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You may say it’s not worth writing a post on the subject, just use the Command Suite CLI, Luke and that’s all! But sometimes HCS CLI behavior is not so obvious. Telling the truth it may surprise you.
When running CLI for Hitachi Command Suit (HICommandCLI.sh in UNIX or HICommandCLI.bat in Windows) we sometimes get this type of error: KAIC90574-E The memory for the CLI became insufficient while this operation was being performed Command Suite CLI is actually … Continue reading
If you can start cmd as an Administrator, simple run: netstat -nab which will give you the list of open sockets along with the names of processes. In other case you can try to find it by process-id manually. For … Continue reading
Recently VirtualBox Manager GUI running on my Windows box, began to crash without any known reason when creating new or attaching existent virtual drives to any of the virtual machines. So I have to do all the things using CLI now and definitely I enjoy the … Continue reading
In CCI, under HORCM/etc run: raidscan -x findcmddev 0-100 If Tuning Manager Agents are installed: INSTALLATION-PATH/jp1pc/tools/jpctdlistraid In MS Windows it’s better to specify Command devices like \\.\CMD-12345 instead of \\.\PhysicalDriveX where possible to avoid occasional drive mix after reboot.
For USP-V and earlier systems: raidvchkset -I1234 -g GROUP_TO_EXPAND –d LDEV_TO_EXPAND -vext 20G This command adds 20 GB to the LDEV_TO_EXPAND in GROUP_TO_EXPAND using 1234 HORCM instance. A valid entry for the GROUP_TO_EXPAND/LDEV_TO_EXPAND must be present in horcm1234.conf. Starting with … Continue reading