RAID Rack Overview Mounting Holes Power Switch Top Cover System Reset Addonics Buzzer Reset T E C H N O L O G I E S LED Display Mounting Holes RAID Rack RR2035RPHES, RR2035AXHES, RR2035RPHML, RR2035AXHML th 4 5SA disk array Fans User’s Guide Power Supply 4 eSATA ports Power Switch: This is the switch to power on devices connected to the power supply. The power LED will light up to indicate power is supplied. Note: The main power switch located at the back of the enclosure must be turned on first. Reset Button: Not operational. Buzzer Reset: Pressing the button stops the buzzer from making a sound. The buzzer will make a sound when temperature inside the storage rack exceeds the temperature setting on the Thermal Management card. Power LED: Lights up when the power switch is turned on. TECHNICAL SUPPORT Phone: 408-453-6212 Hours: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm PST Email: http://www.addonics.com/support/query/ Temp LED: Lights up when temperature setting inside the storage rack exceeds the setting on the thermal card. Fan LED: Normally on when fan is operational. If an abnormal condition is detected, the LED flashes. HDD LED: Not operational. How to remove the top cover: 5SA Disk Array mounted on the RAID Rack Screw locations 1. 2. Locate the 2 screws at the back of the storage rack Turn screws counterclockwise to loosen. HD1 D7 D8 HD2 D2 D9 D10 D3 HD3 D4 D11 3. Lift the top cover and pull towards the rear end of the rack. D12 HD4 Overheat Buzzer Floppy Power Connector Reset Switch Connector Fan, temperature and power LED connectors Ambient Detect Terminal Fan detect Selection HD5 D1 – D5: HD1 – HD5 power switch D6: Reset Switch for buzzer alarm and Overheating Press the Reset Switch to stop the alarm, and Overheating LED goes off. D7 – D11: Power and HDD access LED LED light is GREEN when power is ON. LED light is blinking and its color is ORANGE indicating HDD access. Thermal Management Card on the RAID Rack Fan Connectors D5 D6 D13 D14 D1 Temp. Setting o o o (40 C, 50 C, 60 C) Features: Fan1 to Fan8 could be set either “ENABLE” or “DISABLE”. When all the fans are set on “DISABLE”, the Fan LED will have no light on. When Ambient temperature (or temperature inside the storage rack) is over the set temperature, the LED will flash and the buzzer will sound. POWER SWITCH Each individual hard drive on the disk array has its own power switch. TURNING ON a Hard Drive To turn on a hard drive, using a pointed object insert it on the circular slot (D1 – D5) located on top of the power logo and push it. The power and HDD access LED (D7 – D11) HD5 would light up (green color). TURNING OFF a Hard Drive To turn off a hard drive, using a pointed object insert it on the circular slot (D1 – D5) located on top of the power logo and push it. The power and HDD access LED (D7 – D11) goes off. J1 – Drive Activity LED H – Activity LED for eSATA host port lights up when it is connected to a SATA controller card. D0, D1, D2, D3 & D4 - Activity LEDs for port 1, 2, 3, & 4 light up when a drive is connected and blinks when there’s drive activity. Hardware Port Multiplier mounted inside the RAID Rack Floppy power connector SATA host port J3 – Error LED H – error LED for eSATA host port D0, D1, D2, D3 & D4 - error LED for port 1, 2, 3 & 4 buzzer SATA port 5 RAID setting jumper block (J4) SATA port 4 SATA port 1 Two Options for Setting RAID on the 5-port HPM-XA (only select one option) I. Using the JMicron HW RAID Manager utility program For Windows users, install the JMicron HW RAID Manager located on the SATA Controller CD. In the CD, go to RAID utilities > JMB393. This manager can be use to create and monitor the status of the RAID volume. SATA port 3 Error and drive activity LED jumper block (J1, J3) SATA port 2 Use the default factory RAID jumper setting when using the JMicron HW RAID Manager. J4 – RAID Setting Jumper Block II. BZS – Error buzzer function SET – RAID mode setting EZ – Automatic rebuilding to M2 – RAID mode 2 M1 – RAID mode 1 M0 – RAID mode 0 Using the onboard RAID setting jumper block (Complete the 7 steps below) Recommended to be used on operating system without JMicron HW RAID Manager support like Linux, Mac & Solaris. Windows users can also used the procedure below. spare drive 1. Set the J4 RAID setting jumper block as shown below. (ignore EZ pins, EZ is DISABLED) 2. Turn on the system power where the HPM is connected for at least 5 seconds for hardware initialization. This step acts as a reset. Power off the system power. On the J4 RAID setting jumper block, change (M0~M2) jumper setting to the desired RAID mode using the diagram on the next page as reference. Default factory RAID jumper setting 1. 2. 3. 4. Error buzzer function is DISABLED (BZS) RAID mode setting modification is DISABLED (SET) Auto-rebuilding to spare drive is ENABLED (EZ) Individual drive mode is ENABLED (M0~M2) Note: When the default factory RAID setting is used, independent drive configuration is supported only when connecting to controllers with Silicon Image Sil3124, Sil3132 chip set or controllers that are Port Multiplier (PM) compatible. LED Pin header 3. 4. All settings on the diagram shows RAID mode setting modification is ENAABLED (SET) Error buzzer function is DISABLED (BZS) B. Or to the diagram below where buzzer is ENABLED. Note: On the setting where buzzer is ENABLED, there is NO jumper on SET. RAID Setting Notes: When 2 drives are connected to the HPM-XA, and J4 is set to this setting, the 2 drives will be configured as a 2-drive RAID1 array. When 4 drives are connected to the HPM-XA, the 4 drives will be configured as a 4-drive RAID10 array. Clone’s action is similar to RAID1. However, all of the hard drives will be mirrored. Clone mode is useful especially when users like to copy data from a source hard drive to the drives connected to the HPM-XA. Note: Steps 1 ~ 4 needs to performed each time the raid mode is modified. 5. 6. 7. Power on the system power. Verify if the RAID array is detected by the system a. If the 5-port HPM-XA is connected to the motherboard onboard SATA, on the CMOS setup utility, the raid array will display as “Addonics H/W RAID5” if setup as a RAID5 array. b. If the 5-port HPM-XA is connected to an eSATA host controller card, on the RAID BIOS, the raid array will display as “Addonics H/W RAID0” if setup as a RAID0 array. c. If booted into Windows, in Disk Drives under Device Manager, the raid array will display as “Addonics H/W LARGE” if setup as a RAID0 array. Once raid array is verified, turn off the system then you MUST set back the RAID jumper setting to either: A. Default setting Notes on RAID Auto rebuild (Diagram shows default factory RAID jumper setting) In reference to the diagram, auto-rebuilding is ENABLED (EZ) When EZ mode is ENABLED, the degraded RAID group will start rebuilding automatically when you install a good drive to replace the failed drive. Cable Connections For Model: RR2035RPHES & RR2035AXHES 1. Connect one end of the eSATA cable to the eSATA port on the RAID Rack and the other end to the eSATA port on your system. For Model: RR2035RPHML, RR2035AXHML 1. Attach one end of the infiniband cable to the multilane port on the RAID Rack and the other end to the multilane port on your system.