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openipmish(1) Shell interface to an IPMI system openipmish(1)
openipmish - Shell interface to an IPMI system
The openipmish is a command interpreter that gives the full power of the OpenIPMI library
to a user-level command language. It is designed so it can easily be driven with a
scripting language like TCL, it has well-formed output.
openipmish starts up with no connections or anything of that nature. You must enter com-
mands to make connections to domains.
--dmsg Turn on message debugging, this will dump all messages to debug log output.
Turn on raw message debugging, this will dump all low-level messages to debug log
output. This differs from normal message debugging in that all protocol messages
are also dumped, not just IPMI messages.
--dmem Turn on memory debugging, this will cause memory allocation and deallocations to be
checked. When the program terminates, it will dump all memory that was not prop-
erly freed (leaked).
Turn on printing out low-level message errors.
Turn on lock debugging, this will check lock operations to make sure that locks are
help in all the proper places and make sure that locks are properly nested.
-x <string>, --execute <string>
Execute the given string at startup. This may be entered multiple times for multi-
--glib Use glib for the OS handler.
--snmp Enable the SNMP trap handler. openipmish must be compiled with SNMP code enabled
for this option to be available.
--help Help output
openipmish follows the standard command syntax defined in ipmi_cmdlang(7). See that for
the details on most commands. The IPMI manual that comes with OpenIPMI will also be quite
openipmish defines some commands that are not in the standard command language. These
read Read and execute commands from the given file.
Normally, openipmish redisplays the command line when an event comes in. This is
nice for interactive use, but bad for scripting. This lets you turn that function
on and off.
Corey Minyard <email@example.com>
OpenIPMI 05/13/03 openipmish(1)
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