With guidance from technical support, you can enable the diagnostic account to gain access to the systemshell to perform low-level diagnostic and troubleshooting tasks. You can also disable the diagnostic account at any time to disallow access to the systemshell.
|If you want to...||Enter the following command at the storage system prompt...|
|Display the diagnostic account information and status||useradmin diaguser show
By default, the diagnostic account is disabled.
Note: The diagnostic account user name, “diag,” is not displayed as a part of the useradmin user list command. To display the account information, you must use useradmin diaguser show.
|Enable the diagnostic account.||useradmin diaguser unlock|
|Disable the diagnostic account||useradmin diaguser lock|
The following example shows how you can use the useradmin diaguser commands to display and enable the diagnostic account.
systemname*> useradmin diaguser show Name: diag Info: Account for access to systemshell Locked: yes systemname*> useradmin diaguser unlock systemname*> useradmin diaguser show Name: diag Info Account for access to systemshell Locked: no