Delete DMP content

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Sep 3rd, 2010
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How Can I delete all files stored on SD memory on DMP.

There any command to do so from the DMM, I need to delete the contents to 300 DMPs.

Thank you in advance.

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Correct Answer by Tomas De Leon about 6 years 9 months ago

I filed an enhancement request for this feature:


CSCti83985 - DMP: Need a way to erase Flash (USB1 or USB2) from DMM or MIB


Hopefully, this feature will get added in a future release



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Tomas De Leon Wed, 09/08/2010 - 20:44
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Aurello,


You can delete the files manually via ftp.

Simply FTP to the DMP and delete the files in USB1 & USB2.

Of course this may not scale for 300 DMPs. I am unaware of any

MIBs or advanced tasks that could erase the contents on the

flash of the DMP.


I have had discussions internally and no one has come up

with a simple solution.  You may be able to write some

script that could FTP to a list of DMPs and perform a task

to erase the flash using FTP.


I will file an enhancement\feature request and we will see if it

gets added in a future release...



Cheers!


T.

azavaleta85 Thu, 09/09/2010 - 08:16
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I  am aware, thank you very much for your help.


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Tomas De Leon Thu, 09/09/2010 - 10:06
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I filed an enhancement request for this feature:


CSCti83985 - DMP: Need a way to erase Flash (USB1 or USB2) from DMM or MIB


Hopefully, this feature will get added in a future release



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Tomas De Leon Thu, 09/09/2010 - 13:17
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Aurello,


Quick turn around ;-)


This is how you can accomplish the deletion of all content

on USB1 & USB2.


Two methods:  (Browser MIB or Advanced Task that you create)



Browser MIBs

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https://admin:[email protected]:[email protected]

https://admin:[email protected]:[email protected]


admin          = DMP Web Account Username

default        = DMP Web Account Password

a.b.c.d        = IP Address of DMP




Advanced Tasks--> System Tasks

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Name\Description = Clean USB1 on DMP

Request Type     = Set

Request          = mng.command=write+sh+FG+rm+-rf+/tmp/ftproot/usb_1/


Name\Description = Clean USB2 on DMP

Request Type     = Set

Request          = mng.command=write+sh+FG+rm+-rf+/tmp/ftproot/usb_2/



I hope this works for you!


T.


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