General CLI Commands This section contains general CLI commands, including commands relating to licenses, certificates, login banner, and syslog. Child Topicsacknowledge_scanner_error_countersAcknowledge read and/or compare errors so that alerts will no longer be shown for the current counter value. Acknowledgment can be performed at Storage Pool level or at device level, and for counter type. add_trusted_caUpload the certificate from the specified file as a trusted certificate. extract_root_caExtract the MDM root certificate to the specified file. This is the first step in the process of exchanging certificates between replication peer systems. list_trusted_caDisplay a list of the currently trusted certificates in the system. query_licenseRetrieve information about current license restrictions. query_disconnectionsQuery a variety of connection statuses. query_remote_syslogRetrieve the remote syslog module state and configuration. query_oscillating_failure_counter_parametersRetrieve oscillating failure counter parameters. remove_trusted_caRemove the certificate with the given fingerprint. reset_oscillating_failure_countersReset the specified oscillating failure counters to zero. This command is useful when you have fixed a problem and want to ensure that an alert is no longer active in the system. set_cli_login_banner_acceptance_modeSet the login banner acceptance mode. set_cli_login_banner_preemptive_acceptanceEnable or prevent CLI users from preemptively accepting the login banner. set_licenseSet the PowerFlex license. set_login_bannerSet the login banner that is displayed at every login to the system, or remove an existing login banner. set_oscillating_failure_counter_parametersModify oscillating failure counter parameters. You can use this command to configure the time interval associated with each window type and the number of failures allowed before reporting commences for each window type, per counter. set_remote_read_only_limit_stateConfigure the PowerFlex system to restrict access from remote clients to read-only operations on the MDM. When this restriction is enabled, remote client users cannot change any configurations on the MDM. However, users on a local host may still make configuration changes while the restriction is enforced. set_syslog_facilitySet the facility field of the syslog events. Legal values are 0 to 23. start_remote_syslogStart posting events to a remote syslog server. stop_remote_syslogStop posting events to a remote syslog server.