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Starting version 8.9.03, BMC Server Automation is renamed to TrueSight Server Automation. This space contains information about BMC Server Automation 8.9.02 and previous versions. For TrueSight Server Automation 8.9.03 and later releases, see TrueSight Server Automation 8.9.

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:200

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