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When changing port partition on an X770 switch, does the switch need to be rebooted?

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TitleWhen changing port partition on an X770 switch, does the switch need to be rebooted?
Question
When changing port partition on an X770 switch, does the switch need to be rebooted?
Environment
  • X770
  • EXOS
Answer
A configuration change is not applied until the affected slot is disabled and enabled or the switch is rebooted.  The port will be removed from all VLANs including "default" vlan. The following is prompted when the command is entered:
 
X770-32q.17 # configure ports 1 partition 4x10G
Warning: Configuration will be lost on ports 1
         No configuration changes should be made on these ports until after
         the next reboot.
This command will only take effect after save configuration and reboot.

Are you sure you want to continue? (y/N)


Port partition information can be verified using the following the show port <#> information detail command. Example:
 
X770-32q.18 # show port 1 information detail
Port:   1
        Virtual-router: VR-Default
        Type:           NONE
        PTP Configured:                 Disabled
        Time-Stamping Mode:             None

                ...
        Configured Port Partition:      1x40G
        Current Port Partition:         1x40G



 
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