raidcom delete server

Storage Advisor Embedded User Guide

Version
93-07-2x
88-08-12
Audience
anonymous
Part Number
MK-97HM85022-25
Supported storage systems:
  • VSP G130, G/F350, G/F370, G/F700, G/F900
Deletes a server managed by Storage Advisor Embedded. To execute this command, you need to log in to the storage system with the user account belonging to the user group to which "all resource groups" are set. In addition, you must be able to perform operations with all implemented resource groups. Therefore, this command cannot be executed if any of the following conditions is met:
  • The command device belonging to a resource group other than meta_resource is used in the in-band management.
  • The virtual storage machine that contains only some of the implemented resource groups is specified as HORCM_VCMD in the configuration file.
Note: If a failure occurs in a processor on an MP blade or a controller, this command cannot be run even on an MP blade or a controller on which no failure occurs.

When you run this command, the processing is run asynchronously with the command input. Verify that the processing is complete by using the raidcom get command_status command. There is a limit to the number of asynchronous commands that can be accepted simultaneously. For details, see Maximum number of acceptable asynchronous commands.

Syntax

raidcom delete server {-server_id <id>|-server_name <name>} -request_id auto

Options and parameters

{-server_id <id>|-server_name <name>} -request_id auto

Specifies the ID or nickname of the server to be deleted.

You need to specify the server ID (0 through 4095) in decimal or hexadecimal in -server_id <id>. To specify in hexadecimal, add "0x" at the beginning of the server ID.

For example:
  • -server_id 128
  • -server_id 0x80

To specify the server nickname, specify the server nickname in -server_name <name> with one character through 229 characters.

The following are the characters that can be used:

0 through 9, A through Z, a through z, -. /: @ \ _ single-byte space

The specified server is deleted by executing this command. The registered host groups or iSCSI targets are not deleted.

The request ID is output in the following format when the execution of the raidcom delete server command ends:
  • REQID : <request#>

<request#> is a request ID assigned each time the command is executed. For details, see Request ID function.

Example

Deleting a server with the server ID: 0.
#raidcom delete server -server_id 0 -request_id auto
REQID:0