Deleting event suppressions for an object with the CLI
The delete verb deletes a list of event suppressions for a specific object.
Manage Event Suppression command line syntax:
manageEventSuppression [options] delete instPath typePath [beginTime endTime repeat]
The following table lists the required and optional parameters for the manage event suppression command tool.
Indicates that this command is deleting Event Suppression Periods.
Object Instance Path for the object subject to the suppression.
Object Type Path for the object subject to the suppression.
Optional begin time for the suppression period. Time is of the format:
Where yyyy is the year, MM in the month number, dd is the day of the month, HH is the hour, mm is the minute.
Optional end time for the suppression period; see beginTime for the format.
Optional Repeat type. Can be any case.
NONE: No repeat
EVERYDAY: Repeat the suppression every day
EVERYWEEK: Repeat the suppression on the same day each week
EVERYMONTH: Repeat the suppression on the same day each month
EVERYYEAR: Repeat the suppression on the same day each year
Provides a brief help message.
Indicates that the parameter username used for connecting to the services.
Password used for connecting to the services. If -p or -s is not specified, the user is prompted for the password. -p is mutually exclusive with -s.
Specify password via stdin. This is mutually exclusive with -p.
Any suppression for supervisory objects is included.
Any suppression for descendent objects is listed.
Run the command in debug mode.
Run the command in verbose mode.