lltstat - report Low Latency Transport (LLT) Protocol statistics
lltstat [-n | -c | -l | -z | -p | -C | -N | -H | -t] [-v [-v]]
lltstat -n [-v [-v] [-r] [ active | configured ]]
The lltstat utility reports the status of the LLT protocol and the values of counters that it maintains. Without any options, lltstat shows statistical counters.
-v Verbose option. -c Display various configuration parameters. -p Display the current status of the ports in use. -n Display the current status of the peer systems. The local systemid is indicated by an asterisk (*) among the other systems in the list. This option may be used with the -v or -vv, verbose and very-verbose options to display link information and MAC addresses.You can also use the following options with the -v or -vv:
Display the status of the RDMA channel of a RDMA link configured on a peer node. For that node, the TxRDMA attribute indicates the transmit status and the RxRDMA attribute indicates receive status of the RDMA channel. For non-RDMA links, the status is N/A. This attribute is supported only on selected versions of Linux.
Filter the output by displaying the status of only active nodes in the cluster.
Filter the output by displaying the status of only configured nodes in the cluster. Configured nodes include active nodes and any additional nodes which are listed in /etc/llthosts.
-z Reset the statistical counters to zero. -l Display the current status of network links configured in LLT. -C Display the currently configured cluster number. -N Display the currently configured systemid as a number. -H Display the currently configured systemid as a name (from /etc/llthosts). -t Display value of various kernel tunables.
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