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Step superdome replace a cell

gigiz
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Step superdome replace a cell

Hi guy,

i need to replace a cell of a my superdome with 2 Npar . I have noarA and nparB.

I must replace a cell in NparA.

Can i power-off also NparA ?

What is a step?

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Torsten.
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Re: Step superdome replace a cell

For replacing the cell it is enough to power off the nPar (not the complex). Make sure the new cell has the same firmware like the other cells, otherwise it will not boot.


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Torsten.

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gigiz
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Re: Step superdome replace a cell

Ok ,

but what is the step by gsp ?

I need of a reboot for reconfig (shutdown -R) ?

Torsten.
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Re: Step superdome replace a cell

Shutdown the nPar (shutdown -h), then power off (PE command, select nPar).

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gigiz
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Re: Step superdome replace a cell

But i can do :

shutdown -hy 0

or BIB mode ?

Torsten.
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Re: Step superdome replace a cell

# shutdown -h -y 0 will be OK.




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