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Advanced O&M Command Reference

OceanStor 2000, 5000, and 6000 V3 Series V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2200 V3, 2600 V3 Video Surveillance Edition, 2600 V3, 5300 V3, 5500 V3, 5600 V3, 5800 V3, and 6800 V3. Based on the CLI, this document describes how to use various commands classified by functionsand 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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setsysdirtydataflag.sh

setsysdirtydataflag.sh

Function

The setsysdirtydataflag.sh command is used to mark the dirty data flag on a node.

Format

setsysdirtydataflag.sh [ -h | -a | -n bitmap | -i ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

-h

Show help information.

-

-a

Set all nodes dirty data flag valid in the cluster.

-

-n bitmap

Set all nodes dirty data flag valid in a specified bit map. The nodes must be in the cluster.

The value ranges from 0 to 65,535. You can enter the value as an octal, decimal, or hexadecimal number.

-i

Set all nodes dirty data flag invalid in the cluster.

-

Modes

Minisystem mode

Usage Guidelines

This command is an environment repair command. Use this command only when invalid dirty data causes power-on failure and you need to forcibly power on the device. Using this command may cause user data loss. Exercise caution when using this command.

Example

  • Set all nodes dirty data flag valid in the cluster.
    Storage: minisystem> setsysdirtydataflag.sh -a 
    DANGER: You are about to set the dirty data flag. 
    This operation will cause service data loss. This command brings irreversible results. The system cannot be restored to the original status after this command is executed. 
    Suggestion: Before performing this operation, implement the following steps: 
    1. Determine whether to set the dirty data flag. 
    2. Stop all running services on the system. 
    Have you read danger alert message carefully?(y/n) 
    y 
    Are you sure you really want to perform the operation?(y/n) 
    y 
    set dirty data flag :all nodes in group valid 
    admin:/diagnose>sys setdirtydataflag -a 
    Start set all nodes in group dirty data flag valid. 
    Set dirty data flag succeeded. 
    admin:/diagnose>exit
  • Set all nodes dirty data flag valid in a specified bit map.
    Storage: minisystem> setsysdirtydataflag.sh -n 0x2 
    DANGER: You are about to set the dirty data flag. 
    This operation will cause service data loss. This command brings irreversible results. The system cannot be restored to the original status after this command is executed. 
    Suggestion: Before performing this operation, implement the following steps: 
    1. Determine whether to set the dirty data flag. 
    2. Stop all running services on the system. 
    Have you read danger alert message carefully?(y/n) 
    y 
    Are you sure you really want to perform the operation?(y/n) 
    y 
    set dirty data flag :bitmap(0x2) valid 
    admin:/diagnose>sys setdirtydataflag -n 0x2 
    Start set nodes(bitmap 0x2) dirty data flag valid. 
    Set dirty data flag succeeded. 
    admin:/diagnose>exit
  • Set all nodes dirty data flag invalid in the cluster.
    Storage: minisystem> setsysdirtydataflag.sh -i 
    DANGER: You are about to set the dirty data flag. 
    This operation will cause service data loss. This command brings irreversible results. The system cannot be restored to the original status after this command is executed. 
    Suggestion: Before performing this operation, implement the following steps: 
    1. Determine whether to set the dirty data flag. 
    2. Stop all running services on the system. 
    Have you read danger alert message carefully?(y/n) 
    y 
    Are you sure you really want to perform the operation?(y/n) 
    y 
    set dirty data flag :all nodes in group invalid 
    admin:/diagnose>sys setdirtydataflag -i 
    Start set all nodes in group dirty data flag invalid. 
    Set dirty data flag succeeded. 
    admin:/diagnose>exit

System Response

None

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Updated: 2019-07-12

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