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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 the Chassis

Replacing the Chassis

Replace the chassis with a new one if the chassis midplane is damaged.

Before replacing the chassis, ensure that all services and programs on the server are stopped or have been switched over to other devices.

Workflow

Figure 6-66 Process

Procedure

  1. Determine the chassis to be replaced.
  2. Power off the chassis.

    Before powering off the chassis, ensure that you have backed up the service data of compute nodes and configuration files of switch modules.

    1. Power off the compute nodes. For details, see their user guides.
    2. Disconnect the chassis power cables from the external power supply to power off the chassis.

  3. Remove all modules from the chassis.

    1. Before removing chassis modules, record their installation positions so that they can be reinstalled correctly later.
    2. Remove all chassis modules, including the management modules, compute nodes, switch modules, PSUs, and fan modules. For details, see 6.1-Replacing an MM910 to 6.5-Replacing the Fan Modules.

  4. Remove the chassis.

    1. Loosen the eight M6 screws and horizontally pull out the chassis from the cabinet, as shown in Figure 2 Removing the chassis.
      Figure 6-67 Removing the chassis
    2. Four persons move the chassis into a packing case or onto a pallet.
      Figure 6-68 Moving the chassis

  5. Install a chassis.

    1. Remove the packing case. For details, see Unpacking the Chassis Packing Case.
    2. Install the chassis, as shown in Figure 4 Installing the chassis.
      • You are advised to familiar yourself with the precautions and warnings on the chassis. Misoperations can cause personal injury or equipment damage.
      • When carrying a chassis with bare hands, ensure that the chassis is empty or contains only fan modules.
      • If the position for installing the device is higher than your shoulders, use a stacker to lift the device to prevent personal injury and equipment damage.
      Figure 6-69 Installing the chassis
      Figure 6-70 Misoperations

  6. Install all modules (including the management modules, compute nodes, switch modules, PSUs, and fan modules) and connect cables. For details, see 3 .
  7. Power on the chassis.

    NOTE:

    Before powering on the chassis, check that the modules and cables are installed properly by referring to Verifying the Installation.

    Connect the chassis power cables with the external power supply. Then the chassis, switch modules, management modules, and compute nodes are automatically powered on.

  8. Check the status of each module by referring to Parts Replacement.
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