beostatus

Name

beostatus -- Display status information about the cluster.

Synopsis

beostatus [-c, --curses ] [-H, --html ] [-d, --dots ] [-u SECS, --update=SECS ] [-v, --version ] [-?, --help ] [--usage ]

Description

BeoStatus is a graphical user interface (GUI) program that provides status information for the master node and all compute nodes in the cluster.

The default BeoStatus GUI mode is a tabular format known as the "Clasic" display. Each row in the table corresponds to a different node, with specific state and resource usage information displayed per node. The information displayed includes the assisgned number for each node and the corresponding node status, last known state, CPU usage, memory usage, swap space usage, hard disk (root partition) usage, and network bandwidth usage.

See the Installation Guide for additional information on BeoStatus.

Options

The following options are available to the BeoStatus program.

-c, --curses

Display output in Curses mode.

-H, --html

Display output in HTML format.

-d --dots

Display output as a GTK window with a set of colored boxes.

-u SECS, --update=SECS

Override the default update period of 4 seconds. Units are seconds.

-v , --version

Show version information.

-? , --help

Show usage information and exit. If -h is one of the first two options, all other options will be ignored. If -h is not one of the first two options, it will be ignored.

--usage

Shows abbreviated usage information.

Examples

Print cluster status. Use "q" to exit continuously updating display:

[user@cluster user]$ beostatus -c
       Scyld Beowulf Status Monitor - 2.1.4
Node     State   CPU 0  Memory  Swap   Disk   Network   
 -1          up   0.2%  95.5%   0.0%  10.2%      1 kBps
  0          up   0.0%  20.5%   0.0%  25.0%      1 kBps
  1        down   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%      0 kBps
  2        down   0.3%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%      0 kBps
  3        down   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%      0 kBps
  4        down   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%      0 kBps
  5        down   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%      0 kBps
  6        down   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%      0 kBps
  7        down   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%      0 kBps