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  9. 5.8.1 Releasing of the SPARC M10-4S chassis (possible only in a system with a building block configuration)

5.8.1 Releasing of the SPARC M10-4S chassis (possible only in a system with a building block configuration)


5.8.1 Releasing of the SPARC M10-4S chassis (possible only in a system with a building block configuration)
In this section, power off the SPARC M10-4S requiring maintenance by using the replacefru command.
In the following execution example, maintenance is performed on an abnormal (Degraded) BB#0 chassis with four SPARC M10-4S units in a building block configuration.
Even in cases where the status of the SPARC M10-4S requiring maintenance is not abnormal (Degraded), perform the same procedure.
  1. Log in to the XSCF shell.
  2. Execute the replacefru command to display the maintenance menu.
XSCF> replacefru
  1. From the numeric keypad, select the FRU requiring maintenance.
    Since BB#0 is "Degraded," "1" is entered.
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Maintenance/Replacement Menu
Please select the chassis including replaced FRU.

No. FRU                 Status

--- ------------------- --------------

 1  /BB#0               Degraded
 2  /BB#1               Normal
 3  /BB#2               Normal
 4  /BB#3               Normal
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Select [1-4|c:cancel] :1
  1. From the numeric keypad, select the FRU requiring maintenance.
    Since the SPARC M10-4S chassis itself is to be maintained, "1" is entered.
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Maintenance/Replacement Menu
Please select the BB or a type of FRU to be replaced.

1. BB itself(*1)

2. FAN        (Fan Unit)

3. PSU        (Power Supply Unit)

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Select [1-3|c:cancel] :1
*1 The above "1. BB itself" is also displayed for the SPARC M10-4. However, the replacefru command cannot be used for maintenance of the chassis itself in the SPARC M10-4, so the maintenance work will be interrupted.
  1. From the numeric keypad, select the faulty FRU.
    Since BB#0 was confirmed faulty in step 3, "1" is also entered here.
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Maintenance/Replacement Menu
Please select a FRU to be replaced.

No. FRU                 Status        

--- ------------------- --------------

 1  /BB#0               Degraded      
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Select [1|b:back] :1
  1. After confirming that the selected FRU is displayed, enter "r".
You are about to replace BB#0.
Do you want to continue?[r:replace|c:cancel] :r
  1. Confirm that the CHECK LED of the FRU is on or blinking.
    To release a SPARC M10-4S chassis itself, confirm that the system locator on the chassis is blinking.
    For details on the locations of LEDs, see "2.4.2  LEDs on the rear panel (System locator)" and "2.4.3  LEDs on each component."
Please execute the following steps:
1) Confirm the XSCF STANDBY LED of BB#0 is not lit.
2) Turn off the breaker of BB#0.
3) Remove BB#0.
4) Execute either the following:
  4-1) After the exchanged device is connected with the system,
       turn on the breaker of BB#0, and please select 'finish'.
  4-2) If you want to suspend the maintenance without exchanging device,
       please select 'cancel'.
[f:finish|c:cancel] :
You can now start FRU maintenance. Do not enter "f" until you complete the maintenance work.
After replacing the FRU, perform the work in "6.2.1  Incorporation of the SPARC M10-4S chassis (possible only in a system with a building block configuration)" to incorporate the FRU into the system.