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Decommission asw-b-eqiad
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asw-b-eqiad is no more part of the prod infra and has been removed from monitoring.

Not sure if all the DCops steps are here but the gist is:

  • Deactivate from puppet puppetmaster1001:~$ sudo puppet node deactivate <fqdn>
  • Wipe asw-b-eqiad [Chris]
  • Remove mgmt DNS (merge [Arzhel]
  • Remove mgmt links (and console if any) [Chris]
  • Unrack asw-b-eqiad [Chris]
  • Update Netbox [Chris]

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ayounsi triaged this task as Medium priority.Nov 5 2018, 8:56 PM
ayounsi created this task.

Mentioned in SAL (#wikimedia-operations) [2018-11-06T13:10:14Z] <XioNoX> zeroize asw-b-eqiad (decom) - T208788

ayounsi updated the task description. (Show Details)

It looks like those switches are too old for the request system zeroize (Command introduced in Junos OS Release 11.2 for EX Series switches.)

The command exists but doesn't seem to do anything other than rebooting the stack.

@Cmjohnson, could you try the front LCD panel method from the following?

As a precautionary step, I set the root password to a dummy non prod one, removed the SNMP community, ensured no other passwords were on the device and did a file delete purge of all the previous configurations, on both master and backup nodes.

Jclark-ctr updated the task description. (Show Details)

Preformed factory reset and removed from racks all asw switches in row B