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Carlos Guirao
Frequent Advisor

L1000 CPU replacement

I've changed my CPU from 440Mhz to 360Mhz and the server don't recognize it.
What can I do?
The server is L1000 with P/N: A5576A
Would I need to do something to update the server information or it can do it itself?
KARL
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Torsten.
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Re: L1000 CPU replacement

Karl,

there is a dip switch on the left side of the board next to the CPUs.

I guess the current setting is

1 on 2 off 3 off 4 off 5 on

you need to set

1 on 2 off 3 on 4 off 5 on

Please unplug the power first.
If the current setting is different, do not change it and post.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Josiah Henline
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Re: L1000 CPU replacement

Once the system can see the CPU, only HP can update the system information with ss_update. ss_update requires an HP only codeword.
If at first you don't succeed, read the man page.
Torsten.
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Re: L1000 CPU replacement

I'm sure ss_update is not needed here.

Any results?

Hope this helps!
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Josiah Henline
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Re: L1000 CPU replacement

ss_update is not needed; however, your system will still show as an L1000-44 after changing the processors.
If at first you don't succeed, read the man page.
Torsten.
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Re: L1000 CPU replacement

I'm pretty sure it will be L1000-36 ;-)

Hope this helps!
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Carlos Guirao
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Re: L1000 CPU replacement

I've solved this problem with dip's configuration.

Thank you