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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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Basic Settings

Basic Settings

Chassis

GUI

Function

On the Chassis page, you can edit the name, serial number, and location of the chassis.

Table 7-5 describes the Chassis parameters.

Table 7-5 Chassis parameters

Item

Description

Chassis name

Name of the chassis.

Value range: a string of 0 to 20 characters

Chassis number

Serial number of the chassis.

Value range: 0 to 1000000

NOTE:

The value 1000000 cannot be manually set. The chassis number is set to 1000000 by the system only when the chassis number is left blank or cannot be obtained by the system.

Chassis location

Location of the chassis.

Value range: a string of 0 to 20 characters that can contain only letters, digits, spaces, and the following special characters:

! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . / [ \ ] ^ _ ` : ; < = > ? @ { | } ~

BIOS Boot Device

GUI

Function

On the BIOS Boot Device page, you can set the next boot device for a compute node. The setting effective only once.

Table 7-6 describes the BIOS Boot Device parameters.

Table 7-6 BIOS Boot Device parameters

Item

Description

Slot No.

Compute node for which the boot device is set.

Effective Mode

Effective mode of the boot setting.

It has a fixed value of Once.

Boot Option

Boot device for the compute node in the next startup.

Value:

  • BIOS Settings
  • PXE
  • HDD
  • CD/DVD
  • Virtual FDD/Removable device
  • No override

Black Box

GUI

Function

On the Black Box page, you can enable or disable the black box configuration for compute nodes. The black box stores information that can be used to restore the compute node in case of critical faults.

Table 7-7 describes the Black Box parameters.

Table 7-7 Parameter description

Parameter

Description

Slot No.

Identifies a compute node.

Black Box

Setting of the black box function.

Value:

  • Enable
  • Disable

FC Ports

GUI

Function

Table 7-8 describes the FC Ports parameter.

Table 7-8 FC Ports parameter

Item

Description

FC Port

You can configure each port of the Fibre Channel (FC) pass-through card of a switch module to connect to the left or right compute node slots. This parameter can be configured only when the switch module is the CX913.

Reminder

Screenshot

Function Description

Table 7-9 describes the parameters on the Reminder page.

Table 7-9 Parameter description

Parameter

Description

Server inspection reminder

  • Enable: enables the Server inspection reminder. After each login to the MM910 WebUI, the system displays the "Please promptly check the mapping between the blades, NICs, drivers, and firmware" message.
  • Disable: disables the Server inspection reminder.

Configuration Restore

NOTE:

The switching configuration can be restored only when the HMM Web version is (U54) 6.89 or later.

Screenshot

Function Description

Table 7-10 describes the parameters on the switching configuration restoration page.

Table 7-10 Parameter description

Parameter

Description

Slot No

Slot number of the chassis where the switch module is located.

Switch Module

Type of the current switch module in the slot.

Switching Plane

  • Base switching plane
  • Fabric switching plane

Current Stack Status

Values are as follows:

  • master switch: indicates that the switch module manages the stack.
  • standby switch: indicates that the switch module is standby and will take over all services from the master switch when the master switch fails.
  • unstacked switch: indicates that the work relation of switch modules is Stack but only one switch module is present, or that the deployment mode is Twin.

File Name

Name of the configuration file. After you click the file name, the window for displaying the file content is displayed. In the displayed window, you can view detailed file content, click Restore to restore the configuration, or click Close to close the window.

Backup Time

Backup time of the configuration file.

NOTE:

The backup time of the configuration file is based on the current date. Only the first day of the previous month, the first day of the current month, Monday of the previous week, Monday of the current week, the previous day, and the current day are available.

Operations

Click Restore to restore the switch module plane configuration by using the configuration backup file.

NOTE:
  • If the switch module is stacked and both the active and standby switch modules have backup files on the current day, the switching plane configuration of the active and standby switch modules will be restored. If the switch module is not stacked, the switching plane configuration of the current switch module will be restored.
  • If any switch module in a stack does not have the backup file of the current day, the switch module plane configuration cannot be restored.
NOTE:

When the centralized switching management configuration is enabled, the plane that supports the centralized switching management configuration cannot be restored.

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