To list a specified activation state, use the following rhino-console command or related MBean operation.

Console command: listservicesbystate


listservicesbystate <state> [-node node]
    List the services that are in the specified state (on the specified node)


The activation state of a service is node-specific. If the -node argument is not provided, this command returns the services in the given activation state on the node that rhino-console is connected to for management. (Otherwise, the command returns the services in the given activation state on the specified node.)


To list the services in the ACTIVE state on node 102:

$ ./rhino-console listservicesbystate Active -node 102
Services in Active state on node 102:
  ServiceID[name=SIP Proxy Service,vendor=OpenCloud,version=1.8]
  ServiceID[name=SIP Registrar Service,vendor=OpenCloud,version=1.8]

MBean operation: getServices



Get services on all nodes
public ServiceID[] getServices(ServiceState state)
  throws NullPointerException, ManagementException;

Rhino’s implementation of the SLEE-defined getServices operation returns an array identifying all the services in the requested state on the node where you invoke the operation.

Rhino extension

Get services on specific nodes
public ServiceID[] getServices(ServiceState state, int nodeID)
  throws NullPointerException, InvalidArgumentException,

Rhino provides an extension that adds an argument that lets you control the nodes on which to list services in a particular state (by specifying node IDs).

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