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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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Configuration Process

Configuration Process

Configuration Process

Figure 4-20 shows the configuration process.

Figure 4-20 Configuration process

Table 4-16 describes the configuration process.

Table 4-16 Configuration process

Phase

Sub-phase

Description

(Optional) Configure resource pools.

(Optional) Configure a MAC address pool.

A media access control (MAC) address identifies a globally unique network adapter. A MAC address pool stores a collection of MAC addresses. MAC address pooling facilitates MAC address assignment and management, and prevents MAC address conflicts.

NOTE:

World Wide Port Names (WWPNs) and World Wide Node Names (WWNNs) can share a resource pool with MAC addresses. A WWPN is a MAC address prefixed with 1000, and a WWNN is a MAC address prefixed with 2000.

(Optional) Configure a UUID resource pool.

A UUID is a universally unique identifier. A UUID resource pool stores a collection of UUIDs to facilitate UUID assignment and management.

Create a profile.

Create a configuration policy file (profile) of compute node hardware. The following types of profiles are available:

  • Common: supports automatic assignment of MAC addresses, WWNNs, and WWPNs, and can be delivered to multiple slots simultaneously.
  • Custom: contains MAC addresses, WWNNs, WWPNs, and unique configurations, and can only be delivered to a specific slot.

Configure the profile.

(Optional) Configure BIOS parameters.

Set CPU parameters based on service requirements.

(Optional) Configure NIC parameters.

Configure NIC parameters (such as MAC addresses, WWNNs, and WWPNs) when NIC virtualization is used.

(Optional) Configure UUIDs.

Configure UUIDs to implement stateless configuration of the elements in a distributed system.

Apply the profile.

Associate with profiles with the slots. Once a compute node is installed in a slot, the associated profile will be automatically loaded to the compute node.

(Optional) Configure the compute node resource pool.

Configure the primary and standby compute nodes and migration conditions. If the migration conditions are met, services will be migrated to a standby compute node.

NOTE:

Any compute node can be specified as a primary or standby compute node.

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Updated: 2019-04-10

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