DEVLINK-MONITOR(8) Linux DEVLINK-MONITOR(8)
devlink-monitor - state monitoring
devlink monitor [ all | OBJECT-LIST ]
The devlink utility can monitor the state of devlink devices and ports continuously. This option has a slightly different format. Namely, the monitor command is the first in the command line and then the object list. OBJECT-LIST is the list of object types that we want to monitor. It may contain dev, port, health, trap, trap-group, trap-policer. devlink opens Devlink Netlink socket, listens on it and dumps state changes.
devlink(8), devlink-dev(8), devlink-sb(8), devlink-port(8), devlink-health(8), devlink-trap(8),
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Pages that refer to this page: devlink(8), devlink-dev(8), devlink-dpipe(8), devlink-port(8), devlink-region(8), devlink-resource(8), devlink-sb(8), devlink-trap(8)