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E9000 Server Compute Node and Switch Module iBMC (V250 to V259) User Guide 17

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Adding a Logical Drive (addld)

Adding a Logical Drive (addld)

Function

The addld command is used to add a logical drive to a disk array.

Format

ipmcset -t storage -d addld -v <control_id> -array <arrayid> [-name <ldname>] [-size <capative>{m|g|t} ] [-ss <stripesize>] [-rp <rpvalue>] [-wp <wpvalue>] [-iop <iopvalue>] [-ap <apvalue>] [-dcp <dcpvalue>] [-init <initmode>]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

control_id

Specifies the ID of the RAID controller.

0 to 255
arrayid Specifies the ID of the disk array to be added with the logical drive. 0 to 255
ldname Specifies the name of the logical drive to be added. The parameter value cannot exceed 15 characters.
capative Specifies the capacity of the logical drive to be added. The capacity unit can be:
  • m: MB
  • g: GB
  • t: TB

By default, the capacity equals the remaining space of the disk array.

stripesize Specifies the stripe size (in bytes) of the logical drive. Value:
  • 64K
  • 128K
  • 256K
  • 512K
  • 1M

The default value is 256K.

rpvalue Specifies the read policy of the logical drive.
  • ra: Read Ahead
  • nra: No Read Ahead

The default value is ra.

wpvalue Specifies the write policy of the logical drive.
  • wt: Write Through
  • wb: Write Back
  • wbwithbbu: Write Back with BBU

The default value is wbwithbbu.

iopvalue Specifies the IO policy of the logical drive.
  • cio: Cached IO
  • dio: Direct IO

The default value is dio.

apvalue Specifies the access policy of the logical drive.
  • rw: The logical drive is readable and writable.
  • ro: The logical drive is read only.
  • blocked: The logical drive is hidden.

The default value is rw.

dcpvalue Specifies the cache policy of the logical drive.
  • enabled: The logical drive is allowed to use cache.
  • disabled: The logical drive is not allowed to use cache.
  • default: The default policy is used, that is, the cache policy of the member disks is used.

The default value is enabled.

initmode Specifies the initialization mode of the logical drive.
  • no: The logical drive is not initialized.
  • quick: Quick initialization is performed.
  • full: Full initialization is performed.

The default value is no.

Usage Guidelines

This command can be used only when either of the following conditions is met:
  • The RAID controller card supports iBMC out-of-band management. You can refer to the Technical Specifications section in the RAID controller card user guide to determined whether the RAID card supports the iBMC out-of-band management..
  • The iBMA 2.0 has started on the OS.

Example

# Add a logical drive to disk array 1 of RAID controller 0.

iBMC:/-> ipmcset -t storage -d addld -v 0 -array 1 -name example -size 500g -ss 256k -rp ra -wp wb -ap rw -iop cio -dcp enabled -init quick 
WARNING: The operation may have many adverse effects.
Do you want to continue?[Y/N]:y
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Updated: 2019-02-28

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