Is there a way to delete monitored systems from UIM from the command line?
Please check out the following link for information on starting, stopping, or removing a robot via command line:
Start, Stop, or Remove a Robot - CA Unified Infrastructure Management - 8.31 - CA Technologies Documentation
You can also run probe utility commands via the command line. Review this link for more info:
Run Probe Commands from a DOS Prompt - CA Unified Infrastructure Management - 8.31 - CA Technologies Documentation
Note that removing this robots from the command line won't necessarily and fully 'remove' it from your environment.
You may still see entries in UMP or other metrics from the robot.
This article will help you to fully remove all traces of the robot - https://na4.salesforce.com/articles/FrequentlyAskedQuestions/How-do-I-find-the-source-of-a-USM-entry-and-how-can-I-remov…
That is what I want to do--remove entries from UMP. From the link you referenced, there are lots of queries to remove on node. Is there no simple way to delete it?
You may also remove a device based on cs_key. Check out this article - https://na4.salesforce.com/articles/Best_Practices/How-to-reset-discovery-in-UIM-8-10-or-later?popup=true
The first section speaks on a FULL discovery reset. The second section discusses how to remove individual devices.
Please note that "Only if you have installed discovery_server 8.12 or later, you may delete individual systems from discovery, or groups of systems, as follows:"
This last procedure is one I have done before, but only in the GUI. What command line would I use to deactivate and reactivate a probe (specifically, discovery_server and udm_manager)
You would want to use those Probe Utility Commands I mentioned in my first comment here.
These commands include restarting or stopping, among others.
This article shows some examples - https://na4.salesforce.com/articles/HowToProcedures/Examples-of-probe-utility-commands-that-can-be-used-in-programs?popu…
That link didn't show what any of the commands are, just how to run a command in general--but I think I can figure that out within the GUI. Thanks!
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