"hasys -display" output interpretation - Veritas Cluster Server

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  1. "hasys -display" output interpretation


    The command output of "hasys -display" shows the states of the "DiskHBDown"
    and the "LinkHBDown". What are the possible values that these attributes
    can set to, and what do those values mean?

  2. Re: "hasys -display" output interpretation


    "Nigel" wrote:
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    >The command output of "hasys -display" shows the states of the "DiskHBDown"
    >and the "LinkHBDown". What are the possible values that these attributes
    >can set to, and what do those values mean?


    Nigel,
    DiskHbDown is a string-vector global variable. It indicates if communication
    disks are down on any system. LinkHbDown indicates if private network links
    are down on any system. These parameters are monitored by the LinkMonitoring
    agent. The value for these two variables will either be 0 or 1.
    Regards

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