Fujitsu M5000 Security Camera User Manual

SPARC® Enterprise
M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000
Servers XSCF Reference Manual
XSCF Control Package (XCP) 105x
Manual Code C120-E333-04EN
Part No. 819-7891-11
September 2007, Revision A
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Contents
Preface
Intro
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1
addboard
7
addcodlicense
addfru
11
13
adduser
15
applynetwork
cfgdevice
21
clockboard
console
17
27
29
deleteboard
31
deletecodlicense
deletefru
37
deleteuser
39
disableuser
41
enableuser
43
exit
35
45
flashupdate
fmadm
51
fmdump
fmstat
53
61
getflashimage
ioxadm
47
65
69
v
man
81
moveboard
83
nslookup
87
password
89
poweroff
93
poweron
97
prtfru
101
rebootxscf
105
replacefru
107
reset
109
resetdateoffset
113
sendbreak
115
setaltitude
117
setarchiving
setaudit
119
123
setautologout
setcod
131
setdate
setdcl
129
135
139
setdomainmode
setdomparam
setdscp
145
149
151
setdualpowerfeed
setemailreport
sethostname
157
161
sethttps
163
setldap
169
setlocale
173
setlocator
175
setlookup
177
setnameserver
setnetwork
setntp
179
181
187
setpasswordpolicy
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setpowerupdelay
setprivileges
setroute
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197
201
setshutdowndelay
setsmtp
207
setsnmp
211
setsnmpusm
217
setsnmpvacm
setssh
205
221
225
settelnet
229
settimezone
setupfru
231
239
setupplatform
241
showaltitude
245
showarchiving
showaudit
247
251
showautologout
showboards
showcod
255
257
261
showcodlicense
263
showcodusage
265
showconsolepath
showdate
showdcl
271
273
275
showdevices
281
showdomainmode
287
showdomainstatus
289
showdscp
291
showdualpowerfeed
showemailreport
297
showenvironment
showfru
295
299
303
showhardconf
showhostname
305
311
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showhttps
313
showldap
315
showlocale
317
showlocator
showlogs
319
321
showlookup
335
showmonitorlog
337
shownameserver
339
shownetwork
shownotice
showntp
341
347
349
showpasswordpolicy
351
showpowerupdelay
showresult
355
showroute
357
353
showshutdowndelay
showsmtp
363
showsnmp
365
showsnmpusm
367
showsnmpvacm
showssh
369
371
showstatus
375
showtelnet
377
showtimezone
showuser
379
385
snapshot
387
switchscf
395
testsb
397
unlockmaintenance
version
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405
viewaudit
who
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Preface
This manual describes how to use the shell command which can be executed in the
eXtended System Control Facility (hereinafter referred to as XSCF) environment in
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 servers. The shell command is
hereinafter referred to as XSCF shell command.
XSCF is a system monitoring facility to conduct monitoring, control, operation, or
maintenance of main unit and domains of SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/
M9000 servers. It is mounted as a firmware on the service processor which is
independent from the processor of the system. For each command, this manual
describes how to use and the execution examples, available in XSCF environment.
This document is provided as a manual to study the point which you can't understand
or would like to check on, while using XSCF shell command. Instead of reading from
the start as you do so when reading a tutorial, it is recommended to use this manual
as you come across a point you would like to check on.
The description of XSCF shell command written in this manual is the same as the
manual page which appears as a result of man command executed in XSCF
environment. For how to use the man command, please refer to man(1) in this manual.
In addition, for the detail content of XSCF, please refer to SPARC Enterprise M4000/
M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers XSCF User’s Guide.
This section includes:
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“Audience” on page x
“Notation of This Manual” on page x
“SPARC Enterprise Mx000 Servers Documentation” on page xii
“Abbreviated References to Other Documents” on page xvi
“Models” on page xvii
“Prompt Notations” on page xvii
“Software License” on page xvii
“Fujitsu Welcomes Your Comments” on page xviii
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Audience
This manual is intended for users, who administrate SPARC Enterprise M4000/
M5000/M8000/M9000 servers (hereinafter referred to as XSCF user). The XSCF user is
required to have the following knowledge:
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SolarisTM Operating System and Unix command
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 servers and basic knowledge of
XSCF
Notation of This Manual
Here describes the notation used in this manual.
Intro(8) provides the XSCF shell commands and the brief description of them in the
alphabetical order.
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Each XSCF shell command is described in the order of sections below. When there's no
relevant description provided, the section itself is omitted.
Section
Description
NAME
This section gives the names of the XSCF shell commands,
followed by a brief description of what they do.
SYNOPSIS
This section gives the syntax of commands.
The use of font style complies with the following rule.
bold
Enters the command name or the constants as
displayed.
Italic
Substitutes the variables and so forth with the
appropriate values when the command executed.
The use of symbols such as parenthesis complies with the
following rule.
[]
Brackets. The OPTIONS or OPERANDS enclosed in
these brackets can be omitted. Those not enclosed can't
be omitted.
{}
Braces. The OPTIONS or OPERANDS enclosed in these
braces are treated as a unit.
|
Separator. You should specify one of the OPTIONS or
OPERANDS delimited with this symbol "|".
...
Ellipsis. You can specify multiple OPTIONS or
OPERANDS just before.
DESCRIPTION
This section gives the detailed description such as the
command function. It describes the behavior after the
command executed and the content to be displayed. It doesn't
describe how to specify the OPTIONS or OPERANDS.
Privileges
This section gives the privileges required for command
execution. In case that what can be executed varies by the user
privileges, it is described here.
OPTIONS
This section gives the meaning of and how to specify the
OPTIONS. In case the OPERANDS required for the OPTIONS,
it is described here.
To specify multiple 1-character OPTIONS, you may specify the
first OPTION followed by the alphabetic part of the second.
e.g. fmadm -a -i
fmadm -ai
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Section
Description
OPERANDS
This section gives the meaning of and how to specify the
OPERANDS. The OPERANDS which follows the OPTIONS are
described in "OPTIONS."
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
This section gives the description in case the supplementary
explanation required in addition to the content written in
"DESCRIPTION." Also used to divide the description
prolonged in "DESCRIPTION."
EXAMPLES
This section gives the examples of command execution. The
explanation of examples, the execution command, and the
messages returned from the system as a result of execution.
EXIT STATUS
This section gives the status which shows whether or not the
command executed normally terminated. "0" for normal
termination, and ">0" for abnormal termination.
SEE ALSO
This section gives the related command names.
SPARC Enterprise Mx000 Servers
Documentation
The manuals listed below are provided for reference.
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Book Titles
Manual Codes
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Site Planning Guide
C120-H015
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Site Planning Guide
C120-H014
SPARC Enterprise Equipment Rack Mounting Guide
C120-H016
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Getting Started Guide
C120-E345
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Getting Started Guide
C120-E323
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Overview Guide
C120-E346
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Overview Guide
C120-E324
Important Safety Information for Hardware Systems
C120-E391
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Safety and
Compliance Guide
C120-E348
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Book Titles
Manual Codes
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Safety and
Compliance Guide
C120-E326
External I/O Expansion Unit Safety and Compliance Guide
C120-E457
SPARC Enterprise M4000 Server Unpacking Guide
C120-E349
SPARC Enterprise M5000 Server Unpacking Guide
C120-E350
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Unpacking Guide
C120-E327
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Installation Guide
C120-E351
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Installation Guide
C120-E328
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Service Manual
C120-E352
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Service Manual
C120-E330
External I/O Expansion Unit Installation and Service Manual
C120-E329
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers RCI
Build Procedure
C120-E361
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers
Administration Guide
C120-E331
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers XSCF
User’s Guide
C120-E332
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers XSCF
Reference Manual
C120-E333
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers
Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) User’s Guide
C120-E335
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers
Capacity on Demand (COD) User’s Guide
C120-E336
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers RCI
User’s Guide
C120-E360
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Product Notes
Go to the Web
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Product Notes
Go to the Web
External I/O Expansion Unit Product Notes
C120-E456
1. Manuals on the Web
The latest versions of all the SPARC Enterprise series manuals are available at the
following websites.
Global Site:
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http://www.fujitsu.com/sparcenterprise/manual/
Japanese Site:
http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/sparcenterprise/manual/
Note – Product Notes is available on the website only. Please check for the recent
update on your product.
2. Documentation CD
For the Documentation CD, please contact your local sales representative.
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SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Documentation CD (C120-E365)
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Documentation CD (C120-E364)
3. Manual included on the Enhanced Support Facility x.x CD-ROM disk
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Remote maintenance Service
Book Title
Manual Code
Enhanced Support Facility User’s Guide for REMCS
C112-B067
4. Provided in system
Man page of the XSCF
Note – The man page can be referenced on the XSCF Shell, and it provides the same
content as the SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers XSCF Reference
Manual.
5. Documentations and Supporting on the Web
The latest information about other documents and the supporting of the SPARC
Enterprise series are provided on the website.
a. Message:
http://www.fujitsu.com/sparcenterprise/msg/
b. Downloading the firmware program:
Contact the field engineer.
The following files or document are provided:
i. Firmware program file (XSCF Control Package (XCP) file)
ii. XSCF extension MIB definition file
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Note – XSCF Control Package (XCP) : XCP is a package which has the control
programs of hardware that configures a computing system. The XSCF firmware and
the OpenBoot PROM firmware are included in the XCP file.
c. Fault Management MIB (SUN-FM-MIB) definition file
http://src.opensolaris.org/source/xref/innv/onnv-gate/usr/
src/lib/fm/libfmd_snmp/mibs/
d. Solaris Operating System Related Manuals
http://docs.sun.com/
6. Provided in firmware program CD (For maintenance service <for FEs>)
a. Firmware program file (XSCF Control Package (XCP) file)
b. XSCF extension MIB definition file
7. Information on Using the RCI function
The manual does not contain an explanation of the RCI build procedure. For
information on using the RCI function, refer to the SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/
M8000/M9000 Servers RCI Build Procedure and SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/
M8000/M9000 Servers RCI User’s Guide available on the website.
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Abbreviated References to Other
Documents
In this manual, the following abbreviated titles may be used when referring to a
systems manual. The following table lists the abbreviations used in this manual.
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Abbreviated Title
Full Title
Overview Guide
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Overview
Guide
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Overview
Guide
Service Manual
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers Service
Manual
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Service
Manual
Installation Guide
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 Servers
Installation Guide
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers
Installation Guide
Administration Guide
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000
Servers Administration Guide
XSCF User’s Guide
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000
Servers XSCF User’s Guide
Dynamic Reconfiguration
User’s Guide
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000
Servers Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) User’s Guide
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Models
The model names used in this manual are as follows.
Server class
Model name
Midrange
SPARC Enterprise M4000
SPARC Enterprise M5000
High-end
SPARC Enterprise M8000
SPARC Enterprise M9000
Prompt Notations
The following prompt notations are used in the manual.
Shell
Prompt Notations
XSCF
XSCF>
C shell
machine-name%
C shell super user
machine-name#
Bourne shell and Korn shell
$
Bourne shell and Korn shell
super user
#
OpenBoot PROM
ok
Software License
The function to explain in this manual uses the softwares of GPL,LGPL and others.
For the information of the license, see Appendix E, "Software License Condition" in
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers XSCF User’s Guide.
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Fujitsu Welcomes Your Comments
We would appreciate your comments and suggestions to improve this document. You
can submit your comments by using “Reader's Comment Form” on page xix.
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Intro(8)
NAME
DESCRIPTION
LIST OF
COMMANDS
Intro - eXtended System Control Facility (XSCF) man pages
This manual contains XSCF man pages.
The following commands are supported:
Intro, intro
eXtended System Control Facility (XSCF) man pages
addboard
configure an eXtended System Board(XSB) into the domain
configuration or assigns it to the domain configuration
addcodlicense
add a Capacity on Demand (COD) right-to-use (RTU)
license key to the COD license database
addfru
add a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU)
adduser
create an XSCF user account
applynetwork
reset XSCF to reflect information that has been set for the
XSCF network
cfgdevice
connect a DVD/TAPE drive to the port, disconnect it from
the port, or display the status of the drive
clockboard
set or display the clock control unit used at system startup
console
connect to a domain console
deleteboard
disconnect an eXtended System Board (XSB) from the
domain configuration
deletecodlicense
remove a Capacity on Demand (COD) right-to-use (RTU)
license key from the COD license database
deletefru
delete a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU)
deleteuser
delete an XSCF user account
disableuser
disable an XSCF user account
enableuser
enable an XSCF user account
exit
exit the XSCF shell
flashupdate
update the firmware
fmadm
fault management configuration tool
fmdump
view fault management logs
fmstat
report fault management module statistics
getflashimage
download a firmware image file
ioxadm
manage External I/O Expansion Units
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man
display manual pages of specified XSCF shell command
moveboard
move an eXtended System Board (XSB) from the current
domain to another
nslookup
refer to the DNS server for the host
password
manage user passwords and expiration settings
poweroff
turn off the power to the specified domain
poweron
turn on the power to the specified domain
prtfru
display FRUID data on the system and External I/O
Expansion Unit
rebootxscf
reset the XSCF
replacefru
replace a field replaceable unit (FRU)
reset
reset the specified domain
resetdateoffset
reset the time subtraction between XSCF and the domain.
sendbreak
send a break signal to the specified domain
setaltitude
set the altitude of the system
setarchiving
configure the log archiving functionality
setaudit
manage the system auditing functionality
setautologout
set the session timeout time of the XSCF shell
setcod
set up the Capacity on Demand (COD) resources used for
domains
setdate
set the date and time of XSCF
setdcl
set a domain component list (DCL)
setdomainmode
set a domain mode
setdomparam
forcibly rewrite OpenBoot PROM environment variables
setdscp
set the IP address assignments for the Domain to Service
Processor Communications Protocol (DSCP)
setdualpowerfeed
set dual power feed mode
setemailreport
set up the email report configuration data
sethostname
set a host name and domain name for an XSCF unit
sethttps
start or stop the HTTPS service, which is used in the XSCF
network. This command also performs authenticationrelated settings.
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setldap
configure the Service Processor as a Lightweight Directory
Access Protocol (LDAP) client
setlocale
sets the default locale of the XSCF
setlocator
control the blinking of the CHECK LED on the operator
panel
setlookup
enable or disable the use of the Lightweight Directory
Access Protocol (LDAP) server for authentication and
privilege lookup
setnameserver
set the domain name system (DNS) servers used in the
XSCF network
setnetwork
configure a network interface using by XSCF
setntp
set the NTP servers used in the XSCF network
setpasswordpolicy manage the system password policy
setpowerupdelay
set the warm-up time of the system and wait time before
system startup
setprivileges
assign user privileges
setroute
set routing information for an XSCF network interface
setshutdowndelay
set the shutdown wait time at power interruption of the
uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
setsmtp
set up the SMTP settings
setsnmp
manage the SNMP agent
setsnmpusm
specify the SNMPv3 agent’s User-based Security Model
(USM) configuration
setsnmpvacm
modify the SNMPv3 agent’s View-based Access Control
Model (VACM) configuration
setssh
set the SSH service used in the XSCF network. Also,
generate the host public key, and register or delete the user
public key, which are necessary for the SSH service
settelnet
start or stop the telnet service used in the XSCF network
settimezone
set the time zone and Daylight Saving Time of XSCF
setupfru
set up device hardware
setupplatform
set up platform specific settings
showaltitude
display the altitude state of the system
showarchiving
display log archiving configuration and status
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showaudit
display the current auditing system state
showautologout
display the session timeout time of the XSCF shell
showboards
display information on an eXtended System Board (XSB)
showcod
display Capacity on Demand (COD) configuration
information
showcodlicense
display the current Capacity on Demand (COD) right-touse (RTU) licenses stored in the COD license database
showcodusage
display the current usage statistics for Capacity on Demand
(COD) resources
showconsolepath
display information on the domain console that is currently
connected
showdate
show the date and time of XSCF
showdcl
display the current domain component list (DCL)
showdevices
display current information on an eXtended System Board
(XSB)
showdomainmode
display the domain mode
showdomainstatus
display the current domain component list (DCL)
showdscp
display the IP addresses assigned to the Domain to Service
Processor Communications Protocol (DSCP)
showdualpowerfeed display the current setting of dual power feed mode
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showemailreport
display the email report configuration data
showenvironment
display the intake air temperature and humidity,
temperature sensor information, voltage sensor
information, and fan rotation information about the system
showfru
display the hardware settings of specified device
showhardconf
display information about field replaceable unit (FRU)
installed in the system
showhostname
display the current host name for the XSCF unit
showhttps
display the status of the HTTPS service set for the XSCF
network
showldap
display the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
configuration for the Service Processor
showlocale
display the current setting for the XSCF locale
showlocator
display the state of the CHECK LED on the operator panel
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showlogs
display the specified log
showlookup
display the configuration for authentication and privileges
lookup
showmonitorlog
display the contents of monitoring messages in real time.
shownameserver
display the registered domain name system (DNS) servers
specified on the XSCF network
shownetwork
display information of network interfaces for XSCF
shownotice
display copyright and license information for the copyright
information for eXtended System Control Facility (XSCF)
Control Package (XCP)
showntp
display the NTP servers currently set for the XSCF network
showpasswordpolicy display the current password settings
showpowerupdelay
display the current settings for the warm-up time of the
system and wait time before system startup
showresult
display the exit status of the most recently executed
command
showroute
display routing information for an XSCF network interface
showshutdowndelay show the shutdown wait time at power interruption of the
uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
showsmtp
display the SMTP configuration information
showsnmp
display the configuration information and current status of
the SNMP agent
showsnmpusm
display the current User-based Security Model (USM)
information for the SNMP agent
showsnmpvacm
display the current View-based Access Control Access
(VACM) information for the SNMP agent
showssh
display the status, host public keys, fingerprint, or user
public keys of the SSH service configured for the XSCF
network
showstatus
display the degraded Field Replaceable Units (FRUs)
showtelnet
display the current status of the telnet service for the XSCF
network
showtimezone
display the XSCF time zone and Daylight Saving Time
information of current settings
showuser
display user account information
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Intro(8)
snapshot
collect and transfer environment, log, error, and FRUID
data
switchscf
switch the XSCF unit between the active and standby states
testsb
perform an initial diagnosis of the specified physical
system board (PSB)
unlockmaintenance forcibly release the locked status of XSCF
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version
display firmware version
viewaudit
display audit records
who
display a list of the user accounts who are logged in to the
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addboard(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
addboard - configure an eXtended System Board(XSB) into the domain
configuration or assign it to the domain configuration
addboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] [-c configure] -d domain_id xsb [ xsb...]
addboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] -c assign -d domain_id xsb [ xsb...]
addboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] -c reserve -d domain_id xsb [ xsb...]
addboard -h
DESCRIPTION
The addboard(8) command, based on domain component list (DCL), configures a
XSB into the domain configuration or assigns it to the domain configuration.
One of the following configuration methods can be specified:
Privileges
configure
Configures an XSB into the specified domain configuration. The
incorporated XSB can be accessed from the operating system.
assign
Assigns an XSB to the specified domain. The assigned XSB is
reserved for the specified domain and cannot be configured in or
assigned to other domains. The assigned XSB is configured in
the domain by reboot or execution of the addboard(8)
command with "-c configure".
reserve
Reserves incorporation of an XSB into the domain configuration.
The action of "reserve" is the same as "assign."
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm
Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c assign
Assigns an XSB to the domain configuration. If the -c option is
omitted, "-c configure" is used.
-c configure
Configures an XSB in the domain configuration. If the -c option
is omitted, "-c configure" is used.
-c reserve
Reserves incorporation of an XSB into the domain configuration.
If the -c option is omitted, "-c configure" is used.
-d domain_id
Specifies the ID of the domain in which an XSB is to be
configured or to which it is to be assigned. domain_id can be 0–23
depending on the system configuration.
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Forcibly incorporates into a domain an XSB.
-f
Note – If the -f option is used to forcibly add a system board to
a domain, all the added hardware resources may not work
normally. For this reason, use of the -f option is not
recommended in normal operation. If the -f option must be
specified, verify the status of every added system board and
device.
OPERANDS
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-v
Displays a detailed message. If this option is specified with the
-q option, the -v option is ignored.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
The following operand is supported:
xsb
Specifies the XSB number to be configured or assigned. Multiple
xsb operands are permitted, separated by spaces. The following
xsb form is accepted:
x–y
where:
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
8
x
An integer from 00–15.
y
An integer from 0–3.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
■
If "-c configure" is specified when either the domain power has been turned
off or the operating system is not running, an error occurs.
■
When "-c configure" is specified, hardware diagnosis is performed on the
system board before it is incorporated into the domain. Therefore, command
execution may take time.
■
To use the addboard(8) command to configure or assign a system board, DCL
must be set up in advance using the setdcl(8) command.
■
If the addboard(8) command is executed under the progress of power-on or
power-off processing, the busy status is returned. After that processing in the
domain is completed, reexecute the command.
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addboard(8)
See the setdcl(8) and showdcl(8) commands for DCL.
■
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Configures XSB#00-0, #01-0, #02-0, and #03-0 into domain ID 0.
XSCF> addboard -y -c assign -d 0 00-0 01-0 02-0 03-0
EXAMPLE 2
Configures XSB#00-0, #01-0, #02-0, and #03-0 forcibly into domain ID 2.
XSCF> addboard -f -d 2 00-0 01-0 02-0 03-0
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
deleteboard(8), moveboard(8), replacefru(8), setdcl(8), setdomainmode(8),
setupfru(8), showboards(8),showdcl(8), showdevices(8),
showdomainstatus(8), showfru(8), testsb(8)
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addboard(8)
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addcodlicense(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
addcodlicense - add a Capacity on Demand (COD) right-to-use (RTU) license key to
the COD license database
addcodlicense license-signature
addcodlicense -h
DESCRIPTION
addcodlicense(8) adds the COD RTU specified license key to the COD license
database on the Service Processor. When the license key is added, the quantity of
headroom is reduced by the quantity provided by the license key. The quantity of
headroom cannot be lower than 0.
Note – Before you run this command, you must obtain a COD license key. To
obtain a license key, contact your sales representative. For details on COD RTU
license keys, refer to the COD documentation for your server.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
license-signature
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies the COD RTU license key to be added to the COD
license database.
Adding a COD RTU License Key
XSCF> addcodlicense \
01:84000000:104:0301010100:3:00000000:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
deletecodlicense(8), setcod(8), showcod(8), showcodlicense(8),
showcodusage(8)
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addcodlicense(8)
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addfru(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
addfru - add a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU)
addfru
addfru -h
DESCRIPTION
The addfru(8) command adds an FRU.
The addfru(8) command enables the user to make the settings that are required for
FRU addition and related to selecting, confirming, and mounting FRUs,
interactively using menus.
The following FRUs can be added by the addfru(8) command:
Privileges
■
CPU memory unit (CMU)
■
I/O unit (IOU)
■
Fan unit (FANU)
■
Power supply unit (PSU)
You must have fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
Displays usage statement.
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
deletefru(8), replacefru(8), setupfru(8), showfru(8), showhardconf(8),
testsb(8), unlockmaintenance(8)
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addfru(8)
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adduser(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
adduser - create an XSCF user account
adduser [-u UID] user
adduser -h
DESCRIPTION
adduser(8) creates a new local XSCF user account. This account is used to
configure, operate, manage and administrate the XSCF firmware. Initially, this
account has no password. It cannot be used for login until either the password is set
(using password(8)) or Secure Shell (SSH) public key authentication is set for the
user. The new account will be locked but not disabled. The system can support up
to 100 local users with an average length of 10 characters for the user operand.
When invoked without the -u option, adduser automatically assigns a UID for the
user account. When invoked with the -u option adduser assigns the given UID to
the user account. Automatic UIDs are assigned starting from 100.
If the Service Processor is configured to use Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
(LDAP) for user account data, the user name and UID (if specified) must not
already be in use, either locally or in LDAP.
When a user is created, adduser(8) command stores the current password policy
values in a file for the user. For more information on setting password policy see,
setpasswordpolicy(8).
Privileges
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-u UID
OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
user
EXAMPLES
Creates a new user with the given user identifier (UID). Specifying
a UID is optional. If specified, the UID must be greater than or
equal to 100; and 65534 and 65535 are reserved. If not specified, a
UID is automatically assigned.
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies a valid user name. Name of the user account to be
added. Maximum name length is 32 characters.
Creating a New User
XSCF> adduser -u 359 jsmith
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adduser(8)
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
deleteuser(8), disableuser(8), enableuser(8), password(8), setldap(8),
setpasswordpolicy(8), showldap(8), showpasswordpolicy(8), showuser(8)
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applynetwork(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
applynetwork - reflect the information that has been set for the XSCF network
applynetwork [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-M]
applynetwork -h
DESCRIPTION
applynetwork(8) command reflects the information that has been set for the XSCF
network to XSCF.
When you set one of the following for the XSCF network, it is necessary to execute
the applynetwork(8) command to reflect the information to XSCF.
■
XSCF host name
■
DNS domain name
■
IP address
■
netmask
■
routing
When you execute the applynetwork(8)command, it displays the information
which has been set to XSCF host name, DNS domain name, name server, IP
address, net mask, and routing. After reflected the information of XSCF network,
use the rebootxscf(8) command to reset XSCF, to complete the setting.
Note – If XSCF is reset without executing the applynetwork(8) command,
network information that is set is not reflected in XSCF. Also, information that is set
is deleted.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
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applynetwork(8)
EXAMPLES
■
Unless all of the host name, DNS domain name, IP address, net mask, and
routing settings have been made, it results in errors. Please execute the
sethostname(8), setnetwork(8), and setroute(8) command to set all items,
then reexecute the applynetwork(8) command.
■
To set to multiple interfaces, all of the host name, DNS domain name, IP address,
net mask, and routing settings need to be set on every interface. In these
interfaces, if any of these setting items omitted, it results in errors.
■
To specify a host name, use the sethostname(8) command. To specify an IP
address and net mask, use the setnetwork(8) command. To specify routing, use
the setroute(8) command.
EXAMPLE 1
Reflects the information that has been set for the XSCF network.
On a midrange server:
XSCF> applynetwork
The following network settings will be applied:
xscf#0 hostname :hostname-0
DNS domain name :example.com
nameserver
:10.23.4.3
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#0-lan#0
:up
:10.24.144.214
:255.255.255.0
:-n 0.0.0.0 -m 0.0.0.0 -g 10.24.144.1
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#0-lan#1
:down
:
:
:
Continue? [y|n] :y
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applynetwork(8)
On a high-end server:
The case of high-end server.
XSCF> applynetwork
The following network settings will be applied:
xscf#0 hostname :hostname-0
xscf#1 hostname :hostname-1
DNS domain name :example.com
nameserver
:10.23.4.3
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#0-lan#0
:up
:10.24.144.214
:255.255.255.0
: -n 0.0.0.0 -m 0.0.0.0 -g 10.24.144.1
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#0-lan#1
:down
:
:
:
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#0-if
:down
:10.24.100.1
:
:
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:lan#0
:down
:
:
:
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#1-lan#0
:up
:10.24.144.215
:255.255.255.0
: -n 0.0.0.0 -m 0.0.0.0 -g 10.24.144.1
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#1-lan#1
:down
:
:
:
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#1-if
:down
:10.24.100.2
:255.255.255.0
:
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:lan#1
:down
:
:
:
Continue? [y|n] :y
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EXAMPLE 2
On the midrange server, reflects the information that has been set for the
XSCF network. Automatically answers "y" to all prompts.
XSCF> applynetwork -y
The following network settings will be applied:
xscf#0 hostname :hostname-0
DNS domain name :example.com
nameserver
:10.23.4.3
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#0-lan#0
:up
:10.24.144.214
:255.255.255.0
:-n 0.0.0.0 -m 0.0.0.0 -g 10.24.144.1
interface
status
IP address
netmask
route
:xscf#0-lan#1
:down
:
:
:
Continue? [y|n] :y
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the network settings.
Please confirm that the settings have been applied by executing
showhostname, shownetwork, showroute and shownameserver after rebooting
the XSCF.
EXAMPLE 3
Reflects the information that has been set for the XSCF network. Suppresses prompts, and automatically answers "y" to all prompts.
XSCF> applynetwork -q -y
EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
rebootxscf(8), sethostname(8), setnameserver(8), setnetwork(8), setroute(8)
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cfgdevice(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
cfgdevice - connect the CD-RW/DVD-RW drive unit and the tape drive unit to the
port, disconnect it from the port, or display the status of the drive
cfgdevice [ [-q] -{y|n}] -c attach -p port_no
cfgdevice [ [-q] -{y|n}] -c detach -p port_no
cfgdevice -l [-M]
cfgdevice -h
DESCRIPTION
The cfgdevice(8) connects the CD-RW/DVD-RW drive unit and the tape drive
unit (hereafter collectively called the DVD drive/tape drive unit) to the specified
port, disconnects it from the domain, or displays the current status of the DVD
drive/tape drive unit.
To connect the DVD drive/tape drive unit, the port number which is a PCI slot
number on the I/O unit which installed IOU Onboard Device Card A (IOUA)
needs to specify. Executing the cfgdevice(8) command, the DVD drive/tape drive
unit is connected to specified port by the built-in switching unit.
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The current status of the drive that is displayed with this command includes the
following types of status information:
port_no
Port number of the port where the IOUA is installed and that
can be connected to the DVD drive/tape drive unit. It is
displayed in the "IOU number-PCI slot number" format.
IOU/SAS-status Connection status between IOUA and built-in switching unit.
It is changed by specifying "attach" or "detach."
■
enable/disable: Setting status of the cfgdeive(8)
command
enable: Connected with "-c attach."
disable: Not connected.
■
up/down: Logical connection between IOUA and built-in
switching unit.
up: Connected.
down: Not connected.
SAS-status
Connection status between I/O unit and the system.
■
enable/disable: Connection setting between I/O unit
and the system. When starting a domain with no I/O unit,
the "disable" may be displayed.
enable: Yes
disable: No
■
up/down: Logical connection between I/O unit and the
system.
up: Connected.
down: Not connected.
The cfgdevice(8) command is valid only for high-end server.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
■
For connection and disconnection:
platadm, fieldeng
■
For displaying the status:
platadm, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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cfgdevice(8)
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The following options are supported:
-c attach
Connects the DVD drive/tape drive unit to the specified
port.
-c detach
Disconnects the DVD drive/tape drive unit from the
specified port.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-l
Displays the current status of the DVD drive/tape drive unit
currently set up.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-p port_no
Specifies the number of the port, in the specified domain, to
which the DVD drive/tape drive unit is to be connected.
port_no can be specified in the ’IOU number-PCI slot number’
format. The -p option cannot be omitted.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
■
If connection or disconnection is made when the power supply of the system is
ON, settings are made immediately after cfgdevice(8) command execution.
When the power supply of the system is OFF, connection or disconnection is
reserved and settings are made after the power supply is turned on.
■
The DVD/tape connection is maintained even if the domain configuration is
changed, or a CPU memory unit (CMU) or I/O unit (IOU) is replaced with a
connected DVD drive/tape drive unit.
■
The DVD/tape connection is maintained even if the domain power is turned off
or the system is rebooted.
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■
The DVD drive/tape drive unit is mounted in each of the base and expansion
cabinets in a high-end server that has the expansion cabinet. In such cases, each
DVD drive/tape drive unit can be connected only to a domain within the cabinet
in which the drive is mounted. Settings for connection must be made for both
the base cabinet and expansion cabinet.
XSCF> cfgdevice -l
Current connection for DVD/DAT:
Main chassis:
port 0-0
Expansion chassis: port 8-0
Expander status
Port No. IOU/SAS-status SAS-status
----------------------------------0-0
enable up
enable up
0-2
disable down
enable up
0-4
disable down
enable up
0-6
disable down
enable up
1-0
disable down
enable up
1-2
disable down
enable up
1-4
disable down
enable up
1-6
disable down
enable up
2-0
disable down
enable up
2-2
disable down
enable up
2-4
disable down
enable up
2-6
disable down
enable up
8-0
enable up
enable up
8-2
disable down
enable up
8-4
disable down
enable up
8-6
disable down
enable up
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
When the system is being powered off, reserves the connection of the DVD
drive/tape drive unit to the port 0-0.
XSCF> cfgdevice -c attach -p 0-0
Are you sure you want to attach the device [y|n] :y
Completed.( Reservation )
EXAMPLE 2
When the system is being powered on, connects the DVD drive/tape drive
unit to port 0-0.
XSCF> cfgdevice -c attach -p 0-0
Are you sure you want to attach the device [y|n] :y
Completed.
EXAMPLE 3
Disconnects the DVD drive/tape drive unit from the port 0-0.
XSCF> cfgdevice -f -c detach -p 0-0
Are you sure you want to detach the device [y|n] :y
Completed.
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EXAMPLE 4
Displays the status of individual DVD drive/tape drive unit set (without
the expansion cabinet).
XSCF> cfgdevice -l
Current connection for DVD/DAT: port 0-0
Expander status
Port No. IOU/SAS-status SAS-status
----------------------------------0-0
enable up
enable up
0-2
disable down
enable up
EXAMPLE 5
Displays the status of individual DVD drive/tape drive unit set (with the
expansion cabinet).
XSCF> cfgdevice -l
Current connection for DVD/DAT: port 0-0
Expander status
Port No. IOU/SAS-status SAS-status
----------------------------------0-0
enable up
enable up
0-2
disable down
enable up
0-4
disable down
enable up
0-6
disable down
enable up
1-0
disable down
enable up
1-2
disable down
enable up
1-4
disable down
enable up
1-6
disable down
enable up
2-0
disable down
enable up
2-2
disable down
enable up
2-4
disable down
enable up
2-6
disable down
enable up
8-0
enable up
enable up
8-2
disable down
enable up
8-4
disable down
enable up
8-6
disable down
enable up
EXAMPLE 6
Connects the DVD drive/tape drive unit to port 0-0 when the system is being powered on. Automatically answers "y" to all prompts.
XSCF> cfgdevice -y -c attach -p 0-0
Are you sure you want to attach the device [y|n] :y
Completed.
EXAMPLE 7
Connects the DVD drive/tape drive unit to port 0-0 when the system is being powered on. Automatically answers "y" to all prompts without displaying messages.
XSCF> cfgdevice -q -y -c attach -p 0-0
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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clockboard(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
clockboard - Set or display the clock control unit used at system startup
clockboard
clockboard -s CLKU_B-number
clockboard -h
DESCRIPTION
The clockboard(8) command specifies the clock control unit used when the
system power is turned on, or it displays the clock control unit that is currently
used and the clock control unit used at the next system startup.
The number 0 or 1 is used to specify or display a clock control unit. When the
clockboard(8) command is executed with no options, the clock control unit that is
currently used and the one used at the next system startup are displayed.
The clockboard(8) command is valid only for high-end server.
Privileges
You must have fieldeng privilege to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-s CLKU_B-number Specifies the clock control unit to be used the next time the
system power is turned on. Either 0 or 1 can be specified for
CLKU_B-number.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the clock control unit that is currently used and the one used at the
next system startup.
XSCF> clockboard
current CLKU_B number
:0
next CLKU_B number
:1
EXAMPLE 2
Specifies the clock control unit used at the next system startup.
XSCF> clockboard -s 1
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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console(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
console - connect to a domain console
console [ [-q] -{y|n}] -d domain_id [-f | -r] [-s escapeChar]
console -h
DESCRIPTION
The console(8) command connects the XSCF shell console to the console of the
specified domain (domain console).
Domain consoles include a writable console and read-only console. Only one
writable console and multiple read-only consoles can be connected to one domain.
An attempt to set up a connection to another writable console while one writable
console is already connected results in an error. Even in this case, however, a user
with the platadm or domainadm privilege can forcibly establish a connection to a
writable console, in which case the currently connected writable console is
disconnected.
To exit the domain console and return to the XSCF shell console, press the Enter key
and then enter '#.'.
Note – The console(8) command does not automatically log out the domain
command line. Make certain to log out from the domain prior to exiting the
console.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, platop, fieldeng
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop
Can run this command only for your accessible domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-d domain_id
Specifies only one ID of the domain to which to connect to a
domain console. domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system
configuration.
-f
Forcibly connects to a writable console. The currently
connected writable console is disconnected. Only users who
belong to the platadm or domainadm privilege can specify this
option.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
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-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-r
Sets up a connection to a read-only console.
-s escapeChar
Specifies an escape character. The default is ’#’ (sharp). The
character specified for escapeChar must be enclosed in double
quotation (" "). The following symbols can be specified for
escapeChar:
’#’, ’@’, ’^’, ’&’, ’?’, ’*’, ’=’, ’.’, ’|’
Specified escape character is available only in the session that
executed the console(8) command.
-y
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
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Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
■
The domain console regards ’#’ used at the beginning of a line as an escape
character. An escape character is specified to instruct the console to perform
special processing. Examples of processing that can be specified in combination
with ’#’ are as follows.
#?
Outputs a status message.
#.
Disconnects the console.
■
To enter ’#’ at the beginning of a line, enter ’#’ twice.
■
To display information on the currently connected domain console, use the
showconsolepath(8) command.
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
sendbreak(8), showconsolepath(8)
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deleteboard(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
deleteboard - disconnect an eXtended System Board (XSB) from the domain
configuration
deleteboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] [-c disconnect] xsb [ xsb...]
deleteboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] -c unassign xsb [ xsb...]
deleteboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] -c reserve xsb [ xsb...]
deleteboard -h
DESCRIPTION
The deleteboard(8) command disconnects an XSB from the domain configuration
in which it has been configured.
One of the following disconnection methods can be specified:
Privileges
disconnect
Disconnects the XSB from the domain configuration but keeps it
assigned. Because the XSB thus remains assigned to the domain
configuration, it can be configured again in the domain by
reboot the domain or execution of the addboard(8) command.
unassign
Completely disconnects the XSB from the main configuration
and puts it in the system board pool. The XSB in the system
board pool can be incorporated into or assigned to other domain
configurations.
reserve
Does not immediately disconnects the XSB from the domain
configuration but only reserves detachment. When the domain
power is shut down, the reserved XSB is disconnected from the
domain configuration and put in the system board pool.
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm
Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-c disconnect Detaches the XSB from the domain configuration and keeps it
assigned. If the -c option is omitted, "-c disconnect" is used.
-c reset
Reserves disconnect of an XSB. If the -c option is omitted, "-c
disconnect" is used.
-c unassign
Disconnects the XSB completely from the domain configuration
and puts it in the system board pool. If the -c option is omitted,
"-c disconnect" is used.
-f
Forcibly detaches the specified XSB.
Note – If the -f option is used to forcibly add a system board to
a domain, all the added hardware resources may not work
normally. For this reason, use of the -f option is not
recommended in normal operation. If the -f option must be
specified, verify the status of every added system board and
device.
OPERANDS
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-v
Displays a detailed message. If this option is specified with the
-q option, the -v option is ignored.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
The following operand is supported:
xsb
Specifies the XSB number to be disconnected. Multiple xsb
operands are permitted, separated by spaces. The following xsb
form is accepted:
x–y
where:
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
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x
An integer from 00–15.
y
An integer from 0–3.
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
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EXAMPLES
■
If "-c disconnect" is specified when either the domain power has been turned
off or the XSB is already disconnected from the domain configuration, no
operation is performed. If domain power-on or power-off is in progress, the
command results in an error.
■
If "-c unassign" is specified when either the domain power has been turned
off or the XSB is already disconnected from the domain configuration, the XSB is
switched from the assigned state to a system board pool. If the XSB is already in
a system board pool, no operation is performed.
■
If "-c reserve" is specified when either the domain power has been turned off
or the XSB is already disconnected from the domain configuration, the XSB is
immediately switched from the assigned state to a system board pool. If the XSB
is already in a system board pool, no operation is performed. If domain poweron or power-off is in progress, the command results in an error.
■
When the XSB is disconnected, the hardware resource on the XSB is disconnected
from the operating system. For this reason, command execution may take time.
■
The state in which an XSB has been assigned means that configuring the XSB in
the specified domain has been reserved. The reserved XSB is configured when
the domain is rebooted or the addboard(8) command is executed. An already
assigned XSB cannot be specified for configuring or assignment from other
domains.
■
An XSB in the system board pool means that the XSB belongs to no domain and
is therefore available for configuring or assignment.
EXAMPLE 1
Puts the system board XSB#00-0, #01-0, #02-0, and #03-0 in the system
board pool
XSCF> deleteboard -c unassign 00-0 01-0 02-0 03-0
EXAMPLE 2
Reserves disconnection of XSB#00-0, #01-0, #02-0, and #03-0 .
XSCF> deleteboard -c reserve 00-0 01-0 02-0 03-0
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), moveboard(8), replacefru(8), setdcl(8), setupfru(8),
showboards(8), showdcl(8), showdevices(8), showdomainstatus(8),
showfru(8)
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deletecodlicense(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
deletecodlicense - remove a Capacity on Demand (COD) right-to-use (RTU) license
key from the COD license database
deletecodlicense [-f] license-signature
deletecodlicense -h
DESCRIPTION
The deletecodlicense(8) command removes the specified COD RTU license key
from the COD license database on the Service Processor. For further information
about COD RTU license keys, refer to the OPL Administration Guide.
The system checks the number of COD RTU licenses against the number of COD
CPUs in use. If the license removal will result in an insufficient number of COD
RTU licenses with respect to the CPU in use, the system does not delete the license
key from the COD RTU license database. If you still want to delete the COD RTU
license key, you must reduce the number of COD CPUs in use. Power off the
appropriate number of domains or disconnect the appropriate number of boards.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-f
Forces the specified COD RTU license key to be deleted from the
COD license database.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
license-signature
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies the COD RTU license key to be deleted from the
COD license database.
Deleting a COD RTU license key
XSCF> deletecodlicense \
01:84000000:104:0301010100:3:00000000:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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SEE ALSO
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showcodusage(8)
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deletefru(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
deletefru - delete a Field Replaceable Unit (FRU)
deletefru
deletefru -h
DESCRIPTION
The deletefru(8) command deletes a FRU.
The deletefru(8) command allows the user to make the settings that are required
for FRU deletion and related to selecting, confirming, and removing FRUs
interactively using menus.
The following FRUs can be deleted:
Privileges
■
CPU memory unit (CMU)
■
I/O unit (IOU)
You must have fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
Displays usage statement.
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addfru(8), deleteboard(8), replacefru(8), setupfru(8), showdomainstatus(8),
showfru(8), showhardconf(8), unlockmaintenance(8)
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deleteuser(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
deleteuser - delete an XSCF user account
deleteuser user
deleteuser -h
DESCRIPTION
deleteuser(8) deletes a local XSCF user account. All local account data associated
with the user account is deleted including password and Secure Shell (SSH) keys.
The local user’s currently running XSCF shell and browser sessions are terminated
at once. The user’s account is removed from the system and they cannot log back
in. You cannot delete your own account.
Privileges
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
user
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies a valid user name. The name of the user account to be
deleted.
Deleting a User
XSCF> deleteuser jsmith
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
adduser(8), disableuser(8), enableuser(8)
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disableuser(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
disableuser - disable an XSCF user account
disableuser user
disableuser -h
DESCRIPTION
disableuser(8) disables a local XSCF user account for subsequent logins. Current
sessions are not affected.
When an account is disabled, it cannot be used for login. This applies to console
(serial) and telnet connections, as well as the Secure Shell (SSH). XSCF Web login is
also disabled. All local XSCF account data associated with the user remains on the
system. This includes password and SSH keys. You can reenable a disabled account
using enableuser(8).
Privileges
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
user
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies a valid user name of the user account to be disabled.
Disabling a User Account
XSCF> disableuser jsmith
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
adduser(8), deleteuser(8), enableuser(8), showuser(8)
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enableuser(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
enableuser - enable an XSCF user account
enableuser user
enableuser -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
enableuser(8) enables a local XSCF user account. An enabled account can be used
for login at the console, using Secure Shell (SSH). Using this command, you can
reenable accounts disabled by disableuser.
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
user
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies the valid user name of the account to be enabled.
Enable a User Account
XSCF> enableuser jsmith
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
adduser(8), deleteuser(8), disableuser(8), showuser(8)
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exit(1)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
exit - exit the XSCF shell
exit
The exit(1) command exits and closes the XSCF shell.
No privileges are required to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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flashupdate(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
flashupdate - update the firmware
flashupdate -c check -m xcp -s version
flashupdate [ [-q] -{y|n}] -c update -m xcp -s version
flashupdate -c sync
flashupdate -h
DESCRIPTION
The flashupdate(8) command updates the firmware that is provided for the
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 servers.
The entire firmware shown below is updated. Whether update can be performed
can be checked beforehand.
■
Privileges
Update of the entire firmware (XSCF, OpenBoot PROM) (xcp)
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:.
-c check
Checks whether the specified firmware can be updated.
-c update
Updates the specified firmware. In case the XSCF unit is
duplicated configuration, updates the firmware of both XSCF
units.
-c sync
Synchronizes the firmware versions of the XSCF units when the
XSCF units are duplicated configuration. This option is used
when replacing an XSCF unit.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-m xcp
Specifies the entire firmware as a target.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
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-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-s version
Specifies a XCP comprehensive firmware version. For version,
specify a major version, minor version and micro version
continuously.
The XCP version number appears as xyyz by four digits, where:
EXAMPLES
Major firmware release number
yy
Minor release number
z
Micro release number
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
-y
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
x
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
■
When the firmware is updated, the XSCF unit is reset. Therefore, LAN
connection to the XSCF is canceled if already established.
■
When there's a faulty FRU, can't update the firmware. Resolve the FRU fault
then update.
EXAMPLE 1
Check whether the entire firmware can be updated to version 1020.
XSCF> flashupdate -c check -m xcp -s 1020
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EXAMPLE 2
Updates the entire firmware to version from 1010 to 1020.
XSCF> flashupdate -c update -m xcp -s 1020
The XSCF will be reset. Continue? [y|n] :y
XCP update is started (XCP version=1020:last version=1010)
OpenBoot PROM update is started
OpenBoot PROM update has been completed (OpenBoot PROM version=01010001)
XSCF update is started (SCF=0, bank=1, XCP version=1020:last version=1010)
XSCF download is started (SCF=0, bank=1, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010, Firmware Element ID=00:version=01010002:last
version=01010001)
XSCF download has been completed (SCF=0, bank=1, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010, Firmware Element ID=00:version=01010002:last
version=01010001)
:
:
XSCF download is started (SCF=0, bank=1, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010, Firmware Element ID=07:version=01010002:last
version=01010001)
XSCF download has been completed (SCF=0, bank=1, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010, Firmware Element ID=07:version=01010002:last
version=01010001)
XSCF update has been completed (SCF=0, bank=1, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010)
XSCF update is started (SCF=0, bank=0, XCP version=1020:last version=1010)
XSCF download is started (SCF=0, bank=0, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010, Firmware Element ID=00:version=01010002:last
version=01010001)
XSCF download has been completed (SCF=0, bank=0, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010, Firmware Element ID=00:version=01010002:last
version=01010001)
:
:
XSCF download is started (SCF=0, bank=0, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010, Firmware Element ID=07:version=01010002:last
version=01010001)
XSCF download has been completed (SCF=0, bank=0, XCP version=1020:last
version=1010, Firmware Element ID=07:version=01010002:last
version=01010001)
XSCF is rebooting to update the reserve bank
EXAMPLE 3
When XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, synchronizes the firmware
versions after replacement of the XSCF unit.
XSCF> flashupdate -c sync
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion
>0
An error occurred.
version(8)
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fmadm(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
fmadm - fault management configuration tool
fmadm [-q] config
fmadm -h
DESCRIPTION
fmadm (8) can be used to view system configuration parameters related to fault
management.
fmadm can be used to:
View the set of diagnosis engines and agents that are currently participating in
fault management
View the list of system components that have been diagnosed as faulty
The Fault Manager attempts to automate as many activities as possible, so use of
fmadm is typically not required. When the Fault Manager needs help from a human
administrator or service representative, it produces a message indicating its needs.
It also refers you to a URL containing the relevant knowledge article. The web site
might ask you to use fmadm or one of the other fault management utilities to
gather more information or perform additional tasks. The documentation for
fmdump(8) describes more about tools to observe fault management activities.
Privileges
You must have platop, platadm, or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-q
OPERANDS
Sets quiet mode. fmadm does not produce messages indicating the
result of successful operations to standard output.
The following operands are supported:
config
Displays the configuration of the Fault Manager itself, including
the module name, version, and description of each component
module. Fault Manager modules provide services such as
automated diagnosis, self-healing, and messaging for hardware
and software present on the system.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying the Fault Manager Configuration
XSCF> fmadm config
MODULE
VERSION STATUS DESCRIPTION
case-close
1.0 active Case-Close Agent
fmd-self-diagnosis 1.0 active Fault Manager SelfDiagnosis
sysevent-transport 1.0
active SysEvent Transport Agent
syslog-msgs
1.0
active Syslog Messaging Agent
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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fmdump(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
fmdump - view fault management logs
fmdump
fmdump [-e] [-f] [-M] [-v] [-V] [-c class] [-t time] [-T time] [-u
uuid]
fmdump -m [-M] [-t time] [-T time]
fmdump -h
DESCRIPTION
The fmdump utility displays the contents of any of the logs associated with the Fault
Manager (fault manager daemon). The Fault Manager runs in the background on
each server. It records, in the error log, faults detected by the XSCF, and initiates
proactive self-healing activities, such as disabling faulty components.
The Fault Manager maintains two sets of logs for use by administrators and service
personnel:
Error log
Records error telemetry, the symptoms of problems detected by
the system
Fault log
Records fault diagnosis information; the problems believed to
explain these symptoms. By default, fmdump displays the
contents of the fault log, which records the result of each
diagnosis made by the fault manager or one of its component
modules.
Each problem recorded in the fault log is identified by:
■
The time of its diagnosis
■
A Universal Unique Identifier (UUID) that can be used to uniquely identify this
particular problem across any set of systems
■
A message identifier (MSG-ID) that can be used to access a corresponding
knowledge article located at the specified website.
If a problem requires action by a human administrator or service technician or
affects system behavior, the Fault Manager also issues a human-readable message.
This message provides a summary of the problem and a reference to the knowledge
article on the specified website.
You can use the -v and -V options to expand the display from a single-line
summary to increased levels of detail for each event recorded in the log. You can
also use the -M option to display only one screen at a time. The -c, -t, -T, and -u
options can be used to filter the output by selecting only those events that match
the specified class, range of times, or uuid. If more than one filter option is present
on the command line, the options combine to display only those events that are
selected by the logical AND of the options. If more than one instance of the same
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filter option is present on the command-line, the like options combine to display
any events selected by the logical OR of the options.
You can use the -m option to display the Fault Manager syslog contents.
Privileges
You must have platop, platadm, or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-c class
Selects events that match the specified class. The class argument
can use the global pattern matching syntax, which is similar to
global pattern matching for files. For example xyz.* would match
xyz.sxc and xyz.pdf. The class represents a hierarchical
classification string indicating the type of telemetry event.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
Displays events from the fault management error log instead of
the fault log.
-e
The error log contains private telemetry information used by
XSCF’s automated diagnosis software. This information is
recorded to facilitate post-mortem analysis of problems and event
replay, and should not be parsed or relied upon for the
development of scripts and other tools.
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-f
Displays only lines that have been appended to the dump file
since the command was executed. Output continues until
interrupted by Ctrl-C.
-m
Displays the Fault Manager syslog message contents.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is the
same as that of the more command.
-t time
Selects events that occurred at or after the specified time. The time
can be specified using the forms in the Time Formats following
this section. Used with -T you can specify a range.
-T time
Selects events that occurred at or before the specified time. time
can be specified using any of the time formats described for the -t
option. Used with -t you can specify a range.
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-u uuid
Selects fault diagnosis events that exactly match the specified uuid.
Each diagnosis is associated with a Universal Unique Identifier
(UUID) for identification purposes. The -u option can be
combined with other options such as -v to show all of the details
associated with a particular diagnosis.
If the -e option and -u option are specified at the same time,
fmdump displays the relevant error events.
-v
Displays verbose event detail. The event display is enlarged to
show additional common members of the selected events.
-V
Displays very verbose event detail. The event display is enlarged
to show every member of the name-value pair list associated with
each event. In addition, for fault logs, the event display includes a
list of cross-references to the corresponding errors that were
associated with the diagnosis.
The following are the Time Formats:
Time Format
Description
mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss
Month, day, year, hour in 24-hour format,
minute, and second. Any amount of whitespace
can separate the date and time. The argument
should be quoted so that the shell interprets the
two strings as a single argument.
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
Month, day, year, hour in 24-hour format, and
minute. Any amount of whitespace can separate
the date and time. The argument should be
quoted so that the shell interprets the two
strings as a single argument.
mm/dd/yy
12:00:00AM on the specified month, day, and
year
ddMonyy hh:mm:ss
Day, month name, year, hour in 24-hour format,
minute, and second. Any amount of whitespace
can separate the date and time. The argument
should be quoted so that the shell interprets the
two strings as a single argument.
Mon dd hh:mm:ss
Month, day, hour in 24-hour format, minute, and
second of the current year. Any amount of
whitespace can separate the date and time. The
argument should be quoted so that the shell
interprets the two strings as a single argument.
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Time Format
Description
yyyy-mm-dd[T hh:mm[:ss]]
Year, month, day, and optional hour in 24-hour
format, minute, and second, where T is an
integer value specified in base 10. The second, or
hour, minute, and second, can be optionally
omitted.
ddMonyy
12:00:00AM on the specified day, month name,
and year.
hh:mm:ss
Hour in 24-hour format, minute, and second of
the current day.
hh:mm
Hour in 24-hour format and minute of the
current day.
Tns | Tnsec
T nanoseconds ago where T is an integer value
specified in base 10.
Tus | Tusec
T microseconds ago where T is an integer value
specified in base 10
Tms | Tmsec
T milliseconds ago where T is an integer value
specified in base 10.
Ts | Tsec
T seconds ago where T is an integer value
specified in base 10.
Tm | Tmin
T minutes ago where T is an integer value
specified in base 10.
Th | Thour
T hours ago where T is an integer value
specified in base 10.
Td | Tday
T days ago where T is an integer value specified
in base 10.
You can append a decimal fraction of the form .n to any -t option argument to
indicate a fractional number of seconds beyond the specified time.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Default fmdump Display
XSCF> fmdump
TIME
Aug 12 16:12:13.2811
Aug 12 16:12:13.2985
Sep 01 16:06:57.5839
Sep 01 16:06:57.6278
Sep 06 09:37:05.0983
Sep 06 09:38:10.8584
Sep 06 09:57:44.6502
Sep 06 12:40:59.2801
Sep 06 12:41:10.1076
Sep 06 13:01:49.1462
Sep 06 15:42:56.6132
Sep 06 16:07:14.4652
Sep 06 16:08:16.3755
Sep 29 14:49:27.8452
Sep 29 15:02:00.3039
Sep 29 15:09:25.4335
Sep 29 15:10:09.6151
EXAMPLE 2
UUID
7868c1cc-23d4-c575-8659-85cdbe61842e
7868c1cc-23d4-c575-8659-85cdbe61842e
3ceca439-b0b2-4db1-9123-c8ace3f2b371
3ceca439-b0b2-4db1-9123-c8ace3f2b371
6485b42b-6638-4c5d-b652-bec485290788
77435994-5b99-4db8-bdcd-985c7d3ae3e4
0087d58c-e5b9-415d-91bc-adf7c41dd316
97de2cef-8ea1-407a-8a53-c7a67e61987a
fa7304f9-c9e8-4cd1-9ca5-e35f57d53b2c
ce550611-4308-4336-8a9a-19676f828515
0f4b429f-c048-47cd-9d9f-a2f7b6d4c957
7d5fb282-e01b-476a-b7e1-1a0f8de80758
41379237-9750-4fd6-bce3-b5131d864d34
0455ceaa-e226-424a-9b34-27603ca603f1
fb550ebc-80e9-41c8-8afc-ac680b9eb613
8cec9a83-e2a3-4dc3-a7cd-de01caef5c63
5f88d7d5-a107-4435-99c9-7c59479d22ed
MSG-ID
FMD-8000-77
FMD-8000-77
FMD-8000-77
FMD-8000-77
LINUX-8000-1N
LINUX-8000-1N
LINUX-8000-1N
LINUX-8000-1N
LINUX-8000-1N
LINUX-8000-1N
LINUX-8000-1N
LINUX-8000-1N
LINUX-8000-1N
FMD-8000-58
FMD-8000-58
FMD-8000-4M
FMD-8000-58
Display in Verbose Mode
XSCF> fmdump -v
TIME
UUID
MSG-ID
Nov 30 20:44:55.1283 9f773e33-e46f-466c-be86-fd3fcc449935 FMD-8000-0W
100% defect.sunos.fmd.nosub
:
EXAMPLE 3
Display Very Verbose Event Detail for the Last UUID
XSCF> fmdump -e -V -u 5f88d7d5-a107-4435-99c9-7c59479d22ed
TIME
CLASS
Sep 29 2005 15:10:09.565220864 ereport.io.iox.cp.seeprom0.nresp
nvlist version: 0
detector = (embedded nvlist)
nvlist version: 0
scheme = hc
version = 0
hc-root = /
hc-list_sz = 0x1
hc-list = (array of embedded nvlists)
(start hc-list[0])
nvlist version: 0
scheme = hc
hc-name = iox
hc-id = 0
(end hc-list[0])
(end detector)
IOXserial_no = 123456
class = ereport.io.iox.cp.seeprom0.nresp
ena = 0x921b650000000001
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EXAMPLE 4
Displaying the Full Fault Report for the Specified UUID
XSCF> fmdump -V -u 5f88d7d5-a107-4435-99c9-7c59479d22ed
TIME
UUID
MSG-ID
Sep 29 15:10:09.6151 5f88d7d5-a107-4435-99c9-7c59479d22ed FMD-8000-58
TIME
CLASS
ENA
Sep 29 15:10:09.5652 ereport.io.iox.cp.seeprom0.nresp
0x921b650000000001
nvlist version: 0
version = 0x0
class = list.suspect
uuid = 5f88d7d5-a107-4435-99c9-7c59479d22ed
code = FMD-8000-58
diag-time = 1128021009 615016
de = (embedded nvlist)
nvlist version: 0
version = 0x0
scheme = fmd
authority = (embedded nvlist)
nvlist version: 0
version = 0x0
product-id = SUNW,SPARC-Enterprise
chassis-id = BF0000001V
server-id = localhost
(end authority)
mod-name = sde
mod-version = 1.13
(end de)
fault-list-sz = 0x1
fault-list = (array of embedded nvlists)
(start fault-list[0])
nvlist version: 0
version = 0x0
class = fault.io.iox.cp.seeprom
certainty = 0x64
fru = (embedded nvlist)
nvlist version: 0
scheme = hc
version = 0x0
hc-root =
hc-list-sz = 0x1
hc-list = (array of embedded nvlists)
(start hc-list[0])
nvlist version: 0
hc-name = iox
hc-id = 0
(end hc-list[0])
(end fru)
(end fault-list[0])
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EXAMPLE 5
Displaying Contents of the Fault Manager syslog Message
XSCF> fmdump -m -M
MSG-ID: FMD-8000-11, TYPE: Defect, VER: 1, SEVERITY: Minor
EVENT-TIME: Tue Nov 7 07:01:44 PST 2006
PLATFORM: SUNW,SPARC-Enterprise, CSN: 7860000764, HOSTNAME: san-ff2-20-0
SOURCE: sde, REV: 1.5
EVENT-ID: 2daddee0-2f42-47ee-b5b2-57ae6a41bfc0
DESC: A Solaris Fault Manager component generated a diagnosis for which
no message summary exists. Refer to http://www.sun.com/msg/FMD-8000-11
for more information.
AUTO-RESPONSE: The diagnosis has been saved in the fault log for
examination by Sun.
IMPACT: The fault log will need to be manually examined using fmdump(1M)
in order to determine if any human response is required.
MSG-ID: FMD-8000-11, TYPE: Defect, VER: 1, SEVERITY: Minor
EVENT-TIME: Tue Nov 7 07:03:25 PST 2006
PLATFORM: SUNW,SPARC-Enterprise, CSN: 7860000764, HOSTNAME: san-ff2-20-0
SOURCE: sde, REV: 1.5
EVENT-ID: 2b03ab60-96db-439d-a13a-2f420a1b73c7
DESC: A Solaris Fault Manager component generated a diagnosis for which
no message summary exists. Refer to http://www.sun.com/msg/FMD-8000-11
for more information.
AUTO-RESPONSE: The diagnosis has been saved in the fault log for
examination by Sun.
IMPACT: The fault log will need to be manually examined using fmdump(1M)
in order to determine if any human response is required.
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion. All records in the log file were examined
successfully.
>0
An error occurred.
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fmstat(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
fmstat - report fault management module statistics
fmstat [-a] [ [-s] [-z] [-m module]] [ interval [ count]]
fmstat -h
DESCRIPTION
The fmstat utility can be used by administrators and service personnel to report
statistics associated with the Fault Manager (fault manager daemon), and its
associated set of modules. The Fault Manager runs in the background on each OPL
system. It receives telemetry information relating to problems detected by the
system software, diagnoses these problems, and initiates proactive self-healing
activities such as disabling faulty components.
You can use fmstat to view statistics for diagnosis engines and agents that are
currently participating in fault management. The fmadm(8), and fmdump(8) man
pages describe more about tools to observe fault management activities.
If the -m option is present, fmstat reports any statistics kept by the specified fault
management module. The module list can be obtained using fmadm config .
If the -m option is not present, fmstat reports the following statistics for each of its
client modules:
module
The name of the fault management module as reported by
fmadm config.
ev_recv
The number of telemetry events received by the module.
ev_acpt
The number of events accepted by the module as relevant to a
diagnosis.
wait
The average number of telemetry events waiting to be
examined by the module.
svc_t
The average service time for telemetry events received by the
module, in milliseconds.
%w
The percentage of time that there were telemetry events
waiting to be examined by the module.
%b
The percentage of time that the module was busy processing
telemetry events.
open
The number of active cases (open problem investigations)
owned by the module.
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Privileges
solve
The total number of cases solved by this module since it was
loaded.
memsz
The amount of dynamic memory currently allocated by this
module.
bufsz
The amount of persistent buffer space currently allocated by
this module.
You must have platadm, platop, or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-a
Prints the default global statistics for the Fault Manager or a
module. If used without the -m module option, the default global
Fault Manager statistics are displayed. If used with the -m module
option, the global statistics for a module are displayed.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-m module
Prints a report on the statistics associated with the specified fault
management module, instead of the default statistics report.
Modules can publish an arbitrary set of statistics to help service
the fault management software itself.
If used without the -a option, displays only those statistics kept
by the module. If used with the -a option, displays statistics kept
by the module and the global statistics associated with the
module.
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-s
Prints a report on Soft Error Rate Discrimination (SERD) engines
associated with the module instead of the default module statistics
report. A SERD engine is a construct used by fault management
software to determine if a statistical threshold measured as N
events in some time T has been exceeded. The -s option can only
be used in combination with the -m option.
-z
Omits statistics with a zero value from the report associated with
the specified fault management module. The -z option can only
be used in combination with the -m option.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
count
Print only count reports, and then exit.
interval
Print a new report every interval seconds.
If neither count nor interval is specified, a single report is printed and fmstat exits.
If an interval is specified but no count is specified, fmstat prints reports every
interval seconds indefinitely until the command is interrupted by Control-C.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying FM Statistics for the Syslog Module
XSCF> fmstat -a -m syslog-msgs
NAME VALUE
DESCRIPTION
bad_code 0
event code has no dictionary name
bad_fmri 0
event fmri is missing or invalid
bad_time 0
event time is not properly encoded
bad_vers 0
event version is missing or invalid
fmd.accepted 0
total events accepted by module
fmd.buflimit 10M
limit on total buffer space
fmd.buftotal 0
total buffer space used by module
fmd.caseclosed 0
total cases closed by module
fmd.caseopen 0
cases currently open by module
fmd.casesolved 0
total cases solved by module
fmd.ckptcnt 0
number of checkpoints taken
fmd.ckptrestore true restore checkpoints for module
fmd.ckptsave true
save checkpoints for module
fmd.ckpttime 0d
total checkpoint time
fmd.ckptzero false
zeroed checkpoint at startup
fmd.debugdrop 4
dropped debug messages
fmd.dequeued 1
total events dequeued by module
fmd.dispatched 1
total events dispatched to module
fmd.dlastupdate 1144424838299131us hrtime of last event dequeue
completion
fmd.dropped 0
total events dropped on queue overflow
fmd.dtime 0d
total processing time after dequeue
fmd.loadtime 1144424251692484us hrtime at which module was loaded
fmd.memlimit 10M
limit on total memory allocated
fmd.memtotal 97b
total memory allocated by module
fmd.prdequeued 0
protocol events dequeued by module
fmd.snaptime 1144424838299148us hrtime of last statistics snapshot
fmd.thrlimit 8
limit on number of auxiliary threads
fmd.thrtotal 0
total number of auxiliary threads
fmd.wcnt 0
count of events waiting on queue
fmd.wlastupdate 1144424838299131us hrtime of last wait queue update
fmd.wlentime 30us
total wait length * time product
fmd.wtime 30us
total wait time on queue
fmd.xprtlimit 256
limit on number of open transports
fmd.xprtopen 0
total number of open transports
fmd.xprtqlimit 256
limit on transport event queue length
log_err 0
failed to log message to log(7D)
msg_err 0
failed to log message to sysmsg(7D)
no_msg 0
message logging suppressed
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XSCF> fmstat
module
ev_recv ev_acpt
bufsz
case-close
0
0
fmd-self-diagnosis
1
1
sysevent-transport
0
0
syslog-msgs
0
0
EXAMPLE 2
wait
svc_t
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.0 573.2
0.0
0.0
%w
0
0
0
0
%b
0
0
0
0
open solve
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
memsz
0
27b
0
97b
Displaying FM Statistics for fmd Self-Diagnosis Module
XSCF> fmstat -z -m fmd-self-diagnosis
NAME VALUE
DESCRIPTION
module 1
error events received from fmd modules
EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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0
0
0
getflashimage(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
getflashimage - download a firmware image file
getflashimage [-v ] [ [-q] -{y|n} ] [-u user ] [-p proxy [-t proxy_type]] url
getflashimage -l
getflashimage [ [-q] -{y|n} ] [-d]
getflashimage -h
DESCRIPTION
The getflashimage(8) command downloads a firmware image file for use by the
flashupdate(8) command.
If any previous image files of the firmware are present on the XSCF unit, they are
deleted prior to downloading the new version. After successful download, the
image file is checked for integrity, and the MD5 checksum is displayed.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d
Deletes all previous firmware image files still on the XSCF unit,
then exits.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-l
Lists firmware image files that are still on the XSCF unit, then
exits.
-n
Automatically answers n (no) to all prompts.
-p proxy
Specifies the proxy server to be used for transfers. The default
transfer type is http, unless modified using the -t proxy_type
option. The value for proxy must be in the format servername:port.
(Refer to Example 3.)
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-t proxy_type
Used with the -p option to specify the type of proxy. Possible
values for proxy_type are: http, socks4, and socks5. The default
value is http.
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OPERANDS
-u user
Specifies the user name when logging in to a remote ftp or http
server that requires authentication. You will be prompted for a
password.
-v
Displays verbose output. This may be helpful when diagnosing
network or server problems.
-y
Automatically answers y (yes) to all prompts.
The following operands are supported:
url
Specifies the URL of the firmware image to download. Supported
formats for this value include the following:
http://server[:port]/path/file
https://server[:port]/path/file
ftp://server[:port]/path/file
file:///media/usb_msd/path/file
where the value for file is in one of the following formats:
XCPvvvv.tar.gz
FFXCPvvvv.tar.gz
DCXCPvvvv.tar.gz
and vvvv is the four-character version number.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Downloading a Version from an http Server
XSCF> getflashimage http://imageserver/images/FFXCP1041.tar.gz
Existing versions:
Version
Size Date
FFXCP1040.tar.gz
46827123 Wed Mar 14 19:11:40 2007
Warning: About to delete existing versions.
Continue? [y|n]: y
Removing FFXCP1040.tar.gz.
0MB received
1MB received
2MB received
...
43MB received
44MB received
45MB received
Download successful: 46827KB at 1016.857KB/s
Checking file...
MD5: e619e6dd367c888507427e58cdb8e0a0
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EXAMPLE 2
Downloading a Version from an ftp Server
XSCF> getflashimage ftp://imageserver/images/FFXCP1041.tar.gz
Existing versions:
Version
Size Date
FFXCP1040.tar.gz
46827123 Wed Mar 14 19:11:40 2007
Warning: About to delete existing versions.
Continue? [y|n]: y
Removing FFXCP1040.tar.gz.
0MB received
1MB received
2MB received
...
43MB received
44MB received
45MB received
Download successful: 46827KB at 1016.857KB/s
Checking file...
MD5: e619e6dd367c888507427e58cdb8e0a1
EXAMPLE 3
Downloading Using an http Proxy Server With Port 8080
XSCF> getflashimage -p webproxy.sun.com:8080 \
http://imageserver/images/FFXCP1041.tar.gz
Existing versions:
Version
Size Date
FFXCP1040.tar.gz
46827123 Wed Mar 14 19:11:40 2007
Warning: About to delete existing versions.
Continue? [y|n]: y
Removing FFXCP1040.tar.gz.
0MB received
1MB received
2MB received
...
43MB received
44MB received
45MB received
Download successful: 46827KB at 1016.857KB/s
Checking file...
MD5: e619e6dd367c888507427e58cdb8e0a2
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EXAMPLE 4
Downloading Using a User Name and Password
XSCF> getflashimage -u jsmith \
http://imageserver/images/FFXCP1041.tar.gz
Existing versions:
Version
Size Date
FFXCP1040.tar.gz
46827123 Wed Mar 14 19:11:40 2007
Warning: About to delete existing versions.
Continue? [y|n]: y
Removing FFXCP1040.tar.gz.
Password: [not echoed]
0MB received
1MB received
2MB received
...
43MB received
44MB received
45MB received
Download successful: 46827KB at 1016.857KB/s
Checking file...
MD5: e619e6dd367c888507427e58cdb8e0a3
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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ioxadm(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
ioxadm - manage External I/O Expansion Units
ioxadm [-f] [-p] [-v] [-M] env [-e] [-l] [-t] [ target [ sensors]]
ioxadm [-f] [-p] [-v] [-M] list [ target]
ioxadm [-f] [-p] [-v] [-M] locator [on|off] [ target]
ioxadm [-f] [-p] [-v] [-M] poweroff target
ioxadm [-f] [-p] [-v] [-M] poweron target
ioxadm [-f] [-p] [-v] [-M] reset target
ioxadm [-f] [-p] [-v] [-M] setled [ on|off|slow|fast] target led_type
ioxadm -h
DESCRIPTION
ioxadm(8) manages External I/O Expansion Units and link cards attached to the
system.
For this utility, an operand with parameters and a target device must both be
specified. The target device can be a downlink card mounted in a built-in PCI slot
in the host system; an External I/O Expansion Unit; or a field replaceable unit
(FRU) in an External I/O Expansion Unit. The downlink card is identified by a
string which identifies the host path to the card. An uplink card is a FRU in the
I/O boat.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run these commands:
Required Privileges
Operands
platop
env, list
platadm
env, list, locator, poweroff, poweron
fieldeng
All operands
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-f
Forces command execution by ignoring warnings.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
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OPERANDS
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is the
same as that of the more command.
-p
Parsable output. Suppresses headers in display output. Fields are
separated by single tabs.
-v
Specifies verbose output. Refer to specific operands for details.
The following operands are supported:
env [-elt] [target [sensors]]
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Displays a summary of an External I/O Expansion Unit or link card’s
environmental state.
■
-e
Displays electrical states: measured voltage, current, fan speed, switch
settings.
■
-l
Displays LED states.
■
-t
Displays thermal readings.
If no target is specified, env displays a list of all sensors for all External I/O
Expansion Units.
If target specifies a box_id, env displays a list of sensor readings for all frus in
the specified External I/O Expansion Unit and the attached downlink cards.
If target is in the form of box_id followed by fru, then only environmentals
from that FRU will be printed. If an optional value for sensors is specified,
then only those types of sensors are displayed. These options may be used
concurrently.
If target is in the form of a host path, only the downlink card information is
displayed. See EXAMPLE 2.
The results are listed in tabular format. Each FRU sensor is listed in the first
column. In the next column is the sensor name, such as T_AMBIENT for
ambient temperature, or V_12V_0V for the voltage reading of the 12V rail.
The third, fourth, and fifth columns display the sensor reading (Value),
sensor resolution (Res), and Units, respectively. See EXAMPLE 1.
Each FRU can have a variety of different sensors. When specifying multiple
values for sensors, use spaces to separate the values. Possible values for
sensors can be seen in the Sensor column of EXAMPLE 1. Units are given in
Celsius degrees, Volts, Amperes, SWITCH and RPM.
The sensors names are FRU-dependent and may change from FRU type to
FRU type and even among individual FRUs.
If the -v option is set, verbose output is displayed. In addition to the regular
output, the output also includes: the maximum and minimum values
supported by the sensors (Max and Min), along with the low and high
warning thresholds (Min Alarm and Max Alarm).
LED indicators do not support these fields.
(cont’d)
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Displays a summary of an External I/O Expansion Unit or link card’s
environmental state.
■
-e
Displays electrical states: measured voltage, current, fan speed, switch
settings.
■
-l
Displays LED states.
■
-t
Displays thermal readings.
If no target is specified, env displays a list of all sensors for all External I/O
Expansion Units.
If target specifies a box_id, env displays a list of sensor readings for all frus in
the specified External I/O Expansion Unit and the attached downlink cards.
If target is in the form of box_id followed by fru, then only environmentals
from that FRU will be printed. If an optional value for sensors is specified,
then only those types of sensors are displayed. These options may be used
concurrently.
If target is in the form of a host path, only the downlink card information is
displayed. See EXAMPLE 2.
The results are listed in tabular format. Each FRU sensor is listed in the first
column. In the next column is the sensor name, such as T_AMBIENT for
ambient temperature, or V_12V_0V for the voltage reading of the 12V rail.
The third, fourth, and fifth columns display the sensor reading (Value),
sensor resolution (Res), and Units, respectively. See EXAMPLE 1.
Each FRU can have a variety of different sensors. When specifying multiple
values for sensors, use spaces to separate the values. Possible values for
sensors can be seen in the Sensor column of EXAMPLE 1. Units are given in
Celsius degrees, Volts, Amperes, SWITCH and RPM.
The sensors names are FRU-dependent and may change from FRU type to
FRU type and even among individual FRUs.
If the -v option is set, verbose output is displayed. In addition to the regular
output, the output also includes: the maximum and minimum values
supported by the sensors (Max and Min), along with the low and high
warning thresholds (Min Alarm and Max Alarm).
LED indicators do not support these fields.
(cont’d)
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Fields containing a dash (–) indicate an unsupported setting. For example,
there may be no minimum temperature alarm threshold.
led_type
Used with the setled operand, specifies a software-controlled FRU LED.
The following table indicates which LED states can be controlled using the
setled operand with the off, on, fast, and slow LED state settings. Y
(yes) indicates that the LED can be controlled, N (no) indicates that it cannot
be controlled.
LED
ACTIVE
LOCATE
SERVICE
RDY2RM
OVERTEMP
DCOK
POWER
DATA
MGMT
Name
Power/OK
Locate
Fault/Locate
Ready to remove
Overtemp
DC Power
AC Power
Data
Management
off
Y
Y
Y
Y
*
N
N
N
N
on
Y
N
Y
Y
*
N
N
N
N
fast
Y
Y
Y
Y
*
N
N
N
N
slow
Y
N
Y
Y
*
N
N
N
N
* The OVERTEMP LED and chassis ACTIVE LED may be set to each state.
However, the hardware frequently updates the LED state so changes to the
LED state may not be visible.
Note – Other LEDs are not under software control. A list of LEDs present in
the system can be displayed by using the env -l operand.
list [target]
Lists the External I/O Expansion Units under system management.
If no target is specified, list displays a list of External I/O Expansion Units,
one per line. Each line contains the unique identifier for that box and the
host-specific name(s) for its downlink card(s). See EXAMPLE 3.
If an External I/O Expansion Unit argument or downlink card path is
specified, the command displays a single line with the indicated FRU. If a
host path is specified, only the downlink card information is displayed. See
EXAMPLE 4 and EXAMPLE 6.
If the verbose option is set [-v], the output includes detailed FRU
information. See EXAMPLE 5.
locator [on |off] [target]
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Sets or queries the state of the locator indicator (LED).
Without options, locator reports the current state of the LED on the
specified FRU.
If no target is specified, locator returns the current state of all locator LEDs.
A target argument is required when using the option fields:
on
Turns the LED on.
off
Turns the LED off.
The chassis locator is a white LED. If a FRU is specified, the FRU yellow
service LED is used along with the chassis (locator) LED.
Only one FRU can have a location indicator enabled at a time in an External
I/O Expansion Unit chassis. Turning off the chassis (locator) LED will also
turn off the blinking (service) FRU LED.
poweroff target
Powers down the given FRU and lights appropriate LEDs to indicate the FRU
is ready to remove. Must be used with the -f option. Be aware that using -f
can crash the domain.
Do not remove both power supply units (PSUs) in the same External I/O
Expansion Unit. If both PSUs are powered down in this way, then the
External I/O Expansion Unit cannot be turned back on from the command
line. It must be powered on physically.
Note – When a power supply is powered off, the LEDs and fan may still run
since they receive power from both supplies.
poweron target
Restores full power to an I/O boat or reenables output from the power
supply (PS) that has previously been marked ready-to-remove. When a PSU
is newly installed and the power switch is in the on position, or a boat is
connected to a powered link card, they automatically power themselves on.
However, this command can be used to power a PSU or I/O boat back on
that previously had been powered down for removal as long as the power
switch is in the on position.
reset target
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Reinitializes FRU components used to monitor External I/O Expansion Unit
environmentals. If a boat or link card is specified, the bridge controllers in
the link cards are reset and re-initialized. If a box is specified, the fan
controller and demux in the box are reset and re-initialized along with all
bridge controllers associated with the External I/O Expansion Unit.
setled [on|off|slow|fast] target led_type
Sets LED state:
off
Off.
on
On.
fast
Fast blink.
slow
Slow blink.
Refer to the entry for led_type in this section for detailed information about
LED types.
target
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Specifies the target device which can be a downlink card in a host slot, an
External I/O Expansion Unit, or a FRU in an External I/O Expansion Unit.
The downlink card is identified by the hostpath to the card.
hostpath is platform dependent and indicates the path to the slot on the
host system which contains the downlink card. On SPARC Enterprise
M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 servers, the hostpath has the following
format:
IOU#0-PCI#0 IO Board 0, PCI-E slot0
The External I/O Expansion Unit (box_id) is identified by serial number.
Use iox@nnnn, where nnnn represents the last four digits of the box serial
number.
Some commands affect only a single component of an External I/O
Expansion Unit system. For example, individual boats and power supplies
may be turned on and turned off independently.
A FRU in an External I/O Expansion Unit (fru) is identified as:
iox@nnnn/iob0 – I/O boat in the left tray (rear view)
iox@nnnn/iob1 – I/O boat in the right tray (rear view)
iox@nnnn/iob0/link – Uplink card in boat 0
iox@nnnn/iob1/link – Uplink card in boat 1
iox@nnnn/ps0 – Power supply in the left bay (front view)
iox@nnnn/ps1 – Power supply in the right bay (front view)
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying Temperature, Voltage, Current, and Fanspeed Sensor Readings
XSCF> ioxadm env -te iox@A3B5
Location
Sensor
IOX@A3B5/PS0
T_AMBIENT
IOX@A3B5/PS0
T_CHIP
IOX@A3B5/PS0
T_HOTSPOT
IOX@A3B5/PS0
SWITCH
IOX@A3B5/PS0
V_12V_ANODE
IOX@A3B5/PS0
V_12V_CATHODE
IOX@A3B5/PS0
V_ISHARE
IOX@A3B5/PS0
I_DC
IOX@A3B5/PS0
S_FAN_ACTUAL
IOX@A3B5/PS0
S_FAN_SET
IOX@A3B5/PS1
T_AMBIENT
IOX@A3B5/PS1
T_CHIP
IOX@A3B5/PS1
T_HOTSPOT
IOX@A3B5/PS1
SWITCH
IOX@A3B5/PS1
V_12V_ANODE
IOX@A3B5/PS1
V_12V_CATHODE
IOX@A3B5/PS1
V_ISHARE
IOX@A3B5/PS1
I_DC
IOX@A3B5/PS1
S_FAN_ACTUAL
IOX@A3B5/PS1
S_FAN_SET
IOX@A3B5/IOB0
T_CHIP
IOX@A3B5/IOB0
T_HOTSPOT
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
T_CHIP
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
T_HOTSPOT
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
V_12_0V
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
V_12V_MAIN
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
V_1_0V
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
V_1_5V
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
V_3_3V
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
V_3_3AUX
IOX@A3B5/IOB1
I_DC
IOX@A3B5/IOB1/LINK T_SIGCON0
IOX@A3B5/IOB1/LINK T_SIGCON1
IOU#1-PCI#1
T_SIGCON0
IOU#1-PCI#1
T_SIGCON1
EXAMPLE 2
Value
28.000
28.000
31.000
On
11.703
11.703
0.632
2.316
3708.791
4500.000
28.000
29.000
31.000
On
11.762
11.762
0.672
5.211
4115.854
4500.000
32.000
35.000
33.000
36.000
12.052
12.000
1.030
1.496
3.291
3.308
8.600
45.000
45.000
45.000
45.000
Units
C
C
C
SWITCH
V
V
V
A
RPM
RPM
C
C
C
SWITCH
V
V
V
A
RPM
RPM
C
C
C
C
V
V
V
V
V
V
A
C
C
C
C
Display All Sensor Readings on a Link and Suppressing Headers
XSCF> ioxadm -p env iou#1-pci#1
IOU#1-PCI#1 T_SIGCON0 45.000 40.000
IOU#1-PCI#1 T_SIGCON1 45.000 40.000
IOU#1-PCI#1 DATA
On
IOU#1-PCI#1 MGMT
Flash
-
EXAMPLE 3
Res
1.000
1.000
1.000
0.059
0.059
0.040
0.289
40.313
300.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
0.059
0.059
0.040
0.289
49.588
300.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
0.005
0.400
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.002
0.200
40.000
40.000
40.000
40.000
C
C
LED
LED
Display All External I/O Expansion Units or Downlink Card Paths
XSCF> ioxadm
IOX
IOX@0033
IOX@12B4
-
list
Link 0
IOU#1-PCI#4
IOU#2-PCI#1
Link 1
IOU#1-PCI#1
IOU#1-PCI#2
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In EXAMPLE 3, the list command is used to display the connections between
External I/O Expansion Units and downlink cards in the host. IOX@0033 (which
includes boats, uplink cards, and power supplies) is connected to the host through
two downlink cards. The Link 0 column shows which host downlink card is
attached to boat0. The Link 1 column shows which host downlink card is
attached to boat1. IOX@12B4 is connected to the host through one downlink card.
This card is connected to boat1. A dash (–) shows that there is no host link
connection to the box. It may have a boat and uplink card installed in the bay, or
the bay could be empty. If the boat is installed, either it is not connected to the host,
or the host downlink card slot is powered off.
EXAMPLE 4
Displaying a Single External I/O Expansion Unit
XSCF> ioxadm list iox@12B4
IOX
Link 0
IOX@12B4
-
EXAMPLE 5
Link 1
IOU#1-PCI#2
Displaying a Single External I/O Expansion Unit Using Verbose Output
XSCF> ioxadm -v list IOU#1-PCI#1
Location
Type
FW Ver Serial Num Part Num
State
IOX@X07A
IOX
2.1
XCX07A
CF005016937/5016937-03 On
IOX@X07A/PS0
A195
DD0579
CF003001701/3001701-04 On
IOX@X07A/PS1
A195
DD0588
CF003001701/3001701-04 On
IOX@X07A/IOB0
PCIE
XE00E5
CF005016939/5016939-05 On
IOX@X07A/IOB0/LINK CU
2.0
XF01HJ
CF005017040/5017040-04 On
IOU#0-PCI#3
CU
2.0
XF01AD
CF005017040/5017040-03 On
EXAMPLE 6
Displaying a Downlink Card Using Hostpath in Verbose Mode With
Headers Suppressed
XSCF> ioxadm -p -v list IOU#0-PCI#2
IOU#0-PCI#2 OP
2.0
XF01A1
EXAMPLE 7
CF005017040/5017040-03
on
Powering On the Locator LED for Power Supply 0 in External I/O Expansion Unit 12B4
XSCF> ioxadm locator on iox@12B4/ps0
EXAMPLE 8
Displaying Locator LED Status for the External I/O Expansion Unit
XSCF> ioxadm locator iox@12B4
Location
Sensor
IOX@12B4
LOCATE
IOX@12B4/PS0
SERVICE
Value
Fast
Fast
Resolution
-
Units
LED
LED
If the FRU service indicator is already on due to a detected fault condition, only the
box locator LED will be set to fast.
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EXAMPLE 9
Enabling the Indicator for Power Supply 1 When Power Supply 1 Has a
Fault Indication
XSCF> ioxadm
XSCF> ioxadm
Location
IOX@X031
XSCF> ioxadm
Location
IOX@X031/PS1
locator on iox@x031/ps1
locator
Sensor
LOCATE
Value Resolution Units
Fast
- LED
env -1 iox@x031/ps1 SERVICE
Sensor
SERVICE
Value Resolution Units
On
- LED
The External I/O Expansion Unit chassis white LED has an integrated push button.
The button can be used to toggle the state of the chassis white locator LED between
off and fast. If the push button is used to turn off the locator LED, fast blink FRU
service LEDs are cleared.
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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man(1)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
man - display manual pages of specified XSCF shell command
man command_name ...
man -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
man(1) displays manual pages of specified XSCF shell command.
No privileges are required to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported;
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-h
OPERANDS
The following operand is supported:
command_name
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
■
If the relevant manual page is too long, the page is divided into pages that each
can fit on one screen. In such cases, the following key operations are available:
Key
Description
Enter
Displays the next line.
space
Displays the next page.
b
Goes back half a page.
q
Quits display of the page in the manual.
■
EXAMPLES
Specifies the command name whose manual page is displayed.
Multiple command_name can be specified by delimited the
spaces.
If intro is specified for command_name, a list of XSCF shell commands is
displayed.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the manual page of the addboard(8) command.
XSCF> man addboard
EXAMPLE 2
Displays a list of XSCF shell commands.
XSCF> man intro
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EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion
>0
An error occurred.
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moveboard(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
moveboard - move an eXtended System Board (XSB) from the current domain to
another
moveboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] [-c configure] -d domain_id xsb [ xsb...]
moveboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] -c assign -d domain_id xsb [ xsb...]
moveboard [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-v] -c reserve -d domain_id xsb [ xsb...]
moveboard -h
DESCRIPTION
The moveboard(8) command disconnects a XSB from the current domain and,
based on the domain component list (DCL), assigns it to, or configures it in, the
specified domain.
One of the following movement methods can be specified:
Privileges
configure
Disconnects a configured XSB from its domain configuration and
configures it into the specified destination domain configuration.
The incorporated XSB can be accessed from the operating
system.
assign
Disconnects a configured XSB from its domain configuration and
assigns it to the specified destination domain configuration. The
assigned XSB is reserved for the specified domain and cannot be
configured in or assigned to other domains. The assigned
system board is configured in the domain by reboot the domain
or execution of the addboard(8) command with -c configure.
reserve
Reserves disconnection of the specified XSB from the domain
configuration of the move source, and reserves assignment of
the XSB to the domain configuration of the move destination.
The XSB is assigned to the domain configuration of the move
destination when the domain power of the move source is
turned off or rebooted. The XSB is subsequently incorporated
when the domain power of the move destination is turned on or
rebooted.
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm
Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Note – You must have the domainadm privileges for both of
source domain and destination domain to run moveboard(8)
command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c assign
Disconnects a configured XSB from its domain configuration and
assigns it to the domain configuration of the move destination. If
the -c option is omitted, '-c configure' is used.
-c configure
Disconnects a configured XSB from its domain configuration and
configures it in the domain configuration of the move
destination. If the -c option is omitted, '-c configure' is used.
-c reserve
Reserves disconnection of an XSB from its current domain
configuration, and reserves assignment of the XSB to the domain
configuration of the move destination. If the -c option is
omitted, '-c configure' is used.
-d domain_id
Specifies the ID of the destination domain in which an XSB is to
be moved. domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system
configuration.
-f
Forcibly detaches the specified XSB.
Note – If the -f option is used to forcibly remove the XSB from
the source domain, a serious problem may occur in a process
bound to CPU or process accessing a device. For this reason, use
of the -f option is not recommended in normal operation. If the
-f option must be specified, verify the statuses of the source
domain and job processes.
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-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-v
Specifies verbose output. If this option is specified with the -q
option, the -v option is ignored.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
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OPERANDS
The following operand is supported:
xsb
Specifies the XSB number to be moved. Multiple xsb operands
are permitted, separated by spaces. The following xsb form is
accepted:
x–y
where:
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
An integer from 00–15.
y
An integer from 0–3.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
■
If '-c configure' is specified when either of the following conditions apply to
the domains, the XSB is configured in the domain configuration:
■
■
The operating systems of both the source and destination domains are
running.
■
The operating system of the destination domain is running even though the
source domain is powered off.
If '-c assign' is specified when either of the following conditions apply to the
domains, the XSB is assigned to the domain configuration:
■
The operating system of the source domain is running.
■
The source domain is powered off
■
If '-c reserve' is specified when either the domain power of the move source
has been turned off or the operating system is not running, the XSB is
immediately disconnected from the domain of the move source and assigned to
the domain of the move destination
■
Moving the XSB involves the following internal operations and therefore
command execution may take time.
■
EXAMPLES
x
■
Disconnecting the hardware resource of the system board from the operating
system
■
Running a hardware diagnosis on the system board when connecting it
See the setdcl(8) and showdcl(8) commands for DCL.
EXAMPLE 1
Disconnects XSB#00-0 from the current domain and attaches it to domain
ID 1.
XSCF> moveboard -d 1 00-0
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EXAMPLE 2
Reserves assignment of the XSB#00-0 to the domain ID 1.
XSCF> moveboard -d 1 -c reserve 00-0
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), deleteboard(8), setdcl(8), setupfru(8), showboards(8),
showdcl(8), showdevices(8), showdomainstatus(8), showfru(8)
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nslookup(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
nslookup - refer to the DNS server for the host
nslookup hostname
nslookup -h
DESCRIPTION
nslookup(8) refers to the DNS server for the host.
The following information is displayed:
Privileges
Server
DNS server name
Address
IP address of DNS server
Name
Specified host name
Address
IP address of the host name
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
OPERANDS
The following operand is supported:
hostname
EXAMPLES
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies the host name to be referred. A Fully Qualified Domain
Name (FQDN) or a short form of the name can be specified.
Displays the host whose host name is scf0-hostname0.
XSCF> nslookup scf0-hostname0
Server: server.example.com
Address: xx.xx.xx.xx
Name:
scf0-hostname0.example.com
Address: xx.xx.xx.xx
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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password(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
password - manage user passwords and expiration settings
password [-e days| date|Never] [-i inactive] [-M maxdays] [-n mindays] [-w
warn] [ user]
password -h
DESCRIPTION
password (8) changes a user’s password and password expiration settings.
When invoked with one or more options, password will make changes to the
expiration settings of the account. See setpasswordpolicy(8) for a description of
default values.
When invoked without options, password prompts you to change the account
password.
When invoked without a user operand, password operates on the current user
account.
Caution – When you change the password for another user by using the user
operand, the system password policy is not enforced. The user operand is intended
only for creating a new user’s initial password or replacing a lost or forgotten
password for a user account. When changing another user’s password, be sure to
choose a password that conforms with the system password policy. You can display
the current password policy settings with the showpasswordpolicy(8) command.
Whether the user name is specified or not, the account must be local. password
returns an error if it is not local.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
None required
useradm
No privileges are required:
■
To change the password for the current user account
■
To use the -h option
Can run this command with or without any options or operand.
Can change the password for any account.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported
-e days|date|Never Sets the number of days, starting from today, during which
the XSCF account is enabled. Otherwise, it sets the date
when the account expires.
The date format can be yyyy-mm-dd.
Never (or its equivalent in the language of the system
locale) means an account will never expire. It is case
insensitive.
Displays usage statement.
-h
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-i inactive
Sets the number of days after a password expires until the
account is locked. This value is assigned to new user
accounts when they are created. The initial value is –1. A
value of –1 means that the account will not be locked after
the password expires. Valid values are integers with value
of –1 or greater.
-M maxdays
Sets the maximum number of days that a password is valid.
This value is assigned to new user accounts when they are
created. The initial value is 999999.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
-n mindays
Sets the minimum number of days between password
changes. An initial value of zero for this field indicates that
you can change the password at any time.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
This value is assigned to new user accounts when they are
created.
-w warn
Sets the default number of days before password expiration
at which to start warning the user. This value is assigned to
new user accounts when they are created. The initial value
is 7.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
user
90
Specifies a valid user name.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Enabling Password Until February 2, 2008
XSCF> password -e 2008-02-02
EXAMPLE 2
Set Password Lock 10 Days After Password Expiration
XSCF> password -i 10
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setpasswordpolicy(8), showpasswordpolicy(8)
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poweroff(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
poweroff - turn off the power to the specified domain
poweroff [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-f] [-M] -d domain_id
poweroff [ [-q] -{y|n}] -a [-M]
poweroff -h
DESCRIPTION
The poweroff(8) command turns off the power to the specified domain.
The command can turn off the power to the specified domain or to all domains.
After ordinary shutdown processing for the operating system is executed, the
power is turned off.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, fieldeng
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The following options are supported:
-a
Turns off the power to all domains. Only users who have the
platadm and fieldeng privileges can specify this option.
-d domain_id
Specifies the ID of the domain to be turned off. domain_id can be
0–23 depending on the system configuration.
-f
Uses XSCF to forcibly turn off the power to the specified
domain. This option is used together with the -d option.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
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■
If the operating system of the target domain is running, the poweroff(8)
command processing is equivalent to that of the shutdown(1M) command with
the "-i5" option specified.
■
A domain cannot be powered off while the operating system of the domain is
booting. Execute the poweroff(8) command again after the booting is
completed.
■
A domain cannot be powered off by the poweroff(8) command while the
operating system of the domain is running in single-user mode. Execute the
shutdown(1M) command in the domain.
■
When the poweroff(8) command is executed, power-off results for each of the
specified domains are displayed in the following format:
Powered off
The power was turned off normally.
Not Powering
off
An error occurred, and the power could not be turned off. An
error message is displayed with ‘Not Powering off.’
■
EXAMPLES
The showdomainstatus(8) command can be used to check whether the system
power is off.
EXAMPLE 1
Turns off power to all domains.
XSCF> poweroff -a
DomainIDs to power off:00,01,02,03
Continue? [y|n]:y
00:Powering off
01:Powering off
02:Powering off
03:Powering off
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to power-off.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
EXAMPLE 2
Turns off power to domains with domain IDs 0.
XSCF> poweroff -d 0
DomainIDs to power off:00
Continue? [y|n]:y
00:Powering off
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to power-off.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
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EXAMPLE 3
Turns off power to domains with domain IDs 1. An error occurs because the
user has no control privilege.
XSCF> poweroff -d 1
DomainIDs to power off:01
Continue? [y|n]:y
01:Not powering off:Permission denied.
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to power-off.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
EXAMPLE 4
Forcibly turns off power to domains with domain IDs 0.
XSCF> poweroff -f -d 0
DomainIDs to power off:00
The -f option will cause domains to be immediately resets.
Continue? [y|n]:y
00:Powering off
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to power-off.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
EXAMPLE 5
Turns off power to domains with domain IDs 2. Automatically replies with
'y' to the prompt.
XSCF> poweroff -y -d 2
DomainIDs to power off:02
Continue? [y|n]:y
02:Powering off
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to power-off.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
EXAMPLE 6
Turns off power to domains with domain IDs 2. Automatically replies with
'y' without displaying the prompt.
XSCF> poweroff -q -y -d 2
EXAMPLE 7
Cancels the poweroff(8) command execution that is in progress.
XSCF>poweroff -d 0
DomainIDs to power off:00
Continue? [y|n]:n
EXAMPLE 8
Cancels the poweroff(8) command execution that is in progress. Automatically replies with 'n' to the prompt.
XSCF>poweroff -n -d 3
DomainIDs to power off:03
Continue? [y|n]:n
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EXAMPLE 9
Cancels the poweroff(8) command execution that is in progress. Automati-
cally replies with 'n' without displaying the prompt.
XSCF>poweroff -q -n -d 3
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
poweron(8), reset(8), showdomainstatus(8)
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poweron(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
poweron - turn on the power to the specified domain
poweron [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-M] -d domain_id
poweron [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-M] -a
poweron -h
DESCRIPTION
The poweron(8) command turns on the power to the specified domain.
The command can turn on the power to the specified domain or to all domains.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, fieldeng
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The following options are supported:
-a
Turns on the power to every domain that has been completely
set up. Only users who have the platadm or fieldeng
privileges can specify this option. The "domain that has been
completely set up" means a domain that has been completely set
up with the setdcl(8) and addboard(8) commands.
-d domain_id
Specifies the ID of the domain to be turned on. domain_id can be
0–23 depending on the system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
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■
Powering on
The power was turned on normally.
Not Powering
on
An error occurred, and the power could not be turned on. An
error message is displayed with Not Powering on.
■
EXAMPLES
When the poweron(8) command is executed, power-on results for each of the
specified domains are displayed in the following format:
The showdomainstatus(8) command can be used to check whether the system
power is on.
EXAMPLE 1
Turns on power to all domains.
XSCF> poweron -a
DomainIDs to power on:00,01,02,03
Continue? [y|n]:y
00:Powering on
01:Powering on
02:Powering on
03:Powering on
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to power-on.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
EXAMPLE 2
Turns on power to domains with domain IDs 0.
XSCF> poweron -d 0
DomainIDs to power on:00
Continue? [y|n]:y
00:Powering on
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to power-on.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
EXAMPLE 3
Turns on power to domains with domain IDs 0. Automatically replies with
'y' to the prompt.
XSCF> poweron -y -d 0
DomainIDs to power on:00
Continue? [y|n]:y
00:Powering on
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to power-on.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
XSCF>
EXAMPLE 4
Turns on power to domains with domain IDs 1. Automatically replies with
'y' without displaying the prompt.
XSCF> poweron -q -y -d 1
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EXAMPLE 5
Cancels the poweron(8) command execution that is in progress.
XSCF> poweron -d 1
DomainIDs to power on:01
Continue? [y|n]:n
EXAMPLE 6
Cancels the poweron(8) command execution that is in progress. Automati-
cally replies with 'n' to the prompt.
XSCF> poweron -n -d 1
DomainIDs to power on:01
Continue? [y|n]:n
EXAMPLE 7
Cancels the poweron(8) command execution that is in progress. Automati-
cally replies with 'n' without displaying the prompt.
XSCF> poweron -q -n -d 1
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
poweroff(8), reset(8), showdomainstatus(8)
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prtfru(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
prtfru - display FRUID data on the system and External I/O Expansion Unit
prtfru [-c] [-l] [-M] [-x] [ container]
prtfru -h
DESCRIPTION
prtfru is used to obtain FRUID (Field-Replaceable Unit Identifier) data from the
system. Its output is a tree structure, echoing the path in the FRU tree to each
container. When a container is found, the data from that container is printed in a
tree structure as well.
prtfru without any arguments prints the FRU hierarchy and all of the FRUID
container data. prtfru prints to the screen. Output can be redirected to a file.
Note – FRU information from the domains is not available using this command.
Privileges
You must have fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c
Prints only the containers and their data. This option does not
print the FRU tree hierarchy.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
OPERANDS
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is the
same as that of the more command.
-l
Prints only the FRU tree hierarchy. This option does not print the
container data.
-x
Prints in XML format with a system identifier (SYSTEM) of
prtfrureg.dtd.
The following operands are supported:
container
The name of the particular hardware that holds data, in the FRU
hierarchy. Either the name or path/name of a container is
displayed in the -l option. The container operand must be in
upper case and is applicable to the External I/O Expansion Unit
FRUs.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying FRU Tree Hierarchy
XSCF> prtfru -l
...
/frutree
/frutree/chassis (fru)
/frutree/chassis/SYS?Label=SYS
/frutree/chassis/SYS?Label=SYS/led-location (fru)
/frutree/chassis/SYS?Label=SYS/key-location (fru)
/frutree/chassis/SC?Label=SC
/frutree/chassis/SC?Label=SC/system-controller (container)
/frutree/chassis/MB?Label=MB
/frutree/chassis/MB?Label=MB/system-board (container)
/frutree/chassis/MB?Label=MB/system-board/BAT?Label=BAT
/frutree/chassis/MB?Label=MB/system-board/BAT?Label=BAT/battery (fru)
/frutree/chassis/FT0?Label=FT0
/frutree/chassis/FT0?Label=FT0/F0?Label=F0
/frutree/chassis/FT0?Label=FT0/F0?Label=F0/fan (fru)
/frutree/chassis/HDD0?Label=HDD0
/frutree/chassis/HDD0?Label=HDD0/disk (fru)
/frutree/chassis/DVD?Label=DVD
/frutree/chassis/SCC?Label=SCC
/frutree/chassis/SCC?Label=SCC/scc (fru)
/frutree/chassis/PCI0?Label=PCI0
/frutree/chassis/PCI1?Label=PCI1
/frutree/chassis/SCSIBP?Label=SCSIBP
/frutree/chassis/SCSIBP?Label=SCSIBP/system-board (container)
/frutree/chassis/PS0?Label=PS0
/frutree/chassis/PS0?Label=PS0/power-supply (container)
/frutree/chassis/C0?Label=C0
/frutree/chassis/C0?Label=C0/system-board/P0?Label=P0/cpu/B1?Label=B1/
bank/D0?Label=D0/mem-module (container)
EXAMPLE 2
Displaying System-Board FRU ID Data
XSCF> prtfru -c system-board
/frutree/chassis/MB?Label=MB/system-board (container)
SEGMENT: SD
/ManR
/ManR/UNIX_Timestamp32: Thu Oct 9 17:45:34 PDT 2003
/ManR/Fru_Description: ASSY,A42,MOTHERBOARD
/ManR/Manufacture_Loc: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
/ManR/Sun_Part_No: 5016344
/ManR/Sun_Serial_No: 008778
/ManR/Vendor_Name: Celestica
/ManR/Initial_HW_Dash_Level: 08
/ManR/Initial_HW_Rev_Level: 50
/ManR/Fru_Shortname: A42_MB
/SpecPartNo: 885-0060-10
EXAMPLE 3
Displaying System-Board FRU ID Data
XSCF> prtfru -l system-board
/frutree/chassis/MB?Label=MB/system-board (container)
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EXAMPLE 4
Displaying Power Supply FRU ID Data
XSCF> prtfru -l power-supply
/frutree/chassis/PS0?Label=PS0/power-supply (container)
EXAMPLE 5
Displaying Memory Module FRU ID Data
XSCF> prtfru -l mem-module
/frutree/chassis/C0?Label=C0/system-board/P0?Label=P0/cpu/B0?Label=B0/
bank/D0?Label=D0/mem-module (container)
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
ioxadm(8)
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rebootxscf(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
rebootxscf - reset the XSCF
rebootxscf [ [-q] -{y|n}]
rebootxscf -h
DESCRIPTION
The rebootxscf(8) command resets the XSCF.
In case the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, both of the active XSCF and the
standby XSCF will be reset.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privilege to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
When you cancel the XSCF reset using the setdate(8) which commands reset
XSCF automatically, even if you perform this command, the information that is set
is not applied in XSCF.
EXAMPLE 1
Resets the XSCF.
XSCF> rebootxscf
The XSCF will be reset. Continue? [y|n]:y
EXAMPLE 2
Resets the XSCF. Automatically replies with 'y' to the prompt.
XSCF> rebootxscf -y
The XSCF will be reset. Continue? [y|n]:y
EXAMPLE 3
Resets the XSCF. Automatically replies with 'y' without displaying the
prompt.
XSCF> rebootxscf -q -y
EXAMPLE 4
Cancels the rebootxscf(8) command execution that is in progress.
XSCF> rebootxscf
The XSCF will be reset. Continue? [y|n]:n
XSCF>
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SEE ALSO
106
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
applynetwork(8), setdate(8), sethttps(8), setssh(8)
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replacefru(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
replacefru - replace a field replaceable unit (FRU)
replacefru
replacefru -h
DESCRIPTION
The replacefru(8) command replaces a FRU. The command allows the user to
select, confirm, and replace the FRU interactively using menus.
The following FRUs can be replaced using the replacefru(8) command.
Privileges
■
CPU memory unit (CMU)
■
I/O unit (IOU)
■
FAN unit (FANU)
■
Power supply unit (PSU)
■
XSCF unit (XSCFU)
You must have fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported.
-h
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
Displays usage statement.
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), addfru(8), deleteboard(8), deletefru(8), setupfru(8),
showdcl(8), showdomainstatus(8), showfru(8), showhardconf(8), testsb(8),
unlockmaintenance(8)
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reset(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
reset - reset the specified domain
reset [ [-q] -{y|n}] -d domain_id level
reset -h
DESCRIPTION
Note – Since the reset(8) command forcibly resets the system, this command may
cause a failure in a hard disk drive or other components. Use this command only
for the purpose of recovery, such as if the operating system hangs, and for other
limited purposes.
The reset(8) command resets the specified domain.
The following three levels of resetting can be specified:
Privileges
por
Resets the domain system.
panic
Instructs the domain operating system to generate a panic. The
command is ignored if it is issued during power-off or
shutdown.
xir
Resets the domain CPU.
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, fieldeng
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d domain_id
Specifies only one ID of the domain to be reset. domain_id can be
0–23 depending on the system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
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OPERANDS
The following operand is supported:
level
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Specifies the level of resetting. One of the following can be
specified. This operand cannot be omitted.
por
Resets the domain system.
request
Instructs the domain operating system to
generate a panic.
xir
Resets the domain CPU.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
■
The showdomainstatus(8) command can be used to check whether the domain
has been reset.
■
If the reset(8) command is executed under either of the following conditions,
processing is stopped before the operating system is started:
■
The Mode switch on the operator panel is set to Service mode
■
The Auto boot function has been disabled by the setdomainmode (8) command
EXAMPLE 1
Causes a panic in domain ID 0.
XSCF> reset -d 0 panic
DomainID to panic:00
Continue? [y|n]:y
00:Panicked
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to reset.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
EXAMPLE 2
Resets the CPU in domain ID 0. Automatically answers 'y' to all prompts.
XSCF> reset -y -d 0 xir
DomainID to reset:00
Continue? [y|n]:y
00:Reset
*Note*
This command only issues the instruction to reset.
The result of the instruction can be checked by the "showlogs power".
EXAMPLE 3
Resets domain ID 0. Suppresses prompts, and automatically answers 'y' to all
prompts.
XSCF> reset -q -y -d 0 por
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EXAMPLE 4
Cancels the reset command execution that is in progress.
XSCF> reset -d 0 panic
DomainID to panic:00
Continue? [y|n]:n
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
poweroff(8), poweron(8), setdomainmode(8), showdomainstatus(8)
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resetdateoffset(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
resetdateoffset - reset the time subtraction between XSCF and the domain
resetdateoffset
resetdateoffset -h
DESCRIPTION
The resetdateoffset(8) command resets the time subtraction between XSCF and
the domain, which stored in XSCF.
Usually, the time of the domain is synchronized with the time of XSCF. When the
time of the domain changed by using a command such as the date(1M) which
prepared in the operating system of domain, the time subtraction between the time
of XSCF and the changed time of domain will be stored in XSCF. The stored time
subtraction remains after the domain reboot or after the XSCF reset by using a
command such as the rebootxscf(8), with the result that the time subtraction
between XSCF and the domain remains stored.
The resetdateoffset(8) command resets the every time subtraction between
XSCF and each domain, which stored in XSCF. As a result, the time of domain after
startup will be set to the same time as XSCF.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Displays usage statement.
The resetdateoffset(8) command needs to be executed in the system power-off
status.
EXAMPLE 1
Resets the time subtraction between XSCF and the domain.
XSCF> resetdateoffset
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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sendbreak(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
sendbreak - send a break signal to the specified domain
sendbreak -d domain_id
sendbreak [ [-q] -{y|n}] -d domain_id
sendbreak -h
DESCRIPTION
The sendbreak(8) command sends a break signal to the specified domain.
When a break signal is sent from the domain console to the domain operating
system, control is transferred from the operating system to OpenBoot PROM and
the OpenBoot PROM prompt "ok>" is displayed.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm
Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following options are supported:
-d domain_id
Specifies only one ID of the domain to which to send the break
signal. domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system
configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
console(8), showconsolepath(8)
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setaltitude(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setaltitude - set the altitude of the system
setaltitude -s key=value
setaltitude -h
DESCRIPTION
The setaltitude(8) command sets the altitude of the system.
The specified value becomes valid when the circuit breakers of the system are
switched on again.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-s key=value
The item to be set is specified by key. The following value can be
specified:
altitude
Sets the altitude of the system.
Specifies the altitude of the system in value in units of meters (m).
An integer equal to or greater than 0 can be specified, and the
specified value is rounded off to the nearest hundred meters.
The value may be rounded up to the nearest hundred meters.
The default value is 0 meters.
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
■
If the altitude of the system is set, any abnormality in the intake air temperature
can be detected quickly. If the altitude of the system is unknown, set a high
value. However, even if no altitude is set for the system, any abnormality in
temperatures such as the CPU temperature can still be detected, so the system
would not be damaged by a fatal error.
■
When the showaltitude(8) command is executed, the current settings are
displayed.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets the altitude of the system to 1000 m.
XSCF> setaltitude -s altitude=1000
1000m
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EXAMPLE 2
Sets the altitude of the system to 200 m. The specified value is rounded up
to the nearest hundred meters.
XSCF> setaltitude -s altitude=157
200m
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showaltitude(8)
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setarchiving(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setarchiving - configure the log archiving functionality
setarchiving [-k host-key] [-l audit-limit,non-audit-limit] [-p password|-r] [-t
user@host:directory] [-v] [-y|-n]
setarchiving enable|disable
setarchiving -h
DESCRIPTION
setarchiving(8) manages the log archiving configuration. Persistent storage
space on the Service Processor is limited. Some logs may grow to the point where
old log entries must be overwritten or deleted. Log archiving allows the user to set
up the Service Processor to automatically archive its log data on a remote host.
Note – You must set up the archive host correctly prior to enabling the log
archiving feature. (See EXAMPLE 1.) If you attempt to enable archiving while the
configuration is invalid (for example, if the specified archive host does not exist),
setarchiving exits with an error message. setarchiving exits with an error
message if you request invalid configuration changes while archiving is enabled.
Note – setarchiving(8) requires at least one option or operand.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
-k host-key
Sets the public key that XSCF uses to verify the
identity of the host. Possible values for the host-key
are shown here:
none
This literal value specifies that a public key
should not be used to authenticate the archive
host. If an archive host public key was previously
configured, it is deleted.
download
This literal value specifies that setarchiving
should download the public host key from the
archive host using the SSH protocol. If the -t
option is used, setarchiving downloads the
key from the host specified in the argument to
-t. Otherwise, setarchiving downloads the
key from the current archive host. Next,
setarchiving displays the key’s md5
fingerprint and prompts you for confirmation of
the identity of the host to continue. If you accept
the key, it is saved and used for server
authentication. If you reject the key,
setarchiving exists without changing the
configuration.
public-key
The specified public key is stored and used for
server authentication. The host-key argument
should be the complete public-key for the archive
host, beginning with the key type.
Note – The public-key should be enclosed in quotes to
ensure that the shell treats it as a single word.
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-l audit-limit,non-audit-limit Sets the space limits for log archives in megabytes.
The option argument must consist of two values
separated by a comma.
The audit-limit value specifies the archive space limit
for audit logs. It must be either 0 (zero), unlimited
or an integer in the range of 500–50000. If you do not
use the -l option to modify the value of audit-limit,
the initial archive space limit for audit logs is
unlimited.
The non-audit-limit value specifies the archive space
limit for all other logs, in megabytes. It must be an
integer in the range of 500–50000. If unset, the initial
value for non-audit-limit depends on the type of
server. Use the showarchiving(8) command to
determine the value for your server.
If either of the specified values is invalid, the
command displays an error and exits without making
any changes.
-n
Automatically answers no to all prompts. Prompts
are displayed.
-p password
Sets the password used for ssh login. This option is
provided to facilitate scripting. To change the
password interactively, use the -r option.
-r
Reads the password used for ssh login. The
setarchiving command displays a prompt and
reads the new password without echoing it to the
screen.
-t user@host:directory
Sets the archive target. The host field specifies the
host name or IP address of the archive host. The user
field specifies the user name for the ssh login to the
archive host. The directory field specifies the archive
directory on the archive host where the archives
should be stored. The directory field must not begin
with a tilde (~).
-v
Specifies verbose output. When this option is used in
conjunction with -k download, setarchiving
displays the downloaded public key in addition to its
md5 fingerprint.
-y
Automatically answers yes to all prompts. Prompts
are displayed.
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OPERANDS
EXAMPLES
The following operands are supported:
enable
Activates the log archiving feature. Cannot be used with any
options.
disable
De-activates the log archiving feature. Cannot be used with any
options.
EXAMPLE 1
Setting the Archiving Target and Password
XSCF> setarchiving -t jsmith@somehost.company.com:/home/jsmith/
logs -r
Enter ssh password for jsmith@somehost.company.com:[]
EXAMPLE 2
Setting the Public Host Key
XSCF> setarchiving -k download
Downloading public host key from somehost.company.com....
Fingerprint: c3:75:f9:97:7d:dc:le:le:62:06:c1:6f:87:bc:e8:0d
Accept this public key (yes|no): yes
EXAMPLE 3
Setting the Space Limits for Archives
XSCF> setarchiving -l 10000,10000
EXAMPLE 4
Enabling Archiving
XSCF> setarchiving enable
Testing the archiving configuration...
Logs will be archived to somehost.company.com.
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion. Configuration updated.
>0
An error occurred.
showarchiving(8)
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setaudit(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setaudit - manage the system auditing functionality
setaudit enable|disable|archive|delete
setaudit [-p count|suspend] [ -m mailaddr] [-a users=enable|disable|default]
[-c classes= {enable|disable }]... [-e events=enable|disable ]... [-g
{enable|disable }] [-t percents]
setaudit -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
setaudit(8) manages the collection of data on the use of system resources. Audit
data provides a record of security-related system events. This data can be used to
assign responsibility for actions that have taken place on the system. Auditing
generates records when specified events occur. Events that generate audit records
include:
■
System startup and shutdown
■
Login and logout
■
Authentication actions
■
Administrative actions
You must have auditadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-a users=enable|disable|default
Sets the audit record generation policy for the specified users. users is a
comma-separated list of valid user names.
When set to enable or disable, audit record generation for the users is
turned on or off respectively. This setting overrides the global policy for the
specified user.
When set to default, the policy for the users is set to follow the global
policy. Use showaudit -g to display the global user audit record generation
policy.
-c classes = enable|disable
Changes the audit record generation policy for the specified audit classes.
classes is a comma-separated list of audit classes. A class may be specified by
its numeric value or its name. The ACS_ prefix may be omitted. For example,
the class of audit-related events can be expressed as ACS_AUDIT, AUDIT or
16.
The following are valid classes:
all
Denotes all classes.
ACS_SYSTEM(1)
System-related events
ACS_WRITE(2)
Commands that can modify a state
ACS_READ(4)
Commands that read a current state
ACS_LOGIN(8)
Login-related events
ACS_AUDIT(16)
Audit-related events
ACS_DOMAIN(32)
Domain management–related events
ACS_USER(64)
User management–related events
ACS_PLATFORM(128)
Platform management–related events
ACS_MODES(256)
Mode-related events
This option may be specified multiple times. Multiple specification are
processed together with an -e options in the order listed. See EXAMPLE 1.
When set to enable or disable, audit record generation for the classes is
turned on or off respectively. This setting overrides the global policy. When
set to default, the policy for the users is set to follow the global policy. Use
showaudit -g to display the global user audit record generation policy.
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-e events = enable|disable
Changes the audit record generation policy for the specified audit events.
events is a comma-separated list of audit events. An event may be specified
by its numeric value or its name. The AEV_ prefix may be omitted. For
example, the event for SSH login can be expressed as AEV_LOGIN_SSH,
LOGIN_SSH or 0.
See showaudit -e all for a list of valid events.
This option may be specified multiple times. Multiple specification are
processed together with an -c options in the order listed. See EXAMPLE 3.
When set to enable or disable, audit record generation for the events is
turned on or off respectively. This setting overrides the global policy. When
set to default, the policy for the users is set to follow the global policy. Use
showaudit -g to display the global user audit record generation policy.
-g enable|disable
Sets the global user audit record generation policy.
When set to disable, no audit record which can be attributed to any user
account is generated. These settings can be overridden on an individual user
basis using the -a option.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-m mailaddr
Sets the mail address to which email is sent when the local audit storage
space usage reaches a threshold (see option -t). Email addresses must be a
valid email address of the form user@company.com. Specifying none for
mailaddr turns off email notification.
-p suspend|count
Sets the policy to follow when the audit trail becomes full. The following are
valid values:
suspend
All processes which try to write to audit records will be
suspended until either space becomes available and
records can be written, or the policy is changed to count.
count
New audit records are dropped and a count is kept of
how many records are dropped.
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-t percents
Sets thresholds at which to issue a warning about local audit storage usage.
percents is a comma-separated list of percentages of available space used. At
most two values may be set. For example, a value of 50, 75 would cause
warnings to be issued when 50% and 75%, respectively, of the available
storage for audit records is consumed. The default value is 80%.
Warnings are issued as a message to the console and optionally to an
administrator using email. See -m mailaddr.
OPERANDS
EXAMPLES
The following operands are supported:
archive
Notifies the log archiving facility to archive the current audit
trail.
delete
Delete the portion of the local audit trail in the secondary
partition. This can be used to free space for new audit records if
the local audit trail becomes full. For more information on the
secondary partition, refer to the administration guide for your
server.
disable
Turns off the writing of audit records to the audit trail and
notifies the log archiving facility to archive the current audit
trail.
enable
Turns on the writing of audit records to the audit trail.
EXAMPLE 1
Changing Classes Using Names
XSCF> setaudit -c LOGIN,AUDIT=disable -c ACS_READ=enable
Auditing for LOGIN and AUDIT classes has been disabled. Auditing for READ class
is enabled.
EXAMPLE 2
Changing Classes Using Numbers
XSCF> setaudit -c 8,16=disable -c 1=enable
Auditing for classes 8 (LOGIN) and 16 (AUDIT) has been disabled. Auditing for class
1 (SYSTEM) is enabled.
EXAMPLE 3
Changing Classes and Enabling an Event
XSCF> setaudit -c 1=enable -e 64=disable
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Auditing is enabled for all of Class 1 (SYSTEM) except for event 64 (USER) is
disabled.
EXAMPLE 4
Enabling Auditing
XSCF> setaudit enable
Turns on writing of the audit records for the audit trail.
EXAMPLE 5
Enabling Warnings
XSCF> setaudit -t 50,75
Warnings will be sent at 50% capacity and 75% capacity.
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showaudit(8)
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setautologout(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setautologout - set the session timeout time of the XSCF shell
setautologout -s timeout
setautologout -h
DESCRIPTION
The setautologout(8) command sets the session timeout time of the XSCF shell.
The default of the session timeout time is 10 minutes.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-s timeout
Specifies the session timeout time of the XSCF shell. Specify a
timeout time value in units of minutes for timeout. An integer
ranging from 1 to 255 can be specified.
The specified session timeout time becomes effective after the subsequent login.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets the session timeout time of the XSCF shell to 30 minutes.
XSCF> setautologout -s 30
30min
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showautologout(8)
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setcod(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setcod - set up the Capacity on Demand (COD) resources used for domains
setcod
setcod [-v]
setcod [[-q] -{y|n}] [-v] headroom
setcod [-v] -d domain_id [ proc-rtus]
setcod -h
DESCRIPTION
setcod(8) sets up the COD resources to be used for domains. License keys must be
installed (see addcodlicense(8)) before COD boards in a domain can be utilized.
You can also enable headroom and reserve licenses for some domains with
setcod(8).
When no domain_id is specified, current values are displayed in the square brackets
([]) at the command prompt. If no value is specified for an operand, it retains its
current value.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d domain_id
Domain identifier. domain_id can be 0–23 depending on
the system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-v
Specifies verbose output.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
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OPERANDS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The following operands are supported:
headroom
Amount of headroom (processors) to be
enabled. Maximum value is 4.
proc-rtus
The number of Right To Use (RTUs)
licenses reserved for a domain. One RTU
license is required for each CPU.
If you run the setcod command without specifying any options, the command
prompts you for COD information.
You are asked to specify the amount of COD headroom to be used, and the number
of COD RTU licenses to be reserved for your domains. When you are prompted for
COD information, the maximum values allowed are displayed within parentheses
() and default values are displayed within brackets [].
setcod enables COD headroom (processors to be used on demand). Use the -d
domain_id to specify the number of domain COD RTU licenses to be reserved.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Setting COD CPU Headroom Quantity and Reserve Domain COD RTU Licenses
XSCF> setcod
PROC RTUs installed: 0
PROC Headroom Quantity (0 to disable, 4 MAX) [0]: 1
WARNING:Using headroom requires you to install license key(s) within 30
days. Do you agree? [y|n]: y
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 0 (1 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 1 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 2 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 3 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 4 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 5 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 6 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 7 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 8 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 9 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 10 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 11 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 12 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 13 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 14 (0 MAX) [0]:
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 15 (0 MAX) [0]:
EXAMPLE 2
Set the COD Headroom CPUs to 3
XSCF> setcod 3
WARNING: Using headroom requires you to install license key(s) within 30
days. Do you agree? [y|n]: y
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After this command completes, you will see a message similar to this one in the
XSCF console:
codd 15:51:36: COD PROC Headroom changed to 3
EXAMPLE 3
Set the COD Headroom CPUs to 0
XSCF> setcod 0
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addcodlicense(8), showcod(8)
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setdate(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setdate - set the date and time of XSCF
setdate [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-u] -s date
setdate -h
DESCRIPTION
The setdate(8) command sets the date and time of XSCF.
If the local date and time are specified, they are set following conversion to
coordinated universal time (UTC).
After the command executed, XSCF will be reset automatically.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-s date
Sets date and time. date can be specified in either of the
following formats:
YYYY.MM.DD-hh:mm:ss
Specifies date in the format of
"year.month.dayhour:minute:second."
MMDDhhmmYYYY.ss
Specifies data in the format
"MonthDayHourMinuteYear.
second."
-u
Specifies time in UTC. When omitted, the local time is specified.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
■
In case the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, the setting automatically
reflected to the standby XSCF. When there is a defect on the standby XSCF, it
leads to an error and the setting will be reflected to the active XSCF only.
■
If the XSCF is used as an NTP server, change the XSCF time, and synchronize the
domain times with the XSCF time. The XSCF time is applied to a domain during
either of the following operations:
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EXAMPLES
■
The ntpdate(1M) command is executed in the domain.
■
Rebooting the domain
■
The setdate(8) command needs to be executed in the system power-off status.
■
In case an NTP server set to XSCF, the time set by the setdate(8) command
becomes invalid. Whether an NTP server set to XSCF or not can be checked by
using the showntp(8) command.
■
To check the currently set XSCF date and time, execute the showdate(8)
command.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets "January 27 16:59:00 2006" of the local time (JST) as the current time.
XSCF> setdate -s 012716592006.00
Fri Jan 27 16:59:00 JST 2006
The XSCF will be reset. Continue? [y|n] :y
Fri Jan 27 16:59:00 JST 2006
XSCF>
The reset continues after this point.
EXAMPLE 2
Sets "January 27 07:59:00 2006" of UTC as the current time.
XSCF> setdate -u -s 012707592006.00
Fri Jan 27 07:59:00 UTC 2006
The XSCF will be reset. Continue? [y|n] :y
Fri Jan 27 07:59:00 UTC 2006
XSCF>
The reset continues after this point.
EXAMPLE 3
Sets "January 27 16:59:00 2006" of the local time (JST) as the current time.
Automatically replies with 'y' to the prompt.
XSCF> setdate -y -s 012716592006.00
Fri Jan 27 16:59:00 JST 2006
The XSCF will be reset. Continue? [y|n] :y
Fri Jan 27 16:59:00 JST 2006
XSCF>
The reset continues after this point.
EXAMPLE 4
Sets "January 27 16:59:00 2006" of the local time (JST) as the current time.
Automatically replies with 'y' without displaying the prompt.
XSCF> setdate -q -y -s 012716592006.00
XSCF>
The reset continues after this point.
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Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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SEE ALSO
setntp(8), settimezone(8), showdate(8), showntp(8), showtimezone(8)
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setdcl(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setdcl - set a domain component list (DCL)
setdcl -d domain_id -s policy=value
setdcl -d domain_id -s option=value lsb [ lsb...]
setdcl -d domain_id -a lsb=xsb [ lsb=xsb...]
setdcl -d domain_id -r lsb [ lsb...]
setdcl -h
DESCRIPTION
The setdcl(8) command sets a domain component list (DCL).
A DCL is hardware resource information that can be set for a domain or the logical
system boards (LSBs) that are components of a domain.
An LSB is a board unit recognized by an operating system in a domain. Up to 16
boards can be registered in each domain, and they are represented by integer
numbers ranging from 0 to 15.
An extended system board (XSB) is a board unit that can be used in the system and
is one partition of a partitioned physical system board (PSB). An XSB is represented
by x-y, a combination of a PSB number and the number of one partition of the
partitioned PSB (x is an integer ranging from 00 to 15, and y is an integer ranging
from 0 to 3).
The setdcl(8) command associates an XSB with an LSB that can be recognized by
an operating system in the domain, and its settings enable the operating system in
the domain to use hardware resources on the associated XSB.
The setdcl(8) command can set the following types of DCL information:
For the domain:
■
Degradation range applicable for an error detected during an initial diagnosis of
hardware (policy)
For the LSB:
■
XSB number of the XSB to be associated with an LSB (lsb, xsb)
The XSB with the specified XSB number is associated with an LSB.
■
Using memory mounted on an LSB (no-mem)
The user can specify whether an operating system in the domain can use
memory mounted on an LSB.
■
Using I/O devices mounted on an LSB (no-io)
The user can specify whether an operating system in the domain can use I/O
devices, such as a PCI card, mounted on an LSB.
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■
Whether to set a priority for the specified LSB as a floating board, relative to
other boards (float)
The user can specify whether to set a priority for the specified LSB as a floating
board, relative to other boards. A floating board is used for dynamic
reconfiguration (DR) for purposes such as changing the domain configuration,
while minimizing effect of DR on the operating system.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a lsb=xsb
Specifies an XSB number to be associated with an LSB number in
the domain. The following form can be accepted:
lsb=xsb
lsb
Specifies an LSB number. An integer ranging
from 0 to 15 can be specified.
xsb
Specifies an XSB number. The following xsb
form is accepted:
x-y
x: An integer from 00–15.
y: An integer from 0–3.
lsb and xsb can be specified with an equal sign (=) as a delimiter.
The space character must not be inserted immediately before
and after "=." lsb=xsb can be repeated multiple times by using a
space character as a delimiter.
If the same pair of an LSB number and XSB number is
duplicated, an error occurs. Also, if an XSB number has already
been set for the specified lsb, an error occurs.
If the specified xsb has already been set for another LSB, the
existing setting is canceled and the specified xsb is set for the
specified lsb.
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-d domain_id
Specifies the domain ID to be set. An integer ranging from 0 to
23 can be specified for domain_id, depending on the system
configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
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-r
Clears the XSB number associated with an LSB number in the
specified domain.
-s option=value
Makes settings regarding hardware resources of the XSB
associated with an LSB. An item to be set is specified for option,
and a value corresponding to option is specified for value. option
and value are specified only once in a format using an equal sign
(=) to delimit the specified values. The space character must not
be inserted immediately before and after "=".
One of the following can be specified for option:
policy
Degradation range applicable for a detected
error during an initial diagnosis of
hardware.
no-mem
Whether to omit the use of memory on a
domain
no-io
Whether to omit the use of I/O devices on a
domain
float
Whether to set a priority for the board as a
floating board, relative to other boards
If policy is specified for option, either of the following can be
specified for value:
fru
Degrades the target part for an error
detected by a diagnosis.
xsb
Degrades the target XSB for an error
detected by a diagnosis.
system
Degrades the target system for an error
detected by a diagnosis.
If no-mem is specified for option, either of the following can be
specified for value:
true
Omits the use of memory on a domain.
false
Does not omit the use of memory on a
domain (default).
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-r
Clears the XSB number associated with an LSB number in the
specified domain.
-s option=value
Makes settings regarding hardware resources of the XSB
associated with an LSB. An item to be set is specified for option,
and a value corresponding to option is specified for value. option
and value are specified only once in a format using an equal sign
(=) to delimit the specified values. The space character must not
be inserted immediately before and after "=".
One of the following can be specified for option:
policy
Degradation range applicable for a detected
error during an initial diagnosis of
hardware.
no-mem
Whether to omit the use of memory on a
domain
no-io
Whether to omit the use of I/O devices on a
domain
float
Whether to set a priority for the board as a
floating board, relative to other boards
If policy is specified for option, either of the following can be
specified for value:
fru
Degrades the target part for an error
detected by a diagnosis.
xsb
Degrades the target XSB for an error
detected by a diagnosis.
system
Degrades the target system for an error
detected by a diagnosis.
If no-mem is specified for option, either of the following can be
specified for value:
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true
Omits the use of memory on a domain.
false
Does not omit the use of memory on a
domain (default).
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If no-io is specified for option, either of the following can be
specified for value:
true
Omits the use of I/O devices on a domain.
false
Does not omit the use of I/O devices on a
domain (default).
If float is specified for option, either of the following can be
specified for value:
OPERANDS
EXAMPLES
Gives a higher priority regarding floating
boards.
false
Does not give a higher priority regarding
floating boards (default).
The following operands are supported:
lsb
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
true
Specifies the number of the LSB whose information is to be set.
Specify by using an integer ranging from 0 to 15. Multiple lsbs
can be specified by delimiting with spaces. Specifies unique lsb
within the domain. If the same lsb number is specified, an error
occurs.
■
If the XSB associated with the specified LSB has been configured in the domain
configuration, the information that is set for the LSB cannot be changed. Before
making such a change, unassign the XSB from the domain configuration by
executing the deleteboard(8) command, or re-configure it in another domain
configuration by executing the moveboard(8) command.
■
If the specified domain is running, the value of policy cannot be changed. To
change the value, first turn off power to the domain.
■
The currently set DCL information can be checked by using the showdcl(8)
command.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets XSB#00-0 for LSB#00 and XSB#00-1 for LSB#01 of domain ID 0.
XSCF> setdcl -d 0 -a 00=00-0 01=00-1
EXAMPLE 2
Sets no-mem=true for LSB#00 and #01 of domain ID 0.
XSCF> setdcl -d 0 -s no-mem=true 00 01
EXAMPLE 3
Sets policy=system for domain ID 0.
XSCF> setdcl -d 0 -s policy=system
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EXAMPLE 4
Clear the XSBs associated with LSB#00 and #01 of domain ID 0.
XSCF> setdcl -d 0 -r 00 01
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), deleteboard(8), moveboard(8), setupfru(8), showboards(8),
showdcl(8), showdevices(8), showfru(8)
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setdomainmode(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setdomainmode - set a domain mode
setdomainmode [ [-q] -{y|n}] -d domain_id -m function=mode
setdomainmode -h
DESCRIPTION
setdomainmode(8) sets a domain mode for the specified domain.
The domain mode of each domain can be set. The domain mode includes the
following settings:
■
OpenBoot PROM diagnostic levels (Diagnostics Level)
■
Whether to enable or disable the host watchdog and suppress break signal
reception (Secure Mode). The default of the host watchdog is enable and
suppress break signal reception is enable.
■
Whether to enable or disable the auto boot function used at domain startup
(Autoboot)
If the domain mode is set, the current settings of the domain mode are listed.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
■
Diagnostic level:
fieldeng
■
Can run this command for all domains.
Secure Mode, Autoboot:
platadm
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm
Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d domain_id
Specifies the domain ID to be set. domain_id can be 0–23
depending on the system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-m function=mode Sets the domain mode and specifies its values. Use function to set
the domain mode. One of the following can be specified:
diag
Specifies the OpenBoot PROM diagnostic
level.
secure
Specifies whether to enable or disable the
host watchdog and suppress break signal
reception.
autoboot
Specifies whether to enable or disable the
Auto boot function.
When diag is specified for function, any of the following can be
specified for mode:
Note – This function cannot be specified for the domain which
is powered on.
none
No diagnosis is performed.
min
Sets standard for the diagnostic level.
max
Sets maximum for the diagnostic level.
When secure or autoboot is specified for function, one of the
following can be specified for mode:
on
Enables specified function.
off
Disables specified function.
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-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
■
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n"
to cancel the command.
■
If the Mode switch on the operator panel is set to Service, the settings have the
following values regardless of the domain mode settings of the
setdomainmode(8) command:
■
Diagnostics Level: operates as the setdomainmode(8) command setting
■
Secure Mode, Autoboot: off
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EXAMPLES
■
When the OpenBoot PROM environmental variable 'auto-boot?' has been set
to false, the auto boot function is disabled.
■
value specified with '-m diag' is applied to the diag level of the addboard(8)
command and moveboard(8) command.
■
The settings of the current domain mode can be checked by using the
showdomainmode(8) command.
EXAMPLE 1
The setting of the diagnostic level for domain ID 0 is none.
XSCF> setdomainmode -d 0 -m diag=none
Diagnostic Level
:min
-> none
Secure Mode
:on
-> Autoboot
:on
-> The specified modes will be changed.
Continue? [y|n]:y
configured.
Diagnostic Level
:none
Secure Mode
:on (host watchdog: available
receive)
Autoboot
:on (autoboot:on)
EXAMPLE 2
The Auto boot function is enabled for domain ID 0. Automatically answers 'y'
to all prompts.
XSCF> setdomainmode -y -d 0 -m autoboot=on
Diagnostic Level
:none
-> Secure Mode
:on
-> Autoboot
:off
-> on
The specified modes will be changed.
Continue? [y|n]:y
configured.
Diagnostic Level
:none
Secure Mode
:on (host watchdog: available
receive)
Autoboot
:on (autoboot:on)
EXAMPLE 3
Break-signal:non-
Break-signal:non-
Cancels the setdomainmode(8) command execution that is in progress.
XSCF> setdomainmode -d 0 -m diag=none
Diagnostic Level
:min
-> none
Secure Mode
:on
-> Autoboot
:on
-> The specified modes will be changed.
Continue? [y|n]:n
EXAMPLE 4
The Auto boot function is enabled for domain ID 0. Suppresses prompts, and
automatically answers 'y' to all prompts
XSCF> setdomainmode -q -y -d 0 -m autoboot=on
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showdomainmode(8)
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setdomparam(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setdomparam - forcibly rewrite OpenBoot PROM environment variables
setdomparam [ [-q] -{y|n}] -d domain_id use-nvramrc
setdomparam [ [-q] -{y|n}] -d domain_id security-mode
setdomparam [ [-q] -{y|n}] -d domain_id set-defaults
setdomparam -h
DESCRIPTION
The setdomparam(8) command rewrites OpenBoot PROM environment variables.
This command can rewrite variables of a specified domain or all the domains.
The following OpenBoot PROM environment variables can be specified.
use-nvramrc?
Whether to execute the contents of the NVRAM at the boot or
reboot of a domain.
security-mode? Firmware security level setting
set-defaults
Privileges
Whether to restore OpenBoot PROM environment variables to
the settings at the time of shipment from the factory
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm
Can run this command only for your managed domain.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:.
-d domain_id
Specifies a ID of the domain which OpenBoot PROM
environment variables are rewritten. domain_id can be 0–23
depending on the system configuration.
Note – The domain which is powered on cannot specify.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
use-nvramrc
Sets false for theuse-nvramrc? environment variable.
security-mode Sets none to the security-mode? environment variable.
set-defaults
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Restores the OpenBoot PROM environment variables to the
settings at the time of shipment from the factory
When the command is executed, a prompt to confirm execution of the command
with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the command or "n" to
cancel the command.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets false for the use-nvramrc? OpenBoot PROM environment variable of domain ID 0.
XSCF> setdomrarm -d 0 use-nvramrc
DomainIDs of domains that will be affected:00,01
OpenBoot PROM variable use-nvram will be set to false.
Continue? [y|n]:y
EXAMPLE 2
Sets none for the security-mode OpenBoot PROM environment variable of domain ID 0.
XSCF> setdomrarm -d 0 security-mode
DomainIDs of domains that will be affected:00,01
OpenBoot PROM variable security-mode will be set to none.
Continue? [y|n]:y
EXAMPLE 3
Initializes the OpenBoot PROM environment variables of the domain ID 0
to the settings at the time of shipment from the factory.
XSCF> setdomrarm -d 0 set-defaults
DomainIDs of domains that will be affected:00
All OpenBoot PROM variable will be reset to original default values.
Continue? [y|n]:y
EXAMPLE 4
Initializes the OpenBoot PROM environment variables of the domain ID 1
to the settings at the time of shipment from the factory. Automatically replies with 'y' without displaying the prompt.
XSCF> setdomrarm -q -y -d 1 set-defaults
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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setdscp(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setdscp - set the IP address assignments for the Domain to Service Processor
Communications Protocol (DSCP)
setdscp [-v]
setdscp [-f] [-v] [ [-q] -{y|n}] -i address -m netmask
setdscp [-f] [-v] [ [-q] -{y|n}] -s -i address
setdscp [-f] [-v] [ [-q] -{y|n}] -d domain_id -i address
setdscp -h
DESCRIPTION
setdscp(8) assigns IP addresses to the DSCP links.
setdscp is intended for initial configuration only. Domains should not be powered
on when running this command.
Note – You are required to reboot the Service Processor after modifying the DSCP
IP address assignment using this command, and before the IP addresses you
specified are used.
You can specify a network address for use by all of the DSCP links using the -i
address and -m netmask arguments. In this mode of operation, the IP addresses used
by the Service Processor and each domain-specific DSCP link are automatically
selected from within the range of addresses indicated by the network address.
You can set the IP address of an individual, domain-specific DSCP link
independently of all other DSCP address settings using the -d domain_id and -i
address arguments.
You can set the IP address of the Service Processor independently of all other DSCP
address settings using the -s and -i address arguments.
If DSCP has been previously configured, the current settings are displayed. If they
are correct, they can be accepted by pressing the [Return] key.
An error occurs if you set the address of the Service Processor or a domain to a
value that either is out of range for a previously configured network address, or
conflicts with an address already assigned to another domain or the Service
Processor. You can override such errors by using the -f option.
Using the -f option with a conflicting IP address may cause misconfiguration. You
must resolve such conflicts for DSCP to operate properly.
With no arguments, setdscp enters an interactive mode that prompts you to enter
all of the DSCP IP address information sequentially. (The noninteractive method,
setting up the IP addresses of all domains using the -i and -m options, is
preferred.) After inputting all the requested settings, you can review the settings
and decide whether to commit them to the DSCP configuration database.
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Note – The -y and -n options can be used (with or without the -q option) when
running setdscp in interactive mode.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d domain_id
Domain identifier. Must be used with -i address option. domain_id
can be 0–23 depending on the system configuration.
-f
Forces setdscp to ignore out of range and address conflict errors
and commits the new settings.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-i address
Specifies an IP address in the IPv4 dotted decimal format.
When used with -m netmask it specifies a network address for
all DSCP links in the system.
When used with -d domain_id it specifies an individual,
domain-specific IP address for use by DSCP.
When used with -s, it specifies the IP address used for the
Service Processor end of all DSCP links in the system.
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-m netmask
Specifies a netmask address for all DSCP links in the system. Must
be used with -i address.
-n
Automatically answers n (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-s
Must be used with the -i address option. Specifies the Service
Processor end of all DSCP links in the system.
-v
Displays a detailed message. If this option is specified with the -q
option, the -v option is ignored.
-y
Automatically answers y (yes) to all prompts.
Caution – The IP addresses shown in the following examples are examples only.
Refer to the site planning guide for your server for information about valid IP
addresses for your network. Using invalid network IP addresses could, under
certain circumstances, make your system unbootable!
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setdscp(8)
EXAMPLE 1
Assigning All DSCP Addresses
XSCF> setdscp -y -i 10.1.1.0 -m 255.255.255.0
Commit these changes to the database? [y|n] : y
EXAMPLE 2
Assigning an Alternative IP address to Domain 1
XSCF> setdscp -d 1 -i 10.1.1.26
Commit these changes to the database? [y|n] : y
EXAMPLE 3
Specifying a Netmask Address With -q and -y Options
XSCF> setdscp -q -y -i 10.1.1.0 -m 255.255.255.0
EXAMPLE 4
Setting DSCP Addresses Using Interactive Mode
The default value displayed by each prompt in interactive mode matches the
previous configuration. This makes it possible to interactively review and modify
DSCP configuration. In this example you only input the network address portion
and then press ENTER to accept all subsequent settings.
XSCF> setdscp
DSCP network [0.0.0.0
] > 10.1.1.0
DSCP netmask
] > 255.255.255.0
[255.0.0.0
XSCF address [10.1.1.1
] > [ENTER]
Domain #00 address [10.1.1.2
] > [ENTER]
Domain #01 address [10.1.1.3
] > [ENTER]
Domain #02 address [10.1.1.4
] > [ENTER]
Domain #03 address [10.1.1.5
] > [ENTER]
Domain #04 address [10.1.1.6
] > [ENTER]
Domain #05 address [10.1.1.7
] > [ENTER]
Domain #06 address [10.1.1.8
] > [ENTER]
Domain #07 address [10.1.1.9
] > [ENTER]
Domain #08 address [10.1.1.10
] > [ENTER]
Domain #09 address [10.1.1.11
] > [ENTER]
Domain #10 address [10.1.1.12
] > [ENTER]
Domain #11 address [10.1.1.13
] > [ENTER]
Domain #12 address [10.1.1.14
] > [ENTER]
Domain #13 address [10.1.1.15
] > [ENTER]
Domain #14 address [10.1.1.16
] > [ENTER]
Domain #15 address [10.1.1.17
] > [ENTER]
Domain #16 address [10.1.1.18
] > [ENTER]
Domain #17 address [10.1.1.19
] > [ENTER]
Domain #18 address [10.1.1.20
] > [ENTER]
Domain #19 address [10.1.1.21
] > [ENTER]
Domain #20 address [10.1.1.22
] > [ENTER]
Domain #21 address [10.1.1.23
] > [ENTER]
Domain #22 address [10.1.1.24
] > [ENTER]
Domain #23 address [10.1.1.25
] > [ENTER]
Commit these changes to the database [y|n]? y
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EXIT STATUS
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154
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showdscp(8)
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setdualpowerfeed(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setdualpowerfeed - set dual power feed mode
setdualpowerfeed -s key
setdualpowerfeed -h
DESCRIPTION
The setdualpowerfeed(8) command specifies dual power feed mode in the
system.
The setdualpowerfeed(8) command is valid in a midrange server only. In a highend server, when the power cabinet for dual power feed connected, it automatically
configures the dual power feed mode.
Any change made in dual power feed mode becomes valid when circuit breaker to
the system is turned on. Before rebooting the system, a message that dual power
feed mode was changed is displayed.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-s key
Sets dual power feed mode in the system. Either of the following
can be specified for key:
enable
Enables the dual power feed mode.
disable
Disables dual power feed mode.
The state of the current dual power feed mode can be checked by using the
showdualpowerfeed(8) command.
EXAMPLE 1
Disables dual power feed mode in the system. Before rebooting the system, a message is displayed.
XSCF> setdualpowerfeed -s disable
enable -> disable
NOTE: Dual power feed will be disabled the next time the platform is
powered on.
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EXAMPLE 2
Enables dual power feed mode in the system. Before rebooting the system,
a message is displayed.
XSCF> setdualpowerfeed -s enable
disable -> enable
NOTE: Dual power feed will be enabled the next time the platform is powered
on.
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
156
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showdualpowerfeed(8)
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setemailreport(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setemailreport - set up the email report configuration data
setemailreport [-v] [-t]
setemailreport [-s variable= value]...
setemailreport -h
DESCRIPTION
setemailreport(8) sets up email reporting configuration data for remote
maintenance. Once the configuration data is set up, it is used by the fault
management daemon to send email reports as required.
If you run the setemailreport command without specifying any options, you
will be prompted to answer whether email reporting is to be enabled. If enabled,
you will be prompted to provided a list of email addresses.
Where:
-a
Add recipient
-d
Delete recipient
-r
Replace recipient (Default)
You can set up email reporting noninteractively by using the -s option.
After the email server and port have been set up using setsmtp(8), you can use
setemailreport -t to send a test email message.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) and for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
-s variable=value
Configures email reporting.
Valid entries for variable are:
enable
recipient
Valid value entries for enable are:
yes
no
Valid value entries for recipient are:
Any valid company email account
EXAMPLES
-t
Sends test email.
-v
Specifies verbose output.
EXAMPLE 1
Enable Email Reporting Interactively
XSCF> setemailreport
Enable Email Reporting? [no]:yes
Email Recipient Address [useradm@company.com]:
Do you want to send a test mail now (Yes/No): no
EXAMPLE 2
Adding an Email Report Recipient Using -a
XSCF> setemailreport
Enable Email Reporting? [yes]:[RETURN]
Email Recipient Address[useradmin@company.com]: -a adm2@company.com
EXAMPLE 3
Deleting an Email Report Recipient Using -d
XSCF> setemailreport
Enable Email Reporting? [yes]:[RETURN]
Email Recipient Address[adm2@company.com]: -d adm2@company.com
EXAMPLE 4
Enable Email Reporting Noninteractively
XSCF> setemailreport -s enable=yes -s
recipient=”useradm@company.com, adm2@company.com”
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setemailreport(8)
EXAMPLE 5
Sending Test Email
XSCF> setemailreport -t
....Sending test email to useradm@company.com
[Email contents shown below]
Host Name: jupiter
Send Timestamp: 04-20-2006 16:31:45 PST
Mail Server: 10.4.1.1
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setsmtp(8), showemailreport(8)
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sethostname(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
sethostname - set a host name and a DNS domain name for an XSCF unit
sethostname xscfu hostname
sethostname -d domainname
sethostname -h
DESCRIPTION
sethostname(8) command sets a host name and a DNS domain name for an XSCF
unit.
When the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, the DNS domain name becomes
common to XSCF units. The host name can be specified for each XSCF unit.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
OPERANDS
The following options are supported:
-d domainname
Specifies a DNS domain name to be set for the XSCF unit. The
domainname is specified in up to 254 characters with the hostname
included, with label elements delimited by a period(.). If a
domain name exceeding 254 characters is specified, an error
occurs. A label element can contain alphanumeric characters and
hyphens (-). Each label element must always begin with an
alphabetic character and end with an alphanumeric character.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
The following operands are supported:
hostname
Specifies a host name to be set for the XSCF unit. The hostname is
specified in up to 64 characters, not in Fully Qualified Domain
Name (FQDN) but in an abbreviated form. If a host name
exceeding 64 characters is specified, an error occurs.
Alphanumeric character and hyphens (-) can be used. However,
a host name must always begin with an alphabetic character and
end with an alphanumeric character.
xscfu
Specifies the name of the XSCF unit to be set. The following
values can be specified, depending on the system configuration.
If no value is specified, an error occurs.
xscf#0
XSCF unit 0
xscf#1
XSCF unit 1 (when a duplicated
configuration is used)
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
■
To reflect the host name and the DNS domain name to XSCF, execute the
applynetwork(8) command. After reflected the information, use the
rebootxscf(8) command to reset XSCF to complete the setting.
■
To enable the set host name and DNS domain name, execute the
applynetwork(8) command and reset the XSCF.
■
The currently set host name and DNS domain name of the XSCF unit can be
checked by using the shownetwork(8) command.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets the host name scf0-hostname for XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> sethostname xscf#0 scf0-hostname
EXAMPLE 2
Sets the DNS domain name example.com for XSCF unit.
XSCF> sethostname -d example.com
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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sethttps(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
sethttps - start or stop the HTTPS service, which is used in the XSCF network. This
command also performs authentication-related settings
sethttps [ [-q] -{y|n}] -c enable
sethttps -c disable
sethttps -c gencsr country state | province locality organization organizationalunit
common e-mail
sethttps [ [-q] -{y|n}] -c genserverkey
sethttps -c importca
sethttps [ [-q] -{y|n}] -c selfsign country state | province locality organization
organizationalunit common e-mail
sethttps -h
DESCRIPTION
The sethttps(8) command starts or stops the HTTPS service, which is used in the
XSCF network. Also, this command performs authentication-related settings for
authentication used in the HTTPS service.
The following authentication-related items can be set:
■
Configuring the self-certification authority
■
Creating a self-signed web server certificate
■
Creating the private key of the web server
■
Creating a web server certificate signing request (CSR) to an external certification
authority
■
Importing a web server certificate signed by an external certification authority
XSCF does not support HTTP service. Only HTTPS service is supported.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c {enable|disable} Specify whether to enable the HTTPS service. One of the
following values can be specified. If none of them is
specified, an error occurs.
OPERANDS
enable
Starts the HTTPS service.
disable
Stops the HTTPS service.
-c gencsr
Creates a CSR.
-c genserverkey
Creates the private key of the web server.
-c importca
Imports a web server certificate signed by the certification
authority to the XSCF.
-c selfsign
Configures the self-certification authority. Also, this
operand creates a self-signing web server certificate.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options
or operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
The following operands are supported:
common
Specifies common names such as the creator name and the host
name of a server.
country
Specifies a country name with a two-letter code such as JP or US.
e-mail
Specifies an E-mail address.
locality
Specifies a city name, etc.
organization
Specifies a company name, etc.
organizationalunit Specifies an organization such as a section or department.
state|province
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Specifies the name of a state, province, etc.
■
When the HTTPS server is enabled or there is a private certificate authority, web
server certificate, or web server secret key, a prompt to confirm execution of the
command with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the
command or "n" to cancel the command.
■
The CSR is overwritten.
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■
In case the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, the setting automatically
reflected to the standby XSCF. When there's a defect on the standby XSCF, it
leads to an error.
■
When using an external certification authority, it leads to an error in the
following cases.
■
When the "-c gencsr" option or the "-c enable" option is executed, without
executing the "-c genserverkey" option.
Create the private key of the web server using the "-c genserverkey"
option.
■
When the "-c enable" option is executed, without executing the "-c
importca" option.
Import a web server certificate using the "-c importca" option.
■
When the web server certificate which imported by executing the "-c
importca" option doesn't correspond to the private key of the web server
which has been created by executing the "-c genserverkey" option.
Confirm the validity of the web server certificate.
EXAMPLES
■
The information which has been set will be reflected by using the
rebootxscf(8) command to reset XSCF.
■
The details of the current HTTPS service can be checked by using the
showhttps(8) command.
EXAMPLE 1
Starts the HTTPS service.
XSCF> sethttps -c enable
Continue? [y|n] :y
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the https settings.
EXAMPLE 2
Stops the HTTPS service.
XSCF> sethttps disable
EXAMPLE 3
Creates a CSR with the following settings: country: JP, state|province: Kanagawa, locality: Kawasaki, organization: Example, organizationalunit: development, common: scf-host, e-mail: abc@example.com
XSCF> sethttps -c gencsr JP Kanagawa Kawasaki Example development
\ scf-host abc@example.com
EXAMPLE 4
Creates the self-certification authority with the following settings, and creates a self-signed web server certificate:country: JP, state|province: Kanagawa, locality: Kawasaki, organization: Example, organizationalunit:
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development, common: scf-host, e-mail: abc@example.com
XSCF> sethttps -c selfsign JP Kanagawa Kawasaki Example
development scf-host abc@example.com
CA key and CA cert already exist. Do you still wish to update? [y|n] :y
Enter passphrase:
Verifying - Enter passphrase:
EXAMPLE 5
Creates the private key of the web server.
XSCF> sethttps -c genserverkey
Server key already exists. Do you still wish to update? [y|n] :y
Enter passphrase:
Verifying - Enter passphrase:
EXAMPLE 6
Creates the private key of the web server. Automatically replies with 'y' to
the prompt.
XSCF> sethttps -c genserverkey
Server key already exists. Do you still wish to update? [y|n] :y
Enter passphrase:
Verifying - Enter passphrase:
EXAMPLE 7
Creates the private key of the web server. Automatically replies with 'y'
without displaying the prompt.
XSCF> sethttps -c genserverkey -q -y
Enter passphrase:
Verifying - Enter passphrase:
EXAMPLE 8
Imports the web server certificate. To exit, press the Enter key and then
press Ctrl+D.
XSCF> sethttps -c importca
Please import a certificate:
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----MIIDdTCCAt6gAwIBAgIBATANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQQFADCBgTELMAkGA1UEBhMCamox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-----END CERTIFICATE-----
[Enter]
[Ctrl+D]
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EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showhttps(8)
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setldap(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setldap - configure the Service Processor as a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
(LDAP) client
setldap {-b bind} {-B baseDN} {-c certchain} {-p } {-s servers} {-t user} -T
timeout
setldap -h
DESCRIPTION
setldap(8) allows you to configure the Service Processor as an LDAP client.
Note – The LDAP client supports passwords only in the CRYPT format; UNIX
Crypt or MD5. Therefore the passwords on the LDAP server must support it as
well. Refer to the administration guide for your server for more information.
Privileges
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-B baseDN
Specifies distinguished name for the search base. Maximum
character length is 128 characters.
-b bind
Sets the identity to use when binding to the LDAP server.
Maximum character length is 128 characters
-c certchain
Imports an LDAP server certificate chain from the remote file
specified in certchain. The certificate chain must be in PEM
format. Remote files are specified using the standard scp
syntax, that is, [user@]host:file., and imported using scp.
If the copy requires a user password you will be prompted for
it. Use of this option implicitly enables the use of TLS when
connecting to LDAP. This may be disabled by specifying
certchain as none. The certificate chain must be 64 Kbytes in
size or less, and it must be valid or it will be rejected.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-p
Sets a password to use when binding to the LDAP server. You
will be prompted for the password.
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EXAMPLES
-s servers
Sets the primary and secondary LDAP servers and ports.
servers is a comma-separated list of server:port. Ports are
specified numerically and servers can be specified either by
name or IP address in the dotted decimal format. For example,
10.8.31.14.636,company:636. The first server in the list is
the primary. Server names must be resolvable. Maximum name
length is 128 characters.
-t user
Tests connections to all configured LDAP servers. Attempts to
retrieve the password data for the specified user from each
configured server and reports success or failure in each case.
-T timeout
Sets the maximum time allowed for an LDAP search before it
returns search results.
EXAMPLE 1
Configuring Bind Name
XSCF> setldap -b user -p
Password: <Enter password>
XSCF> showldap
Bind Name:
user
Base Distinguished Name: Not set
LDAP Search Timeout:
0
Bind Password:
Set
LDAP Servers:
None
CERTS:
None
EXAMPLE 2
Configuring Base Distinguished Name
XSCF> setldap -B ou=people,dc=company,dc=com
XSCF> showldap
Bind Name:
user
Base Distinguished Name: ou=people,dc=company,dc=com
LDAP Search Timeout:
0
Bind Password:
Set
LDAP Servers:
None
CERTS:
None
EXAMPLE 3
Setting the LDAP Timeout
XSCF> setldap -T 60
XSCF> showldap
Bind Name:
Base Distinguished Name:
LDAP Search Timeout:
Bind Password:
LDAP Servers:
CERTS:
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user
ou=people,dc=company,dc=com
60
Set
None
None
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EXAMPLE 4
Setting the LDAP Server
XSCF> setldap -s ldap://company.com,ldaps://company2.com
XSCF> showldap
Bind Name:
user
Base Distinguished Name: ou=people,dc=company,dc=com
LDAP Search Timeout:
60
Bind Password:
Set
LDAP Servers:
ldap://company.com:389 ldaps://company2.com:636
CERTS:
None
EXAMPLE 5
Importing a Certificate
XSCF> setldap -c user@remote.machine:/path/to/cacert.pem
XSCF> showldap
Bind Name:
user
Base Distinguished Name: ou=people,dc=company,dc=com
LDAP Search Timeout:
60
Bind Password:
Set
LDAP Servers:
ldap://company.com:389 ldaps://company2.com:636
CERTS:
cacert.pem
EXAMPLE 6
Testing the LDAP connection
XSCF> setldap -t jsmith
company.com:389 PASSED
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showldap(8)
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setlocale(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setlocale - set the default locale of the XSCF
setlocale -s locale
setlocale -h
DESCRIPTION
The setlocale(8) command sets the default locale of the XSCF.
The locale that can be set is English or Japanese.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
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DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-s locale
Specifies the default locale of the XSCF. Either of the following
can be specified for locale:
C
Sets the locale for English.
ja_JP.UTF-8
Sets the locale for Japanese.
■
The specified locale becomes effective after the subsequent login.
■
The currently set locale can be checked by using the showlocale(8) command.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets the XSCF default locale for English.
XSCF> setlocale -s C
C
EXAMPLE 2
Sets the XSCF default locale for Japanese.
XSCF> setlocale -s ja_JP.UTF-8
ja_JP.UTF-8
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showlocale(8)
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setlocator(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setlocator - control the blinking of the CHECK LED on the operator panel
setlocator value
setlocator -h
DESCRIPTION
setlocator(8) command controls the blink state of the CHECK LED on the
operator panel.
The following states can be set:
Privileges
Start blinking
Makes the CHECK LED blink.
Stop blinking
Stops the blinking of the CHECK LED.
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
OPERANDS
The following operand is supported:
value
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
Specifies the CHECK LED state. One of the following can be
specified:
blink
Starts the CHECK LED blinking.
reset
Stops the CHECK LED blinking.
The showlocator(8) command can be used to check the CHECK LED state.
EXAMPLE 1
Starts the CHECK LED blinking.
XSCF> setled blink
EXAMPLE 2
Stops the CHECK LED blinking.
XSCF> setled reset
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SEE ALSO
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showlocator(8)
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setlookup(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setlookup - enable or disable the use of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
(LDAP) server for authentication and privilege lookup
setlookup -a
{local|ldap}
setlookup -p
{local|ldap}
setlookup -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
setlookup(8) sets whether authentication and privileges data are looked up in
LDAP or not.
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a
Sets the authentication lookup. Used with one of the
required operands ldap or local.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
Sets privileges lookup. Used with one of the required
operands ldap or local.
-p
OPERANDS
EXAMPLES
The following operands are supported:
ldap
Used with the -a and -p options. When set to ldap,
authentication or privileges are first looked up locally and then
in LDAP if not found locally.
local
Used with the -a and -p options. When set to local,
authentication or privileges are looked up only locally.
EXAMPLE 1
Enabling LDAP Lookup of Privilege Data
XSCF> setlookup -p ldap
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showlookup(8)
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setnameserver(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setnameserver - set the domain name system (DNS) servers used in the XSCF
network
setnameserver [-c add] address ...
setnameserver -c del address ...
setnameserver -c del -a
setnameserver -h
DESCRIPTION
setnameserver(8) command specifies the DNS servers used in the XSCF network.
Up to three DNS servers can be registered for XSCF. Any attempt to register four or
more DNS servers causes an error.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
OPERANDS
The following options are supported:
-a
Deletes all the DNS servers that are currently registered. This
option is used with the "-c del".
-c add
Adds the host with the specified IP address as a DNS server.
This option is used together with address. If the -c option is
omitted, "-c add" is assumed specified. When a DNS server is
registered, the existing setting is deleted, and overwriting is
performed with the specified address.
-c del
Deletes the host with the specified IP address from the DNS
servers that are set. If the -c option is omitted, "-c add" is
assumed specified.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
The following operand is supported:
address
Specifies the IP address of a DNS server to be added or deleted
using four sets of integers. Up to three addresses delimited by
the space can be specified. The following address form is
accepted:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
xxx
An integer from 0–255. Zero suppression can
be used to specify the integer.
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
■
If multiple DNS servers are specified, names are solved in the order specified.
■
To reflect the DNS server name to XSCF, execute the applynetwork(8) command.
After reflected the information, use the rebootxscf(8) command to reset XSCF
to complete the setting.
■
The currently set DNS server can be checked by using the shownameserver(8)
command.
EXAMPLE 1
Adds the hosts with the IP addresses 192.168.1.2, 10.18.108.10, and 10.24.1.2
as DNS server. Names are solved in the order specified.
XSCF> setnameserver 192.168.1.2 10.18.108.10 10.24.1.2
EXAMPLE 2
Deletes the host with the IP address 10.18.108.10 from the DNS server.
XSCF> setnameserver -c del 10.18.108.10
EXAMPLE 3
Deletes all the DNS servers.
XSCF> setnameserver -c del -a
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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setnetwork(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setnetwork - configure a network interface using by XSCF
setnetwork [-m addr] interface address
setnetwork -c {up | down} interface
setnetwork -h
DESCRIPTION
setnetwork(8) command configures a network interface using by XSCF.
The following settings can be made for the specified network interface:
■
Whether to enable or disable the network interface.
■
IP address
■
Net mask
An IP address and net mask become valid immediately after being set.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c {up|down}
Specifies whether to enable the specified network interface. One
of the following values can be specified. If none of them is
specified, an error occurs.
up
Enables the network interface.
down
Disables the network interface.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-m addr
Specifies a net mask. If the -m option is omitted, the net mask
corresponding to address is set. The following addr form is
accepted:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
xxx
An integer from 0–255. Zero suppression can
be used to specify the integer.
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address
Specifies an IP address. The specified value is a set of four
integer values delimited by the period (.). The following address
form is accepted:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
xxx
interface
An integer from 0–255. Zero suppression
can be used to specify the integer.
Specifies the network interface to be configured. One of the
following values can be specified:
■
For midrange server:
For XSCF unit 0 :
xscf#0-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#0-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
xscf#0-if
Interface between XSCF units (Inter SCF
Network; ISN)
For abbreviation:
lan#0
an abbreviattion of XSCF-LAN#0
lan#1
an abbreviattion of XSCF-LAN#1
■
For high-end server:
For XSCF unit 0 :
xscf#0-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#0-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
xscf#0-if
Interface between XSCF units (Inter SCF
Network; ISN)
For XSCF unit 1 (when a duplicated configuration is used):
xscf#1-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#1-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
xscf#1-if
ISN
For takeover IP address:
lan#0
takeover IP address for XSCF-LAN#0
lan#1
takeover IP address for XSCF-LAN#1
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
■
When the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration in the high-end server, a
takeover IP address can be used without a need to determine whether XSCF has
been switched. By setting the LAN ports of the active XSCF unit as lan#0 and
lan#1, they can be accessed with the names lan#0 and lan#1. As default
values, lan#0 is set to xscf#0-lan#0 and lan#1 is set to xscf#0-lan#1.
■
In the midrange server, the value of the lan#0 is fixed with xscf#0-lan#0, and
the lan#1 is fixed with xscf#0-lan#1.
■
If you disable the network interface before executing the applynetwork(8)
command to save it to XSCF, all the configured network interfaces will be
cleared.
■
For XSCF-LAN#0 and XSCF-LAN#1, do not set the same subnet.
■
In the following cases, the setnetwork(8) command results in an error:
■
■
When specified the same IP address as DSCP
■
When specified a subnet which overlaps with DSCP
■
When specified a subnet which overlaps between XSCF#0-if or xscf#1-if and
the other interface
■
When specified the -c {up|down} option and ISN together
In case you specified the IP address and the netmask to the interfaces other than
ISN and when the ISN is not configured, the following default value will be set:
■
xscf#0-if:
IP address: 192.168.1.1Å@Netmask: 255.255.255.0
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xscf#1-if:
IP address: 192.168.1.2Å@Netmask: 255.255.255.0
EXAMPLES
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The shownetwork(8) command can display current information on a network
interface configured for XSCF.
■
To reflect information on the specified network interface, execute the
applynetwork(8) command and reset XSCF.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets the IP address 192.168.10.10 and net mask 255.255.255.0 for XSCFLAN#0 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> setnetwork xscf#0-lan#0 -m 255.255.255.0 192.168.10.10
EXAMPLE 2
Sets the IP address 192.168.10.10 and net mask 255.255.255.0 for XSCFLAN#0 on XSCF unit 0 in the midrange system.
XSCF> setnetwork lan#0 -m 255.255.255.0 192.168.10.10
EXAMPLE 3
Disables XSCF-LAN#1 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> setnetwork xscf#0-lan#1 -c down
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EXAMPLE 4
Sets the IP address 192.168.10.128 on ISN on the XSCF unit 0. By default,
255.255.255.0 is set for the net mask.
XSCF> setnetwork xscf#0-if 192.168.10.128
EXAMPLE 5
Sets the IP address 192.168.11.10 and net mask 255.255.255.0 for XSCFLAN#0 on XSCF unit 1.
XSCF> setnetwork xscf#1-lan#0 -m 255.255.255.0 192.168.11.10
EXAMPLE 6
Sets the IP address 192.168.1.10 and net mask 255.255.255.0 for the takeover
IP address of XSCF-LAN#0.
XSCF> setnetwork lan#0 -m 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.10
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
applynetwork(8), shownetwork(8)
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setntp(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setntp - set the NTP servers used in the XSCF network
setntp [-c add] address ...
setntp -c del address ...
setntp -c del -a
setntp -h
DESCRIPTION
setntp(8) command specifies the NTP servers used in the XSCF network.
Up to three NTP servers can be registered for XSCF. Any attempt to register four or
more servers causes an error.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a
Deletes all the NTP servers that are currently registered. This
option is used with the "-c del".
-c add
Adds the host with the specified address or the host as an NTP
server. This option is used together with address. If the -c option
is omitted, "-c add" is used. When an NTP server is registered,
the existing setting is deleted and overwriting is performed with
the specified address.
-c del
Deletes the host with the specified address or the XSCF host
from the NTP servers. If the -c option is omitted, "-c add" is
assumed specified.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
address
Specifies the IP address or host name of an NTP server to be
added or deleted. Up to three IP addresses or XSCF host names
can be specified by delimited the spaces.
A specified IP address is a set of four integer values delimited by
the period(.). The following address form is accepted:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
xxx
An integer from 0–255. Zero suppression can
be used to specify the integer.
Do not use the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) format to
specify an XSCF host name, but specify only a host name. The
host name can be specified in the format that complies with RFC
1034.
If "-c add" is specified and address is omitted, an error occurs.
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
■
If multiple NTP servers are specified, the NTP server specified first has priority
over the others.
■
In case the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, the setting automatically
reflected to the standby XSCF. When there's a defect on the standby XSCF, it
leads to an error.
■
When you perform this command with "-c add" and "-c del" option, to apply
the specified configuration, execute the rebootxscf(8) command and reset
XSCF.
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After resetting the XSCF, the time of XSCF will be synchronized with the time of
NTP server.
■
When an NTP server set to XSCF, the time of the domain may be changed. If
necessary, set the time of the domain.
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The currently set NTP server can be checked by using the showntp(8) command.
EXAMPLE 1
Adds the three NTP servers with the addresses 192.168.1.2, 10.18.108.10,
and 10.24.1.2.
XSCF> setntp 192.168.1.2 10.18.108.10 10.24.1.2
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the ntp settings.
EXAMPLE 2
Deletes the NTP server 10.18.108.10.
XSCF> setntp -c del 10.18.108.10
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the ntp settings.
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EXAMPLE 3
Adds the two NTP servers ntp1.examples.com and ntp2.example.com.
XSCF> setntp ntp1.example.com ntp2.example.com
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the ntp settings.
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
rebootxscf(8), showntp(8)
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setpasswordpolicy(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setpasswordpolicy - manage the system password policy
setpasswordpolicy [-d dcredit] [ -e expiry] [-i inactive] [-k difok] [-l lcredit] [
-M maxdays] [-m minlen] [-n mindays] [-o ocredit] [-r remember] [-u ucredit] [-w
warn] [-y retry]
setpasswordpolicy -h
DESCRIPTION
setpasswordpolicy(8) allows an administrator to change the the system
password policy. These policies are enforced by XSCF on the Service Processor.
The following parameters control creation of new user accounts: expiry, inactive,
maxdays, mindays, and warn. When a user is created, the adduser(8) command uses
these parameters as the password expiration settings for the new account. The
password(8) command can be used to change the password expiration settings for
an existing account.
Privileges
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d dcredit
Sets maximum number of digits in a password. Each digit counts
as one credit. The minimum acceptable password length is
decreased by one for each digit in the password, up to dcredit
digits. Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater. The
initial setting is 1.
-e expiry
Sets the number of days a new account will be valid before
expiring and becoming disabled. This value is assigned to new
user accounts when they are created. The initial value is 0. A zero
means that the account will not expire. Valid values are integers
with value of zero or greater.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-i inactive
Sets the number of days after a password expires until the account
is locked. This value is assigned to new user accounts when they
are created. The initial value is –1. A value of –1 means that the
account will not be locked after the password expires. VValid
values are integers with value of –1 or greater.
-k difok
Sets the minimum number of new characters (characters which
were not present in the old password) that a new password must
contain. The initial setting is 10.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
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-l lcredit
Sets the maximum credit for lower case letters in a password. The
minimum acceptable password length is decreased by one for
each digit in the password, up to lcredit digits.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater. The initial
setting is 1.
-M maxdays
Sets the maximum number of days that a password is valid. This
value is assigned to new user accounts when they are created.The
intial value is 999999.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
-m minlen
Sets the minimum size for a new password.
Note – minlen cannot be set less than 6.
Valid values are integers with value of 6 or greater.
-n mindays
Sets the minimum number of days between password changes. An
initial value of zero for this field indicates that you can change the
password at any time.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
-o ocredit
Sets the maximum credit for nonalphanumeric characters in a
password. The minimum acceptable password length is decreased
by one for each digit in the password, up to ocredit digits.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater. The initial
setting is 1.
-r remember
Sets the number of passwords remembered in the password
history.
The maximum valid value is 10. The initial setting is 3.
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-l lcredit
Sets the maximum credit for lower case letters in a password. The
minimum acceptable password length is decreased by one for
each digit in the password, up to lcredit digits.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater. The initial
setting is 1.
-M maxdays
Sets the maximum number of days that a password is valid. This
value is assigned to new user accounts when they are created.The
intial value is 999999.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
-m minlen
Sets the minimum size for a new password.
Note – minlen cannot be set less than 6.
Valid values are integers with value of 6 or greater.
-n mindays
Sets the minimum number of days between password changes. An
initial value of zero for this field indicates that you can change the
password at any time.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
-o ocredit
Sets the maximum credit for nonalphanumeric characters in a
password. The minimum acceptable password length is decreased
by one for each digit in the password, up to ocredit digits.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater. The initial
setting is 1.
-r remember
Sets the number of passwords remembered in the password
history.
The maximum valid value is 10. The initial setting is 3.
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-u ucredit
Sets the maximum credit for uppercase letters in a password. The
minimum acceptable password length is decreased by one for
each digit in the password, up to ucredit digits.
The initial setting is 1.
-w warn
Sets the default number of days before password expiration at
which to start warning the user. This value is assigned to new user
accounts when they are created. The initial value is 7.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
-y retry
Sets the number of retries permitted when using the password
command to change the password for a user account. The initial
value is 3.
Valid values are integers with value of zero or greater.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Setting the Minimum Size and Number of Passwords Remembered
XSCF> setpasswordpolicy -m 12 -r 5
EXAMPLE 2
Setting Minimum Password Length and Maximum Credits
XSCF> setpasswordpolicy -m 10 -d 1 -u 0 -l 0 -o 1
After running this command, the minimum password length for new passwords is
10 characters. A password of 9 characters is accepted if it contains at least one digit
or nonalphanumeric character. A password of 8 characters is accepted if it contains
a digit and a nonalphanumeric character.
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurrred.
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setpowerupdelay(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setpowerupdelay - set the warm-up time of the system and wait time before system
startup
setpowerupdelay -c warmup -s time
setpowerupdelay -c wait -s time
setpowerupdelay -h
DESCRIPTION
The setpowerupdelay(8) command sets the warm-up time of the system and wait
time before system startup.
The wait time before system startup can be used to control the system startup time
so that the system is started only after air-conditioning makes the temperature of
the computer room suitable. If the system power has already been turned on and
the system is operating, the setting takes effect at the next startup.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:
-c warmup
Specifies the warm-up time.
-c wait
Specifies the wait time before system startup.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-s time
Specifies the warm-up time or wait time before system startup in
minutes. An integer ranging from 0 to 255 can be specified for
time.
The currently set warm-up time and wait time before system startup can be
checked by using the showpowerupdelay(8) command.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets the warm-up time to 10 minutes.
XSCF> setpowerupdelay -c warmup -s 10
EXAMPLE 2
Sets the wait time before system startup to 20 minutes.
XSCF> setpowerupdelay -c wait -s 20
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EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showpowerupdelay(8)
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setprivileges(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setprivileges - assign user privileges
setprivileges user [ privileges] [ domainprivilege@ domains]
setprivileges -h
DESCRIPTION
setprivileges(8) assigns privileges to an XSCF user. setprivileges modifies
only local privileges data. Multiple privileges are separated by one or more spaces.
There is a maximum of 100 users to whom privileges can be assigned. A list of
privileges can be found in the OPERANDS section.
The privileges domainop, domainmgr, and domainadm must be assigned to a
specific domain. Other privileges do not have this ability. Refer to the OPERANDS
section and EXAMPLE 1 for details.
If no privileges are specified, setprivileges deletes any local privilege data for
the specified user. Subsequently, the user’s privilege data is looked up in
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), if LDAP privilege lookup is
enabled.
If the none privilege is specified, the specified user does not have any privileges,
regardless of privilege data in LDAP.
Privileges
OPTIONS
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
The following option is supported:
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
domainprivilege@domains
Specifies domainadm, domainmgr, or domainop privileges for a specific
domain or domains.
The following are valid values for domainprivilege, each of which must be
used with @domains:
domainadm
Can perform all operations and view status on the
hardware assigned to the domains on which this
privilege is held (assign, unassign, power, and so on).
Can perform all operations on domains on which this
privilege is held. Can view all states of domains on
which this privilege is held.
domainmgr
Can reboot and power on and off all domains on which
this privilege is held. Can view all states of all
hardware assigned to the domains on which this
privilege is held. Can view all states of domains on
which this privilege is held.
domainop
Can view all states of all the hardware assigned to the
domains on which this privilege is held. Can view all
states of all domains on which this privilege is held.
domains
Specifies a domain or domains, using the appropriate
value for domainprivilege with the @ symbol and the
domains descriptor:
To specify a single domain, use the @ symbol followed
by a single domain number. Example: domainadm@3.
To specify a range of domains, use a dash
(–) to indicate to start and end of the domains in the
range, inclusive. Example: domainadm@3–4.
To specify multiple single domains and multiple
domain ranges, separate the domains or domain ranges
with commas. Do not repeat domains or cause them to
overlap or an error will result. Example:
domainadm@1–2,4.
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The following are valid values for privileges:
auditadm
Can configure auditing. Can delete audit trail.
auditop
Can view all audit state and audit trail.
fieldeng
Can perform all operations reserved for field engineers
and authorized service personnel.
none
Cannot perform any operations on the Service
Processor that require privilege, even if privileges are
set for the user in LDAP. This privilege allows the
administrator to restrict access to such operations on
the Service Processor and domains.
platadm
platop
useradm
Can perform all Service Processor configuration other
than the useradm and auditadm tasks. Can assign and
unassign hardware from domains, perform domain and
XSCF power operations and all operations on domain
hardware (assign, unassign, power, and so on). Can
perform Service Processor failover operations and view
all platform states.
Can view all platform states but not perform any
modifications.
Can create, delete, disable, or enable user accounts. Can
change a user’s password and password properties (for
example, expiry). Can modify a user’s privileges.
user
Specifies a valid user name.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Setting Privileges for JSmith
XSCF> setprivileges jsmith platadm domainadm@1–4,6,9
EXAMPLE 2
Removing All Privileges for JSmith
XSCF> setprivileges jsmith none
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setpasswordpolicy(8), showuser(8)
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setroute(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setroute - set routing information for an XSCF network interface
setroute -c {add | del} -n address [-m address] [-g address] interface
setroute -h
DESCRIPTION
setroute(8) command sets routing information for an XSCF network interface.
Up to eight routing information items can be registered for each network interface.
Any attempt to register more than eight items causes an error.
Privileges
You must have platadm privilege to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c {add|del}
-g address
Specifies a function for routing information. One of the
following values can be specified. If none of them is specified, an
error occurs.
add
Adds routing information.
del
Deletes routing information.
Specifies a gateway address used for routing. The specified
value of address is a set of four integer values delimited by the
period (.). If this option is omitted, the gateway address is not
set.The following address form is accepted:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
xxx
An integer from 0–255. Zero suppression
can be used to specify the integer.
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-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-m address
Specifies the netmask to which routing information is
forwarded. The specified value is a set of four integer values
delimited by the period (.). The following address form is
accepted:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
xxx
An integer from 0–255. Zero suppression
can be used to specify the integer.
If the -m option is omitted and the -n option is used to specify
the network address (containing "0" in the default host address
which depends on the class), the following net mask value is set,
according to the class of the network address:
class
A
B
C
Mask value
255.0.0.0
255.255.0.0
255.255.255.0
If the -m option is omitted and the host address specified by the
-n option, net mask is not set.
If "0.0.0.0" specified by the -n option, net mask is invalid.
If specified with the "-c del" option, this option can't be
omitted.
-n address
Specifies an IP address to which routing information is
forwarded. The specified value is a set of four integer values
delimited by the period (.). It is specified in the format shown
below. If this option is omitted, it is automatically set by XSCF.
The following address form is accepted:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
xxx
An integer from 0–255. Zero suppression
can be used to specify the integer.
If "0.0.0.0" is specified for address, the default routing
information can be set.
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OPERANDS
The following operand is supported:
interface
Specifies the network interface to be set with routing
information. One of the following values can be specified:
■
For midrange server:
For XSCF unit 0:
xscf#0-lan#0
xscf#0-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#0
XSCF-LAN#1
For abbreviation:
lan#0
lan#1
XSCF-LAN#0
XSCF-LAN#1
■
For high-end server:
For XSCF unit 0:
xscf#0-lan#0
xscf#0-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#0
XSCF-LAN#1
For XSCF unit 1 (when a duplicated configuration is used):
xscf#1-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#1-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
■
If the specified address is the same as the DSCP address, an error occurs.
■
For XSCF-LAN#0 and XSCF-LAN#1, do not set the routing to the same network
or the same host.
■
To reflect the routing information to XSCF, execute the applynetwork(8)
command. After reflected the information, use the rebootxscf(8) command to
reset XSCF to complete the setting.
■
The showroute(8) command can display the current routing information that is
set for the XSCF network.
EXAMPLE 1
Adds the routing of destination 192.168.1.0 and net mask 255.255.255.0 for
XSCF-LAN#0 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> setroute -c add -n 192.168.1.0 -m 255.255.255.0 xscf#0-lan#0
EXAMPLE 2
Adds the routing of destination 192.168.1.0 and gateway 192.168.1.1 for
XSCF-LAN#1 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> setroute -c add -n 192.168.1.0 -g 192.168.1.1 xscf#0-lan#1
EXAMPLE 3
Adds the routing of destination 192.168.1.0 and default net mask
(255.255.255.0) for XSCF-LAN#1 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> setroute -c add -n 192.168.1.0 xscf#0-lan#1
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EXAMPLE 4
Deletes the routing of destination 192.168.1.0 and default net mask
(255.255.255.0) from XSCF-LAN#1 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> setroute -c del -n 192.168.1.0 -m 255.255.255.0 xscf#0-lan#1
EXAMPLE 5
Adds the routing of destination 192.168.1. 4 for XSCF-LAN#1 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> setroute -c add -n 192.168.1.4 xscf#0-lan#1
EXAMPLE 6
Deletes the routing of destination 192.168.1. 4 from XSCF-LAN#1 on XSCF
unit 0.
XSCF> setroute -c del -n 192.168.1.4 xscf#0-lan#1
EXAMPLE 7
Adds routing information for the default gateway 192.168.10.1 for XSCFLAN#1 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> setroute -c add -n 0.0.0.0 -g 192.168.10.1 xscf#0-lan#1
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
applynetwork(8), rebootxscf(8), showroute(8)
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setshutdowndelay(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setshutdowndelay - set the shutdown wait time at power interruption of the
uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
setshutdowndelay -s time
setshutdowndelay -h
DESCRIPTION
The setshutdowndelay(8) command sets the wait time before the start of system
shutdown for when power interruption occurs in a system connected to the UPS.
The start of system shutdown can be delayed until the specified time. When power
recovery is reported from the UPS within the specified time, shutdown will not
occur.
If the setshutdowndelay(8) command is executed with no options, the wait time
currently set is displayed.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-s time
Specifies the wait time before the start of shutdown in units of
seconds. Specify an integer number ranging from 0 to 9999 for
time. The default value is 10 seconds.
The currently set wait time can be displayed by using the showshutdowndelay(8)
command.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets 600 seconds as the wait time before the start of shutdown.
XSCF> setshutdowndelay -s 600
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showshutdowndelay(8)
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setsmtp(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setsmtp - set up the SMTP settings
setsmtp [-v]
setsmtp [-s variable= value]...
setsmtp -h
DESCRIPTION
setsmtp(8) sets up the SMTP configuration values.
When used without options, you will be prompted to provide the name of the
SMTP email server to be used. You will also be prompted for the port and the
Reply-To address to be used on outgoing email. Make sure that a valid email
address is specified here. You can set up SMTP settings noninteractively using the
-s option.
After you have set up the email server and port have been set up using
setsmtp(8), you can use setemailreport(8) to set up email report configuration
data and send a test email message.
Privileges
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
-s variable=value
Sets SMTP.
Valid entries for variable are:
mailserver
port
auth
user
password
replyaddress
Where:
auth is the authentication mechanism.
user/password are the smtp mail server authentication.
Valid auth entries are:
none
pop
smtp-auth
Specifies verbose output.
-v
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Setting Up Mailserver and No Authentication in Noninteractive Mode
XSCF> setsmtp -s mailserver=10.4.1.1 -s auth=none
EXAMPLE 2
Setting Up Authentication in Noninteractive Mode
XSCF> setsmtp -s auth=pop -s user=jsmith -s password=******
EXAMPLE 3
Setting Up SMTP Authentication in Interactive Mode
XSCF> setsmtp
Mail Server [10.4.1.1]:
Port [25]:
Authentication Mechanism [none]: smtp-auth
User Name []: jsmith
Password []: ******
Reply Address [useradm@company.com]:
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EXAMPLE 4
Setting Up Mailserver With Invalid Authentication Mechanism
XSCF> setsmtp
Mail Server [10.4.1.1]:
Port [25]:
Authentication Mechanism [none]: ?
Invalid value ’?’. Valid authentication mechanism are: none pop smtp-auth
Authentication Mechanism [none]:
Reply Address [useradm@company.com]:
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setemailreport(8), showsmtp(8)
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setsnmp(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setsnmp - manage the SNMP agent
setsnmp enable [ mib_name]
setsnmp disable [ mib_name]
setsnmp addtraphost -t type -s community-string [-p trap-port] traphost
setsnmp remtraphost -t type traphost
setsnmp addv3traphost -u username -r authentication-protocol {-n engine_id|-i} [
-a authentication-password] [ -e encryption-password] [-p trap-port ] traphost
setsnmp remv3traphost -u username traphost
setsnmp enablev1v2c read-only-community-string
setsnmp disablev1v2c
setsnmp [-l system-location] [-c system-contact] [-d system-description] [-p agentport]
setsnmp -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
setsnmp(8) enables or disables the SNMP Agent, as well as configures the SNMP
agent settings.
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c system-contact
Specifies the system contact information for the agent.
-d system-description
Specifies the system description for the agent.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
-l system-location
Specifies the system location for the agent.
-p agent-port
Specifies the listening port for the agent. The default is
161.
-s community-string
Acts like a password to control access to the SNMP v1
and v2 agents. It is a clear text string which can be
intercepted. For password encryption and no visibility,
use addv3traphost instead.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
addtraphost
Enables the SNMP agent to send the chosen type of trap to the
desired host. If no trap-port is provided, the default is 162. A
community string is mandatory.
addtraphost takes the following options and operand:
-p trap-port
ID of the trap port. Default value
is 162.
-s community-string
Acts like a password to control
access to the SNMP v1 and v2
agents. It is a clear text string
which can be intercepted. For
password encryption and no
visibility, use addv3traphost
instead.
-t type
Type of trap. Valid trap types are:
v1 = The agent will send SNMPv1 traps
v2 = The agent will send SNMPv2 traps
inform = The agent will send inform notifications
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Host name of the trap host.
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addv3traphost Enables the SNMP agent to send SNMPv3 traps or informs to
the desired host. An authentication protocol must be chosen.
Valid protocols are:
MD5 = Uses the MD5 algorithm for authentication
SHA = Uses SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm) for authentication
The encryption protocol used in all communication is DES (Data
Encryption Standard). If the password option is not used, you
will be prompted for a password. Passwords will be read but not
echoed to the screen. addv3traphost takes the following
options:
-a authentication-password
Sets the authentication password. Must be equal to or
greater than 8 characters.
-e encryption-password
Sets the encryption password.
-i
Asks for an acknowledgment from the receiving host.
-n engine_id
Sets identifier of the local agent sending the trap. It can be
the engine ID of the local SNMP agent or not but it must
match the engine ID expected by the receiving host. Must
start with “0x” and should consist of even hecidecimal
characters or you will get an error.
-p trap-port
ID of the trap port. Default value is 162.
-r
authentication-protocol
Sets the authentication protocol.
traphost
Host name of the trap host.
-u username
Specifies a valid user name.
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disable
When used alone, stops the SNMP agent.
When used with the value ALL for the optional mib_name, stops
the SNMP agent.
When used with a value other than ALL for the optional
mib_name, removes support for the targeted MIB module. If
support remains for another MIB module, the SNMP agent
remains enabled. If support for both MIB modules is removed,
the SNMP agent is disabled and, therefore, stops. You can
specify only one value at a time for mib_name.
mib_name
Name of the MIB module to be disabled.
Valid MIB modules are:
SP_MIB = OPL-SP-MIB
FM_MIB = SUN-FM-MIB
ALL = All the MIB modules in this list.
disablev1v2c Disables the SNMP agent from communicating using SNMPv1/
v2c. These versions provide insecure SNMP communication.
enable
When used alone, activates the SNMP agent with support for all
MIB modules.
When used with the value ALL for the optional mib_name,
activates the SNMP agent with support for all MIB modules.
When used with a value other than ALL for the optional
mib_name, adds support for the targeted MIB module and, if
necessary, activates the SNMP agent. You can specify only one
value at a time for mib_name.
mib_name
Name of the MIB module to be enabled.
Valid MIB modules are:
SP_MIB = OPL-SP-MIB
FM_MIB = SUN-FM-MIB
ALL = All the MIB modules in this list.
enablev1v2c
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Enables the SNMP agent to communicate using SNMPv1/v2c.
These versions provide insecure SNMP communication, which is
why the agent runs SNMPv3 by default. This agent is read-only.
The only community string asked for is read-only.
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remtraphost
Disables the SNMP agent from sending the chosen type of trap
to the desired host.
-t type
Type of trap. Valid trap types are:
v1 = The agent will send SNMPv1 traps
v2 = The agent will send SNMPv2 traps
inform = The agent will send inform notifications
traphost
Host name of the trap host.
remv3traphost Disables the SNMP agent from sending SNMPv3 traps to the
desired host.
traphost
Host name of the trap host.
-u username
Specifies a valid user name.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Setting Up System Information
XSCF> setsnmp -l sandiego -c username@company.com -d ff1
EXAMPLE 2
Setting Up and SNMPv3 Trap Host With Password Options
XSCF> setsnmp addv3traphost -u jsmith -n 0x### -r SHA -a xxxxxxxx
-e yyyyyyyy fiche
EXAMPLE 3
Setting Up and SNMPv3 Trap Host without Password Options
XSCF> setsnmp addv3traphost -u bob -i -r SHA fiche
Authentication Password:
Encryption Password:
EXAMPLE 4
Starting the Agent
XSCF> setsnmp enable SP_MIB
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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setsnmpusm(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setsnmpusm - specify the SNMPv3 agent’s User-based Security Model (USM)
configuration
setsnmpusm create -a authentication_protocol [-p authentication_password] [ -e
encyrption_password] user
setsnmpusm delete user
setsnmpusm clone -u clone_user user
setsnmpusm passwd [-c { auth|encrypt}] [ -o old_password] [ -n new_password]
user
setsnmpusm -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
setsnmpusm(8) modifies the SNMP Agent’s USM configuration.
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
clone
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Makes the supplied user known to the agent for subsequent
SNMP communication with the identical settings as the specified
clone_user.
-u clone_user
Specifies a valid user name of the user
settings to be cloned.
user
Specifies a different user name for the clone
of clone_user.
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create
Makes the supplied user known to the agent for subsequent
SNMP communication. When used without the -a or -p
options, create displays a prompt for passwords and reads
them without echoing them to the screen. The encryption
protocol used in all SNMP communication is Data Encryption
Standard (DES). An authentication protocol must be chosen for
SNMP comunication. Possible values are MD5 Alogorithm and
Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA).
user
Specifies a valid user name.
-a authentication_protocol
Specifes the authentication protocol.
-e encryption_password
Specifes the encryption password. Must be equal to or
greater than 8 characters.
-p authentication_password
Specifes the authentication password. Must be equal to or
greater than 8 characters.
delete
Removes the supplied user making the user unknown to the
agent for subsequent SNMP communication.
user
passwd
Specifies a valid user name.
Changes the appropriate password for the specified user. The
changed password is either the authentication password or the
encrypted password, or both, if -c is not used. If -c is not used
then both passwords must be the same or an error is generated.
With no options, password displays a prompt for the passwords
and reads them without echoing them to the screen.
-c auth|encrypt
Specifies whether to change the
authentication password or the
encrypted password.
-n new_password
Specifes the new password. The
password must be equal to or
greater than 8 characters.
-o old_password
Specifes the old password.
user
Specifes a valid user name.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Adding a User With Password Options
XSCF> setsnmpusm create -a SHA -p xxxxxxxx -e yyyyyyyy jsmith
EXAMPLE 2
Adding a User Without Specifying Password Options
XSCF> setsnmpusm create -a SHA bob
Authetication Password:
Encryption Password:
EXAMPLE 3
Cloning a User
XSCF> setsnmpusm clone -u sue joe
Authentication Password:
Encryption Password:
EXAMPLE 4
Deleting a User
XSCF> setsnmpusm delete joe
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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setsnmpvacm(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setsnmpvacm - modify the SNMPv3 agent’s View-based Access Control Model
(VACM) configuration
setsnmpvacm creategroup -u username groupname
setsnmpvacm deletegroup -u username groupname
setsnmpvacm createview -s OID_subtree [-e] [-m
OID_Mask] viewname
setsnmpvacm deleteview -s OID_subtree viewname
setsnmpvacm createaccess -r read_viewname groupname
setsnmpvacm deleteaccess groupname
setsnmpvacm -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
setsnmpvacm(8) modifies the SNMP Agent’s VACM configuration. Using this
command requires a basic knowledge of SNMP.
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
createaccess Sets access to a MIB view for the specified group.
creategroup
createview
-r read_viewname
Specifies an SNMP Agent view.
groupname
Specifies a valid group name.
Sets up a group for the specified user for view access.
-u username
Specifies a valid user name.
groupname
Specifies a valid group name.
Sets up a view of the SNMP Agent exported MIB information.
View access is limited to read-only for this Agent. The view is
identified through a MIB OID subtree and can be limited to
specific portions of that subtree using the OID Mask.
-e
Specifies an excluded view. The default is an
included view.
-m OID_Mask
Specifies a valid OID subtree mask. By
default, the mask is ff (entire subtree).
-s OID_subtree
Specifies a MIB OID subtree. Values start at
.1 for the entire MIB tree.
viewname
Specifies a valid view name.
deleteaccess Removes access entry.
groupname
deletegroup
deleteview
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies a valid group name.
Removes a group from use.
-u username
Specifies a valid user name.
groupname
Specifies a valid group name.
Removes this view from use.
-s OID_subtree
Specifies a MIB OID subtree. Values start at
.1 for the entire MIB tree.
viewname
Specifies a valid view name.
Create a Group
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EXAMPLE 2
Create a View of the Entire MIB
XSCF> setsnmpvacm createview -s .1 all_view
EXAMPLE 3
Create a View Where the Subtree Is Excluded
XSCF> setsnmpvacm createview -e -s .1.3.6.1.2.1.1 -m fe excl_view
EXAMPLE 4
Create Access
XSCF> setsnmpvacm createaccess -r all admin
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
showsnmpvacm(8)
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setssh(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setssh - set the SSH service used in the XSCF network. Also, generate the host
public key, and register or delete the user public key, which are necessary for the
SSH service.
setssh [ [-q] -{y|n}] -c enable
setssh -c disable
setssh -c addpubkey [-u user_name]
setssh -c delpubkey {-a | -s line } [-u user_name]
setssh [ [-q] -{y|n}] -c genhostkey
setssh -h
DESCRIPTION
setssh(8) command starts or stops the SSH service used in the XSCF network.
Also, generates the host public key, and registers or deletes the user public key,
which are necessary for the SSH service.
If a host public key already exists when a new host public key is to be generated, an
update confirmation prompt about the existing key is displayed.
The user public key can be registered on each user account. Per user account,
multiple user public keys can be registered. Per user account, the user public keys
can be registered up to 1,023 characters including the linefeed.
Only SSH2 is supported for XSCF.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
■
To start or stop the SSH service, and to generate the host public key:
platadm
■
To register or delete the user public key of other user account:
useradm
■
To register or delete the user public key of the current login user account:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a
Deletes all registered user public keys. Should be
specified with "-c delpubkey."
-c addpubkey
Registers the user public key.
-c delpubkey
Deletes the user public key.
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-c {enable|disable} Specifies whether to enable the SSH service. One of the
following values can be specified:
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Starts the SSH2 service.
disable
Stops the SSH2 service.
-c genhostkey
Generates a host public key for SSH2.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options
or operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-s line
Specifies the user public key number to delete. For line,
specify the number which displayed after the showssh
-c pubkey command executed. Should be specified with
"-c delpubkey."
-u user_name
Specifies the user account name to register or delete the
user public key. Should be specified with "-c
addpubkey" or "-c delpubkey." When the -u option
omitted, the user public key of the current login user
account becomes the target.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
The following operand is supported:
genhostkey
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
enable
Generates a host public key for SSH2.
■
When a host public key is created, a prompt to confirm execution of the
command with the specified options is displayed. Enter "y" to execute the
command or "n" to cancel the command.
■
The setssh(8) command can register one user public key at a time.
■
In time of setssh(8) command execution, finish the input of user public key by
pressing Enter and then pressing Ctrl+D (EOF).
■
In case the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, the setting automatically
reflected to the standby XSCF. When there's a defect on the standby XSCF, it
leads to an error and the setting will be reflected to the active XSCF only.
■
The information which has been set will be reflected by using the
rebootxscf(8) command to reset XSCF.
■
The current SSH service settings can be checked by using the showssh(8)
command.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Starts the SSH service.
XSCF> setssh -c enable
Continue? [y|n] :y
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the ssh settings.
EXAMPLE 2
Starts the SSH service. Automatically replies with 'y' to the prompt.
XSCF> setssh -y -c enable
Continue? [y|n] :y
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the ssh settings.
EXAMPLE 3
Starts the SSH service. Automatically replies with 'y' without displaying
the prompt.
XSCF> setssh -q -y -c enable
EXAMPLE 4
Stops the SSH service.
XSCF> setssh -c disable
EXAMPLE 5
Generates a host public key for SSH.
XSCF> setssh -c genhostkey
Host key create. Continue? [y|n] :y
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the ssh settings.
EXAMPLE 6
Generates a host public key for SSH. Automatically replies with 'y' to the
prompt.
XSCF> setssh -c genhostkey -y
Host key create. Continue? [y|n] :y
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the ssh settings.
EXAMPLE 7
Generates a host public key for SSH. Automatically replies with 'y' without
displaying the prompt.
XSCF> setssh -c genhostkey -q -y
EXAMPLE 8
Registers the user public key. Finish the input of public key by pressing
Enter and then pressing Ctrl+D.
XSCF> setssh -c addpubkey
Please input a public key:
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAzFh95SohrDgpnN7zFCJCVNy+jaZPTjNDxcid
QGbihYDCBttI4151Y0Sv85FJwDpSNHNKoVLMYLjtBmUMPbGgGVB61qskSv/
FeV44hefNCZMiXGItIIpK
P0nBK4XJpCFoFbPXNUHDw1rTD9icD5U/wRFGSRRxFI+Ub5oLRxN8+A8=abcd@example.com
[Enter]
[Ctrl+D]
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EXAMPLE 9
Registers the user public key by specifying the user name. Finish the input
of public key by pressing Enter and then pressing Ctrl+D.
XSCF> setssh -c addpubkey -u efgh
Please input a public key:
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAzFh95SohrDgpnN7zFCJCVNy+jaZPTjNDxcid
QGbihYDCBttI4151Y0Sv85FJwDpSNHNKoVLMYLjtBmUMPbGgGVB61qskSv/
FeV44hefNCZMiXGItIIpK
P0nBK4XJpCFoFbPXNUHDw1rTD9icD5U/wRFGSRRxFI+Ub5oLRxN8+A8=abcd@example.com
[Enter]
[Ctrl+D]
EXAMPLE 10
Specifies the public key number to delete the user public key.
XSCF> setssh -c delpubkey -s 1
1 ssh-rsa
AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAzFh95SohrDgpnN7zFCJCVNy+jaZPTjNDxcid
QGbihYDCBttI4151Y0Sv85FJwDpSNHNKoVLMYLjtBmUMPbGgGVB61qskSv/
FeV44hefNCZMiXGItIIpK
P0nBK4XJpCFoFbPXNUHDw1rTD9icD5U/wRFGSRRxFI+Ub5oLRxN8+A8=abcd@example.com
EXAMPLE 11
Deletes all user public keys.
XSCF> setssh -c delpubkey -a
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
rebootxscf(8), showssh(8)
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settelnet(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
settelnet - start or stop the Telnet service used in the XSCF network
settelnet -c {enable | disable}
settelnet -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
settelnet(8) command starts or stops the Telnet service used in the XSCF
network.
You must have platadm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c {enable|disable} Specify whether to start the Telnet service. One of the
following values can be specified. If none of them is
specified, an error occurs.
EXAMPLES
Starts the Telnet service.
disable
Stops the Telnet service.
Displays usage statement. When used with other options
or operands, an error occurs.
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
enable
■
In case the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, the setting automatically
reflected to the standby XSCF. When there's a defect on the standby XSCF, it
leads to an error and the setting will be reflected to the active XSCF only.
■
In case you stop the Telnet service, it will be reflected by using the
rebootxscf(8) command to reset XSCF.
■
The current Telnet service state can be checked by using the showtelnet(8)
command.
EXAMPLE 1
Starts the Telnet service.
XSCF> settelnet -c enable
EXAMPLE 2
Stops the Telnet service.
XSCF> settelnet -c disable
Please reset the XSCF by rebootxscf to apply the telnet settings.
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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settimezone(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
settimezone - set the time zone and Daylight Saving Time of XSCF
settimezone -c settz -s timezone
settimezone -c settz -a [-M]
settimezone -c adddst -b std -o offset -d dst [-p offset] -f date [ /time] -t date
[ /time]
settimezone -c deldst -b std -o offset
settimezone -h
DESCRIPTION
The settimezone(8) command sets the time zone and Daylight Saving Time of
XSCF.
The time zone is pursuant to POSIX standard.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a
Lists the time zones that can be set.
-c settz
Sets the time zone which complies with POSIX standards.
-c adddst
Manually sets the time zone and Daylight Saving Time.
-c deldst
Deletes the time zone and Daylight Saving Time.
-b std
Specifies the abbreviations of time zone. For std, specify an
abbreviation of 3 letters or more. You can specify it in the format
which complies with RFC2822. In case specified in combination
with "-c adddst," it will be linked with the time zone to be set.
When specified in combination with "-c deldst," the link with
the time zone which has been set will be cancelled.
-d dst
Specifies the name of Daylight Saving Time. For dst, specify the
alphabets of 3 letters or more. You can specify it in the format
which complies with RFC2822.
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-f date [/time]
Specifies the starting time of Daylight Saving Time. You can
specify date in any of the following formats.
Mm.w.d
Mm: Specifies the month to start Daylight Saving Time. For m,
you can specify any integer from 1 to 12.
w: Specifies the week to start Daylight Saving Time. You can
specify the integer from 1 to 5, "1" for the first week and "5"
for the last week in the month.
d: Specifies the day of the week to start Daylight Saving Time.
You can specify the integer from 0 to 6, "0" for Sunday and
"6" for Saturday.
Jn
Jn: Specifies the sequential day in the year to start Daylight
Saving Time. You can specify the integer from 1 to 365, "1"
for January 1st. It doesn't count the leap-year day.
n
n: Specifies the sequential day in the year to start Daylight
Saving Time. You can specify the integer from 1 to 365, "1"
for January 1st. It counts the leap-year day.
In time, you specify the time. You can specify it in the following
format.
hh:mm:ss
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Specifies the time in "hh:mm:ss" format. hh is
00–23, mm is 00–59, ss is 00–60. In case
omitted, "02:00:00."
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is the
same as that of the more command.
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-f date [/time]
Specifies the starting time of Daylight Saving Time. You can
specify date in any of the following formats.
Mm.w.d
Mm: Specifies the month to start Daylight Saving Time. For m,
you can specify any integer from 1 to 12.
w: Specifies the week to start Daylight Saving Time. You can
specify the integer from 1 to 5, "1" for the first week and "5"
for the last week in the month.
d: Specifies the day of the week to start Daylight Saving Time.
You can specify the integer from 0 to 6, "0" for Sunday and
"6" for Saturday.
Jn
Jn: Specifies the sequential day in the year to start Daylight
Saving Time. You can specify the integer from 1 to 365, "1"
for January 1st. It doesn't count the leap-year day.
n
n: Specifies the sequential day in the year to start Daylight
Saving Time. You can specify the integer from 1 to 365, "1"
for January 1st. It counts the leap-year day.
In time, you specify the time. You can specify it in the following
format.
hh:mm:ss
Specifies the time in "hh:mm:ss" format. hh is
00–23, mm is 00–59, ss is 00–60. In case
omitted, "02:00:00."
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is the
same as that of the more command.
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-o offset
Specifies the offset of time zone and Greenwich mean time
(GMT). You can specify offset in the following format.
GMT{+|–}hh[:mm[:ss]]
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GMT
Greenwich mean time
{+|–}
Specifies "–" to set the standard time to the
time which is ahead of GMT. (To adjust to
the local time east to Greenwich, the offset is
a negative value.)Specifies "+" to set the
standard time to the time which is behind
the GMT. (To adjust to the local tome west to
Greenwich, the offset is a positive value.)
hh[:mm[:ss]]
Specifies the offset time. hh is 00–23, mm is
00–59, ss is 00–59.
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-p offset
Specifies the offset of Daylight Saving Time and Greenwich
mean time (GMT). You can specify offset in the following format.
In case omitted, it is 1 hour before the specified time.
GMT{+|–}hh[:mm[:ss]]
-s timezone
GMT
Greenwich mean time
{+|–}
Specifies "–" to set the standard time to the
time which is ahead of GMT. (To adjust to
the local time east to Greenwich, the offset is
a negative value.)Specifies "+" to set the
standard time to the time which is behind
the GMT. (To adjust to the local tome west
to Greenwich, the offset is a positive value.)
hh[:mm[:ss]]
Specifies the offset time. hh is 00–23, mm is
00–59, ss is 00–59.
Specifies the time zone. One of the time zone displayed by the
-a option can be specified for timezone.
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-t date [/time]
Specifies the termination time of Daylight Saving Time. You can
specify date in any of the following formats.
Mm.w.d
Mm: Specifies the month to terminate Daylight Saving Time.
For m, you can specify any integer from 1 to 12.
w: Specifies the week to terminate Daylight Saving Time. You
can specify the integer from 1 to 5, "1" for the first week and
"5" for the last week in the month.
d: Specifies the day of the week to terminate Daylight Saving
Time. You can specify the integer from 0 to 6, "0" for Sunday
and "6" for Saturday.
Jn
Jn: Specifies the sequential day in the year to terminate
Daylight Saving Time. You can specify the integer from 1 to
365, "1" for January 1st. It doesn't count the leap-year day.
n
n: Specifies the sequential day in the year to terminate
Daylight Saving Time. You can specify the integer from 1 to
365, "1" for January 1st. It counts the leap-year day.
In time, you specify the time. You can specify it in the following
format.
hh:mm:ss
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Specifies the time in "hh:mm:ss" format. hh is
00–23, mm is 00–59, ss is 00–60. In case
omitted, "02:00:00."
■
You cannot specify the years of validity for time zone and Daylight Saving Time.
In case the Daylight Saving Time is changed each year, you need to set anew by
using the settimezone(8) command.
■
The addition of the offset time to the standard time which has been set by the
settimezone(8) command comes to GMT.
■
The current time zone settings can be checked by using the showtimezone(8)
command.
■
To reflect the Daylight Saving Time information which modified by -c adddst
or -c deldst option, log out and then log in again.
EXAMPLE 1
Sets "Asia/Tokyo" as the time zone.
XSCF> settimezone -c settz -s Asia/Tokyo
Asia/Tokyo
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EXAMPLE 2
Lists the time zones that can be set.
XSCF> settimezone -c settz -a
Africa/Abidjan
Africa/Accra
Africa/Addis_Ababa
Africa/Algiers
Africa/Asmera
Africa/Bamako
Africa/Bangui
.
.
EXAMPLE 3
Sets the Daylight Saving Time information as follows: abbreviation of time
zone is JST, the offset from GMT is +9, the name of Daylight Saving Time
is JDT, Daylight Saving Time is 1 hour ahead, and the time period is from
the last Monday of March 2:00 to the last Sunday of October 2:00.
XSCF> settimezone -c adddst -b JST -o GMT-9 -d JDT -f M3.5.0 -t
M10.5.0
JST-9JDT,M3.5.0,M10.5.0
EXAMPLE 4
Sets the Daylight Saving Time information as follows: abbreviation of time
zone is JST, the offset from GMT is +9, the name of Daylight Saving Time
is JDT, the offset of Daylight Saving Time from GMT is +10, and the time
period is from the first Sunday of April 0:00 to the first Sunday of September 0:00.
XSCF> settimezone -c adddst -b JST -o GMT-9 -d JDT -p GMT-10 -f
M4.1.0/00:00:00 -t M9.1.0/00:00:00
JST-9JDT-10,M4.1.0/00:00:00,M9.1.0/00:00:00
EXAMPLE 5
Deletes the Daylight Saving Time information of current settings.
XSCF> settimezone -c deldst -b JST -o GMT-9
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setdate(8), showdate(8), showtimezone(8)
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setupfru(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setupfru - set up device hardware
setupfru [-m {y | n}] [-x {1 | 4}] device location
setupfru -h
DESCRIPTION
The setupfru(8) command makes hardware settings for the specified device.
Only a physical system board (PSB) can be specified as a device. After a PSB is
added, the following settings can be specified for PSB:
Privileges
XSB type
To use an added PSB in the system, hardware resources
on the PSB must be logically divided and reconfigured as
eXtended System Boards (XSBs). Two types of XSB are
used: Uni-XSB and Quad-XSB. The Uni-XSB is configured
with undivided PSB, and the Quad-XSB is configured
with one of divided PSB into four parts. Specify either the
Uni-XSB configuration or Quad-XSB configuration for the
PSB.
Memory mirror mode
In mirror mode, data is mirrored by dividing the memory
mounted on a PSB into two parts. Since the memory is
divided into two parts, the memory capacity is halved,
but data reliability increases. Specify whether to operate
the memory in mirror mode.
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-m {y|n}
Specifies whether to use the memory mounted on the XSB in
mirror mode. Specify this option when sb is specified for device.
Specify y to enable mirror mode; otherwise, specify n. If the -m
option is omitted, the previous setting is inherited.
-x {1|4}
Specifies whether to configure PSB as a Uni-XSB or Quad-XSB.
Specify this option when sb is specified for device. Specify 1 for
Uni-XSB or specify 4 for Quad-XSB. If the -x option is omitted,
the previous setting is inherited.
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OPERANDS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The following operands are supported:
device
Specifies the device to be set up. Only the following device can
be specified:
sb
Physical system board (PSB)
location
Specifies the location of the device.
sb
Integer from 0–15. Specify only one location.
■
In a high-end server, the Quad-XSB configuration cannot be set in memory
mirror mode.
■
To set up an already mounted PSB again, all XSBs comprising the target PSB
must have been disconnected from the domain configuration and placed under
the system board pool. See the deleteboard(8) command for information on
how to disconnect XSBs from the domain configuration.
■
The configuration of the PSB varies according to the system as shown below.
In a high-end server, the PSB consists of one CPU memory board and one I/O
unit in combination.
■
In a midrange server, the PSB consists of one CPU module and one memory
module logically divided into two on the motherboard, and one I/O module.
The current PSB settings can be checked by using the showfru(8) command.
■
EXAMPLES
■
EXAMPLE 1
Configures PSB#00 as a Quad-XSB (with memory in non-mirror mode because the memory mirror mode setting is omitted).
XSCF> setupfru -x 4 sb 0
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), deleteboard(8), moveboard(8), setdcl(8), showboards(8),
showdcl(8), showdevices(8), showfru(8)
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setupplatform(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
setupplatform - set up platform specific settings
setupplatform [-v]
setupplatform [-v] -p part [-p part]
setupplatform -h
DESCRIPTION
The setupplatform(8) command sets up platform specific settings. The command
leads an administrator through Service Processor installation tasks.
By default, setupplatform command walks through each of the available
settings. Individual settings may be selected using the -p option.
Privileges
The -p user option requires useradm privileges. The -p network option requires
either platadm or fieldeng privileges.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-p part
Specifies the setting you want to do. One of the following can be
specified for part:
-v
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
user
Creates a new local XSCF user account with
platadm, platop, and useradm privileges.
network
Configures the XSCF network, DSCP,
Domain Name Service, NTP, SSH, https, and
SMTP.
Specifies verbose output.
The available interfaces on the SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 server are xscf#0lan#0, xscf#0-lan#1, lan#0, lan#1. The available interfaces on the SPARC Enterprise
M8000/M9000 servers are the same but they also include the xscf#0-if, xscf#1-lan#0,
xscf#1-lan#1, and xscf#1-if.
In user setup, a new local user account can be created with a user supplied
password.
In network setup, the following items can be optionally configured:
■
XSCF Network Settings
■
Internal DSCP Network
■
Domain Name Service
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EXAMPLES
■
Network Time Protocol
■
SSH
■
HTTPS Server
■
Email reports
EXAMPLE 1
Creating a New User.
XSCF> setplatform -p user
Do you want to set up an account? [y|n]: y
Username: myadminuser
User id in range 100 to 65533 or leave blank to let the system
choose one:
Username: myadminuser
User id:
Are these settings correct? [y|n]: y
XSCF> adduser myadminuser
XSCF> setprivileges myadminuser useradm platadm platop
XSCF> password myadminuser
New XSCF password: [not echoed]
Retype new XSCF password: [not echoed]
EXAMPLE 2
Configuring the XSCF Network.
XSCF> setupplatform
Do you want to set up an account? [y|n]: n
Do you want to set up the XSCF network interfaces? [y|n]: y
Do you want to configure xscf#0-lan#0? [y|n]: y
xscf#0-lan#0 ip address? []: 192.168.1.4
xscf#0-lan#0 netmask? [255.255.255.0]: 255.255.254.0
xscf#0-lan#0 default gateway? []: 192.168.1.1
xscf#0-lan#0 ip address: 192.168.1.4
xscf#0-lan#0 netmask: 255.255.254.0
xscf#0-lan#0 default gateway: 192.168.1.1
Are these settings correct? [y|n]: y
XSCF> setnetwork xscf#0-lan#0 -m 255.255.254.0 192.168.1.4
. . .
EXAMPLE 3
Enabling ssh.
XSCF> setupplatform.sh -p network
Do you want to set up the XSCF network interfaces? [y|n]: n
Do you want to set up the DSCP network? [y|n]: n
Do you want to set up the domain name service? [y|n]: n
Do you want to set up the network time protocol? [y|n]: n
Do you want to set up ssh? [y|n]: y
Enable ssh service? [y|n]: y
XSCF> setssh -q -y -c enable
Do you want to set up https? [y|n]: n
. . .
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EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
adduser(8), password(8), setprivileges(8), setdscp(8)setnameserver(8),
sethostname(8), setntp(8), setssh(8)sethttps(8), setnetwork(8), setroute(8),
setsmtp(8), setemailreport(8), applynetwork(8)
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showaltitude(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showaltitude - display the altitude state of the system
showaltitude
showaltitude -h
DESCRIPTION
The showaltitude(8) command displays the current settings for the altitude state
of the system.
The displayed altitude value is a multiple of 100 meters.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The setaltitude(8) command sets the altitude of the server.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the altitude of the system.
XSCF> showaltitude
1000m
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setaltitude(8)
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showarchiving(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showarchiving - display log archiving configuration and status
showarchiving
showarchiving [-e] [-v]
showarchiving -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showarchiving(8) displays the status and configuration information for log
archiving on the Service Processor.
You must have platadm, platop or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-e
Displays information about the last ten archiving errors.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-v
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
Specifies verbose output.
If the -e option is not specified, showarchiving displays the following
information:
1. A list of archiving configuration data:
Archiving state
Log archiving is enabled or disabled.
Archive host
The host on which the logs are archived.
Initial value is Not configured. Possible
values are a host name or IPv4 address.
Archive directory
The directory on the archive host where the
archives are stored. Initial value is Not
configured.
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Username for ssh login
User name which the Service Processor uses to
login to the archive host. Initial value is Not
configured.
Archive host public key
The public key which the Service Processor
uses to verify the identity of the archive host.
This field is not displayed unless the -v
option is specified.
Archive host fingerprint
The md5 fingerprint of the public key which
the Service Processor uses to verify the
identity of the archive host.
2. Time of the most recent attempt to connect to the archive host, and the outcome
of that attempt (success or failure):
Latest
communication
The completion time of the latest attempt to communicate
with the archive host.
Connection status
The outcome of the latest attempt to connect to the
archive host; successful (OK) or unsuccessful (FAILED).
3. Table of the status information for audit logs and non-audit logs:
Archive space
limit
The amount of space allocated for the archives.
Archive space used The amount of space currently consumed by the archives.
Total archiving
failures
A counter of failed archiving operations.
Unresolved
failures
A counter of failed archiving operations which the
Service Processor will continue to retry.
If the -e option is specified showarchiving displays the details of the last ten
archiving errors that occurred.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Viewing Status and Configuration Data
XSCF> showarchiving
*** Archiving Configuration ***
Archiving state ---------- Disabled
Archive host ------------- Not configured
Archive directory -------- Not configured
User name for ssh login -- Not configured
Archive host fingerprint - Server authentication disabled
*** Connection to Archive Host ***
Latest communication ----- None
Connection status -------- None
Archive space limit
Archive space used
Total archiving failures
Unresolved failures
EXAMPLE 2
AUDIT LOGS
---------Unlimited
Not monitored
0
0
OTHER LOGS
---------2000 MB
Not monitored
0
0
Displaying Archiving Error Information
XSCF> showarchiving -e
No archiving errors have occurred.
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setarchiving(8)
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showaudit(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showaudit - display the current auditing system state
showaudit
showaudit [all]
showaudit [-a
users] [-c classes] [-e events] [-g] [-m] [-p] [-s] [-t]
showaudit -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showaudit(8) displays the current state of system auditing. When invoked without
options showaudit displays whether the writing of audit records is enabled or
disabled.
You must have auditadm or auditop privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a users
Displays the audit record generation policy for the specified users.
users is a comma-separated list of valid user names.
-c classes
Displays the audit record generation policy for the specified audit
classes. classes is a comma-separated list of audit classes. A class
may be specified by its numeric value or its name. The ACS_
prefix may be omitted. For example, the class of audit related
events can be expressed as ACS_AUDIT, AUDIT or 16.
The following are valid classes:
-e events
all
Denotes all classes.
ACS_SYSTEM(1)
System-related events
ACS_WRITE(2)
Commands that can modify a state
ACS_READ(4)
Commands that read a current
state
ACS_LOGIN(8)
Login-related events
ACS_AUDIT(16)
Audit-related events
ACS_DOMAIN(32)
Domain management–related
events
ACS_USER(64)
User management–related events
ACS_PLATFORM(128)
Platform management–related
events
ACS_MODES(256)
Mode-related events
Displays the audit record generation policy for the specified audit
events. events is a comma-separated list of audit events. An event
may be specified by its numeric value or its name. The AEV_
prefix may be omitted. For example, the event for SSH login can be
expressed as AEV_LOGIN_SSH, LOGIN_SSH, or 0.
See showaudit -e all for a list of all valid events.
-g
Displays the global user audit record generation policy.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-m
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-p
Displays the policy to follow when the audit trail reaches full
capacity.
-s
Displays the following auditing states:
-t
OPERANDS
Space consumed by local audit records
■
Free space remaining for local audit records
■
Number of audit records dropped (since the last boot) since the
audit trail reached full capacity.
Displays the thresholds at which to issue warning(s) about local
storage usage.
The following operands are supported:
all
EXAMPLES
■
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the following information:
■
Whether the writing of audit trails is set to enable or
disable. This is the same display that is shown for
showaudit when invoked without any options.
■
All the information that would be displayed by invoking
showaudit with the options: -a , -c all, -e all, -g, -m,
-p, -s.
Displaying Auditing Status
XSCF> showaudit
Auditing: enabled
EXAMPLE 2
Displaying All Class Information For Login Auditing
XSCF> showaudit -c LOGIN
Events:
AEV_LOGIN_BUI
AEV_LOGIN_CONSOLE
AEV_LOGIN_SSH
AEV_LOGIN_TELNET
AEV_LOGOUT
AEV_AUTHENTICATE
EXAMPLE 3
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
Displaying All Event Information
XSCF> showaudit -e all
Events:
AEV_AUDIT_START
AEV_AUDIT_STOP
AEV_ENTER_MODE
AEV_EXIT_MODE
AEV_LOGIN_BUI
AEV_LOGIN_CONSOLE
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
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AEV_LOGIN_SSH
AEV_LOGIN_TELNET
AEV_LOGOUT
AEV_AUTHENTICATE
AEV_addboard
AEV_addcodlicense
AEV_addfru
[...]
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enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setaudit(8), viewaudit(8)
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showautologout(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showautologout - display the session timeout time of the XSCF shell
showautologout
showautologout -h
DESCRIPTION
The showautologout(8) command displays the session timeout time of the XSCF
shell.
The session timeout time is displayed in units of minutes. If the session timeout
time has not been specified with the setautologout(8) command, a time of 10
minutes is set by default.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the session timeout time of the XSCF shell.
XSCF> showautologout
30min
EXAMPLE 2
Displays the session timeout time of the XSCF shell (the time is default).
XSCF> showautologout
10min
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setautologout(8)
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showboards(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showboards - display information on an extended system board (XSB)
showboards [-v] -a [-c sp]
showboards [-v] -d domain_id [-c sp]
showboards [-v] xsb
showboards -h
DESCRIPTION
The showboards(8) command displays information on XSBs.
This command displays information on XSBs currently configured in or assigned to
a domain and information on all mounted XSBs. If a domain is specified, the
command displays only information defined with the corresponding domain
component list (DCL).
The following types of information are displayed:
XSB
XSB number. The format of the displayed number is as follows:
x–y
x
y
An integer from 00–15.
An integer from 0–3.
DID
Domain ID. One of the following is displayed:
00–23
Domain ID to which the XSB is assigned
SP
This is displayed if the XSB does not belong
to any domain but is located in the system
board pool.
Other
This is displayed if the XSB belongs to a
domain to which no user privilege has been
granted.
LSB
Logical system board (LSB) number defined for the domain. The
displayed number is an integer ranging from 0 to 15.
Assignment
Domain assignment state of the XSB. Either of the following is
displayed:
Unavailable
The XSB cannot be used. The XSB may be
unrecognizable because it is not mounted, it
contains an error, it has been assigned to
another domain, or the settings of the
domain or system board are not complete.
Available
The XSB is registered on the domain
component list (DCL) and can be used. The
XSB may be located in the system board
pool.
Assigned
The XSB is reserved for or assigned to the
domain.
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Pwr
Power status of the XSB
n
Power is off.
y
Power is on.
Conn
Status of the XSB connection to the domain configuration
n
The XSB is not connected to the domain, or
it is located in the system board pool.
y
The XSB is connected to the domain.
Conf
Incorporation state of XSB hardware resources into the operating
system
n
The resources are not connected to the
operating system.
y
The resources are incorporated in the
operating system.
Test
Status of an initial diagnosis on an XSB
Unmount
The XSB cannot be recognized because it is
not mounted or because it has an error.
Unknown
Not performed.
Testing
The initial diagnosis is in progress.
Passed
The initial diagnosis ended normally.
Failed
Error (test=fail) detected by an initial
diagnosis. The XSB cannot be used or is in a
degraded state.
Fault
XSB degradation status
Normal
Normal
Degraded
Component in a degraded state. The XSB
can operate.
Faulted
An error occurred and the XSB cannot
operate.
When the -v option is specified, the following types of information are displayed
as XSB detail status information:
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R
Dynamic reconfiguration(DR) involving the reservation state of
the XSB in the domain
*
DR processing is reserved. When the
domain is rebooted, the XSB is incorporated
into or disconnected from the domain, and
the domain configuration is changed.
Cod
Whether the XSB is a COD board
n
The XSB is not a COD board.
y
The XSB is a COD board.
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Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, platop, fieldeng
Can execute the command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop
Can execute the command only for accessible domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
OPERANDS
The following options are supported:
-a
Displays the state of XSBs configured in or assigned to a domain
and the state of all mounted XSBs.
-c sp
Displays the system boards located in the system board pool.
System boards in the system board pool do not belong to any
domain.
-d domain_id
Specifies the ID of the domain whose status of XSB is displayed.
Only information that is defined with the DCL of the specified
domain is displayed. An integer ranging from 0 to 23 can be
specified for domain_id, depending on the system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-v
Displays detailed information on XSB.
The following operand is supported:
xsb
Specifies the XSB number to be displayed. The following xsb
form is accepted:
x–y
where:
x
y
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
An integer from 00–15.
An integer from 0–3.
Displays information on all mounted system boards.
XSCF> showboards -a
XSB DID(LSB) Assignment
---- -------- ----------00-0 00(00)
Assigned
00-1 00(01)
Assigned
00-2 SP
Available
00-3 02(00)
Unavailable
Pwr
---y
y
y
y
Conn
---y
y
n
n
System Administration
Conf
---y
y
n
n
Test
------Passed
Passed
Passed
Unknown
Fault
-------Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
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EXAMPLE 2
Displays detailed information on all mounted system boards.
XSCF> showboards -v -a
XSB R DID(LSB) Assignment
---- - -------- ----------00-0
00(00)
Assigned
00-1 * 00(01)
Assigned
00-2
SP
Available
00-3
02(00)
Unavailable
EXAMPLE 3
Pwr
---y
y
y
y
Conn
---y
y
n
n
Conf
---y
y
n
n
Test
------Passed
Passed
Passed
Unknown
Fault
-------Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
COD
--n
n
n
n
Displays information on XSB#00-0.
XSCF> showboards 00-0
XSB DID(LSB) Assignment Pwr Conn Conf Test
Fault
---- -------- ----------- ---- ---- ---- ------- -------00-0 15(00)
Assigned
y
y
y
Passed Normal
EXAMPLE 4
Displays detailed information on XSB#00-0.
XSCF> showboards -v 00-0
XSB R DID(LSB) Assignment Pwr Conn Conf Test
Fault
COD
---- - -------- ----------- ---- ---- ---- ------- -------- --00-0 * 15(00)
Assigned
y
n
n
Passed Normal
y
EXAMPLE 5
Displays system boards located in the system board pool.
XSCF> showboards -a -c sp
XSB DID(LSB) Assignment Pwr
---- -------- ----------- ---00-0 SP
Available
y
00-2 SP
Available
y
00-3 SP
Available
y
EXAMPLE 6
Conn
---n
n
n
Conf
---n
n
n
Test
------Passed
Passed
Passed
Fault
-------Normal
Normal
Normal
Displays the system boards that are defined for domain ID 0 and located in
the system board pool.
XSCF> showboards -d 0 -c sp
XSB DID(LSB) Assignment Pwr Conn Conf Test
Fault
---- -------- ----------- ---- ---- ---- ------- -------00-2 SP
Available
y
n
n
Passed Normal
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), addcodlicense(8), deleteboard(8), deletecodlicense(8),
moveboard(8), setdcl(8), setupfru(8), showcodlicense(8), showcodusage(8),
showdcl(8), showdevices(8), showfru(8)
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showcod(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showcod - display Capacity on Demand (COD) configuration information
showcod [-v] [-d domain_id]
showcod -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showcod(8) displays the COD information which includes the headroom amount,
number of installed COD right-to-use (RTU) licenses, the number of COD RTU
licenses reserved for domains, and the Chassis Hostid. When used without
arguments it displays the current COD information.
You must have platadm, platop, domainadm, domainop, or domainmgr
privileges for the specified domain.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d domain_id
Domain identifier. domain_id can be 0–23 depending on
system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
-v
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Specifies verbose output.
Displaying COD Information for All Domains on an OPL System
The output shown is what you would see if you had domainadm, domainop, or
domainmgr privileges for Domain 1.
XSCF> showcod
PROC RTUs reserved for domain 1 : 0
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EXAMPLE 2
Displaying All COD Information
The output shown is what you would see if you had platform privileges.
XSCF> showcod
Chassis HostID : 81000001
PROC RTUs installed : 8
PROC Headroom Quantity : 0
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
PROC RTUs reserved for domain
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0 : 4
1 : 0
2 : 0
3 : 0
4 : 0
5 : 0
6 : 0
7 : 0
8 : 0
9 : 0
10 : 0
11 : 0
12 : 0
13 : 0
14 : 0
15 : 0
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setcod(8)
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showcodlicense(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showcodlicense - display the current Capacity on Demand (COD) right-to-use
(RTU) licenses stored in the COD license database
showcodlicense [-r] [-v]
showcodlicense -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showcodlicense(8) displays COD license information stored in the COD license
database. When used without options it displays the current licenses.
You must have platadm or platop privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
-r
Displays the license information in the raw license-signature
format, as stored in the COD license database.
-v
Specifies verbose output. Displays both the formatted license
information and raw license-signature data.
The showcodlicense command displays the following COD information:
Description
Type of resource (processor).
Ver
Version number of the license, which is always set to 01.
Expiration
Expiration of the license.
Count
Number of right-to-use licenses granted for the given
resource.
Status
GOOD, which indicates that the given resource is valid, or
EXPIRED, which indicates that the resource license is no
longer valid.
The following examples display the COD license information:
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying Formatted License Data
XSCF> showcodlicense -v
Description Ver
Expiration Count
Status
----------- --- ----------- ----- ------PROC
01
NONE
16
GOOD
01:84000000:000000001:0301010100:16:00000000:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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EXAMPLE 2
Displaying Raw License Data
XSCF> showcodlicense -r
01:84000000:104:0301010100:3:00000000:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
264
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addcodlicense(8), deletecodlicense(8), showcodusage(8)
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showcodusage(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showcodusage - display the current usage statistics for Capacity on Demand (COD)
resources
showcodusage [-v] [-M] [-p resource|domain|all ]
showcodusage -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showcodusage(8) shows current information about COD right-to-use (RTU)
licenses in use. By default, this command displays a summary of COD RTU licenses
used and installed, along with the current state of each resource. When used
without options, it displays the current usage.
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, platop, fieldeng:
Can run this command for all resources and domains.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop:
Can run this command for available resources only for those domains that you can
access.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is the
same as that of the more command.
-p domain
Displays the license usage for each domain. The statistics reported
include the number of COD RTU licenses used by the domain,
resources assigned to the domain, and COD RTU licenses reserved
for the domain.
-p resource Displays license usage by resource type.
-p all
Displays all COD usage information.
-v
Specifies verbose output. Displays all available COD usage
information, including COD RTU license use for both the system
and its domains.
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The showcodusage -p resource command displays the following COD usage
information for the system:
Resource
Identifies the type of COD resources available (processors).
In Use
Specifies the number of COD CPUs currently used in the
system.
Installed
Specifies the number of COD CPUs installed in the system.
License
Specifies the number of COD RTU licenses installed.
Status
Specifies one of the following COD attributes:
OK
Indicates that there are sufficient licenses
for the COD CPUs in use. Also displays
the number of remaining COD resources
available and the number of any instant
access CPUs (headroom) available.
HEADROOM
The number of instant access COD CPUs
in use.
Violation
Indicates a COD RTU license violation
exists. Displays the number of COD CPUs
in use that exceeds the number of COD
RTU licenses available. This situation can
occur when you force the deletion of a
COD RTU license key from the COD RTU
license database, but the COD CPU
associated with the license key is still in
use.
The showcodusage -p domain command displays the following COD usage
information for each domain:
Domain/Resource Identifies COD RTU resource (processor) for each domain. An
Unused processor is a COD CPU that has not yet been
assigned to a domain.
In Use
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Specifies the number of COD CPUs currently used in the
domain.
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EXAMPLES
Installed
Specifies the number of COD CPU resources installed in the
domain.
Reserved
Specifies the number of COD RTU licenses allocated to the
domain.
Status
Contains one of the following when the -v option is specified:
Licensed
The domain COD CPU has a COD RTU
license and is in use.
Unlicensed
A COD RTU license for the domain COD
CPU could not be obtained and it is not in
use.
Unused
The COD CPU is not in use.
Users with platform administrator privileges can view both resource and domain
usage summaries. Users with domain administrator privileges can view only the
domain usage summaries for which they have privileges, and a report of unused
licenses.
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying COD Usage by Resource
XSCF> showcodusage -p resource
Resource In Use Installed Licensed
-------- ------ --------- -------PROC
4
4
16
EXAMPLE 2
Status
-----OK: 12 available
Displaying COD Usage by Domain
XSCF> showcodusage -p domains
Domain/Resource In Use Installed
--------------- ------ --------0 - PROC
4
4
1 - PROC
4
4
2 - PROC
4
4
3 - PROC
4
4
4 - PROC
0
0
Unused - PROC
0
0
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-------0
0
0
0
0
12
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EXAMPLE 3
Displaying COD Usage by Resource and Domain: M8000 Server With
CMU00 Quad-XSB, CMU02 Uni-XSB
XSCF> showcodusage -v
Resource In Use Installed Licensed Status
-------- ------ --------- -------- -----PROC
0
8
0 OK: 0 available Headroom: 2
Domain/Resource In Use Installed Reserved Status
--------------- ------ --------- -------- -----0 - PROC
0
8
0
00-0 - PROC
0
1
CMU00-CPU0
Unused
00-1 - PROC
0
1
CMU00-CPU1
Unused
00-2 - PROC
0
1
CMU00-CPU2
Unused
00-3 - PROC
0
1
CMU00-CPU3
Unused
02-0 - PROC
0
4
CMU02-CPU0
Unused
CMU02-CPU1
Unused
CMU02-CPU2
Unused
CMU02-CPU3
Unused
1 - PROC
0
0
0
2 - PROC
0
0
0
3 - PROC
0
0
0
4 - PROC
0
0
0
5 - PROC
0
0
0
6 - PROC
0
0
0
7 - PROC
0
0
0
8 - PROC
0
0
0
9 - PROC
0
0
0
10 - PROC
0
0
0
11 - PROC
0
0
0
12 - PROC
0
0
0
13 - PROC
0
0
0
14 - PROC
0
0
0
15 - PROC
0
0
0
Unused - PROC
0
0
2
EXAMPLE 4
Displaying COD Usage by Resource and Domain: M5000 Server
XSCF> showcodusage -v
Resource In Use Installed Licensed Status
-------- ------ --------- -------- -----PROC
0
4
0 OK: 0 available
Domain/Resource In Use Installed Reserved Status
--------------- ------ --------- -------- -----0 - PROC
0
0
0
1 - PROC
0
0
0
2 - PROC
0
0
0
3 - PROC
0
0
0
Unused - PROC
0
4
0
00-0 - PROC
0
4
CPUM00-CPU0
Unused
CPUM00-CPU1
Unused
CPUM01-CPU0
Unused
CPUM01-CPU1
Unused
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EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addcodlicense(8), deletecodlicense(8), showcodlicense(8)
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showcodusage(8)
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showconsolepath(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showconsolepath - displays information on the domain console that is currently
connected
showconsolepath -a
showconsolepath -d domain_id
showconsolepath -h
DESCRIPTION
The showconsolepath(8) command displays information on the domain console
that is currently connected.
The following information can be displayed:
Privileges
User
User account of the XSCF connected to the domain console
DID
Domain ID
ro/rw
Domain console type
ro
Read-only console
rw
Writable console
escape
Escape mark specified for the console
Date
Date connected to the domain console
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop
Can run this command only for your accessible domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-a
Displays console information on all domains that can be
accessed.
-d domain_id
Specifies only one ID of the domain for which information is to
be displayed. domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system
configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Only one writable console and one or more read-only consoles can be connected to
one domain.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays console information on all domains that can be accessed.
XSCF> showconsolepath -a
User
DID ro/rw
nakagawa
00
rw
hana
00
ro
k-okano
00
ro
yuuki
01
rw
uchida
01
ro
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
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escape
@
#
#
|
*
Date
Fri Jul
Fri Jul
Fri Jul
Fri Jul
Fri Jul
29
29
29
29
29
21:23:34
09:49:12
18:21:50
10:19:18
13:30:41
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
console(8), sendbreak(8)
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showdate(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showdate - display the date and time of XSCF
showdate [-u]
showdate -h
DESCRIPTION
The showdate(8) command displays the date and time of XSCF.
If showdate(8) command is executed with no options, date and time currently set
is displayed.
If the local date and time are specified, they are set following conversion to
coordinated universal time (UTC).
After date and time are set, the prompt to confirm the reset of XSCF is displayed.
When XSCF is reset, the set date and time are reflected.
Changed date and time are reflected in the domain when either of the following
operations is performed:
Privileges
■
Rebooting the domain
■
The NTP time synchronization processing after the change of date and time of
XSCF with the date(8) command
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-u
Specifies time in coordinated universal time (UTC). When the -u
option is omitted, the local time is specified.
The setdate(8) command sets the XSCF date and time.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the current time as the local time (JST).
XSCF> showdate
Mon Jan 23 14:53:00 JST 2006
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EXAMPLE 2
Displays the current time in UTC.
XSCF> showdate -u
Mon Jan 23 05:56:15 UTC 2006
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
274
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setdate(8), settimezone(8), showtimezone(8)
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showdcl(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showdcl - display the current domain component list (DCL)
showdcl [-v] -a
showdcl [-v] -d domain_id [-l lsb...]
showdcl -h
DESCRIPTION
The showdcl(8) command displays the DCL that has been set by the setdcl(8)
command.
The DCL is hardware resource information that can be set for a domain or the
logical system boards (LSBs) that are components of a domain.
An LSB is a board unit recognized by an operating system in a domain. Up to 16
LSBs can be registered for each domain, and they are represented by integer
numbers ranging from 0 to 15.
An XSB is a board unit that can be used in the system and is one division of a
divided physical system board (PSB). An XSB is represented by x–y, a combination
of a PSB number and the number of one division of the divided PSB (x is an integer
ranging from 00 to 15, and y is an integer ranging from 0 to 3).
The showdcl(8) command can display the following information that is part of a
domain component list:
DID
Domain ID
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LSB
LSB number. The displayed number is an integer ranging from
00 to 15.
XSB
XSB number corresponding to the LSB. The displayed number
has the following format:
x–y
where:
x
y
Status
An integer from 00–15.
An integer from 0–3.
Domain status. One of the following status is displayed:
Powered Off
Power is off.
Panic State
A panic occurred, and the domain is in the reset state.
Shutdown Started
The power-off process is starting.
Initialization Phase
OpenBoot PROM initialization is in progress.
OpenBoot Executing Completed
The system is in the OpenBoot PROM (ok prompt) state.
Booting/OpenBoot PROM prompt
The operating system is booting. Or due to the domain
shutdown or reset, the system is in the OpenBoot PROM
running state or is suspended in the OpenBoot PROM (ok
prompt) state.
Running
The operating system is running.
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If the -v option is specified, the following information is added:
Privileges
Cfg-policy
Degradation range applicable for an error detected during an
initial diagnosis of hardware. Any of the following is displayed:
FRU
Degradation of a component (default)
XSB
Degradation of an XSB.
System
Degradation of a domain
No-Mem
Whether to omit the use of memory on a domain. Either of the
following is displayed:
True
Omits the use of memory on a domain.
False
Does not omits the use of memory on a
domain (default).
No-IO
Whether to omit the use of I/O devices on a domain. Either of
the following is displayed:
True
Omits the use of I/O devices on a domain.
False
Does not omit the use of I/O devices on a
domain (default).
Float
Whether to set a priority for the specified LSB as a floating
board, relative to other boards. Either of the following is
displayed:
True
Gives a higher priority to the LSB to become
a floating board.
False
Does not give a higher priority regarding
floating boards (default).
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, platop, fieldeng
Can execute the command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop
Can execute the command only for accessible domain.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:.
-a
Displays information that is set for all domains.
-d domain_id
Specifies the ID of the domain for which information is to be
displayed. The domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system
configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-l lsb
Specifies the LSB number whose information is to be displayed.
Specify an lsb value by using an integer ranging from 0 to 15.
Multiple locations can be specified by delimiting them with
spaces. If lsb is omitted, all the LSBs in the domain are targets.
-v
Also displays information on Cfg-policy, No-Mem, No-IO, and
Float in the DCL.
■
A system board for which the floating board priority is set to a low value is
difficult to use as a floating board. Accordingly, it is difficult for the system
board to affect the domain operation system.
■
The setdcl(8) command sets domain configuration information.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays detailed information on the DCL that is set for domain ID 0
XSCF> showdcl -d 0
DID
LSB
XSB
Status
00
Running
00
00-0
04
01-0
08
02-0
12
03-0
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EXAMPLE 2
Displays details in the domain component list that is set for domain ID 0.
XSCF> showdcl -v -d 0
DID
LSB
XSB
Status
00
Running
00
00-0
01
02
03
04
01-0
05
06
07
08
02-0
09
10
11
12
03-0
13
14
15
-
No-Mem
No-IO
Float
False
False
False
False
True
False
True
True
True
True
True
False
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EXAMPLE 3
Displays details in the domain component lists that are set for all domains.
XSCF> showdcl -v -a
DID
LSB
XSB
Status
No-Mem
No-IO
Float
Cfg-policy
00
Running
FRU
00
00-0
False
False
False
01
02
03
04
01-0
False
True
False
05
06
07
08
02-0
True
True
True
09
10
11
12
03-0
True
True
False
13
14
15
--------------------------------------------------------------01
Running
FRU
00
01-2
True
True
False
01
04-0
False
False
False
02
03
04
05
06
07
05-0
True
False
False
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
06-0
True
True
True
15
--------------------------------------------------------------:
:
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), deleteboard(8), moveboard(8), setdcl(8), setupfru(8),
showboards(8), showdevices(8), showfru(8)
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showdevices(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showdevices - display current information on an eXtended System Board (XSB)
showdevices [-v] [-p bydevice | byboard | query | force] xsb
showdevices [-v] [-p bydevice | byboard] -d domain_id
showdevices -h
DESCRIPTION
The showdevices(8) command displays the information of the physical devices
configured on XSB and their available resources of these devices.
The information of available resources can be obtained for the devices managed by
the operating system. The command can also display in advance whether the XSB
can be disconnected from the domain using the dynamic reconfiguration (DR)
function.
The following types of information are displayed:
Common:
DID
Domain ID
XSB
XSB number
CPU:
id
processor ID
state
status of processor
speed
CPU frequency (MHz)
ecache
CPU external cache size (MB)
MEMORY:
board mem
Size of memory mounted on the XSB (MB)
perm mem
Size of memory that mounted and cannot be relocated on the
XSB (MB)
base address
Physical address of memory mounted on the XSB
domain mem
Size of memory on the domain (MB)
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When memory is being disconnected, the following items are displayed:
target XSB
XSB number at the move destination
deleted mem
Size of memory which was already deleted (MB)
remaining mem Size of remaining memory to be deleted (MB)
I/O devices:
Privileges
device
Instance name of I/O device
resource
Managed resource name
usage
Description of the instance using resources
query
Results of an off-line inquiry about resources
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, platop, fieldeng
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop
Can run this command only for your accessible domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
282
The following options are supported.
-d domain_id
Specifies the ID of the domain for which information is to be
displayed. domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system
configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-p byboard
Displays results organized by XSB. The results can be further
summarized by device and displayed. If the -p option is
omitted, "-p bydevice" is used.
-p bydevice
Displays results organized by device type (CPU, memory, I/O,
etc.). If the -p option is omitted, "-p bydevice" is used.
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OPERANDS
-p force
Predicts system resources deleted from the operating system
when a system board is forcibly disconnected by "deleteboard
-f" command. If the -p option is omitted, "-p bydevice" is
used.
-p query
Predicts system resources deleted from the operating system
when a system board is disconnected by deleteboard
command. If the -p option is omitted, "-p bydevice" is used.
-v
Displays information on all I/O devices, including those that are
not management targets. As information on the I/O devices that
are not management targets, however, only physical
configurations are displayed, and resources and use states are
not displayed.
The following operand is supported:
xsb
Specifies the XSB number for which information is to be
displayed. The following xsb form is accepted:
x–y
where:
x
y
An integer from 00–15.
An integer from 0–3.
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EXAMPLES
Displays the information of the physical devices configured on the XSB#00-0
and their available resources.
EXAMPLE 1
XSCF> showdevices 00-0
CPU:
---DID XSB
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
id
40
41
42
43
state
on-line
on-line
on-line
on-line
speed
2048
2048
2048
2048
ecache
4
4
4
4
Memory:
------DID
00
00
00
00
00
00
XSB
00-0
00-1
00-2
00-3
01-0
02-0
board perm
base
domain target deleted remaining
mem MB mem MB address
mem MB XSB
mem MB
mem MB
2048
1290 0x000003c000000000
2048 03-0
250
1500
2048
0 0x0000038000000000
2048
0
0
2048
0 0x0000034000000000
2048
0
0
2048
0 0x0000030000000000
2048
0
0
2048
0 0x000002c000000000
2048
1024
0
2048
0 0x0000028000000000
2048
0
0
IO Devices:
---------DID XSB
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
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device resource
sd3
/dev/dsk/c0t3d0s0
sd3
/dev/dsk/c0t3s0s1
sd3
/dev/dsk/c0t3s0s1
sd3
/dev/dsk/c0t3d0s3
sd3
/var/run
usage
mounted filesystem "/"
dump device (swap)
swap area
mounted filesystem "/var"
mounted filesystem "/var/run"
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EXAMPLE 2
Displays detail information of the physical devices and their available resources in domain ID 0.
XSCF> showdevices -v -d 0
CPU:
---DID XSB
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 01-0
00 01-0
00 01-0
00 01-0
id
40
41
42
43
50
51
52
53
state
on-line
on-line
on-line
on-line
on-line
on-line
on-line
on-line
speed
2048
2048
2048
2048
2048
2048
2048
2048
ecache
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Memory:
------board perm
base
domain target deleted remaining
DID XSB
mem MB mem MB address
mem MB XSB
mem MB
mem MB
00 00-0
2048
1290 0x000003c000000000
4096 00-1
250
1500
00 01-0
2048
0 0x000002c000000000
4096
IO Devices:
---------DID XSB
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
00 00-0
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
device resource
sd0
sd1
sd2
sd3
/dev/dsk/c0t3d0s0
sd3
/dev/dsk/c0t3s0s1
sd3
/dev/dsk/c0t3s0s1
sd3
/dev/dsk/c0t3d0s3
sd3
/var/run
sd4
sd5
sd6
usage
mounted filesystem "/"
dump device (swap)
swap area
mounted filesystem "/var"
mounted filesystem "/var/run"
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), deleteboard(8), moveboard(8), setdcl(8), setupfru(8),
showboards(8), showdcl(8), showfru(8)
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showdomainmode(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showdomainmode - display the domain mode
showdomainmode -d domain_id
showdomainmode -h
DESCRIPTION
showdomainmode(8) command displays the domain mode that is set for the
specified domain.
The following states are displayed:
Host ID
HOST-ID
Diagnostic Level Displays the OpenBoot PROM diagnostic level. One of the
following is displayed:
none
None
min
Standard
max
Maximum
Displays the states of the host watchdog function and
function that suppresses break signal reception (Breaksignal). One of the following is displayed:
Secure Mode
Enabled
off
Disabled
Displays the state of the auto boot function used at domain
startup. One of the following is displayed:
Autoboot
Privileges
on
on
Enabled
off
Disabled
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, fieldeng
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm
Can run this command only for your managed domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following operands are supported:
-d domain_id
Specifies the domain ID of the domain to be displayed.
domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
If the Mode switch on the operator panel is set to "Service", the settings have
the following values regardless of the domain mode displayed by the
showdomainmode(8) command:
■
■
Diagnostics Level: operates as the showdomainmode(8) command
display
■
Secure Mode: off
■
Autoboot: off
■
When the OpenBoot PROM environmental variable 'auto-boot?' has been set
to false, the auto boot function is disabled.
■
The setdomainmode(8) command sets a domain mode.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the current state of the operation mode for domain ID 0.
XSCF> showdomainmode -d 0
Host-ID :0f010f10
Diagnostic Level :min
Secure Mode
:on
Autoboot
:on
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setdomainmode(8)
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showdomainstatus(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showdomainstatus - display the current domain component list (DCL)
showdomainstatus -d domain_id
showdomainstatus -a
showdomainstatus -h
DESCRIPTION
The showdomainstatus(8) command displays the current status of the specified
domain.
One of the following states is displayed for each domain:
Powered Off
Power is off.
Panic State
A panic occurred, and the domain is in the reset state.
Shutdown Started
The power-off process is starting.
Initialization Phase
OpenBoot PROM initialization is in progress.
OpenBoot Execution Completed
The system is in the OpenBoot PROM (ok prompt) state.
Booting/OpenBoot PROM prompt
The operating system is booting. Or due to the domain shutdown or reset,
the system is in the OpenBoot PROM running state or is suspended in the
OpenBoot PROM (ok prompt) state.
Running
Operating system is running.
Domain is not defined.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, fieldeng
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop
Can run this command only for your accessible domains.
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Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported.
-a
Displays status information on all domains that can be accessed.
-d domain_id
Specifies only one ID of the domain to be displayed. domain_id
can be 0–23 depending on the system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays status information on all domains.
XSCF> showdomainstatus -a
DID
Domain Status
00
Running
01
02
Powered Off
03
Panic State
04
Shutdown Started
05
Booting/OpenBoot PROM prompt
06
Initialization Phase
07
OpenBoot Execution Completed
EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
poweroff(8), poweron(8), reset(8), showdcl(8)
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showdscp(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showdscp - display the IP addresses assigned to the Domain to Service Processor
Communications Protocol (DSCP)
showdscp
showdscp [-v] [-p]
showdscp [-v] [-p] -d
domain_id
showdscp [-v] [-p] -s
showdscp -h
DESCRIPTION
showdscp(8) displays the IP addresses assigned for DSCP usage, the IP addresses
for an individual domain, the Service Processor, or for the entire system. When
used without options, it displays current IP data.
When displaying IP addresses for all DSCP links in the system, the output is a
table. The table is sorted by numerical domain IDs.
When displaying IP addresses for a particular domain or just the Service Processor,
then the output is not a table but simply the IP address of the specified domain or
Service Processor.
The -p option can be used to generate parsable output that would then be suitable
for use in a script. Parsable displays of individual IP addresses exclude any
additional labels, and only an IPv4 address in dotted-decimal form is output. The
parsable version of tabular output includes only the values (no table headings are
included), and each column is separated by a single tab character.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
fieldeng, platadm, platop:
Can display any DSCP IP information.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop:
Can display individual IP addresses for domains for which you have privileges
only.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d domain_id
Displays an individual domain’s IP address.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
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292
-p
Generates parsable output.
-s
Displays the Service Processor’s IP address.
-v
Specifies verbose output. Prints additional information about
internal progress of the program’s operations to the screen.
Caution – The IP addresses shown in the following examples are examples only.
Refer to the site planning guide for your server for more information about valid IP
addresses for your network. Using invalid network IP addresses could, under
certain circumstances, make your system unbootable!
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EXAMPLE 1
XSCF>
Displaying a Table of All DSCP IP Addresses
showdscp
DSCP Configuration
Network: 10.1.1.0
Netmask: 255.255.255.0
Location
---------XSCF
Domain #00
Domain #01
Domain #02
Domain #03
Domain #04
Domain #05
Domain #06
Domain #07
Domain #08
Domain #09
Domain #10
Domain #11
Domain #12
Domain #13
Domain #14
Domain #15
Domain #16
Domain #17
Domain #18
Domain #19
Domain #20
Domain #21
Domain #22
Domain #23
EXAMPLE 2
Address
--------10.1.1.1
10.1.1.2
10.1.1.3
10.1.1.4
10.1.1.5
10.1.1.6
10.1.1.7
10.1.1.8
10.1.1.9
10.1.1.10
10.1.1.11
10.1.1.12
10.1.1.13
10.1.1.14
10.1.1.15
10.1.1.16
10.1.1.17
10.1.1.18
10.1.1.19
10.1.1.20
10.1.1.21
10.1.1.22
10.1.1.23
10.1.1.24
10.1.1.25
Displaying a Specific Domain’s IP Address
XSCF> showdscp -d 1
Domain #01 Address: 10.1.1.3
EXAMPLE 3
Displaying a Specific Domain’s IP Address in a Parsable Form
XSCF> showdscp -p -d 1
Domain[1] 10.1.1.3
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EXAMPLE 4
Displaying All DSCP Address Information In a Parsable Form
XSCF> showdscp -p
Network 10.1.1.0
Netmask 255.255.255.0
XSCF
10.1.1.1
Domain[0]
10.1.1.2
Domain[1]
10.1.1.3
Domain[2]
10.1.1.4
Domain[3]
10.1.1.5
Domain[4]
10.1.1.6
Domain[5]
10.1.1.7
Domain[6]
10.1.1.8
Domain[7]
10.1.1.9
Domain[8]
10.1.1.10
Domain[9]
10.1.1.11
...
EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setdscp(8)
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showdualpowerfeed(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showdualpowerfeed - display the current setting of dual power feed mode
showdualpowerfeed
showdualpowerfeed -h
DESCRIPTION
The showdualpowerfeed(8) command displays the current setting of dual power
feed mode in the system.
The showdualpowerfeed(8) command is valid in a midrange server only.
The dual power feed mode can be set by the setdualpowerfeed(8) command.
Also, before the dual power feed mode is changed by the setdualpowerfeed(8)
command, the values of changed settings are displayed.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays usage statement.
Displays the current setting of dual power feed mode in the system.
XSCF> showdualpowerfeed
Dual power feed is enabled.
EXAMPLE 2
Changes the dual power feed mode with the setdualpowerfeed(8) command and then displays the current state.
XSCF> showdualpowerfeed
enable -> disable
NOTE: Dual power feed will be disabled the next time the platform is
powered on.
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setdualpowerfeed(8)
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showemailreport(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showemailreport - display the email report configuration data
showemailreport [-v ]
showemailreport -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showemailreport(8) displays the email reporting configuration data. When used
without options, it displays current email report configuration data.
You must have platadm, platop or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
-v
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Specifies verbose output.
Emailreport information includes whether Emailreporting is enabled. If enabled, it
also includes the list of addresses.
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying Emailreport configuration
XSCF> showemailreport
EMail Reporting: enabled
Email Recipient Address: admin@company.com, adm2@company.com
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setemailreport(8)
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showenvironment(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showenvironment - display the intake air temperature and humidity, temperature
sensor information, voltage sensor information, and fan rotation information about
the system
showenvironment [-M] [ type]
showenvironment -h
DESCRIPTION
showenvironment(8) command displays the information listed below.
The following types of the information are displayed:
Privileges
Environment
information
Intake temperature and humidity of the system (humidity only
for high-end server)
Temperature
information
Intake temperature of the system and exhaust temperature of
each component
Voltage
information
Voltage sensor value
Fan rotation
information
Fan rotational state and revolutions per unit of time
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
OPERANDS
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
The following operand is supported:
type
Specifies the one of the type of information to be displayed. The
following types can be specified. If this type setting is omitted,
intake temperature and humidity information about the system
is displayed:
temp
Displays temperature information.
volt
Displays voltage information.
Fan
Displays fan rotation information.
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
For some systems, voltage margin is set for each entire system. In such a case, the
voltage margin is displayed along with the value of the voltage sensor.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the intake temperature and humidity of the system.
XSCF> showenvironment
Temperature:30.71C
Humidity:90.05%
EXAMPLE 2
Displays temperature information about the system and each component.
XSCF> showenvironment temp
Temperature:30.71C
CMU#0:30.71C
CPUM#0-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#1-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#2-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#3-CHIP#0:30.71C
CMU#1:30.71C
CPUM#0-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#1-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#2-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#3-CHIP#0:30.71C
CMU#2:30.71C
CPUM#0-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#1-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#2-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#3-CHIP#0:30.71C
CMU#3:30.71C
CPUM#0-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#1-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#2-CHIP#0:30.71C
CPUM#3-CHIP#0:30.71C
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EXAMPLE 3
Displays voltage information about each component.
XSCF> showenvironment volt
MBU_A
1.0V Power Supply Group:1.010V
1.8V Power Supply Group:1.700V
CPUM#0-CHIP#0
1.0V Power Supply Group:1.000V
CPUM#1-CHIP#0
1.0V Power Supply Group:1.000V
MEMB#0
1.2V Power Supply Group:1.200V
1.8V Power Supply Group:1.700V
2.5V Power Supply Group:2.500V
MEMB#1
1.2V Power Supply Group:1.200V
1.8V Power Supply Group:1.700V
2.5V Power Supply Group:2.500V
MEMB#2
1.2V Power Supply Group:1.200V
1.8V Power Supply Group:1.700V
2.5V Power Supply Group:2.500V
MEMB#3
1.2V Power Supply Group:1.200V
1.8V Power Supply Group:1.700V
2.5V Power Supply Group:2.500V
IOU#0
1.0V Power Supply Group:1.020V
1.2V Power Supply Group:1.180V
1.5V Power Supply Group:1.500V
1.8V Power Supply Group:1.850V
2.5V Power Supply Group:2.510V
3.3V Power Supply Group:3.300V
5.0V Power Supply Group:5.000V
12V Power Supply Group:12.000V
-12V Power Supply Group:-12.000V
FANBP
3.3V Power Supply Group:3.300V
5.0V Power Supply Group:5.010V
12V Power Supply Group:12.020V
-12V Power Supply Group:-12.030V
EXAMPLE 4
Displays voltage information about each component when specified voltagemargin.
XSCF> showenvironment volt
margin:+10%
MBU_A
1.0V Power Supply Group:1.010V
1.8V Power Supply Group:1.700V
:
:
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EXAMPLE 5
Displays fan rotation information.
XSCF> showenvironment Fan
FAN_A#0:Low speed
#0 1234rpm
FAN_A#1:Low speed
#0 1234rpm
FAN_B#0:High speed
#0 5678rpm
FAN_B#1:High speed
#0 5678rpm
PSU#0
fan:High speed
#0 1234rpm
#1 1234rpm
PSU#1
fan:High speed
#0 1234rpm
#1 1234rpm
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302
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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showfru(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showfru - display the hardware settings of specified device
showfru device location
showfru -a device
showfru -h
DESCRIPTION
The showfru(8) command displays the hardware settings of specified device by the
setupfru(8) command.
The command can display the settings of the specified device or of all devices.
Only the physical system board (PSB) can be specified as a device.
The following settings are displayed:
Device
Specified device name. Only sb is displayed.
Location
Device location. If the device is ‘sb’, the indicated location is an
integer ranging from 00 to 15.
XSB Mode
XSB mode set for the PSB. One of the following values is
displayed:
Uni
Uni-XSB
Quad
Quad-XSB
Memory Mirror Memory mirror mode set for the PSB. One of the following
Mode
values is displayed:
Privileges
yes
Memory mirror mode
no
Memory no-mirror modeB
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-a
Displays the settings of all devices.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
device
Specifies the device to display. Currently, only the following
device can be specified:
Physical system board (PSB)
sb
location
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Specifies the location of device. If the device is ‘sb’, an integer
ranging from 00 to 15 can be specified.
The setupfru(8) command makes hardware settings for a device.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the settings of all PSBs.
XSCF> showfru -a sb
Device
Location
sb
00
sb
01
sb
02
sb
03
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
304
XSB Mode
Quad
Uni
Quad
Uni
Memory Mirror Mode
no
yes
no
no
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addboard(8), deleteboard(8), moveboard(8), setdcl(8), setupfru(8),
showboards(8), showdcl(8), showdevices(8)
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showhardconf(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showhardconf - display information about field replaceable unit (FRU) installed in
the system
showhardconf [-u] [-M]
showhardconf -h
DESCRIPTION
showhardconf(8) command displays information about each FRU.
The following information is displayed:
Privileges
■
Current configuration and status
■
Number of installed FRUs
■
Domain information
■
External I/O Expansion Unit information
■
Name properties of PCI cards
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, fieldeng
Can run this command for all domains.
domainadm, domainmgr, domainop
Can run this command only for your accessible domains.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
-u
Displays the number of FRUs installed in each unit. For CPU
modules, operating frequencies are displayed. For memory
units, the capacity of each memory unit is displayed. If this
option is omitted, the current configuration and status
information regarding FRUs and domain information are
displayed.
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
When the configuration and status information regarding FRUs and domain
information are displayed, for any failed or degraded unit, an asterisk (*)
indicating an abnormal unit is displayed along with any of the following states:
Status
Description
Faulted
The component is faulty and is not operating
Degraded
The component is operating. However, either an error has been
detected or the component is faulty. As a result, the component
might be operating with reduced functionality or performance.
Deconfigured
As a result of another component's faulted or degraded status,
the component is not operating. (The component itself is not
faulted or degraded.)
Maintenance
The component is under maintenance. A deletefru(8),
replacefru(8), or addfru(8) operation is currently underway
Normal
It is operating normally.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the information of the FRUs in SPARC Enterprise M5000.
XSCF> showhardconf
SPARC Enterprise M5000;
+ Serial:BE80601021; Operator_Panel_Switch:Service;
+ Power_Supply_System:Single; SCF-ID:XSCF#0;
+ System_Power:On; System_Phase:Cabinet Power On;
Domain#0 Domain_Status:Powered Off;
MBU_B Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:7867000297 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA20393-B50X A2
;
+ Memory_Size:64 GB;
CPUM#0-CHIP#0 Status:Normal; Ver:0201h; Serial:PP0629L068 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA06761-D104 A0
;
+ Freq:2.150 GHz; Type:16;
+ Core:2; Strand:2;
CPUM#0-CHIP#1 Status:Normal; Ver:0201h; Serial:PP0629L068 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA06761-D104 A0
;
+ Freq:2.150 GHz; Type:16;
+ Core:2; Strand:2;
:
CPUM#3-CHIP#0 Status:Normal; Ver:0201h; Serial:PP0629L066 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA06761-D104 A0
;
+ Freq:2.150 GHz; Type:16;
+ Core:2; Strand:2;
CPUM#3-CHIP#1 Status:Normal; Ver:0201h; Serial:PP0629L066 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA06761-D104 A0
;
+ Freq:2.150 GHz; Type:16;
+ Core:2; Strand:2;
MEMB#0 Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:01068
;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA20393-B54X A1
;
MEM#0A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123520;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#0B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123e25;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#1A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123722;
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+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#1B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123b25;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#2A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123e20;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#2B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123822;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#3A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123724;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#3B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123b20;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
:
MEMB#7 Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:01100
;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA20393-B54X A1
;
MEM#0A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016910;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#0B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016911;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#1A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016a14;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#1B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d017e22;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#2A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016a13;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#2B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016417;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#3A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d017617;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#3B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016b12;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
DDC_A#0 Status:Normal;
DDC_A#1 Status:Normal;
DDC_A#2 Status:Normal;
DDC_A#3 Status:Normal;
DDC_B#0 Status:Normal;
DDC_B#1 Status:Normal;
IOU#0 Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:7867000395 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA20393-B55X A4
;
DDC_A#0 Status:Normal;
DDCR Status:Normal;
DDC_B#0 Status:Normal;
PCI#2 Name_Property:; Card_Type:DownLink;
+ Ver:16h; Serial:XF01CF; Type:Optic;
+ Connection:IOX@X06M/IOB1;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF005017040/5017040-03;
IOX@X06M Serial:XCX06M;
IOB1 Serial:XE0097; Type:PCI-Express;
+ FRU-Part-Number:5016939-04;
LINK Ver:16h; Serial:XF01A2; Type:Optic;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF005017040/5017040-03;
SLOT6 Name_Property:lpfc;
PS0 Serial:DD0250;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1701 A1 /3001701-04;
PS1 Serial:DD0166;
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+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#1B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123b25;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#2A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123e20;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#2B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123822;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#3A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123724;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#3B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000004572T128000HR3.7A
252b-04123b20;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
:
MEMB#7 Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:01100
;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA20393-B54X A1
;
MEM#0A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016910;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#0B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016911;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#1A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016a14;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#1B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d017e22;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#2A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016a13;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#2B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016417;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#3A Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d017617;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
MEM#3B Status:Normal;
+ Code:c1000000000000005372T128000HR3.7A
356d-0d016b12;
+ Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
DDC_A#0 Status:Normal;
DDC_A#1 Status:Normal;
DDC_A#2 Status:Normal;
DDC_A#3 Status:Normal;
DDC_B#0 Status:Normal;
DDC_B#1 Status:Normal;
IOU#0 Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:7867000395 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA20393-B55X A4
;
DDC_A#0 Status:Normal;
DDCR Status:Normal;
DDC_B#0 Status:Normal;
PCI#2 Name_Property:; Card_Type:DownLink;
+ Ver:16h; Serial:XF01CF; Type:Optic;
+ Connection:IOX@X06M/IOB1;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF005017040/5017040-03;
IOX@X06M Serial:XCX06M;
IOB1 Serial:XE0097; Type:PCI-Express;
+ FRU-Part-Number:5016939-04;
LINK Ver:16h; Serial:XF01A2; Type:Optic;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF005017040/5017040-03;
SLOT6 Name_Property:lpfc;
PS0 Serial:DD0250;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1701 A1 /3001701-04;
PS1 Serial:DD0166;
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+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1701 A1 /3001701-04;
PCI#4 Name_Property:; Card_Type:DownLink;
+ Ver:16h; Serial:XF019N; Type:Optic;
+ Connection:IOX@X06M/IOB0;
+ FRU-Part-Number:5017040-03;
IOX@X06M Serial:XCX06M;
IOB0 Serial:XX00CP; Type:PCI-X;
+ FRU-Part-Number:5016938-04;
LINK Ver:16h; Serial:XF0191; Type:Optic;
+ FRU-Part-Number:5017040-03;
PS0 Serial:DD0250;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1701 A1 /3001701-04;
PS1 Serial:DD0166;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1701 A1 /3001701-04;
IOU#1 Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:78670000376 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA20393-B55X A4
;
DDC_A#0 Status:Normal;
DDCR Status:Normal;
DDC_B#0 Status:Normal;
XSCFU Status:Normal,Active; Ver:0101h; Serial:7867000262 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA20393-B56X A0
;
OPNL Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:7867000087 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA00629-D061 A0
;
* PSU#0 Status:Normal; Serial:0000000-ASTECB10 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1898 0002 /300-1898-00-02;
+ Power_Status:Off; AC:200 V;
PSU#1 Status:Normal; Serial:0000000-ASTECB18 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1898 0002 /300-1898-00-02;
+ Power_Status:Off; AC:200 V;
PSU#2 Status:Normal; Serial:0000000-DELTAB19 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1898 0002 /300-1898-00-02;
+ Power_Status:Off; AC:200 V;
PSU#3 Status:Normal; Serial:0000000-ASTECB09 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CF00300-1898 0002 /300-1898-00-02;
+ Power_Status:Off; AC:200 V;
FANBP_C Status:Normal; Ver:0101h; Serial:7867000053 ;
+ FRU-Part-Number:CA06629-D051 001AA
;
FAN_A#0 Status:Normal;
FAN_A#1 Status:Normal;
FAN_A#2 Status:Normal;
FAN_A#3 Status:Normal;
EXAMPLE 2
Displays the number of installed FRUs in SPARC Enterprise M9000.
XSCF> showhardconf -u
SPARC Enterprise M9000; Memory_Size:432 GB;
+-----------------------------------+------------+
|
FRU
| Quantity |
+-----------------------------------+------------+
| CMU
|
9
|
|
CPUM
|
36
|
|
Freq:2.277 GHz;
|
( 30)
|
|
Freq:2.376 GHz;
|
(
6)
|
|
MEM
|
224
|
|
Type:1B; Size:1 GB;
|
( 16)
|
|
Type:2B; Size:2 GB;
|
( 208)
|
| IOU
|
9
|
| IOBOX
|
1
|
|
IOB
|
2
|
|
PSU
|
2
|
| XSCFU_B
|
2
|
| XSCFU_C
|
2
|
| XBU_B
|
16
|
| CLKU_B
|
4
|
| OPNL
|
1
|
| PSU
|
30
|
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| FANBP_A
|
2
|
| FANBP_B
|
2
|
|
FAN_A
|
32
|
| SWBP
|
2
|
| MEDBP
|
2
|
+-----------------------------------+------------+
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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showhostname(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showhostname - display the current host name for the XSCF unit
showhostname {-a | xscfu}
showhostname -h
DESCRIPTION
showhostname(8) command displays the current host name for the XSCF unit.
The host name is displayed in Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) format.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
OPERANDS
The following options are supported:
-a
Displays the current host names for all XSCF units. If an XSCF
unit name is specified with the -a option, the XSCF unit name is
ignored.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
The following operand is supported:
xscfu
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Specifies the XSCF unit name to be displayed. One of the
following values can be specified. If xscfu is specified with the
-a option, xscfu is ignored.
xscf#0
XSCF unit 0
xscf#1
XSCF unit 1 (when a duplicated
configuration is used)
■
In case the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, a defect occurred on standby
XSCF unit shows a message.
■
The sethostname(8) command sets a host name for an XSCF unit.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the current host names for all XSCF units.
XSCF> showhostname -a
xscf#0: scf0-hostname.example.com
xscf#1: scf1-hostname.example.com
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EXAMPLE 2
Displays the host name for XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> showhostname xscf#0
xscf#0: scf0-hostname.example.com
EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
sethostname(8)
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showhttps(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showhttps - display the status of the HTTPS service set for the XSCF network
showhttps
showhttps -h
DESCRIPTION
The showhttps(8) command displays the status of the HTTPS service currently set
for the XSCF network.
With this command, whether the HTTPS service is operating and the installation
status of the information that is necessary for authentication can be checked. If it is
installed, the installation date is also displayed.
The following states are displayed:
Privileges
HTTPS Status
Indicates whether the HTTPS service is operating
Server key
Indicates whether the private key of the web server has been
installed
CA key
Indicates whether the private key of the certification authority
has been installed
CA cert
Indicates whether the certificate of the certification authority has
been installed
CSR
The certificate of the web server
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
Displays usage statement.
The sethttps(8) command make settings for the HTTPS service in the XSCF
network.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the status of the HTTPS service.
XSCF> showhttps
HTTPS status: enabled
Server key: installed in Apr 24 12:34:56 JST 2006
CA key: installed in Apr 24 12:00:34 JST 200
CA cert: installed in Apr 24 12:00:34 JST 200
CSR:
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST----MIIBwjCCASsCAQAwgYExCzAJBgNVBAYTAmpqMQ4wDAYDVQQIEwVzdGF0ZTERMA8G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-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----
EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
sethttps(8)
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showldap(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showldap - display the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
configuration for the Service Processor
showldap
showldap [-c ]
showldap -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showldap(8) displays the Service Processor LDAP configuration. When invoked
without options, showldap displays all LDAP configuration except for the
certificate chain and the password used when binding to the LDAP server.
You must have useradm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c
Displays the LDAP server certification chain.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying All LDAP Configuration Data
XSCF> showldap
Bind Name: user
Base Distinguishing Name: ou=people,dc=company,dc=com
LDAP Search Timeout: 60
Bind password: Set
LDAP Servers: ldap://company.com:389
CERTS: None
EXAMPLE 2
Displaying All LDAP Configuration Data
XSCF> showldap -c
There are no certificates configured.
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setldap(8)
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showlocale(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showlocale - display the current setting for the XSCF locale
showlocale
showlocale -h
DESCRIPTION
The showlocale(8) command displays the current setting for the XSCF locale.
Either of the following is displayed:
Privileges
C
English
ja_JP.UTF-8
Japanese
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The setlocale(8) command sets a locale for the XSCF.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the current setting for the XSCF locale (when English is set).
XSCF> showlocale
C
EXAMPLE 2
Displays the current setting for the XSCF locale (when Japanese is set).
XSCF> showocale
ja_JP.UTF-8
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setlocale(8)
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showlocator(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showlocator - display the state of the CHECK LED on the operator panel
showlocator
showlocator -h
DESCRIPTION
showlocator(8) command displays the blink state of the CHECK LED on the
operator panel.
The one of the following state is displayed:
Privileges
Off
Indicates normal operation, which means either the circuit
breaker is off or power is not being supplied.
Blinking
Indicates that the unit is a maintenance target.
On
Indicates that an error was detected in the main unit.
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The setlocator(8) command can be used to specify the blink state of the CHECK
LED.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the CHECK LED state.
XSCF> showlocator
Locator LED status:Blinking
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setlocator(8)
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showlogs(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showlogs - display the specified log
showlogs [-t time [-T time] | -p timestamp] [-v | -V | -S] [-r] [-M] error
showlogs [-t time [-T time] | -p timestamp] [-v] [-r] [-M] event
showlogs [-t time [-T time]] [-r] [-M] {power | env}
showlogs [-r] [-M] monitor
showlogs -d domain_id [-t time [-T time]] [-r] [-M] {console | ipl | panic}
showlogs -h
DESCRIPTION
The showlogs(8) command displays the specified log.
Log data is displayed in the order of timestamps, starting from the oldest data by
default. Depending on the target for the log collection, the following logs can be
specified:
For Field Replaceable Unit (FRU)
For domain
Privileges
■
Error log (sometimes includes scan log)
■
Power log
■
Event log
■
Temperature and humidity record
■
Monitoring message log
■
Console message log
■
Panic message log
■
IPL message log
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
■
Error log, Event log, Temperature and humidity record, and Monitor message
log:
platadm, platop, fieldeng
■
Power log:
platadm, platop, domainadm, domainmgr, fieldeng
■
Scan log:
fieldeng
■
Console message log, Panic message log, and IPL message log:
platadm, platop, domainadm, domainmgr, domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-d domain_id
Specifies the number of a domain to be displayed. This option
can be specified for domain specific log. domain_id can be 0–23
depending on the system configuration.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
-p timestamp
Specifies a timestamp in a log when one log is to be displayed.
This option can be specified for an error log or event log.
timestamp is specified in one of the following formats:
yyyy-mm-dd,hh:mm:ss
The timestamp is specified in the ’year-month-day,
hour:minute:second’ format.
mm/dd/yy,hh:mm:ss
The timestamp is specified in the ’month/day/year,
hour:minute:second’ format.
Monddhh:mm:ssyyyy
The timestamp is specified in the ’month-name, day,
hour:minute:second, year’ format.
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-r
Displays a log in the order of timestamps, starting from the
latest timestamp. By default, the display of log data in the order
of timestamps starts from the oldest data.
-S
Displays a scan log attached to an error log. Only a user having
the fieldeng privilege can specify this operand. This cannot
be specified together with the-v option or -V option.
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-t time
Specifies the start date and time of the display range for log
data. It is specified in one of the following formats:
yyyy-mm-dd,hh:mm
The timestamp is specified in the ’year-month-day, hour:minute’
format.
mm/dd/yy,hh:mm
The timestamp is specified in the ’month/day/year, hour:minute’
format.
Monddhh:mmyyyy
The timestamp is specified in the ’month-name, day, hour:minute,
year’ format.
yyyy-mm-dd,hh:mm:ss
The timestamp is specified in the ’year-month-day,
hour:minute:second’ format.
mm/dd/yy,hh:mm:ss
The timestamp is specified in the ’month/day/year,
hour:minute:second’ format.
Monddhh:mm:ssyyyy
The timestamp is specified in the ’month-name, day,
hour:minute:second, year’ format.
Even if the -r option is specified together with this option, the
specified -t and -T options are not reversed.
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-T time
Specifies the end date and time of the display range for log data.
It is specified in one of the following formats:
yyyy-mm-dd,hh:mm
The timestamp is specified in the ’year-month-day, hour:minute’
format.
mm/dd/yy,hh:mm
The timestamp is specified in the ’month/day/year, hour:minute’
format.
Monddhh:mmyyyy
The timestamp is specified in the ’month-name, day, hour:minute,
year’ format.
yyyy-mm-dd,hh:mm:ss
The timestamp is specified in the ’year-month-day,
hour:minute:second’ format.
mm/dd/yy,hh:mm:ss
The timestamp is specified in the ’month/day/year,
hour:minute:second’ format.
Monddhh:mm:ssyyyy
The timestamp is specified in the ’month-name, day,
hour:minute:second, year’ format.
Even if the -r option is specified together with this option, the
specified -t and -T options are not reversed. The -T option
cannot be used for the monitoring message log.
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-v
Displays a log in detail. Details of Diagnostic Codes UUID
and MSG-ID, which are used by the fmadm(8) and fmdump(8)
commands, are also displayed in addition to the items normally
displayed. This option cannot be specified together with the -S
or -V option. This option can be specified for an error log or
event log.
-V
Displays a log in greater detail. If detailed log information on
machine administration and OBP console log information have
already been collected, they are also displayed in addition to the
information displayed by the -v option. This option cannot be
specified together with the -S or the -v option. This option can
be specified for an error log.
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OPERANDS
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
The following operands are supported:
error
Displays the error log. (sometimes includes scan log)
power
Displays the power log.
event
Displays the event log.
env
Displays the temperature and humidity record.
monitor
Displays the monitoring message log.
console
Displays the console message log.
panic
Displays the panic message log.
ipl
Displays the IPL message log.
Logs are displayed in the following formats:
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Error log
Default
Date: Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Code: xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Status: Alarm
Occurred: Mar 30 17:45:31.000 JST 2005
FRU: PSU#1,PSU#2,*
Msg: ACFAIL occurred (ACS=3)(FEP type = A1)
Case where the -v option is specified
Date: Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Code: xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Status: Alarm
Occurred: Mar 30 17:45:31.000 JST 2005
FRU: PSU#1,PSU#2,*
Msg: ACFAIL occurred (ACS=3)(FEP type = A1)
Diagnostic Code:
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
UUID: bf36f0ea-9e47-42b5-fc6f-c0d979c4c8f4 MSG-ID:FMD-8000-11
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Case where the -V option is specified
Date: Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Code: xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Status: Alarm
Occurred: Mar 30 17:45:31.000 JST 2005
FRU: PSU#1,PSU#2,*
Msg: ACFAIL occurred (ACS=3)(FEP type = A1)
Diagnostic Code:
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
UUID: bf36f0ea-9e47-42b5-fc6f-c0d979c4c8f4 MSG-ID:FMD-8000-11
Diagnostic Messages:
:
:
Case where the -S option is specified
Date: Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Code: xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Status: Alarm
Occurred: Mar 30 17:45:31.000 JST 2005
FRU: PSU#1,PSU#2,*
Msg: ACFAIL occurred (ACS=3)(FEP type = A1)
Diagnostic Code:
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
UUID: bf36f0ea-9e47-42b5-fc6f-c0d979c4c8f4 MSG-ID:FMD-8000-11
Detail log: SCAN MINOR RC 2K
0000: xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
0010: xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx
:
:
Date:
Log collection date and time (month day hour:minute:second
time-zone year)
The displayed time is the local time.
Code:
Error code
Data is displayed in 16-byte format.
Occurred:
Date (Month Day Hour: Minute: Second TimeZone Year) when
an error occurred.
This date is displayed as the local time.
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Error status
Status:
Either of the following is displayed:
Warning
Partial degradation of the unit or warning
about the FRU
Alarm
FRU failure or error
Suspected faulty unit
FRU:
The suspected faulty units that are displayed and delimited by a
comma (,) are the units most likely and second most likely to be
faulty. If there are three suspected faulty units, asterisk (*) is
displayed next to the unit third most likely to be faulty. Display
of more than two suspected faulty units depends on whether
more than two suspected faulty units are detected.
Msg:
Error description
Diagnostic
Code:
Detailed error code
UUID:
Abbreviation for Universal Unique Identifier
The displayed code is a hexadecimal number.
This is a globally unique ID that is a 32-digit hexadecimal
number.
MSG-ID:
Unique message ID
Diagnostic
Messages:
Detailed message
Detail log:
Scan log code
If the log has a detailed message, it is displayed.
This code is displayed when the log includes a scan log.
Address: Displayed in hexadecimal notation.
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Power log
Date
Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 30
Mar 30
17:25:31
17:35:31
17:45:31
17:50:31
:
:
JST
JST
JST
JST
2005
2005
2005
2005
Event
Cause
System Power Off Power Failure
System Power On
AC Restored
Domain Power On
Panel
Domain Power Off Operator
System Administration
DID Switch
-Service
-Locked
00
Locked
10
Service
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Date:
Log collection date and time (month day hour:minute:second
time-zone year)
The displayed time is the local time.
Event:
Power status
One of the following states is displayed:
Cause:
Domain Power On
The domain power is on.
Domain Power Off
The domain power is off.
System Power On
The main unit power is on.
System Power Off
The main unit power is off.
SCF Reset
XSCF is in the reset state.
Domain Reset
XSCF is in the reset state.
XIR
XSCF is in the reset state.
Factor that caused this Status
One of the following factors is displayed:
Self Reset, Power On, System Reset, Panel, Scheduled,
RCI, AC Restored, Operator, Poweron Restart, Power
Failure, SW Request, Alarm, Fatal, Panic
DID:
Domain ID
domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system configuration.
Switch:
Status of the mode switch of the operator panel
One of the following states are displayed:
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Locked
Normal operation mode
Service
Service mode
Event log
Default
Date
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Mar 30 17:55:31 JST 2005
:
:
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Message
System power on
System power off
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Case where the -v option is specified
Date
Message
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
System power on
Switch= Service RCIaddr=000105ff
Code=xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx
xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx
Date:
Log collection date and time (month day hour:minute:second
time-zone year)
The displayed time is the local time.
Message:
Event message
Switch:
Status of the mode switch of the operator panel
One of the following states are displayed:
RCIaddr:
Locked
Normal operation mode
Service
Service mode
Remote Cabinet Interface (RCI) address
If RCI is supported, the RCI address is displayed as an eightdigit hexadecimal number.
Code:
Detailed event information
The displayed information is in hexadecimal format
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TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY RECORD
Date
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Mar 30 17:55:31 JST 2005
:
:
Temperature
32.56(C)
32.56(C)
System Administration
Humidity
60.20%
60.25%
Power
System Power On
System Power Off
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Date:
Log collection date and time (month day hour:minute:second
time-zone year)
The displayed time is the local time.
Temperature:
Intake air temperature
Decimal numbers are displayed to two decimal places. The unit
is degree Celsius ( C).
Humidity:
Humidity
The displayed numbers are percentages (%). However, nothing
is displayed for the midrange server.
Power:
Power state of the main unit
Either of the following states is displayed:
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System Power ON
The main unit power is on.
System Power OFF
The main unit power is off.
Monitoring message log
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Mar 30 17:55:31 JST 2005
:
monitor message
monitor message
Each line of display has a date and time paired with a monitoring message. The
time in the displayed log collection date and time (month day
hour:minute:second time-zone year) is the local time.
■
Console message log
DomainID: 00
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Mar 30 17:55:31 JST 2005
:
console message
console message
[First line]
DomainID:
Domain ID
domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system configuration.
[Second and subsequent lines]
Each line of display has a date and time paired with a console message.
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The time in the displayed log collection date and time (month day
hour:minute:second time-zone year) is the local time.
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Panic message log
<<panic>>
Date: Mar 30 18:45:31 JST 2005
DomainID: 00
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
panic message
Mar 30 17:55:31 JST 2005
panic message
:
[Second line]
Date:
Panic occurrence date and time (month day hour:minute:second
time-zone year)
The displayed time is the local time.
DomainID:
Domain ID
domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system configuration.
[Third and subsequent lines]
Each line of display has a date and time paired with a panic message.
The time in the displayed log collection date and time (month day
hour:minute:second time-zone year) is the local time.
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IPL message log
<<ipl>>
Date: Mar 30 18:45:31 JST 2005
DomainID: 00
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
ipl message
Mar 30 17:55:31 JST 2005
ipl message
:
[Second line]
Date:
IPL date and time (month day hour:minute:second time-zone
year)
The displayed time is the local time.
DomainID:
Domain ID
domain_id can be 0–23 depending on the system configuration.
[Third and subsequent lines]
Each line of display has a date and time paired with an IPL message.
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The time in the displayed log collection date and time (month day
hour:minute:second time-zone year) is the local time.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays an error log.
XSCF> showlogs error
Date: Mar 30 12:45:31 JST 2005
Code: 00112233-44556677-8899aabbcceeff0
Status: Alarm
Occurred: Mar 30 17:45:31.000 JST 2005
FRU: IOU#0/PCI#3
Msg: offline(vendor=FUJITSU, product=MAJ3182MC)
Date: Mar 30 15:45:31 JST 2005
Code: 00112233-44556677-8899aabbcceeff0
Status: Warning
Occurred: Mar 30 17:45:31.000 JST 2005
FRU: PSU#1,PSU#2
Msg: ACFAIL occurred (ACS=3)(FEP type = A1)
Date: Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Code: 00112233-44556677-8899aabbcceeff0
Status: Alarm
Occurred: Mar 30 17:45:31.000 JST 2005
FRU: PSU#1,PSU#2,*
Msg: ACFAIL occurred (ACS=3)(FEP type = A1)
EXAMPLE 2
Displays an error log in detail for the times of the specified timestamp (-v).
XSCF> showlogs error -p Mar3012:45:312005 -v
Date: Mar 30 12:45:31 JST 2005
Code: 00112233-44556677-8899aabbcceeff0
Status: Alarm
Component: IOU#0/PCI#3
Msg: offline(vendor=FUJITSU, product=MAJ3182MC)
Diagnostic Code:
00112233 44556677 8899aabb
00112233 44556677 8899aabb ccddeeff
00112233 44556677 8899aabb ccddeeff
UUID: bf36f0ea-9e47-42b5-fc6f-c0d979c4c8f4 MSG-ID: FMD-8000-11
EXAMPLE 3
Displays an error log in greater detail for the times of the specified
timestamp (-V).
XSCF> showlogs error -p Mar3012:45:312005 -V
Date: Mar 30 12:45:31 JST 2005
Code: 00112233-44556677-8899aabbcceeff0
Status: Alarm
Occurred: Mar 30 17:45:31.000 JST 2005
FRU: IOU#0/PCI#3
Msg: offline(vendor=FUJITSU, product=MAJ3182MC)
Diagnostic Code:
00112233 44556677 8899aabb
00112233 44556677 8899aabb ccddeeff
00112233 44556677 8899aabb ccddeeff
UUID: bf36f0ea-9e47-42b5-fc6f-c0d979c4c8f4 MSG-ID: FMD-8000-11
Diagnostic Messages
Jul 11 16:17:42 plato10 root: [ID 702911 user.error] WARNING: /
pci@83,4000/scsi@2/sd@0,0 (sd47):
Jul 11 16:17:42 plato10 root: [ID 702911 user.error]
incomplete writegiving up
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EXAMPLE 4
Displays a power log.
XSCF> showlogs
Date
Mar 30 17:25:31
Mar 30 17:35:31
Mar 30 17:45:31
Mar 30 17:50:31
EXAMPLE 5
JST
JST
JST
JST
2005
2005
2005
2005
Event
System Power Off
System Power On
Domain Power Off
Domain Power On
DID Switch
-Service
-Locked
00
Locked
00
Service
power
JST
JST
JST
JST
2005
2005
2005
2005
Event
Domain
Domain
System
System
Power
Power
Power
Power
Cause
On Operator
Off Operator
On AC Restored
Off Power Failure
DID
00
00
---
Switch
Service
Locked
Locked
Service
Displays the specified range of a power log.
XSCF> showlogs power -t Mar3017:302005 -T
Date
Event
Mar 30 17:35:31 JST 2005
System Power On
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Domain Power Off
EXAMPLE 7
Cause
Power Failure
AC Restored
Operator
Operator
Displays a power log in the order of timestamps, starting from the latest
timestamp.
XSCF> showlogs
Date
Mar 30 17:50:31
Mar 30 17:45:31
Mar 30 17:35:31
Mar 30 17:25:31
EXAMPLE 6
power
Mar3017:492005
Cause
AC Restored
Operator
DID
-00
Switch
Locked
Locked
Displays the specified range of a power log. The log is displayed in the order of timestamps, starting from the latest timestamp.
XSCF> showlogs power -t Mar3017:302005 -T Mar3017:492005 -r
Date
Event
Cause
DID Switch
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Domain Power Off Operator
00
Locked
Mar 30 17:35:31 JST 2005
System Power On
AC Restored
-Locked
EXAMPLE 8
Displays the specified date of a power log. Data with this date or later in
the log is displayed.
XSCF> showlogs
Date
Mar 30 17:35:31
Mar 30 17:45:31
Mar 30 17:50:31
EXAMPLE 9
power -t Mar3017:302005
JST 2005
JST 2005
JST 2005
Event
System Power On
Domain Power Off
Domain Power On
Cause
AC Restored
Panel
Operator
DID
-00
00
Switch
Locked
Locked
Service
Displays a console message log of the domain ID 0.
XSCF> showlogs console -d 00
DomainID:00
Mar 30 17:45:31 JST 2005
Executing last command: boot
Mar 30 17:55:31 JST 2005
Boot device: /pci@83,4000/FJSV,ulsa@2,1/
disk@0,0:a File and args:
Mar 30 17:55:32 JST 2005
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Note: The codes or messages shown here may differ from those actually displayed.
EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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showlookup(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showlookup - display the configuration for authentication and privileges lookup
showlookup
showlookup -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showlookup(8) displays configuration settings for authentication and privileges.
You must have useradm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying Settings for Authentication and Privileges
XSCF> showlookup
Privileges lookup:Local only
Authentication lookup: Local and LDAP
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setlookup(8)
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showmonitorlog(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showmonitorlog - display the contents of monitoring messages in real time
showmonitorlog
showmonitorlog -h
DESCRIPTION
The showmonitorlog(8) command displays the contents of monitoring messages
in real time.
When the showmonitorlog(8) command is executed, the XSCF shell is occupied
for the display of monitoring messages. When a monitoring message is registered,
the contents of the message are displayed.
To stop the real-time display, press the Ctrl + C key combination.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, platop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays usage statement.
Displays the contents of a monitoring message in real time.
XSCF> showmonitorlog
Apr 13 12:32:16 XXXXX Alarm: /CMU#1,/CMU#0/DDC#0:ANALYZE:SC-IOU I/F fatal
error 0x00000000;
:
:
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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shownameserver(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
shownameserver - display the registered domain name system (DNS) servers
specified on the XSCF network
shownameserver
shownameserver -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
shownameserver(8) command displays the registered DNS servers in the XSCF
network.
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Displays usage statement.
The setnameserver(8) command sets the DNS servers used in the XSCF network.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the DNS servers currently set for the XSCF network. The following example shows that three DNS servers have been set:
XSCF> shownameserver
nameserver 192.168.1.2
nameserver 10.18.108.10
nameserver 10.24.1.2
EXAMPLE 2
Displays the DNS servers currently set for the XSCF network. The following example shows that no DNS server is set:
XSCF> shownameserver
---
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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shownetwork(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
shownetwork - display information of network interfaces for XSCF
shownetwork [-M] {-a | -i | interface}
shownetwork -h
DESCRIPTION
shownetwork(8) command displays current information of network interfaces for
XSCF.
Information on the specified network interface or all the network interfaces can be
displayed. The following information is displayed:
Privileges
xscf#x-y
XSCF network interface name
HWaddr
MAC address (hexadecimal notation)
inet addr
IP address
Bcast
Broadcast
Mask
Net mask
UP/DOWN
Whether the network interface is enabled
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a
Displays information for all XSCF network interfaces.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
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OPERANDS
The following operands are supported:
interface
Specifies the network interface whose information is to be
displayed. One of the following values can be specified,
depending on the system configuration. If this operand is
specified with the -a option, the operand is ignored.
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For midrange server:
For XSCF unit 0 :
xscf#0-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#0-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
xscf#0-if
Interface between XSCF units (Inter SCF
Network; ISN)
For abbreviation:
lan#0
an abbreviattion of XSCF-LAN#0
lan#1
an abbreviattion of XSCF-LAN#1
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For high-end server:
For XSCF unit 0 :
xscf#0-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#0-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
xscf#0-if
Interface between XSCF units (Inter SCF
Network; ISN)
For XSCF unit 1 (when a duplicated configuration is used):
xscf#1-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#1-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
xscf#1-if
ISN
For takeover IP address:
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lan#1
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
■
When the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration in the high-end server, a
takeover IP address can be used without a need to determine whether XSCF has
been switched. By setting the LAN ports of the active XSCF unit as lan#0 and
lan#1, they can be accessed with the names lan#0 and lan#1. As default
values, lan#0 is set to xscf#0-lan#0 and lan#1 is set to xscf#0-lan#1.
■
In the midrange server, the value of the lan#0 is fixed with xscf#0-lan#0, and
the lan#1 is fixed with xscf#0-lan#1.
■
When the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration in the high-end server and
when the takeover IP address has been disabled by setnetwork(8) command,
nothing will be displayed even though the takeover IP address is specified by the
shownetwork(8) command.
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The setnetwork(8) command configures a network interface used by the XSCF.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the information for XSCF-LAN#0 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> shownetwork xscf#0-lan#1
xscf#0-lan#1
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:56
inet addr:192.168.10.11 Bcast: 192.168.10.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:54424 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:14369 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:20241827 (19.3 MiB) TX bytes:2089769 (1.9 MiB)
Base address:0x1000
EXAMPLE 2
Displays the information for XSCF-LAN#1 on XSCF unit 0 in the midrange
server.
XSCF> shownetwork lan#1
xscf#0-lan#1
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:56
inet addr:192.168.10.11 Bcast: 192.168.10.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:54424 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:14369 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:20241827 (19.3 MiB) TX bytes:2089769 (1.9 MiB)
Base address:0x1000
EXAMPLE 3
Displays the information for ISN on the XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> shownetwork xscf#0-if
xscf#0-if
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:56
inet addr:192.168.10.128 Bcast: 192.168.10.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:54424 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:14369 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:(0.0 B) TX bytes:17010 (16.6 KiB)
Base address:0x1000
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EXAMPLE 4
Displays the information for XSCF-LAN#0 on XSCF Unit 0.
XSCF> shownetwork xscf#0-lan#0
xscf#0-lan#0
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:56
inet addr:192.168.11.10 Bcast:192.168.11.255 Mask 255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:54424 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:14369 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:14541827 (13.8 MiB) TX bytes:1459769 (1.3 MiB)
Base address:0x1000
EXAMPLE 5
Displays the information for the takeover IP address for XSCF-LAN#0.
XSCF> shownetwork lan#0
lan#0
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:56
inet addr:192.168.1.10
Bcast:192.168.1.255
Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
Base address:0xe000
EXAMPLE 6
Displays the current settings of XSCF network.
XSCF> shownetwork -i
Active Internet connections (without servers)
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address
Foreign Address
tcp
0
0 xx.xx.xx.xx:telnet
xxxx:1617
EXAMPLE 7
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State
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shownetwork(8)
server.
XSCF> shownetwork -a
xscf#0-lan#0
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:56
inet addr: 192.168.11.10 Bcast: 192.168.11.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:54424 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:14369 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:12241827 (11.3 MiB) TX bytes:1189769 (0.9 MiB)
Base address:0x1000
xscf#0-lan#1
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:57
inet addr:192.168.10.11 Bcast: 192.168.10.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:54424 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:14369 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:20241827 (19.3 MiB) TX bytes:2089769 (1.9 MiB)
Base address:0x1000
xscf#0-if Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:00:00:00:00:00
inet addr:192.168.10.128 Bcast:192.168.10.255 Mask: 255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:54424 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:14369 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:0 (0.0 B) TX bytes:17010 (16.6 KiB)
Base address:0x1000
xscf#1-lan#0
HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:59
inet addr:192.168.10.12 Mask:255.255.255.0
xscf#1-lan#1
HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:60
xscf#1-if
HWaddr 00:00:00:12:34:61
XSCF>
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
applynetwork(8), setnetwork(8)
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shownotice(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
shownotice - display copyright and license information for the eXtended System
Control Facility (XSCF) Control Package (XCP)
shownotice [-c {copyright|license}]
shownotice -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
The shownotice(8) command displays by page the copyright and, if available,
license files for the XCP. When used without an option, shownotice displays
copyright information and any available license information. You can display only
the copyright or the license file by specifying the -c option.
No privileges are required to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c {copyright|license}
Specifies for display by page either the copyright file or the license file for the
XCP.
copyright
Specifies for display only the copyright file.
license
Specifies for display only the license file, if a license file is available for your
platform. If the license file for your platform is not available for the
shownotice command, the license argument is not supported.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or operands, an
error occurs.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Display Only Copyright Information
XSCF> shownotice -c copyright
[Copyright text displays.]
EXAMPLE 2
Display Copyright and License Information
XSCF> shownotice
[Copyright text displays.]
[License text displays (if available).]
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showntp(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showntp - display the NTP servers currently set for the XSCF network
showntp {-l | -a | address}
showntp -h
DESCRIPTION
The showntp(8) command displays the NTP servers currently set for the XSCF
network.
Besides being capable of displaying the NTP servers that are set, the command can
be used to confirm the following information:
Privileges
■
Whether synchronization with an NTP server is being maintained
■
Whether the NTP service has been started
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
OPERANDS
The following options are supported:
-a
Displays all the NTP servers currently set for the XSCF network.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-l
Displays whether synchronization with an NTP server is being
maintained.
The following operand is supported:
address
Specifies the IP address of an NTP server to be displayed. A
specified IP address is a set of four integer values delimited by
the period (.). If the -a option is specified, the operand is
ignored. The following address form is accepted:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
where:
xxx
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
An integer from 0–255. Zero suppression can
be used to specify the integer.
The setntp(8) command sets the NTP servers used in the XSCF network.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays all NTP servers being currently set.
XSCF> showntp -a
server ntp1.example.com prefer # [1] ntp server name
server ntp2.example.com # [2] ntp server name
EXAMPLE 2
Confirms synchronization with an NTP server and displays the results.
XSCF> showntp -l
remote
refid
st t when poll reach
delay
offset jitter
========================================================================
*192.168.0.27
192.168.1.56 2 u
27
64 377
12.929
-2.756
1.993
+192.168.0.57
192.168.1.86 2 u
32
64 377
13.030
2.184 94.421
127.127.1.0
LOCAL(0)
5 l
44
64 377
0.000
0.000
0.008
EXIT STATUS
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setntp(8)
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showpasswordpolicy(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showpasswordpolicy - display the current password settings
showpasswordpolicy
showpasswordpolicy -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showpasswordpolicy(8) displays the password policy settings. These include
default password expiration settings for new accounts, pam_cracklib parameters,
and the number of passwords to keep in password history for each user.
You must have useradm privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays usage statement.
Displaying Password Policy Settings
XSCF> showpasswordpolicy
Mindays: 0
Maxdays: 99999
Warn:
7
Inactive: -1
Expiry:
0
Retry:
3
Difok:
10
Minlen:
9
Dcredit: 1
Ucredit: 1
Lcredit: 1
Ocredit: 1
Remember: 3
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setpasswordpolicy(8)
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showpowerupdelay(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showpowerupdelay - display the current settings for the warm-up time of the
system and wait time before system startup
showpowerupdelay
showpowerupdelay -h
DESCRIPTION
The showpowerupdelay(8) command displays the current settings for the warmup time of the system and wait time before system startup.
The following settings are displayed:
Privileges
warmup time
Warm-up time
wait time
Wait time before system startup
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, platop, domainadm, domainmgr, domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
Displays usage statement.
The setpowerupdelay(8) command sets the warm-up time of the system and a
wait time before system startup.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the warm-up time of the system and wait time before system startup.
XSCF> showpowerupdelay
warmup time : 10 minute(s)
wait time
: 20 minute(s)
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setpowerupdelay(8)
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showresult(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showresult - display the exit status of the most recently executed command
showresult
showresult -h
DESCRIPTION
showresult(8) command displays the exit status of the most recently executed.
showresult(8) is convenient for a remote control program to confirm whether the
most recently executed command is successfully completed.
Privileges
No privileges are required to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays usage statement.
display the exit status of setupfru(8).
XSCF> setupfru -x 1 sb 0
XSCF> showresult
0
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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showroute(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showroute - display routing information for an XSCF network interface
showroute [-M] [-n] {-a | interface}
showroute -h
DESCRIPTION
showroute(8) command displays the current routing information for an XSCF
network interface.
Routing information for the specified network interface or all the network interfaces
can be displayed. The following information is displayed:
Destination
Destination IP address
Gateway
Gateway address
Netmask
Netmask address
Flags
Flag which indicates the status of specified routing
Interface
Privileges
U
route is up
H
target is host
G
use gateway
R
reinstate route for dynamic routing
C
cache entry
!
reject route
XSCF network interface name
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a
Displays routing information that is set for all XSCF network
interfaces.
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OPERANDS
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
-n
Displays IP address without the name resolution of host name.
The following operand is supported:
interface
Specifies the network interface whose information is to be
displayed. One of the following values can be specified,
depending on the system configuration. If this operand is
specified with the -a option, the operand is ignored.
For XSCF unit 0:
xscf#0-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#0-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
For XSCF unit 1 (when a duplicated configuration is used):
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
xscf#1-lan#0
XSCF-LAN#0
xscf#1-lan#1
XSCF-LAN#1
The setroute(8) command sets routing information for the XSCF network.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays routing information for XSCF-LAN#0 on XSCF unit 0.
XSCF> showroute xscf#0-lan#0
Destination
Gateway
Netmask
server1.example *
255.255.255.0
default
192.168.10.1
0.0.0.0
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Flags Interface
U
xscf#0-lan#0
UG
xscf#0-lan#0
showroute(8)
EXAMPLE 2
Displays routing information for XSCF-LAN#0 on XSCF unit 0 without the
name resolution of host name.
XSCF> showroute -n xscf#0-lan#0
Destination
Gateway
Netmask
192.168.10.0
*
255.255.255.0
default
192.168.10.1
0.0.0.0
EXAMPLE 3
Displays all routing information for XSCF unit 0 and XSCF unit 1 in the
highend server.
XSCF> showroute -a
Kernel IP routing table
Destination
Gateway
192.168.10.0
*
default
192.168.10.1
Destination
default
XSCF>
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
Flags Interface
U
xscf#0-lan#0
UG
xscf#0-lan#0
Gateway
192.168.10.1
Netmask
255.255.255.0
0.0.0.0
Flags Interface
U
xscf#0-lan#0
UG
xscf#0-lan#0
Netmask
0.0.0.0
Interface
xscf#1-lan#0
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setroute(8)
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showshutdowndelay(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showshutdowndelay - display the shutdown wait time at power interruption of the
uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
showshutdowndelay
showshutdowndelay -h
DESCRIPTION
The showshutdowndelay(8) command displays the wait time before the start of
system shutdown for when power interruption occurs in a system connected to the
UPS.
The time set by the setshutdowndelay(8) command is displayed. The default
time set is 10 seconds.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
platadm, platop, domainadm, domainmgr, domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays usage statement.
Displays the wait time before the start of shutdown.
XSCF> showshutdowndelay
UPS shutdown wait time : 600 second(s)
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setshutdowndelay(8)
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showsmtp(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showsmtp - display the SMTP configuration information
showsmtp
showsmtp [ -v ]
showsmtp -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showsmtp(8) displays the SMTP configuration. When used without options, it
displays current SMTP configuration data.
You must have platadm or platop privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
Specifies verbose output.
-v
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
SMTP information includes the Mail Server and Reply addresses.
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying SMTP configuration
XSCF> showsmtp
Mail Server: 10.4.1.1
Port: 25
Authentication Mechanism: smtp-auth
User Name: jsmith
Password: ********
Reply Address: adm@customer.com
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setsmtp(8)
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showsnmp(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showsnmp - display the configuration information and current status of the SNMP
agent
showsnmp
showsnmp -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showsnmp(8) displays the configuration and information and current status of the
SNMP agent. This includes: agent status, port, system location, contact and
description, traphosts, SNMP version, and any enabled MIB modules.
You must have platadm or platop privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
XSCF>
Displaying SNMP Information for a System That Has Not Been Set Up
showsnmp
Agent Status:
Agent Port:
System Location:
System Contact:
System Description:
Disabled
161
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Trap Hosts: None
SNMP V1/V2c: None
Enabled MIB Modules: None
EXAMPLE 2
XSCF>
Displaying SNMP Information for a Disabled System Set Up With
SNMPv3 Trap Host
showsnmp
Agent Status:
Agent Port:
System Location:
System Contact:
System Description:
Trap Hosts:
Hostname
-------host1
Port
---162
Disabled
161
SanDiego
bob@jupiter.west
FF1
Type
---v3
Community String
---------------n/a
Username
-------jsmith
Auth Protocol
-------------SHA
SNMP V1/V2c: None
Enabled MIB Modules: None
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EXAMPLE 3
XSCF>
Displaying SNMP Information for a Enabled System Set Up With
SNMPv1/v2c Trap Host
showsnmp
Agent Status:
Agent Port:
System Location:
System Contact:
System Description:
Trap Hosts:
Hostname
-------host1
host2
host3
Port
---162
162
162
Enabled
161
SanDiego
jsmith@jupiter.west
FF1
Type
---v1
v2c
v3
Community String
---------------public
public
n/a
Username
-------jsmith
n/a
bob
SNMP V1/V2c:
Status:
Enabled
Community String: public
Enabled MIB Modules:
SP_MIB
FM_MIB
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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Auth Protocol
-------------SHA
n/a
SHA
showsnmpusm(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showsnmpusm - display the current User-based Security Model (USM) information
for the SNMP agent
showsnmpusm
showsnmpusm -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showsnmpusm(8) displays the current USM information for the SNMP agent.
You must have platadm or platop privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays usage statement.
Displaying SNMP Information for a System
XSCF> showsnmpusm
Username
Auth Protocol
--------------------jsmith
SHA
sue
MD5
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setsnmpusm(8)
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showsnmpvacm(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showsnmpvacm - display the current View-based Access Control Access (VACM)
information for the SNMP agent
showsnmpvacm
showsnmpvacm -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showsnmpvacm(8) displays the current VACM information for the SNMP agent.
You must have platadm or platop privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays usage statement.
Displaying SNMP Information for a System
XSCF> showsnmpvacm
Groups:
Groupname
Username
---------------admin
jsmith, bob
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
Views:
View
---all_view
Subtree
------.1
Access:
View
---all_view
Group
----admin
Mask
---ff
Type
---include
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setsnmpvacm(8)
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showssh(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showssh - display the status, host public keys, fingerprint, or user public keys of the
SSH service configured for the XSCF network
showssh [-c hostkey] [-M]
showssh -c pubkey [-u user_name] [-M]
showssh -h
DESCRIPTION
showssh(8) command displays the status, host public keys, fingerprint, or user
public keys of the SSH service configured for the XSCF network.
The following information is displayed:
SSH status
Validity of the SSH service
RSA key
Host public key in RSA format
DSA key
Host public key in DSA format
Fingerprint
Host public key in fingerprint format
When specified the display of user public key, the user public key number, which
automatically numbered by system, and the user public key are displayed.
Only SSH2 is supported for XSCF.
Privileges
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
■
To display the user public key of other user account:
useradm
■
To display the information other than above:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-c hostkey
Displays a host public key. If the -c option is omitted, "-c
hostkey" is assumed specified.
-c pubkey
Displays the user public key. If the -c option is omitted, "-c
hostkey" is assumed specified
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
-u user_name
Specify the user account name to display the user public key.
Should be specified with "-c pubkey." When the -u option
omitted, the user public key of the current login user account
will be displayed.
■
You can specify the automatically-numbered user public key number to delete
the user public key by setssh(8) command.
■
The setssh(8) command makes settings for the HTTPS service in the XSCF
network.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the information of host public keys.
XSCF> showssh
SSH status: enabled
RSA key:
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAt0IG3wfpQnGr51znS9XtzwHcBBb/
UU0LN08SilUXE6j+
avlxdY7AFqBf1wGxLF+Tx5pTa6HuZ8o8yUBbDZVJAAAAFQCfKPxarV+/5qzK4A43Qaigkqu/
6QAAAIBM
LQl22G8pwibESrh5JmOhSxpLzl3P26ksI8qPr+7BxmjLR0k=
Fingerprint:
1024 e4:35:6a:45:b4:f7:e8:ce:b0:b9:82:80:2e:73:33:c4 /etc/ssh/
ssh_host_rsa_key.pub
DSA key:
ssh-dss
AAAAB3NzaC1kc3MAAACBAJSy4GxD7Tk4fxFvyW1D0NUDqZQPY3PuY2IG7QC4BQ1kewDnblB8
/
JEqI+8pnfbWzmOWU37KHL19OEYNAv6v+WZT6RElU5Pyb8F16uq96L8QDMswFlICMZgrn+ilJ
NStr6r8
KDJfwOQMmK0eeDFj2mL40NOvaLQ83+rRwW6Ny/yF1Rgv6PUpUqRLw4VeRb+uOfmPRpe6/
kb4z++lOhtp
WI9bay6CK0nrFRok+z54ez7BrDFBQVuNZx9PyEFezJG9ziEYVUag/23LIAiLxxBmW9pqa/
WxC21Ja4RQ
VN3009kmVwAAAIAON1LR/
9Jdd7yyG18+Ue7eBBJHrCA0pkSzvfzzFFj5XUzQBdabh5p5Rwz+1vriawFI
ZI9j2uhM/3HQdrvYSVBEdMjaasF9hB6T/
uFwP8yqtJf6Y9GdjBAhWuH8F13pX4BtvK9IeldqCscnOuu0
e2rlUoI6GICMr64FL0YYBSwfbwLIz6PSA/yKQe23dwfkSfcwQZNq/
5pThGPi3tob5Qev2KCK2OyEDMCA
OvVlMhqHuPNpX+hE19nPdBFGzQ==
Fingerprint:
1024 9e:39:8e:cb:8a:99:ff:b4:45:12:04:2d:39:d3:28:15 /etc/ssh/
ssh_host_dsa_key.pub
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EXAMPLE 2
Displays the user public key of the current login user account.
XSCF> showssh -c pubkey
Public key:
1 ssh-rsa
AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAzFh95SohrDgpnN7zFCJCVNy+jaZPTjNDxcid
QGbihYDCBttI4151Y0Sv85FJwDpSNHNKoVLMYLjtBmUMPbGgGVB61qskSv/
FeV44hefNCZMiXGItIIpK
P0nBK4XJpCFoFbPXNUHDw1rTD9icD5U/wRFGSRRxFI+Ub5oLRxN8+A8=abcd@example.com
2 ssh-rsa
CSqGSIb3DQEJARYHZWUubWFpbDCBnzANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOBjQAwgYkCgYEA
nkPntf+TjYtyKlNYFbO/YavFpUzkYTLHdt0Fbz/
tZmGd3e6Jn34A2W9EC7D9hjLsj+kAP41Al6wFwGO7
KP3H4iImX0Uysjl9Hyk4jLBU51sw8JqvT2utTjltV5mFPKL6bDcAgY9=efgh@example.com
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setssh(8)
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showstatus(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showstatus - display the degraded Field Replaceable Units (FRUs)
showstatus [-M]
showstatus -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
showstatus(8) command displays information about degraded units that are
among the FRUs composing the system.
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, domainadm, domainmgr, domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
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DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is
the same as that of the more command.
Displays the information concerning the units failed or degraded and the units on
the next upper layer, among the FRUs composing the system. An asterisk (*)
indicating abnormal unit is displayed along with any of the following the
"Status:":
Status
Description
Faulted
The component is faulty and is not operating.
Degraded
The component is operating. However, either an error has been
detected or the component is faulty. As a result, the component
might be operating with reduced functionality or performance.
Deconfigured
As a result of another component's faulted or degraded status,
the component is not operating. (The component itself is not
faulted or degraded.)
Maintenance
The component is under maintenance. A deletefru(8),
replacefru(8), or addfru(8) operation is currently underway.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the degraded units. In this example, a CPU module and memory
module in a CPU memory unit are degraded because of an error.
XSCF> showstatus
CMU#0;
*
CPUM#0-CHIP#0 Status:Faulted;
*
MEM#00A Status:Faulted;
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EXAMPLE 2
Displays the degraded units. In this example, a memory module on a memory board is degraded because of an error.
XSCF> showstatus
MBU_B;
MEMB#0;
*
MEM#0A Status:Faulted;
EXAMPLE 3
Displays the degraded units. In this example, a CPU memory unit and
memory module on a motherboard unit are degraded because of an error.
XSCF> showstatus
MBU_B Status:Normal;
*
MEMB#1 Status:Deconfigured;
*
MEM#3B Status:Deconfigured;
EXAMPLE 4
Displays the degraded units. In this example, a CPU memory unit is degraded because a crossbar unit is degraded.
XSCF> showstatus
MBU_B Status:Normal;
*
CPUM#1-CHIP#1 Status:Deconfigured;
*
XBU_B#0 Status:Degraded;
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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showtelnet(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showtelnet - display the current status of the Telnet service for the XSCF network
showtelnet
showtelnet -h
DESCRIPTION
showtelnet(8) command displays the current status of the Telnet service for the
XSCF network.
One of the following states is displayed:
Privileges
enable
The Telnet service is enabled.
disable
The Telnet service is disabled.
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
Displays usage statement.
-h
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The settelnet(8) command makes settings for the Telnet service in the XSCF
network.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the status of the Telnet service for the XSCF network.
XSCF> showtelnet
Telnet status:enabled
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
settelnet(8)
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showtimezone(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showtimezone - display the XSCF time zone and Daylight Saving Time information
of current settings
showtimezone -c tz
showtimezone -c dst
showtimezone -h
DESCRIPTION
The showtimezone(8) command displays the XSCF time zone and Daylight Saving
Time information of current settings.
It is displayed in the following format.
std offset dst[offset2] [from-date[/time] to-date[/time] ]
std
Abbreviations of time zone.
offset
Offset time of time zone and Greenwich mean time (GMT).
Displayed in minus "–" in case the offset is plus, and displayed
in plus "+" in case the offset is minus.
dst
Name of Daylight Saving Time.
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offset2
Offset time of Daylight Saving Time and Greenwich mean time
(GMT).
Displayed in minus "–" in case the offset is plus, and displayed
in plus "+" in case the offset is minus.
from-date[/time]
The starting time of Daylight Saving Time.
Any of the following formats displays from-date.
Mm.w.d
Mm: Shows the month when Daylight Saving Time starts. Any
numeric from 1 to 12 comes in m.
w: Shows the week when Daylight Saving Time starts. Any
numeric from 1 to 5 comes in, "1" for the first week and "5"
for the last week in the month.
d: Shows the day of the week when Daylight Saving Time
starts. Any numeric from 0 to 6 comes in, "0" for Sunday and
"6" for Saturday.
Jn
Jn: The date when Daylight Saving Time starts. Any numeric
from 1 to 365 comes in, "1" for January 1st. The leap-year day
is not counted.
n
n: The date when Daylight Saving Time starts. Any numeric
from 1 to 365 comes in, "1" for January 1st. The leap-year day
is counted.
In time, the time to switch to Daylight Saving Time is shown in
the pre-switched time.
hh:mm:ss
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Shows the time in "hh:mm:ss" format. The
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offset2
Offset time of Daylight Saving Time and Greenwich mean time
(GMT).
Displayed in minus "–" in case the offset is plus, and displayed
in plus "+" in case the offset is minus.
from-date[/time]
The starting time of Daylight Saving Time.
Any of the following formats displays from-date.
Mm.w.d
Mm: Shows the month when Daylight Saving Time starts. Any
numeric from 1 to 12 comes in m.
w: Shows the week when Daylight Saving Time starts. Any
numeric from 1 to 5 comes in, "1" for the first week and "5"
for the last week in the month.
d: Shows the day of the week when Daylight Saving Time
starts. Any numeric from 0 to 6 comes in, "0" for Sunday and
"6" for Saturday.
Jn
Jn: The date when Daylight Saving Time starts. Any numeric
from 1 to 365 comes in, "1" for January 1st. The leap-year day
is not counted.
n
n: The date when Daylight Saving Time starts. Any numeric
from 1 to 365 comes in, "1" for January 1st. The leap-year day
is counted.
In time, the time to switch to Daylight Saving Time is shown in
the pre-switched time.
hh:mm:ss
Shows the time in "hh:mm:ss" format. The
default value is "02:00:00."
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to-date[/time]
The termination time of Daylight Saving Time.
Any of the following formats displays to-date.
Mm.w.d
Mm: Shows the month when Daylight Saving Time terminates.
Any numeric from 1 to 12 comes in m.
w: Shows the week when Daylight Saving Time terminates.
Any numeric from 1 to 5 comes in, "1" for the first week and
"5" for the last week in the month.
d: Shows the day of the week when start Daylight Saving
Time terminates. Any numeric from 0 to 6 comes in, "0" for
Sunday and "6" for Saturday.
Jn
Jn: The date when Daylight Saving Time terminates. Any
numeric from 1 to 365 comes in, "1" for January 1st. The leapyear day is not counted.
n
n: The date when Daylight Saving Time terminates. Any
numeric from 1 to 365 comes in, "1" for January 1st. The leapyear day is counted.
In time, the time to switch from Daylight Saving Time is shown
in the pre-switched time.
hh:mm:ss
Privileges
Shows the time in "hh:mm:ss" format. The
default value is "02:00:00."
You must have one of the following privileges to run this command:
useradm, platadm, platop, auditadm, auditop, domainadm, domainmgr,
domainop, fieldeng
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
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The following option is supported:
-c tz
Displays the time zone.
-c dst
Displays the Daylight Saving Time information.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLES
The settimezone(8) command sets the time zone of the XSCF.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the time zone.
XSCF> showtimezone -c tz
Asia/Tokyo
EXAMPLE 2
Displays the Daylight Saving Time information as follows: the abbreviation of time zone is JST, the offset from GMT is +9, the name of Daylight
Saving Time is JDT, Daylight Saving Time is 1 hour ahead, and the time period is from the last Sunday of March 2:00 to the last Sunday of October
2:00.
XSCF> showtimezone -c dst
JST-9JDT,M3.5.0,M10.5.0
EXAMPLE 3
Displays the Daylight Saving Time information as follows: the abbreviation of time zone is JST, the offset from GMT is +9, the name of Daylight
Saving Time is JDT, Daylight Saving Time is 1 hour ahead, and the time period is from the first Sunday of April 0:00 to the first Sunday of September
0:00.
XSCF> showtimezone -c dst
JST-9JDT-10,M4.1.0/00:00:00,M9.1.0/00:00:00
EXAMPLE 4
When no Daylight Saving Time is set
XSCF> showtimezone -c dst
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setdate(8), settimezone(8), showdate(8)
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showuser(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
showuser - display user account information
showuser
showuser [ [-a] [-M] [-p] [-u] [ user]]
showuser [ [-a] [-l] [-M] [-p] [-u]]
showuser -h
DESCRIPTION
showuser (8) displays XSCF user account information. If the user argument is
specified, showuser displays account information for the specified user. If the user
argument is not specified, then showuser displays account information for the
current user. If the -l option is specified, showuser displays account information
for all local users.
When invoked with one or more of the options -a, -p, or-u, showuser displays
information as described in the OPTIONS section below. When invoked without
any of these options, showuser displays all account information.
Privileges
No privileges are needed for you to view your own account. You must have
useradm privileges to run this command for any other user.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-a
Displays password validity and account state information. This is
only valid for XSCF user accounts.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
OPERANDS
-l
Displays information on all local XSCF user accounts sorted by
user login name. Cannot be used with the user operand.
-M
Displays text by page. This option provides a function that is the
same as that of the more command.
-p
Displays all privileges assigned to the user. This is valid for local
and remote users.
-u
Displays user ID (UID). This is valid for local and remote users.
The following operands are supported:
user
Name of an existing user account. Cannot be used with the -l
option.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays Password and Account Validity Information
XSCF> showuser -a
User Name:
jsmith
Status:
Enabled
Minimum:
0
Maximum:
99999
Warning:
7
Inactive:
-1
Last Change:
Aug 22, 2005
Password Expires: Never
Password Inactive: Never
Account Expires:
Never
EXAMPLE 2
Displays Privileges Information
XSCF> showuser -p
User Name:
jsmith
Privileges:
domainadm@1,3-6,8,9
platadm
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
adduser(8), deleteuser(8), disableuser(8), enableuser(8), password(8),
setprivileges(8)
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snapshot(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
snapshot - collect and transfer environment, log, error, and FRUID data
snapshot -d device [-r] [-e [-P
-{y|n}] [-S time [-E time]]
password]] [-L {F|I|R}] [-l] [-v] [ [-q]
snapshot -t user@host: directory [-e [-P password]] [-k host-key] [-l] [-L
{F|I|R}] [-p password] [-v] [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-S time [-E time]]
snapshot -T [-D directory] [-e [-P password]] [-k host-key] [-l] [-L {F|I|R}]
[-v] [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-S time [-E time]]
snapshot -h
DESCRIPTION
The snapshot(8) command provides a data-collection mechanism that enables
rapid, reliable, and flexible retrieval of diagnostic information on the Service
Processor. snapshot(8) collects the following data: Configuration, Environmentals,
Logs, Errors, and FRUID information. It transfers data to the specified destination.
snapshot opens an output file, the name of which is automatically generated
based on the host name and IP address assigned to the Service Processor and the
UTC time (in hours, minutes, and seconds) and date on the Service Processor at the
time snapshot is invoked. For example: jupiter_10.1.1.1_2006-07-08T2233-44. snapshot does not support user-specified file names for the output file. As
files and command output are collected from the Service Processor, snapshot
compresses the output data and writes it in the format of a .zip archive.
snapshot stores the collected data on a remote network host or on an external
media device, based upon the use of the -t, -T or -d option. To store the collected
data on a remote network host using the -t option, you must specify a host name
(or IP address), a target directory on the remote network host, and the user name of
a user on the remote host. If you have already set an archive target using
setarchiving(8), you can use the -T option to store the data on a remote network
host using that same information, or use -T in conjunction with the -D option to
change only the target directory. When storing data on a remote network host,
snapshot opens a network connection using SSH to act as a data pipe to the
remote file.
It is possible to restrict data collection on some larger log files to a specific date
range using the options -S and, optionally, -E.
Encrypted network protocols, such as SSH and SSL, are used for transmission of the
data across a network connection. The entire .zip archive itself can be encrypted
using the -e flag. To decrypt a .zip archive that has been encrypted with this
process, use the encryption password given to snapshot with the openssl
command. The following example decrypts the file
jupiter_10.1.1.1_2006-07-08T22-33-44.zip.e:
% openssl aes-128-cbc -d -in jupiter_10.1.1.1_2006-07-08T22-3344.zip.e -out jupiter_10.1.1.1_2006-07-08T22-33-44.zip
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Every .zip archive generated by snapshot includes two files generated by
snapshot itself. The first file, called README, contains the original name of the
.zip archive, the name of the configuration file on the Service Processor used to
create the .zip archive, the version of snapshot and whether log-only mode (the
-l flag) was used to generate the archive. The second file, called CONFIG, is a copy
of the actual configuration file used by snapshot to generate the archive.
The data collected by snapshot may potentially be used by Service personnel to
diagnose problems with the system. snapshot can collect different sets of data for
different diagnostic purposes. The three different sets are named Initial, Root
Cause, and Full, and are specified through the use of the -L option.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported.
-D directory
Used with the -T option, specifies a value for directory instead
of the value set using setarchiving(8). The directory field
must not begin with a hyphen (-) or a tilde (~). Refer to the
description of the -T option for more detailed information.
-d device
Specifies the external media device to use. The following
option is available to -d:
-r
-E time
Removes all files from the external media
device prior to data collection. This option
is not valid with the -t or -T options.
Specifies the end time for the time period for which data is
collected. Used with the -S time option for the start time,
defines the period of time for which log messages are collected
by snapshot. Only those log entries created before the time
specified by -E time are collected by snapshot. Refer also to
the description of the -S option.
time
Interpreted using strptime(3), using one
of the following two formats:
%Y-%m-%d,%H:%M:%S
%Y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S
-e
Encrypts the zip archive. Required when using -P password.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error occurs.
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-k host-key
Used with the -t or -T option, sets the public key that the
Service Processor uses to log in to the network host. This
option is not valid with the -d option.
Possible values for host-key are as follows:
none
This literal value specifies that a public key should not be
used to authenticate the network host.
download
This literal value specifies that snapshot will use ssh to
download a public host key for the network host and
download the key from the host specified in the -t
argument. snapshot displays the key’s md5 fingerprint
and prompts for confirmation. If you accept the key, it is
used for server authentication. If you reject the key,
snapshot exits without doing anything. This is the
default behavior in SSH Target Mode if -k is not specified.
public
The specified public key is used for server authentication.
The host-key argument should be the complete public key
of the network host, beginning with key type (the
complete contents of /etc/ssh/
ssh_host_rsa_key.pub on the network host).
Note – The public key should be enclosed in quotes to ensure
that the shell treats it as a single word.
-L {F|I|R}
Specifies which set of logs will be collected.
F
Full log set.
I
Initial log set.
R
Root Cause log set.
If no log set is specified, the Initial log set is collected by
default.
-l
Specifies collecting only log files. Does not collect command
output.
-n
Automatically answers n (no) to all prompts.
-P password
Used with the -e option, sets the encryption password used
for encrypting the output file.
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-k host-key
Used with the -t or -T option, sets the public key that the
Service Processor uses to log in to the network host. This
option is not valid with the -d option.
Possible values for host-key are as follows:
none
This literal value specifies that a public key should not be
used to authenticate the network host.
download
This literal value specifies that snapshot will use ssh to
download a public host key for the network host and
download the key from the host specified in the -t
argument. snapshot displays the key’s md5 fingerprint
and prompts for confirmation. If you accept the key, it is
used for server authentication. If you reject the key,
snapshot exits without doing anything. This is the
default behavior in SSH Target Mode if -k is not specified.
public
The specified public key is used for server authentication.
The host-key argument should be the complete public key
of the network host, beginning with key type (the
complete contents of /etc/ssh/
ssh_host_rsa_key.pub on the network host).
Note – The public key should be enclosed in quotes to ensure
that the shell treats it as a single word.
-L {F|I|R}
Specifies which set of logs will be collected.
F
Full log set.
I
Initial log set.
R
Root Cause log set.
If no log set is specified, the Initial log set is collected by
default.
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-l
Specifies collecting only log files. Does not collect command
output.
-n
Automatically answers n (no) to all prompts.
-P password
Used with the -e option, sets the encryption password used
for encrypting the output file.
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-p password
Specifies the user password used to log in to the host using
SSH. This option is valid with the -t option, not with the -d
or -T options.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-S time
Specifies the start time for the time period for which data is
collected. Used with the -E time option for the end time,
defines the period of time for which log messages are collected
by snapshot. If no end time is specified, the target time
period ends at the time the snapshot command is launched.
Refer also to the description of the -E option.
time
Interpreted using strptime(3), using one
of the following two formats:
%Y-%m-%d,%H:%M:%S
%Y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S
-T
Specifies executing snapshot in SSH target mode using the
value for user@host:directory previously set using
setarchiving(8). Can be used with the -D option to
substitute an alternative value for directory.
Note – The user must create the target directory on the
remote host, snapshot does not create the target directory.
-t
user@host:directory
Sets the network host and remote directory for data
destination. The host field specifies the host name or IP
address of the network host. The user field specifies the user
name for the ssh login to the archive host. The directory field
specifies the archive directory on the archive host where the
output file should be stored. The directory field must not
begin with a hyphen (-) or a tilde (~).
Note – The user must create the target directory on the
remote host, snapshot does not create the target directory.
-v
Specifies verbose output. Displays all actions and commands
as they are executed. If this option is specified with the -q
option, the -v option is ignored.
Note – You may not have the required privileges to run all the
commands that are executed by the snapshot configuration
file. If this occurs, you will see error messages indicating these
operations are not permitted.
-y
Automatically answers y (yes) to all prompts.
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EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
Modes of Operation
The following is a brief overview of the modes of operation for the snapshot
command.
The first mode is SSH Target Mode. The data collector is run in this mode when it is
invoked with the -t or -T option. In this mode, the data collector opens an SSH
connection from the Service Processor to the specified target (after appropriate
authentication) and sends the zip data archive through the SSH connection to the
target host. The user must create the target directory on the remote host, snapshot
does not create the target directory. The transmission encryption in this mode is
provided by SSH.
The second mode is USB Device Mode. The data collector is run in this mode when
it is invoked with the -d flag. In this mode, the data collector’s output (which is the
zip archive) is saved in a file on the USB device. The USB device should be
formatted using the FAT32 file system. As in SSH Target mode, you can use the -e
option to encrypt the zip file in this mode. However, no transmission encryption
(such as SSH) occurs in this mode, since the data stays local to the Service
Processor.
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Downloading a Public Key Using SSH
XSCF> snapshot -t joe@jupiter.west:/home/joe/logs/x -k download
Downloading Public Key from ‘jupiter.west’...
Key fingerprint in md5: c9:e0:bc+b2:1a:80:29:24:13:d9:f1:13:f5:5c:2c:0f
Accept this public key (yes/no)? Y
Enter ssh password for user ‘joe’ on host ‘jupiter.west’
Setting up ssh connection to remote host...
Collecting data into joe@jupiter.west:/home/joe/logs/x/archive.zip
Data collection complete.
EXAMPLE 2
Downloading a Host Key
XSCF> snapshot -t joe@jupiter.west:/home/joe/logs/x
Downloading Public Key from ‘jupiter.west’...
Public Key Fingerprint: c9:e0:bc+b2:1a:80:29:24:13:d9:f1:13:f5:5c:2c:0f
Accept this public key (yes/no)? y
Enter ssh password for user ‘joe’ on host ‘jupiter.west’
Setting up ssh connection to remote host...
Collecting data into joe@jupiter.west:/home/joe/logs/x/archive.zip
Data collection complete.
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EXAMPLE 3
Downloading With a User-Provided Public Key
XSCF> snapshot -t joe@jupiter.west:/home/joe/logs/x -k “ssh-rsa
AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAwVFiSQNVBFhTTzq0AX5iQqCkkJjd6ezWkVGt
mMkJJzzMjYK0sBlhn6dGEIiHdBSzO8QLAXb8N4Kq8JDOBpLSN4yokUPTcZQNxJaY
A0W058Qgxbn”
Enter ssh password for user ‘joe’ on host ‘jupiter.west’
Setting up ssh connection to remote host...
Collecting data into joe@jupiter.west:/home/joe/logs/x/archive.zip
Data collection complete.
EXAMPLE 4
Log Files Only Using No Public Key
XSCF> snapshot -t bob@mars.east:/home/bob/logs/x -k none -l
Enter ssh password for user ’bob’ on host ’mars.east’
Log only mode. No commands will be collected.
Setting up ssh connection to remote host...
Collecting data into joe@jupiter.west:/home/joe/logs/x/archive.zip
Data collection complete.
EXAMPLE 5
Downloading Using Encryption With Provided Password and No Public
Key
XSCF> snapshot -t bob@mars.east:/home/bob/logs/x -k none -e -P
password
Output data will be encrypted.
Enter ssh password for user ’bob’ on host ’mars.east’
Setting up ssh connection to remote host...
Collecting data into joe@jupiter.west:/home/joe/logs/x/archive.zip
Data collection complete.
EXAMPLE 6
Downloading Using No Key to Invalid Directory
XSCF> snapshot -t sue@saturn.north:/home/sue/logs/bad_dir -k none
Enter ssh password for user ’sue’ on host ’saturn.north’
Setting up ssh connection to remote host...
Failed to create remote file:
/home/sue/logs/bad_dir/archive.zip
Verify adequate disk permissions and disk space on target host
Error opening SSH target
Exiting with error 1
EXAMPLE 7
Downloading Public Key With Connectivity Failure
XSCF> snapshot -t sue@saturne.west:/home/sue/logs/x -k download
Downloading Public Key from ’saturne.west’...
Error downloading key for host ’saturne.west’
Error opening SSH target
Exiting with error 1
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EXAMPLE 8
Downloading Public Key and Answering No to All Prompts
XSCF> snapshot -v -t jill@earth.east:/home/jill/logs/x -k download
-n
Downloading Public Key from ‘earth.east’...
Public Key: ssh-rsa
AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAwVFiSQNVBFhTTzq0AX5iQqCkkJjd6ezWkVGtmMkJJzzM
jYK0sBlhn6dGEIiHdBSzO8QLAXb8N4Kq8JDOBpLSN4yokUPTcZQNxJaYA0W058Qgxbn
Key fingerprint in md5: c9:e0:bc+b2:1a:80:29:24:13:d9:f1:13:f5:5c:2c:0f
Accept this public key (yes/no)? no
Public Key declined
Error opening SSH target
Exiting with error 1
EXAMPLE 9
Downloading Public Key Attempted by Unauthorized User
XSCF> snapshot -t fakeuser@fakehost.com:/fakedir -p fake-password
Downloading Public Key from ’fakehost.com’...
Error downoading key for host ’fakehost.com’
Error opening SSH target
Exiting with error 1
EXAMPLE 10
Downloading to External Media Device
XSCF> snapshot -d usb0 -r
Testing writability of USB device....SUCCESS
About to remove all files from device ‘usb0’. Continue? [y|n] : y
Collecting data into /media/usb_msd/jupiter_10.1.1.1_2006-04-17T22-4151.zip
Data collection complete.
EXAMPLE 11
Limiting Data Collection for Certain Logs to a Date Range
XSCF> snapshot -d usb0 -S 2007-01-01,01:00:00
-E 2007-01-31_14-
00-00
Testing writability of USB device....SUCCESS
Collecting data into /media/usb_msd/jupiter_10.1.1.1_2006-04-17T22-4151.zip
Data collection complete.
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
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The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setarchiving(8), showarchiving(8), showlogs(8)
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switchscf(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
switchscf - switch the XSCF unit between the active and standby states
switchscf -t {Active | Standby} [-f]
switchscf -h
DESCRIPTION
The switchscf(8) command switches the XSCF unit that the user is currently
logged in to, between the active and standby states.
If the XSCF unit is duplicated configuration, the switchscf(8) command can be
executed. When the active XSCF unit currently logged in to is switched from active
to standby or vice versa, the state of the standby XSCF unit is also switched.
Note – When switched, the session of the network which has been connected to the
active XSCF is terminated.
Note – Usually, XSCFs cannot be switched while maintenance work is in progress.
If "Switching of XSCF state is disabled due to a maintenance operation. Try again
later." is displayed as a result from the switchscf(8) command and XSCFs cannot
be switched, check whether the addfru(8), deletefru(8), replacefru(8), or
flashupdate(8) maintenance command is being executed. If the command is
being executed, wait until the command ends. If XSCFs cannot be switched though
none of those maintenance commands is being executed, use the -f option to
switch them.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
Switches the state in a case XSCF state can't be changed due to a
maintenance operation.
-f
Note – Since the -f option forcibly switches XSCF, limit the use
of this option to such cases as when switching does not work in
normal operations.
EXAMPLES
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-t Active
Switches the state of the XSCF unit to active.
-t Standby
Switches the state of the XSCF unit to standby.
EXAMPLE 1
Switches the state of the XSCF unit that the user is currently logged in to,
to standby.
XSCF> switchscf -t Standby
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EXIT STATUS
396
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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testsb(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
testsb - perform an initial diagnosis of the specified physical system board (PSB)
testsb [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-m diag=mode] location
testsb [ [-q] -{y|n}] [-m diag=mode] -c {all | expansion}
testsb -v [ -y|-n] [-m diag=mode] location
testsb -v [-y|-n] [-m diag=mode] -c {all | expansion}
testsb -h
DESCRIPTION
testsb(8) command performs an initial diagnosis of the specified PSB.
The configuration of the PSB and operation of each device mounted on the PSB are
checked. After the diagnostics, the result is displayed. The PSB must not be
configured in the domain, or the domain in which the PSB configured must be
powered off.
The result also can be seen in ‘Test’ and ‘Fault’ displayed by showboards(8)
command.
Privileges
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
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OPTIONS
The following options are supported:.
-c {all|expansion} Specifies the target PSB to be diagnosed. One of the values
shown below can be specified:
Diagnoses all the PSB that are mounted.
all
If the following conditions not satisfied, it leads to an
error.
■
The system has been powered off.
■
All of the target PSB are Uni-XSB.
expansion
Diagnoses all the PSB that are mounted
on the expansion cabinet.
If the following conditions not satisfied, it leads to an
error.
OPERANDS
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All of the target PSB are not operating on the domain.
■
All of the target PSB are Uni-XSB.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-m diag=mode
Specifies the diagnostic level of initial diagnosis. One of the
values shown below can be specified:
min
Normal (default)
max
Maximum
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-v
Displays a detailed message of initial diagnosis.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
The following operand is supported:
location
EXTENDED
DESCRIPTION
■
■
Specifies only one PSB number. An integer from 00–15 can be
specified.
When the system board (XSB: eXtended System Board) belonging to the specified
PSB is in any status below, the testsb(8) command results in an error.
■
XSB is installed in the domain and this domain is in operation.
■
XSB is installed in the domain and this domain is in OpenBoot PROM (ok>
prompt) status.
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■
XSB is installed in the domain and this domain is power ON status, power
OFF status, or reset status.
■
The addboard(8), deleteboard(8), or moveboard(8) command is executed
for XSB.
■
In case an XSB which belongs to the specified PSB is in Unmount or Faulted
status, it may be excluded from the target of diagnosis and may not be shown in
the diagnosis result. In a case like this, use the testsb(8) command to check the
diagnosis result.
■
In case there are the settings for the warm-up time of the system and the wait
time before system startup, a prompt appears to confirm whether or not it can
ignore these settings to execute the testsb(8) command. Enter "y" to execute the
command or "n" to cancel the command.
■
The displayed diagnostic results of the testsb(8) command are as follows:
XSB
XSB numbers belonging to the specified PSBs. One XSB number
is displayed for the Uni-XSB type, and four XSB numbers are
displayed for the Quad-XSB type.
Test
Status of the initial diagnosis of XSBs. One of the following
status values is displayed:
Fault
Unmount
No XSB could be recognized because no XSB
is mounted or because an error occurred.
Unknown
Not tested.
Testing
Initial diagnosis is in progress.
Passed
Initial diagnosis ended normally.
Failed
An error was detected during the initial
diagnosis. An XSB cannot be used or is in a
degraded state.
XSB error. One or more states are displayed:
Normal
Normal state.
Degraded
One or more components are degraded.
Each XSB can operate.
Faulted
An XSB cannot operate because an error
occurred.
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EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Performs the initial diagnosis on PSB#00.
XSCF> testsb 0
Initial diagnosis is about to start, Continue?[y|n] :y
SB#00 power on sequence started.
0end
Initial diagnosis started. [1800sec]
0..... 30..... 60..... 90.....120end
Initial diagnosis has completed.
SB power off sequence started. [1200sec]
0.end
SB powered off.
XSB Test
Fault
---- ------- -------00-0 Passed Normal
00-1 Passed Normal
00-2 Passed Normal
00-3 Passed Normal
EXAMPLE 2
Performs an initial diagnosis of PSB#01 with detailed messages displayed.
XSCF> testsb -v 1
Initial diagnosis is about to start. Continue? [y|n] :y
SB#01 powered on sequence started.
:
:
Initial diagnosis has completed.
{0} ok SB power off sequence started. [1200sec]
0.end
SB powered off.
XSB Test
Fault
---- ------- -------01-0 Passed Normal
EXAMPLE 3
Performs the initial diagnosis on all the PSB that are mounted.
XSCF> testsb -c all
Initial diagnosis is about to start. Continue? [y|n] :y
SB power on sequence started.
0end
Initial diagnosis started. [1800sec]
0..... 30..... 60..... 90.....120end
Initial diagnosis has completed.
SB power off sequence started. [1200sec]
0.end
SB powered off.
XSB Test
Fault
---- ------- -------00-0 Passed Normal
01-0 Passed Normal
02-0 Passed Normal
03-0 Passed Normal
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Ignores the settings for the warm-up time of the system and the wait time
before system startup to perform the initial diagnosis on the PSB that are
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mounted.
XSCF> testsb -c all
Initial diagnosis is about to start. Continue? [y|n] :y
Ignore warmup-time and air-conditioner-wait-time, Continue?[y|n] :y
SB power on sequence started.
0end
Initial diagnosis started. [1800sec]
0..... 30..... 60..... 90.....120end
Initial diagnosis has completed.
SB power off sequence started. [1200sec]
0.end
SB powered off.
XSB Test
Fault
---- ------- -------00-0 Passed Normal
01-0 Passed Normal
02-0 Passed Normal
03-0 Passed Normal
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addfru(8), deletefru(8), replacefru(8), setupfru(8), showboards(8),
showfru(8)
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unlockmaintenance(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
unlockmaintenance - forcibly release the locked status of XSCF
unlockmaintenance [ [-q] -{y|n}]
unlockmaintenance -h
DESCRIPTION
unlockmaintenance(8) command releases the locked status of XSCF forcibly.
Normally, while the maintenance command addfru(8), deletefru(8), or
replacefru(8) is in execution, XSCF is in the locked status. After the command
complete, the lock is released. However, in case an error such as LAN disconnection
occurred while executing any of the maintenance command, the XSCF lock may
become unable to release. In such a case, you can execute the
unlockmaintenance(8) command to forcibly release the locked status of XSCF.
Privileges
You must have fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-n
Automatically answers 'n' (no) to all prompts.
-q
Suppresses all messages to stdout, including prompts.
-y
Automatically answers 'y' (yes) to all prompts.
EXAMPLE 1
Unlocks the maintenance lock status.
XSCF> unlockmaintenance
This command unlocks the maintenance lock which prevents the multiple
execution of maintenance commands.
*Never* use this command, except when the lock state remains by some
reason.
Careless execution of this command causes serious situation because it
interrupts the running command and XSCF might not be able to recognize the
parts.
Continue? [y|n] :
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EXAMPLE 2
Unlocks the maintenance lock status. Automatically answers "y" to all
prompts.
XSCF> unlockmaintenance -y
This command unlocks the maintenance lock which prevents the multiple
execution of maintenance commands.
*Never* use this command, except when the lock state remains by some
reason.
Careless execution of this command causes serious situation because it
interrupts the running command and XSCF might not be able to recognize the
parts.
Continue? [y|n] :y
EXAMPLE 3
Unlocks the maintenance lock status. Automatically answers "y" to all
prompts.
XSCF> unlockmaintenance -q -y
XSCF>
EXAMPLE 4
Cancels the unlockmaintenance command execution that is in progress.
Automatically answers "n" to all prompts.
XSCF> unlockmaintenance -n
This command unlocks the maintenance lock which prevents the multiple
execution of maintenance commands.
*Never* use this command, except when the lock state remains by some
reason.
Careless execution of this command causes serious situation because it
interrupts the running command and XSCF might not be able to recognize the
parts.
Continue? [y|n] :n
EXAMPLE 5
Cancels the unlockmaintenance command execution that is in progress.
Automatically answers "n" to all prompts.
XSCF> unlockmaintenance -q -n
XSCF>
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
404
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
addfru(8), deletefru(8), replacefru(8)
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version(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
version - display firmware version
version -c xcp [-v] [-t]
version -c {cmu | xscf} [-v]
version -h
DESCRIPTION
The version(8) command displays firmware version.
The following versions can be displayed:
Privileges
xcp
The comprehensive version of the XSCF control package (XCP)
firmware currently applied to the system.
cmu
The version of OpenBoot PROM firmware.
xscf
The version of XSCF firmware.
You must have platadm or fieldeng privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
EXAMPLES
The following options are supported:.
-c xcp
Displays the XCP version.
-c cmu
Displays the version of OpenBoot PROM firmware.
-c xscf
Displays the version of XSCF firmware.
-h
Displays usage statement. When used with other options or
operands, an error occurs.
-t
Displays information of the XCP version that is registered in the
XSCF. This option is used together with "-c xcp".
-v
Displays detailed information. Specifying this option with "-c
xscf" displays the same information as the usual information.
EXAMPLE 1
Displays the XCP version.
XSCF> version -c xcp
XSCF#0 (Active)
XCP0 (Current): 1020
XCP1 (Reserve): 1020
XSCF#1 (Standby)
XCP0 (Current): 1020
XCP1 (Reserve): 1020
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EXAMPLE 2
Displays the details of the XCP version.
XSCF> version -c xcp -v
XSCF#0 (Active)
XCP0 (Current): 1020
OpenBoot PROM : 01.01.0001
SCF
: 01.01.0001
XCP1 (Reserve): 1020
OpenBoot PROM : 01.01.0001
OpenBoot PROM BACKUP
#0:
01.01.0001
#1:
01.02.0001
XSCF#1 (Standby)
XCP0 (Current): 1020
OpenBoot PROM : 01.01.0001
SCF
: 01.01.0001
XCP1 (Reserve): 1020
OpenBoot PROM : 01.01.0001
SCF
: 01.01.0001
OpenBoot PROM BACKUP
#0:
01.01.0001
#1:
01.02.0001
EXAMPLE 3
Displays the XCP version that is registered in the XSCF.
XSCF> version -c xcp -t
XCP: 1020
EXAMPLE 4
Displays the details of the XCP version that is registered in the XSCF.
XSCF> version
XCP
:
OpenBoot PROM:
SCF
:
EXAMPLE 5
-c xcp -v -t
1020
01.01.0001
01.01.0001
Displays the version of OpenBoot PROM firmware.
XSCF> version -c cmu
DomainID 00 : 01.01.0001
DomainID 01 : 01.01.0001
DomainID 02 : 01.01.0001
DomainID 03 : 01.01.0001
:
DomainID 23: 01.01.0001
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EXAMPLE 6
Displays the detailed version of OpenBoot PROM firmware.
XSCF> version -c cmu -v
DomainID 00 : 01.01.0001
DomainID 01 : 01.01.0001
DomainID 02 : 01.01.0001
DomainID 03 : 01.01.0001
:
DomainID 23: 01.01.0001
XSB#00-0
XSB#00-1
XSB#00-2
XSB#00-3
:
XSB#15-3
EXAMPLE 7
:
:
:
:
01.01.0001
01.01.0001
01.01.0001
01.01.0001
(Current),
(Reserve),
(Current),
(Current),
01.01.0001
01.01.0001
01.01.0001
01.01.0001
(Reserve)
(Current)
(Reserve)
(Reserve)
: 01.01.0001 (Current), 01.01.0001 (Reserve)
Displays the version of XSCF firmware.
XSCF> version -c xscf
XSCF#0 (Active) 01.01.0001 (Current), 01.01.0001 (Reserve)
XSCF#1 (Standby) 01.01.0001 (Current), 01.01.0001 (Reserve)
EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
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viewaudit(8)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
viewaudit - display audit records
viewaudit
viewaudit [-A date-time] [ -B date-time ] [ -C] [ -c classes] [ -D date-time] [-E endrecord] [-e events ] [ -i audit-ids] [-l] [ -m del] [ -n] [ -p privilege-results] [ -r
return-values ] [ -S start-record] [ -u users] [-x]
viewaudit -h
DESCRIPTION
Privileges
viewaudit(8) displays audit records. When invoked without options, viewaudit
displays all current local audit records. When invoked with options, viewaudit
displays only the selected records. By default, records are displayed in text format,
one token per line, with a comma as the field separator. The output can be modified
using the -C, -E, -l,-m del, -n, -S, or -x option.
You must have auditadm or auditop privileges to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following options are supported:
-A date-time
Selects records that occurred at or after date-time. The datetime argument is in local time. the -A and -B options can
be used together to form a range. Valid values for date-time
are:
■
Absolute date-time : yyyymmdd[hh[mm[ss]]]
where:
■
■
■
■
■
■
yyyy = year (1970 is the earliest valid value)
mm = month (01–12)
dd = day (01–31)
hh = hour (00–23)
mm = minutes (00–59)
ss = seconds (00–59)
The default value is 00 for hh, mm, and ss.
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-B date-time
Selects records that occurred before date-time. The date-time
argument is in local time. the -A and -B options can be
used together to form a range. Valid values for date-time are
either absolute or offset:
■
Absolute date-time : yyyymmdd[hh[mm[ss]]]
where:
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
yyyy = year (1970 is the earliest valid value)
mm = month (01–12)
dd = day (01–31)
hh = hour (00–23)
mm = minutes (00–59)
ss = seconds (00–59)
Offset date-time: +n d|h|m|s
where:
■
■
■
■
■
n = number of units
d = days
h = hours
m = minutes
s = seconds
Offset is only available with the -B option and must be
used with -A.
(The default value is 00 for hh, mm and ss.)
-C
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Appends the number of records that matched the selection
criteria to the end of the output.
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-B date-time
Selects records that occurred before date-time. The date-time
argument is in local time. the -A and -B options can be
used together to form a range. Valid values for date-time are
either absolute or offset:
■
Absolute date-time : yyyymmdd[hh[mm[ss]]]
where:
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
yyyy = year (1970 is the earliest valid value)
mm = month (01–12)
dd = day (01–31)
hh = hour (00–23)
mm = minutes (00–59)
ss = seconds (00–59)
Offset date-time: +n d|h|m|s
where:
■
■
■
■
■
n = number of units
d = days
h = hours
m = minutes
s = seconds
Offset is only available with the -B option and must be
used with -A.
(The default value is 00 for hh, mm and ss.)
-C
Appends the number of records that matched the selection
criteria to the end of the output.
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-c classes
Selects records in indicated classes. classes is a commaseparated list of audit classes. A class may be specified by
its numeric value or its name. The ACS_ prefix may be
omitted. For example, the class of audit related events can
be expressed as ACS_AUDIT, AUDIT or 16.
The following are valid classes:
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all
Denotes all classes.
ACS_SYSTEM(1)
System-related events
ACS_WRITE(2)
Commands that can modify
a state
ACS_READ(4)
Commands that read a
current state
ACS_LOGIN(8)
Login-related events
ACS_AUDIT(16)
Audit-related events
ACS_DOMAIN(32)
Domain management–
related events
ACS_USER(64)
User management–related
events
ACS_PLATFORM(128)
Platform management–
related events
ACS_MODES(256)
Mode-related events
-D date-time
Selects records that occurred on a specific day (a 24-hour
period beginning at 00:00:00 of the day specified and
ending at 23:59:59). The day specified is in local time in the
following format: yyyymmddhhmmss (year,month,day,
hour,minute,second). The time portion of the argument, if
supplied, is ignored. Any records with timestamps during
that day are selected. If any hours, minutes, or seconds are
given, they are ignored. -D cannot be used with -A or -B.
-E end-record
Selects the last record matching the selection criteria to
display.
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-e events
Selects records of the indicated events. events is a commaseparated list of audit events. An event may be specified
by its numeric value or its name. The AEV_ prefix may be
omitted. For example, the event for SSH login can be
expressed as AEV_LOGIN_SSH, LOGIN_SSH or 4.
See showaudit -e all for a list of valid events.
-h
Displays usage statement.
When used with other options or operands, an error
occurs.
-i audit-ids
Selects records of the indicated audit session identifier. If
you become interested in activity reflected in a particular
audit record, you might wish to view all the audit records
for that session. An audit-id is not persistent and can be
reassigned across reboots of the Service Processor. audit-ids
is a comma-separated list of audit session identifiers. The
audit-id is the number following the label subject in an
audit file.
For example, in the following listing, the audit-id is 1
(shown in boldface for emphasis).
subject,1,bob,normal,telnet 45880 jupiter
-l
Prints one line per record.
-m del
Uses del as the field delimiter instead of the default
delimiter, which is the comma. If del has special meaning
for the shell, it must be quoted. The maximum size of a
delimiter is three characters. The delimiter is not
meaningful and is not used with the -x option.
-n
Specifies that UIDs and IP addresses should not be
converted to user names or host names.
-p privilege-results
Select records according to the indicated privilege-results.
privilege-results is a comma-separated list. privilege-results
are: granted, denied, or error.
-r return-values
Selects records according to the indicated return values.
returnvals is a comma-separated list of the values:
success, or failure. success corresponds to a return
value of 0. failure corresponds to a nonzero return
value.
-S start-record
Selects the first record matching the selection criteria to
display.
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EXAMPLES
-u users
Selects records attributed to indicated users. users is a
comma-separated list of users. A user can be specified by
user name or numeric UID.
-x
Prints in XML format.
EXAMPLE 1
Displaying Audit Records for December 12, 2005
XSCF> viewaudit -D 20051212
file,1,2006-01-11 10:52:30.391 -05:00,20060111155230.0000000000.jupiter
EXAMPLE 2
Displaying User Audit Records
XSCF> viewaudit -u jsmith
file,1,2006-01-11 10:52:30.391 -05:00,20060111155230.0000000000.jupiter
header,37,1,login - telnet,jupiter,2006-01-11 11:31:09.659 -05:00
subject,1,jsmith,normal,ssh 45880 jupiter
command,showuser
platform access,granted
return,0
EXAMPLE 3
Displaying Audit Records for Privileges
XSCF> viewaudit -p granted
file,1,2006-01-11 10:52:30.391 -05:00,20060111155230.0000000000.jupiter
header,37,1,login - telnet,jupiter,2006-01-11 11:31:09.659 -05:00
subject,1,jsmith,normal,ssh 45880 jupiter
command,showuser
platform access,granted
return,0
EXAMPLE 4
Displaying Audit Records for Successful Access
XSCF> viewaudit -r success
file,1,2006-01-11 10:52:30.391 -05:00,20060111155230.0000000000.jupiter
header,37,1,login - telnet,jupiter,2006-01-11 11:31:09.659 -05:00
subject,1,jsmith,normal,ssh 45880 jupiter
command,showuser
platform access,granted
return,0
header,57,1,command - viewaudit,jupiter.company.com,2006-01-26
16:13:09.128 -05:00
subject,5,sue,normal,ssh 1282 saturn
command,viewaudit
platform access,granted
return,0
...
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EXAMPLE 5
Displaying Audit Records Within a Range of Two Days
XSCF> viewaudit -A 20060125 -B +2d
file,1,2006-01-26 16:11:52.785 05:00,20060126211152.0000000000.jupiter.west.company.com
subject,1,jsmith,normal,ssh 51409 jupiter.west
header,56,1,command - showldap,jupiter.west,2006-01-27 21:15:12.416 05:00
subject,4,jblake,normal,telnet 51409 sr1.company.com
command,showldap
platform access,granted
return,0
subject,7,bob,normal,ssh 40952 mars.com
header,57,1,command - viewaudit,mars.company.com,2006-01-26 16:12:16.127
-05:00
subject,0,opl,normal,ssh 40952 apps
command,viewaudit
platform access,denied
EXAMPLE 6
Displaying First 5 Records (of 70) that Match a Date Range
XSCF> viewaudit -l -A 20070515 -B 20070516 -C -S 1 -E 5
file,1,2007-05-07 10:47:56.753 -07:00,20070507174756.0000000000.san-ff236-0
header,37,1,login - telnet,san-ff2-36-0.West.Sun.COM,2007-05-15
00:12:03.880 -07:00,subject,1084,root,escalation,telnet 56444
recon.West.Sun.COM
header,37,1,login - telnet,san-ff2-36-0.West.Sun.COM,2007-05-15
00:27:29.382 -07:00,subject,1085,root,escalation,telnet 62134
recon.West.Sun.COM
header,37,1,login - telnet,san-ff2-36-0.West.Sun.COM,2007-05-15
00:29:05.313 -07:00,subject,1086,root,escalation,telnet 33231
recon.West.Sun.COM
header,37,1,login - telnet,san-ff2-36-0.West.Sun.COM,2007-05-15
00:42:04.800 -07:00,subject,1087,root,escalation,telnet 38058
recon.West.Sun.COM
70
EXIT STATUS
SEE ALSO
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
setaudit(8), showaudit(8)
System Administration
415
viewaudit(8)
416
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who(1)
NAME
SYNOPSIS
who - display a list of the user accounts who are logged in to the XSCF
who
who -h
DESCRIPTION
who(1) displays a list of the user accounts who are logged in to the XSCF.
The following information is displayed:
Privileges
■
XSCF user account name
■
Terminal used
■
Idle time
■
Login time
■
Remote host name
No privileges are required to run this command.
Refer to setprivileges(8) for more information.
OPTIONS
The following option is supported:
-h
EXAMPLES
EXAMPLE 1
Displays usage statement.
Displays a list of the user accounts who are logged in to the XSCF.
XSCF> who
USER
TTY
scf
pts/0
EXIT STATUS
IDLE
00:00m
FROM
Dec 21 13:57
HOST
JJJJ.ggg.fujitsu.com
The following exit values are returned:
0
Successful completion.
>0
An error occurred.
System Administration
417
who(1)
418
XSCF Reference Manual • Last Revised January 2007