Not at all. If all the switches are connected to the same power source, they might reboot together.. but one switch going down on a stack will not ramper the stack's performance.... the master/slave relation is recalculated and assigned to the current switch which is up. you can read on the "stacking technology" on the CCO to know more about this...
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If the master goes out, it does not restrat anything... If it does, there is no use of a technology like stacking.... just go to the child switches and see a "show version" and see the reason for a reboot... if it says the systems restarted by power-on, i guess all these switches are in the same power supply and it is manually rebooted.. take a note of this..
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