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Description This article explains how to enter a VDOM to execute commands without exiting the current VDOM.
Solution CLI command, #sudo, allows the running of global commands from within the VDOM context of the CLI.
This means that the user no longer has to: - Exit from the VDOM - Enter global - Run the command - Return to the previous VDOM
These commands will only work if the user already has permissions to run the command. Unlike the #sudo command
in some other operating systems like Linux, this command does not allow
the user to run programs with the privileges of another user.
i.e) # config vdom (vdom) # edit TP current vf=TP:1 (TP) # sudo global show system ha config system ha set group-id 10 set group-name "fgcp" set mode a-p set hbdev "port31" 50 set session-pickup enable set ha-mgmt-status enable set ha-uptime-diff-margin 3 set override disable set priority 200 set monitor "port1" "port2" end
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