DSCLI COMMANDS PDF
Refer to the DSCLI documentation to become familiar with these management commands. Ideally you will not have to use the DSCLI interface except in. This guide introduces the IBM DS command-line interface (CLI) for the DS series. It includes commands to configure and manage. The following commands are used to discover various storage objects of IBM System /opt/ibm/dscli/dscli -hmc1 -user.
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The lsgmir command displays a list of Global Mirror for the storage image of the specified logical subsystem LSS. The lsvpn commaands displays a report that lists the outbound VPN information such as management consoles and connection status. The clearvol command clears Copy Services relationships for a base logical volume. Dscoi manageresgrp command allows you to manage the contents of any resource group object on a storage image, except resource group 0 RG0.
The managekeygrp command allows you to manage an encryption key group. The rmuser command removes a basic user account. The rmkeygrp command removes an entry for the key server encryption key group on a specified storage image.
The rmhostconnect command removes a SCSI host port connection from a storage image. The revertremoteflash command is used to restore data on the source volume to its most recent consistency ddcli.
The lsrank command generates a report that displays a list of defined ranks in a storage unit and the status information for each rank in the list. The chvolgrp command modifies a volume group name and volume members.
The managefbvol command initiates a change on fixed block FB volumes by executing a process. This command can also be used to display the commnads metrics for an individual volume ID.
The chfbvol command is used to change the name or capacity of a fixed block dsxli. The chlcu command modifies a logical control unit. The mkkeymgr command creates an comnands for the key server on the storage complex. The who command displays authentication information for the users who are currently logged in. The quit command ends an interactive command-line interface session.
The mkpprc command establishes a remote mirror and copy formerly PPRC relationship for a volume pair. The rmkeymgr command removes a key server entry on the storage complex. Use the command to set the SNMP addresses for the notifications. The report that is generated by this command varies significantly depending on which storage unit that you issue the command and the parameters that you specify.
The showextpool command displays detailed properties, tier information, or performance metrics of an extent pool. The initfbvol command initializes a logical volume and releases extents from a space-efficient logical volume. The lsauthpol command displays a list of all the authentication policies on the storage complex. The mkipsec command creates an Internet Protocol Security IPSec connection on the DS system by importing a configuration file that contains a connection definition to the hardware management console HMC.
The mkreckey command is for users with security administrator authority. The rmarray command deletes arrays. When you use any of the remote support features, this information is sent to IBM so that an IBM service representative can contact you. Commands used by Management Server for deep discovery of enclosures Next.
The mkgmir command starts Global Mirror for a specified session. The lsckdvol command displays a list of count key data CKD base and alias volumes in a storage image and status information for each volume in the list. The lsfbvol command displays a list of fixed block volumes in a storage image and status information for each volume in the list.
The rmgmir command ends Global Mirror processing for the specified session. The lspprcpath command displays a list of existing remote mirror and copy path definitions. The helpmsg command is used to obtain details about information, warning, and error messages.
The lssi command displays a list of storage images in a storage complex. The lshosttype command displays a list of known hosts, their associated port profiles, address discovery, and logical block size values.
IBM DS Command-Line Interface User’s Guide – United States
This command can also be used to display commandd performance metrics of a fixed block volume. The cpauthpol command copies an existing authentication policy to a new policy. The lsvolgrp command displays a list of volume groups in a storage image and status information for each volume group in the list. The lsvolinit command displays volumes that are being initialized using flash init.
Handy DSCLI commands to know
The rmremoteflash command removes a relationship between remote FlashCopy volume pairs. All new write operations to the source since the most recent consistency formation are overwritten with the previous consistency. The mkextpool command creates a fixed block or count key data CKD storage type extent pool. The lslcu command displays a list of logical control units LCUs for a storage image and status information for each logical control unit in the list.
The showarraysite command displays detailed properties of a specific storage image array site. The lsremoteflash command displays a list of remote FlashCopy cmmands and status information for each FlashCopy relationship in the list. The showpass command lists the properties of passwords.
List of commands
The mkauthpol command allows you to create an empty authentication policy. If you specify this command with no parameters, this command displays only a list of available commands. Use the chextpool command to modify attributes that are associated with an extent pool, merge two extent pools, or unassign all tier-assigned volumes or extents in the pool. The rmpprcpath command deletes a Remote Mirror and Copy path.