ALOM

List of ALOM Commands

 

CLI Command Description
help Displays a list of all ALOM commands with their syntax and a brief description of how each command works.
resetsc (-y) Reboots ALOM. The -y option allows you to skip the confirmation question.
reset (-y) (-x) Generates a hardware reset on the host server. The -x option generates an XIR (externally initiated reset). The -y option allows you to skip the confirmation question.
poweroff (-y) (-f) Removes the main power from the host system. The -y option allows you to skip the confirmation question.
poweron Applies the main power to the host system or FRU.
flashupdate Updates the ALOM firmware. This command downloads main and bootom firmware images to ALOM.
removefru (-y) {FRU} Prepares a FRU (for example, a power supply) for removal, and illuminates the host system’s OK-to-Remove indicator light. The -y option allows you to skip the confirmation question.
setsc Sets the specified ALOM parameter to the assigned value.
setupsc Runs the interactive configuration script. This script configures the ALOM configuration variables.
setdate Sets the date and time, when the managed operating system is not running.
setdefaults (-y) (-a) Resets all ALOM configuration parameters to their default values. The -y option allows you to skip the confirmation question. The -a option resets the user information to the factory default (one admin account only).
setlocator (on/off) Turns the Locator LED on the server on or off. This function is available only on host systems that have Locator LEDs.
showlocator Displays the current state of the Locator LED as either on or off. This function is available only on host systems that have Locator LEDs.
showplatform (-v) Displays information about the host system’s hardware configuration, and whether the hardware is providing service. The -v option displays verbose information on the displayed component(s).
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, and keyswitch position.
showfru Displays information about the FRUs (field-replaceable units) in a host system.
showusers (-g) Displays a list of users currently logged in to ALOM. The display for this command has a similar format to that of the UNIX command who.
shownetwork (-v) Displays the current network configuration information.
showsc (-v) Displays the current NVRAM configuration parameters. The -v option prints full version information for ALOM..
showlogs Displays the history of all events logged in the ALOM event buffer.
showdate Displays the ALOM set date. The Solaris operating system and ALOM time are synchronized, but ALOM time is expressed in UTC (Universal Time) rather than local time.
usershow Displays a list of all user accounts, permission levels, and whether passwords are assigned.
useradd Adds a user account to ALOM.
userdel Deletes a user account from ALOM.
userpassword Sets or changes a user password.
userperm Sets the permission level for a user account.
password Changes the login password of the current user.
console (-f) Connects to the host system console. The -f option forces the console write lock from one user to another.
break Drops the host server from running the Solaris operating system into OpenBoot PROM (OBP) or kadb.
bootmode (normal | reset_nvram | diag | skipdiag) Controls the host server OBP firmware during system installation.
logout Logs out from an ALOM shell session.
consolehistory (-v) (boot | run) Displays the host system console output buffers.
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