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Field Replaceable Units 44 Data Domain DD6300, DD6800, and DD9300 Field Replacement Unit Guide Page 49 of 80
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Replacing a storage processor This procedure describes how to replace a storage processor. Procedure 1. Slide the storage processor into the chassis as far as it will go (1). 2. Rotate the storage processor extraction levers upwards until the storage processor retracts fully into place and the storage processor extractors snap into place (2). Note The extractors snapping into place is not guaranteed. Press the release buttons, and then swing the extractors into place. Then, let go the release buttons. If testing when the SP is fully seated, attempt to swing out the extractors without releasing them. 3. Reconnect the data cables to the same ports where they were connected on the original storage processor. 4. Reconnect the power cables to power the system back on. Field Replaceable Units Replacing a storage processor 45 Page 50 of 80
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Verify the fans Procedure 1. Enter the enclosure show fans command to check the status of the enclosure fans. # enclosure show fans 1 Enclosure Description Level Status --------- ----------- ------ ------ 1 FAN 0A medium OK FAN 0B medium OK FAN 1A medium OK FAN 1B medium OK FAN 2A medium OK FAN 2B medium OK FAN 3A medium OK FAN 3B medium OK FAN 4A medium OK FAN 4B medium OK FAN 5A medium OK FAN 5B medium OK --------- ----------- ------ ------ Check the Status column to confirm that all of the fans in Enclosure 1 are OK. 2. Enter the alerts show current command and confirm that the system has cleared the alert for the failed fan. It may take one to two minutes after the fan replacement before the system clears the alert. # alerts show current No active alerts. Verify the I/O module replacement Check each I/O module LED. Each I/O module ejector handle contains a bi-colored LED. Green indicates normal function, while an amber color indicates a fault condition. Procedure 1. Enter the alerts show current command and confirm that the system has cleared the alert for the failed I/O module. It may take one to two minutes after the I/O module replacement before the system clears the alert. # alerts show current No active alerts. Verify NVRAM Procedure 1. Enter the enclosure show chassis command to check the battery and NVRAM chassis status. Note The NVRAM battery might take up to 1.5 hours to get fully (100%) charged depending on how discharged the NVRAM battery is at the time of the installation. However the filesystem is enabled when the battery capacity is above 80%, which should take a shorter time. 2. Enter the system show hardware command to check information about the NVRAM module. Field Replaceable Units 46 Data Domain DD6300, DD6800, and DD9300 Field Replacement Unit Guide Page 51 of 80
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3. Enter the system show nvram command to check battery and NVRAM status. # system show nvram NVRAM Cards: Card Component Value ---- ----------------------- ----------------------------------------- 1 Slot 0 Firmware version 0.0.78 Memory size 7.93 GiB Errors 0 memory (0 uncorrectable), 0 PCI, 0 controller Flash controller Errors 0 Cfg Err, 0 PANIC, 0 Bus Hang, 0 Bad Blk Warn, 0 Bkup Err, 0 Rstr Err Board temperature 39 C CPU temperature 48 C Number of batteries 1 ---- ----------------------- -------------------------------------------
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