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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0 Command Reference 04

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change cli

change cli


The change cli command is used to modify command-line interface (CLI) configuration information.


change cli [ timeout=? ] [ capacity_mode=? ] [ more_enabled=? ] [ silent_enabled=? ]





timeout Predetermined amount of time without some other expected event taking place before the CLI system automatically logs a user out (unit: second).

The value is an integer ranging from 10 to 1000000.

capacity_mode Capacity display mode.

automatic: automatically displays a capacity in a proper unit.

precise: displays a precise returned capacity.

For example, the capacity is 1024000 KB. If you select automatic, the capacity is displayed as 1024 MB. If you select precise, the capacity is displayed as 1024000KB.

more_enabled Whether information can be displayed in separate pages.

yes: Information can be displayed in pages.

no: Information cannot be displayed in pages.

silent_enabled Whether to mask risky alarms,One-time parameter,The parameter becomes invalid after you exit the cli.

yes: masks risky alarms.

no: prompts risky alarms.

When a command to be executed is risky, the system will ask the user to confirm the operation.


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Usage Guidelines



Modify the CLI configuration information.

admin:/>change cli capacity_mode=precise
Command executed successfully.

System Response


Updated: 2019-07-25

Document ID: EDOC1100067955

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