Filesys show space 7 if the host name of the system

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# filesys show space 7. 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. Field Replaceable Units 62 Data Domain DD6300, DD6800, and DD9300 Field Replacement Unit Guide Page 67 of 80
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8. 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 . 9. 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 10. Enter the ipmi user change command to change the password of an IPMI user if needed: # ipmi user change ipmi1 password 11. 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 Data Domain System Controller Upgrade Guide for more information. DD6300 chassis A replacement chassis includes only the metal shell and midplane. It will be necessary to move the following parts from the old chassis to the new chassis: l Bezel l Solid state drives (SSD) l Hard disk drives (HDD) l Storage processor (SP) module, moved as a unit, which includes: n Fan assemblies n Air duct n Memory DIMMs and memory risers n Power supplies n Standard and optional SAS, Ethernet, and Fibre Channel (FC) I/O modules, depending on the system model l NVRAM module l Blank fillers for empty I/O module slots Field Replaceable Units DD6300 chassis 63 Page 68 of 80
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Preliminary and troubleshooting steps The chassis replacement procedure includes a series of commands that rediscover the data stored on the external shelves. Procedure 1. Before replacing the chassis, it is beneficial to run the following commands and save the output on the Data Domain system that is to be replaced. Use this information to verify that the procedure has completed successfully: # storage show all # disk show state # disk show hardware # system show ports # disk multipath status # filesys show space # enclosure show topology # vtl show config # vtl group show all # enclosure show power supply Note l When you run these commands before and after the chassis replacement, the output should be the same. Save this information in case any configuration problems are found after the procedure has completed.
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