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ibdmtr: Fabric Trace Route


ibdmtr - Fabric Trace Route


ibdmtr [-v][-h] {-c <cbaling file>|-t <topo file>} -s <sm node name>
  -p <sm port num> -d <comma-sep-dr-path>


This utility parses a cabling list or topology file describing the systems connections that make a fabric. Then it start following the direct route provided and print out the systems and nodes on the route.

ARGUMENTS Required arguments description.

-t|--topology <file>
Topology file describing the network. See man ibdm-topology-file.
-c|--cables <file>
Cabling list file. Following the line format:

<Sys1Type> <Sys1Name> <Port1Name> <Sys2Type> <Sys2Name> <Port2Name>

-s|--sm-node <name>
The name of the SM node (not system). E.g. OSM/U1.
-p|--port-num <num>
The number of the SM node port the SM is attached to
-d|--dr-path <comm-sep-dr-path>
A list of ports to go out through


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Eitan Zahavi, Mellanox Technologies LTD, eitan [at] mellanox.co.il