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How to install 6-disk storage module into blade chassis?

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This is using IBM Blade Center S, and it is in production now. Due to the shortage of disk space, my management decided to get 1 more storage module with 6 disks. How should I install this module? Please show step-by-step.
Does downtime require?

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Attached the 6-Disk Storage Module Installation Guide - IBM BladeCenter S (7779, 8886)

You can install a storage module while the BladeCenter S system is powered on
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Thanks John for the article and prompted support.
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