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gfstatus - display Gfarm configuration status
gfstatus [-P path] [-d] gfstatus [-P path] [-d | -M] configuration_name... gfstatus -Mm [-P path] [-d] configuration_directive... gfstatus -V
When no configuration directive is specified as an argument, gfstatus displays information about the Gfarm file system. When any configuration name is specified as an argument, gfstatus displays the current setting of the configuration. If -M option is specified, it asks gfmd about the setting, otherwise it displays the setting on localhost. NOTE: Currently, only limited set of directives can be specified. Example: $ gfstatus -M digest When -Mm option is specified, the gfstatus command treats its arguments as configuration directives which are same syntax with gfarm2.conf, and modifies the setting on gfmd. NOTE: Currently, only limited set of directives can be specified. Example: $ gfstatus -Mm 'digest sha1'
-d Displays debug messages. -M Performs specified operation against gfmd. -m Modifies configuration setting. This option should be used with the -M option. -P path Specifies a path name to specify a metadata server instead of the root metadata server. -V Displays Gfarm version. -? Displays a list of command options.