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Using This Documentation

Chapter 1 Overview

Chapter 2 Working with the API

Chapter 3 Alert Service Commands

Chapter 4 Analytics Services

Chapter 5 Hardware Services

Chapter 6 Log Commands

Chapter 7 Network Commands

Chapter 8 Problem Service Commands

Chapter 9 Role Service

Chapter 10 SAN Services

Overview

Initiators

List Initiators

Get Initiator Details

Create an Initiator

Modify an Initiator

Delete an Initiator

Initiator Groups

List Initiator Groups

Get Initiator Group Details

Create an Initiator Group

Delete an Initiator Group

Targets

List Targets

Get Target Details

Create a Target

Modify a Target

Delete a Target

Target Groups

List Target Groups

Get Target Group

Create a Target Group

Delete a Target Group

Chapter 11 Service Commands

Chapter 12 Storage Services

Chapter 13 System Commands

Chapter 14 User Service

Chapter 15 Workflow Commands

Chapter 16 RESTful Clients

Initiators

The following commands are used to manage SAN initiators.

Table 10-1  Initiator Commands
Request
Path /san/v1.0
Description
GET
/<protocol>/initiators
List all SAN initiators for the given protocol (FC, iSCSI, SRP) objects
GET
/<protocol>/initiators /<initiator>
Get the specified SAN initiator for the given protocol (FC, iSCSI, SRP) properties
POST
/<protocol>/initiators
Create a new SAN initiator for the given protocol (FC, iSCSI, SRP)
PUT
/<protocol>/initiators /<initiator>
Modify the specified SAN initiator for the given protocol (FC, iSCSI, SRP) object
DELETE
/<protocol>/initiators /<initiator>
Destroy the specified initiator object

These commands use the following URI parameters.

Table 10-2  URI Parameters
Name
Description
protocol
The NAS protocol for the initiator (FC, iSCSI, SRP)
initiator
The iqn, wwn or eui of the initiator

Many of the initiator commands use the properties listed below as return values. The create and modify commands also use the properties as input values.

Table 10-3  Initiator Properties
Name
Protocol
Description
alias
all
Alias for this initiator
initiator
fc
Port world wide name for this initiator (WWN)
iqn
iscsi
iSCSI qualified name for this initiator
chapuser
iscsi
Challenge handshake auth protocol (CHAP) user name
chapsecret
iscsi
Challenge handshake auth protocol (CHAP) secret
initiator
srp
Extended Unique Identifier (EUI)