difference between restart process and restart core process

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difference between restart process and restart core process

1> debug software restart process
authd authentication process
configd configd process
logd logd process
management-server Management server process
mdb Mongo DB
ntp Restart and re-synchronize NTP service
reportd reportd process
snmpd snmp process
user-id User-ID process
vld-0-0 VLD process for LD1
vld-1-0 VLD process for LD2
vld-10-0 VLD process for LD11
vld-11-0 VLD process for LD12
vld-2-0 VLD process for LD3
vld-3-0 VLD process for LD4
vld-4-0 VLD process for LD5
vld-5-0 VLD process for LD6
vld-6-0 VLD process for LD7
vld-7-0 VLD process for LD8
vld-8-0 VLD process for LD9
vld-9-0 VLD process for LD10
vldmgr Web server process

 

 

debug software restart core yes process
authd authentication process
configd configd process
logd logd process
management-server Management server process
mdb Mongo DB
ntp Restart and re-synchronize NTP service
reportd reportd process
snmpd snmp process
user-id User-ID process
vld-0-0 VLD process for LD1
vld-1-0 VLD process for LD2
vld-10-0 VLD process for LD11
vld-11-0 VLD process for LD12
vld-2-0 VLD process for LD3
vld-3-0 VLD process for LD4
vld-4-0 VLD process for LD5
vld-5-0 VLD process for LD6
vld-6-0 VLD process for LD7
vld-7-0 VLD process for LD8
vld-8-0 VLD process for LD9
vld-9-0 VLD process for LD10
vldmgr Web server process

 

 

Need to understand difference between above two commands?

 

Regards

Mike

 

MP

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Hi @MP18,

 

restart core process will actually create a corefile in the process. 

This file can then be used for analysis.

 

You can check your corefiles with the command "show system files"

 

Hope this helps !

-Kiwi

 

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Hi @MP18,

 

restart core process will actually create a corefile in the process. 

This file can then be used for analysis.

 

You can check your corefiles with the command "show system files"

 

Hope this helps !

-Kiwi

 

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Many thanks it helps!

MP
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