EMC VNXe – Shutdown Procedure


Shutdown via UNISPHERE using the Service Account

VNXe-Shutdown

Please read all notes provided in the ‘More Information..’ section highlighted in the above image before proceeding with shutdown.

Shutdown process as documented in the ‘More Information..’ section:
1. From Unisphere, select Settings > Service System.
2. Enter the Service password to access the Service System page.
3. Under Service Actions, select Shut Down System.
4. Click Execute service action to shut down the storage processors (SPs).
5. In the Service Confirmation dialog box, click OK.
6. Check the status of the shutdown process by looking at the SP LED indicators. The shutdown process is complete when all the Storage Processor Power LEDs are flashing green, the SP Status Fault LED is solid amber, the network management port LEDs are on, and all other Storage Processor LEDs are off.


Shutdown via SSH using the Service Account:

Shutdown command:
svc_shutdown –system-halt

service@(none) spb:~> svc_shutdown --system-halt
###############################################################################
WARNING: This action will shut down the system and you will have to manually
bring it back up afterwards.
###############################################################################
Enter "yes" if want to proceed with this action: yes
Normal Mode
1
1
Peer shutdown now in progress
System shutdown now in progress

3 comments

    1. svc_shutdown has the option to reboot.
      —————————————————–
      Usage: svc_shutdown []
      where are:
      –help | -h Display this message
      –halt Halt the SP
      –reboot | -r Reboot the SP
      –quickboot | -q Quick reboot the SP (skip POST)
      –system-halt [–force] Halt the complete system; the force
      option suppresses confirmation
      reason codes are optional

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