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cmviewconf(1m)							cmviewconf(1m)

       cmviewconf - view Serviceguard cluster configuration information

       cmviewconf [-o output_file]

       cmviewconf collects and displays the cluster configuration information,
       in ASCII format, from the binary configuration  file  for  an  existing
       cluster.	 Optionally, the output can be written to a file output_file.

       This command can be used as a troubleshooting tool to identify the con‐
       figuration of a cluster.

       To view cluster information, a user must be superuser(UID=0),  or  have
       an  access policy of MONITOR allowed in the cluster configuration file,
       or have a policy of PACKAGE_ADMIN in a  package's  configuration	 file.
       See access policy in cmquerycl (1m) or cmmakepkg (1m).

       NOTE:  When  this  command  is run by an authorized user who is not the
       superuser(UID=0), only those entries that match the  user  running  the
       command and the node where the command is run are displayed.

       cmviewconf supports the following options:

	      -o output_file Log configuration information to a specified out‐
			     put file.	If this option is not  specified,  the
			     information will be directed to stdout.

       cmviewconf returns the following value:

	       0   Successful completion.
	       1   Command failed.

       To  dump	 the  contents	of  the	 binary configuration file to the file

	      cmviewconf -o /tmp/viewconf.log

       To dump the contents of the binary configuration file to the screen:


       cmviewconf was developed by HP.

       cmquerycl(1m),	 cmmakepkg(1m),	    cmcheckconf(1m),	 cmviewcl(1m),

		    Requires Optional Serviceguard Software	cmviewconf(1m)

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