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ID741
TitleALOM vs. ILOM
Byjohn
Keywordsalom ilom commands
CategorySolaris
Votes0
Views47
Score47
Date2017-04-19
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ALOM CMT Command
Summary
Comparable ILOM Command
password
Changes the login password of the current user.
set /SP/users/username password
restartssh
Restarts the SSH server so that new host keys generated by the
ssh-keygen command are reloaded.
set /SP/services/ssh restart_sshd_action=true
setdate [[mmdd]HHMM
|mmddHHMM[cc]yy][.SS]
Sets ALOM CMT date and time.
set /SP/clock datetime=value
setdefaults [–a]
Resets all ALOM CMT configuration parameters to their default
values. The –a option resets the user information to the default (one admin
account only).
set /SP
reset_to_defaults=[none|factory|all]

setkeyswitch [normal|stby|diag| locked]
Sets the status of the virtual keyswitch. Setting the virtual
keyswitch to standby (stby) powers off the server. Before powering off the host server,
ALOM CMT asks for a confirmation.
set /SYS keyswitch_state=value
setsc [param] [value]
Sets the specified ALOM CMT parameter to the assigned value.
set target
property=value

setupsc
Runs the interactive configuration script. This script configures
the ALOM CMT configuration variables.
No equivalent in ILOM

showplatform
[–v]

Displays information about the host system’s hardware
configuration, and whether the hardware is providing service. The –v option displays
verbose information about the displayed components.
show /HOST

showfru
Displays information about the field-replaceable units (FRUs) in
a host server.
Use the ILOM show [FRU] command to display static FRU information. (For dynamic FRU information, use the
ALOM CMT showfru command.)
showusers –g
lines

Displays a list of users currently logged in to ALOM CMT. The
display for this command has a similar format to that of the UNIX command who. The
–g option pauses the display after the number of lines you specify for lines.
show –level all –o table
/SP/sessions

No equivalent in ILOM for –g option

showhost version

Displays version information for host-side components. The
version option displays the same information as the showhost command with no
option.
show /HOST

showkeyswitch
Displays status of virtual keyswitch.
show /SYS keyswitch_state

showsc [param]
Displays the current nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM)
configuration parameters.
show target
property

showdate
Displays the ALOM CMT date. ALOM CMT time is expressed in
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) rather than local time. The Solaris OS and ALOM CMT time are not
synchronized.
show /SP/clock datetime

ssh-keygen –l

ssh-keygen –r

ssh-keygen
–t
{rsa|dsa}

Generates Secure Shell (SSH) host keys and displays the host key
fingerprint on the SC.
show /SP/services/ssh/keys rsa|dsa

set
/SP/services/ssh generate_new_key_action=true

set /SP/services/ssh
generate_new_key_type=[rsa|dsa]

usershow [username]
Displays a list of all user accounts and permission levels, and
whether passwords are assigned.
show /SP/users

useradd username
Adds a user account to ALOM CMT.
create /SP/users/username

userdel [–y]
username

Deletes a user account from ALOM CMT. The –y option enables you to skip the confirmation question.
delete [–script]
/SP/users/
username

userpassword [username]
Sets or changes a user password.
set /SP/users/username
password

userperm [username] [c] [u]
[a] [r] [o] [s]
Sets the permission level for a user account.
set /SP/users/username
role=
permissions
[a|u|c|r|o|s]
ALOM CMT Shell Log Commands
ALOM CMT Command
Summary
Comparable ILOM Command
showlogs -p [r|p] [–b
lines|–e lines|–v] [–g lines]
Displays the history of all events logged in the event log, or
major and critical events in the event log. The –p option selects whether to display only
major and critical events from the event log (r) or to display all of the events from the
event log (p).

–g lines specifies the number of lines to display
before pausing.

–e lines displays n lines from the end of the
buffer.

–b lines displays n lines from the beginning of the
buffer.

–v displays the entire buffer.

show
/SP/logs/event/list

No equivalent in
ILOM

consolehistory [–b lines|–e
lines|–v] [–g lines] [boot|run]
Displays the host server console output buffers.

–g
lines specifies the number of lines to display before pausing.

–e
lines displays n lines from the end of the buffer.

–b
lines displays n lines from the beginning of the buffer.

–v displays the
entire buffer.

set /SP/console/history
property=
value

[set /SP/console/history property=value][set /SP/console/history
property=value]

show /SP/console/history

where property
can be:

line_count=[lines] default value is "" (none), meaning there is no
limit to the total number of lines retrieved from the
buffer.

pause_count=[count] default value is "" (none), meaning there is
no limit to the count of lines displayed per
pause.

start_from=[end|beginning] default value is
end.

ALOM CMT Shell Status and Control Commands
ALOM CMT Command
Summary
Comparable ILOM Command
showenvironment
Displays the environmental status of the host server. This
information includes system temperatures, power supply status, front panel LED status, hard disk
drive status, fan status, voltage, and current sensor status.
show –o table –level all /SYS

showpower [–v]
Displays power metrics for the host server.
show /SP/powermgmt
shownetwork [–v]

Displays the current network configuration information. The
–v option shows additional information about your network, including information about
your DHCP server.
show /SP/network

console [–f]

Connects to the host system console. The –f option
forces the console write lock from one user to another.

In ILOM, the –force option
terminates the console, permitting you to start a new console.

start [–force] /SP/console

break [–D][–c]

Drops the host server from running the Solaris OS software into
OpenBoot PROM or kmdb depending upon the mode in which the Solaris software was booted.
set /HOST
send_break_action=[break|dumpcore]

[start /SP/console]

bootmode [normal] [reset_nvram]
[config=
configname][bootscript =string]
Controls the host server OpenBoot PROM firmware method of
booting.
set /HOST/bootmode
property=value

(where property is
state, config, or script)

flashupdate –s IPaddr –f
pathname [–v] [-y] [-c]
Downloads and updates system firmware (both host firmware and
ALOM CMT firmware). For ILOM, ipaddr must be a TFTP server. If you use DHCP, you can
replace ipaddr with the name of the TFTP host.

The -y option enables you to skip the
confirmation question.

The -c option enables you to update system firmware on your server
without preserving configuration information.

After configuration information has been deleted
(by having used the -c option or the set /SP reset_to_defaults=factory command), you must use the -c
option when replacing system firmware that includes ILOM 3.0 with firmware that includes ILOM 2.0.
If you omit the -c option, the flashupdate command attempts to restore preserved configuration
information, halting the firmware downgrade because that configuration information is
absent.

load –source
tftp://
ipaddr/pathname

reset [–y] [–f]
[–c]

reset –d [–n] [–y] [–f]
[–c]

Generates a hardware reset on the host server.

The
–y option enables you to skip the confirmation question.

The –f option forces a hardware reset.The –c option starts the console.

The
–d option gracefully resets the control domain.The –n option sets the
auto-boot variable to disable (lasts for one reset).The –y option enables you to
skip the confirmation question.The –f option forces a hardware reset.The –c
option starts the console.

reset [-script][–force] /SYS

[start
/SP/console]

[set /HOST/domain/control
auto-boot=disable
]

reset [–script] [–force] /HOST/domain/control

[start /SP/console]

powercycle [–y] [–f]
poweroff followed by poweron. The –f option forces an immediate poweroff, otherwise the command attempts a graceful
shutdown.
stop [–script] [–force] /SYS

start
[
–script] [–force] /SYS

poweroff
[–y][–f]

Removes the main power from the host server. The –y
option enables you to skip the confirmation question. ALOM CMT attempts to shut the server down
gracefully. The –f option forces an immediate shutdown.
stop [–script][–force] /SYS

poweron
Applies the main power to the host server or FRU.
start /SYS

setlocator [on/off]
Turns the Locator LED on the server on or off.
set /SYS/LOCATE value=value

showfaults [–v]
Displays current valid system faults.
show /SP/faultmgmt

clearfault UUID
Manually repairs system faults.
set /SYS/component
clear_fault_action=true

showlocator
Displays the current state of the Locator LED as either
on or off.
show /SYS/LOCATE

removeblade [-y]
Pauses the service processor tasks and illuminates the blue OK to
Remove LED, indicating that it is safe to remove the blade. The -y option enables you to
skip the confirmation question.
set /SYS prepare_to_remove_action=true
unremoveblade
Turns off the OK to Remove LED and restores the service processor
state.
set /SYS return_to_service_action=true
ALOM CMT Shell FRU Commands
ALOM CMT Command
Summary
Comparable ILOM Command
setfru –c data
The –c option enables you to store information (such
as inventory codes) on all FRUs in a system.
set /SYS
customer_frudata=
data

showfru –g lines [–s|–d]
[FRU]
Displays information about the FRUs in a host server.
show [FRU]

removefru [–y] [FRU]
Prepares a FRU (for example, a power supply) for removal. The
–y option enables you to skip the confirmation question.
set /SYS/PS0
prepare_to_remove_action=true

ALOM CMT Shell Automatic System Recovery (ASR) Commands
ALOM CMT Command
Summary
Comparable ILOM Command
enablecomponent component
Re-enables a component that has been disabled using the
disablecomponent command.
set /SYS/component
component_state=enabled

disablecomponent component
Disables a component.
set /SYS/component
component_state=disabled

showcomponent component
Displays system components and their test status.
show /SYS/component
component_state

clearasrdb
Removes all entries from the list of disabled
components.
No equivalent in ILOM

ALOM CMT Shell Miscellaneous Commands
ALOM CMT Command
Summary
Comparable ILOM Command
help [command]
Displays a list of all ALOM CMT commands with their syntax and a brief description of how each
command works. Specifying a command name as an option enables you to view the help for that command.
help
resetsc [–y]

Reboots ALOM CMT. The –y option enables you to skip the confirmation question.
reset [–script] /SP

userclimode username
shelltype
Sets the type of shell to shelltype, where
shelltype is default or alom.
set /SP/users/username
cli_mode=
shelltype
logout
Logs out from an ALOM CMT shell session.
exit
setsc sys_ioreconfigure value
Sets the ioreconfiguration parameter to
value, where value is true, false, or next-boot.
set /HOST ioreconfigure=value
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