in the following document on page 10 there are some parameters described too:
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miniscan /nodeviceid /usemacasname
This line is only executed by virtual booted machines, and is their last command. Miniscan is the utility used to grab minimal information about the system and store it in the LDMS Inventory database. Running miniscan without switches will include a devicename and id in its scan file, and thereby will show up in the console as “minint-<random suffix>”. However, using the /nodeviceid /usemacasname switches removes this information from the scan file and limits the data sent to 3 things: MAC Address, IP Address, and Processor Count.
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miniscan /x /nodeviceid /usemacasname
This line is executed by those PXE booted machines that are a managed boot. If the /x is used when calling miniscan, an extra attribute is sent in the Network portion of the scan file, Pxeboot=Yes.
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Additionally I found some parameters, but not all with descriptions:
/server= /send= /debug /usemacasname /nodeviceid /X -X /x -x