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Command Reference 10

OceanStor 5300 V3, 5500 V3, 5600 V3, 5800 V3, and 6800 V3 Storage System V300R003

"Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functions and how to set the CLI and manage the storage system through these commands. The document that you browse online matches the latest C version of the product. Click Download to download documents of other C versions."
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change disk_domain general

change disk_domain general

Function

The change disk_domain general command is used to modify the properties of a disk domain, including the disk domain name and hot spare policy for each tier.

Format

change disk_domain general disk_domain_id=? { name=? | tier0_hotspare_strategy=? | tier1_hotspare_strategy=? | tier2_hotspare_strategy=? } *

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

disk_domain_id=? ID of a disk domain whose properties you want to modify.

To obtain the value, run "show disk_domain general".

name=? New name of a disk domain.

The value contains 1 to 31 digits, letters, underscores (_), hyphens (-), and periods (.).

tier0_hotspare_strategy=? New hot spare policy for Tier 0.

The value can be "high", "low", or "none" where:

  • "high": The hot spare level is high.
  • "low": The hot spare level is low.
  • "none": The hot spare level is none.
tier1_hotspare_strategy=? New hot spare policy for Tier 1.

The value can be "high", "low", or "none" where:

  • "high": The hot spare level is high.
  • "low": The hot spare level is low.
  • "none": The hot spare level is none.
tier2_hotspare_strategy=? New hot spare policy for Tier 2.

The value can be "high", "low", or "none" where:

  • "high": The hot spare level is high.
  • "low": The hot spare level is low.
  • "none": The hot spare level is none.

Level

Administrator

Usage Guidelines

None

Example

  • Change the name of disk domain "1" to "domain_01".

    admin:/>change disk_domain general disk_domain_id=1 name=domain_01
    Command executed successfully.
  • Change the hot spare strategy of tier 1 in disk domain "1" to "none".

    admin:/>change disk_domain general disk_domain_id=1 tier1_hotspare_strategy=none
    DANGER: You are about to change the hot spare strategy of tier of a disk domain to None. After this operation, faulty or failing disks may fail to be handled, ongoing reconstruction and pre-copy tasks will fail, or even services may get interrupted.
    Suggestion: Set the hot spare strategy to High or Low or ensure that there is sufficient free capacity on this tier.
    Have you read danger alert message carefully?(y/n)y
    Are you sure you really want to perform the operation?(y/n)y
    Command executed successfully.

System Response

None

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Updated: 2019-04-04

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