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    Disabling the Auto-Recovery Feature


    If you encounter a problem with the auto-recovery feature, you can disable it.


    To disable the auto-recovery feature:

    1. Log into the CLI as admin and enter su - to switch to root.
    2. Stop the IDP engine:

      [root@defaulthost admin]# stop

      Restarting the IDP engine can take several moments.

    3. Open the /usr/idp/device/bin/user_funcs file in a text editor, such as vi.
    4. Locate the following line:
      export autorecovery_state=1
    5. Change the value to 0 to disable the feature.
    6. Save the file and exit the editor.
    7. Restart the IDP engine:

      [root@defaulthost admin]# start

      Starting the IDP engine can take several moments.

    Published: 2011-02-08