Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Omconfig Managing Components Using The Instrumentation Service

The omconfig command allows you to provide values that define warning events, configure alert actions, clear logs, and configure system shutdown, as well as perform other systems management tasks.

Examples of omconfig capabilities include:
  • Administrator privilege to clear command, alert, and hardware logs
  • Administrator privilege to configure and execute system shutdown
  • Power user and administrator privilege to specify values for warning events on fans, voltage probes, and temperature probes
  • Power user and administrator privilege to set alert actions in case of a warning or failure event from intrusion, fans, voltage probes, and temperature probes

For more information on using the omconfig command to view and manage cost of ownership information ( assetinfo), see Omconfig System Or Servermodule Assetinfo Editing Cost Of Ownership Values .

Often, you must use the omreport commands to get the information required to execute an omconfig command. For example, to edit the minimum temperature for a warning event on a temperature probe, you must know the index of the probe. Use the omreport chassis temps or omreport mainsystem temp command to display a list of probes and their indexes. For more information on using the omreport command, see Omreport: Viewing System Status Using The Instrumentation Service.

The following table displays the system availability for the omconfig command:

Table 1. System Availability For The Omconfig Command . This table lists the System Availability For The Omconfig Command
Command Level 1 Command Level 2 Applicable to
omconfig servermodule Blade systems
  mainsystem Blade systems
  system Rack and Tower systems
  chassis Rack and Tower systems

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