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RH5885 V3 Server V100R003 User Guide 32

This document describes the appearance, specifications, parameters, and structure of the RH5885 V3, and how to install an OS, replace parts, and install, remove, configure, and troubleshoot the server.
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Powering Off the Server

Powering Off the Server

Scenarios

Power off the server before you maintain, replace, or relocate it.

Impact on the System

Powering off the server interrupts the services and programs running on it.

Prerequisites

Conditions

Powering off the server interrupts the services and programs running on it.

Data

  • All data has been backed up.
  • You have determined the cabinet number and installation position for the server to be powered off.
  • You have obtained the IP address, user name, and password for the iBMC management network port.

Tools

ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves: used to prevent ESD damage

Documents

For details about how to obtain the IP address for the iBMC management network port and how to perform operations on iBMC, see the Huawei Rack Server iBMC User Guide.

Procedure

NOTE:
  • The "power-off" mentioned here is an operation performed to change the server to the standby state (the power indicator is steady yellow).
  • After a server is powered off forcibly, wait for more than 10 seconds for the server to power off completely. Do not power on the server again before it is completely powered off.
  • Forced power-off may damage user programs or unsaved data. Exercise caution when performing this operation.

The methods for powering off the server are as follows:

  • Connect a keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) to the server and shut down the operating system of the server using the KVM.
  • When the server is in power-on state, pressing the power button on the server front panel can power off the server gracefully.
    NOTE:

    If the server OS is running, shut down the OS according to the onscreen instructions.

    For details, see Indicators and Buttons.

  • When the server is in power-on state, holding down the power button on the server front panel for six seconds can power off the server forcibly.

    For details, see Indicators and Buttons.

    If you use this method to power off and then on a server when a fault occurs, some information may be missing in the fdm_log file that records information collected through the one-click information collection function of the management software. Avoid using this method to power off and then on a server when a fault occurs.

  • Remotely power off the server using the iBMC CLI.

    Run the ipmcset -d powerstate -v 0 command CLI.

  • Remotely power off the server using the iBMC WebUI.

    Log in to the iBMC WebUI, choose Power > Power Control, click Normal Power Off or Forced Power Off, and then click OK.

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Updated: 2019-10-21

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