You use lmvutil commands to view, modify, and maintain your Cloud Pod Architecture environment. You can use View Administrator to monitor the health of pods in the pod federation. View a Cloud Pod Architecture ConfigurationYou can use lmvutil commands to view a Cloud Pod Architecture configuration information, including information about global entitlements, home sites, and pod federation topology. View Pod Federation Health in View AdministratorView constantly monitors the health of the pod federation by checking the health of each pod and View Connection Server instances in those pods. You can view the health of a pod federation in View Administrator. View Desktop Sessions in a Pod FederationYou can use View Administrator to search for and view desktop sessions across the pod federation. Determine the Effective Home Site for a UserBecause you can assign home sites to both users and groups, a single user can have multiple home sites. In addition, home sites associated with global entitlements can override home sites associated with users and groups. For these reasons, it can be difficult to determine the effective home site for a particular user. You can use the lmvutil command to list a user's effective home site. Add a Pod to a SiteYou can use the lmvutil command with the --assignPodToSite option to add a pod to an existing site. Remove a Pod From a Pod FederationYou can use lmvutil commands to remove a pod that was previously joined to a pod federation. You might want to remove a pod from a pod federation if it is being recommissioned for another purpose or if it was wrongly configured. Modifying Global EntitlementsYou can add and remove desktop pools, users, and groups from global entitlements. You can also delete global entitlements and modify global entitlement attributes and policies. Remove a Home Site AssociationYou can use lmvutil commands to remove associations between a user or group and a home site. You can also remove the association between a home site and a global entitlement for a specified user or group. Disable the Cloud Pod Architecture FeatureYou can use the lmvutil command with the --uninitialize option to disable the Cloud Pod Architecture feature. You need to run this command on only one pod in the pod federation. When you disable the Cloud Pod Architecture feature, your entire Cloud Pod Architecture configuration, including sites, home sites, and global entitlements, is deleted.