In the Cluster Configuration Tool, the following information for a given <service> element is viewable directly on the Services tab (when the service configuration is fully expanded):
Device special file name
Service IP address
NFS export and clients (if specified) for the device
You can display the failover domain, check interval, and user script name for a <service> by accessing its properties dialog box.
The Samba share name, mount point, file system type, and mount options for a service are displayed as the properties for a <device>.
You can view the permissions for NFS client access by displaying <client> properties.
To display the properties for an element in the cluster configuration, use any of the following methods:
Double-click the element name.
Select the element name and click Properties.
Select the element name and choose File => Properties.
For instructions on configuring a service using the Cluster Configuration Tool, refer to Section 3.10 Adding a Service to the Cluster.
To display cluster service status, refer to Section 8.2 Displaying Cluster and Service Status.