Information about cluster status is stored in the status database, which is maintained on each individual node in the cluster. You can display
information contained in this database by issuing the cmviewcl command:

# cmviewcl -v

You can issue the cmviewcl command with non-root access: In clusters with Serviceguard version 11.16 or later, create a Monitor role in the
cluster configuration file. In earlier versions, add a non-root pair to the cmclnodelist file (<nodename> <nonrootuser>).
The cmviewcl command, when issued with the -v option, displays information about all the nodes and packages in a running cluster,
together with the settings of parameters that determine failover behavior.
Some commands take longer to complete in large configurations. In particular, you can expect Serviceguard’s CPU usage to increase during
cmviewcl -v as the number of packages and services increases.
You can also specify that the output should be formatted as it was in a specific earlier release by using the -r option indicating the release
format you wish. Example:
# cmviewcl -r A.11.09
See the man page for a detailed description of other cmviewcl options

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