The DEL PE command specifies that a PE or a range of PEs is to be deleted from the new configuration map
- the PE (or PEs) to be deleted from the new configuration map.
- PE vproc numbers start at the high end of their range (30719 or 16383, depending on the system) and decrease consecutively.
Configuration verifies that the vproc number (or numbers) to be deleted exists in the new configuration map.
When all PEs that are associated with a host have been deleted from the new configuration map, you also must delete the host from the map.
After the DEL PE command is accepted, the specified PEs are deleted from the vproc list in the new configuration map, and the system displays:
The PE is deleted.
If you type the DEL PE command before the BEGIN CONFIG command, the command is ignored, and the system displays:
BEGIN CONFIG is not entered, and DEL PE is ignored.
Examples: Deleting PEs from a configuration
To delete PE 16380, type:
del pe 16380
To delete PEs with vproc numbers 16344 to 16351, type:
del pe 16344 - 16351