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    • Perform a warm shut down on the server. Run:

    • ssh -l root <hostname> shutdown -h now

  1. Disconnect the 10G NIC cable.
    • Disconnect the 10G NIC cable.

  2. Pull the green retention plunger upwards and twist 90 degrees to lock in the upright position. Using the handle, pull the server away from the rack as shown. Using the handle, pull the server away from the rack as shown.
    • Pull the green retention plunger upwards and twist 90 degrees to lock in the upright position.

    • Using the handle, pull the server away from the rack as shown.

  3. Extend the server from the rack to ensure it has no power from the bus bar and you can easily access the failed component.
    • Extend the server from the rack to ensure it has no power from the bus bar and you can easily access the failed component.

  4. Locate the green retention lever and pull it to the right. While holding the lever to the right, simultaneously pull it outward to release the HDD from it's socket. While holding the lever to the right, simultaneously pull it outward to release the HDD from it's socket.
    • Locate the green retention lever and pull it to the right.

    • While holding the lever to the right, simultaneously pull it outward to release the HDD from it's socket.

  5. Disconnect the following cables by pressing down on the metal retention tabs pulling away from the HDD. Power Cable SATA Cable
    • Disconnect the following cables by pressing down on the metal retention tabs pulling away from the HDD.

    • Power Cable

    • SATA Cable

  6. Carefully grab the center of the HDD to the right of the SATA cable connector to extend it from the PCIe cage. Place your fingers on each side of the HDD to remove it the rest of the way. Place your fingers on each side of the HDD to remove it the rest of the way.
    • Carefully grab the center of the HDD to the right of the SATA cable connector to extend it from the PCIe cage.

    • Place your fingers on each side of the HDD to remove it the rest of the way.

  7. Insert the HDD back into the riser cage Connect the SATA and Power cables. Connect the SATA and Power cables.
    • Insert the HDD back into the riser cage

    • Connect the SATA and Power cables.

  8. Finish seating the HDD by pushing firmly until resistance is felt. The retention tab will 'click' when the HDD has seated properly.
    • Finish seating the HDD by pushing firmly until resistance is felt.

    • The retention tab will 'click' when the HDD has seated properly.

  9. Slide the server back into the rack. If the green retention plunger is still in the upright position, twist it 90 degrees to release it. This will secure the server.
    • Slide the server back into the rack.

    • If the green retention plunger is still in the upright position, twist it 90 degrees to release it. This will secure the server.

  10. Connect the 10G NIC cable.
    • Connect the 10G NIC cable.

  11. Press the power button to power-on the server.
    • Press the power button to power-on the server.

Conclusion

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