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CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
Code42 for Enterprise, yes.
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The managed appliance boots into the command line. The command line provides basic configuration tools and Linux commands for troubleshooting.
Press TAB twice to display all available commands.
|apt-retrieve-credentials||Retrieve credentials and set up via code42.cfg|
|apt-submit-credentials ||Generate a unique password and upload credentials|
|clear||Clear the command screen*|
|date||Display the current date and time*|
|df||Display available disk space on the filesystem*|
|factory-defaults||Completely removes the contents of the code42.cfg|
|firewall on||Enable iptables firewall rules set within /etc/iptables/rules.v4|
|firewall off||Disable iptables firewall rules set within /etc/iptables/rules.v4|
|free||Display total free and used physical and swap memory, and buffers used by the kernel*|
|history||Display the recent commands executed*|
|hostname||Display the system's hostname*|
|iostat||Displays the current CPU load average and disk I/O utilization, providing a great way to monitor your disk I/O usage*|
|ipmi-factory-defaults||Reset IPMI settings to factory defaults|
|ipmi-password||Set an IPMI password|
|ipmi-reload||Re-issues IP/DHCP/networking configuration commands from the code42.cfg to the IPMI|
|ipmi-reset||Reboots the IPMI interface|
|Configure the IPMI network settings|
|last-known-good||Reverts to a previously set known good configuration|
|lsicmd||Display drive status|
|netstat||Print information about the Linux networking subsystem*|
|ntpdate||Set the local date and time by polling the Network Time Protocol (NTP) given as the server arguments to determine the correct time*|
|ping||Use to check that there is a network communication to another computer*|
|poweroff||Shut down the appliance*|
|ps||Give a snapshot of the current processes*|
|reboot||Reboot the system*|
|restart-networking||Restarts networking, applying network changes|
|set-ipmi||Configure the IPMI network settings|
|set-monitoring||Configure the server to contact for monitoring|
|set-net||Run the network configuration wizard|
|set-tz||Run the time zone configuration wizard|
|show-all||Display all configuration settings|
|show-ipmi||Display all IPMI devices|
|show-net||Display network configuration settings|
|show-raid||Display virtual drive info|
|show-serial||Display the serial number of the managed appliance|
|show-version||Display appliance, CLI, and Pepper version numbers|
|silencealarm||Silence any audible alarms, such as a failed drive alarm|
|tcpdump||Analyzes TCP/IP and other packets transmitted or received by a network*|
|top||Display the top CPU processes*|
|traceroute||Print the route that packets take to the network host*|
|uptime||Display how long the system has been running*|
|w||Displays the users currently logged in, and lists their running processes*|
* - indicates this command is a native Linux command. For full information on Linux commands, please view the command's man page. Note that man pages are not installed on the managed appliance operating system.