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nnmi - delete all nodes

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nnmi - delete all nodes

Hi

In nnm 7.x there was a simple procedure to scratch the discovery and event database entirely, to initiate a new discovery from scratch.

Is there a similar possibility in nnmi 8.x? *Except* for deleting nodes one by one (or 20 by 20..) in the gui or the nnmnodedelete.ovpl command?

BR,
Frank
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Re: nnmi - delete all nodes

Hello Frank,

as far as I have no NNMi system to look at: what does nnmresetembdb.ovpl (or so)?
Perhaps it resets the db to a empty state.

HTH

Allessandro
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Re: nnmi - delete all nodes

Looks like the kind of command I'm looking for :)
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Re: nnmi - delete all nodes

You can also selectively delete nodes (or even lists of nodes) with nnmnodedelete.ovpl
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Re: nnmi - delete all nodes

Thanks, but like stated in my initial posting:

*Except* for deleting nodes one by one (or 20 by 20..) in the gui or the nnmnodedelete.ovpl command?