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HOW TO: Decommission and delete Service Offering in EMC Ionix UIM/P

  1. Login to UIM/P management interface as sysadmin;
  2. Navigate to ‘Service Manager’ and highlight the service you would like to decommission or delete;
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  3. Click ‘Deactivate’ and select servers you would like to remove from the service or select ALL, click on Deactivate;
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    The servers will be powered off, Service Profile and vNIC(s) de-activated:
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    VEXC101, Deactivating service VEXC101
    VEX101, Initiated powering down the service profile VEX101
    VEX102, Initiated powering down the service profile VEX102
    VEX101, Service profile VEX101 has been shut down
    VEX101, Service profile VEX101 is now inactive
    VEX102, Service profile VEX102 has been shut down
    VEX102, Service profile VEX102 is now inactive
    VEXC101, Set service profiles to inactive for VEXC101
    VEX101, Set vNIC eth1 inactive
    VEX101, Set vNIC eth0 inactive
    VEX102, Set vNIC eth1 inactive
    VEX102, Set vNIC eth0 inactive
    VEXC101, Service VEXC101 deactivation completed
  4. When the blades have been powered off, they can be released from the service;
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  5. Select the blades and click Continue;
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    VEXC101, Releasing blades for service VEXC101
    chassis-3/blade-4, Releasing blade chassis-3/blade-4 associated with service profile VEX101
    VEX101, Successfully released blade associated with service profile VEX101
    VEX101, Returning blade to pool
    VEX101, Successfully returned blade associated with service profile VEX101
    chassis-4/blade-4, Releasing blade chassis-4/blade-4 associated with service profile VEX102
    VEX102, Successfully released blade associated with service profile VEX102
    VEX102, Returning blade to pool
    VEX102, Successfully returned blade associated with service profile VEX102
    VEXC101, Released blades for service VEXC101
  6. Highlight the service and click on ‘Decommission’, type ‘Confirm’ and click OK;
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  7. UIM/P will delete zones in Fabric A/B, disassociate Service Profile(s) from blades and delete them, return MAC addresses and UUIDs to the pool, delete the LUNs.
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    VEXC101, Decommission of VEXC101 in progress
    VEXC101, Decommission of VEXC101 in progress
    FABRIC_A, Deleting zones A
    FABRIC_B, Deleting zones B
    FABRIC_A, Reactivating zoneset A
    FABRIC_B, Reactivating zoneset B
    VEX101, Disassociating service profile from blade
    VEX101, Deleting service profile
    VEX101, Returning MAC addresses to pool
    VEX101, Returning blade to pool
    VEX101, Returning identities to pool
    VEX101, Decommissioned
    eth1, Decommissioned
    eth0, Decommissioned
    VEXC101, Decommission of VEXC101 in progress
    FABRIC_A, Deleting zones A
    FABRIC_B, Deleting zones B
    FABRIC_B, Reactivating zoneset B
    FABRIC_A, Reactivating zoneset A
    VEX102, Disassociating service profile from blade
    VEX102, Deleting service profile
    VEX102, Returning MAC addresses to pool
    VEX102, Returning blade to pool
    VEX102, Returning identities to pool
    VEX102, Decommissioned
    eth1, Decommissioned
    eth0, Decommissioned
    VEXC101, Unmapping data
    VEXC101, Unmapping boot
    VEXC101, Unmapping data
    VEXC101, Unmapping boot
    VEXC101, Unmapping data
    VEXC101_VMFS_1001_NON_REPLICATED_BRONZE, Decommissioned
    VEX101_boot, Decommissioned
    VEXC101_VMFS_1003_NON_REPLICATED_BRONZE, Decommissioned
    VEXC101_VMFS_1002_NON_REPLICATED_BRONZE, Decommissioned
    VEX102_boot, Decommissioned
    VEXC101, Decommissioned
  8. After that Service Offering can be deleted:
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  9. Delete the Service from Service Offerings:
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