Appendix C. How to determine a node's class

The Healthchecker has no idea about the role of a node or the classes a node belongs to. This is beyond the Healthchecker's scope.

The Healthchecker uses the command psconfig to retrieve this information. This command is part of the ParaStation Cluster Suite.

If this command is not available, a suitable replacement has to be provided. The command is called like:

  # psconfig get jj01c01/NodeClasses

Figure C.1. psconfig calling example

The variable jj01c01 should be replaced by the actual node name. The command prints a list of classes, separated by colon. The list includes the node's own name, as each node defines by default a class of it's own.