Get information about the KBs on the cluster, and running ones
visible to the client.
When the name of a KB is given,
the disk space used on each node in the cluster.
When run without arguments it prints the KBs that have been
created on the cluster, followed but the ones that are currently
This command depends on the config file /etc/4s-cluster, see 4s-cluster(5).
If you do not have Avahi support (ie. clustering is not enabled) then you will
not be able to see the list of running KBs on the cluster.