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FusionServer Pro X6000 Server iBMC (V300 to V369) User Guide 09

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Modifying Logical Drive Properties (ldconfig)

Modifying Logical Drive Properties (ldconfig)

Function

The ldconfig command is used to modify properties of a logical drive.

Format

ipmcset -t storage -d ldconfig -v <control_id> <ldid> <[-name <ldname>] [-rp <rpvalue>] [-wp <wpvalue>] [-iop <iopvalue>] [-ap <apvalue>] [-dcp <dcpvalue>] [-bgi <bgistate>] [-boot] [-sscd <sscdstate>]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

control_id

Specifies the ID of the RAID controller.

0 to 255

ldid

Specifies the ID of the logical drive to be modified.

0 to 255

ldname

Specifies the name of the logical drive to be modified.

The parameter value cannot exceed 15 characters.

rpvalue

Specifies the read policy of the logical drive.

  • ra: sets the read policy of the logical drives to Read Ahead.
  • nra: sets the read policy of the logical drives to No Read Ahead.
NOTE:

This parameter is not supported if the logical drive type is CacheCade.

wpvalue

Specifies the write policy of the logical drive.

  • wt: sets the write policy of the logical drives to Write Through.
  • wb: sets the write policy of the logical drives to Write Back.
  • wbwithbbu: sets the write policy of the logical drives to Write Back with BBU.

iopvalue

Specifies the IO policy of the logical drive.

  • cio: sets the I/O policy of the logical drives to Cached IO.
  • dio: sets the I/O policy of the logical drives to Direct IO.
NOTE:

This parameter is not supported if the logical drive type is CacheCade.

apvalue

Specifies the access policy of the logical drive.

  • rw: sets the access policy of the logical drives to read/write.
  • ro: sets the access policy of the logical drives to read-only.
  • blocked: sets the access policy of the logical drives to blocked.
NOTE:

This parameter is not supported if the logical drive type is CacheCade.

dcpvalue

Specifies the cache policy of the logical drive.

  • enabled: enables cache for logical drives.
  • disabled: disables cache for logical drives.
  • default: uses the default policy, which is determined by the cache policy of the member drives.
NOTE:

This parameter is not supported if the logical drive type is CacheCade.

bgistate

Specifies the BGI status of the logical drive.

  • enabled: enables the background initialization function for the logical drives.
  • disabled: disables the background initialization function for the logical drives.
NOTE:

This parameter is not supported if the logical drive type is CacheCade.

sscdstate

Specifies the setting of SSD Caching (whether to use the CacheCade drive as the cache).

  • enabled: enables the SSD caching function for the logical drives.
  • disabled: disables the SSD caching function for the logical drives.
NOTE:
  • The current RAID controller card must have a CacheCade logical drive available.
  • This parameter is unavailable when the logical drive type is CacheCade.

Usage Guidelines

If the command contains -boot, the logical drive is the boot device.

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 determine whether the RAID card supports the iBMC out-of-band management.
  • The iBMA 2.0 has started on the OS.

Example

# Modify the properties of logical drive 1 under RAID controller 0.

iBMC:/-> ipmcset -t storage -d ldconfig -v 0 1 -name example -rp ra -wp wb -ap rw -iop cio -dcp enabled –bgi enabled -boot
WARNING: The operation may have many adverse effects.
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Updated: 2019-08-01

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