Using the NIM lswpar operation
Use the lswpar operation to list the characteristics of a WPAR. A WPAR client must have a valid mgmt_profile for the managing system, and the managing system must be running.
The command line syntax for the lswpar operation is as follows:
nim -o lswpar -a Attribute=Value ... TargetName|TargetNames
The target of a lswpar operation can be a WPAR client, group of WPAR clients, stand-alone client, or group of stand-alone clients. If the target is a stand-alone client or group of stand-alone clients, the operation lists information for WPARs which are on the target, regardless of whether or not those WPARs are NIM clients.
There are no required attributes for the lswpar operation. The following optional attributes can be specified for the lswpar operation:
- -a cmd_flags=Value
- Specifies flags to pass through to the operation on the managing system to activate the system. See the lswpar command for allowable flags.
- -a group=Value
- Specifies the name of a WPAR group to use for the operation.
- -a show_progress=Value
- Indicates whether status should be displayed as the operation
is performed. The default value is