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NAME - query and report non-zero IB port counters

SYNOPSIS   [-a   -c   -r   -R  -C  <ca_name>  -P  <ca_port>  -s
       <err1,err2,...> -S <switch_guid> -D <direct_route> -d]

DESCRIPTION reports  the  port  counters  of  switches.   This  is
       similar  to  ibcheckerrors  with  the  additional ability to filter out
       selected  errors,  include  the  optional  transmit  and  receive  data
       counters,  report  actions  to remedy a non-zero count, and report full
       link information for the link reported.


       -a     Report an action to take.  Some of the counters are  not  errors
              in  and  of  themselves.   This reports some more information on
              what the counters mean and what actions can/should be  taken  if
              they are non-zero.

       -c     Suppress  some  of  the  common  "side  effect" counters.  These
              counters usually do not indicate an error condition and  can  be
              usually be safely ignored.

       -r     Report  the port information.  This includes LID, port, external
              port (if applicable), link speed setting,  remote  GUID,  remote
              port,  remote  external  port  (if  applicable), and remote node
              description information.

       -R     Recalculate the ibnetdiscover information, ie  do  not  use  the
              cached information.  This option is slower but should be used if
              the diag tools have not been used for some time or if there  are
              other reasons to believe that the fabric has changed.

       -s <err1,err2,...>
              Suppress the errors listed in the comma separated list provided.

       -S <switch_guid>
              Report results only for the switch specified. (hex format)

       -D <direct_route>
              Report results only for the switch specified by the direct route

       -d     Include the optional transmit and receive data counters.

       -C <ca_name>    use the specified ca_name for the search.

       -P <ca_port>    use the specified ca_port for the search.


       Ira Weiny