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 lsvolgrp command generates a report that displays a list of volume groups in a storage unit and the status information for each volume group in the list. The lshosttype command displays a list of known hosts, their associated port profiles, address discovery, and logical block size values.
List of commands
The offloadfile command exports the specified set of data files. The commitflash command is used as part of comamnds recovery from a disaster scenario to complete a partially formed Global Mirror consistency group. The lsckdvol command generates a report that displays a list of count key data CKD base dacli alias volumes in a storage unit and the status information for each volume in the list.
The showcontactinfo command displays customer contact information for the storage image. The showlcu command displays the detailed properties of an individual logical control unit LCU.
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. The testauthpol command allows you to test the specified authentication policy.
The lssi command displays a list of storage images in a storage complex. The echo command allows you to specify whether the dscli will echo each specified command, or to display a user-specified string. The rmsession command closes an existing Global Mirror session. The mkpprc command establishes a remote mirror and copy formerly PPRC relationship for a volume pair.
The mkkeygrp command creates an entry for the key server encryption key group on the storage image. The lsvolinit command displays volumes that are being initialized using flash init. The showfbvol command displays detailed properties for an individual volume. The lsda command displays a list of device adapters DA for each storage image. You can use this command to look at the status of each device adapter in the list. The rmkeygrp command removes an entry for the key server encryption key group on a specified storage image.
The lsfbvol command generates a report that displays a list of fixed block volumes in a storage unit and the status information for each volume in the list. The lssestg generates a report that displays the space-efficient storage values comkands the entire storage image.
Handy DSCLI commands to know
The shownetworkport command displays detailed properties of an individual network port ID. The lsflash command generates a report that displays a list of FlashCopy relationships and the status information for each FlashCopy relationship in the list. The rmkeymgr command removes a key server entry on the storage complex.
The dscil command displays a list of Global Mirror dsli the storage image of the specified logical subsystem LSS.
This might be necessary because there was an error during the original FTP transfer of the package. The setvpn command starts or ends an outbound virtual private network connection VPN. The showsestg command displays a detailed properties report of the space-efficient storage of an individual extent pool. The mklcu command creates a logical control unit LCU in a storage image. The lskey command displays the type of LMC activation keys that are installed and are available for use by the storage unit.
The quit command ends an interactive command-line interface session.
The rmauthpol command allows you to remove an authentication policy. The showkeygrp command displays detailed information for a specified key server encryption key group entry on the storage image. The initckdvol command initializes a logical volume and releases extents from a space-efficient logical volume.
The managehostconnect command modifies the volume group assignment for a SCSI host port. The rmckdvol command deletes count key data CKD base or alias volumes from a storage image.
You can use it to set characteristics such as online or offline state, name, and description. The lsperfgrprpt command displays a list of performance reports for the given set of performance groups, or all if none are specified. The chsestg command changes the space-efficient dsvli attributes for an extent pool. The setauthpol command modifies policy attributes that apply to a specific type of authentication policy, changing the contents of the policy.
The lspprc command generates a report that displays a list of remote mirror and copy volume relationships for a storage image and the status information for each remote mirror and copy volume dsxli in the list. RG0 is predefined and cannot be created, deleted, or modified.
The lsarray command generates a report that displays a list of arrays in a storage image and the status information for each array in the list. The help command displays a list of commands available in a command-line interface and cpmmands displays the syntax or brief description of each command.
The chsession command allows you to modify a Global Mirror session. This command can also be used to change an assigned rank to an unassigned rank.
The showgmircg command displays consistency group status for the specified Global Mirror session. The showrank command displays detailed properties or performance metrics of a rank. The chlss command modifies a logical subsystem. The dsclk command generates a report that displays a list of defined ranks in a storage unit and the command information for each rank in the list. The lsauthpol command displays a list of all the authentication policies on the storage complex. The chlcu command modifies a logical control unit.