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E9000 Server V100R001 User Guide 24

This document describes the overview, functions, structure, installation, and configuration methods of the E9000.
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Replacing an MM910

Replacing an MM910

This section describes how to replace an MM910.

Workflow

Figure 6-1 Process

Procedure

  1. Determine the MM910 to be replaced. Figure 6-2 shows the MM910 slot numbers.

    Figure 6-2 Slot numbers

  2. Determine whether an active/standby switchover is required.

    Determine the active/standby status of the MM910 to be replaced based on the ACT indicator and record the MM910 IP address.

    The ACT indicates the active/standby status of the MM910.

    • Steady green: The MM910 is in active state.

      If the MM910 to be replaced is in active state, run the smmset -d failover -v 1 command on the MM910 CLI to change it to standby state. For details, see the MM910 Management Module V100R001 Command Reference. If the switchover fails, contact Huawei technical support engineers.

    • Off: The MM910 is in standby state.
      If the MM910 to be replaced is in standby state, you do not need to perform the switchover.
      NOTE:

      If the MM910 software version is (U54) 6.96 or later and the fan speed is automatically adjusted, the fan speed is in frozen mode and cannot decrease within two minutes after the active/standby switchover is performed. The fan speed may increase temporarily, and restores normal operation after the active/standby switchover is complete.

  3. Remove the MM910.

    1. Remove the cables from the MM910.
    2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the M3 captive screw on the MM910. See (1) in Figure 6-3.
      Figure 6-3 Removing the MM910
    3. Completely open the ejector lever on the MM910. See (2) in Figure 6-3.
    4. Horizontally pull out the MM910 from the chassis. See (3) in Figure 6-3.
    5. Close the ejector lever on the MM910. See (4) in Figure 6-3.

      Each ESD bag should hold only one MM910.

    6. Place the removed MM910 into an ESD bag.

  4. Install a new MM910.

    1. Completely open the ejector lever on the MM910. See (1) in Figure 6-4.
      Figure 6-4 Installing a new MM910
    2. Horizontally insert the MM910 into the chassis. See (2) in Figure 6-4.
    3. Close the ejector lever on the MM910. See (3) in Figure 6-4.
    4. Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the M3 captive screw on the MM910. See (4) in Figure 6-4.
    5. Connect cables to the MM910.

  5. Connect to the MM910 over the serial port, and set a static IP address for the MM910:

    smmset -t front -d staticip -v static_IP_address subnet_mask

    NOTE:

    The new MM910 is standby and automatically synchronizes data from the active MM910. However, the static IP address cannot be automatically synchronized. Therefore, you must assign the static IP address of the removed MM910 to the new MM910.

    To replace both MM910s:

  6. Check the software versions of the active and standby MM910s by running the following command:

    smmget -l smm -d version

    If the active and standby MM910s are of different software versions, upgrade them to the same version.

    The latest version is recommended. For details about the upgrade, see the E9000 Server V100R001 Upgrade Guide.

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