3.02.01 - Removing VMs - Teradata Vantage on VMware

Teradata Vantageā„¢ on VMware Base, Advanced, Enterprise Tiers Getting Started Guide

Teradata Vantage on VMware
Deployer 3.02.01
February 2020
PrerequisiteIf the target VMs are installed on a system that is not connected to the Internet, you must revoke licenses before using this procedure. See Revoking a License for Sites without Internet Access.
  1. Open a VMware vSphere PowerCLI shell version 5.5 or later.
  2. Navigate to the directory containing the Teradata Vantage on VMware deployment executable file (C:\mylocation\Teradata_Deployer\).
  3. Power on the VMs by running tdc.deploy.exe followed by the poweron command:
    .\tdc.deploy.exe -commonITproperties common.IT.properties.json 
    -nodeITproperties node.IT.properties.json -step poweron
  4. Run tdc.deploy.exe, using the properties files originally used to deploy the VMs:
    .\tdc.deploy.exe -commonITproperties common.IT.properties.json 
    -nodeITproperties node.IT.properties.json
  5. At the prompt, type removevms.
    The removevms task performs two tasks in sequence before removing the VMs: revoke_license and poweroff. By default, the revoke_license task requires Internet access. If the target system is not connected to the Internet, an error will appear unless you have followed the steps in Revoking a License for Sites without Internet Access.