Table of Contents

About the Documentation
SRC Documentation and Release Notes
Audience
Documentation Conventions
Documentation Feedback
Requesting Technical Support
Introduction
Introducing the SRC CLI
SRC CLI Overview
Understanding SRC CLI Command Modes
Understanding SRC Command and Statement Hierarchies
SRC CLI Command Hierarchy
Configuration Statement Hierarchy
Key Features of the SRC CLI
Leveraging Industry-Standard Technologies
Getting Started: A Quick Tour of the SRC CLI
Before You Start the SRC CLI
Starting the SRC CLI
Displaying Commands
Verifying System Status
Configuring a User Account
Creating a Configuration
Using Shortcuts to Create a Configuration
Making Changes to the Configuration
Rolling Back Configuration Changes
SRC CLI Basics
Elements of the Command-Line Interface
SRC CLI Messages
Displaying Command Output
Types of SRC Commands and Statements
Command Options
Configuration Statements and Identifiers
Privilege Levels for Using Commands and Statements
Switching Between Operational Mode and Configuration Mode
Switching to Configuration Mode
Returning to Operational Mode
Running Operational Mode Commands from Configuration Mode
Moving Among Hierarchy Levels in the SRC CLI
Displaying SRC CLI Command History
Configuring a Schedule for Executing the Commands or Scripts (SRC CLI)
Getting Online Help for the SRC CLI
Getting Help for Commands and Statements for the SRC CLI
Getting Help for Omitted Statements
Using SRC CLI Command Completion
Using Command Completion in Configuration Mode
Operational Mode and Configuration Mode
Using the SRC CLI Operational Commands to Monitor the SRC Software
SRC CLI Command Categories
Commonly Used Operational Mode Commands
Viewing Files and Directories
Directories on the C Series Controller
Listing Files and Directories
Specifying Filenames and URLs
Managing SRC Modules and Components
Viewing C Series Controller Information
Restarting an SRC Module or Component
Stopping the SRC Software
Rebooting the SRC Software
Viewing Information about Users Logged Into the SRC Software
Using Commands and Statements to Configure the SRC Software
Understanding SRC CLI Configuration Mode
Configuration Mode Commands
Configuration Statements
Configuration Statement Hierarchy
Working in Configuration Mode with the SRC CLI
Creating an SRC Configuration
Entering Configuration Mode
Exiting from Configuration Mode
Modifying the Configuration
Commands to Modify a Configuration
Entering Values for Statement Options
Displaying the Current Configuration
Adding Configuration Statements and Identifiers
Deleting a Statement from the Configuration
Renaming an Identifier
Inserting a New Identifier
Copying a Configuration from One Configuration Location to Another
Displaying Set Commands for the Configuration (SRC CLI)
Verifying a Configuration
Committing a Configuration
Committing a Configuration and Exiting Configuration Mode
When Multiple Users Configure the Software
Filtering Command Output in the SRC CLI
Using Keyboard Sequences at the MORE Prompt in the SRC CLI
Using the Pipe ( | ) Symbol When Entering Commands
Using Regular Expressions with the Pipe Symbol
Using Pipe Filter Functions
Counting the Number of Lines of Output
Displaying Summarized Output for a Hierarchy Level (SRC CLI)
Displaying Output in XML Tag Format
Disregarding Output That Does Not Match a Regular Expression
Displaying Output from the First Match of a Regular Expression
Displaying the End of the Output for a Command
Displaying Output That Matches a Regular Expression
Preventing Output from Being Paginated
Saving Output to a File
Using Keyboard Shortcuts in the SRC CLI
SRC CLI Environment and SRC Module and Component Management
Controlling the SRC CLI Environment
Commands to Control the SRC CLI Environment Overview
Setting the Editing Level for the SRC CLI
Setting the Terminal Type for the SRC CLI
Setting the Language for the Terminal Environment for the SRC CLI
Setting the Screen Length for the SRC CLI
Setting the Screen Width for the SRC CLI
Changing the Password for the SRC CLI
Setting the SRC CLI Prompt
Setting the Directory for the SRC CLI
Setting Command Completion for the SRC CLI
Viewing Settings for the SRC CLI
Managing SRC Configurations
How the SRC Configuration Is Stored
Commands to Save a Configuration to a File
SSH Host Keys
Component State
Updating the SRC Configuration
SRC Configuration Updates
Before You Load a Configuration
Commands to Load a Configuration
SSH Host Keys
Component State
Attributes in SRC Configuration Files
About SRC Configuration Files in XML Format
Example: Using Attributes When Editing an XML Configuration File
About SRC Configuration Files in Text Format
Example: Using Attributes When Editing a Text Configuration File
About SRC Configuration Files in Set Format
Preparing a File to Be Loaded into the Current SRC Configuration
Loading an SRC Configuration
Replacing the Current Configuration with the Default SRC Configuration
Merging the Active Configuration with Another Configuration
Replacing the Configuration
Replacing Parts of the Configuration
Adding a Configuration Through Configuration Mode Commands
Loading a Configuration at a Specified Hierarchy Level
Comparing SRC Configurations
Reverting to a Previous SRC Configuration
Cutting and Pasting Configuration Information at the SRC CLI
Managing SRC Modules and Components with the CLI
Verifying Status of SRC Components
Enabling SRC Components
Disabling an SRC Component
Restarting an SRC Component
Index
Index