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VOM acitivity on multiple servers

Hello,

We have around few hundered servers in  in VOM, some times we may need to freeze all the SGs for some maintenance. We don't want to do though GUI,  Is there a way we can automate to freeze all the SGs from VOM server?  Our VOM server is in Windows

 

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Freezing multiple Service

Freezing multiple Service Groups using VOM.

  1. Drill down to “Data Center” ---> “Uncategorized Clusters”(or customized OE) ---> Cluster name
  2. Click on "Service Groups"
  3. In the grid view of "Service Groups"(on RHS frame); select multiple service groups (press Ctrl and select using mouse click), which are to be frozen
  4. Right click and select "Freeze" operation
  5. It will guide you through the freezing of the groups
  6. On successful operation completion, you can also see the CLIs details. 

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Freezing multiple Service

Freezing multiple Service Groups using VOM.

  1. Drill down to “Data Center” ---> “Uncategorized Clusters”(or customized OE) ---> Cluster name
  2. Click on "Service Groups"
  3. In the grid view of "Service Groups"(on RHS frame); select multiple service groups (press Ctrl and select using mouse click), which are to be frozen
  4. Right click and select "Freeze" operation
  5. It will guide you through the freezing of the groups
  6. On successful operation completion, you can also see the CLIs details. 

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For a command line solution,

For a command line solution, you can develop a custom batch file to run at the Central Management Server (CMS; VOM console server).  This batch file would use the xdistc command to distribute and execute a batch file or shell script to the remote clusters.  This second batch file (or shell script for *nix) would determine the service groups and their status then issue the appropriate freeze commands.

 

The xdist command is documented in the Command File Reference of the User's Guide (page 623).

xdistc
xdistc – command-line interface to VRTSsfmh distributor

 

A screencast of the use of xdistc can be found here at the Connect website:

 

https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/videos/screencast-using-xdistc-command-distributor-storage-f...

(this is running on a Linux system but will be the same in concept)

 

Screencast: Using xdistc - Command Distributor of Storage Foundation Manager for Multi-System Management

 

 

Thank  you for the info,  Let

Thank  you for the info,  Let me look into it.

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This is resolved, thank you

This is resolved, thank you for your helps.

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What method were you able to

What method were you able to use to resolve the issue ?

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Gentle reminder! This

Gentle reminder! This discussion is open for last 3 months and keeps popping in "Can you solve these?" section. If your query is resolved, then please mark appropriate comments as solution. 

Thanks & Regards,
Sunil Y