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stephen peng
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SD32000 replacing CPU

dear all,
i've got a processor deconfigured in one cell of a SD32000, and i need to replace it. what i wonder is should i just replace that CPU, or to replace the whole cell board? and in that replacing procedure, what do i need to do, like upgrading firmware, and what do i need to take care?

thanks a lot, your reply will earn you points
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Luk Vandenbussche
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Re: SD32000 replacing CPU

Stepehn

A superdome is normally fully covered by an HP contract. So ask HP for an intervention.

This is the doc about replacing components.

http://www.docs.hp.com/en/A5201-96044/A5201-96044.pdf
Torsten.
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Re: SD32000 replacing CPU

Just in case this is a first generation dome and not covered by contract - it should be enough to replace the CPU. But follow the instructions - this is really important!

Otherwise contact the HP support, they will help you!

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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stephen peng
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Re: SD32000 replacing CPU

dear all,
thanks a lot, the problem is that i don't have an contract so i need to do that replacement by myself.