Collecting diagnostic information

You can use the adinfo command to display or collect detailed diagnostic and configuration information for a local UNIX computer. Options control the type of information and level of detail displayed or collected. The options you are most likely to use to collect diagnostic information are the --config, --diag, or --support options, which require you to be logged in as root. You can redirect the output from any adinfo command to a file for further analysis or to forward information to Centrify Support.

For more information about the options available and the information returned with each option, see the man page for adinfo or the Administrator’s Guide for Linux and UNIX.

To display the basic configuration information for the local UNIX computer, you can type:


If the computer has joined a domain, this command displays information similar to the following:

Local host name:   magnolia
Joined to domain:
Joined as:
Current DC:
Preferred site:    Default-First-Site-Name
Last password set: 2006-12-28 14:47:57 PST
CentrifyDC mode:   connected
Licensed Features  Enabled