failstat  [bhHTUV] [c community] [p port] [t timeout] [d facility]
       [ hostname ]


       Failstat queries the faild(l) on a remote host and displays  the  state
       of  all  services  provided by that host. The hostname argument is only
       necessary when querying a remote host, if not specfied, the local  host
       is  assumed.  However,  failstat  does not contact the loopback address, but rather the IP address the nodename of the  current  host
       resolves  to.  It is possible that the node name does not resolve to an
       address, in which case the hostname must be specified even when quering
       faild on the local machine.


              set  the  community  string to community.  If the community does
              not match a RO community as defined in failsh(l), access will be

              increase  the  debug  level  for facility facility.  See failde
              bug(l) for a list of available facilities.

       h     Suppress the header line to help in  processing  the  output  by
              shell scripts.

       H     format the output in HTML.

       T     use TCP to connect to remote hosts.

              set  the  remote  call timeout to timeout seconds. Default is 10

       U     use the UDP protocol to connect to remote hosts.

       pport connect to port port on the remote host. If this argument is not
              specified,  the  default  of 1291 is used (or some other port as
              may have been specified during the  configuration  step  of  the
              failover installation).

       V     display failover version and exit.


       This  page  documents  failstat  as it appears in version 0.5.16 of the
       failover utilities.


       failc(1), faild(8), faildebug(8), faildump(1), failmon(1), failsh(8)


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