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local chassis information    
viewing
overview
power status of local controller    
viewing    12
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remote controller
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SRC CLI    
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Powering the Local Controller On and Off Using IPMI (SRC CLI)

You can power on or off, and reset the C Series Controller you are currently logged in to.

To execute a power command in the local controller using IPMI:

  1. Log in to the C Series Controller.
  2. Enter the request ipmi power command.

    Note: The request ipmi power command is not supported, if the SRC software is deployed as a virtual machine.

    user@host>request ipmi power (on | off | soft-off | reset| cycle)
    • on—Power on a C Series Controller.
    • off—Power off a C Series Controller. This command does not initiate a clean shutdown of the operating system before powering off the system.
    • soft-off—Power off a C Series Controller softly. This command initiates a soft shutdown of the operating system before powering off the system.
    • reset—Perform a hard reset on a C Series Controller.
    • cycle—Power off and then power on a C Series Controller.

    For example:

    user@host>request ipmi power off

Related Documentation

Modified: 2016-05-27