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GiCAP loaned cores problem

 
Martin D. Siebring
Occasional Visitor

GiCAP loaned cores problem

Hi,

I have a GiCAP group of six rx8640s. I'm trying to delete a member of the group which currently has 4 cores loaned out. There are enough inactive cores available in the group that the loaned cores should be able to be reclaimed and the member deleted. How do I delete this group member? All systems are 11.23.

root:densvc01[/root] # icapmanage -sv
Software version: B.08.02
Serial number: USE4715EAA
96 GiCAP Sharing Rights: 48 in use, 48 available

Group ID: rx8640_1
Group Members:
ia64w14
pdata06, sdata02
ia64w13
pdata04, pdata05
ia64w12
dencnv01
ia64w01
pproc01, denvm02, qproc01
ia64_32
hpux17
ia64w15
sdata01, ldata01

Instant Capacity Resource Summary for the group rx8640_1
--------------------------------------------------------
Number of cells without usage rights: 2
Number of inactive cells: 3
Amount of memory without usage rights: 64.0 GB
Amount of inactive memory: 96.0 GB
Number of cores without usage rights: 48
Number of inactive cores: 57
Number of cores using temporary capacity: 0
Temporary capacity available: 319 days, 2 hours, 0 minutes
Projected temporary capacity expiration: N/A
Unassigned cell usage rights: 1
Unassigned memory usage rights: 32.0 GB
Unassigned core usage rights: 4

Usage rights temporarily held by the group manager of rx8640_1
--------------------------------------------------------------
Cell usage rights: 0
Memory usage rights: 0.0 GB
Core usage rights: 0
Temporary capacity: 59 days, 22 hours, 30 minutes

Resource summary for ia64_32, member of rx8640_1
------------------------------------------------
Loaned core usage rights: 4
Borrowed cell usage rights: 0
Borrowed memory usage rights: 0.0 GB
Number of cells without usage rights: 0
Number of inactive cells: 1
Amount of memory without usage rights: 0.0 GB
Amount of inactive memory: 32.0 GB
Number of cores without usage rights: 4
Number of inactive cores: 9
Number of cores using temporary capacity: 0
Temporary capacity available: 0 days, 0 hours, 0 minutes
Projected temporary capacity expiration: N/A
1 REPLY
VK2COT
Honored Contributor

Re: GiCAP loaned cores problem

Hello,

Have you tried this:

# icapmanage -r -m

Important note: A member cannot be removed
from a group until any â borrowedâ usage rights
have been returned to the group and any
â loanedâ usage rights have been returned to
the member.

Cheers,

VK2COT
VK2COT - Dusan Baljevic