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Rebooting the vRealize Operations Manager 6.x cluster nodes (2149761)

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This article provide steps to safely reboot one or more vRealize Operations Manager 6.x cluster nodes.


Caution:  Taking vRealize Operations Manager nodes offline one by one can have negative effects on the cluster if not done in the correct order.  Therefore, VMware recommends to take the entire cluster offline simultaneously.

To restart one or more vRealize Operations Manager 6.x cluster node:

  1. Log in to vRealize Operations Manager admin UI ( https://IP_or_FQDN/admin)  as the local admin user.

    Note: Replace IP_or_FQDN  with actual IP or FQDN of  vRealize Operations Manager UI.

  2. Click Take Offline under Cluster Status.

    Note: Wait for Cluster Status to show as Offline.

  3. Log in to vSphere Webclient.
  4. Navigate to the node you want to restart in vSphere Webclient.
  5. Right-Click on the node and select Power > Restart Guest.

    Note: Repeat steps 4 and 5 on any other nodes you want to restart.

  6. After the nodes have rebooted, log in to the vRealize Operations Manager admin UI as the local admin user.
  7. Click Bring Online under Cluster Status.

    Note:  Wait for the Cluster Status to show as Online.

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