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proper way to reboot a fas2020

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wondering what is the proper way to reboot a netapp FAS2020 in an active/active configuration with 1 disk shelf?
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You can do "cf disable" to disable the cluster.


Then you can do a "reboot" on each controller.

Ensure that all resources that are using the Netapp are shut off just in case
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