I am trying to create clone of a dyn_rdf device,but i couldnot.Generally I create clone of a standard device just by creating a regular device group
and adding source and target devices.But for creating clone of DYN_RDF device ,what device group i have to create,i tried creating a RDFG1 group,because source is
a r1 device.Now should i convert clone target into RDF1 device.Please let me know procedure for creating clone of a RDF device.?
thanks for your response.i know the command.I just want to know,is it possible to create clone
of a DYN_RDF device.If yes,then what type of device group i have to create and clone target should
be what type of device.
It is possible to create a clone of R1 device(Dynamic RDF Capability).
DG should be of type RDF1
clone target can be BCV or standard device.
symclone -g <RDF1 DgName> establish –full -tgt
symclone -g <RDF1 DgName> query
Create a file called say pair.txt
in this put source and target like this
where 0001 is the source device
and 0002 is the target device
symclone -sid xxxx -file pair.txt create ....
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but it think, we cant add a std device in a rdf devicegroup?
yes you can, add -tgt when you add clone to RDF1 group.
symld -g <group> add dev 0BAD -tgt
Dynamox is correct. The target device has to be added with –tgt option before creating a clone session which creates relationship with the source & target devices.
If the device not added to the device group with –tgt option, then the script will not let you to create the clone sessions.
Else the file can be used with necessary options.
Periyakaruppan N (Peri),
if it is not necessary to work with device group, then you can use as SamClaret said a txt file and then you can add the source and the target devices of the clone.
Command is: symclone -sid <> -f <> create -precopy -differrential
If you are going to use device group then you have to use the -tgt parameter, but i believe that using txt file is pretty much easier.
If you query is on how to add the STD and RDF device to a DG, then
You can create a DG with the type ANY
# symdg create <name> -type ANY
When adding the device to the DG you need to use 'symdg' command and not 'symld'
I believe this option is available from SE 7.4 and above.
# symdg add dev <STD dev> -g <dg_name> -sid <>
# symdg add dev <RDF dev> -g <dg_name> -sid <>
The only implication here is that you always have to mention the source and the target while performing the operation.
This is why we use the -tgt flag which was mentioned earlier by our experts..