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[Junos Fusion] Procedure for shutting down Satellite Device

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Article ID: KB33632 KB Last Updated: 27 Dec 2018Version: 1.0
Summary:
The Junos Fusion topology is composed of an Aggregation Device (AD) and multiple Satellite Devices (SD). This article explains how to shut down Junos Fusion Satellite devices. This is needed in order to shut down the SD safely in order to unplug the power cable to replace the device.

Note: If you want to remove the setting of the satellite software (SNOS), refer to Removing a Satellite Device from a Junos Fusion.

Solution:

From the Aggregation Device (AD) CLI, you can execute shutdown using either of the options below.

After performing option 1 or 2, you can turn off the switch device and unplug the cable.

Note:  If you do not include the "-h" option with the shutdown command, the SD box will remain in the power-on state.
 

Option 1

Run request CLI command on AD to execute shell command on SD.

user@AD> request chassis satellite shell-command "shutdown -h now" fpc-slot <slot-number>
or
user@AD> request chassis satellite shell-command "halt -p" fpc-slot <slot-number>
or
user@AD> request chassis satellite shell-command "poweroff" fpc-slot <slot-number>


Sample Output:
AD operation window:

user@AD > request chassis satellite shell-command "shutdown -h now" fpc-slot 101
Command send to FPC. Waiting for response.
215 Data follows, terminated by "."
Slot-ID: 101

SD console log:

root@sd101:~#
Broadcast mestopping rsyslogd ... done

Stopping OpenBSD Secure Shell server: sshdstopped /usr/sbin/sshd (pid 2483)
.
Stopping atd: OK
Stopping domain name service: named.
Unmounting cgroups...Done
Stopping system message bus: dbus.
stopping DNS forwarder and DHCP server: dnsmasq... stopped /usr/bin/dnsmasq (pid 2728)

done.
Shutting down irqbalance: no irqbalance found; none killed
done
stopping mountd: done
stopping nfsd: done
Stopping random number generator daemon.
stopping rsyslogd ... done
Stopping internet superserver: xinetd.
stopping statd: done

Waiting for sanlock to stop: Success

Stopping portmap daemon...
Stopping crond: OK
Stopping rpcbind daemon...
done.
Stopping S.M.A.R.T. daemon: smartd.
Stopping network management services: snmpdsnmpd[2703]: Received TERM or STOP signal... shutting down...

 snmptrapdstopped libvirtMib_subagent (pid 2711)
 libvirtMib_subagent.
 * Stopping virtualization library daemon: libvirtd [ ok ]
Deconfiguring network interfaces... done.
Stopping tcsd: OK
Sending all processes the TERM signal...
Sending all processes the KILL signal...
Unmounting remote filesystems...

Deactivating swap...
Unmounting local filesystems...
RE-FPGA-DRV: reboot notifier called with 0x0003
reboot: Power down

 

Option 2

Execute shutdown -h (or halt -p, poweroff) command from Linux base OS running on SD.

Sample Output:

user@AD> request chassis satellite login fpc-slot 101
sd101:~$ sudo /sbin/shutdown -h now; exit <-- without "; exit" in one line, the prompt may get stuck until timeout.


Broadcast message from root@sd101 (pts/0) (Thu Dec 20 06:14:10 2018):
The system is going down for system halt NOW!
logout
Connection to 172.16.0.101 closed.
Invalid argument
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