Introduction of the operation manager
The IBM® Cloud Infrastructure Center Operations Manager (OpsMgr) is a collection of utilities and services that are designed to facilitate user operation of clusters like installation, upgrade, backup, and restore.
To access the IBM Cloud Infrastructure Center Operations Manager CLI, open a terminal on the primary node.
The following list of subcommands is available under icic-opsmgr and their descriptions. For instructions how to use the command, open a terminal and enter the command name followed by
--help. For example,
Table 1. IBM® Cloud Infrastructure Center Operations Manager CLI and descriptions
|Use this operation to move from single node to multinode.
|Apply iFix against all/subset of nodes in management node cluster.
backup / restore
icic-opsmgr backup and
icic-opsmgr restore subcommands respectively for backup and restore.
|Manage IBM Cloud Infrastructure Center Opsmgr configuration settings such as IP address, users, and so on.
|Runs prerequisites on nodes by using command
icic-opsmgr install -c <cluster_name> -p. Performs check on all installation prerequisites. To start installation, run
icic-opsmgr install -c <cluster_name> command.
|When creating an inventory by using the hostname, make sure that it exactly matches the VM hostname. Captures and lists all inventory information. To create inventory, run
icic-opsmgr inventory -c <cluster_name> command.
|In a case where a node is unusable or the node is down, this operation supports replacing it with a new node by forcibly removing a node and attempting a new deployment with the new node’s information added to inventory.
|Use this operation to resync conf files post recovery of a node.
|Show details about requested entity.
|Check Multinode Status of IBM Cloud Infrastructure Cluster.
|Uninstall IBM Cloud Infrastructure Center management plane.