HP Instant Capacity User's Guide for versions 8.x > Appendix B Considerations for OpenVMS Systems

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ICAP Activate

Name

ICAP Activate - Immediately activates additional cores on the system. See the HP-UX manpage for icapmodify -a.

Format

ICAP ACTIVATE /CPU=n [qualifiers]

Qualifiers

/CPU=n (Required)
  


Specifies the number of additional cores to activate.

/Defer 


Defers the activation until the next reboot. See the HP-UX icapmodify manpage for the -D option.

/TICAP 


Authorize the use of temporary capacity to satisfy this activation request. See the HP-UX icapmodify manpage for the -t option.

ICAP Apply

Name

ICAP Apply - Apply an iCAP codeword. See the HP-UX manpage for icapmodify -C.

Format

ICAP APPLY “codeword”

Parameter

“codeword” 


An iCAP codeword obtained from the HP Utility Pricing Solutions portal. The codeword should be enclosed in quotation marks.

ICAP Deactivate

Name

ICAP Deactivate - Deactivates cores on the system. See the HP-UX manpage for icapmodify -d.

Format

ICAP DEACTIVATE /CPU=n [qualifiers]

Qualifiers

/CPU=n (Required)
  


Specifies the number of cores to deactivate.

/Defer 


Defers the deactivation until the next shutdown. See the HP-UX icapmodify manpage for the -D option.

ICAP Reconcile

Name

ICAP Reconcile - Activates or deactivates cores (subject to compliance limits) to bring the system to a state where the intended active number of cores are active. See the HP-UX manpage for icapmodify -r.

Format

ICAP RECONCILE

ICAP Set

Name

ICAP Set - Sets various iCAP management variables.

Format

ICAP SET parameter [qualifiers]

Parameter Options

ACTIVE_CPU 


Sets the number of active cores and the number of intended active cores. See the HP-UX icapmodify manpage -s option.

Format
ICAP SET ACTIVE_CPU count

Parameter
count: the number of cores to set active in the npartition.

ASSET 


Sets the asset reporting e-mail on or off. See the HP-UX icapnotify manpage -a option.

Format
ICAP SET ASSET [qualifier]

Qualifiers
/STATE=state: specify ON or OFF for the state qualifier value.

EMAIL 


Sets the system contact e-mail addresses. See the HP-UX icapmodify manpage -c option.

Format
ICAP SET EMAIL qualifiers

Qualifiers
/CONTACT: the e-mail address that will receive the configuration change notifications and exception reports.

/FROM: the from address for the e-mail sent from the iCAP system.

NOTIFICATION 


Sets the iCAP change configuration e-mail notifications on or off. See the HP-UX icapnotify manpage -n option.

Format
ICAP SET NOTIFICATION [qualifier]

Qualifiers
/STATE=state: specify ON or OFF for the state qualifier value.

SYSTEM_ID 


Sets the system identification used for iCAP asset reporting. See the HP-UX icapmodify manpage -i option.

Format
ICAP SET SYSTEM_ID “id”

Parameter
id: A user-defined string to identify this system when tracking or reporting usage. Specify a null string (“”) to set the system id to the default value. The default value is the local hostname.

WARNING_DAYS 


Sets the temporary capacity warning period to the number of days specified. See the HP-UX icapmodify manpage -w option.

Format
ICAP SET WARNING_DAYS days

Parameter
days: the number of days of temporary capacity left to begin sending temporary capacity expiration warning e-mail to the system contact.

ICAP Show

Name

ICAP Show - Show the status and settings of the iCAP software on the OpenVMS system. See the HP-UX icapstatus manpage for more information.

Format

ICAP SHOW STATUS [qualifiers]

Parameter

status 


Show the iCAP status and system settings to the standard output device.

Qualifiers

/SNAPSHOT 


Creates a string of snapshot information containing encrypted audit data and displays the string to the standard output device. See the HP-UX icapstatus manpage -s option.

ICAP_SERVER

Name

ICAP_SERVER - iCAP server process.

Description

The ICAP_SERVER process performs the same functions as the icapd daemon process on HP-UX systems. See the HP-UX icapd manpage for more information. To ensure compliance, the ICAP_SERVER is always running on OpenVMS systems in an iCAP complex.