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    esxcfg-dumppart  []
    -l|--list             List the partitions available for Dump Partitions. 
                          WARNING: This will scan all LUNs on the system.
    -t|--get-active       Get the active Dump Partition for this system, 
                          returns the device identifier for the partition 
                          (naa.xxxxx:1) or 'none'.
    -c|--get-config       Get the configured Dump Partition for this 
                          system, returns the device identifier for the partition
                          (naa.xxxxx:1) or 'none'.
    -s|--set              Set the Dump Partition for this system and activate it,
                          either naa.xxxxx:1 or 'none' to deactivate 
                          the active dump partition.
    -f|--find             Find usable Dump partitions and list in order of 
                          preference.
    -C|--copy             Copy a dump file from the dump partition: 
                          -D --devname /vmfs/devices/disks/ 
                          -D --devname active (use active dump partition) 
                          -z --zdumpname outputName (optional) 
                          -n --newonly (optional) 
                          -o --slot slotnum (optional) 
                          -Z --slot-size size in MB (optional) 
                          -U --unqualified-dev (FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY) 
    -T|--test-copyable    Test whether a dump file is present in the dump
                          partition; prints YES if found, NO otherwise.
                          Options as for --copy, except -z.
    -L|--log              Extract  the log from a compressed dump.
    -S|--smart-activate   Activate the configured dump partition or find 
                          the first appropriate partition and use it 
                          (same order as -f).
    -a|--activate         Activate the configured dump partition.
    -d|--deactivate       Deactivate the active dump partition.
    -F|--file             Operate on dump files, instead of partitions.
    -h|--help             Show this message. 
    Example:
        esxcfg-dumppart --copy --devname /vmfs/devices/disks/naa.xxxxx:x 
                       --newonly --zdumpname esxdump (to copy new zdump only)
        esxcfg-dumppart --log esxdump
    
    



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