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FusionServer Tools 2.0 uREST User Guide 16

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Exporting or Importing BIOS and iBMC Configuration Files

Exporting or Importing BIOS and iBMC Configuration Files

Function

Export or import BIOS and iBMC configuration files.

Format

./urest -H HOST -p PORT -U USERNAME -P PASSWORD config -M {export,import} -c CONTENT -F FILE

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

HOST

iBMC IP address or domain name. It is a mandatory parameter. If an IPv6 address is used, the IPv6 address must be included in square brackets, such as [1001::1001].

-

PORT

Port number. The default value is 443. It is an optional parameter.

Enter the port number if the default value 443 is not used.

USERNAME

iBMC user name. It is a mandatory parameter.

-

PASSWORD

Password of the iBMC user. It is a mandatory parameter.

-

{export,import}

Export or import BIOS and iBMC configuration files. It is a mandatory parameter.

  • export
  • import

CONTENT

/tmp directory in the iBMC or remote directory to which the file is exported or imported. It is an optional parameter.

  • If a local directory is used, the value must be the /tmp directory in the iBMC, and a file name needs to be specified.
  • If a remote directory is used, the value must be in File transferring protocol://User name:Password@Remote server IP address/Directory/File name format. (The file transferring protocols include sftp, https, nfs, cifs, and scp. The protocol names must be in lowercase letters.)
    NOTE:
    • Only Server Message Block (SMB) V1.0 is supported.
    • The file path restrictions are as follows:
      • The domain name and host name formats are not supported.
      • The e$ path format is not supported.
      • Anonymous login is not supported.
      • Backslashes (\) are not supported.
      • The file path cannot contain spaces. If the path contains spaces on Windows, add three double quotation marks (""") before and after the path. If the path contains spaces on Linux, add a double quotation mark (") before and after the path.
    • If cifs is used, the /home directory cannot be used.
    • If nfs is used, you do not need to enter the user name and password. The value needs to be in nfs://Remote server IP address/Directory/File name format.

FILE

Local path for exporting or importing BIOS and iBMC configuration files. It is an optional parameter.

The file path cannot contain spaces. If the path contains spaces:

  • On Windows, add three double quotation marks (""") before and after the path, for example, -F """D:\\test config\\config.xml""".
  • On Linux, add a double quotation mark (") before and after the path, for example, -F "/home/test config/config.xml".

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

Obtain help information.

usage: urest config [-h] -M {export,import} [-c CONTENT] [-F FILE]
 
optional arguments:
  -h, --help          show this help message and exit
  -M {export,import}  import or export the configuration file
  -c CONTENT          configuration file path. use /tmp/directory/filename for
                      a local file and
                      protocol://username:password@ip/directory/filename for a
                      remote file. protocol can be SFTP, HTTPS, NFS, CIFS, or
                      SCP
  -F FILE             the path of file. Local export or Local
                      import:Folder/File name.

Export configuration files to a remote directory.

[root@localhost bin]# ./urest -H 10.10.10.10 -U ****** -P ****** config -M export -c sftp://******:******@10.10.10.10/home/config.xml 
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