s_delete



NAME

      system delete - delete a system or a subsystem


SYNOPSIS

      system delete [-i] [-f] [-F] [system_path]


DESCRIPTION

      The system delete command deletes a system structure or a part of it.
      Only the system manager or a root user may delete a system.

    PARAMETERS
      system_path
           The name of the system, or a system path definition of a system
           part.

    OPTIONS
      -i[nquire]
           Ask for each file of it should be deleted or not.

      -f   Execute the command directly without asking for parameters.

      -F   If a system configuration has a child configuration, by default
           it is not allowed to change it (like add or remove a subsystem).
           The -F option allows to delete a subsystem or even the entire
           configuration.  Note, when you delete an old configuration the
           history information as well as the CRs for the removed
           configuration will be kept in the system.


EXAMPLES

      $ system delete
      System name : ex_system/1.0-0/ex_sub
      Do you really want to delete the system ex_system/1.0-0/ex_sub? (y/n)
      : y

      Removing system files at /ipa/systems/ex_system/1.0-0/ex_sub...

      System ex_system/1.0-0/ex_sub is deleted.


DIRECTORIES

      /ipa/systems/system


SEE ALSO

      s_create(1)


AUTHOR

      Ivica Crnkovic