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9.10.2 Installing the CPU memory unit in the chassis


9.10.2 Installing the CPU memory unit in the chassis
  1. With your hands at Handling Position on both sides of the CPU memory unit, insert the CPU memory unit into the chassis.
  2. Raise the right and left levers of the CPU memory unit to secure it.
Note - If the CPU memory unit is inserted into the chassis as far as it will go, it may not be possible to lift the lever. Lift the lever just before the CPU memory unit lower hits the rear and then push it fully home.
  1. If a crossbar unit was mounted, install the mounting frame and then tighten the three screws.
  2. If crossbar units were mounted, install all of these crossbar units.
    For details, see "15.4  Installing a Crossbar Unit."
  3. Install all the PCIe card cassettes.
    For details, see "8.5.3  Installing a PCI Express card cassette."
Note - Reinstall the PCIe card cassettes in their original locations by referring to the notes that you made prior to the start of maintenance.
  1. Lift the cable support to fix it in place.
    For details, see "6.1.2  Fixing the cable support."
  2. For a building block configuration of the SPARC M10-4S, connect the crossbar cables to the cable support.
    For details, see "6.1.4  Attaching the crossbar cables to the cable support."
  1. Connect all the cables of the external interface.
    The cables to be connected are as follows.
    Interface cable connected to the PCIe card

    Crossbar cables (If equipment rack model 26xx or equipment rack model 16xx is used, connect them in step 7.)

    XSCF BB control cable (only for a building block configuration of the SPARC M10-4S)

    XSCF DUAL control cable (only for a building block configuration of the SPARC M10-4S)

    XSCF-LAN cable

    Serial cable

    LAN cable

    SAS cable

    USB cable
Note - Reinstall the cables in the correct positions by referring to the notes you made before starting maintenance.
The FRU installation work is completed. See "Chapter 7  Maintenance Flow" to continue maintenance work.