Using the Show command

The show command shows components, parameters, and current settings for an Application Server. The format is:

show <component> <parameter>

Note

If you do not specify a value for a parameter, the default value is used for the operation.

To show

At the bladmin> prompt, enter

Descriptions of all parameters for all components

show descriptions
For example:
bladmin> show descriptions
[AccountConfig]
AccountLockoutDuration - How long (in minutes) to keep the account locked
AccountLockoutThreshold - How many failed logins before the account is locked
MaxPasswordAge - How many days before a password needs to be changed
MinPasswordLength - Minimum length of password required
[AgentConfig]
EnableAgentRpc - Enable or disable agent RPC communication [true, false]
SecureFilePath - Path to the rsc "'secure' file.
[AppServer]
AppServerName - name of application server
AppSvcPort - listening port for Application service
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All components and parameters, plus settings for parameters that have them

show all
For example:
bladmin> show all
[AccountConfig]
AccountLockoutDuration:0
AccountockoutThreshold:0
MaxPasswordAge:0
MinPasswordLength:0
[AgentConfig]
EnableAgentRpc:false
SecureFilePath:
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A component's parameters (with descriptions)

show <component>
For example:
bladmin> show fileserver
available options:
[all|location|name]
all - display all configuration parameters for this option
location - the NSH style </c/temp> location
name - the name of the fileserver

A component's parameters and settings

show <component> all
For example:
bladmin> show snmpconfig all
[SnmpConfig]
SnmpPort:162
SnmpServer:

The current setting for a single parameter

show <component> <parameter>
For example:

bladmin> show database MaxGeneralConnections
MaxGeneralConnections:100

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