system service-processor reboot-sp

Reboot the Service Processor on a node

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The system service-processor reboot-sp command reboots the Service Processor of the specified node.

Parameters

-node {<nodename>|local} - Node
This parameter specifies the node whose Service Processor is to be rebooted.
[-image {primary|backup}] - Image to Boot with After Reboot
This parameter specifies the image that the Service Processor uses after the reboot. By default, the primary image is used. Avoid booting the SP from the backup image. Booting from the backup image is reserved for troubleshooting and recovery purposes only. It might require that the SP automatic firmware update be disabled, which is not a recommended setting. You should contact technical support before attempting to boot the SP from the backup image.

Examples

The following command reboots the Service Processor of node "node1" into the primary image.
cluster1::> system service-processor reboot-sp -node node1 -image primary

NOTE : If your console connection is through the SP, it will be disconnected.
       Do you want to reboot the SP ? {y|n}: y

cluster1::>
	
The following command reboots the Service Processors of all nodes. Since -image is not specified, the Service Processors will boot into the primary image.
cluster1::> system service-processor reboot-sp -node *

NOTE : If your console connection is through the SP, it will be disconnected.
       Do you want to reboot the SP ? {y|n}: y
2 entries were acted on.

cluster1::>