28.2 Restarting Nodes Manually

Applicable only if you have installed Identity Intelligence manually.

To restart the node manually, perform the following:

  1. (Conditional) If the node contains CDF, perform the following:

    1. Log in to the node you need to restart as root.

    2. Change to directory:

      cd <K8S_HOME>/bin/

      For example:

      /opt/arcsight/kubernetes/bin

    3. Stop the kubernetes services by using the command:

      kube-stop.sh

    4. Unmount Kubernetes volumes by using the command:

      kubelet-umount-action.sh

  2. (Conditional) If the node contains database, perform the following:

    1. Log in to the node as a database administrator.

    2. Stop database services by using the command:

      /opt/vertica/bin/admintools -t stop_db -p <database_password> -d investigate --force

  3. Restart the node using the command:

    reboot

  4. (Conditional) If restart fails, perform a hard reboot of the node.

  5. (Conditional) After the node restarts, perform the following if the node contains database:

    1. Log in to the node as a database administrator.

    2. Start database services by using the command:

      /opt/vertica/bin/admintools -t start_db -p <database_password> -d investigate --force

  6. (Conditional) After the node restarts, perform the following if the node contains CDF:

    1. Log in to the node as root.

    2. Change to directory:

      cd <K8S_HOME>/bin/

      For example:

      /opt/arcsight/kubernetes/bin

    3. Check whether all Kubernetes services are running:

      kube-status.sh

    4. (Conditional) If any of the service is not running, start the service by using the command:

      kube-start.sh