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This is a complete list of the command-line interface commands, alphabetized by command name. Command Type Description applykey application key and version The applykey command applies the licensed machine code LMC activation keys for a storage server. Only users with administrator authority can access this command. This command is not supported on DS models.

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This is a complete list of the command-line interface commands, alphabetized by command name. Command Type Description applykey application key and version The applykey command applies the licensed machine code LMC activation keys for a storage server. Only users with administrator authority can access this command. This command is not supported on DS models.

This command can also be used to change an assigned rank to an unassigned rank. You can use it to set characteristics such as online or offline state, name, and description. You can only copy a policy within the same storage complex. Copying between different storage complexes is not supported.

If you specify this command with no parameters, this command displays only a list of available commands. You can use this command to look at the status of each device adapter in the list.

Use this command to get the available host types for the mkhostconnect command. The command also displays status information for each remote mirror and copy volume relationship in the list. Remote FlashCopy relationships exist on a remote site, and can be queried issue lsremoteflash command from your local site. You can use this command to look at the status and other properties of each storage unit in the list. CKD volumes are not displayed. You can also use the manageaccess command to start or stop outbound virtual private network VPN connections instead of using the setvpn command.

This password security file can then be used with the -pwfile parameter of the dscli command instead of the -passwd parameter. Although using a security file is not required, it is strongly recommended as a more secure method of entering the user's password when invoking the dscli command.

The security file method does not require entering the password on the command line, nor is it contained in any script files. RG0 is predefined and cannot be created, deleted, or modified.

By default, all resources belong to RG0 unless otherwise specified. You can specify two array sites if you are working with a DS machine type, but you can specify only one array site for a DS machine type. It is the first step in creating a new Encryption Recovery Key when no key currently exists. The former Global Mirror consistency group is restored. All new write operations to the source since the most recent consistency formation are overwritten with the previous consistency.

This might be necessary because there was an error during the original FTP transfer of the package. This might be necessary if there was an error during the original FTP of the statesave file.

When you use any of the remote support features, this information is sent to IBM so that an IBM service representative can contact you. To change attributes that are independent of the policy type, use the chauthpol command. New values are valid for the current interactive session only and not permanently saved in the DS CLI profile.

You can associate a unique name with the which allows you to open a secure shell connection to a storage unit for remote support. The applykey command applies the licensed machine code LMC activation keys for a storage server. The chaccess command changes one or more access settings of a hardware management console HMC.

The chauthpol command changes the general attributes of an authentication policy, such as the policy name and the activation state. The chckdvol command modifies the attributes that are associated with a count key data CKD base volume. 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 chfbvol command is used to change the name or capacity of a fixed block volume. The chhostconnect command modifies a SCSI host port configuration. The chkeymgr command updates the attributes of the key server entry on the storage complex. The chlcu command modifies a logical control unit. The chlss command modifies a logical subsystem.

The chpass command changes the password expiration time, minimum password age, minimum password length, password history, and the number of login attempts for a basic user account. The chpprc command modifies the characteristics of an existing Remote Mirror and Copy relationship. The chrank command assigns an unassigned rank to an extent pool, or removes an assigned rank from an extent pool. The chresgrp command is used to change a resource group object on a storage image.

The chsession command allows you to modify a Global Mirror session. Space-efficient configuration. The chsestg command changes the space-efficient storage attributes for an extent pool. The chsi command modifies a storage image.

The chsp command modifies a storage complex for items such as notification of the Simple Network Management Protocol SNMP traps and email problem notification lists in a storage complex.

The chsu command modifies a storage unit. The chsyslogserver command modifies a Syslog server. The chvolgrp command modifies a volume group name and volume members.

The clearvol command clears Copy Services relationships for a base logical volume. The closeproblem command modifies the status of a problem in the problem log file to closed. The commitflash command is used as part of the recovery from a disaster scenario to complete a partially formed Global Mirror consistency group.

The commitremoteflash command sends data to a target volume to form a consistency between the remote source and target FlashCopy pair. The cpauthpol command copies an existing authentication policy to a new policy. The diagsi command is an administrative utility command that a user with administrator or service operator authority can use for nonroutine diagnostic actions.

The echo command allows you to specify whether the dscli will echo each specified command, or to display a user-specified string. The exit command ends an interactive command-line interface session. The failbackpprc command copies the required data from the source volume to the target volume to resume mirroring. The failoverpprc command is used only with disaster recovery processing.

The freezepprc command creates a new remote mirror and copy consistency group. The help command displays a list of commands available in a command-line interface and optionally displays the syntax or brief description of each command.

The helpmsg command is used to obtain details about information, warning, and error messages. The initckdvol command initializes a logical volume and releases extents from a space-efficient logical volume.

The initfbvol command initializes a logical volume and releases extents from a space-efficient logical volume. The lsaccess command displays the access settings of the primary and backup hardware management consoles HMCs. 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 lsarray command displays a list of arrays in a storage image and status information for each array in the list.

The lsarraysite command displays a list of array sites and status information for each array site in the list. The lsauthpol command displays a list of all the authentication policies on the storage complex. 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 lsda command displays a list of device adapters DA for each storage image. The lshba command displays a list of storage image host adapters and status information for each host adapter in the list. The lsextpool command displays a list of extent pools in a storage system and status information on each extent pool 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 lsframe command displays a list of frame enclosures for a storage image.

The lsgmir command displays a list of Global Mirror for the storage image of the specified logical subsystem LSS. The lshostconnect command displays a list of host connections for a storage image and the status information for each host connection in the list.

The lshosttype command displays a list of known hosts, their associated port profiles, address discovery, and logical block size values. The lshostvol command displays the mapping of host device names or volume names to machine type , , and volume IDs. The lskey command displays the type of LMC activation keys that are installed and are available for use by the storage unit.

The lskeygrp command displays a list of the key server encryption key group entries on a specified storage image. The lskeymgr command displays a list of key servers that are on the storage complex and provides status information for those key servers. 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 lslss command displays a list of logical subsystems LSSs for a storage image and status information for each logical subsystem in the list.

The lsnetworkport command displays a report that lists all network ports that are installed in the specified storage unit. The lsperfgrp command displays a list of performance groups and information for each performance group in the list.

The lsperfgrprpt command displays a list of performance reports for the specific set of performance groups, or all if none are specified. The lsperfrescrpt command displays a list of performance reports for a given resource or set of resources of a given type. The lsportprof command displays a list of port profiles that are supported on a storage unit and their recommended address discovery and logical block size values. The lspprc command displays a list of remote mirror and copy formerly PPRC volume relationships for a storage image.

The lspprcpath command displays a list of existing remote mirror and copy path definitions. The lsproblem command lists problem logs. The lsrank command displays a list of defined ranks in a storage image and status information for each rank. The lsremoteflash command displays a list of remote FlashCopy relationships and status information for each FlashCopy relationship in the list.

The lsresgrp command displays a list of resource group objects on the storage image.

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You can create default settings for the CLI by defining one or more profiles on the system. If a user enters a value with a command that is different from a value in the profile, the command overrides the profile. If the -cfg profile file is not specified, the user's default profile file is used. If a user's profile file does not exist, the system default profile file is used. When you install the DS CLI, the default profile is installed in the profile directory with the software. The file name is dscli. Table 1 provides the list of profile variables that you can use to create the profile.

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