• June 24, 2022

Little known iCluster Monitor Commands Part 1: DSPHASMON

There are some little known monitor commands within iCluster that need a little attention. These commands may be quite useful in your shop but are buried in the commands menu and you may not be aware of them. For this Tech Tuesday we offer up the DSPHASMON command. This command is very useful if you are running a tight security shop and would like to ensure that some operators or end users can look but not touch. Unlike the typical WRKHASMON command with all of its options

WRKHASMON

DSPHASMON limits you to view only the details and the status of objects for latency, throughput, object position, and journal information.

DSPHASMON

No operational control of iCluster is provided from the resulting screen.  Perfect for look but don’t touch!

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2 Comments

  • Little known iCluster Monitor Commands Part 2: CHGHASMON Reply

    February 4, 2014 at 8:12 am

    […] week’s Tech Tuesday post talked about little known iCluster monitor commands. In Part 1 we introduced DSPHASMON, a display only version of the iCluster Primary Status Monitor. […]

  • Barrie Byron Reply

    February 10, 2014 at 11:01 am

    Very helpful information, Mike. Thanks!

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