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showgroups command

Use the showgroups command to list the setting groups that are available on a server.

showgroups command syntax

OneCli.exe config showgroups [<options>]
  • The showgroups command does not require any command options.

  • Groups vary on different systems. See the following for some sample groups. The following is an example of the groups list:
    • UEFI
      • AdvancedRAS

      • BackupBankManagement

      • DevicesandIOPorts

      • DiskGPTRecovery

      • LegacySupport

      • Memory

      • Node1

      • OperatingModes

      • POSTAttempts

      • Power

      • Processors

      • SystemRecovery BootModes BootOrder

    • BootModes

    • BootOrder

    • IMM

    • BroadcomGigabitEthernetBCM5720-910
      • BroadcomGigabitEthernetBCM5720-000AF72567E6

      • BroadcomGigabitEthernetBCM5720-000AF72567E7 IMM

    • PXE


    • SecureBootConfiguration

    • UEFIMisc

    • VPD

    • iSCSI

Table 1. nodes command specific parameters
--interactive, -iOptional

Configure the OneCLI interactive mode. In this mode, OneCLI guides user to input the parameter step by step. Users can also click Tab to generate the configuration setting name.

--kcsOptionalForce to use IPMI over KCS local interface.
  • --bmc, -b

  • --bmc-rest-port, -p

  • --bmc-password, -w

  • --bmc-username, -u

  • --check-trust, -C

  • --config

  • --node

  • --nolog

  • --never-check-trust, -N

  • --output, -o

  • --redfish


Refer to Table 2.

Example of the showgroups command

OneCli.exe config showgroups --bmc userid:password@host