Displaying Database Process Information

To view only the database processes, run the show database command:

nuocmd show database --db-name <name> [--all-incarnations]

Note: The show database command is issued using NuoDB Command (nuocmd). For more information on NuoDB Command and other command line tools, see Command Line Tools.

For example, run the show database command for a database called test :

nuocmd show database --db-name test
Database(default_options={ext-start: true}, default_region_id=0, incarnation=(1, 0), name=test, server_assignments={}, state=RUNNING)
  test [RUNNING]
    [SM] server0:48006 [StartId = 0] [ServerId = server0] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [TE] server0:48006 [StartId = 1] [ServerId = server0] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [SM] server1:48006 [StartId = 2] [ServerId = server1] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [TE] server1:48006 [StartId = 3] [ServerId = server1] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [SM] server2:48006 [StartId = 4] [ServerId = server2] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [TE] server2:48006 [StartId = 5] [ServerId = server2] MONITORED:RUNNING

Or, using the --all-incarnations option as follows:

nuocmd show database --db-name test --all-incarnations
Database(default_options={ext-start: true}, default_region_id=0, incarnation=(1, 2), name=test, server_assignments={}, state=RUNNING)
  test [RUNNING]
    [SM] server0:48006 [StartId = 0] [ServerId = server0] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [TE] server0:48006 [StartId = 1] [ServerId = server0] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [SM] server1:48006 [StartId = 2] [ServerId = server1] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [SM] server2:48006 [StartId = 4] [ServerId = server2] MONITORED:RUNNING
    [TE] server1:48006 (Default) [start_id = 3] [server_id = server1] [pid = 38] [node_id = 3] EXITED(MONITORED:RUNNING):(2019-03-11T17:00:33.455+0000) Engine connection to admin process closed (?)
    [TE] server2:48006 (Default) [start_id = 5] [server_id = server2] [pid = 38] [node_id = 6] EXITED(MONITORED:RUNNING):(2019-03-11T17:00:33.453+0000) Engine connection to admin process closed (?)