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drobom - CLI for managing drobo units
drobom [ options ] <command> [ arguments... ]
options is one of: -c, --command the command to execute. -d, --device the device to operate on (default searches all devices and picks first one found.) -h, --help print a usage message -v, --verbose verbosity, a bit-field to trigger increased output as needed, mostly for debugging. 1 - General, 2 - Hardware Dialog, 4 - Initiation, 8 - DMP layer, 16- Detection 64 will print everything... (default: 0, as terse as possible.) 128 enables simulation mode (for testing when no Drobo is available. Dangerous!) -V, --version print the version id. command is one of: blink identify the drobo by making the lights blink diag dump diagnostics file into /tmp directory diagprint <diagdumpfile> print diagnostics file to standard output <diagdumpfile> the diagnostic dump file to print. fwcheck query drobo.com for updates to firmware for the given Drobo fwload load a specific firmware for the given Drobo. Arguments: <fwimage> the firmware file to load. fwupgrade upgrade the firmware to the latest and greatest, recommended by DRI help print this text info <toprint> print information on a Drobo. The <toprint> argument is a comma separated list of the values below (default is to print all of them): config, capacity, protocol, settings, slots, firmware, status, options, luns list show device files for all Drobos found. name <newname> Set the name of the Drobo to the given value ( only firmware > 1.3.0 supports this command ) settime sync Drobo's clock to UTC setlunsize Set the size of LUNS on device. Arguments: <sz> integer number of TiB to set the lunsize to <confirmation> Specify 'PleaseEraseMyData' if you really mean it Note: After execution, Drobo reboots, wait a few minutes before accessing again shutdown shutdown drobo (DRI calls this 'standby') status report how is the Drobo doing device raw block device of a drobo (i.e. /dev/sdz) . If not given, assumes all attached drobos.
This manual page was written by Chris AtLee <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project (but may be used by others).