15.11 - delete_component - Data Stream Architecture

Teradata Data Stream Architecture (DSA) User Guide

prodname
Data Stream Architecture
vrm_release
15.11
created_date
December 2016
category
User Guide
featnum
B035-3150-026K

Purpose

The delete_component command deletes an existing component based on the information in the parameters.

Syntax

dsc delete_component [parameters]

Example

dsc delete_component -n system1 -t system -S

Parameters

n|name Name
The name of the BAR component. The name must be unique. If the system name begins with a special character such as a dash -, press Enter after entering the command, then enter the system name with the special character at the Enter the System Name prompt. For example, type dsc export_config -t system -f book.xm -n, press Enter, then type -testA if -testA is the system name.
t|type Type
The type of BAR component. Enter one of the following:
  • system
  • node
  • media_server
  • nbu_server
  • dd_boost
  • disk_file_system
  • target_group
  • azure_app
  • aws_app
node
s|system System
This value must be specified if the component type is a node.
system1
S|Skip_prompt SkipPrompt
[Optional] Skips displaying a confirmation message before performing the command action.
u|user_authentication User
Required when security management is enabled. Supplies the command with the Viewpoint user, and triggers a password prompt for authentication.

Usage Notes

To use the delete_component command, you must specify the component name and type, as well as the system if you are deleting a node. You do not need to specify the component name for disk_file_system types.

You can delete a system, node, media server, NetBackup server, disk file system, or a target group, except under the following conditions:
  • system marked for repository backup
  • system in use by a job
  • media server in use by a target group
  • NetBackup server in use by a target group
  • target group in use by a job
  • target group in use by a target group map
  • target group in use for repository backups
  • policy used by a target group

XML File Example

This command does not support an XML file.