XPRT_WAKE_PENDING_TA(9) Linux Networking XPRT_WAKE_PENDING_TA(9)NAME
xprt_wake_pending_tasks - wake all tasks on a transport's pending queue
void xprt_wake_pending_tasks(struct rpc_xprt * xprt, int status);
transport with waiting tasks
result code to plant in each task before waking it
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vxvoladmtask - administer ISP tasks
vxvoladmtask abort task_tag
vxvoladmtask clear [task_tag]
vxvoladmtask [-t time] [-n] monitor task_tag
vxvoladmtask set task_tag=new_task_tag
The vxvoladmtask utility can be used to perform basic administrative operations on tasks that have been created by the Intelligent Storage
Provisioning (ISP) feature of Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM). You can use the command to list ISP tasks, to monitor their states, and if
required, to cancel tasks.
abort Cancels the specified ISP task.
clear Removes all ISP task objects from the specified task. If no task is specified, this keyword clears all task objects for tasks
that have a status of CANCELLED, DONE or FAILED.
help Displays information on vxvoladmtask usage.
list Lists all ISP tasks.
monitor Monitors the specified ISP task.
set Renames the tag for an ISP task.
OPTIONS -n Monitors ISP tasks that are newly registered while the program is running, as well as the specified ISP tasks. This option
applies only to the monitor keyword.
-t time Exits monitoring after time seconds. This option applies only to the monitor keyword.
List all ISP tasks:
Remove the ISP task object with the tag, Task1:
vxvoladmtask clear Task1
Cancel the allocator task object with the tag, Task2:
vxvoladmtask abort Task2
The vxvoladmtask utility exits with a non-zero status if the attempted operation fails. A non-zero exit code is not a complete indicator
of the problems encountered, but rather denotes the first condition that prevented further execution of the utility.
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