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c. Insert the tag into the new chassis. 8. Install the chassis into the cabinet as follows: a. From the front of the cabinet, align the rear of the chassis with the lip of each installed rail. Field Replaceable Units Chassis replacement procedure 65 Page 70 of 80
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b. Carefully slide the chassis all the way into the cabinet. c. Attach the chassis to the cabinet using two screws. 9. If applicable, install the CMA. 10. Reconnect the cables. Verify the DD6300 system When the system first boots after replacing the chassis, it displays a menu that prompts for permission to perform a headswap. CAUTION If a headswap is not performed, the system will not boot. Procedure 1. When prompted, allow the system to perform a headswap. 2. If configuration details were captured before the procedure (see Preliminary and troubleshooting steps on page 59), confirm that the new system configuration is complete and accurate. 3. Run the disk rescan command to discover the disks. a. If all of the disks are not listed, perform another rescan. b. If all of the disks are still not listed, reboot the system. 4. Check the disk status by entering: # disk show state Enclosure Disk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 --------- ---------------------------------------------- 1 . . . . s . . s s s s s v v 2 s O O O O O O O O O O O O O O 3 O O O O O O O O O O O O O O s --------- ---------------------------------------------- Legend State Count ------ ------------- ----- . In Use Disks 6 s Spare Disks 8 v Available Disks 2 O Foreign Disks 28 ------ ------------- ----- Total 44 disks The output should indicate: l The correct disks are seen. l The data storage is not configured. l The data storage is foreign storage and that there is a complete set of foreign storage available. 5. Verify the health of the file system by entering these two commands: # filesys status Field Replaceable Units 66 Data Domain DD6300, DD6800, and DD9300 Field Replacement Unit Guide Page 71 of 80
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Note If the output of this command shows that the filesystem is down, attempt to enable the filesystem using the filesys enable command before entering the filesys show space command. # filesys show space 6. If the host name of the system changes after the headswap procedure, modify the following as applicable: a. For systems using CIFS: Re-join the CIFS domain by issuing the command: # cifs set authentication active-directory domainname b. For systems with the Replication feature: Use the replication modify commands to update the hostname. 7. If needed, verify the functionality of the I/O modules. For specific information, refer to the Data Domain DD6300, DD6800, and DD9300 Field Replacement Unit Guide . 8. Note The user information is retained in the management module registries and IPMI user IDs are in the BMC. You might have to work with the customer to get the new MAC addresses on the network. Enter the ipmi user list command to verify the IPMI users. # ipmi user list Name User Id Privilege ------ ------- ------------- ipmi2 3 ADMINISTRATOR ipmi1 2 ADMINISTRATOR ------ ------- ------------- Total users: 2 9. Enter the ipmi user change command to change the password of an IPMI user if needed: # ipmi user change ipmi1 password 10. Because the system disks and Fibre Channel I/O modules are moved from the old chassis to the new chassis, no changes are required for drive mappings or access groups. If such changes are required, however, use the details captured in Preliminary and troubleshooting steps on page 59 to confirm FC I/O configuration. Refer also to the
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