Displays the list of all seed command related options that can be used as a reference when using the DR Series system CLI.
seed --create --op <import|export>
[--enc_type <aes128 | aes256>]
seed --add_container --name <container name>
seed --remove_container --name <container name>
seed --add_device --server <server name>
--username <user name>
[--domain <domain name>]
seed <command> <command-arguments>
command can be one of:
--create Create a job to perform seeding export or import.
--delete Delete an existing seeding export or import job.
--add_container Add a container to be used for seeding export.
--remove_container Remove a container which is already added for seeding export.
--add_device Add a device to be used for seeding.
--remove_device Remove a device which is already added for seeding.
--start Start seeding process(export/import).
--stop Stop running seeding process(export/import).
--show Show registered device, job for seeding.
--cleanup Start cleaner to process seed ZL logs on target.
For command-specific help, please type seed --help <command>
seed --help create
A schedule is the means by which you set aside specific daily time periods for performing disk space reclamation or replication operations. Disk reclamation operations recover unused disk space from DR Series system containers in which files were deleted; replication operations are the process by which the key data is saved only once from multiple devices to minimize excessive or redundant storage of the same data.
This set of DR Series system CLI commands allow you to perform the following tasks on a system:
- Display existing scheduled Replication and Cleaner (disk space recovery) operations
- Create new schedules for Replication and Cleaner operations
- Delete existing scheduled Replication and Cleaner operations
This topic introduces the schedule command usage:
- schedule --show [options]
- schedule --add --day <Day of the week (Sunday|Monday...)> [options]
- schedule --delete --day <Day of the week (Sunday|Monday...)> [options]
- schedule --help
NOTE: If you specify a command without supplying the expected value or option, you will be prompted to provide the correct value or option.
Displays any existing Cleaner schedule for a DR Series system.
schedule --show --cleaner
Sunday 05:00 06:00
Monday 05:00 06:00
Tuesday 05:00 06:00
Wednesday 05:00 06:00
Thursday 05:00 06:00
Friday 05:00 06:00
Saturday 05:00 06:00