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Red/blinking/fast The module has exceeded the high temperature threshold. The cooling system now runs at full speed. Red/steady The module is faulty and not functioning. Replace the module. 9090SF module Installation — Modules May 2012 33
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Module removal and services behavior considerations After you remove or replace a module in the chassis, you can expect the following results: • If you replace a module with a different type of module, the system discards the configuration of the old ports, and the new ports are added to the default VLAN. • If you remove an interface module from an operating switch, and replace it with the same type of module, the system restores the configuration. • If you save the configuration, turn off the switch, replace a module with a different type of module, and turn the system on again, the system discards the configuration of the old ports and adds new ports to either the default VLAN or an unassigned VLAN. The ability of the switch to load configuration files for modules depends on whether the module is present in the chassis. By design, configuration files do not completely load if the module is not installed. If you start the Virtual Services Platform 9000 without the modules and want to completely load the configuration files, there are two methods you can use. You can install the module, and then restart. Or, you can install the module, and source, and then save the configuration file (which avoids a restart). Monitoring and temperature alarms The system monitors the temperature on the modules. An alarm is triggered after the module temperature exceeds the threshold value (60 degree Celsius (°C)). The module alarms are cleared after the module temperature falls below the threshold value. The following command displays the temperature on all the modules: Show sys-info temperature VSP-9012:1(config)#show sys-info temperature Temperature Info : Slot Zone-1 Zone-2 Zone-3 Zone-4 Zone-5 Highest Lowest Alarm Shutdown Temp Temp Temp Temp Temp Temp Temp Threshold Threshold 1 27 24 -- 26 25 27 24 60 70 4 29 26 30 28 26 30 26 60 70 SF4 26 -- -- 28 -- 28 26 60 70 The zone alarm is triggered after one of the following events occurs: • A module alarm is triggered. • Module alarms are cleared, but the fan still cools the system. Module fundamentals 34 Installation — Modules May 2012 Comments? [email protected]
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You can see the zone alarm information under the Fan Trays Info section of the command output for show sys-info command: Fan Trays Info : Zone Info : FRONT zone : Mode : NORMAL Zone Alarm Timer : 0 seconds Mode Status : Normal Highest Temperature : 42 C REAR zone : Mode : NORMAL Zone Alarm Timer : 0 seconds Mode Status : Normal Highest Temperature : 29 C When the zone alarm is triggered, the fan speed increases and the LED color changes on the front panel. The system clears the module alarm after the temperature falls below 60 °C; however, the zone temperature must reduce further to avoid multiple set and clear alarms and constant turning up and down of the fan speed when the module temperature fluctuates continuously around (above and below) the threshold temperature. The zone alarm clears after
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