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 resyncremoteflash command formerly called the incremoteflash command and associated with the incremental FlashCopy process increments an existing remote FlashCopy pair that has been established with the -record and -persist parameters.
The lshba command displays a report that lists the storage image host adapters and status information for each host adapter in the list. The showlss command displays detailed properties of a logical subsystem LSS. The resumegmir command resumes Global Mirror processing for a specified session. The mkresgrp command creates a resource group object on a storage image.
The mkremoteflash command initiates a remote point-in-time copy from source volumes to target volumes through a Remote Mirror and Copy relationship. The lssestg generates a report that displays the space-efficient storage values for the entire storage image.
The ver command displays the versions of the command-line interface, storage management console HMC or SMCand licensed machine code. The showlcu command displays the detailed properties of an individual logical control unit LCU. The rmsestg command deletes the space-efficient storage in an extent pool.
List of commands
You can issue this command on either the master storage unit or on any of the subordinate storage units. The who command displays authentication information for the users comkands are currently logged in. The mksession command opens a Global Mirror session. You can use this command to look at the status of each device adapter in the list.
List of commands
The lsda dsfli displays a list of device adapters DA for each storage image. You can use it to set characteristics such as online or offline state, name, and description. The resyncflash command is a point-in-time copy of an existing FlashCopy pair that was established with the -record and -persist parameters.
The lsnetworkport command displays a report that lists all network ports that are installed in the specified storage unit. The revertremoteflash command is used to restore data on the source volume to its most recent consistency formation. The lsserver command displays all servers in a storage cimmands or a list cmomands specified servers and it also displays the status information for each server in the list. The mkpprcpath command establishes or replaces a remote mirror and copy formerly PPRC path between source and target logical subsystems LSSs over a Fibre Channel connection.
This command processes the password requirements for the, and systems. The showgmircg command displays consistency group status for the specified Global Mirror session. The lsaddressgrp command displays a list of address groups for a storage image and the status information for each address group in the list. The chaccess command allows you to change one or more access settings of a hardware management console HMC.
User accounts and security. The showgmiroos command displays the number of unsynchronized out of sync tracks for the specified Global Mirror session. The setplex command allows you to modify the dsdli complex settings.
Handy DSCLI commands to know
The exit command ends an interactive command-line interface session. The initckdvol command initializes a logical volume and releases extents from a space-efficient logical volume. The shownetworkport command displays detailed properties of an individual network port ID.
The lsarraysite command displays a list of array sites and status information for each array site in the list. The showkeygrp command displays detailed information ddscli a specified key server encryption key group entry on the storage image. Only users with administrator authority can access this command.
You can use this command to look at the status and other properties of each storage unit in the list.
The lsarray command displays a list of arrays in a storage image and status information for each array in the list. The showcontactinfo command displays customer contact information for the storage image. The closeproblem command modifies the status of a problem in the problem log file to closed.
Handy DSCLI commands to know
The chsi command modifies a storage image. The showsi command displays detailed properties of a storage image. The diagsi command is an administrative utility command that a user with administrator or service operator authority can use for nonroutine diagnostic actions. The revertflash command is used as part of the recovery from a disaster scenario to rollback a Global Mirror consistency group that is in the process of forming.
The mkvolgrp command creates a volume group in a storage image. The sendss command is used by a DS user with administrator authority to send previously created offloaded statesave files to IBM.
The cpauthpol command copies an existing authentication policy to a new policy. The lssestg command displays a list of the track space-efficient storage in the storage unit. The showuser command displays details for basic user accounts.