Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Site Preparation Guide

Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays
Site Preparation Guide
Part No.: E20737-02
August 2011
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Contents
About This Guide
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Planning for the Installation
Customer Obligations
Safety Information
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Handling Precautions
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Secure Installation Requirements
Placement of a Product
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Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Specifications
Dimension and Weight Specifications
Environmental Requirements
Humidity
Altitude
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Airflow and Heat Dissipation
Acoustic Noise
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Shock and Vibration
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Electrical Requirements
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Site Wiring and Power
AC Power Input
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DC Power Input
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Controller Tray Power Factor Correction
Power Cords and Receptacles
AC Power Cords
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DC Power Connector Cables
Battery Life
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Configuration Worksheets
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About This Guide
The Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Site Preparation Guide describes facilities and system
requirements for installing Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays. Follow the guidelines as
outlined in this document when planning your installation.
This guide helps you make decisions about ventilation, electrical power, floor
loading, and network configuration. Conduct a power survey to make sure that the
storage array‚ and input power is free of noise, spikes, and fluctuations.
Before You Read This Guide
Before you begin to install Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays, you must have already read
the regulatory and safety requirements described in this book:
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Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Regulatory and Safety Compliance Manual
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Related Documentation
Task
Title
Review safety information
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Safety and Compliance Manual
Important Safety Information for Sun Hardware Systems
Review known issues and
workarounds
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Hardware Release Notes
Prepare the site
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Site Preparation Guide
Install the array
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Hardware Installation Guide
Install the management
software
Sun Storage Common Array Manager Quick Start Guide
Sun Storage Common Array Manager Installation and Setup
Guide
Install multipath driver
Sun StorageTek MPIO Device Specific Module Installation
Guide, For Microsoft Windows OS
Sun StorageTek RDAC Multipath Failover Driver Installation
Guide, For Linux OS
Manage the array
Sun Storage Common Array Manager Array Administration
Guide and Online Help
Troubleshooting and hardware
replacement procedures
Service Advisor, launched from Sun Storage Common
Array Manager
Sun Storage Common Array Manager Release Notes
Documentation, Support, and Training
These web sites provide additional resources:
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Documentation
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/documentation/oracleunified-ss-193371.html
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Support https://support.oracle.com
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Training https://education.oracle.com
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CHAPTER
1
Planning for the Installation
This chapter describes the requirements for preparing the customer site for
installation of Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays. It contains the following sections:
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“Customer Obligations” on page 1
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“Safety Information” on page 1
Customer Obligations
The customer is obliged to inform Oracle Corporation of any and all ordinances and
regulations that might affect the installation. The customer is responsible for meeting
all government codes and regulations concerning facilities. The customer is also
required to do the following:
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Comply with all local, national, and international codes covered in this
specification. The subjects covered include fire and safety, building, and electrical
codes.
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Document and inform Oracle Corporation of any deviations from this
specification.
Safety Information
Install Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays in accordance with the local safety codes and
regulations at the facility site. Make sure that you read the safety precautions in the
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Regulatory and Safety Compliance Manual.
The following sections contain additional safety information for the local facility:
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“Handling Precautions” on page 2
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“Secure Installation Requirements” on page 2
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“Placement of a Product” on page 2
Note – Do not make mechanical or electrical modifications to the equipment. Oracle
Corp. is not responsible for regulatory compliance of a modified product.
Handling Precautions
Caution – A fully populated cabinet can weigh in excess of 1500 pounds (682 kg).
Ensure that all surfaces this system will move over can withstand this load.
The cabinet is equipped with wheels so you can move it. Use enough personnel
when moving the cabinet, especially on sloped loading docks and ramps, to gain
access to a raised computer room floor. Move the cabinet slowly and deliberately,
and make sure that the floor is free from foreign objects and cables that the cabinet
could roll over.
Caution – To avoid injury, wear protective footwear when moving a system.
Secure Installation Requirements
To minimize personnel injury in the event of a seismic occurrence, you must securely
fasten the cabinet to a rigid structure extending from the floor to the ceiling, or from
the walls, of the room in which the cabinet is located.
Install the cabinet on a level surface. At each corner, on the base of the cabinet, are
adjustable nonskid pads. Extend these pads when the cabinet is installed to prevent
the cabinet from rolling. Do not use these pads to level the cabinet.
Placement of a Product
Allow enough room surrounding the cabinet for access to the cabinet and arrays for
maintenance.
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Caution – Do not block or cover the openings of your product. Never place a
product near a radiator or heat register. Failure to follow these guidelines can cause
overheating and affect the reliability of your product.
Air cools the system cabinets from front to back. Air enters at the front, circulates,
and is expelled at the back of the cabinet. The front and back door clearances
provide sufficient space for cooling. See Chapter 2 for specific clearance
specifications.
Chapter 1
Planning for the Installation
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CHAPTER
2
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays
Specifications
This chapter describes the physical, environmental, and electrical requirements for
the Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays. It contains the following sections:
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“Dimension and Weight Specifications” on page 6
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“Environmental Requirements” on page 7
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“Electrical Requirements” on page 9
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Dimension and Weight Specifications
The floor space at the installation site must be strong enough to support the
combined weight of the cabinet, controller trays, expansion trays, and associated
equipment. The site also requires sufficient space for installation, operation, and
servicing the arrays and sufficient ventilation to provide a free flow of air to the unit.
The total weight of an expansion tray depends on the number of drives installed.
TABLE 2-1 provides the physical dimensions and weight of the array.
TABLE 2-1
Dimensions and Weight
Width
Weight—Maximum*
Depth
Weight—Empty†
Components
Height
Controller tray
3.4 in. (8.64 cm) 19 in. (48.26 cm)
21.75 in. (55.25 cm) 59.52 lb (27 kg)
41.01 lb (18.60 kg)
Expansion tray
3.4 in. (8.64 cm) 19 in. (48.26 cm)
21.75 in. (55.25 cm) 57.98 lb (26.3 kg)
39.46 lb (17.9 kg)
* Maximum weight indicates a controller tray with all of its drives and other components installed. Because drive weights can vary, this
value can vary from the value specified as much as either 0.66 lb (0.3 kg) times the maximum number of drives per controller tray for
3.5-in. SATA drives or 0.18 lb (0.08 kg) times the maximum number of drives per controller tray for 2.5-in. SATA drives.
† Empty weight indicates a controller tray with the controller modules, the power-fan modules, and the drives removed.
TABLE 2-2 provides the weight for array components.
TABLE 2-2
Controller Tray Component Weight
Component
Weight
Controller module
4.70 lb (2.131 kg)
Power-fan module
5.51 lb (2.5 kg)
2.5-in. SATA drive
0.66 lb (0.3 kg)
3.5-in. SATA drive
2.2 lb (1.0 kg)
TABLE 2-3
Controller Tray Shipping Weight
Height
9.5 in. (24.13
Width
cm)*
25 in. (63.50 cm)
* Controller tray with twelve 3.5-in. drives.
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Depth
23 in. (58.42 cm)
Environmental Requirements
This section describes the environmental conditions that are prerequisite to installing
the unit, and heat conditions that are generated by normal operation of the unit.
TABLE 2-4 lists the environmental conditions in which the array is designed to
operate.
TABLE 2-4
Controller Tray Temperature*
Parameter
Requirement
Operating range (both cabinet and subsystem)
50˚F to 104˚F (10˚C to 40˚C)
Maximum rate of change
50˚F (10˚C) per hour
Storage range
14˚F to 122˚F (–10˚C to 50˚C)
Maximum rate of change
59˚F (15˚C) per hour
Transit change
–40˚F to 140˚F (–40˚C to 60˚C)
Maximum rate of change
68˚F (20˚C) per hour
* If you plan to operate a system at an altitude between 3280 feet to 9842 feet (1000 meters to 3000 meters) above
sea level, lower the environmental temperature 3.3˚F (1.7˚C) for every 3280 feet (1000 meters) above sea level.
Humidity
TABLE 2-5 lists the relative humidity ranges of the controller tray.
TABLE 2-5
Humidity (noncondensing)
Parameter
Specification
Operating range (both cabinet and
subsystem)
20% to 80% (noncondensing)
Storage range
10% to 90%
Transit range
5% to 90%
Operating gradient
50˚F (10˚C) per hour maximum
Storage gradient
59˚F (15˚C) per hour maximum
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TABLE 2-5
Humidity (noncondensing)
Parameter
Specification
Transit gradient
68˚F (20˚C) per hour maximum
Maximum dew point
79˚F (26˚C)
Maximum gradient
10% per hour
Altitude
TABLE 2-6 lists the altitude specifications for the array.
TABLE 2-6
Altitude Ranges for the Controller Tray
Environment
Specification
Operating
100 ft (30.5 m) below sea level to 9840 ft (3000 m) above sea level
Storage
100 ft (30.5 m) below sea level to 9840 ft (3000 m) above sea level
Transit
100 ft (30.5 m) below sea level to 40,000 ft (12,000 m) above sea level
Airflow and Heat Dissipation
TABLE 2-7
Position
Clearance
Front
30 in. (76 cm)
Back
24 in. (61 cm)
TABLE 2-8
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Airflow and Minimum Clearance
Power and Heat Dissipation for the Controller Tray
Component
KVA
Watts (AC)
Btu/Hr
Controller modules with two power-fan
modules and 12 drives
0.400
399
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Acoustic Noise
TABLE 2-9
Acoustic Noise at 25˚C for the Controller Tray
Measurement
Level
Sound power (standby operation)
6.2 bels maximum
Sound pressure (normal operation)
6.2 bels maximum
Shock and Vibration
TABLE 2-10 lists the shock and vibration specifications for the controller tray.
TABLE 2-10
Shock and Vibration
Condition
Parameter
Specification
Vibration
Operating
5-500-5 Hz, sinusoidal
Nonoperating (unpacked)
5-500-5 Hz, sinusoidal, 1 octave per minute, flat profile .50 G
Operating (no damage)
10-g peak acceleration, 5 ms duration, 1/2 sine pulse
Nonoperating (unpacked)
20-g peak acceleration, 8 ms duration, trapezoidal pulse
Shock
Electrical Requirements
This section provides information regarding site power and wiring, AC power
requirements, DC power requirements, and power cord routing instructions.
Site Wiring and Power
The controller tray uses wide-ranging redundant power supplies that automatically
accommodate voltages to the AC power source or the optional –48-VDC power
source. The power supplies meet standard voltage requirements for both North
American (USA and Canada) operation and worldwide (except USA and Canada)
operation. They use standard industrial wiring with line-to-neutral or line-to-line
power connections.
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Note – Power for the optional –48-VDC power configuration is supplied by a
centralized DC power plant instead of the AC power source in the cabinet. Refer to
the associated manufacturer’s documentation for specific DC power source
requirements.
Consider the following information when preparing the array’s installation site:
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Protective ground—Site wiring must include a protective ground connection to
the AC power source or the optional –48-VDC power source.
Note – Protective ground is also known as safety ground or chassis ground.
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Circuit overloading—Power circuits and associated circuit breakers must provide
sufficient power and overload protection. To prevent possible damage to the
array, isolate its power source from large switching loads (such as airconditioning motors, elevator motors, and factory loads).
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Power interruptions—The controller tray can withstand the following applied
voltage interruptions (with or without an integrated uninterruptible power
supply [UPS]):
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Input transient—50 percent of the nominal voltage
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Duration—One-half cycle
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Frequency—Once every 10 seconds
Power failures—If a total power failure occurs, the controller tray automatically
performs a power-on recovery sequence without operator intervention after
power is restored.
Note – When a power failure occurs, the controller tray uses battery power to back
up the data that is in cache.
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AC Power Input
The AC power sources must provide the correct voltage, current, and frequency
specified on the tray model and serial number label. The tray can run without
interruption within the limits shown in TABLE 2-11.
TABLE 2-11
Tray AC Power Requirements
Condition
Specification
Input voltage
100 - 240V
Input frequency
50 or 60Hz
Input current
7.0 - 2.9A
DC Power Input
The DC power source must provide the correct voltage, current, and frequency
specified on the array nameplate label and the serial number label.
Nominal input voltages for the DC power source are as follows:
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Input voltage: –42 to -60VDC
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Operating current: 21.7 to 15.3A
Controller Tray Power Factor Correction
Power factor correction is applied within the power supply, which maintains the
power factor of the controller tray at greater than 0.95 with nominal input voltage.
Power Cords and Receptacles
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays are shipped with either two AC power cords or two DC
power cords per tray, depending on the configuration ordered.
AC Power Cords
Each AC power cord connects one of the power supplies in a tray to an independent,
external AC power source, such as a wall receptacle or a UPS.
If you have a cabinet with internal power cabling, such as a ladder cord, you do not
need the AC power cords that are shipped with the controller-drive tray.
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DC Power Connector Cables
Each –48-VDC power connector cable plugs into the DC power connector on the
back of the controller tray. The three source wires on the other end of the power
connector cable connect the tray to centralized DC power plant equipment, typically
through a bus bar above the cabinet.
Caution – A qualified service person is required to make this DC power connection
according to NEC and CEC guidelines.
Caution – Risk of electrical shock—This unit has more than one power source. To
remove all power from the unit, all DC MAINS must be disconnected by removing
all power connectors from the power supplies.
Two (optionally four) DC power connector cables are provided with each controller
or expansion tray. Two DC power connectors are on the back of each tray’s DC
power supply if additional redundancy is required.
Note – It is not mandatory that the second DC power connection on the array’s DC
power supplies be connected. The second DC power connection is provided for
additional redundancy only and may be connected to a second DC power bus.
Battery Life
For a fully rated battery backup unit (BBU) battery life, cell limitations are listed in
TABLE 2-12.
TABLE 2-12
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Battery Life Specifications
Operating
50˚F to 95˚F (10˚C to 35˚C)
Storage
(up to three months)
14˚F to 113˚F (-10˚C to 45˚C)
Transit
(up to seven days)
-4˚F to 140˚F (-20˚C to 60˚C)
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APPENDIX
A
Configuration Worksheets
Use the worksheets in this appendix to help you collect the information you need to
perform the installation.
TABLE A-1 lists the information you need to collect to configure the array.
TABLE A-1
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Configuration Worksheet
Controller A MAC address:
Controller B MAC address:
Controller A IP address:
Controller B IP address:
Management host IP address:
Network mask:
Name server domain name:
IP address of the domain name server (DNS):
Gateway IP address:
Email notification address:
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TABLE A-2 lists the information you need to collect for each data host connected to
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays.
TABLE A-2
Sun Storage 2500-M2 Arrays Data Host Information
Host name:
Vendor:
Model:
Operating system:
Patch/Service pack:
Number of HBAs:
HBA World Wide Name
(WWN):
HBA model:
HBA driver:
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