Microsoft Virtualization Discussions
Is there any cmdlet to check and configure SP? At least to check SP status? I am using PSTK 4.0
If you're using cDOT you can use the "Get-NcServiceProcessor" cmdlet. There are a number of SP related commands for cDOT...use this command to see them
Get-NcCommand -Category "Service Processor"
Hope that helps!
No SP cmdlet for 7 mode? I need for 7 mode. Below is the setup we are running.
DOT 7 mode; 8.1; power shell 2.0; PSTK 4.0
Not that I can find for 7-Mode, only for Cluster ...
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This is really strange that how this important cmdlet has not given by DOT PSTK for 7-Mode. personally I believe that its a SP cmdlet is really improtant.
is there any way to retrieve SP IP address by using other cmdlets?
There is no ZAPI to address the SP/RLM/BMC in 7-mode, so consequentially there is no cmdlet. You could use "Invoke-NaSsh" to execute the command, you'd have to parse out the result though.
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