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5. Enter 04 to deconfigure CPU1. You should see the status changed to D, disabled.
CPU1
00 CPU0
01 CPU0
02 CPU0
03 CPU1
04 CPU1
05 CPU1
Select(x:exit):
6. Now, once the system is rebooted, it runs without processor 1.
7. To enable CPU1, follow the same procedure as above, except choose a status C (03 in
this example).
8. Exit the STAND-BY MENU, and continue booting the machine.
Enabling/Disabling Processors through the Maintenance Menu
1. Enter the MAINTENANCE MENU. Refer to the MAINTENANCE MENU section on page
3-21 for details.
2. Enter 8 to select the SET PARAMETERS menu, which is similar to the following:
SELECT [x:exit]: 2
3. Enter 2 from the SET PARAMETERS menu to select the SET CONFIGURATION menu,
which is similar to the following:
SELECT [x:exit]: 0
CPU CARD [0> CPU0| 1> CPU1 or x:exit]: 1
4. Enter 0 from this menu to select the CPU CARD option.
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Operator Guide
Set
| Status
C
C
D
T
C
D
D
T
0> POWER–ON COMMAND
1> VOLTAGE MARGINS
2> SET CONFIGURATION
3> PHONE NUMBERS
4> MISCELLANEOUS PARAMETERS
0> CPU CARD
1> MEMORY CARD
2> BASIC MCA ADAPTERS
SET PARAMETERS
SET CONFIGURATION

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