hastatus - display resource, group, and system attribute value changes, and monitor transitions
hastatus [-sound] [-time]
hastatus [-sound] [-time] [[-group group] [-group group] ... ]
hastatus [-sound] [-time] [[-resource resource] [-resource resource] ... ]
hastatus [-sound] [-time] [[-sys system] [-sys system] ... ]
The hastatus command displays resource, group, and system attribute value changes, and monitors transitions. Also, if the Global Cluster option is in use, remote cluster, system, group, resource, and heartbeat information is displayed.
[-sound] [-time] Displays output in tabular format of the current state of all known systems, groups, and its resources and provides updates as they occur.
The -sound option causes the bell to ring every time a resource faults.
The -time option prints the system time at which the updates for the current state of systems, groups, and resources were received.
[-sound] [-time] [[-group group] [-group group] ... ] Displays output in tabular format of the current state of all known systems and of the specified group and its resources (or all groups if no group is specified), and provides updates as they occur. [-sound] [-time] [[-resource resource] [-resource resource] ... ] Displays the status of the groups associated with the specified resources on all systems. The specified resources and their associated groups are registered for updates in status on all systems. [-sound] [-time] [[-sys system] [-sys system] ... ] Displays the status of all systems specified on the command line and shows the status of all groups and their resources on the specified systems. The specified systems are registered for updates on changes in status. -summary Provides the summary of current status of VCS components such as service groups, resources, heartbeat links and agents.
The output is comprehensive information about the current state of systems, state of service groups, state of resources, and so on, belonging to remote and local clusters. Each category of information begins with a capital letter. You can use a capital letter to search for patterns in the output summary. See which category each letter belongs to in the output.
A - SYSTEM STATE B - GROUP STATE C - GROUP FROZEN D - RESOURCES FAILED E - RESOURCE NOT PROBED F - RESOURCE ONLINING G - RESOURCE OFFLINING H - RESOURCE DISABLED I - RESOURCES IN ADMIN WAIT J - AGENT FAILED M - HEARTBEAT STATE N - REMOTE CLUSTER STATE O - REMOTE SYSTEM STATE P - REMOTE GROUP STATE Q - REMOTE GROUP FROZEN R - REMOTE RESOURCES FAULTED S - REMOTE RESOURCES NOT PROBED T - REMOTE RESOURCE ONLINING U - REMOTE RESOURCE OFFLINING V - REMOTE RESOURCE DISABLED
-help Displays usage message.
The hastatus command (except for the -summary option) may be started even if VCS is not running. It tries to connect every five seconds.
hares(1M), hagrp(1M), hasys(1M)