Set storage array controller battery learn cycle

The set storageArray learnCycleDate controller command sets controller battery learn cycles.

Supported Arrays

This command applies to an individual DE2000H, DE4000H, DE4000F, DE6000H, or DE6000F storage array.


To execute this command on an storage array, you must have the Storage Admin role.


Important: To set individual learn cycles for each controller in the storage array, send this command to both controllers.
Important: The learn cycles are not linked together and so a disruption in one controller battery learn cycle will not impact the learn cycle for the battery in the other controller.
Note: A learn cycle might take several hours to complete.


set storageArray learnCycleDate (controller[(a| b)] )
(daysToNextLearnCycle=numberOfDays | 
day=dayOfTheWeek) time=HH:MM


Parameter Description
controller The controller for which you want to specify a battery learn cycle. Valid controller identifiers are a or b , where a is the controller in slot A , and b is the controller in slot B . Enclose the controller identifier in square brackets ([ ]). If you do not specify a controller, the controller firmware returns a syntax error.
Note: Omitting this parameter sets the learn cycle for both controller batteries in a dual-controller array.
daysToNextLearnCycle Valid values are 0 through 7 , where 0 is immediately and 7 is in seven days. The daysToNextLearnCycle parameter takes place up to seven days after the next scheduled learn cycle.
day Valid values for the day parameter include the days of the week ( Sunday , Monday , Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday , Friday , and Saturday ). Setting the day causes the next learn cycle to be scheduled on the specified day, after the currently scheduled learn cycle.
time The time in 24-hour format; for example 8:00 a.m. is entered as 08:00 . Nine o'clock p.m. is entered as 21:00 , and 9:30 p.m. is entered as 21:30 .


set storageArray learnCycleDate controller [a] daysToNextLearnCycle=4


You can set the learn cycle to occur only once during a seven-day period.

The time parameter selects a specific time that you want to run the learn cycle. If a value is not entered, the command uses a default value of 00:00 (midnight).

If the day and time specified are in the past, the next learn cycle takes place on the next possible day specified.