How to reload/reset 6100/Fiber Interconnect from the CLI?

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Aug 1st, 2010

Hi there,

there is no reload or reboot command on the 61000 (in CLI) ?!? I'll also appreciate answer how to do it from GUI.  Another similar question, obviously from a newbie, is related to missing "write" commad: does it mean that every accepted command is automatically written in NVRAM?

Regards,

Tenaro

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Correct Answer by Robert Burns about 6 years 4 months ago

Tenaro,

You certainly can reboot an FI from the CLI.

From the UCSM CLI:

connect local-management

reboot

Also, when making changes to UCSM from the CLI you may noticed that your prompt will add an astericks "*" to the end.  This means you have commands awaiting to be committed to the system.  If you wish to "save" / "commit" your changes you just enter:

commit-buffer

or

discard-buffer

Ex.

UCS-A# scope service-profile server 2/2

UCS-A /org/service-profile # scope boot-definition
UCS-A /org/service-profile # create boot-definition
UCS-A /org/service-profile/boot-definition* # commit-buffer

Regards,

Robert

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Robert Burns Sun, 08/01/2010 - 17:10

Tenaro,

You certainly can reboot an FI from the CLI.

From the UCSM CLI:

connect local-management

reboot

Also, when making changes to UCSM from the CLI you may noticed that your prompt will add an astericks "*" to the end.  This means you have commands awaiting to be committed to the system.  If you wish to "save" / "commit" your changes you just enter:

commit-buffer

or

discard-buffer

Ex.

UCS-A# scope service-profile server 2/2

UCS-A /org/service-profile # scope boot-definition
UCS-A /org/service-profile # create boot-definition
UCS-A /org/service-profile/boot-definition* # commit-buffer

Regards,

Robert

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