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Offboarding compute resources

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When a resource is no longer needed or available, you can offboard the resource to remove it from the system.

You can offboard the following resource types when the listed conditions are true:

  • Virtual cluster — You can offboard a virtual cluster when:
    • There are no virtual guests associated with the virtual cluster
    • There are no virtual guests associated with virtual host associated to the virtual cluster
    • There are no virtual guests associated with a virtual disk repository associated to the virtual cluster
      When you offboard a virtual cluster, you also offboard its associated virtual resource pools, virtual hosts, and virtual disk repositories.
  • Virtual host — You can offboard a virtual host when there are no virtual guests associated with it.
  • Virtual resource pool — You can offboard a virtual resource pool when when there are no virtual guests associated with it.
  • Virtual disk repository — You can offboard a virtual disk repository at any time.
  • Physical server — You can offboard a physical server when there are no cloud services running on it.

To offboard a compute resource

  1. From the BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management Administration Console, click the vertical Workspaces menu on the left side of the window and select Resources.
  2. Under Quick Links on the left, click Compute Pools under the Compute section.
    The list of compute resource pools is displayed.
  3. Double-click the resource pool that contains the resource that you want to offboard.
    The list of resources in the selected pool is displayed.
  4. Select the resource that you want to offboard.
  5. Click the Offboard icon .

The resource is no longer available in the system.

Related topics

Editing and removing resources 
Listing onboarded compute resources
Adding compute resources to compute resource pools

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