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Replacing a RAID Controller Module
in a Single-Controller MD3000i
This document describes how to replace a failed RAID controller module in a
single-controller MD3000i. After replacing the RAID controller, you will also
need to update its controller and NVSRAM firmware. These steps are described
in "Updating RAID Controller and NVSRAM Firmware on the Replacement
RAID Controller Module" later in this document.
Replacing the RAID Controller Module
Always wear a wrist grounding strap when handling equipment with
static-sensitive components. See your
Removing the RAID Controller Module
1 Power down the MD3000i enclosure.
2 Disconnect all cables from the failed RAID controller module.
3 Push up on the release tab on the left side of the module (see Figure 1).
4 At the same time, pull out on the release lever. When the lever is pulled out,
the controller module partially ejects from the enclosure.
5 Remove the module from the enclosure and place it on a flat, secure surface.
To avoid damage to the sensitive EMI (ElectroMagnetic Interference)
contacts on the bottom of the controller module, do not stack or place the module on a
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