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Thursday, 16 June 2011

ILOM Commands

The ILOM is a dedicated system of hardware and supporting software that allows
you to manage your Sun server independently of the operating system. ILOM inclues:

Service Processor (SP) --> The hardware
Command Line Interface (CLI) --> is a dedicated software application that allows you to operate the ILOM
WebGUI --> easy-to-use browser interface

Command Verbs
Command    Description
cd         Navigates the object namespace.
create     Sets up an object in the namespace.
delete     Removes an object from the namespace.
exit       Terminates a session to the CLI.
help       Displays Help information about commands and targets.
load       Transfers a file from source to target.
reset      Resets the state of the target.
set        Sets target properties to the specified value.
show       Displays information about targets and properties.
start      Starts the target.
stop       Stops the target.
version    Displays the version of ILOM firmware.

Command Options

Not all options are supported for all
commands. See a specific command section for the options that are valid with that
command. The help option can be used with any command.

Option(Long)  Short     Description
-default             Causes the verb to perform only its default
-destination         Specifies the destination for data.
-display      -d     Shows the data the user wants to display.
-force        -f     Causes an immediate action instead of an
                     orderly    shutdown.
-help         -h     Displays Help information.
-level        -l     Executes the command for the 
                     current target and all targets
                     contained through the level specified.
-output       -o     Specifies the content and form of 
                     command output.
-script              Skips warnings or prompts normally 
                     associated with the command.
-source              Indicates the location of a source image.

Command Syntax
To execute most commands, you need to specify the location of the target, then enter
the command. You can execute commands individually, or you can combine them on
the same command line.
1. To execute commands individually:
a. Navigate to the namespace using the CD command.
For example:
cd /SP/services/http
b. Enter the verb, target, and value.
For example:
set port=80

2. To combine commands, use the form verb path/target=value.
For example:
set /SP/services/http port=80
The following display shows both methods:
-> cd /SP/services/http - Navigate to namespace
-> set port=80
Set 'port' to '80' - Enter the verb, target, and value
-> set /SP/services/http port=80 - Combine path and show command
Set 'port' to '80'

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