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Use the help command to list all available targets in the CLI namespace for your system with a brief description.
Use the cd command to navigate the namespace hierarchy.
For example, to navigate to the services target under /SP:
Use the show command (or ls) to list the targets immediately under services and the commands that can be used with the services target.
-> show /SP/services Targets: http https ipmi kvms servicetag snmp ssh sso wsman Properties: Commands: cd show ->
Note - You can issue commands from anywhere in the CLI hierarchy as long as you use a fully qualified path and the command is supported by the intended target. In the previous example, you could have entered show /SP/services to yield the same result.
If a target has properties, the show command is used to list the current properties and supported commands for the target.
For example, the show command output might display properties and commands in a simple list:
-> show http /SP/services/http Targets: Properties: port = 80 secureredirect = enabled servicestate = disabled sessiontimeout = 15 Commands: cd set show ->
Or, the show command output might display properties and commands in a tabular output:
-> show -o table http Target | Property | Value ---------------------+------------------------+-------------- /SP/services/http | port | 80 /SP/services/http | secureredirect | enabled /SP/services/http | servicestate | disabled /SP/services/http | sessiontimeout | 15 ->
Use the help command to display all configurable properties, supported values, and role requirements to configure a target's properties.
Note - Not all targets have configurable properties. Some are view only.
For example, to obtain help on the target for configuring the Oracle ILOM internal web server for HTTP access:
-> help http /SP/services/http : HTTP service Targets: Properties: port : Port number for http service port : User role required for set = a secureredirect : HTTP secure redirect secureredirect : Possible values = enabled, disabled secureredirect : User role required for set = a servicestate : HTTP service state servicestate : Possible values = enabled, disabled servicestate : User role required for set = a sessiontimeout : Timeout in minutes for http session sessiontimeout : Possible values = Range: 1-720 minutes sessiontimeout : User role required for set = a ->