Adding a Chassis to the CMIC Configuration - BAR Hardware Disks

Dell EMC Data Domain 6800 and 9300 for Teradata® Setup and Configuration Guide

Product
BAR Hardware Disks
Release Date
July 2021
Content Type
Configuration
Publication ID
B035-5653-071K
Language
English (United States)
  1. Access the web page of the managing CMIC.
  2. From the web page of the managing CMIC, select CMIC > System > CMIC Configuration.
    The CMIC configuration of the managing CMIC opens in the CMIC Configuration Editor.
  3. Locate the cabinet entry to which you are adding a chassis.
  4. Place the cursor where the new chassis entry is to go.
    The ID of the inserted chassis must match the physical location within the cabinet.
  5. From the Insert Chassis Template drop-down list, select the chassis to be added:
    Chassis Template
    Data Domain DD6800 Storage System Disk Array DD6800
    Data Domain DD9300 Storage System Disk Array DD9300
    The chassis entry is pasted into the CMIC configuration.
  6. Remove the comment symbols preceding (<!--) and following (-->) the chassis entry.
  7. Change the chassis ID number (the symbols and text shown between quotation marks below) to the correct number for the new chassis.
    <Chassis idnum=”### INSERT CHASSIS NUMBER ###”>
  8. To validate the syntax, click then OK.
  9. To transfer (put) the CMIC configuration to the managing CMIC, click then OK.
  10. To save the CMIC configuration to a backup location, click then Save.
    Use a backup location that is not on the server you are logged into. The file is saved to the directory using the default file name and format, which is CMICConfig_SystemID_CollectiveID_CabinetID_CMICChassisID.xml. For example, CMICConfig_1_90_1_6.xml.