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FusionStorage V100R006C10 File Storage Service Software Installation Guide 06

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Logging In to the CLI

Logging In to the CLI

This section introduces how to log in to the command-line interface (CLI). After logging in to the storage system through the CLI, you can query, set, manage, and maintain services running on the system.


  • The maintenance terminal has been correctly connected to the storage system switch through a network cable.
  • The IP address of the maintenance terminal is connected to the storage system maintenance network.
  • If the maintenance terminal employs the Windows operating system, the Secure Shell (SSH) has been obtained.
    This document uses PuTTY 0.63 on the Windows operating system as an example to explain how to log in to the CLI.


  1. Run PuTTY on the maintenance terminal.
  2. Set Host Name (or IP address) to the management IP address of the storage cluster and keep the default values of other parameters.

  3. Click Open. If the connection succeeded, the following information is displayed:

    login as:

  4. Enter user name omuser and password Omuser@storage.


    Omuser@storage is the default operating system password. The password is user-definable.

  5. Run cli_start -u admin.
  6. Type the password and press Enter to log in to the CLI as user admin.

    The CLI and DeviceManager share the same admin user. Your password is forcibly changed after DeviceManager is deployed. Use the new password to log in again.

    You must change the default password of default account upon delivery of the system to reduce potential security risks. You are advised to periodically change the password.

  7. Run CLI commands after the CLI prompt changes to admin:/>.

    The command prompt shows the user name that has logged in to the CLI.

Updated: 2019-03-28

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