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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 26, 2021

Filter vtmenu's list of Managed Systems

The list of managed systems shown in vtmenu contains systems from both the primary and secondary sites.
During the DR testing exercise at the secondary site there is the possibility of a production managed system being selected by mistake.
The request is for a way to filter the list of managed systems that is presented by vtmenu.

Idea priority Low
  • Guest
    Apr 29, 2022
    Hi Hector,

    Please see comments in previous sequence. If that doesn't address your requirement, please re-open with additional details.

  • Guest
    Jan 28, 2022

    Hi Hector,

    To open vterm via command line, mkvterm command can also be used. mkvterm accepts the system name and lpar id/name, so if you have specific system, then mkvterm can be directly used instead of vtmenu. Please let us know if using mkvterm will address the requirement.