15.00 - LIST HOST - Teradata Database

Teradata Database Support Utilities

prodname
Teradata Database
vrm_release
15.00
category
Configuration
featnum
B035-1180-015K

LIST HOST

Purpose  

The LIST HOST command displays all hosts in a current or new configuration.

Syntax  

 

Syntax element …

Specifies …

SHORT

the compact display of all hosts in a current or new configuration map. This is the default.

This option contains these fields:

  • HostNo
  • Logical HostID
  • Type
  • Connected PE range
  • LONG

    the detailed display of all hosts in a current or new configuration map.

    This option contains these fields:

  • HostNo
  • Logical HostID
  • Type
  • Connected PE
  • FROM

    that you will choose the type of configuration map to be displayed.

    CURRENT

    the configuration map that the Teradata Database is using currently. This is the default.

    If you do not specify the map type, the current configuration map is displayed.

    NEW

    the proposed configuration map.

    Usage Notes  

    The LIST HOST command displays the host configuration map.

    Example  

    An example output generated by the LIST HOST command is shown below:

    HOSTs ARRAY
    _______________________
     
    HostNo    LogicalHostID        Type    Connected PE Range
    ______    _____________        ____    __________________
     52            1076            COP     16379-16383
     821           821             IBM     16377
     829           829             IBM     16378
     
    HOSTs ARRAY
    _______________________
     
    HostNo    LogicalHostID        Type    Connected PE Range
    ______    _____________        ____    __________________
     52            1076            COP     16379
                                           16380
                                           16381
                                           16382
                                           16383
    821             821            IBM     16377
    829             829            IBM     16378

    For information about the ranges of logical host IDs for all supported hosts, see “Hosts” on page 18.