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MM910 Management Module V100R001 User Guide 24

This document provides the product description, installation and configuration methods, and common operations of the E9000 server chassis management module MM910.
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Hardware and Software Support

Hardware and Software Support

Table 4-15 lists the software and hardware that support stateless computing.

Table 4-15 Hardware and software supporting stateless computing





Compute node



  • MZ220
  • MZ221
  • MZ312
  • MZ510
  • MZ512
  • MZ520
  • MZ522
  • MZ730
  • MZ910
  • MZ912
  • LOM
  • The MZ510, MZ512, MZ520, and MZ522 support the Universal Multi-Channel (UMC) functiona, but the MZ220, MZ221, MZ730, MZ910, and MZ912 do not.
  • Only the CH121 V5, CH221 V5, CH225 V5, and CH242 V5 support stateless computing configuration of LOMs.
  • Only the V5 compute nodes in UEFI mode support the MZ312.



Later than (U54) 2.20

a: The UMC function provides multi-PF (PF indicates physical function). Each physical 10GE port supports four PFs, each of which is a logical channel. The PFs on each 10GE port can be configured as "4 x NIC" (four Ethernet logical channels) or "3 x NIC + 1 x FCoE/iSCSI" (three Ethernet logical channels and one storage logical channel). Each PF must be assigned a VLAN ID and channel bandwidth. The four PFs of the same 10GE port are independent of each other, sharing the bandwidth of the physical 10GE port. The UMC function uses the PCIe functions defined in PCI-SIG, without depending on the OS or hypervisor.

Updated: 2019-04-10

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