View utility information.
View or edit array information. Create, edit or delete a new or existing array. Create, edit or delete logical drives in an existing array. To physically locate an array in an enclosure. Accept an incomplete array condition.
View battery information or to recondition a battery.
View status of all current background activities. Enable or disable relevant background activities. Modify the background task rate for each of the background tasks.
View buzzer status, enable/disable and turn on/off buzzer.
View, create, edit or delete a CHAP record. iSCSI host interface product only.
View logical drive error tables.
For express or automatic configuration. For advanced configuration please see the ‘array’ command.
View or edit controller information and settings.
View or edit system time.
View or edit enclosure and SEP information and settings. Locate an enclosure via LEDs.
View or clear events logs
Export files to remote tftp host.
Restore settings to factory defaults.
View or edit fc information and settings. Fibre Channel host interface product only.
Import files from remote tftp host.
View logical drive initialization status and progress. Start, stop, pause or resume an initialization or a quick initialization.
View the initiator list. Add or delete an initiator entry.
View or edit iSCSI information and settings. iSCSI host interface product only.
View or edit iSNS information and settings. iSCSI host interface product only.
List, modify, create and delete Link aggregation information and settings. iSCSI host interface product only.
View the LUN mapping and masking table. Enable or disable LUN mapping and masking on iSCSI and Fibre Channel host interface product. Add, delete or modify an LMM entry.
View or edit logical drive information and settings. Locate a logical drive via LEDs
Logout session for the current user.
Enter or exit maintenance mode.
Enter menu driven Command Line Utility.
Start and monitor disk array migration process.
View media patrol status and progress. Start, stop, pause, or resume media patrol.
View or edit ethernet network information and settings.
Modify a user’s password.
View PDM status and progress. Start, stop, pause, or resume PDM process.
View or edit physical drive information and settings. Locate a physical drive via LEDs.
Ping another system through management port or iSCSI ports.
Update system software and firmware through tftp server.
View redundancy check status and progress. Start, stop, pause or resume redundancy check
View rebuild status and progress. Start, stop, pause, or resume a rebuild process
SAS diagnostic command.
View or edit SAS host interface port information and settings. SAS host interface product only.
View spare check status. Start spare check.
View or edit parallel SCSI information and settings. Parallel SCSI host interface product only.
Shutdown or restart system.
Create or modify hot spare drives.
View or reset statistics.
View or edit subsystem information and settings.
View, start or stop software component.
View logical drive synchronization status and progress.
View SAS topology, the physical connections and device information. For products that support multiple enclosures only.
View transition status and progress. Start, stop, pause, or resume a transition process.
List, modify, create and delete user accounts on subsystem.
List, modify, create and delete VLAN information and settings. iSCSI host interface product only.
List, modify SAS zoning on subsystem.
When used in conjunction with a command (e.g.: help array) it will display help information for that particular command.
krypted April 16th, 2008
Posted In: Xsan
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