LCM Category

Cmdlets are usually implemented around resource operations. The four basic operations are CREATE, READ, UPDATE and DELETE. This set of operations is known as CRUD. Most of the cmdlets support CRUD which are respectively cmdlets that start with the New/Get/Set/Remove cmdlet verbs but they also may have additional operations.

Step 1: Run commands from the CRUD group 

You can CREATE objects by using New-LCMClusterRuleWithTransform cmdlet. See example below:

C:\PS> New-LCMClusterRuleWithTransform -Name RULE_NAME -AllHosts -LcmCluster LCM_CLUSTER_NAME -NoSignatureCheck
You can UPDATE objects by using Set-LCMClusterRuleWithTransform cmdlet. See example below:
C:\PS> Set-LCMClusterRuleWithTransform -DeployRule NAME_TEST_RULE -AllHosts -LcmCluster LCM_CLUSTER_NAME -Force

Step 2: Explore More Related Commands: 


Reset-LCMClusterRuleWithTransform Update LCM cluster rule with transform
Export-LcmClusterDesiredState This cmdlet exports the desired state of a vSphere Lifecycle Manager cluster.
Get-LcmClusterDesiredStateRecommendation This cmdlet generates a desired state recommendation of a vSphere Lifecycle Manager cluster.
Get-LcmHardwareCompatibility This cmdlet verifies that the components in the base image are compatible with all storage controllers on the hosts in the cluster in accordance with the VMware Compatibility Guide.
Get-LcmImage This cmdlet retrieves the vSphere Lifecycle Manager images available on a vCenter Server system.
Import-LcmClusterDesiredState This cmdlet imports a specification file to set a desired state of a vSphere Lifecycle Manager cluster.
Test-LcmClusterCompliance This cmdlet tests cluster's hosts compliance respective to its target state.
Test-LcmClusterHealth This cmdlet tests cluster's hosts health respective to its target state.
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