Defining a resource group from the command line

Follow this procedure for defining a resource group from the command line.

To define a resource group, enter:
nim -o define -t res_group -a ResourceType=ResourceName GroupName
As an example, to create a resource group named ResGrp1 containing previously defined resources, images1, spot1, bosinst_data1, and bundle1, enter:
nim -o define -t res_group -a lpp_source=images1 -a spot=spot1 \
-a bosinst_data=bosinst_data1 -a installp_bundle=bundle1 \
-a comments="BOS Install Resources" ResGrp1