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QoreStor 7.0.1 - Command Line Reference Guide

Introduction to the QoreStor Command Line Reference Guide Introducing QoreStor Managing QoreStor
Alerts Commands Authenticate Commands Email_alerts Commands Email_stats Commands OST RDA Sc_manager command Stats Storage Group commands System User
Managing QoreStor Storage Operations
Cloud_tier Connection Container iSCSI NDMP Object_container Object_direct Performance_tier Replication Seed Schedule VTL
Maintaining QoreStor About us

Managing QoreStor

This topic introduces the QoreStor CLI commands for configuring, managing, and viewing the current status of a QoreStor server. For example, the QoreStor CLI alerts and system commands both contain options that provide administrators with the capability to configure, manage, and display the status of the a QoreStor server.

The following list of commands provide the functionality for configuring, managing, and displaying QoreStor status:

  • Alerts
  • Email_alerts
  • OST (OpenStorage Technology)
  • RDA (Rapid Data Access)
  • Stats (statistics)
  • Storage Group
  • System
  • User

Alerts Commands

This topic introduces the set of QoreStor CLI commands that enable you to perform the following tasks:

  • Display system alerts and events.

Alerts Command Usage

This topic introduces the alerts command usage:

  • alerts --show [options]
  • alerts --help

NOTE: If you specify a command without supplying the expected value or option, you will be prompted to provide the correct value or option.

alerts --show [--events] [--index <[-]number> [--count <number>] [--all]


Displays the current list of system events.

NOTE: The default is to display the 30 most recent events (this example is intentionally brief). The count and index options can also be used to filter the list of events (alerts --show --events --count <number>).


alerts --show [--events] [--index <[-]number>] [--count <number>] [--all]
	       [--alerts] [--index <[-]number>] [--count <number>] [--all]


--events    Display events.
--alerts    Display alerts.--index     Starting index to display / -num recent events to skip.
--count     Count of alerts or events to display.
--all       Display all events / alerts.
--summary   Displays total number of alert messages.


alerts --show --events
Index  Severity  Time                 Event Message
188    INFO      2018-06-07 18:07:28  Successfully authenticated User admin.
187    INFO      2018-06-07 18:03:54  Optimization initialized on container "NVBU1".
186    INFO      2018-06-07 18:03:54  Container "NVBU1" is configured to access over RDS by the following clients: * ('*' means access for everyone).
185    INFO      2018-06-07 18:03:54  Container "NVBU1" created successfully.
184    INFO      2018-06-07 18:02:34  Successfully authenticated User admin.
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