HP iLO3 Popular commands

To start iLO with keyboard and monitor connected to the box – press F7 (or F8?) while booting

To retrieve the iLO status, enter:
# ipmitool mc info
To retrieve the status of iLO monitored sensors, enter:

# ipmitool sensor list
To retrieve the contents of the IPMI SEL, enter:
# ipmitool sel list

The general syntax of a CLP command is:
<verb> <target> <option> <property>

Verbs—The supported verbs are:

  • cd
  • create
  • delete
  • help
  • load
  • reset
  • set
  • show
  • start
  • stop
  • exit
  • version

Target—The default target is the /. Change the target using the cd command, or by specifyinga target on the command line.
Options—The valid options are:
-help/-h
-all/-a

Properties —Are the attributes of the target that can be modified.
Output —The output syntax is:
status
status_tag
status_msg

command help/?     Displays the help message specific to that command
To power on/ off
Network commands
 
The network subsystems are located at:•
/map1/enetport1
/map1/dhcpendpt1
/map1/dnsendpt1
/map1/gateway1
/map1/dnsserver1
/map1/dnsserver2
/map1/dnsserver3
/map1/settings1
/map1/vlan1
Properties, Targets, and Verbs:

enetport1
Targets

lanendpt1
Properties

  • EnabledState
  • OtherTypeDescription
  • Autosense
  • PermanentAddress
  • LinkTechnology
  • Speed
  • SystemName
  • Fullduplex

Verbs
cd
version
exit
show
set
For example
set /map1/enetport1 Speed=100
set /map1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1SubnetMask=255.255.248.0

dhcpendpt1
Properties
EnabledState
OtherTypeDescription
dnsendpt1

  • Properties
  • EnabledState
  • HostName
  • DomainName
  • OtherTypeDescription
The iLO 3 embedded health CLP settings are:•

/system1/fan*
/system1/sensor*
/system1/powersupply
*

</system1/powersupply1>hpiLO-> show
For example
The following commands are supported if the current
target is:/system1
start
stop
 
Or:
power
power on 
power off
The following commands are supported if the current
target is:/map1
reset
/map1/firmware1
Version
Date
Eventlog commands
Eventlog commands enable you to display or delete the logs of
both the system and iLO 3.

/system1/log1—IML
/map1/log1—iLO event log
For example
show /system1/led1—Displays current LED status
start /system1/led1—Turns LED on
stop /system1/led1—Turns LED off
iLO 3 CLI support
Simple UID CLI commands are supported:
uid—Displays the current UID state on the server.
uid on—Turns the UID light on.
uid off—Turns the UID light off.
For example:

show /system1/cpu1—Displays information on one CPU.
show /system1/memory1—Displays information on one memory slot.
show /system1/slot1—Displays information on one slot.
show /system1/firmware1—Displays information about system ROM.