Reboots the system.
- at time
- The time at which the system is scheduled to reboot. Set the date, time, or both directly using one of the following formats:
- “hh:mm MMDDYY”
Note that the hour field (hh) uses the 24-hour clock (for example, 3:00 PM is represented as 15 in the hour field).
- Cancels a previously scheduled reboot.
- Reboots the system without asking for confirmation.
Use this command to reboot the system.
Before the system reboots, a message is broadcast to all logged-in users warning them of the reboot.
Only users with administrative (admin)-level permission can run this command.
The following example shows how to reboot the system.
vyatta@R1:~$ reboot Proceed with reboot? (Yes/No) [No] y Broadcast message from root@R1 (tty1) (Mon Jan 21 17:52:37 2008): The system is going down for reboot NOW!
The following example shows how to reboot the system at the current time on the specific date of December 11, 2009.
vyatta@R1:~$ reboot at 121109 Reload scheduled for at Saturday Dec 12 20:18:00 2009 Proceed with reboot schedule? [confirm] y Reload scheduled for at Saturday Dec 12 20:18:00 2009
The following example shows how to cancel a scheduled reboot.
vyatta@R1:~$ reboot cancel Reboot canceled vyatta@R1:~$