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Components iLO ROM PMC Smart Array P410i Controller HP Storage 1210m controller EMU Expansion IO Module CCU

Stranahans 1 version 1.20 2011.05.05 1.6 5.06 1.56 1.10 Jul 12th 0103 1.5.1186

Stranahans 2 version 1.26 2011.05.05 1.6 5.06 1.58 1.20 Nov 17th 0131 2.0.9339

Share location : \\15.146.234.117\depot\FirmwareComponents Downgrading CCU If you have QRed the server with the baseline image then the CCU installed will be of the particular release. But if you need to downgrade the CCU follow the below steps: 1. Uninstall CCU[HP DAN Cluster API] from Uninstall Programs in Control Panel. Ensure you close the ccu command prompt if it is open before uninstalling it. 2. Uninstall HP CMP firmware module (Hewlett-Packard CMP and Hewlett-Packard CMP Firmware Module) from Uninstall Programs in Control Panel. 3. Install the CCU version applicable to the release picking from the share. Run the installer by double clicking the installer file. 4. Accept the license agreement and click Install. 5. Click Finish at the end of the installation and this completes the installation. 6. Open the command prompt and provide the command ccu version. 7. Verify the installed version is as mentioned in the table. 8. Similarly install the CMP firmware module version picking from the share. Downgrading iLO Downgrade iLO by just installing the PSP copied to the share under folder iLO. It may fail at times if iLO is opened. Please close it and re-try. Downgrading HP Storage 1210m controller Pre-requisites 1. [Optional] Please configure the serial debug session for the controller to capture serial logs. 2. Have the correct CCU utility installed on the OS.

1. Open the command prompt and run the following command

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ccu show controller all detail Verify the Cascade controllers in both the servers are at same promotion. Shutdown server2. Download the promoted build for Cascade controller on server1 from the share. Now from command prompt run the below command to flash the controller ccu flash controller local <path to the build CascadeCSP16_XXX_opt.bin> Reboot the server1 once the controller flash is completed. Once the server1 is up, verify the controller FW version by running the below command from the command prompt ccu show controller all detail Now power on the server2 either using iLO or manually pressing the power button. Server1 will automatically partner flash Server2 controller FW Once the Server2 is up, verify the controller FW version by running the below command from the command prompt ccu show controller all detail

Downgrading SEPs Pre-requisites 1. Please configure the serial debug session for the SEPs to capture serial logs. 2. Have the correct CCU utility installed on the OS.

Steps to flash SEPs: 1. Verify the FW on Internal Enclosure [IE] and External Enclosure [EE] of SEP is at the previous promoted build. 2. Shutting down the second server is not necessary. 3. Download the promotion build pertaining to the share (*.fuf) 4. From the command prompt, run ccu show sep all detail. 5. Note the SEP numbers for respective IE and EE [like SEP 0, 1, 2, & 3]. 6. Note :First flash SAS module A (SAS Module A can be identified by having port 1E) 7. Note: First flash the IE SEP on port 1E 8. At command prompt, run CCU flash sep <SEP number of IE on port 1E> <path to IE-*.fuf> (Example: ccu> flash sep 0 c:\sep_dir\IE-*.fuf) 9. At command prompt, run ccu flash sep <SEP number of EE on port 1E> <path to EE-*.fuf> 10. At command prompt, run CCU>reset seps <SEP number of IE on 1E>,<SEP number of EE on 1E> (Note: The order IE,EE matters here) 11. At the command prompt, run ccu show sep all detail (note the SEP order)

12. Next flash SAS module B (SAS Module B can be identified by having port 2E) 13. First flash IE SEP on port 2E 14. At the command prompt, run ccu flash sep <SEP number of IE on port 2E> <path to IE-*.fuf> 15. At the command prompt, run flash sep <SEP number of EE on port 2E> <path to EE-*.fuf> 16. At the command prompt, run reset seps <SEP number of IE on 2E>,<SEP number of EE on 2E> (Note: The order IE,EE matters here) 17. At the command prompt, run show sep all detail (check that all SEPs are updated) Downgrading Enclosure Manager Prerequisites: Please connect the serial debug module PCB to the EMU and configure the serial session for capturing the IP for EMU. This would help in communicating with EMU through ssh or telnet sessions. Before flashing the FW for EMU, we need to understand the NOR flash size. For 64M install: $ ssh Administrator@EM-IP-address Firmware Output: jsbach http://16.83.141.125/EMU_20111117/jsbach-idpemu.rom Once the NOR flash is known, we need to use the corresponding FW file for updating the EMU.

How to roll your EM firmware back to Stranahans release (Titans RC firmware) 1. Log into the EM on your system. 2. At the prompt, force the EM to flash as follows: update image force http://16.83.141.125/QUIRE-IDP-1-2/jsbach-idpemu.rom 3. After the flash is complete, reboot the EM with the following command: restart em This brought the EM way back to Mercury levels. Now we need to bring it to the desired Stranahans release. 4. Log back into the EM. 5. At the prompt, update the EM to the Titans (Stranahans 1) RC level as follows: update image http://16.83.141.125/EMU_20110712/jsbach-idpemu.rom The EM will reset and log you out 6. Verify the SVN version and the date for the update EMU FW. 7.In case the Blade servers do not power on automatically, you may need to power the servers either of the below three methods a) Provide the below 2 commands in the SSH session of EMU one after the other,

EM-78E7D1022584> power on server 1 EM-78E7D1022584> power on server 2 b) Use iLO to power on the servers c) Manually power on the servers by pressing the power button on the servers.

This puts the Enclosure Manager on your CSP to the released version for Stranahans. Downgrading Expansion IO Module : TBD