ICT Documentation Standard Operating Procedures Powerdown Sequence

Powerdown Sequence

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    Overview of shutting down and starting up our whole school gracefully. |   POWER-ON PROCEDURE

     

    Shutdown

    Generic method to shutdown a Linux server:

    Through SSH or console, log on as user "sysad", enter "sudo poweroff". Press enter then watch it shut down.

    Building C - High School

    Server How to shut it down
    SRVR-VMWare-BC
    VM Guests:
    • SRVR-Media
    SRVR-Media: no VMWare Guest tools, so just like any Linux server through SSH or VMWare console. Or "Suspend" through VMWare vSphere Client.
    To log on to the SRVR-VMWare-BH interface, use:
    - IP addres: 172.20.1.150, user: root, password: same as the main physical VMWare servers.
    Camera server Log on to server and shut down.
    Backup server (srvr-ubackup) Log on to server and shut down.
    SRVR-DC-2 Log on to server and shut down.

    Building A - Middle School

    1. VMWare infrastructure

    Server How to shut it down
    Ubuntu servers:
    SRVR-U<.. name ..>

    All these servers have the VMWare Guest tools installed and running.

    Log on to the VMWare vSphere client, and select the option "Shut Down Guest" (Ctrl-D shortcut).

    Windows servers... Log on to each server and shutdown
    SRVR-VC6 172.20.11.5 Shut this one down last! Take note that one of the Physical server contain the VCenter (check the host before shutting down them down since the host may change)

    2. Physical servers

    Server How to shut it down
    Vyatta 192.168.33.2 Log on through console or SSH.
    User: vyatta
    Use the command "poweroff", type "Yes", press Enter.
    Meraki http://192.168.33.1 Unplug the power
    SRVR-UBlog Log on to server and issue "poweroff"
       
    VMWare Servers 172.20.1.21-24 Turn them off after ALL virtual guests are off.  The host that has vcenter residing on it will be powered off last!

    Dell SAN Equallogic

    http://172.20.1.200/

    Warning! Only turn the SAN off after ALL VMWare physical servers are shutdown.

    The application has an expired certificate, therefore require that you add the URL to the Java Exception Site List

    Launch the Web Group Administrator GUI

    NOTE: The shutdown command does not power off the array.  To power off the array, you must turn off both power supplies after the array shutdown command completes

    SRVR-Deploy Log on to server and shut down.
    SRVR-File Log on to server and shut down.
    Zabbix server Log on to server and shut down
    Apple Air servers Log on to server and shut down via SSH or power button

    3. Switches

       
    Main Switch Power Off
    Routers Power Off
    Plugs Remove from sockets

    Ground floor server room

    Server How to shut it down
    SRVR-backup2

    Log on and shutdown

    Asterisk Log on through console or SSH.
    User: root
    Use the command "poweroff", type "Yes", press Enter.
    Navisphere SAN

    Login to Web Dashboard with normal administrator password -> Services -> Shutdown

     


    Power On / Start Up

    Building C - High SchoolEdit section

    Server How to shut it down
    SRVR-VMWare-BC
    VM Guests:
    • SRVR-Media

    To log on to the SRVR-VMWare-BH interface, use:
    - IP addres: 172.20.1.150, user: root, password: same as the main physical VMWare servers.

    SRVR-Media: Power on

    Camera server Power on
    Backup server (srvr-ubackup) Power on
     

    Building A - Middle School

    1. Switches

       
    Plugs Replace in sockets
    Main Switch Power On.  Note that you turn on the Master switch first then follow the two slaves located above it after waiting for a minute or two.
    Routers Power On

    2. Physical servers

    Server Power On

    Dell SAN Equallogic

    http://172.20.1.200/

    Turn on both power supplies, the array will then power up, and be available in 30-60 seconds
    Once all arrays are up, and available, reconnect the host servers to the iSCSI targets (if needed)

    ESXi Switch Power cycle the switch responsible to connect the ESXi to the SAN. [Note: the second switch seems to be working; however, the top switch will not allow the ESXi to connect to the SAN] --still working on a solution.
    Physical VM Servers Turn on (Check during startup to ensure they connect to SAN). Take note that the one host server containing the VCenter. Connect to it via vSphere Client from WIndows host, startup SRVR-VCenter. This may take up to 15 minutes.
    Meraki 192.168.33.1 Turn it on. All services start automatically. Username: admin. Pass: <password maintained>

    Vyatta 192.168.33.2

    Turn it on

    Zabbix 192.168.5.200

    Turn it on
    SRVR-File Turn it on
    SRVR-UBlog Turn it on
    SRVR-Deploy Turn it on

     

    3. VMWare infrastructure

    Server Power on
    Domain Controllers Power on
    Ubuntu servers:
    SRVR-U<.. name ..>

    All these servers work correctly simply by turning them on. No need to log in or do anything else.

    Windows servers... Power On each server.
    SRVR-ORACLE - PowerSchool Database

    Turn it on before SRVR-PS.

    SRVR-PS - PowerSchool After SRVR-ORACLE is fully running, turn it on

    Ground floor server room

    Server How to shut it down
    Navisphere SAN

    Turn on, little button on the back, wait for 5 minutes

    Asterisk Power on
    SRVR-Ubackup2 

    Power on

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