Reloads operating system configuration on a set of hardware Ids.
Reloads current or customer specified operating system configuration.
This service has a confirmation protocol for proceeding with the reload. To proceed with the reload without confirmation, simply pass in ‘FORCE’ as the token parameter. To proceed with the reload with confirmation, simply call the service with no parameter. A token string will be returned by this service. The token will remain active for 10 minutes. Use this token as the parameter to confirm that a reload is to be performed for the server.
As a precaution, we strongly recommend backing up all data before reloading the operating system. The reload will format the primary disk and will reconfigure the server to the current specifications on record.
The reload will take AT MINIMUM 66 minutes.
|hardwareIds||array of strings||List of hardware ids for operating system reload.|
|token||string||The token returned by this service as a confirmation to proceed with the reload.|
|config||SoftLayer_Container_Hardware_Server_Configuration||The new server configuration for the reload.|
Throws the exception ‘You do not have permission to this service.’ when a user does not have permission to Issue OS Reloads.
Throws the exception ‘There is currently an outstanding transaction for this server.’ when a server has a currently running transaction.
Throws the exception ‘This server status(STATUS) is not valid for this action.’ when the server status is not active.
Throws the exception ‘Invalid token provided.’ when a token that is either expired or invalid is provided.
Throws the exception ‘Couldn’t find BillingItem for this server.’ when there is no billing item that exists for a server.
Throws the exception ‘Unable to cancel current billing item. Please contact support.’ when a billing item for software that is not reing reloaded can not be cancelled.
Throws the exception ‘Partitions provided (PARTITION_SUM GB) exceed primary drive capacity (DRIVE_SIZE GB).’ when the partition configuration provided exceeds the size of the drive.