Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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omconfig Command Summary

The following table provides a high-level summary of the omconfig command. The columns titled Command level 2 and Command level 3 list the major arguments that are used with omconfig. User privilege required refers to the type of privilege you need to run the command, where U = User, P = Power User, and A = Administrator. Use is a very general statement about the actions that are performed using omconfig.

  • NOTE: Although the following table lists all possible omconfig commands, the commands available on the system depend on the system configuration. If you try to get help or run a command for a component not installed on the system, Server Administrator displays a message that the component or feature is not found on the system.
  • NOTE: When CSIOR (Collect System Inventory on Restart) is disabled, omconfig does not allow to configure the BIOS settings.
Table 1. omconfig Command Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 . This table lists the omconfig Command Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3
Command Level 1 Command Level 2 Command Level 3 User Privilege Required Use
omconfig        
  about   U, P, A Shows the version number and properties for the Server Administrator program.
    details=true U, P, A Displays information for all Server Administrator programs that are installed.
  preferences      
    cdvformat A Specifies the delimiter for separating data fields reported in custom delimited format (cdv).
    dirservice A Configures the Microsoft Active Directory service.
    messages A Displays the configured alert message format.
    useraccess A Determines whether users below the administrator level are allowed to use Server Administrator or not.
    webserver A Allows the administrator to set the encryption levels of the Web server and configure the URL launch point in the Server Administrator Web server environment.
  system or servermodule      
    alertaction P, A Determines in advance the actions taken for warning or failure events on intrusion, fans, temperatures, voltages, power supplies, memory, and redundancy.
    alertlog P, A Allows the administrator to clear the alert log.
    assetinfo P, A Enters and edits cost of ownership information for the system, including values for depreciation, lease, maintenance, service, and support.
    cmdlog P, A Allows the administrator to clear the command log.
    esmlog P, A Allows the administrator to clear the ESM log.
    events P, A Enables or disables SNMP traps.
    pedestinations P, A Sets IP addresses for alert destinations.
    platformevents A Determines the shutdown action, if any, taken for a specific platform event. Also, enables or disables platform events filter alert generation.
    recovery P, A Determines in advance how the system responds to a hung operating system.
    shutdown A Allows the administrator to select from several options when shutting down the system.
    thrmshutdown A Sets the severity level at which a thermal event triggers a system shutdown.
    webserver A Starts or stops the Web server.
  chassis or mainsystem      
    biossetup A Configures the behavior of specific system components controlled by the BIOS.
    fans P, A

Configures fan probe warning thresholds to the default or a specific value.

  • NOTE: You cannot change threshold values on embedded server management (ESM3) and Dell PowerEdge x8xx systems.
    frontpanel A Configures the Power button, Non-Masking Interrupt (NMI) button, encryption access, and LCD display of the system.
    info P, A Allows you to set an initial value, or to edit the value of the asset tag or chassis name.
    leds P, A Specifies when to flash a chassis fault LED or chassis identification LED, and allows you to clear the LED for the system's hard drive.
    memorymode A Enables or disables the spare bank, mirroring, raid, and Double Device Data Correction (DDDC) memory modes, and also specify which mode to use.
    pwrmanagement P, A Allows you to choose between maximum power, economy, and optimized performance of the system.
    pwrmonitoring P, A Configures power consumption information and thresholds.
    remoteaccess A Configures remote access information.
    temps P, A

Sets warning threshold values to the default or a specific value.

  • NOTE: You cannot change threshold values on ESM3 and PowerEdge x8xx systems.
    volts P, A

Sets warning threshold values to the default or a specific value.

  • NOTE: You cannot change threshold values on ESM3 and PowerEdge x8xx systems.
  storage     For more information, see Using The Storage Management Service .

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