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6.3 Rebooting the System

6.3 Rebooting the System
This section describes how to reboot the system.
Use the rebootxscf command of the XSCF firmware to reboot the XSCF.
Execute the command with a user account that has the platadm or fieldeng privilege.
After the following XSCF items are configured, an XSCF reboot enables the settings:
- Applying the configured XSCF network to the XSCF (applynetwork)

- System altitude (setaltitude)

- NTP-related settings (setntp)
XSCF> rebootxscf -a | -b bb_id | -s
To reboot all the XSCFs in the system, specify -a. To reboot the XSCF of the specified SPARC M12-2S/M10-4S, specify -b bb_id. Only the master XSCF can execute the -a and -b options. To reboot the current working XSCF, specify -s.
Rebooting the XSCF disconnects the SSH, Telnet, and other connections to the XSCF. Establish the connections again.
Note - If an XSCF reboot by the setdate command of the XSCF firmware has been canceled, even an XSCF reboot by the rebootxscf command does not apply the settings. The setdate command must be executed again.
Operation Procedure
  1. Execute the rebootxscf command to reboot the XSCF. Enter "y" for the confirmation message.
    The following example reboots all the XSCFs.
XSCF> rebootxscf -a
The XSCF will be reset. Continue? [y|n] : y