ONTAP 9.14.1 commands

system node coredump delete

Delete a coredump

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.


The system node coredump delete command deletes a specified core dump. If the command is issued while the specified core dump is being saved, the command prompts you before stopping the save operation and deleting the core dump.


-node {<nodename>|local} - Node That Owns the Coredump

This specifies the node from which core files are to be deleted.

[-type {kernel|ancillary-kernel-segment|application}] - Coredump Type

This specifies the type of core file to be deleted. If the type is kernel, the specified kernel core file will be deleted. If the type is application, the specified application core file will be deleted.

-corename <text> - Coredump Name

This specifies the core file that is to be deleted.


The following example deletes a core dump named core.101268397.2010-05-30.19_37_31.nz from a node named node0:

cluster1::> system node coredump delete -node node0 -corename core.101268397.2010-05-30.19_37_31.nz
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