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Once a hot plug removal has been initiated, it must be completed as indicated by the illumination of the blue OK-to-Remove LED. If the green Power/OK returns to solid green, this means that the NEM did not go off-line.
If the NEM did not go offline, it is possible that some blades are ready for removal while others are not. Until the completion of the removal of all blades occurs, blades that were ready to be removed will no longer be detected by the Virtualized M2 NEM. It might be necessary to force blades that have denied immediate hot plug removal to release their resources, so that the rest of the system blades can proceed with the graceful removal of the NEM.
Use the instructions in How to Prepare the PCIe Interface for Hot Removal to ensure that all blades have unplumbed their hxge interfaces, and then continue with the ATTN button for hot removal.