rstat - show resource reservation status
rstat [ -fpn ] [ -h node_name ]
Rstat displays the RSVP reservation state on the local system or on any
specific remote node.
In default operation, rstat displays reservation state for each interface
and each session (destination address and port) for which there is a
reservation. Each line contains the interface name, the style, the
session address and port, the filter spec selecting sender(s), and the
next hop address. If there is path state but no reservation, rstat
simply lists the session with the notation "(no resv)". Additional
information can be displayed, under control of the options.
If there is no RSVP daemon on this node or if the daemon is earlier than
Release 3.1, rstat will time out after 5 seconds.
-f Display the flowspec for each reservation, in the line following the
-n Display all IP addresses in numeric (i.e., dotted-decimal) form, do
not try to convert them to DNS names.
-p Display path state for each session, following the corresponding
reservation state. There will be one line for each sender,
containing the session address and port, the sender template, and
the previous hop address. If the f flag is also present, there will
be second line for each sender containing the sender tspec.
-h Return the reservation status from the node named node_name, instead
of the local node.
rsvpd(1m), rtap(1m), rsvpeep(1m), rsvpfilter(1m), psifconfig(1m)
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