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guides:user:servicetypes:template_slotmoves

Template change

using Service-types/tasks

Changing a template from a node in a service-task or service -type should be treated as a port blue-print update where: Ignore all Ma and Lo port types, including subnet assignments. These are kept All physical ports not in the new blueprint can be deleted, unless subnets or topo exists Those must be removed manually

exists ASSIGN NODE node TEMPLATE value change the node's default Template and ports. Keep obsolete ports with topo or subnets.
Keeps Ma and Lo ports if exists
new? ASSIGN NODE node TEMPLATE_FORCE value change the node's default Template and ports. Remove obsolete ports regardless
Ma and Lo are kept only if subnet adrr is assigned

## Stack changes ## To change stack configs, the port numbers change from slot `<none>` to something, usually `1/` But also back again. All port properties including topo are maintained, so we keep the interface-id and just change the slot-id and port-name Basically, it is a slot move. So find the ports first

exists LOCATE PORTS node FAST_ETHERNET value portlist value format= `slot[/module]/port[-port]`. Use '*' for any slot, module or port
exists GIGABIT_ETHERNET
exists TENGIGABIT_ETHERNET
or
new LOCATE PORTS node SLOT_ID value portlist value format = slot[/module], Use '/' to indicate slot/module is blank
problem: portlist includes ports of any kind, allowing incompatible assignments
better? LOCATE SLOT node SLOT_ID value slot This can be resolved by creating the alias type 'slot'
then move
new ASSIGN PORTS portlist SLOT_ID value value format = slot[/module], Use '/' to indicate slot/module is blank
better? ASSIGN SLOT slot SLOT_ID value in case the alias-type 'slot' is introduced
or
new ASSIGN PORTS portlist PORT_NAME value value format = slot[/module]/port[-port]
Existing ports are deleted. Any topo on or subnets on deleted ports will be removed Trunk/ port move. To move a port, say with topo, to a new position based on a port-template location, use this sequence: locate the port to move
exits LOCATE PORT node PORT_NAME value port locate a port by its internal name
then locate the port destination
exists LOCATE PORT node PORT_TEMPLATE value port locate a port by its port-template
and finally move
new ASSIGN PORT port PORT_NAME_OF port change the port location to that of the second port

Existing port is deleted. Any topo on or subnets on deleted port will be removed

guides/user/servicetypes/template_slotmoves.txt · Last modified: 2019/12/23 17:07 by yspeerte