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Additional Notes for RAID Card
GP5-150/1501/151
Thank you for purchasing the Fujitsu RAID Card GP5-150/1501/151. This document is an addendum to the User
Guide supplied with this product. Read this document before you use this product.
July 2001, FUJITSU LIMITED
Notes for RAID Card
1. Supported Features.
Supported operating
systems
2 channels
Windows NT4.0SP6A
GP5-150
None
64MB
0, 1, 5, 0+1*
Ultra160
Windows 2000
2 channels
Windows NT4.0SP6A
GP5-1501
Present
64MB
0, 1, 5, 0+1*
Ultra160
Windows 2000
1 channel
Windows NT4.0SP6A
GP5-151
None
32MB
0, 1, 5, 0+1*
Ultra160
Windows 2000
*RAID 0+1 is currently not supported yet. Do not use RAID 0+1 until this restriction is lifted.
Product
SCSI spec
BBM*
Cache
Supported
RAID level
2. User Guide CD-ROM
The documents contained in this CD-ROM are as follows:
Do1010_1.pdf
Do1011_1.pdf
Do1012_1.pdf
Do1013_1.pdf
Do1014_1.pdf
(SCSI RAID Family Quick Start Guide)
(Storage Management Software User's Guide)
(Storage Manager Pro User's Guide)
(2100S SCSI RAID Installation Guide)
(3000S Series SCSI RAID Installation Guide)
Please read Do1010_1.pdf before you start.
For Software details, refer to Do1011_1.pdf.
For Hardware Installation instructions, refer to Do1013_1.pdf. Do1014_1.pdf.
Note: We recommend that you read all documents including the precautions and restrictions in this document before you start.
Warning: Do not use the prohibited functions described in this document.
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3. BIOS settings
Be sure to set the BIOS to the following values before creating an array in SMOR.
Smart ROM Configuration
Bootable Devices
Enable Bootable CD-ROMs
Blank
DOS/Windows 3.1 Cache Setting
Write Through
Scan Delay
Default
Smart ROM Options
EBDA Relocation
Blank
Enable Extended Int13
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PCI MWI Enable
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Note: If the server documentation recommends alternate settings, please use the parameter settings recommended
by the server.
4. Bus Configuration
Do not change these parameters.
Parameter
ID
Default
7
Type
Ultra160
Transfer Rate
Ultra160
Width
16 Bit
Termination
Auto
TERMPWR
On
Meaning
SCSI ID of this controller
(0-7)
Type of SCSI Bus
(Ultra, Ultra2, Ultra160, 10/8/5MHz, Asynchronous)
Type of SCSI Bus
(Ultra, Ultra2, Ultra160, 10/8/5MHz, Asynchronous)
SCSI Bus Width
(8, 16 Bit)
SCSI Termination
(Off, On, High Only)
Termination Power Setting
(Off, On, Auto)
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Precautions
1. DO NOT use the "Expand Array" function.
2. When using this product on the server.
WARNING
Before using this product on Windows NT4.0 or Windows 2000 System, be sure to
update the device driver and the storage manager from Drivers FDs supplied with
this products. Otherwise, the system may be hang up.
About the updating method, please see the User’s Guide of this products..
3. When adding this product on the server.
WARNING
Before adding this product on Windows NT4.0 or Windows 2000 System, which
has been installed RAID Card GP5-150/1501/151, be sure to update the device
driver and the storage manager from Drivers FDs supplied with this products and
reboot the system before adding this products. Otherwise, the system may unable
to start.
About the updating method, please see the User’s Guide of this products..
4. When installing this product on the server.
WARNING
Before installing this product in the server, be sure to turn off the server and all
other devices connected to it and unplug all power cords from the AC outlets. If
this product is installed when the server and connected devices are switched on, it
may cause a malfunction, fire, electric shock, etc.
CAUTION
The temperature of this product is extremely high while the server is operating.
Before handling/removing this product from the server, turn off the server and
wait for it to cool down.
#"Don’t connect this product with any device (CD-ROM drive, MO drive, DAT drive, etc.) other than hard
disks.
#"Don't connect any hard disks to this product other than those specified by the server.
#"Don't connect any SCSI cable except the specified cable for this product.
#"If an internal/external SCSI connector is used, don’t use the external/internal connector on the same
channel.
#"Don't connect this product with hard disks which have the same capacity but different rotational speed.
#"Pre-used hard disk drives may contain unnecessary partition table data or RAID configuration data. This
data may cause unexpected problems. For Pre-used hard disk drives please execute a low level format of
the drives prior to connecting them physically to this product.
5. When using this product
#"For the IRQ(interrupt level) of this product, refer to the instructions provided with the server. If nothing is
specified with the server, avoid IRQ sharing with another card.
#"When connecting a hard disk that was previously used in a disk array to a general SCSI adapter, always
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perform a low level reformat before it is used with the SCSI adapter.
#"While the server is turned on, do not remove any hard disks (non hot-swap). This excludes replacing a
failed hard disk with another (hot-swap) while the server is turned on.
#"When turning on the server immediately after turning it off, wait for 10 seconds or more to avoid reset
problems.
#"This product doesn’t support clustering.
#"Some past event logs may be logged into the Event Viewer right after Windows NT/2000 is installed.
Ignore those events.
#"Command Line Utility is not supported.
#"Timeout may be logged in the system log of the event log. This log is recorded when Windows accessed
this product and detected the timeout, but Window do retry it. Therefore there is no problem.
#"If you install an operating system into an array, you must include the hard disk that has the lowest channel
number and an ID into that array. That array's LSU should be numbered to (0, 0, 0, 0) if the ID (0, 0, 0, 0)
exists.
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6. Precaution about connecting a Wide SCSI cable to this product.
A Wide SCSI cable at the server may not be connected to this product because of the width of the cable.
Remove the strain relief of the connector on the RAID Card side by the following.
i) Remove the strain relief of the connector on the RAID Card side by the minus driver or something
else.
ii) After removing the strain relief, connect the cable to the RAID Card.
7. When using Server Wizard at the server including both this product and GP5-14X.
When there are both this product and GP5-14X in the same server and there is a system drive in GP5-14X, the
installation of Windows 2000 by Server Wizard will be failed. If you want to use Server Wizard, do not create
any system drive in GP5-14X.
8. When using SMOR
#"Note the following when you create an array.
$" Do not change the Stripe Size.
$" Only use drives of the same model/type (same capacity and same rotational speed) in the same array.
#"The following functions are not supported. Do NOT use these functions.
$" Flash HBA in Action menu.
$" Test Alarm in Action menu.
$" Make Boot Floppy in Action menu.
#"Before replacing Hotspare drives please note the following.
$" Prepare the same drive model/type (same capacity and same rotational speed) as the drive requiring
replacement in the array.
$" If there is more than one array, prepare the same drive model/type (same capacity and same rotational
speed) for each drive requiring replacement in each array.
#"It is not supported to use a redirected drive. If there is a redirected drive, remove that redirected drive and
use that drive as one included in an array or Hot Spare. The following is how to delete a redirected drive.
1. Select an array group displayed as "Redirected".
2. Select RAID-Delete, and select 'Yes' in the dialog box of the confirmation for deleting.
3. Select File-Set System Config.
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9. When using Storage Manager
#"Note the following when installing Storage Manager,
$" Install "Broadcast service".
$" Do not install "Update driver".
$" Installing "Communication server" and "SNMP System Agent" is an option.
#"Install "SNMP System Agent" if you use Serverview, or you will not be able to receive any SNMP traps of
GP5-150/1501/151.
#"Note the following when you create an array.
$" Do not change the Stripe Size.
$" Only use the same drive model/type (same capacity and same rotational speed) in the same array.
$" Note that all existing data will be lost when you create a new array.
#"Before replacing Hotspare drives please note the following.
$" Prepare the same drive model/type (same capacity and same rotational speed) as the drive requiring
replacement in the array.
$" If there is more than one array, prepare the same drive model/type (same capacity and same rotational
speed) for each drive requiring replacement in each array.
#"Note that data in an array may be lost when you use Fail Drive.
#"The following functions are not supported. Do NOT use these functions.
$" Any functions to the operating system that is not Windows NT/Windows 2000.
$" Load/Save Configuration File in File menu.
$" Flash Configuration.
$" Naming an array group.
$" Formatting drives.
$" Events.
$" HBA Caching Configuration.
$" Audible Alarms. Always select "Turn Off Audible Alarms".
$" Background Task Priority. Always set it "Foreground".
$" Controller/Device I/O Statistics.
$" Pager Event Messaging.
#"Close the Storage Manager Window during rebuilding an array.
#"Always leave the following check boxes checked.
$" Low: Auto Write-Through
$" Predictive Failure Warning
#"It is not supported to use a redirected drive. If there is a redirected drive, remove that redirected drive and
use that drive as one included in an array or Hot Spare. The following is how to delete a redirected drive.
1. Select the icon of Redirect in the Logical Configuration View Window.
2. Select Delete Array Group.
3. Select 'No' in the following Window.
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4. Select File-Set System Configuration.
$" When you create an array or Hot Spare by using the drive released from Redirect, the following
message may appear. In that case, create an array or Hot Spare by SMOR.
10.
Battery Backup Module
A battery, which is one of the life component, is mounted on GP5-1501, and it needs to be replaced every
two years.
A new battery can hold the cache dirty data for 48 hours, but the hold time shortens with time. The battery
life depends on its operating environment and the degradation becomes more intense in high temperature
especially. As rule of thumb, battery needs to be replaced every two years in 25 degrees C (ambient
temperature of server). A intensely degraded battery causes a liquid leakage in the worst case. Use below
table and replace the battery regularly.
Schedule of Battery Replacement
Purchase Day¹
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regularly.
#"Be sure to replace the battery on schedule.
#"Please put the attached seal at the place where you can see easily and check your schedule.
#"The cost is needed for the battery replacement.
#"When the battery backup circuitry detects the voltage drop, it checks the status of the disk cache. If the
cache is empty, the battery backup circuitry does nothing. If the cache contains data during a power failure
the battery backup circuitry will maintain cache data integrity until the power is restored.
#"When the battery charged level is lower than the value set at Low Auto Write-Through value in Battery
Backup Configuration, it operates in the Write Through mode.
#"The battery is recyclable. At the end of it's useful life, under various states and local laws, it may be illegal to
dispose of this battery into the municipal waste stream. Check with your local solid waste officials for details in
your area for recycling options or proper disposal.
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11.
Icons in Storage Manager
The following icons show the kind of RAID or some Units.
Icon
Meaning
This is an array's icon.
This is a SIMM module's icon. This is always displayed because this product has a memory
module.
This is a battery's icon. This is displayed when the battery backup module is installed onto this
product.
This means an uncofigured Hard Disk.
This means Hard Disk in the array.
This is a Hotspare drive's icon. This is displayed when Hard Disk is assigned to Hotspare.
This is LSU icon. This is Logical Drive to be accessed by the operating system.
This means RAID 0 group. Data would be lost when one Hard Disk was broken down.
This means RAID 1 without Hotspare. Data is being mirrored into two drives. You should
replace the drive and rebuild the drive when one Hard Disk was broken down because there is
not Hotspare.
This means RAID 5 without Hotspare. Data is being striped with a parity. You should replace
the drive and rebuild the drive when one Hard Disk was broken because there is not Hotspare.
This means RAID 1 with Hotspare. Data will be recovered by Hotspare even though one Hard
Disk was broken.
This means RAID 1 with Hotspare. Data will be recovered by Hotspare even though one Hard
Disk was broken.
This is a redirected drive's icon. This is displayed when Hard Disk is redirected.
This is SAF-TE processor's icon. SAF-TE processor is watching the insertion or the removal of
Hard Disk.
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12.
Status in SMOR and Storage Manager
Status Flags show the status in Storage Manager. Status flags used in SMOR and Storage Manager are as follows.
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Flags in Storage Manager
Color
None
RED
(Failed)
YELLOW
(Warning)
WHITE
(Impacted)
BLUE
(Building)
BLACK
(Missing)
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Meaning
Normal.
This means there is a faulty Hard Disk in the array.
The array is working but without redundancy.
The array is in Verification mode, the Hard Disk is in the process of Rebuilding, or there is a Hard Disk
that does not respond. It will take time to perform normal I/O operations.
An array is in Building or Rebuilding mode, or the Hard Disk is being formatted.
A Hard Disk is not responding or an array has not yet been configured.
Status of an array.
Flag
SMOR
Storage
Manager
None
Optimal
Optimal
RED
Dead
Dead
Degraded
Degraded
YELLOW
WHITE
BLUE
BLACK
Created
Dead
Verify
---Building
Rebuilding
Expanding
Verify/Fix
Impacted
Building
Reconstructing
Expanding
Not Set Into
Hardware
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Condition
Normal.
This is displayed when two or more Hard Disks in a RAID 1 or RAID
5 configuration fail, or when one of the Hard Disks in a RAID 0
configuration fails. Data has been lost. Reconfigure the array and
restore from backup data.
The array is working but without redundancy (RAID 1 or RAID 5).
The array needs to be rebuilt and reconfigured. (Replace the Hard Disk
and rebuild it.)
Building of the array is incomplete and it is also not in the Building
process. Complete Building the array.
Verification mode is in progress.
There is Hard Disk that does not respond.
Building is in progress.
Rebuilding is in progress.
Expanding array is in progress.
The System Configuration has not been set. This is displayed after
creating an array, or after redirection. Please Set the System
Configuration.
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Status of Hard Disk
Flag
SMOR
Storage
Manager
Optimal
Optimal
Not Set Into
Hardware
Not Initialized
Uninitialized
Uninitialized
Not
Configured
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None
RED
Failed
Failed Drive
WHITE
Impacted
Replaced Drive
BLUE
Formatting
Formatting
BLACK
Missing
Component
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Condition
Normal
The System Configuration has not been set. This is displayed after
creating an array, or after redirection. Please Set the System
Configuration.
Building of the array is incomplete and it is also not in the Building
process. Complete Building the array.
This Hard Disk is not configured.
This Hard Disk is broken. In RAID 1 or RAID 5, replace the Hard Disk
and Rebuild.
In RAID 0, data was lost. Reconfigure the array and restore data from
back up source.
Rebuilding of the array is in progress.
Low level formatting is in progress. Do not cut the power supply of the
server and the cabinet until it is complete.
The Hard Disk is not responding. Check the connection of Hard Disk.
This is displayed in the Tree View in SMOR.
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