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Ron Irving
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parmodify

Hello!!

I have an rp8420 production server, containing 2 cells in one partition. If I want to add cells 2 and 3 to the partition, I have come up with this command:

#parmodify -p 0 -a 2,3:base:y:ri

#shutdown -R now

Am I on the right track??

thnx!!!
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Torsten.
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Re: parmodify

This looks good.

You can also use the parmgr from the SMH (kind of wizard).

Hope this helps!
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Re: parmodify

you need to add each cell spcifically, i.e.:
parmodify -p 0 -a 2:base:y:ri -a 3:base:y:ri
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Torsten.
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Re: parmodify

Yes, one "add" per cell.

Hope this helps!
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Asif Sharif
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Ron Irving
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Re: parmodify

Thank you everyone for your prompt responses...thread closed
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Ron Irving
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Re: parmodify

Thank you again!!
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