Use the -info mode command to view the following:
The data currently stored in the image-safe area on the device
This data is saved by the Novell ZENworks Configuration Management Imaging Agent (novell-zisdservice) during each device’s session to ensure that it can be restored after the device is reimaged. If the device is new and doesn’t have an operating system yet, an initial set of data is supplied from the default configuration for the ZENworks Management Zone, such as IP addresses.
Information about the hardware devices on the device
This information is detected during the imaging boot process. If the ZENworks Imaging Engine runs in auto-imaging mode, this information is sent to the Imaging Server to help determine which image to restore to the device, if necessary.
Name of the base image that was last restored on the device
To use the Information mode:
To display the ZENworks Imaging Engine menu, enter:
Click, then click or .
See Table E-18 for details.
Enter one of the following from the imaging maintenance mode prompt:
img -info -hardware
img -info -zisd
You can abbreviate -info as ‑i.
For more information, see:
Table E-18 Information Mode Commands and Parameters
Menu item or parameter
System Information > Detected Hardware
img ‑info (from the imaging maintenance mode prompt)
Lists the detected hardware devices on the device, including:
System Information > Image Safe Data
img -info -zisd (from the imaging maintenance mode prompt)
Lists the data currently stored in the image-safe area on the device. The items that comprise this data are listed in Section D.5, Image-Safe Data Viewer and Editor (zisview and zisedit).
In addition to the image-safe data, the last base image that was restored on the device is also listed.
Table E-19 Information Mode Examples
img -info ‑hardware
Lists the detected hardware devices on the device.
img -info -zisd
Lists the Configuration Management image-safe data currently stored on the device and the last base image that was restored.