Reboot the server via “hard” reboot.
The “‘rebootHard”’ method reboots the server by issuing a cycle command to the server’s remote management card. A hard reboot is equivalent to pressing the “Reset” button on a server - it is issued immediately and will not allow processes to shut down prior to the reboot. Completing a hard reboot may initiate system disk checks upon server reboot, causing the boot up to take longer than normally expected.
Remote management commands are unable to be executed if a reboot has been issued successfully within the last 20 minutes to avoid server failure. Remote management commands include:
rebootSoft rebootHard powerOn powerOff powerCycle