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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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Upgrade

Upgrade

MMs

When both the master and slave chassis are installed, the slave chassis does not support the firmware upgrade.

GUI

Function

On the MM910 web user interface (WebUI), you can query the version information of the MM910s, and upgrade the firmware online.

Table 7-104 describes the firmware upgrade functions on the MM910 WebUI.

Table 7-104 Supported components and firmware for upgrades

Component

Firmware

Description

MM910 (MM)

  • Firmware
  • Complex programmable logical device (CPLD)
  • Online help

The active and standby MM910s can be upgraded at the same time.

NOTE:

If the active board is restarted, an active/standby switchover will be triggered and the standby board becomes the active board. If the MM910 software version is (U54) 6.96 or later and the fan speed is automatically adjusted, the fan speed is in frozen mode and cannot decrease within two minutes after the active/standby switchover is performed. The fan speed may increase temporarily, and restores normal operation after the active/standby switchover is complete.

For details about upgrade steps, see the E9000 Server V100R001 Upgrade Guide.

Compute Nodes

When both the master and slave chassis are installed, the slave chassis does not support the firmware upgrade.

GUI

Function

On the MM910 web user interface (WebUI), you can query the version information of the compute nodes, and upgrade the firmware online.

Table 7-105 describes the firmware upgrade functions on the MM910 WebUI.

Table 7-105 Supported components and firmware for upgrades

Component

Firmware

Description

Compute node (Node)

  • CPLD
  • Baseboard management controller (BMC)
  • Basic input/output system (BIOS)
    NOTICE:
    • If both the BIOS and CLPD need upgrading, upgrade the BIOS first, and then upgrade the CLPD when the new BIOS functions properly. Otherwise, the upgrade may fail, resulting in system errors.
    • For the iBMC earlier than 2.53 or iMana 200, power off the compute node before you start a cross-version BIOS upgrade. If the iBMC version is 2.53 or later or the source version and the target version are the same, you can perform the BIOS upgrade without powering off the compute node. After the upgrade is successful, restart the OS for the upgrade to take effect. The process takes about 4 minutes for a V3 server and 10 minutes for the V5 server. During this process, the OS cannot be powered on and "BIOS UPGRADING" is displayed on the KVM screen.

Multiple compute nodes of the same model can be upgraded at a time.

For details about upgrade steps, see the E9000 Server V100R001 Upgrade Guide.

Fans

When both the master and slave chassis are installed, the slave chassis does not support the firmware upgrade.

GUI

Function

On the MM910 web user interface (WebUI), you can query the version information of the fans, and upgrade the firmware online.

Table 7-106 describes the firmware upgrade functions on the MM910 WebUI.

Table 7-106 Supported components and firmware for upgrades

Component

Firmware

Description

Fan modules (Fan)

Firmware

Fans of the same model must be upgraded one by one.

For details about upgrade steps, see the E9000 Server V100R001 Upgrade Guide.

Switch Modules

When both the master and slave chassis are installed, the slave chassis does not support the firmware upgrade.

GUI

Function

On the MM910 web user interface (WebUI), you can query the version information of the switch modules, and upgrade the firmware online.

Table 7-107 describes the firmware upgrade functions on the MM910 WebUI.

Table 7-107 Supported components and firmware for upgrades

Component

Firmware

Description

Switch module (Swi)

  • CPLD
  • BMC
  • Base
  • Fabric

Multiple switch modules of the same model can be upgraded at a time.

The planes of switch modules are described as follows:

  • Base: specifies the GE switching plane.
  • Fabric: specifies the 10GE switching plane.

A switch module restarts automatically after its baseboard management controller (BMC) and complex programmable logical device (CPLD) are successfully upgraded, and services are interrupted during the startup.

For details about upgrade steps, see the E9000 Server V100R001 Upgrade Guide.

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