Removing a unit from a traditional stack

To remove a unit from the stack, disconnect the cables from the stacking ports. This can be done whether the units are powered on or powered off. When you remove a unit that is powered on, it is still in stacking-enabled mode. To remove the stacking files, enter the stack unconfigure me or stack unconfigure clean command.

The stack unconfigure me command returns a unit to the state it had before joining a stack and recovers its startup configuration. The stack unconfigure clean command removes the unit's startup configuration. When you issue either command, the unit operates as a standalone unit once it reboots.

When a unit is removed from a stack, the active controller deletes the unit configuration if it has been dynamically learned. Refer to Brocade traditional stacking terminology for definitions of static and dynamic configurations.