|C H A P T E R 7|
Making the Standby System Controller Take Over as Active
This chapter contains the following sections:
This chapter tells you how to make the standby System Controller take over from the active one if the active one.
Note - To perform the procedure, you must have r-level permissions for the System Controller. For information about user privileges, see Chapter 3.5.
There might be occasions when you want to force the standby System Controller to take over from the active System Controller even though there has been no failure of the active System Controller. You would need to do this, for example, in order to upgrade the System Controller firmware. (You cannot upgrade firmware on a standby System Controller.)
To make the standby System Controller take over from the active System Controller, at the sc> prompt, type:
To check which System Controller is active, type:
where the : characters indicate omitted information.