crsctl eval delete server

Use the crsctl eval delete server command to predict the effects of deleting a server without making changes to the system. This command may be useful to cluster administrators.

See Also:

"How Server Pools Work" for more information about server pools and server pool attributes


crsctl eval delete server server_name [-admin [-l level] [-x] [-a]] [-f]


Table E-39 crsctl eval delete server Command Parameters

Parameter Description

Specify the name of the server you want to evaluate before deleting.

-admin [-l level] [-x] [-a]

If you specify this parameter, then CRSCTL displays output for the cluster administrator.

If you specify the -l parameter, then you can choose one of the following three output levels:

  • serverpools: Restricts the output to servers running in a server pool

  • resources: Restricts the output to resources running on servers in a server pool

  • all: Displays all available output

If you specify the -x parameter, then CRSCTL displays the differences.

If you specify the -a parameter, then CRSCTL displays all resources.

Note: To specify either the -l, -x, or -a parameters, or any combination of the three, you must specify the -admin parameter.