Updates the motherboard service tag on all signature partitions. The system must be in manual intervention mode for this command to execute. This command applies to systems that have an external enclosure attached.
If a motherboard is replaced in the DR Series system, the service tag should be blank from service inventory. That service tag should be reprogrammed to match the existing system service tag before the on-site technician leaves; therefore, this command should not be required. However, if the service tag is changed for some reason, this command will need to be executed to update the external drives to match the new service tag. A second scenario is when migrating an enclosure from one DR Series system to another. This command would need to be executed to match the migrated enclosures drives to the new service tag.
The --make_standby [slot num] command option changes the state of a physical disk (making disk 3 in this example the standby). The slot number (0-11) that is defined in the command identifies the physical disk to set as the hot-swap spare.
The --type <internal | external-<num> | service tag>] command option manages the standby disk type (by specifying it as internal or external, and if external which enclosure number, or by its service tag).
The --clear_foreign command changes the state of a physical disk. Use this command when inserting a disk from another appliance, or the disk had been used in a different RAID configuration. After installing, you must enter the following command at the system prompt:
NOTE: The output of the DR Series system CLI system --show --hardware command lists the current states of the system disks. One possible state is foreign, which indicates that the --clear_foreign command needs to be run. In addition, an alert is generated if the DR Series system detects that any of the disks were in a foreign state.
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