Delete an existing partition by name.
nlvm [nlvm_options] delete partition <partition_name>
You are automatically prompted to confirm the delete action. Respond by typing yes or no, then pressing Enter. Use the --no-prompt NLVM option to suppress the confirmation prompt.
Before you create a Novell Cluster Services SBD partition, you must take the cluster down, and stop Novell Cluster Services from running on all nodes.
Mandatory. Specify the node name (such as sdc1.1) of the partition to be deleted.
Optional. The force NLVM option can be used with the delete partition command if the partition is part of a pool or move. If the partition is part of a pool, deleting the partition automatically deletes the pool. If the partition is part of a move destination, deleting the partition automatically deletes the pool move.
Optional. Specify this NLVM option to prevent a confirmation message from being displayed.
Delete the partition /dev/sdc1.1.
Delete the partition /dev/sdd1.2 that is part of an NSS pool move destination. The pool move is deleted as well.