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These slides were presented by Dan Gillean at the first ever AtoM Camp, held at the SFU Harbour Centre in Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 20-22, 2017. For more information on the Camp, see:
These slides introduce some of the primary Command Line tasks available in Access to Memory (AtoM), which can be used to support site maintenance and troubleshooting. For further information on AtoM CLI tasks, see:
The CLI tasks introduced in these slides are based on the 2.4 AtoM release - some tasks or task options may not be available in earlier releases; tasks may be changed in future releases.