General

NVIDIA UFM-SDN Appliance Command Reference Guide v4.16.0

ufm start

no ufm start

Starts UFM.

The no form of the command stops UFM.

Syntax Description

N/A

Default

N/A

Configuration Mode

config

History

1.5

Example

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ufm [ mgmt-sa ] (config) # ufm start

Related Commands

show ufm status

Notes

show ufm status

Displays the status of UFM. The outcome of the command varies according to the working mode.

Syntax Description

N/A

Default

N/A

Configuration Mode

config

History

1.5

1.6

Updated output

1.7

Updated output

4.4.0

Updated output

4.5.0

Updated output

4.7.0

Updated output

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r-ufm237 [ mgmt-ha-active ] (config) # show ufm status UFM mode: Management Local - r-ufm237 (10.209.36.86) ======================================== UFM Running SM Running Telemetry Running Health Running UnhealthyPorts Running DailyReport Running SHArP N/A DRBD Running Primary DRBD State ConnectionState = Connected - DiskState = UpToDate Heartbeat Running (Master) HA Interface eth0 (connected to 10.209.36.89) Mgmt. Interface eth0 (up) ======================================== UFM mode: Management Peer - r-ufm238 (10.209.36.89) ======================================== UFM Stopped SM Stopped Telemetry Stopped Health Stopped UnhealthyPorts Stopped DailyReport N/A SHArP N/A DRBD Running Secondary DRBD State ConnectionState = Connected - DiskState = UpToDate Heartbeat Running (Slave) HA Interface eth0 (connected to 10.209.36.86) Mgmt. Interface eth0 (up) ======================================== Virtual IP - 10.209.36.199 ======================================== High Availability Status: OK ======================================== r-ufm237 [ mgmt-ha-active ] (config) #

Related Commands

ufm start

Notes

  • The output example above is taken from a high-availability setup

  • If working in HA mode, you will receive information on the HA status and virtual IP

  • The status for events forwarder is displayed only if the feature is enabled

The process status can be one of the below:

  • Running – the process is running

  • Stopped – the process is not running

  • N/A – the process status is not applicable (e.g. NVIDIA SHARP is disabled, status on the standby node, etc…)

ufm counters [ext-ports-only | interval <sec> <never> | max-files <number> | upload <filename> <upload URL>]

Configures the settings of UFM counters.

Syntax Description

ext-ports-only

Configures settings for UFM ext ports only

interval

Configures settings for UFM counters interval. The settings can be:

  • sec – number of seconds 30 - 3600

  • never – disable settings for UFM counters interval

max-files

Configures the UFM counters maximum number of files (0-72)

upload

Uploads the UFM counters file to a remote host or a USB device.

  • filename: UFM counters filename

  • Upload URL: The URL path from where the counters file can be uploaded. http, https, ftp, tftp, scp, sftp and usb are supported. Example: scp://username[:password]@hostname/path/filename, usb:/path/filename

Default

N/A

Configuration Mode

config

History

1.6

Example

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ufm [ mgmt-sa ] (config) # ufm counters max-files 25

Related Commands

show ufm counters

Notes

show ufm counters

Displays UFM counters settings.

Syntax Description

N/A

Default

N/A

Configuration Mode

config

History

1.6

Example

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ufmapl [ mgmt-sa ] (config) # show ufm counters counters interval = never max files = 5 ext ports only = disable

Related Commands

ufm counters

Notes

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