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Utility qping is used to validate the runtime status of a Sun Grid Engine service daemon. The current Sun Grid Engine implementation allows one to query the SGE_QMASTER daemon and any running SGE_EXECD daemon. The qping command is used to send a SIM (Status Information Message) to the destination daemon.
The communication layer of the specified daemon will respond with a SIRM (Status Information Response Message) which contains status information about the consulted daemon.
The qping -dump and -dump_tag options allowing an administrator to observe the communication protocol data flow of a Sun Grid Engine service daemon. The qping -dump instruction must be started with root account and on the same host where the observed daemon is running.
qping mysite54 OGE 6.2u7 usage: qping [-help] [-noalias] [-ssl|-tcp] [ [ [-i
] [-info] [-f] ] | [ [-dump_tag tag [param] ] [-dump] [-nonewline] ] ] -i : set ping interval time -info : show full status information and exit -f : show full status information on each ping interval -noalias : ignore $SGE_ROOT/SGE_CELL/common/host_aliases file -ssl : use SSL framework -tcp : use TCP framework -dump : dump communication traffic (see "communication traffic output options" for additional information) (provides the same output like -dump_tag MSG) -dump_tag : dump communication traffic (see "communication traffic output options" for additional information) tag=ALL - show all tag=APP - show application messages tag=MSG - show commlib protocol messages - ERROR, WARNING, INFO, DEBUG or DPRINTF -nonewline : dump output will not have a linebreak within a message -help : show this info host : host name of running component port : port number of running component name : name of running component (e.g.: "qmaster" or "execd") id : id of running component (e.g.: 1 for daemons)
The default interval time is one second. Qping will send a SIM (Status Information Message) on each interval time.
The output is written to stdout. The environment variable "SGE_QPING_OUTPUT_FORMAT" can be set to hide columns, set a default column width or to set a hostname output format. The value of the environment variable can be set to any combination of the following specifiers separated by a space character:
"h:X" -> hide column X "s:X" -> show column X "w:X:Y" -> set width of column X to Y "hn:X" -> set hostname output parameter X. X values are "long" or "short"
-dump_tag tag [param]
qping -info master 6444 qmaster 1 # check status of master from the node
root@master1: # qping -info master1 6444 qmaster 1 11/06/2014 21:57:43: SIRM version: 0.1 SIRM message id: 1 start time: 11/06/2014 21:01:22 (1415325682) run time [s]: 3338 messages in read buffer: 0 messages in write buffer: 0 no. of connected clients: 2 status: 0 info: MAIN: R (3337.61) | signaler000: R (3337.57) | event_master000: R (0.45) | timer000: R (8.45) | worker000: R (23.45) | worker001: R (23.45) | listener000: R (3.36) | listener001: R (1.36) | scheduler000: R (8.45) | OK Monitor: disabled
qping -info myhost16 6445 execd 1 # check status of execd from master NOTE execd 1
h:X -> hide column X s:X -> show column X w:X:Y -> set width of column X to Y hn:X -> set hostname output parameter X. X values are "long" or "short"available columns are:
nr active name description == ====== ==== =========== 01 yes time time of debug output creation 02 yes local endpoint service name where debug client is connected 03 yes d. message direction 04 yes remote name of participating communication endpoint 05 yes format message data format 06 yes ack type message acknowledge type 07 yes msg tag message tag information 08 yes msg id message id 09 yes msg rid message response id 10 yes msg len message length 11 yes msg time time when message was sent/received 12 no msg dump message content dump (xml/bin/cull) 13 no info additional information 14 yes msg ltime commlib linger time 15 yes con count nr. of connections ERROR! no option argument
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