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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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Welcome to the HMM Web Online Help

Welcome to the HMM Web Online Help

Hyper Management Module (HMM) Web is designed to implement centralized monitoring and management of the components in an E9000 chassis. It has the following features:

  • Provides a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) to improve user experience.
  • Allows users to remotely access the server at any time and monitor and manage the server.
  • Ensures secure access by using encryption algorithms for all management interfaces.

The online help covers server alarm monitoring, fault locating, system management, data configuration, and parameter description.

Table 7-1 describes common icons on the HMM Web interface.

Table 7-1 Common icons



Displays the MM910 online help.

Logs out of HMM Web.

Indicates a critical alarm.

A critical alarm may power off the server, and even interrupt system services. Critical alarms require immediate corrective action.

Indicates a major alarm.

A major alarm has major impact on the system. It may affect the normal operating of the system or interrupt services.

Indicates a minor alarm.

A minor alarm has minor impact on the system but requires corrective action as soon as possible so that a more severe alarm is prevented.

Indicates that the status is normal.

Refreshes the page.

Collapses the menu or all information under this icon.

Expands the menu or all information under this icon.

Modifies information.

Copies a profile.

Deletes information.

Exports a profile to a local computer.

Displays a dialog box for you to change the slots associated with a profile.

Displays a dialog box for you to apply a profile to the associated compute nodes.

Indicates that a compute node is powered off.

Indicates that a compute node is powered on.


Indicates that a function is disabled. Clicking a button in this state will enable the function.


Indicates that a function is enabled. Clicking a button in this state will disable the function.

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