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How to Tag an Initiator?

Hello Folks,

I have an X2, XtremIO and I'm close to being able to tag an initiator but I'm confised at what the "entity-detail" is exactly for in this command syntax. Yes, I have put placeholder info into the " " areas I realize that would not work in my command.

Here is my command:

add-initiator ig-id="name" initiator-name="name" port-address="WWN" operating-system=esx

What should be in the location for "entity-detail" if I'm simply trying to add a tag to my initiator? Should it simply be the same as what's in "tag-id"?

tag-object entity=”Initiator” entity-details=”????" tag-id=”name”

Thanks in advance for your help!

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Re: How to Tag an Initiator?

Hello marshit,

The entity-details is an object ID.  Here is the link to Dell EMC XtremIO Storage Array cli guide and if you look on page 194 you can see how the entity-details is used.  https://dell.to/2Ta5REH

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

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Re: How to Tag an Initiator?

Hello, I have the guide as well. 

I'm asking if what I wrote syntax wise more so looks correct? Does at the very least "entity" look correct, since this is for an initiator?

Also, is the entity-details basically going to be the same as the TAG, if nothing else?

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Re: How to Tag an Initiator?

Hello marshit,

Your syntax looks correct for the initiator.  The entity details can be the same.

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

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