Steven DiStefano Wed, 09/01/2010 - 07:50
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here is what I do...

Save the running configuration using CCA or CLI 'write memory' so the running config gets written to the startup-config used next time its plugged in.

Unplug the LAN ports and expansion port cables to make sure there is nothing reading or writing to Flash memory.

Unplug it.

M.Zaatreh Wed, 09/01/2010 - 08:00
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Thank you Steven,

Sorry if the question is not clear, I mean how to correctly shutdown the UC520 to prevent CUE damage.

Thanks in advance.



Steven DiStefano Wed, 09/01/2010 - 08:02
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Removing the power is the shutdown.  There are no spinning disks.

M.Zaatreh Wed, 09/01/2010 - 08:38
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OK, thank you Steven for your fast respone.

And It's clear now.

Best Regards.


Steven Holl Thu, 09/02/2010 - 07:30
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I would shut the CUE module down before pulling the plug.  You don't want to pull the plug on a *nix environment, regardless of if there

is a spinning disk or not.  CUE could be writing to the database at the time you pull the plug, and you may corrupt something there.

!Saves config

CME# se i0/0 sess

CUE# wr

Ctrl + Shift + 6 then hit 'x' to drop back to the router prompt after this.

CME# se i0/0 shutdown

(Hit Enter twice if you want to watch the module's shutdown messages.)


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