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

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Aug 1st, 2010
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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

Correct Answer by Robert Burns about 6 years 11 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
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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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