NAME

nodediscoverls - List the discovered nodes


SYNOPSIS

nodediscoverls [-t seq|profile|switch|blade|manual|undef|all] [-l]

nodediscoverls [-u uuid] [-l]

nodediscoverls [-h|--help|-v|--version]


DESCRIPTION

The nodediscoverls command lists nodes that have recently been discovered. If discovery is currently in progress (i.e. nodediscoverstart has been run, but nodediscoverstop has not been), then nodediscoverls will list the nodes that have been discovered so far in this session. If discovery is not currently in progress, nodediscoverls will list all of the nodes that were discovered in the last discovery session.

You can use the -t option to limit the output to just the nodes that were discovered in a particular method of discovery.


OPTIONS

-t seq|profile|switch|blade|manual|undef|all

Display the nodes that have been discovered by the specified discovery method:

-l

Display more detailed information about the discovered nodes.

-u uuid

Display the discovered node that has this uuid.

-h|--help

Display usage message.

-v|--version

Command version.


RETURN VALUE

0 The command completed successfully.

1 An error has occured.


EXAMPLES

  1. Display the discovered nodes when sequential discovery is running:

    nodediscoverls

     UUID                                    NODE                METHOD         MTM       SERIAL
     51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB2    distest1            sequential     786310X   1052EF2
     51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB3    distest2            sequential     786310X   1052EF3
  2. Display the nodes that were in the discovery pool, but for which xCAT has not yet received a discovery request:

    nodediscoverls -t undef

     UUID                                    NODE                METHOD         MTM       SERIAL
     51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB0    undef               undef          786310X   1052EF0
     51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB1    undef               undef          786310X   1052EF1
  3. Display all the discovered nodes:

    nodediscoverls -t all

     UUID                                    NODE                METHOD         MTM       SERIAL
     51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB0    undef               undef          786310X   1052EF0
     51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB1    undef               undef          786310X   1052EF1
     51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB2    distest1            sequential     786310X   1052EF2
     51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB3    distest2            sequential     786310X   1052EF3
  4. Display the discovered node whose uuid is 51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB2, with detailed information:

    nodediscoverls -u 51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB2 -l

     Object uuid: 51E5F2D7-0D59-11E2-A7BC-3440B5BEDBB2
        node=distest1
        method=sequential
        discoverytime=03-31-2013 17:05:12
        arch=x86_64
        cpucount=32
        cputype=Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2690 0 @ 2.90GHz
        memory=198460852
        mtm=786310X
        serial=1052EF2
        nicdriver=eth0!be2net,eth1!be2net
        nicipv4=eth0!10.0.0.212/8
        nichwaddr=eth0!34:40:B5:BE:DB:B0,eth1!34:40:B5:BE:DB:B4
        nicpci=eth0!0000:0c:00.0,eth1!0000:0c:00.1
        nicloc=eth0!Onboard Ethernet 1,eth1!Onboard Ethernet 2
        niconboard=eth0!1,eth1!2
        nicfirm=eth0!ServerEngines BE3 Controller,eth1!ServerEngines BE3 Controller
        switchname=eth0!c909f06sw01
        switchaddr=eth0!192.168.70.120
        switchdesc=eth0!IBM Flex System Fabric EN4093 10Gb Scalable Switch, flash image: version 7.2.6, boot image: version 7.2.6
        switchport=eth0!INTA2


SEE ALSO

nodediscoverstart(1), nodediscoverstatus(1), nodediscoverstop(1), nodediscoverdef(1)