USEFUL AUTODESK FLAME AND LUSTRE DIAGNOSTIC COMMANDS
 

Useful Commands for Troubleshooting and Gathering Autodesk System Info

Show Machine Hardware Info
dmidecode

The dmidecode command accesses embedded hardware data in HP, Dell, SuperMicro, Etc.

Examples…
dmidecode | grep -i hp
dmidecode | grep -i dell
dmidecode | grep -i cpu

Show DKU
more /etc/DKUversion

Show Redhat Version
more /etc/redhat-release

Show Nvidia Graphics Adapter Info
lspci | grep -i nvidia

Common Autodesk Nvidia Device IDs:
K6000 103a
Q6000 06d8
Q5800 05fd

Show Various Installed RPMs
rpm -qa | grep -i [package name]
Example…
rpm -qa | grep -i sapphire

Show Kona Video I/O Adapter Info
lspci | grep -i aja

Common Autodesk AJA Device IDs:
Kona 4 eb0b
Kona3G db04
Kona2K c0ff

Show kernel version and system architecture
uname -a

Show Linux Version and Distribution
head -n1 /etc/issue

Show Currently Mounted Partitions
cat /proc/partitions

Show System RAM Info
grep MemTotal /proc/meminfo

Show CPU Core Count and Clock Speed
grep "model name" /proc/cpuinfo

Show Information about disk sda, sdb, etc
hdparm -i /dev/sda
hdparm -i /dev/sd...

Show Current CPU/RAM Usage
In terminal:
top
press “q” to exit.

Show current disk I/O bandwith speeds
In terminal:
iotop
press “q” to exit.

Check Flame Installation for Issues
dlConfigCheck

Show IP Address Configuration
ifconfig

Show True Hardware MAC Address for Network Interface
ip link

Remove Flame Software Versions
rmsoft

Show mounted Volumes
df -l

Show Volume Partition Info
parted
then…
print all

Show Stone+Wire Partition Overview
sw_df -v

Show Current Backburner State
/etc/init.d/backburner status

Ping Wiretap on a remote machine
sw_wiretap_ping -h [hostname]
note: hostname must be in /etc/hosts file
or
sw_wiretap_ping [ipaddress]