FACT show isolated managed-nodes

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To find switches and hosts that are not under the control of a Subnet Manager, use the show isolated managed-nodes command.


show isolated managed-nodes



Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.



Command Default

No default behavior or values.



Usage Guidelines

A managed node will show up in the output of the show isolated managed-nodes command if any of the IB chips within the managed node are isolated from the IB fabric. For example, if a host managed node contains two HCAs, and one of those HCAs is isolated from the IB fabric, then that host will be included in the show isolated managed-nodes command ouput.



Examples

The following is sample output from the show isolated managed-nodes command, and it shows that host02 is isolated from the Subnet Manager:
  fact> show isolated managed-nodes
  
  managed-node-name
  -----------------------
  host02


Related Commands

show chassis
show subnet-managers

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