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IBQUERYERRORS(8)						OpenIB Diagnostics						  IBQUERYERRORS(8)

NAME
ibqueryerrors.pl - query and report non-zero IB port counters SYNOPSIS
ibqueryerrors.pl [-a -c -r -R -C <ca_name> -P <ca_port> -s <err1,err2,...> -S <switch_guid> -D <direct_route> -d] DESCRIPTION
ibqueryerrors.pl reports the port counters of switches. This is similar to ibcheckerrors with the additional ability to filter out selected errors, include the optional transmit and receive data counters, report actions to remedy a non-zero count, and report full link information for the link reported. OPTIONS
-a Report an action to take. Some of the counters are not errors in and of themselves. This reports some more information on what the counters mean and what actions can/should be taken if they are non-zero. -c Suppress some of the common "side effect" counters. These counters usually do not indicate an error condition and can be usually be safely ignored. -r Report the port information. This includes LID, port, external port (if applicable), link speed setting, remote GUID, remote port, remote external port (if applicable), and remote node description information. -R Recalculate the ibnetdiscover information, ie do not use the cached information. This option is slower but should be used if the diag tools have not been used for some time or if there are other reasons to believe that the fabric has changed. -s <err1,err2,...> Suppress the errors listed in the comma separated list provided. -S <switch_guid> Report results only for the switch specified. (hex format) -D <direct_route> Report results only for the switch specified by the direct route path. -d Include the optional transmit and receive data counters. -C <ca_name> use the specified ca_name for the search. -P <ca_port> use the specified ca_port for the search. AUTHOR
Ira Weiny <weiny2@llnl.gov> OpenIB Jan 24, 2008 IBQUERYERRORS(8)

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PERFQUERY(8)							OpenIB Diagnostics						      PERFQUERY(8)

NAME
perfquery - query InfiniBand port counters SYNOPSIS
perfquery [-d(ebug)] [-G(uid)] [-e(xtended)] [-a(ll_ports)] [-l(oop_ports)] [-r(eset_after_read)] [-R(eset_only)] [-C ca_name] [-P ca_port] [-t(imeout) timeout_ms] [-V(ersion)] [-h(elp)] [<lid|guid> [[port] [reset_mask]]] DESCRIPTION
perfquery uses PerfMgt GMPs to obtain the PortCounters (basic performance and error counters) or PortExtendedCounters from the PMA at the node/port specified. Optionally shows aggregated counters for all ports of node. Also, optionally, reset after read, or only reset coun- ters. Note: In both PortCounters and PortCountersExtended, components that represent Data (e.g. PortXmitData and PortRcvData) indicate octets divided by 4 rather than just octets. Note: Inputting a port of 255 indicates an operation be performed on all ports. OPTIONS
-e, --extended show extended port counters rather than (basic) port counters. Note that extended port counters attribute is optional. -a, --all_ports show aggregated counters for all ports of the destination lid or reset all counters for all ports. If the destination lid does not support the AllPortSelect flag, all ports will be iterated through to emulate AllPortSelect behavior. -l, --loop_ports If all ports are selected by the user (either through the -a option or port 255) iterate through each port rather than doing than aggregate operation. -r, --reset_after_read reset counters after read -R, --Reset_only only reset counters COMMON OPTIONS
Most OpenIB diagnostics take the following common flags. The exact list of supported flags per utility can be found in the usage message and can be shown using the util_name -h syntax. # Debugging flags -d raise the IB debugging level. May be used several times (-ddd or -d -d -d). -e show send and receive errors (timeouts and others) -h show the usage message -v increase the application verbosity level. May be used several times (-vv or -v -v -v) -V show the version info. # Addressing flags -G use GUID address argument. In most cases, it is the Port GUID. Example: "0x08f1040023" -s <smlid> use 'smlid' as the target lid for SM/SA queries. # Other common flags: -C <ca_name> use the specified ca_name. -P <ca_port> use the specified ca_port. -t <timeout_ms> override the default timeout for the solicited mads. Multiple CA/Multiple Port Support When no IB device or port is specified, the port to use is selected by the following criteria: 1. the first port that is ACTIVE. 2. if not found, the first port that is UP (physical link up). If a port and/or CA name is specified, the user request is attempted to be fulfilled, and will fail if it is not possible. EXAMPLES
perfquery # read local port performance counters perfquery 32 1 # read performance counters from lid 32, port 1 perfquery -e 32 1 # read extended performance counters from lid 32, port 1 perfquery -a 32 # read perf counters from lid 32, all ports perfquery -r 32 1 # read performance counters and reset perfquery -e -r 32 1 # read extended performance counters and reset perfquery -R 0x20 1 # reset performance counters of port 1 only perfquery -e -R 0x20 1 # reset extended performance counters of port 1 only perfquery -R -a 32 # reset performance counters of all ports perfquery -R 32 2 0x0fff # reset only error counters of port 2 perfquery -R 32 2 0xf000 # reset only non-error counters of port 2 AUTHOR
Hal Rosenstock <halr@voltaire.com> OpenIB March 29, 2007 PERFQUERY(8)
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