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    show app-engine virtual-machine instance

    Syntax

    show app-engine virtual-machine instance <instance-name><brief | detail>

    Release Information

    Command introduced in Junos OS Release 12.3.

    Command introduced in Junos OS Release 13.2X51-D15 for the QFX Series.

    Description

    Display the status of a virtual machine (VM) instance.

    Options

    instance-name

    (Optional) Name of the VM instance.

    (brief | detail)

    (Optional) Level of description of display.

    Additional Information

    For commands with an optional instance-name, if the instance-name is omitted, the command will be executed on all VM instances.

    If neither brief nor detail option is specified, the default is brief.

    Required Privilege Level

    view

    List of Sample Output

    show app-engine virtual-machine instance
    show app-engine virtual-machine instance for a Single VM Instance
    show app-engine virtual-machine instance detail
    show app-engine virtual-machine instance (QFX5100 Switches)

    Output Fields

    For a description of the output fields, see Table 1. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

    Table 1: show app-engine virtual-machine instance Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    VM name

    Name of the VM instance.

    Compute cluster

    Name of the compute cluster.

    VM status

    Status of VM instance: active (the VM is up) or inactive (the VM is down).

    When the status is listed as ACTIVE, it does not mean that the operating system on the VM has come up. You need to telnet to the VM console to verify if the OS has come up or not and if everything is running properly.

    Compute node name

    Name of the compute node.

    VM UUID

    Unique identifier of the VM instance.

    Number of CPUs

    Number of CPU in the VM instance.

    VM disk image

    Name of VM disk image including package, version, and image (package-name/version/image-name).

    Memory (GB)

    Memory in gigabytes.

    Console

    Identifier of console.

    VM PID

    Process ID of VM instance.

    Name of the VM interface

    IP address of the VM.

    Name of the secondary disk or disks

    Size of secondary disk.

    Sample Output

    show app-engine virtual-machine instance

    user@host> show app-engine virtual-machine instance
    VM name                  Compute cluster           VM status
    attacker                           cc1             ACTIVE                 
    host                               cc1             ACTIVE                 
    snort                              cc1             ACTIVE                 
    

    show app-engine virtual-machine instance for a Single VM Instance

    user@host> show app-engine virtual-machine instance attacker
    VM name                  Compute cluster           VM status
    attacker                           cc1             ACTIVE                 
    

    show app-engine virtual-machine instance detail

    user@host> show app-engine virtual-machine instance attacker detail
    VM name: attacker
      VM status: ACTIVE
      Compute cluster name: cc1
      Compute node name: cn1
      VM UUID: 34938d5c-6c45-11e1-8b1f-00e081ca5959
      VM disk image: centos_vm/12.3B2/centos.img
      Number of CPUs: 1
      Memory (GB): 1
      Console: 10.5.5.9 15144
      VM PID: 9792
      eth0: 10.5.5.29
      hda: 10 GB

    Sample Output

    show app-engine virtual-machine instance (QFX5100 Switches)

    root> show app-engine virtual-machine instance
    VM name                  Compute cluster           VM status
    vm                     default-cluster           ACTIVE

    Published: 2014-03-31