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hwmgr -delete -did error

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Michael Schulte zur Sur
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hwmgr -delete -did error

Hi,

we just deconfigured some disks in our hsz50 and the delete command gives the error in the attachment.

Any idea? Thanks,

Michael
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Joris Denayer
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Re: hwmgr -delete -did error

Michael,

The command should be #hwmgr -delete -did 3
You took the value 70 as device-id while it is the hw-id.

70: 3<<<< fra01d disk none 0 1 dsk107

Joris
To err is human, but to really faul things up requires a computer
Michael Schulte zur Sur
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Re: hwmgr -delete -did error

Hi Joris,

stupid me, didnt see it. Was too tired.

thanks,

Michael