You do not need to remove resource types that are not in use. However, if you want to remove a resource type, follow this procedure.
Removing a resource type involves disabling and removing all resources of that type in the cluster before unregistering the resource type.
Before You Begin
To identify all instances of the resource type that you are removing, type the following command:
# clresourcetype show -v
# clresource disable resource
Specifies the name of the resource to disable.
# clresource delete resource
Specifies the name of the resource to remove.
# clresourcetype unregister resource-type
Specifies the name of the resource type to unregister.
# clresourcetype show
This example shows how to disable and remove all of the resources of a resource type (resource-type-1) and then unregister the resource type. In this example, resource-1 is a resource of the resource type resource-type-1.
# clresource disable resource-1 # clresource delete resource-1 # clresourcetype unregister resource-type-1
The following man pages: