff(Empty Slot)
  lpar1: 1,513,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-T7,0x21010201,0xc03(USB Controller)
  lpar1: 1,512,U78AA.001.WZSGVU7-P1-T9,0x21010200,0x104(RAID Controller)
  lpar1: 1/2/2
  lpar1: 256.


FILES

/opt/xcat/bin/lsvm


SEE ALSO

mkvm(1), chvm(1), rmvm(1)