Useful OA (Onboard Administrator) Commands to view the Configuration


Here are the few useful commands to view the Configuration of the OA (Onboard Administrator) for HPE Enclosures.

Login to Putty  / OA CLI  (You can connect to Active OA – IP / Hostname of OA and click on Open).

Login to Putty

Login Using Valid username and password

OA Login

Based on your requirement run below commands to view the configurations. It will save your time instead of fetching the required information from GUI.

Command List

show rack info show enclosure status
show rack name show enclosure temp
show topology show fru
show password settings show languages
show session timeout show oa
show user show oa certificate
show ca certificates show oa info
show twofactor info show oa network
show ldap certificate show oa status
show ldap group show oa uptime
show ldap info show oa usb
show hpsim info show oa poer
show all show syslog
show device serial_number blade <bay no.> show remote_support events
show server firmware show syslog oa
show server boot show syslog history
show server info show firmware
show server list show firmware management
Show health show firmware management log
show urb show firmware summary
show ebipa show firmware summary csv
show ebipav6 show firmware log server
show fips mode show firmware log session
show health show server names
show login_banner show server port map
show network show server powerdelay
show snmp show server status
show snmp user show server temp
show sshfingerprint show syslog server
show sshkey show interconnect
show ssl cipher show interconnect info
show ssl protocol show interconnect list
show vcmode show interconnect port map
show config show interconnect powerdelay
show date show interconnect sessions
show display events show interconnect status
show enclosure fan show server dvd
show enclosure info show syslog settings
show enclosure lcd show usbkey
show enclosure power_summary show vlan
show enclosure powersupply show remote_support
  show remote_support certificate
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