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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0 Command Reference 03

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show ftp share_auth_client each

show ftp share_auth_client each

Function

The show ftp share_auth_client each command is used to query a single FTP share.

Format

show ftp share_auth_client each < accessID >

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

accessID Share ID.

The value contains 1 to 32 characters and cannot contain the following characters: "/\[]:;|=,+*?<>@ or space.

Level

Resource administrator

Usage Guidelines

Read-only users can also run this command to view information.

Example

Query a single FTP share.

admin:/>show ftp share_auth_client each ftp01
 
  userName      : ftp01          
  accessID      : ftp01           
  sharePath     : /ftp01           
  upBandwidth   : 0                
  downBandwidth : 0                
  permission    : 31              

System Response

The following table describes the parameter meanings.

Parameter

Meaning

userName

Share username.

accessID

Share ID.

sharePath

Share file path.

upBandwidth

The value is an integer between "0" and "409,600" expressed in KByte/s. If the value is set to "0", there is no limit on the upload bandwidth.

downBandwidth

The value is an integer between "0" and "409,600" expressed in KByte/s. If the value is set to "0", there is no limit on the download bandwidth.

permission

A 5-bit binary number is used to indicate whether permissions are supported. Such permissions are permissions for directory creation and browse, and file upload,

download, and deletion. The decimal number that corresponds to the binary number ranges from 0 to 31. From the right to left, the digits of the binary number indicate deletion, download, upload, directory and file browse, and directory creation.1 indicates permission enablement, whereas 0 indicates permission disablement.

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Updated: 2019-05-07

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