MSA60 / MSA 500 G2 command line

Can somebody help me out with shutdown/start commands for MSA 60 and MSA 500 G2 storage equipments ?
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andyalderCommented:
Hmm, can't find CLI user guide on HP web, think the MSA1000 one will do - http://bizsupport2.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c01183955/c01183955.pdf .

Disable this_controller or disable other_controller will shutdown one controller, AFAIK there's no command to shut the whole thing though, you just stop all host I/O from the servers and wait until the cache contents unflushed LED goes out. Sorry, forget which LED it is, again you'll probably need the older MSA1000 manual, pretty sure LED positions are the same.

MSA60 is dumb shelf, you don't shut that down but shut the server which has the RAID controller in down.
 
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Thanks.
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