It’s possible to search through seastat command output on the VIOS using the –s flag. You specify the following attributes with this flag: searchtype=value.

Valid search values include:

 

mac, priority, vlan, ip, host,

greaterbytessent (gbs), greaterbytesrecv (gbr),

greaterpktssent (gps), greaterpktsrecv (gpr),

smallerbytessent (sbs), smallerbytesrecv (sbr),

smallerpktssent (sps), smallerpktsrecv (spr)

 

For example, to search for a particular host:

 

$ seastat -d ent19 -s host=aixvioc1

 

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Advanced Statistics for SEA

Device Name: ent19

 

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MAC: 42:BA:1D:00:B9:0C

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VLAN: None

VLAN Priority: None

Hostname: aixvioc1.xyz.com

IP: 10.1.1.7

 

Transmit Statistics:                   Receive Statistics:

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Packets: 11630504                      Packets: 16040250

Bytes: 12106445229                     Bytes: 3629657696

 

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To search for a particular IP address:

 

$ seastat -d ent19 -n -s ip=10.1.1.9

 

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Advanced Statistics for SEA

Device Name: ent19

 

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MAC: 2A:8C:8B:7C:D0:0C

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VLAN: None

VLAN Priority: None

IP: 10.1.1.9

 

Transmit Statistics:                   Receive Statistics:

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Packets: 30517                         Packets: 14900

Bytes: 36280372                        Bytes: 1751127

 

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