system node coredump delete-all

Delete all coredumps owned by a node

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

Description

The system node coredump delete-all command deletes either all unsaved core dumps or all saved core files on a node. You can specify whether saved core files or unsaved core dumps are deleted by using the optional -saved parameter. If the command is issued while a core dump is being saved, the command prompts you before stopping the save operation and deleting the core dump.

Parameters

-node <nodename> - Node That Owns the Coredump
This specifies the node from which core files or core dumps are to be deleted.
[-type {unsaved-kernel|saved-kernel|kernel|application|all}] - Type of Core to delete
This parameter specifies the type of core file to be deleted. If the type is unsaved, all unsaved core dumps will be deleted. If the type is saved, all saved core files will be deleted. If the type is kernel, all kernel core files and kernel core dumps will be deleted. If the type is application, all application core files will be deleted. If the type is all, all core files will be deleted. The default setting is to delete only unsaved kernel core dumps and core files.

Examples

The following example deletes all unsaved kernel core dumps on a node named node0:
cluster1::> system node coredump delete-all -node node0