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Audience: Network Admins
Last Updated: 4/30/2014 2:19:52 AM
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Juniper SRX logout sessions

By Erik Rodriguez

Tags: Juniper SRX user logout, JunOS user logff, request system logout

This article provides a method for logging out an idle or disconnected session on the SRX series firewalls. This will also work on the EX line of switches and Juniper routers running JunOS.

Problem

You login to an SRX device to make configuration changes but are greeted with a warning about previously active tty sessions. You will be able to issue commands but the configuration will be locked unless the other session is logged out. See below:
root@srx% cli
{primary:node0}
root@srx.nj1> configure 
warning: Clustering enabled; using private edit
warning: uncommitted changes will be discarded on exit
Entering configuration mode
Users currently editing the configuration:
  root terminal p0 (pid 60935) on since 2014-04-29 10:45:10 EDT, idle 00:11:37
      private [edit]

Solution

Here is the easy way to logout the other session:
root@srx.nj1# run request system logout pid 60935   

{primary:node0}[edit]
root@srx.nj1# exit 
Exiting configuration mode

{primary:node0}
root@srx.nj1> configure 
warning: Clustering enabled; using private edit
warning: uncommitted changes will be discarded on exit
Entering configuration mode

{primary:node0}[edit]
root@srx.nj1#

Once you issue the logout command there will be a pause in the system for about 5 seconds until your connectivty resumes. You will NOT need to disconnect and reconnect.



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