This procedure can be performed by a customer while the server is running. The procedure is the same whether you are removing an SP or an SPP.
Caution - This procedure requires that you handle components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. This discharge can cause server components to fail. When you unpack the replacement part, open the package on a grounded antistatic mat. Always use an antistatic wrist strap for hardware replacements.
-> cd /SP/config -> dump -destination uri target
uri is tftp, ftp, sftp, scp, http,and https
target is the remote location where you want to store the configuration information
-> dump -destination tftp://220.127.116.11/pathname
See Prevent ESD Damage.
The component is in the rear of the server. See SP General Status LEDs.
Remove any port plugs that are installed in the NET MGT and SER MGT ports and install them in the same ports on the replacement SP or SPP.
8 (one PDomain)The SPs and SPPs are tightly secured in their bays. Pull firmly on the ejector latches to free the SP or SPP from the bay.
This protects the arms from damage when you pull the component out.
On an SP, type:
-> set /System/DCUs failover=auto