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    Configuring Auto-Warm-Boot

    Use this procedure to configure auto-warm-boot. It is recommended that you leave this setting at its default value.

    When auto-warm-boot is enabled, the active CMM automatically warm reloads a service module and/or a standby CMM up to 3 times if the service module and/or standby CMM is unresponsive.

    Warm reloading modules does not affect traffic.

    1. Enter configuration mode for the system parameters.
      bti7800# config
      bti7800(config)# system 
      bti7800(config-system)# 
    2. Specify whether auto-warm-boot is enabled or disabled.
      1. To enable auto-warm-boot for all modules (service modules and standby CMM):
        bti7800(config-system)# no auto-warm-boot disabled
      2. To disable auto-warm-boot for all modules (service modules and standby CMM):
        bti7800(config-system)# auto-warm-boot disabled ALL
      3. To disable auto-warm-boot for service modules:
        bti7800(config-system)# auto-warm-boot disabled PLD
      4. To disable auto-warm-boot for CMMs:
        bti7800(config-system)# auto-warm-boot disabled CMM
      5. Use a combination of commands to achieve other outcomes.

        For example, to enable auto-warm-boot for service modules only:

        bti7800(config-system)# no auto-warm-boot disabled
        bti7800(config-system)# auto-warm-boot disabled CMM 
    3. Commit your changes.
      bti7800(config-system)# commit
      Commit complete. 

    Modified: 2017-10-24