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Distributed SMIT 2.2 for AIX: Guide and Reference
To remove a domain from the member
list, use either the rmdsmitd command or a DSMIT interface.
When you use a graphical interface, you can view which clients are being
removed from the member list.
you remove a domain, the DSMIT server can still manage the clients that were
part of the domain name you removed. However, each individual client
must be specified rather than just the domain name.
A DSMIT server must reside on your
- Enter the
rmdsmitd command to remove a domain.
For further explanation of all rmdsmitd command options, see
the rmdsmitd command .
- To remove an empty
domain, enter the rmdsmitd command with the domain name. For
- To remove a nonempty
domain, enter the rmdsmitd -f command with the domain
name. For example:
rmdsmitd -f group1
- Edit the
/usr/share/DSMIT/domains file, and remove the domain and its client
- Select Manage
Domains of Machines from the Domain Management menu.
- Select Remove
Domains from the Manage Domain of Machines menu.
Note: An asterisk (*) designates fields that require
- Select Current
Domain Members and press F4 to display a list of machines currently in
- Select one or more of
the three criteria options and press F4 to display entry lists.
- Use the F7 key to tag
selections for removal from these lists and press Enter. An output
message confirms the completion of the command.
- Enter the DSMIT
command. A Visual System Management (VSM) application appears with
machine and domain objects.
- Drag the domain object
from the domain work area to the trash can object to remove a domain.
Chapter 1, Distributed System Management Interface Tool.
Creating a Domain.
Changing a Domain.
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