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    The syntax of the command depends on whether you enter it from Boot mode or Privileged Exec mode.

    From Boot mode:


    From Privileged Exec mode:

    halt [ force | primary-srp [ force ] | standby-srp [ force ] ]

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.


    Stops operation on both SRP modules or on the specified SRP module. When the high availability state is active or pending, this command ensures that the router configuration, up to when you issued the halt command, is mirrored to the standby SRP module. There is no no version.

    Caution: To prevent corruption of NVS, issue this command before you remove or power down an SRP module.


    • force—Prompts the user to confirm that the router should stop operation if the SRP modules are in certain states, such as writing configuration data to NVS, that could lead to loss of configuration data or corruption of NVS.

      Caution: When the high availability state is active or pending, issuing the force keyword does not guarantee that the configuration has been mirrored; recent configuration changes may be lost if you issue the force keyword.

    • primary-srp—Stops operation on primary SRP module only
    • standby-srp—Stops operation on standby SRP module only


    Boot, Privileged Exec


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    Published: 2014-08-14