I have a question, and I cannot seem to find an answer in documentation or other questions on the support community. In UCS Manager, if you click a blade server, click the inventory tab, click the memory subtab, you see a graphical display of the memory modules. If you click on a moduleto select it then right-click it, the menu available includes a "Delete" command. Does this shut down that particular module, or does it just keep UCS Manager from monitoring it? Or is it something else more damaging or permanent? Is it possible to "Add" the module back once that command was issued? If possible, please provide any documentation or links that would answer this definitively. Thanks!
Thanks for the information! I work with a group that is performing some failure testing, and we were trying to figure a way to fail a memory module while the blade is running. We were not sure of the purpose of the mentioned command in UCS manager and did not want to try it without knowing if it had serious consequences.
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