When you log into the Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) as the user padmin, you have access to the restricted shell. For people who’ve cut their teeth on the AIX command line, the VIOS restricted shell can be a source of frustration. The VIOS command syntax is often similar enough to AIX commands that you can get a good idea of what the VIOS commands are about, but they're different enough to make you want to give up the restricted shell altogether. For example, to list the logical ...

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