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    Restoring a CMM to a Known Configuration from the Commissioning Shell

    Use this procedure to restore a CMM to a factory-default configuration or to a previously backed-up configuration from the commissioning shell.

    This procedure should only be used if the CMM is uncommissioned for the system in which it is inserted, such as when you are installing a new CMM into a system that does not have an active CMM. Otherwise, you should perform this task from the CLI instead. See Restoring a CMM to a Known Configuration from the CLI.

    Note: The commands in the commissioning shell should only be used on an uncommissioned CMM. A CMM is uncommissioned if it is uncommissioned for the system in which it is inserted. Do not use the commissioning shell commands as a substitute for regular CLI commands.

    Note: This procedure removes all existing provisioning and existing commissioning settings.

    Note: You can only restore the CMM to a previously backed-up configuration if that configuration was backed up from this same chassis.

    1. Log in to the CMM locally over the craft serial or craft Ethernet port.

      For information on how to do this, see Logging in to the CMM Craft Ethernet or Craft Serial Ports.

    2. Enter setup mode.
      localhost console 
      localhost login: admin 
      Password:  
      
      Shell Help: 
      List of the commands you can use: 
      setup  - Commission the CMM cli    - Open CLI interface to the system 
      reboot - Reboot the CMM 
      exit   - Logout  
      
      scm1:~$ setup  
      
      Welcome to the BTI 7800 Series - CMM Commissioning Application! 
      Note: This process commissions one CMM at a time. 
      Type 'help' or '?' for the list of the commands. Press '<Ctrl> + C' at any time to exit. 
      (cmm-setup)$
    3. Restore the CMM.
      1. To restore the CMM from the factory-default configuration:
        (cmm-setup)$ factorydefaults
         Do you want to set factory default setting? (yes/no) : yes  
        Please reboot CMM for changes to take effect.  
        (cmm-setup)$ reboot 

        Note: If you are setting the CMM to factory defaults as part of configuring a multichassis system, you can skip the reboot step because you will be unseating the CMM.

      2. To restore the CMM from a previously backed-up configuration stored at a remote location:

        For example:

        (cmm-setup)$ restoreremotedb
        Do you want to restore a remote database to this system? (yes/no) : yes  
        Enter the URL for the remote database you wish to restore: sftp://user@10.1.1.1/10.75.0.5_BTI7800v2.1.0_23151_20160309_205021.tar.gz 
        Value for 'password' (<string>): 
        The system is going to reboot.... 

        This command finishes by performing an automatic warm restart of the CMM and all modules.

        Note: You can only restore the CMM to a previously backed-up configuration if that configuration was backed up from this same chassis.

      3. To restore the CMM from a previously backed-up configuration stored in local chassis storage:
        (cmm-setup)$ restorelocaldb
        Setting up for local restore... 
        Primary Backup Status: 
        Time: '2016-03-22 10:35:53' 
        Ver: '2.1.0-23464' 
        Chassis ID: '1' 
        Management Address: '10.1.203.13/10' 
        NTP: '172.25.0.61' 
        DNS: '172.25.0.61' 
        MD5: '5354691dde242a12863bbbd8b8cd43b5' 
        Size: 303602 
        Status: 'valid' 
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        Secondary Backup Status: 
        Time: '2016-03-22 10:35:53' 
        Ver: '2.1.0-23464' 
        Chassis ID: '1' 
        Management Address: '10.1.203.13/10' 
        NTP: '172.25.0.61' 
        DNS: '172.25.0.61' 
        MD5: '5354691dde242a12863bbbd8b8cd43b5' 
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        Status: 'valid' 
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        Do you want to restore the database from the local chassis? (yes/no)  
        Warning: This command will perform an automatic warm restart of the system. 
        yes 

        This command might take 15 minutes or more, and finishes by performing an automatic warm restart of the CMM and all modules.

        Note: This option is available only for the BTI7801.

    The CMM reboots into the specified configuration. This might take several minutes. When the CMM finishes rebooting, you will see the login prompt. If you are connected to the craft Ethernet port, you will need to reestablish the SSH session before you can see the login prompt.

    Modified: 2017-04-13