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state_analyzer - Explores and queries the fileserver state database

STATE_ANALYZER(8) AFS Command Reference STATE_ANALYZER(8)

NAME

state_analyzer - Explores and queries the fileserver state database interactively

SYNOPSIS

state_analyzer [state dump file | -h]

DESCRIPTION

The demand-attach file server makes host / callback information persistent. On shutdown, the state is saved to database fsstate.dat(5). On startup, the state is read, verified and restored. This allows for file server shutdowns or restarts without breaking all callbacks (an operation that could otherwise take a long time).
state_analyzer interactively explores and queries the saved state database, fsstate.dat(5).
This command is only supported on the demand-attach file server. It operates at an extremely low-level and hence requires detailed knowledge of the OpenAFS architecture and code.

COMMANDS

state_analyzer supports the following interactive commands:
h <...> -- host menu
hdr -- display the host_state_header struct
first -- display the first host
prev -- display the previous host
this -- display this host
next -- display the next host
last -- display the last host
dump -- display all hosts
fe <...> -- FileEntry menu
hdr -- display the callback_state_header struct
first -- display the first FE
prev -- display the previous FE
this -- display this FE
next -- display the next FE
last -- display the last FE
dump -- display all FEs
timeout -- display the timeout queue heads
hash -- display the file entry hash buckets
find by index id -- find an fe by its array index
find by fid (vol,vnode,unique) -- find an fe by its AFSFid
cb <...> -- CallBack menu
hdr -- display the callback_state_entry_header struct
first -- display the first CB
prev -- display the previous CB
this -- display this CB
next -- display the next CB
last -- display the last CB
dump -- display all CBs
hexdump [offset [len]] -- hex dump raw data
quit -- quit current menu
exit -- exit debugger
help -- help message

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

The issuer must have read access to the file server state database, fsstate.dat. Usually, this means that the issuer must be the local superuser "root" on the file server machine.

SEE ALSO

fsstate.dat(5), fssync-debug(8), salvsync-debug(8) Copyright 2010 Davor Ocelic <docelic@spinlocksolutions.com>
This documentation is covered by the IBM Public License Version 1.0. This man page was written by Davor Ocelic for OpenAFS, based on documentation from Tom Keiser, Steven Jenkins and others.
2017-08-31 OpenAFS