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  9. 6.3.1 Example of Operations for Deleting a System Board Assignment

6.3.1 Example of Operations for Deleting a System Board Assignment


6.3.1 Example of Operations for Deleting a System Board Assignment
If the physical partition from which a system board (PSB) is deleted is in the stopped state, use the deleteboard command with the -c unassign option specified to unassign the PSB from the physical partition. The PSB is unassigned from the physical partition, and enters the system board pool state.

The operation example presented here uses XSCF shell commands.
  1. Log in to the XSCF.
  1. Execute the showpparstatus command to confirm that the physical partition is powered off.
XSCF> showpparstatus -p 0
PPAR-ID PPAR Status
00      Powered Off
  1. Execute the showboards command to check the status of the PSB to be deleted.
XSCF> showboards 01-0
PSB  PPAR-ID(LSB)  Assignment Pwr  Conn Conf Test    Fault
---- ------------ ----------- ---- ---- ---- ------- --------

01-0 00(01)        Assigned   n    n    n    Passed  Normal
  1. Execute the deleteboard command with the -c unassign option specified to delete the PSB.
XSCF> deleteboard -c unassign 01-0
  1. Execute the showresult command to check the exit status of the deleteboard command just executed.
  1. In the following example, exit status of 0 is returned, indicating normal termination of the deleteboard command.
XSCF> showresult
0
  1. Execute the showboards command to check the PSB status.  
  1. The following example shows that PSB 01-0 is in the system board pool state.
XSCF> showboards 01-0
PSB  PPAR-ID(LSB) Assignment  Pwr  Conn Conf Test    Fault
---- ------------ ----------- ---- ---- ---- ------- -----

01-0 SP           Available   n    n    n    Passed  Normal