symdg commands

A searchable database of symcli commands.

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  • symdg -g MyDg -sid 1234 addall -devs AAA,BBB,CCC,DDD:DDF
    Add devices AAA,BBB,CCC,DDD:DDF to devicegroup MyDg
  • symdg -g MyDg -sid 1234 rmall -devs AAA,BBB,CCC,DDD:DDF
    Remove devices AAA,BBB,CCC,DDD:DDF from devicegroup MyDg
  • symdg -g MyDg remove ld DEV002
    Remove logical device DEV002 from device group MyDG.
  • symdg -sid 1234 -g mydg move DEV002 yourdg
    Move the device DEV003 from mydg to yourdg( both DGs must be in same RDFG.
  • symdg -sid 1234 -g mydg moveall yourdg
    Move all the devices from mydg to yourdg( both DGs must be in same RDFG.
  • symdg -sid 1234 export mydg -f mydgfile.txt
    Export mydg to file mydgfile.txt.
  • symdg -sid 1234 exportall -f mydgfile.txt
    Export all device groups created in array 1234 to file mydgfile.txt.
  • symdg -sid 1234 import mydg -f mydgfile.txt
    Create mydg from the file mydgfile.txt which created earlier using export option.
  • symdg -sid 1234 importall -f mydgfile.txt
    Create all device groups from the file mydgfile.txt which created earlier using exportall option.
  • symdg -sid 1234 list
    List device groups which include the devices from array 1234.
  • symdg -sid 1234 list -v
    This will list all the devicegroups belongs to 1234 , and also the devices in it. This is equal to "show" each device groups in the array.
  • symdg create mydg -type rdf1
    Create device group mydg of rdf1 type .
  • symdg delete mydg -force
    Delete device group mydg.
  • symdg rename mydg yourdg
    Renames the mydg to yourdg.
  • symdg show mydg
    Shows members/details of mydg.