userConfig ?

 
Jason Tomita
Advisor

userConfig ?

I was recently trying to determine the 4th account name on the 2/8 SAN switch on an MSA1000 (this was resolved on another thread). I saw a "userconfig" command. Help shows the following userconfig examples:
userconfig --show
Displays information about the current login account.
userConfig --show Displays information about the account named .
userConfig --show -a
Displays information about all accounts

When I try these on the switch, I get a "syntax error". Is this a bug? Any ideas?

SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userconfig --show admin
syntax error
SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userconfig --show "Admin"
syntax error
SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userconfig --show
syntax error
SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userconfig --show User
syntax error
SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userconfig --show -a
syntax error

3 REPLIES 3
Sameer_Nirmal
Honored Contributor

Re: userConfig ?

Try commonds like ( case sentitive )

admin> userConfig --show -a
admin> userConfig --show
Jason Tomita
Advisor

Re: userConfig ?

Here's the "case-sensitive" results (still the same 'syntax error').

SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userConfig -show
syntax error
SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userConfig --show -a
syntax error
SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userConfig --show -b
syntax error
SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userConfig --show "admin"
syntax error
SGM0627828B-switch1:admin> userConfig --show admin
syntax error
xiami_1
New Member

Re: userConfig ?

userconfig "--show -a"
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