cosse
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Is it possible to re-start datamovers when all datamovers are halted?

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I have a new NS-480 which was purchased to be used as Clariion storage. We halted all of the data movers since they were not in use. Is there anyway to boot them back up from the control station without physically resetting them?
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Re: Is it possible to re-start datamovers when all datamovers are halted?

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Use the commands located under the /nasmcd directory when /nas is unmounted.

So try this one:

/nasmcd/sbin/t2reset reboot all
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dynamox
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Re: Is it possible to re-start datamovers when all datamovers are halted?

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never tried it ..but how about "server_cpu server_2 -reboot -cold"
cosse
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Re: Is it possible to re-start datamovers when all datamovers are halted?

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The problem that I am having is that the server_* commands don't seem to work because the /nas filesystem is not mounted. I guess I will be heading to the datacenter to reset these ;-)
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Re: Is it possible to re-start datamovers when all datamovers are halted?

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Use the commands located under the /nasmcd directory when /nas is unmounted.

So try this one:

/nasmcd/sbin/t2reset reboot all
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cosse
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Re: Is it possible to re-start datamovers when all datamovers are halted?

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Yep.. that works. Cool!
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