For information about the getconfig and get commands, see the RACADM Command Line Reference Guide for iDRAC7 and CMC available at dell.com/support/manuals.
The .cfg file is first parsed to verify that valid group and object names are present and the basic syntax rules are being followed. Errors are flagged with the line number that detected the error, and a message explains the problem. The entire file is parsed for correctness, and all errors are displayed. Write commands are not transmitted to iDRAC7 if an error is found in the .cfg file. The user must correct all errors before using the file to configure iDRAC7. Use the -c option in the config subcommand, which verifies the syntax and does not perform a write operation to iDRAC7.
[cfgUserAdmin] # cfgUserAdminIndex=11 cfgUserAdminUserName= # cfgUserAdminPassword=******** (Write-Only) cfgUserAdminEnable=0 cfgUserAdminPrivilege=0x00000000 cfgUserAdminIpmiLanPrivilege=15 cfgUserAdminIpmiSerialPrivilege=15 cfgUserAdminSolEnable=0
[idrac.users.16] Enable=Disabled IpmiLanPrivilege=15 IpmiSerialPrivilege=15 !!Password=******** (Write-Only) Privilege=0x0 SNMPv3AuthenticationType=SHA SNMPv3Enable=Disabled SNMPv3PrivacyType=AES SolEnable=Disabled UserName=