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6.6 System-Stopped/Cold Removal Workflows

6.6 System-Stopped/Cold Removal Workflows
This section describes the workflows for system-stopped/cold removal of the FRUs mounted in the SPARC M12-2/M12-2S, and the workflow for system-stopped/cold removal of the SPARC M12-2S.
Except for system-stopped/cold removal of the SPARC M12-2S, the described procedures are performed after all the SPARC M12-2/M12-2S units are placed in the cold state, without using the maintenance menu.
Note that, in a building block configuration, you can perform maintenance using the maintenance menu when only the SPARC M12-2S requiring maintenance is in the cold state. For work procedures with the maintenance menu, see the procedures in "6.4 Inactive/Cold Removal Workflows."
To perform system-stopped/cold removal of the SPARC M12-2S, be sure to follow the procedure described in this section.
Before performing removal work, be sure to check the notes on maintenance work in the Fujitsu SPARC M12 Product Notes of the XCP version used.
Each of the following sections puts together the order of work and the tasks for each FRU into a table. For details on each task, see the reference shown in the table.
The following FRUs are subject to system-stopped/cold removal:
Note - System-stopped/cold removal of the SPARC M12-2S when all the SPARC M12-2S units are in the cold state is not supported.
Initialization must be done when the SPARC M12-2S to be removed and the SPARC M12-2S where the master XSCF operates are in the hot state. Use the initbb command from the XSCF shell of the master XSCF.
A SPARC M12-2S unit removed without initialization will not operate normally.