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renaming service profiles (2.1 and above)

Brett.Lombardo
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Hello

Are there any possible side effects of renaming a service profile for firmwares 2.1 and above? Will anything else need to be re-configured in the service profile?

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Keny Perez
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Brett,

Nothing else should be needed.

 

-Kenny

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kedevara
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Hello Brett,

For more information on service profile, check the below links.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/sw/gui/config/guide/2-1/b_UCSM_GUI_Configuration_Guide_2_1/b_UCSM_GUI_Configuration_Guide_2_1_chapter_0100001.html

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/ucs-central/users-manual/1-1/b_CiscoUCSCentral-Software-UsersManual-Release1-1/b_CiscoUCSCentral-Software-UsersManual-Release1-1_chapter_01010.html

www.kozeniauskas.com/itblog/2013/06/13/ucs-how-to-move-or-rename-service-profile-in-ucs/

Regards

Keshav

Shahzad Arain
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Beginner

Hi,

Starting from UCS version 2.1 there is an option to rename service-profiles in UCS. If you’re running 2.0 or lower then the only way to rename is to clone service profile make some changes and delete the original

Rename service profile in CLI following are steps.

  1. Use SSH client to connect to UCS CLI
  2. You have to know where the service profile you want to rename is located. In my case it is in the root. Type:
    scope org /
    ‘/’ is a location of service profile. If it is in sub-organization then you have to provide then name for it
  3. To select service profile type:
    scope service-profile name
    ‘name’ is a name of the service profile you selecting
  4. to rename type:
    rename-to newname
    ‘newname’ is the name you renaming profile to
  5. you will be asked to confirm. Type ‘yes’
  6. to commit changes type
    commit-buffer

Keny Perez
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Brett,

Nothing else should be needed.

 

-Kenny

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