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yuma_hirokawa
Occasional Advisor

3PAR startwsapi continue after reboot?

Hi,exprts.

I started 3par wsapi in "startwsapi" command to use RMC.

If reboot 3par, then the status of wsapi remain?

To remain the status of wsapi, have to use "setwsapi" command instead?

Regards.

 

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Re: 3PAR startwsapi continue after reboot?

Once WSAPI is started with startwsapi, it should be persistent. Did you see otherwise after a reboot?

The showwsapi command displays the WSAPI server service configuration state as either Enabled or Disabled. It displays the server current running status as Active, Inactive or Error. It also displays the current status of the HTTP and HTTPS ports and their port numbers. WSAPI server URL is also displayed.


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yuma_hirokawa
Occasional Advisor

Re: 3PAR startwsapi continue after reboot?

Thank you for your reply.

Below is the showwsapi and startwsapi.

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■Before
3PAR001 cli% showwsapi
-Service- -State-- -HTTP_State- HTTP_Port -HTTPS_State- HTTPS_Port -Version- -------------API_URL--------------
Disabled Inactive Disabled 8008 Enabled 8080 1.6.2 https://192.168.248.96:8080/api/v1

■Start
3PAR001 cli% startwsapi
The Web Services API Server will start shortly.

■After
3PAR001 cli% showwsapi
-Service- -State- -HTTP_State- HTTP_Port -HTTPS_State- HTTPS_Port -Version- -------------API_URL--------------
Enabled Active Disabled 8008 Enabled 8080 1.6.2 https://192.168.248.96:8080/api/v1

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To keep status Active persistent, Is setwsapi command not needed?

 I want to try reboot 3PAR , but cannot because of PJ reason.

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Dennis Handly
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Re: 3PAR startwsapi continue after reboot?

> Is setwsapi command not needed?

startwsapi is all that's needed as Sheldon said.