When you replace an enclosure assembly, you must move a number of FRUs from the original server module to the same locations in the replacement enclosure assembly.
When you transfer the SP and ID PROM from the old board to the new board, you preserve the system-specific information that is stored on these modules.
When you replace the motherboard, the firmware on the new motherboard might be incompatible with the firmware on the SP. In this case, you must update the system firmware which updates the SP and motherboard firmware to compatible versions.
Prepare to place all components on an antistatic mat unless you install each component immediately in the new enclosure assembly.
Follow the precautions explained in Preparing for Service.
See Remove the Cover.
Move each DIMM to the same slot in the enclosure assembly. See Servicing Memory.
See Servicing a REM.
Install the FEM in the same connectors in the enclosure assembly. See Servicing a FEM.
Ensure that you install a USB flash drive only in the top slot of the connector. See Servicing a USB Flash Drive.
Note - Do not move the battery from the original server module. The replacement enclosure assembly includes a battery.
See Replace the Cover.
If the replacement service processor detects that the service processor firmware is not compatible with the existing host firmware, further action is suspended and the following message is displayed:
Unrecognized Chassis: This module is installed in an unknown or unsupported chassis. You must upgrade the firmware to a newer version that supports this chassis.
Refer to the Oracle ILOM documentation for instructions.
Refer to the SPARC T3-1B knowledge article for specific instructions for updating FRUID.
Note - The replacement enclosure assembly does not have a label with the serial number on the front of the system, as was present on the original server module.
The RFID on the original server module contained different values.