AWS CloudHSM
User Guide

info

The info command in cloudhsm_mgmt_util gets information about each of the HSMs in the cluster, including the host name, port, IP address and the name and type of the user who is logged in to cloudhsm_mgmt_util on the HSM.

Before you run any cloudhsm_mgmt_util command, you must start cloudhsm_mgmt_util and log in to the HSM. Be sure that you log in with the user account type that can run the commands you plan to use.

If you add or delete HSMs, update the configuration files that the AWS CloudHSM client and the command line tools use. Otherwise, the changes that you make might not be effective for all HSMs in the cluster.

User Type

The following types of users can run this command.

  • All users. You do not have to be logged in to run this command.

Syntax

Because this command does not have named parameters, you must enter the arguments in the order specified in the syntax diagram.

info server <server ID>

Example

This example uses info to get information about an HSM in the cluster. The command uses 0 to refer to the first HSM in the cluster. The output shows the IP address, port, and the type and name of the current user.

aws-cloudhsm> info server 0 Id Name Hostname Port State Partition LoginState 0 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.1 2225 Connected hsm-udw0tkfg1ab Logged in as 'testuser(CU)'

Arguments

Because this command does not have named parameters, you must enter the arguments in the order specified in the syntax diagram.

info server <server ID>
<server id>

Specifies the server ID of the HSM. The HSMs are assigned ordinal numbers that represent the order in which they are added to the cluster, beginning with 0. To find the server ID of an HSM, use getHSMInfo.

Required: Yes

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