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XEN-DELETE-IMAGE

XEN-DELETE-IMAGE

Section: Perl Programmers Reference Guide (8) Updated: 2009-01-11
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NAME

xen-delete-image - Delete previously created Xen instances.  

SYNOPSIS

  xen-delete-image [options] [--hostname=]imageName1 [--hostname=]imageName2

  Help Options:
   --help     Show help information.
   --manual   Read the manual for this script.
   --version  Show the version information and exit.
   --verbose  Show diagnostic output.

  General options:
   --dir      Specify the output directory where images were previously saved.
   --lvm      Specify the LVM volume to use.
   --evms     Specify the EVMS container to use.

  Specifying hosts:
   --hostname Specify the image name to delete.

  Testing options:
   --test     Don't complain if we're not invoked by root.

 

OPTIONS

--dir Specify the output directory where images were previously saved.
--evms Specify the EVMS container where images were previously saved.
--help Show help information.
--hostname Specify the hostname to delete.
--lvm Specify the LVM volume group where images were previously saved.
--manual Read the manual for this script.
--test Don not complain, or exit, if the script is not executed by the root user.
--version Show the version number and exit.
 

DESCRIPTION

  xen-delete-image is a simple script which allows you to delete
 Xen instances which have previously been created by xen-create-image.

  You must be root to run this script as it removes the Xen configuration
 file from /etc/xen and potentially removes LVM and EVMS volumes.

  (When invoked with the '--test' flag the script will continue running,
 but will fail to remove anything which the user does not have permission
 to delete.)

 

LOOPBACK EXAMPLE

  Assuming that you have three images 'foo', 'bar', and 'baz', stored
 beneath /home/xen the first two may be deleted via:

    xen-delete-image --dir=/home/xen foo bar

  You may also delete them by running:

    xen-delete-image --dir=/home/xen --hostname=foo --hostname=bar

  (The matching Xen configuration files beneath /etc/xen will also be
 removed.)

 

LVM EXAMPLE

  Assuming that you have the volume group 'skx-vol' containing three
 Xen instances 'foo', 'bar', and 'baz' the first two may be deleted via:

    xen-delete-image --lvm=skx-vol foo bar

  This will remove the volumes 'foo-disk', 'foo-swap', 'bar-disk',
 and 'bar-swap'.

  Note that if the images were created with "--noswap" then the swap
 volumes will not be present, so will not need to be deleted.

  The Xen configuration files will also be removed from beneath /etc/xen.

 

EVMS EXAMPLE

  Assuming that you have the container 'mycontainer' containing three
 Xen instances 'foo', 'bar', and 'baz' the first two may be deleted via:

    xen-delete-image --evms=lvm2/mycontainer --hostname=foo --hostname=bar

  This will remove the volumes 'foo-disk', 'foo-swap', 'bar-disk',
 and 'bar-swap'.

  Note that if the images were created with "--noswap" then the swap
 volumes will not be present, so will not need to be deleted.

  The Xen configuration files will also be removed.

 

AUTHOR

 Steve
 --
 http://www.steve.org.uk/

 

LICENSE

Copyright (c) 2005-2007 by Steve Kemp. All rights reserved.

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The LICENSE file contains the full text of the license.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
LOOPBACK EXAMPLE
LVM EXAMPLE
EVMS EXAMPLE
AUTHOR
LICENSE

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