How to shut down an Authentication Manager 8.x appliance or web tier, so that it can be powered off to be moved or perform maintenance.
- Access Linux as rsaadmin on AM appliance, or access Operating System on Web Tier.
- Stop Services.
- Shut down.
On AM appliances shutdown is an alias that runs.
/sbin/shutdown -h now
Which halts or powers down right now. If for any reason shutdown gives an error, e.g. unknown command try /sbin/shutdown -h now.
SSH to Linux as rsaadminFor reference: https://community.rsa.com/t5/rsa-securid-access-knowledge/how-to-ssh-to-an-rsa-authentication-manager-server/ta-p/2487
Stop AM services.
./rsaserv stop allFor reference: https://community.rsa.com/t5/rsa-securid-access-knowledge/how-to-stop-start-and-restart-rsa-authentication-manager-8-x/ta-p/5136
After all AM services are stopped, you need to sudo su to root to shut down the Hardware or VM.
sudo su -
Prompt: Same password as rsaadmin
# shutdownImage description
The unit can be powered off if it is not already powered off.
Stop Web Tier proper server - Linux
Use same shutdown command as for AM appliance in Web Tier on Linux above in Resolution.
Stop Web Tier server - Windows.
Use Windows Services, scroll down to RSA Web Tier and use the 'Stop' command.Image description
Use Windows Shutdown command.Image description
- To shut down the appliance after a 30-second delay, run:
/sbin/shutdown -h -t 30
- To reboot the appliance immediately, run:
/sbin/shutdown -r now