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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display reset-reason

display reset-reason

Function

The display reset-reason command displays device reset reasons.

Format

display reset-reason

Parameters

None

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

If the device resets unexpectedly, you can run this command to view the device reset reason to locate the fault.

Example

# Display device reset reasons.

<Huawei> display reset-reason
The MPU frame[0] board[0]'s reset total 1, detailed information:                
--  1. 2014-09-01   00:00:06, Reset No.: 1                                           
       Reason: Reset for  power off                                             
   
Table 2-36  Description of the display reset-reason command output

Item

Description

frame

Frame ID of a board.

board

Slot ID of a board.

reset total

Number of times a board was reset.

detailed information

Detailed information about board resetting.

2014-09-01 00:00:06 Reset time point.
NOTE:

When the reset reason is displayed as Reset for power off and Reset for others, the displayed time is the system startup time rather than the reset time point.

Reset No.

Number of a reset.

Reason

Reason for a reset. For details, see Table 2-37.

MPU

Main Processing Unit.

Table 2-37  Device reset reasons

Reason

Description

Reset for power off

The device is powered off.

Reset for kernel panic

A kernel panic occurs.

Reset for switch zone after update version

An active/standby zone switchover occurs after an AP upgrade.

Reset for update version success

The AP automatic upgrade is successful.

Reset for update version failed

The AP automatic upgrade fails.

Reset for exception

A VOS exception occurs.

Reset for exception (redis-server exit)

The redis-server process stops unexpectedly.

NOTE:
Only cloud APs support this parameter.

Reset for exception (confd exit)

The confd process stops unexpectedly.

NOTE:
Only cloud APs support this parameter.

Reset for exception (callhome exit)

The callhome process stops unexpectedly.

NOTE:
Only cloud APs support this parameter.

Reset for mfpi detect fwd abnormal

The MSC module detects a PKO module exception.

Reset for watchdog

The watchdog resets.

Reset for cpld

Data is written into the CPLD register.

Reset for reset-key

The default key is pressed.

Reset for canbus

The CANBUS resets.

Reset for ap disturbed

APs are too close to each other, causing interference.

Reset for the radio type is different from that specified by the configuration file

The radio type is different from that in the configuration file.

Reset for the radio type is changed

The radio type is changed.

Reset for firmware abnormal

An exception occurs on the Wi-Fi chip firmware.

Reset for tx dma stop

The Tx DMA process stops.

Reset for MFPI detect MSC module abnormal

The MFPI module detects an MSC module exception.

Reset for MFPI detect MSU module abnormal

The MFPI module detects an MSU module exception.

Reset for MFPI detect KAP module abnormal

The MFPI module detects a KAP module exception.

Reset for MFPI detect CAP pbuf use out

Resources in the forwarding pbuf pool are exhausted.

Reset for disable defence engine

The security engine is disabled.

Reset for configuration synchronization command

The configuration synchronization command is executed.

In configuration synchronization scenarios, when public configurations on the master and master backup ACs are different, you can synchronize the configurations manually. Restart the ACs as prompted.

Reset for auto configuration synchronization

The configuration synchronization command is executed.

In configuration synchronization scenarios, when public configurations on the master and master backup ACs are different, the configurations can be synchronized automatically. Restart the ACs as prompted.

Reset for a country code change

The country code is changed.

Reset for an AP MAC or SN change

The AP authentication mode is changed.

Reset for an AP upgrade

The AP online upgrade is complete.

Reset for the undo ap command

The AP is deleted using the undo ap command.

Reset for license expiration

The license expires.

Reset for the AP added to the blacklist

The AP is added to the blacklist.

Reset for the CAPWAP link and AP status mismatch

The CAPWAP link and AP status are inconsistent.

Reset for a DTLS configuration change

The DTLS configuration changes.

Reset for a CAPWAP link fault

The CAPWAP link status is abnormal.

Reset for restoration to factory defaults (by command)

The factory settings are restored using commands.

Reset for restoration to factory defaults (by button)

The factory settings are restored by pressing the reset button.

Reset for a dual-link backup switch change

An active/standby link switchover occurs.

Reset for the ap-rename command

The AP name is changed using the ap-rename command.

Reset for the ap-regroup command

The AP group to which the AP belongs is changed using the ap-regroup command.

Reset for an AP conflict state change

The AP conflict state is changed.

Reset for an AP management VLAN change

The AP's management VLAN is changed.

Reset for commands in the provision-ap view

Commands configured in the AP provisioning view are delivered.

Reset for a country code mismatch

The country code does not match.

Reset for an AC wideband status change

The AC bandwidth status is changed.

Reset for a central AP type change

The central AP type is changed.

Reset for AP deleted by controller

The AP is deleted from the Agile Controller.

Reset for abnormal network port self-healing

The faulty network port is self-healing.

Reset for the radio type mismatch between the AP and AC

The radio types do not match on the AP and AC.

Reset for batch delete

APs are deleted in a batch in HSB scenarios.

Reset for the DTLS configuration change of the data link

The DTLS configuration of the data link is changed.

Reset for the AC IP address list change

The IP address list is changed on the AC.

Reset for the address mode change

The address mode is changed.

Reset for the IP address change

The IP address is changed.

Reset for the forcible AP disconnection in specific scenarios

The AP is forcibly disconnected in specific scenarios.

Reset for AP self-healing (The AP is not online on the AC for consecutive 24 hours)

The AP does not go online on the AC for consecutive 24 hours.

Reset for the version rollback because the AP does not go online 30 minutes after the online upgrade

The AP does not go online after the online upgrade.

Reset for the online configuration switching

The AP's online startup configuration is switched.

When the AP fails to go online due to incorrect configurations of the management VLAN, working mode of the wired interface, and IP address allocation mode, the device periodically checks the configurations. If the configurations are inconsistent with the last time, the online configurations are switched to the configurations used when the AP starts last time, and the AP restarts. If the AP still fails to go online, the online configurations are switched to the default configurations, and the AP restarts.

Reset for a channel set switching

The channel set used by the AP is switched.

Reset due to different Ethernet interface configurations on the AP and AC

When the Ethernet port configuration of an AP is different from that on the AC after going online, the AP uses the configuration on the AC and restarts.

Reset for slow task switching

Task switchover is slow.

Reset for a smart upgrade

A smart upgrade of the AP succeeds.

Reset by user command

A user command is executed.

Reset for board workmode switch succeed

The card working mode is successfully switched.

Reset for the proxy scanning mode switching

The proxy scanning mode of the radio is switched.

Reset for others

The device restarts due to other reasons.

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