Perhaps a gpfs.snap? This could tell you a *lot* about a cluster.


On 9/22/16 9:48 PM, wrote:
What commands would you run to learn all you need to know about a
cluster you’ve never seen before?

Captain Obvious (me) says:





mmlsfs all

What others?

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