Cool power off command

Unlike Cisco routers, you power off your Viptela router via the command line.

Why would I not just pull the plug like with Cisco devices?  Excellent question.  It turns out that just pulling the plug “MAY CAUSE DISK CORRUPTION”.  Therefore use the poweroff command.

The shutdown will look like the following:

# poweroff
Are you sure you want to power off the system? [yes,NO] y
Stopping processes and shutting down
vEdge#
Broadcast message from root@vedge (Mon Nov  9 22:28:47 2015):

The system is going down for system halt NOW!
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0
Stopping viptela daemon: sysmgr.
Deconfiguring network interfaces... done.
Sending all processes the TERM signal...
Sending all processes the KILL signal...
Unmounting remote filesystems...
Deactivating swap...
Unmounting local filesystem...
System halted.

Read more about from Viptela documentation Power Off Command

 

 

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