Friday, May 30, 2014

ExaLogic | List VM on Compute Node.


Part of ELLC Tool, Exapatch has variety of Commands that can be Handy for Admin also.

Exapatch Use for Exalogic Patching 

we can query Exapatch to see How many VMs are running on which Compute Nodes.

/exalogic-lctools/bin/exapatch -a listVMs
Logging to file /var/log/exapatch_20140529151107.log
Compute-Node: 10.10.100.101:
        000aaa00000600004995bfe5e81dcbdf (ExalogicControlOpsCenterPC1)
        000aaa0000060000d299f9c94afe41da (ExalogicControl)

Compute-Node: 10.10.100.102:
        000aaa00000600001f012b58d1fb85b6 (dummyvn02)
        000aaa0000060000cc95187b5e532439 (ExalogicControlOpsCenterPC2)

Compute-Node: 10.10.100.103:
        000aaa0000060000063eb61a02ae11c1 (dummyvn04)
        000aaa000006000021013dc081e56c98 (dummyvn18)

Compute-Node: 10.10.100.104:
        000aaa00000600006955f56fefc87683 (dummyvn01)

Compute-Node: 10.10.100.105:
        000aaa00000600007f2ee56ea19ed478 (dummyvn09)

Compute-Node: 10.10.100.106:
        000aaa0000060000268c78fb303c0e25 (dummyvn03)

Compute-Node: 10.10.100.107:
        000aaa00000600003056e4719030bef3 (dummyvn50)

Compute-Node: 10.10.100.108:
        000aaa000006000044490976c7f0c9a6 (dummyvn08)


The second Best use of Exapatch is get Version of Whole Exalogic Stack components.

/exalogic-lctools/bin/exapatch -a getVersion

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