IMM application configuration

This topic describes IMM application configuration (immapp) that is supported by the ASU.

Immapp is the application for IMM configuration, which is supported by ASU version 9.40 or later. It is used to power on, power off, and reboot the operating system (OS). You can also use immapp to report the OS status and show and clear the OS event log and IMM log.

Note: Immapp only supports IMM based systems. For the CIM interface, both HTTP and HTTPS are supported.

Command syntax

asu immapp <command> [options] [command options] [connection options]


Table 1. Commands
Command Description
powerstate Display the current host OS power state of the server.
poweronos Power on the server host OS.
poweroffos Power off the server host OS.
rebootos Reboot the server host OS.
clearsel Clear the system event log.
showsel Display the system event log.
clearimmlog Clear the IMM event log.
showimmlog Display the IMM event log.
clearalllog Clear the IMM event log and system event log.
Table 2. Command options
Option Description
--help Display help for this command and exit without executing the command.
Table 3. Connection options
Connection option Description
--host<ip> Address of the IMM server to operate on.
--user<userid> IMM user name to authenticate. The default is USERID.
--password<password> IMM password to authenticate. The default is PASSWORD.
--kcs Force to use IPMI over KCS local interface.
--cimhttp Use HTTP for the CIM interface. The default is HTTP.
--port<port> Port for the IMM interface. The default is 5989.