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how do you list all the nodes in unix
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im not sure on other Unix OS Variant, but on Compaq Tru64 . DEC Aplha 3000 (RISC) running emunix cluster :
$ shownodes emunix

Perhaps some others have any idea on other OS Variants.
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hastat will show you the nodes in a SUN cluster.
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That is an extremely broad question. It would help if you gave some guidelines to the context of your question. There are several commands in HPUX that will give you some kind of node information, netstat just to name one.

Are you talking about in a Serviceguard cluster for Failover? Are you talking about in one network? All the nodes in a certain token ring, FDDI ring? Are you talking about nodes that are active with the current system? Are you talking about what nodes are within an entire company?

My company has over 2000 systems in the southwest region of the US for 5 states! And we have 8 other states with systems there as well!
 

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