system smtape status clear

Clear SMTape sessions

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

This command clears SMTape sessions which are completed, failed or Unknown state.

Parameters

[-session <Sequence Number>] - Session Identifier
Use this parameter to clear the SMTape sessions with the specified session identifier.
[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node Name
Use this parameter to clear the SMtape sessions related to the specified node.
[-type {backup|restore}] - Operation Type
Use this parameter to clear the SMTape sessions of the specified operation type. These can be either backup or restore sessions.
[-status {COMPLETED|FAILED|UNKNOWN}] - Session Status
Use this parameter to clear the SMTape sessions which have the status as specified in the parameter.
[-path <text>] - Path Name
Use this parameter to clear the SMTape sessions which have path as specified in the parameter.
[-device <text>] - Device Name
Use this parameter to clear the SMTape sessions on a specific tape device.
[-backup-snapshot <snapshot name>] - Snapshot Name
Use this parameter to clear the SMTape sessions using the Snapshot copy name as specified in the parameter.
[-tape-block-size <integer>] - Tape Block Size
Use this parameter to clear the SMTape sessions with the tape block size as specified in the parameter.

Examples

The following example clears all the completed SMTape sessions in the cluster:

cluster1::> system smtape status clear

 5 sessions are purged.

The SMTape sessions on the node node1 in the cluster are cleared.

cluster1::> system smtape status clear -node node1

 3 sessions are purged.