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Reboot command on a halted system

 
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John Goetz
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Reboot command on a halted system

How would I reboot a V Class server that was shutdown via shutdown -h command from the SPP console (V Class test station)?
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Tom Danzig
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Re: Reboot command on a halted system

Use the reset command (RS) from OBP.
Jeff Schussele
Honored Contributor

Re: Reboot command on a halted system

Or power it off & wait a minute or two & power it up. But the RS command is the easiest....

Jeff
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Michael Tully
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Re: Reboot command on a halted system

If the power is still on and connected, just control-B and RS like every other system.
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DIPAK KUMAR ROY
Frequent Advisor

Re: Reboot command on a halted system

Login to V class test station as "sppuser" and issue "do_reset" command.

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T. M. Louah
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Reboot command on a halted system

Moreover, to determine the boot path of root disks get to the SPPCONSOLE before booting up the OS.

By entering the PAth command at the Command prompt the list will display the bootpath, alternate path, console and keyboard.

Used alone, the path command displays all of the above mentioned paths.
$ Command: pa

Primary boot path = 5/2/0.6.0
Alernate boot path = 15/3
Keyboard path = 15/1 (can only be viewed and not modified)
Console path = 15/1

Good luck,
T+
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Alexander M. Ermes
Honored Contributor

Re: Reboot command on a halted system

Hi there.
You could also press the little TOC button
with a pen.
Mostly used version is to login on test station as sppuser and do a 'do_reset'.
That should kick your v-class back to live again.
Rgds
Alexander M. Ermes
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