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Error during FSM Update from 1.2.1 to 1.3.2 1439

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Error during FSM Update from 1.2.1 to 1.3.2
« on: October 30, 2014, 07:42:53 AM »
good evening
the update FSM passes error
I see a more old update execution, how can I stop it and start the update because the reboot of the FSM does not stop this job
« Last Edit: October 30, 2014, 10:57:40 AM by tazu »
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Re: Error during FSM Update from 1.2.1 to 1.3.2
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2014, 11:15:45 AM »
Hello Tazu,

Welcome to MyPureSupport and thank you for your contribution to the site!

Regarding your issue, could you please provide the error or a screenshot of the issue? To remove a job, try this command.

rmjob command
Use the rmjob command to delete one or more jobs.

If more than one job has the same name, all jobs with that name are deleted.

Synopsis
smcli [-c] [-prompt] [-user user_name] [-pw password] rmjob options
smcli rmjob [-h | -? | --help]

smcli rmjob [-v] {-f file_name | [-j] job_list}

Description
None.

Operands
This command uses a list of jobs as an operand. The list can optionally be preceded by the -j | --jobs option.

Options
-f | --file {file_name | -}
Retrieves data either from the input file file_name or from input piped from another command.
To retrieve input piped from another command, specify a hyphen (-) instead of a file name (for example, smcli cmd1 | smcli cmd2 -f -). To retrieve input from a file, specify the full path. If the path contains spaces, enclose it in quotation marks.

The input data is the list of jobs to be deleted. This list can be a mixture of job names and IDs, separated by a comma or end-of-line character.
-h | -?
Displays the syntax and a brief description of the command.
Tip: If you specify additional options other than -h | -? | --help, the options are ignored.
--help
Displays detailed information about the command, including the syntax, a description of the command, a description of the options and operands, error codes, and examples.
Tips:
If you specify additional options other than -h | -? | --help, the options are ignored.
You can also display detailed help in the form of man pages using the man command_name command.
-j | --jobs {job_oid | job_name}[,{job_oid | job_name}...]
Targets one or more jobs, specified by names or ID.
This list can be a mixture of job names and ID, separated by a comma.

job_oid
The unique job ID, specified as a hexadecimal value prefixed with 0x (for example, 0x54).
Tip: You can use the lsjob -o command to get a list of all job IDs.
job_name
The name of the job.
Tips:
Job names might not be unique. This command acts on all jobs with the specified name. Use the -v | --verbose option to generate a message when this command targets multiple jobs with the same name. To target a job that has a name that is not unique, identify the job by specifying its unique, hexadecimal group ID, or use additional target options to refine the selection.
The job name can be locale specific. The name specified must match the locale being used by the command line interface.
If the job name contains a comma, prefix the comma with a backslash (\).
You can use the lsjob command with no options to get a list of all job names.
-v | --verbose
Writes verbose messages to standard output.
If this option is not specified, this command suppresses noncritical messages.