Using the Fabric Transaction Commands
You can display transaction information for a switch by using the transaction-show and the transaction-node-show commands and selecting a tabular or vertical format.
For example,
CLI network-admin@switch > transaction-show format all layout vertical
start-time: 03-19,13:46:42
end-time: 03-19,13:46:43
scope:        fabric
tid:          33
state:        remote-commit
command:      --unrecoverable-- vlan-delete id 22
undo-command: --unrecoverable-- vlan-create id 22 nvid a000030:16 scope fabric name vlan-22 active yes stats vrg 0:0 ports 1-72,128-129,255 untagged-ports none send-ports 31,41,47-48,51,65-66 active-edge-ports none ports-specified false flags
start-time: 09:36:09
end-time: 09:36:09
scope:        fabric
tid:          34
state:        remote-commit
command:      vlan-create id 35 scope fabric stats ports-specified true
Note that, in the command output, the scope parameter indicates which set of transactions to display, as each scope has an independent set of transactions associated with it.
Netvisor ONE uses fabric as the default scope unless you specify a different scope.
Also note that you should not copy and paste commands and undo-commands from this output because they may include information that does not apply to a different context. Netvisor ONE displays the fields for informational purposes only to allow you to see exactly what happens to the configuration when you roll forward or roll back the transaction ID.
Once you decide which node to modify and the transaction to roll forward or roll back, you can use the transaction-rollforward-to or transaction-rollback-to commands to re-run the command (roll forward) or undo the command (rollback) on the node being troubleshooted or in a broader scope.