bkr-pool-remove man page

bkr-pool-remove — Remove systems from a pool

Synopsis

bkr pool-remove [options]
--pool <poolname>
--system <fqdn>

Description

Removes systems from a system pool.

(Note: this command requires Python 2.6 or later)

New in version 20.

Options

--pool <poolname>

The system pool to remove the systems from. This option is mandatory.

--system <fqdn>

Remove the system specified by <fqdn> from the system pool <poolname>. This option can be specified multiple times to remove more than one system from the pool.

Common bkr options are described in the Options section of bkr(1).

Exit Status

Zero if all systems were removed from the pool successfully. Non-zero if any system could not be removed from the pool. Note that in this case, some systems may have been successfully removed before the error occurred.

Examples

Remove the system “fqdn1.example.com” from the “beakerdevs” system pool:

bkr pool-remove --pool beakerdevs --system fqdn1.example.com

See Also

bkr(1), bkr-pool-add(1)

Author

The Beaker team <beaker-devel@lists.fedorahosted.org>

Referenced By

bkr(1), bkr-pool-add(1).

Jul 26, 2017 24.3 Beaker