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Displaying information about SVMs

Cluster administrators can view the configuration information about one or more Storage Virtual Machines (SVMs, formerly known as Vservers) by using the vserver show command.

Step

  1. Enter the appropriate command to view information about the SVMs:
    If you want to... Enter the following command...
    View basic information about all the SVMs vserver show
    View detailed information about all the SVMs vserver show -instance
    View information about an SVM vserver show -vserver Vserver_name

    Vserver_name is the name of the SVM.

    Example
    The following command displays basic information about all SVMs:
    cluster1::>vserver show
    
                                        Admin      Operational   Root
    Vserver          Type    Subtype    State      State         Volume     Aggregate
    -------          -----   -------    -------   --------     ----------- ---------- 
    cluster1         admin     -         -           -             -           -
    cluster1-01      node      -         -           -             -           -
    cluster1-02      node      -         -           -             -           -
    vs0.example.com  data    default    running   running       root_vs0      aggr1
    vs2.example.com		data				default				running   running							root_vol2     aggr1

    The following command displays detailed information about all the SVMs:

    cluster1::> vserver show -instance
                                   
                       Vserver: cluster1
                      Vserver Type: admin
                   Vserver Subtype:
                      Vserver UUID: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
                       Root Volume: -
                         Aggregate: -
                      .
                      .
       List of Aggregates Assigned: -
    Limit on Maximum Number of Volumes allowed: -
               Vserver Admin State: -
         Vserver Operational State: -
    Vserver Operational State Stopped Reason: -
                      .
                      .
                       Config Lock: false
                      IPspace Name: Default
              Is Vserver Protected: -
    
                       Vserver: vs0.example.com
                      Vserver Type: data
                   Vserver Subtype: default
    
                      Vserver UUID: 49294a39-e762-11df-8768-123478563412
                       Root Volume: root_vs0
                         Aggregate: aggr1
                      .
                      .
       List of Aggregates Assigned: aggr0_2, aggr1
    Limit on Maximum Number of Volumes allowed: 10
               Vserver Admin State: running
         Vserver Operational State: running
    Vserver Operational State Stopped Reason: -
                      .
                      .
                       Config Lock: false
                      IPspace Name: Default
              Is Vserver Protected: false

    The following command displays detailed information about the SVM vs2.example.com

    cluster1::> vserver show -vserver vs2.example.com
    
                           Vserver: vs2.example.com
                      Vserver Type: data
                   Vserver Subtype: default
                      Vserver UUID: ca34e6b2-ddec-11df-b066-123478563412
                       Root Volume: root_vol2
                      .
                      .
                       Config Lock: false
                      IPspace Name: Default
              Is Vserver Protected: false