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system reload

 

Syntax

Release Information

This command was introduced prior to release 2.1.1.

Starting with release 4.2, the system behavior when warm reloading a CMM has changed. See the warm option below.

Description

This command reboots the specified module.

Options

Parameter

Description

Range

Default Value

cold module_id

This performs a cold reload of the specified module.

In a cold reload, the hardware is reset, the software and device drivers are reloaded, and the configuration is re-applied.

This is service affecting if you are reloading a service module. Traffic is stopped and software-based features on the service module (such as PM collection, APSD, APR, FSPD) are disabled while a service module reloads.

Note: You cannot cold reload the sole CMM in a single CMM system.

Note: You cannot cold reload both CMMs concurrently in a dual CMM system. You must wait until the first CMM becomes operationally up before cold reloading the second CMM.

Note: You cannot cold reload both CMMs concurrently in a satellite chassis in a multichassis system. You must wait until the first CMM becomes operationally up before cold reloading the second CMM.

An installed and provisioned module

See equipment chassis module for the correct syntax.

None

warm module_id

This performs a warm reload of the specified module.

In a warm reload, the software is reloaded.

This is not service affecting as transport and optical traffic continue to be passed in a warm reload, but software-based features on the service module (such as PM collection, APSD, APR, FSPD) are disabled while a service module reloads.

Note: If you warm reload the CMM in a single CMM system or both CMMs in a dual CMM system, traffic is not affected but all service modules will undergo an automatic warm reload as follows:

  • In releases lower than 4.2, all service modules are warm reloaded immediately and do not come back up until the CMM becomes active and finishes warm reloading the service modules.

  • Starting with release 4.2, all service modules run normally while the CMM is reloading. When the CMM boots up and becomes active, the CMM warm reloads the service modules.

An installed and provisioned module

See equipment chassis module for the correct syntax.

None

Required Privilege Level

Related Documentation

Sample Output

bti7800# system reload warm ufm:1/3