helpcommand displays context-sensitive help.
help displays all supported commands.
command help/?> displays the help
message specific to that command.
exitcommand terminates the CLP session.
cdcommand sets the current default target. The context works like a directory path. The root context for the server is "/" and this is the starting point for a CLP system. By changing the context, you can shorten commands.
For example, to find the current iLO 3
firmware version, you could enter the command
show /map1/firmware version. However,
if you enter the
/map1/firmware command, then a simple
show version command displays the
showcommand displays values of a property or contents of a collection target. For example:
cd version exit show
The first line of information returned by
show command is the
current context. In the example,
/ is the current context. Following the
context is a list of subtargets (Targets) and properties
(Properties) applicable to the current context. The verbs (Verbs)
section shows which commands are applicable to this context.
You can also specify the
show command with an explicit or
implicit context as well as a specific property. For example, an
explicit context is
/map1/firmware and is not dependant on
the current context, while an implicit context assumes that the
context specified is a child of the current context. If the current
/map1 then a
show firmware command
If you do not specify a property, then all
properties are shown. In the case of the
/map1/firmware context, there are two
properties available: version and date. If you execute
show /map1/firmware date, only the date
createcommand creates a new instance of the MAP in the name space.
deletecommand removes instances of the MAP in the name space.
loadcommand moves a binary image from a URL to the MAP.
resetcommand causes a target to cycle from enabled to disabled, and back to enabled.
setcommand sets a property or set of properties to a specific value, and resets iLO 3 to implement the changes.
startcommand causes a target to change its state to a higher run level.
stopcommand causes a target to change its state to a lower run level.
versioncommand queries the version of the CLP implementation or other CLP elements. For example:
SM-CLP Version 1.0
oemhp_pingcommand determines if an IP address is reachable from the current iLO 3. For example :
192.168.1.1 is the IP address you are