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How to restart processes on an Aruba controller - Apr 2014

 

How to restart processes on an Aruba controller

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Here is a list of commands that we will use and what we can look for:

-          “show processes” – if you used linux then you will love the output. Please check the other parameters of the command in order to see the process that uses more CPU or Memory.

  • PROCESS STATE CODES
    • R  running or runnable (on run queue)
    • D  incorruptible sleep (usually IO)
    • S  interruptible sleep (waiting for an event to complete)
    • Z  defunct/zombie, terminated but not reaped by its parent
    • T  stopped, either by a job control signal or because it is being traced

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-          “show process monitor statistics” – will display a list of current processes running under watchdog.

 

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-          “process restart <process name>” – will restart the process and in order to see if it has re-initialized you would need to use one of the previous commands.

 

I would recommend to have an Aruba support engineer with you on the phone when doing this on production and only if the engineer requests you to do so.

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