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Commands Reference, Volume 4
Removes a response.
rmresponse [-h] [-f
] [-q] [-T]
The rmresponse command removes the response specified by the
Response parameter. The response must already exist in order
to be removed. When the response must be removed even if it is linked
with conditions, specify the -f flag. This forces the
response and the links with the conditions to be removed. If the
-f flag is not specified and links with conditions exist, the
response is not removed. Conditions are not removed by this
- The name of a defined response to be removed.
- Forces the response to be removed even if it is linked with
conditions. The links with the conditions are removed as well as the
response, but the conditions are not removed.
- Writes the command's usage statement to standard output.
- Does not return an error when Response does not exist.
- Writes the command's trace messages to standard error. For
your software-service organization's use only.
- Writes the command's verbose messages to standard output.
- Command has run successfully.
- Error occurred with RMC.
- Error occurred with CLI script.
- Incorrect flag on command line.
- Incorrect parameter on command line.
- Error occurred that was based on faulty command line input.
This command requires root authority.
- To remove the response definition named "Broadcast event on-shift",
rmresponse "Broadcast event on-shift"
- To remove the response definition named "Broadcast event on-shift" even if
the response is linked with conditions, type:
rmresponse -f "Broadcast event on-shift"
||Location of the rmresponse command.
The chresponse, lscondresp, lsresponse,
mkcondresp, mkresponse commands.
The RSCT 2.2 Resource Monitoring and Control Guide and
Reference contains more information regarding ERRM operations.
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