hadbm setadminpassword [ -adminpasswordfile=filename] [-newadminpasswordfile=filename] [-agent=ma_url]
Use the hadbm setadminpassword command to change the admin password for a management domain. If no options are provided with the command the user will be prompted for both the old and new passwords interactively. Passwords less than 8 characters long are assumed unsafe passwords, and the user will be warned. However, unsafe passwords will be accepted.
The file from which the administrator user password is read. Passwords can only be supplied interactively or through the password file.
Use the adminpasswordfile option to provide the new password as a path to a file that contains the password. It is also possible to specify the new password interactively.
Use this option to enable access to a management domain without a password.
Identifies the URL to the Management Agent. The default is localhost:1862.
hadbm setadminpassword --agent=host1,host2:41108 Please type current password for admin system user: ********* Please type new password for admin system user: ********* Please retype new password for admin system user: ********* Password successfully updated.
hadbm setadminpassword --no-adminauthentication --agent=host1,host2:41108 Please type current password for admin system user: ********* This command will now update the admin password. Type "yes" or "y" to update the password for the admin system user, anything else to cancel:y Password successfully updated.