symsg commands

A searchable database of symcli commands.

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  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup add dev AAAA
    Add a single device to MyStorageGroup
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup add sg ChildSG1,ChildSG2,ChildSG3
    Add child Storage Groups to the parent SG MyStorageGroup.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup addall devs -dev AAAA:AAAF,BBBB
    Add more than one devices to MyStorageGroup.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup not_ready
    Change the status of all the devices in SG 'MyStorageGroup' from READY to NOT READY.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup ready
    Set the status of all devices in SG 'MyStorageGroup' to READY.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup remove dev AAAA
    Remove a single device from MyStorageGroup
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup remove sg ChildSG1,ChildSG2,ChildSG3
    Remove child Storage Groups from the parent SG MyStorageGroup.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup rmall devs -dev AAAA:AAAF,BBBB
    Remove more than one devices from MyStorageGroup.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup rw_enable
    Write enable all the devices in SG 'MyStorageGroup'
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup set -bw_max 500
    Set the maximum HOST I/O limit in MB per second to maximum 500MB/s for MyStorageGroup .( can be set from from 1 to 100000 MB/s )
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup set -bw_max NOLIMIT
    Set the maximum HOST I/O limit in MB per second to UNLIMITED MB/s for MyStorageGroup .
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup set -iops_max 1000
    Set the maximum HOST I/O limit in I/O per second to maximum 1000 IO/second for MyStorageGroup .( can be set from 100 to 100000 IO/sec )
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup set -iops_max NOLIMIT
    Set the maximum HOST I/O limit in I/O per second to UNLIMITED IO/second for MyStorageGroup .
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg MyStorageGroup write_disable
    Write Disable all the devices in SG 'MyStorageGroup'
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg OldSG move AAAA NewSG
    Move a devices from Storage Group "OldSG" to another Storage Group called "NewSG" . We have to use "-force" , if "OldSG" part of any Masking View.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg OldSG move AAAA NewSG -force
    Move the device 'AAAA' from OldSG to NewSG. OldSG is a part of masking view. This will not remove the mapping from the ports associated with Masking view part of OldSG.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg SG_Server unbind
    Unbind all the devices in SG_Server from its bounded pools.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg SG_Server1 set -noslo
    Remove the assigned SLO for a SG_server1.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg SG_Server1 set -slo Gold
    Set the Service Level Objective( SLO) for SG_Server1 to Gold.
  • symsg -sid 1234 -sg SG_Server1 set -slo Gold -wl OLTP
    Set the SLO for storage group to Gold and Workload type as OLTP.
  • symsg -sid 1234 create MyStorageGroup
    Create a new SG,'MySrorageGroup' in Vmax Array 1234
  • symsg -sid 1234 delete MySrorageGroup -force
    Deletes the SG 'MySrorageGroup' which contains devices but not associated with any Masking View.
  • symsg -sid 1234 delete MyStorageGroup
    Deletes the empty SG 'MySrorageGroup' from 1234.The SG should not be associated with any Masking View.
  • symsg -sid 1234 export MyStorageGroup -file mystoragegroup.txt
    Export the device information from SG to the text file.
  • symsg -sid 1234 exportall -storagegroups.txt
    exports the device information from all the SGs from 1234 array to the text file storagegroups.txt
  • symsg -sid 1234 import MyStorageGroup -file MystorageGroup.txt
    Create SG 'MyStorageGroup' from the earlier exported file MystorageGroup.txt.
  • symsg -sid 1234 importall -file MystorageGroups.txt
    Create storage groups from the earlier exported file MystorageGroup.txt.Storage Group names will be created according to the names in text file.
  • symsg -sid 1234 list
    List all the storage groups in Vmax array 1234 along with informations like whether the SG a member of Masking View and is a part of FAST Policy.
  • symsg -sid 1234 list -v
    the -v options displays the member devices of Storage Groups along with other details given by list.
  • symsg -sid 1234 list -v
    the -v options displays the member devices of Storage Groups along with other details given by list.
  • symsg -sid 1234 list –by_SLO –detail
    Lists all the Storage Groups in VMAX3 1234 along with associated SLO and underlying SRP.
  • symsg -sid 1234 rename MyStorageGroup MyNewStorageGroup
    Rename SG MyStorageGroup to MyNewStorageGroup
  • symsg -sid 1234 sg2dg MyStorageGroup MyDg -R1
    Create a new device group MyDg which contains all the RDF1 devices from Storage Group MyStorageGroup.
  • symsg -sid 1234 show MyStorageGroup
    Shows the devices in MyStorageGroup along with its Masking View and FAST Policy association status.