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Option -l / -L
With function saprouter -l (IBM i: saprouter '-l') you trigger the SAProuter to display route information on the screen; with saprouter -L (IBM i: saprouter '-L') you get more detailed information.
The information contains the following:
A table with the connection number, client, partner, and service for each existing connection Connections for which the connection trace is activated are marked with an asterisk (*).
For more information, see Option -t (toggle trace)
The total number of clients, the working directory in which SAProuter is running, and the path of the route permission table
If you want to display the SAProuter information from a remote host, use option -H <hostname> [-P <password>].End of the note.
Route Details for Several SAProuters
If you are running several SAProuter processes, and you want to display the route details of a SAProuter other than the last one started, use option Option -S <service> and specify the port. You can find out the port of the SAProuter preceding the current one by using the option -l (see above).
If you specify saprouter –l, the output may look like:
Wed Apr 11 09:01:57 2007 SAP Network Interface Router, Version 38.0 Wed Apr 11 09:01:58 2007 peer SAProuter with NI version 38 ... send info-request to running SAProuter ... SAP Network Interface Router running on port 3299 (PID = 1576962) Started on: Wed Apr 13 09:00:10 2005 ID CLIENT | PARTNER service --------------------------------+------------------------------------ 7 localhost | (no partner) 6 10.18.203.8 | 10.17.74.118 3227 4 *10.18.203.8 | 10.17.74.118 3227 2 10.18.203.8 | 10.17.74.118 3227 Total no. of clients: 7 Working directory : /net/usr.scratch/d039768/mm/rs6000_64 Routtab : ./saprouttab
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