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ETERNUS DX100 S3/DX200 S3
Disk storage system
Operation Guide (Basic)
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Preface
Fujitsu would like to thank you for purchasing our FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX100 S3/DX200 S3 Disk storage
system (hereinafter referred to as ETERNUS DX).
The ETERNUS DX is designed to be connected to Fujitsu servers (Fujitsu M10, PRIMEQUEST, or PRIMERGY) or
non-Fujitsu servers.
This manual describes the operation management and maintenance of the ETERNUS DX.
This manual is intended for use of the ETERNUS DX in regions other than Japan.
Please carefully review the information outlined in this manual.
Sixth Edition
November 2015
About This Manual
Organization
This manual is composed of the following seven chapters:
• "Chapter 1 Component Name/LED Name" (page 14)
This chapter provides component names of the ETERNUS DX.
• "Chapter 2 Basic Operation" (page 43)
This chapter explains how to turn on and off the ETERNUS DX and how to operate the buttons on the operation panel.
• "Chapter 3 Storage System Monitoring" (page 53)
This chapter describes the status monitoring of the ETERNUS DX.
• "Chapter 4 Process Time (Estimated)" (page 57)
This chapter explains the estimated time that is required for volume formatting and for rebuild/copyback
for each RAID level configuration.
• "Chapter 5 Component Expansion/Function Enhancement " (page 60)
This chapter explains how to install drives, drive enclosures, and host ports in the ETERNUS DX.
• "Chapter 6 Maintenance" (page 103)
This chapter describes maintenance once the ETERNUS DX starts to be operated.
• "Chapter 7 Troubleshooting" (page 104)
This chapter explains troubleshooting when errors occur on the ETERNUS DX.
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Naming Conventions
■ Product Names
• The following abbreviations are used for Microsoft® Windows Server®.
Product name
Abbreviation
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Datacenter
Windows Server 2008
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Datacenter
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Enterprise
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Enterprise
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 for Itanium-Based Systems
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Product name
Abbreviation
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 Datacenter
Windows Server 2012
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012
R2 Datacenter
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 R2 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 Essentials
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 R2 Essentials
• The following abbreviations are used for Red Hat Linux.
Product name
Abbreviation
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (for x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (for Intel64)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (for x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (for Intel64)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (for Intel 64)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
■ Symbols Used in This Manual
The following symbols are used throughout this manual:
This indicates information for the user to note when using the ETERNUS DX. Please be
sure to read this information.
This indicates supplementary and reference information.
■ Abbreviations Used in This Manual
• "ETERNUS DX100 S3" refers to the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX100 S3 Disk storage system and "ETERNUS
DX200 S3" refers to the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX200 S3 Disk storage system.
• "ETERNUS DX" refers to the ETERNUS DX100 S3 and ETERNUS DX200 S3 Disk storage systems.
• "CA" refers to a host interface module that is used in an ETERNUS DX to connect to a server.
• "Host Bus Adapter (HBA)" refers to an interface module that is normally used in a server to connect to
ETERNUS DX storage systems.
• Trademark symbols such as ™ and ® are omitted in this document.
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Warning Signs
Warning signs are shown throughout this manual in order to prevent injury to the user and/or material damage. These signs are composed of a symbol and a message describing the recommended level of caution.
The following explains the symbol, its level of caution, and its meaning as used in this manual.
This symbol indicates the possibility of serious or fatal injury if the ETERNUS DX is not
used properly.
This symbol indicates the possibility of minor or moderate personal injury, as well as
damage to the ETERNUS DX and/or to other users and their property, if the ETERNUS DX
is not used properly.
This symbol indicates IMPORTANT information for the user to note when using the ETERNUS DX.
The following symbols are used to indicate the type of warnings or cautions being described.
Electric Shock
The triangle emphasizes the urgency of the WARNING and CAUTION contents. Inside
the triangle and above it are details concerning the symbol (e.g. Electrical Shock).
No Disassembly
Unplug
The barred "Do Not..." circle warns against certain actions. The action which must be
avoided is both illustrated inside the barred circle and written above it (e.g. No Disassembly).
The black "Must Do..." circle indicates actions that must be taken. The required action is both illustrated inside the black disk and written above it (e.g. Unplug).
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How Warnings are Presented in This Manual
A message is written beside the symbol indicating the caution level. This message is marked with a vertical
ribbon in the left margin, to distinguish this warning from ordinary descriptions.
A display example is shown here.
Warning level indicator
Example warning
Warning type indicator
Warning details
CAUTION
Do
• To avoid damaging the ETERNUS DX, pay attention to the following points
when cleaning the ETERNUS DX:
- Make sure to disconnect the power when cleaning.
- Be careful that no liquid seeps into the ETERNUS DX when using
cleaners, etc.
- Do not use alcohol or other solvents to clean the ETERNUS DX.
Warning layout ribbon
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Component Name/LED Name
14
1.1 Controller Enclosures.................................................................................................................... 14
1.1.1 Front ...................................................................................................................................................................14
1.1.2 Rear ....................................................................................................................................................................15
1.1.3 Components (Front) ...........................................................................................................................................17
1.1.4 Components (Rear) ............................................................................................................................................20
1.2 2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure ...................................................................................................... 27
1.2.1 Front ...................................................................................................................................................................27
1.2.2 Rear ....................................................................................................................................................................28
1.2.3 Components (Front) ...........................................................................................................................................29
1.2.4 Components (Rear) ............................................................................................................................................31
1.3 High-density Drive Enclosure ....................................................................................................... 34
1.3.1 Front ...................................................................................................................................................................34
1.3.2 Rear ....................................................................................................................................................................34
1.3.3 Components (Front) ...........................................................................................................................................35
1.3.4 Components (Internal) .......................................................................................................................................37
1.3.5 Components (Rear).............................................................................................................................................38
1.4 Power Distribution Units (for Regions other than the EMEIA, North American, Central American,
and Caribbean Regions)................................................................................................................ 41
1.4.1 Power Distribution Units (1U).............................................................................................................................41
1.4.2 Power Distribution Units (2U).............................................................................................................................42
Chapter 2 Basic Operation
43
2.1 Powering On and Off .................................................................................................................... 43
2.1.1 Switching On and Off the Main Line Switch on the Power Distribution Unit (for Regions other than the EMEIA,
North American, Central American, and Caribbean Regions) ................................................................................43
2.1.2 Switching On and Off the PSU Switch on the Power Supply Unit .........................................................................46
2.1.3 Powering On .......................................................................................................................................................48
2.1.4 Powering Off .......................................................................................................................................................49
2.2 Using the FUNCTION Button ......................................................................................................... 51
Chapter 3 Storage System Monitoring
53
3.1 Checking LED Status ..................................................................................................................... 53
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3.2 Displaying Status via ETERNUS Web GUI....................................................................................... 53
3.3 Displaying Status via ETERNUS CLI................................................................................................ 54
3.4 Event Notification......................................................................................................................... 55
3.5 Audit Log...................................................................................................................................... 56
Chapter 4 Process Time (Estimated)
57
4.1 Volume Formatting Time.............................................................................................................. 57
4.2 Rebuild/Copyback Process Time.................................................................................................... 58
Chapter 5 Component Expansion/Function Enhancement
60
5.1 Installing Additional Drives .......................................................................................................... 60
5.1.1 Installable Drives ................................................................................................................................................60
5.1.2 Drive Handling Instructions ................................................................................................................................61
5.1.3 Additional Drive Installation Procedure ..............................................................................................................62
5.2 Installing Additional Drive Enclosures .......................................................................................... 72
5.2.1 Installable Drive Enclosures ................................................................................................................................72
5.2.2 Drive Enclosure Handling Instructions ................................................................................................................72
5.2.3 Additional Drive Enclosure Installation Procedure ..............................................................................................74
5.3 Installing Long Wave SFP+ Modules (16Gbit/s) ............................................................................ 93
5.3.1 Installation Rules for Long Wave SFP+ Modules (16Gbit/s) .................................................................................93
5.3.2 Installable Long Wave SFP+ Modules (16Gbit/s) .................................................................................................93
5.3.3 SFP+ Module Handling Instructions ....................................................................................................................93
5.3.4 Long Wave SFP+ Modules (16Gbit/s) Installation Procedure ...............................................................................94
5.4 Adding Servers ............................................................................................................................. 96
5.4.1 RAID Group Creation ...........................................................................................................................................96
5.4.2 Volume Creation .................................................................................................................................................97
5.4.3 Connection Setup................................................................................................................................................98
Chapter 6 Maintenance
103
6.1 Periodic Backup.......................................................................................................................... 103
6.2 Maintenance Service .................................................................................................................. 103
6.2.1 Maintenance Support Period ............................................................................................................................103
6.2.2 Related Service .................................................................................................................................................103
Chapter 7 Troubleshooting
104
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7.1 Check List ................................................................................................................................... 104
7.2 Required Information for Inquiries ............................................................................................. 112
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List of Figures
Figure 1.1
Figure 1.2
Figure 1.3
Figure 1.4
Figure 1.5
Figure 1.6
Figure 1.7
Figure 1.8
Figure 1.9
Figure 1.10
Figure 1.11
Figure 1.12
Figure 1.13
Figure 1.14
Figure 1.15
Figure 1.16
Figure 1.17
Figure 1.18
Figure 1.19
Figure 1.20
Figure 1.21
Figure 1.22
Figure 1.23
Figure 1.24
Figure 1.25
Figure 1.26
Figure 1.27
Figure 1.28
Figure 1.29
Figure 1.30
Figure 1.31
Figure 1.32
Figure 1.33
Figure 1.34
Figure 1.35
Figure 1.36
Figure 1.37
Figure 1.38
Figure 1.39
Figure 1.40
Figure 1.41
Figure 2.1
Figure 2.2
Figure 2.3
Figure 2.4
Figure 2.5
Figure 2.6
Front View of a 2.5" Type Controller Enclosure..........................................................................................14
Front View of a 3.5" Type Controller Enclosure..........................................................................................15
Rear View of a Controller Enclosure (When Only One Controller Is Installed)............................................15
Rear View of a Controller Enclosure (When Two Controllers Are Installed)................................................16
Operation Panel (Controller Enclosure) ....................................................................................................17
2.5" Drives ................................................................................................................................................19
Drive Slot Numbers (2.5" Type Controller Enclosure) ................................................................................19
3.5" Drives ................................................................................................................................................19
Drive Slot Numbers (3.5" Type Controller Enclosure) ................................................................................19
Controllers................................................................................................................................................20
Controllers................................................................................................................................................20
FC Interface (Installed in a Controller)......................................................................................................22
Host Interface for FC Cable Connection (Installed in a Controller) ............................................................23
Host Interface for Copper Twinax Cable Connection (Installed in a Controller) .........................................23
iSCSI 1Gbit/s Interface (Installed in a Controller) ......................................................................................24
SAS Interface (Installed in a Controller)....................................................................................................24
Ethernet 1Gbit/s Interface (Installed in a Controller)................................................................................25
Power Supply Unit (Controller Enclosure) .................................................................................................26
Front View of a 2.5" Type Drive Enclosure.................................................................................................27
Front View of a 3.5" Type Drive Enclosure.................................................................................................27
Rear View of a Drive Enclosure (When Only One I/O Module Is Installed) .................................................28
Rear View of a Drive Enclosure (When Two I/O Modules Are Installed) .....................................................28
Operation Panel (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure).....................................................................................29
2.5" Drives ................................................................................................................................................30
Drive Slot Numbers (2.5" Type Drive Enclosure) .......................................................................................30
3.5" Drives ................................................................................................................................................31
Drive Slot Numbers (3.5" Type Drive Enclosure) .......................................................................................31
I/O Module (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure) .............................................................................................32
Power Supply Unit (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure)..................................................................................33
Front View of a High-density Drive Enclosure ...........................................................................................34
Rear View of a High-density Drive Enclosure ............................................................................................34
Operation Panel (High-density Drive Enclosure) ......................................................................................35
Disk Activity Panel (DAP)..........................................................................................................................36
Drives for High-density Drive Enclosures ..................................................................................................37
Drive Slot Numbers for High-density Drive Enclosures..............................................................................37
I/O Module (High-density Drive Enclosure) ..............................................................................................38
Fan Expander Module ..............................................................................................................................39
Power Supply Unit (High-density Drive Enclosure) ...................................................................................40
Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 1U, 4 Outlets)...............................................................................41
Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 2U, 12 Outlets).............................................................................42
Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 2U, 16 Outlets).............................................................................42
ON Position (Marked "|") of the Main Line Switches on a 1U Power Distribution Unit ..............................43
ON Position (Marked "|") of the Main Line Switches on a 2U Power Distribution Unit ..............................44
OFF Position (Marked "¡") of the Main Line Switches on a 1U Power Distribution Unit ...........................44
OFF Position (Marked "¡") of the Main Line Switches on a 2U Power Distribution Unit ...........................45
ON Position (Marked "|") of the PSU Switch on a Power Supply Unit ........................................................46
OFF Position (Marked "¡") of the PSU Switch of a Power Supply Unit ......................................................47
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List of Figures
Figure 3.1
Figure 3.2
Figure 3.3
ETERNUS Web GUI Screen .........................................................................................................................53
Event Notification ....................................................................................................................................56
Audit Log..................................................................................................................................................56
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List of Tables
Table 1.1
Table 1.2
Table 1.3
Table 1.4
Table 1.5
Table 1.6
Table 1.7
Table 1.8
Table 1.9
Table 1.10
Table 1.11
Table 1.12
Table 1.13
Table 3.1
Table 3.2
Table 4.1
Table 4.2
Table 4.3
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Operation Panel (Controller Enclosure)) ............................................17
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Drive (Controller Enclosure)) .............................................................20
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Controller) .........................................................................................21
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Power Supply Unit (Controller Enclosure)) .........................................26
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Operation Panel (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure)).............................29
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Drive (Drive Enclosure) (2.5"/3.5" Type)) ...........................................31
Status and Meanings of Each LED (I/O Module (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure)) .....................................32
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Power Supply Unit (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure))..........................33
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Operation Panel (High-density Drive Enclosure)) ..............................35
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Disk Activity Panel (DAP))..................................................................36
Status and Meanings of Each LED (I/O Module (High-density Drive Enclosure)) ......................................38
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Fan Expander Module) ......................................................................39
Status and Meanings of Each LED (Power Supply Unit (High-density Drive Enclosure)) ...........................40
General Status of ETERNUS Web GUI.........................................................................................................54
General Status of ETERNUS CLI .................................................................................................................54
Volume Formatting Time (Disk) ...............................................................................................................57
Rebuild Process Time (Disk) .....................................................................................................................58
Copyback Process Time (Disk) ..................................................................................................................58
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Chapter 1
Component Name/LED Name
This chapter provides component names of the ETERNUS DX.
1.1
Controller Enclosures
An operation panel and drives are installed in the front of the controller enclosure. Controllers and power
supply units are installed in the rear.
1.1.1
Front
This section provides the names of the components in the front of a controller enclosure.
■ 2.5" Type
Figure 1.1 Front View of a 2.5" Type Controller Enclosure
1
2
3
3
1.
Operation panel
2.
2.5" drive
3.
Flange cover
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■ 3.5" Type
Figure 1.2 Front View of a 3.5" Type Controller Enclosure
1
2
3
1.1.2
3
1.
Operation panel
2.
3.5" drive
3.
Flange cover
Rear
This section provides the names of the components in the rear of a controller enclosure.
■ When Only One Controller Is Installed
Figure 1.3 Rear View of a Controller Enclosure (When Only One Controller Is Installed)
1
2
3
4
1.
Controller (CM#0)
2.
Cover
Remove this when installing an additional controller (optional).
3.
Power supply unit (PSU#0)
4.
Power supply unit (PSU#1)
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■ When Two Controllers Are Installed
Figure 1.4 Rear View of a Controller Enclosure (When Two Controllers Are Installed)
1
2
3
4
1.
Controller (CM#0)
2.
Controller (CM#1)
3.
Power supply unit (PSU#0)
4.
Power supply unit (PSU#1)
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1.1.3
Components (Front)
This section describes the operation panel and the drives in the front of the controller enclosure.
■ Operation Panel
An operation panel has LEDs, a Power switch, and a FUNCTION button.
Figure 1.5 shows the operation panel. Table 1.1 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.5 Operation Panel (Controller Enclosure)
A
B
1
2
4
3
4
6
5
6
8
1
2
3
5
7
7
A.
With a flange cover
B.
Without a flange cover
1.
Power switch
This switch is used to turn on or off the ETERNUS DX.
2.
POWER LED
3.
IDENTIFY LED
4.
FAULT LED
5.
MAINTENANCE LED
6.
CACHE LED
7.
READY LED
8.
FUNCTION button
This button is used to switch the maintenance status, to switch the master CM (when two controllers are
mounted), to initialize the LAN ports, or to initialize the user settings.
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.1 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Operation Panel (Controller Enclosure))
LED name
POWER
IDENTIFY
LED status
Meaning
DC power is supplied to the controller enclosure.
(green)
The installation location of the controller enclosure is identified
according to the instruction that is issued from ETERNUS Web GUI
or ETERNUS CLI.
(blinks blue)
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LED name
LED status
FAULT
Meaning
The ETERNUS DX is in error status.
(amber) (*1)
A part of the ETERNUS DX requires preventive maintenance.
(blinks amber)
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance for the ETERNUS DX is in progress.
(green)
Maintenance (from ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI) is being
performed or a status check of the ETERNUS DX is necessary.
(blinks green)
CACHE
READY
There is data in the cache memory of the ETERNUS DX.
(green)
The ETERNUS DX is available for use.
(green) (*1)
*1: When the READY LED and the FAULT LED are both on at the same time, an error has occurred while the
Unified configuration is starting up.
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■ Drives
● 2.5" Drives
Figure 1.6 shows the 2.5" drive. Figure 1.7 shows the slot number of each 2.5" drive.
Table 1.2 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.6 2.5" Drives
1 2
1.
DRIVE READY LED
2.
DRIVE FAULT LED
Slot#23
Slot#22
Slot#21
Slot#20
Slot#19
Slot#18
Slot#17
Slot#16
Slot#15
Slot#14
Slot#13
Slot#12
Slot#11
Slot#10
Slot#9
Slot#8
Slot#7
Slot#6
Slot#5
Slot#4
Slot#3
Slot#2
Slot#1
Slot#0
Figure 1.7 Drive Slot Numbers (2.5" Type Controller Enclosure)
● 3.5" Drives
Figure 1.8 shows the 3.5" drive. Figure 1.9 shows the slot number of each 3.5" drive.
Table 1.2 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.8 3.5" Drives
1
2
1.
DRIVE READY LED
2.
DRIVE FAULT LED
Figure 1.9 Drive Slot Numbers (3.5" Type Controller Enclosure)
Slot#8
Slot#9
Slot#10
Slot#11
Slot#4
Slot#5
Slot#6
Slot#7
Slot#0
Slot#1
Slot#2
Slot#3
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1.1 Controller Enclosures
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.2 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Drive (Controller Enclosure))
LED name
LED status
DRIVE READY
Meaning
The drive is in normal status.
(green)
(blinks green)
DRIVE FAULT
1.1.4
• The drive is in error status.
• The LED light up operation was performed from the ETERNUS
CLI command line in order to identify the drive location.
(amber)
Components (Rear)
This section describes the controllers and the power supply units in the rear of the controller enclosure.
■ Controllers
The controller contains a CPU, cache memory, System Capacitor Unit (SCU), host interfaces, drive interface
(DI) ports, and LAN ports. The controller controls all operations in the ETERNUS DX.
Two types of host interfaces, which are shown in Figure 1.10 and Figure 1.11, can be installed in the controller.
Table 1.3 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.10 Controllers
1
2
7
11
3
13
13
4
12 10
9
14
6
13
13
14
15
15
8
5
Figure 1.11 Controllers
1
7
8
2
9
13
13
3
14 15
10
12
13 14
13
5
1.
11
4
15
6
PWC port
This port is used to connect a power synchronization unit with an RS232C cable.
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2.
DI (OUT) port
This port is used to connect a controller enclosure to a drive enclosure with a mini SAS HD cable between
enclosures.
3.
LAN (RMT) port
These are the RJ-45 connectors to connect LAN cables.
4.
LAN (MNT) port
These are the RJ-45 connectors to connect LAN cables.
5.
Host interface (CA#0)
Install host interfaces. For details, refer to "■ Host Interfaces" (page 22).
6.
Host interface (CA#1)
Install host interfaces. For details, refer to "■ Host Interfaces" (page 22).
7.
IDENTIFY/SCU READY LED
8.
CA#0 FAULT LED
9.
DI (OUT) LINK/FAULT LED
10. READY/FAULT LED
11. CA#1 FAULT LED
12. MASTER LED
13. LINK/FAULT LED
14. LAN ACT LED
15. LAN LINK LED
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.3 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Controller)
LED name
LED status
IDENTIFY/SCU READY
Meaning
As ordered via ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI, the installation
location of the controller is identified.
(blinks blue)
System Capacitor Unit (SCU) is charging.
(blinks green)
DI (OUT) LINK/FAULT
The link between the DI (OUT) port and the destination port has
been established.
(green)
• The link between the DI (OUT) port and the destination port is
in error status.
• The ports to remove the mini SAS HD cables between enclosures from are indicated. This occurs while a drive enclosure is
being added.
(amber)
The ports to connect the cables are indicated. This occurs while a
drive enclosure is being added.
(blinks amber)
READY/FAULT
The controller is in normal status.
(green)
An error has occurred during startup.
(blinks green)
• The controller is performing the initial setup after the power is
turned on.
• The controller is in error status.
(amber)
(blinks amber)
MASTER
The controller is set as a Master CM.
(green)
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LED name
LED status
CA FAULT
Meaning
The host interface is in error status.
(amber)
LINK/FAULT
The link between the host interface port and the destination port
has been established.
(green)
The host interface port is in error status.
(amber)
LAN ACT
Data is being sent or received via the LAN port.
(blinks green)
LAN LINK
The link between the LAN port and the destination has been established.
(green)
■ Host Interfaces
A host interface is a board that has interface ports to connect a controller to the server.
There are eight types of host interfaces: FC 16Gbit/s, FC 8Gbit/s, iSCSI 10Gbit/s, iSCSI 1Gbit/s, FCoE, SAS, Ethernet 10Gbit/s, and Ethernet 1Gbit/s.
● FC
The ports on the host interface are Dual LC connectors for connecting FC cables.
Figure 1.12 FC Interface (Installed in a Controller)
1
2
5
3
6
4
1.
Host interface (CA#0)
2.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#0)
3.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#1)
4.
Host interface (CA#1)
5.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#0)
6.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#1)
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● FC, iSCSI 10Gbit/s, FCoE, Ethernet 10Gbit/s (for FC Cable Connection)
The ports on the host interface are Dual LC connectors for connecting FC cables.
Figure 1.13 Host Interface for FC Cable Connection (Installed in a Controller)
2
3
1
5
6
4
1.
Host interface (CA#0)
2.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#0)
3.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#1)
4.
Host interface (CA#1)
5.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#0)
6.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#1)
● iSCSI 10Gbit/s, FCoE, Ethernet 10Gbit/s (for Copper Twinax Cable Connection)
The ports on the host interface are connectors for connecting Copper Twinax cables.
Figure 1.14 Host Interface for Copper Twinax Cable Connection (Installed in a Controller)
2
3
1
1.
Host interface (CA#0)
2.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#0)
3.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#1)
4.
Host interface (CA#1)
5.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#0)
6.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#1)
5
6
4
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● iSCSI 1Gbit/s
The ports on the host interface are RJ-45 connectors for connecting LAN cables.
Figure 1.15 iSCSI 1Gbit/s Interface (Installed in a Controller)
2
3
1
5
6
4
1.
Host interface (CA#0)
2.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#0)
3.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#1)
4.
Host interface (CA#1)
5.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#0)
6.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#1)
● SAS
The ports on the host interface are miniSAS SFF-8088 connectors for connecting miniSAS cables.
Figure 1.16 SAS Interface (Installed in a Controller)
2
3
1
1.
Host interface (CA#0)
2.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#0)
3.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#1)
4.
Host interface (CA#1)
5.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#0)
6.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#1)
5
6
4
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● Ethernet 1Gbit/s
The ports on the host interface are RJ-45 connectors for connecting LAN cables.
Figure 1.17 Ethernet 1Gbit/s Interface (Installed in a Controller)
2
3
4
5
1
7
8
9
10
6
1.
Host interface (CA#0)
2.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#0)
3.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#1)
4.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#2)
5.
Host interface port (CA#0, Port#3)
6.
Host interface (CA#1)
7.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#0)
8.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#1)
9.
Host interface port (CA#1, Port#2)
10. Host interface port (CA#1, Port#3)
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■ Power Supply Units
The power supply unit transforms input AC power from a power socket to DC power and supplies power to
each component.
Each power supply unit contains fans.
Figure 1.18 shows the power supply unit. Table 1.4 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.18 Power Supply Unit (Controller Enclosure)
1 2 3 4
1.
POWER LED
2.
FAULT LED
3.
AC MISSING LED
4.
FAN FAIL LED
5.
PSU switch
5
6
This switch is used to turn on and off the AC power supply.
6.
Inlet
This inlet is used to connect a power cord.
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.4 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Power Supply Unit (Controller Enclosure))
LED name
POWER
LED status
Meaning
AC power is supplied to the power supply unit.
(green)
AC power is supplied to the power supply unit, but DC power is
not supplied to the ETERNUS DX.
(blinks green)
FAULT
AC MISSING
FAN FAIL
AC power is not supplied to the power supply unit.
(amber)
(amber)
AC power is not supplied to this power supply unit, but AC power
is supplied to the other power supply unit.
(amber)
The power supply unit or the fan in the power supply unit is in error status.
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1.2
2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure
An operation panel and drives are installed in the front of the drive enclosure (2.5"/3.5"). I/O modules and
power supply units are installed in the rear.
1.2.1
Front
This section provides the names of the components in the front of a drive enclosure.
■ 2.5" Type
Figure 1.19 Front View of a 2.5" Type Drive Enclosure
1
2
3
3
1.
Operation panel
2.
2.5" drive
3.
Flange cover
■ 3.5" Type
Figure 1.20 Front View of a 3.5" Type Drive Enclosure
1
2
3
3
1.
Operation panel
2.
3.5" drive
3.
Flange cover
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Rear
This section provides the names of the components in the rear of a drive enclosure.
• When only one I/O module is installed
Figure 1.21 Rear View of a Drive Enclosure (When Only One I/O Module Is Installed)
1
2
3
4
1.
I/O module (IOM#0)
2.
Cover
Remove this when installing an additional I/O module (optional).
3.
Power supply unit (PSU#0)
4.
Power supply unit (PSU#1)
• When two I/O modules are installed
Figure 1.22 Rear View of a Drive Enclosure (When Two I/O Modules Are Installed)
1
2
3
4
1.
I/O module (IOM#0)
2.
I/O module (IOM#1)
3.
Power supply unit (PSU#0)
4.
Power supply unit (PSU#1)
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1.2.3
Components (Front)
This section describes the operation panel and the drives in the front of the drive enclosure.
■ Operation Panel
An operation panel has a DE-ID display and LEDs.
Figure 1.23 shows the operation panel. Table 1.5 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.23 Operation Panel (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure)
1
3
2
4
1.
DE-ID
The DE-ID (drive enclosure number) of the drive enclosure is displayed.
2.
IDENTIFY LED
3.
FAULT LED
4.
POWER LED
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.5 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Operation Panel (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure))
LED name
IDENTIFY
FAULT
POWER
LED status
Meanings
The installation location of the drive enclosure is identified according to the instruction that is issued from ETERNUS Web GUI or
ETERNUS CLI.
(blinks blue)
The drive enclosure is in error status.
(amber)
DC power is supplied to the drive enclosure.
(green)
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■ Drives
● 2.5" Drives
Figure 1.24 shows the 2.5" drive. Figure 1.25 shows the slot number of each 2.5" drive.
Table 1.6 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.24 2.5" Drives
1 2
1.
DRIVE READY LED
2.
DRIVE FAULT LED
Slot#23
Slot#22
Slot#21
Slot#20
Slot#19
Slot#18
Slot#17
Slot#16
Slot#15
Slot#14
Slot#13
Slot#12
Slot#11
Slot#10
Slot#9
Slot#8
Slot#7
Slot#6
Slot#5
Slot#4
Slot#3
Slot#2
Slot#1
Slot#0
Figure 1.25 Drive Slot Numbers (2.5" Type Drive Enclosure)
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● 3.5" Drives
Figure 1.26 shows the 3.5" drive. Figure 1.27 shows the slot number of each 3.5" drive.
Table 1.6 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.26 3.5" Drives
1
2
1.
DRIVE READY LED
2.
DRIVE FAULT LED
Figure 1.27 Drive Slot Numbers (3.5" Type Drive Enclosure)
Slot#8
Slot#9
Slot#10
Slot#11
Slot#4
Slot#5
Slot#6
Slot#7
Slot#0
Slot#1
Slot#2
Slot#3
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.6 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Drive (Drive Enclosure) (2.5"/3.5" Type))
LED name
LED status
DRIVE READY
Meanings
The drive is in normal status.
(green)
(blinks green)
DRIVE FAULT
1.2.4
• The drive is in error status.
• The LED light up operation was performed from the ETERNUS
CLI command line in order to identify the drive location.
(amber)
Components (Rear)
This section describes the I/O modules and the power supply units in the rear of the drive enclosure.
■ I/O Modules
The I/O module is a component that controls how the controller and the drives interact.
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Figure 1.28 shows the I/O module. Table 1.7 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.28 I/O Module (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure)
1
4
7
8
9
2 3
1.
5 6
DI (IN) port
These ports are used to connect between enclosures.
2.
DI (IN) LINK LED
3.
DI (IN) FAULT LED
4.
DI (OUT) port
These ports are used to connect between enclosures.
5.
DI (OUT) LINK LED
6.
DI (OUT) FAULT LED
7.
READY LED
8.
IDENTIFY LED
9.
FAULT LED
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.7 Status and Meanings of Each LED (I/O Module (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure))
LED name
LED status
DI (IN) LINK
DI (OUT) LINK
DI (OUT) FAULT
IDENTIFY
FAULT
The link between the DI (IN) port and the source port has been
established.
(green)
DI (IN) FAULT
READY
Meaning
• The ports to remove the mini SAS HD cables between enclosures from are indicated. This occurs while a drive enclosure is
being added.
• The link between the DI (IN) port and the source port is in error
status.
(amber)
(blinks amber)
The ports to connect the cables are indicated. This occurs while a
drive enclosure is being added.
(green)
The link between the DI (OUT) port and the destination port has
been established.
(amber)
The link between the DI (OUT) port and the destination port is in
error status.
(blinks amber)
The ports to connect the cables are indicated. This occurs while a
drive enclosure is being added.
The I/O module is in normal status.
(green)
The installation location of the I/O module is identified according
to the instruction that is issued from ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI.
(blinks blue)
The I/O module is in error status.
(amber)
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■ Power Supply Units
The power supply unit transforms input AC power from a power socket to DC power and supplies power to
each component.
Each power supply unit contains fans.
Figure 1.29 shows the power supply unit. Table 1.8 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.29 Power Supply Unit (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure)
1 2 3 4
1.
POWER LED
2.
FAULT LED
3.
AC MISSING LED
4.
FAN FAIL LED
5.
PSU switch
5
6
This switch is used to turn on and off the AC power supply.
6.
Inlet
This inlet is used to connect a power cord.
The states of LEDs are listed below.
Table 1.8 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Power Supply Unit (2.5"/3.5" Type Drive Enclosure))
LED name
POWER
FAULT
AC MISSING
FAN FAIL
LED status
Meaning
AC power is supplied to the power supply unit.
(green)
AC power is not supplied to the power supply unit.
(amber)
(amber)
AC power is not supplied to this power supply unit, but AC power
is supplied to the other power supply unit.
(amber)
The power supply unit or the fan in the power supply unit is in error status.
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High-density Drive Enclosure
An operation panel and a Disk Activity Panel (DAP) are installed in the front of the high-density drive enclosure. I/O modules, power supply units, and fan expander modules are installed in the rear.
Drives are installed in the high-density drive enclosure.
1.3.1
Front
This section provides the names of the components in the front of a high-density drive enclosure.
Figure 1.30 Front View of a High-density Drive Enclosure
1
1.3.2
2
1.
Operation panel
2.
Disk Activity Panel (DAP)
3.
Front cover
3
Rear
This section provides the names of the components in the rear of a high-density drive enclosure.
Figure 1.31 Rear View of a High-density Drive Enclosure
1
2
5
6
3
4
7
8
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Components (Front)
This section describes the operation panel and the Disk Activity Panel (DAP) in the front of the high-density
drive enclosure.
■ Operation Panel
An operation panel has a DE-ID display and LEDs.
Figure 1.32 shows the operation panel. Table 1.9 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.32 Operation Panel (High-density Drive Enclosure)
1
3
2
4
1.
DE-ID
The DE-ID (drive enclosure number) of the drive enclosure is displayed.
2.
IDENTIFY LED
3.
FAULT LED
4.
POWER LED
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.9 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Operation Panel (High-density Drive Enclosure))
LED name
IDENTIFY
FAULT
POWER
LED status
Meaning
The installation location of the drive enclosure is identified according to the instruction that is issued from ETERNUS Web GUI or
ETERNUS CLI.
(blinks blue)
The drive enclosure is in error status.
(amber)
DC power is supplied to the drive enclosure.
(green)
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■ Disk Activity Panel (DAP)
The Disk Activity Panel (DAP) has a Slot No. LED for each drive.
Figure 1.33 shows the Disk Activity Panel (DAP). Table 1.10 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.33 Disk Activity Panel (DAP)
1
1.
Slot No. LED
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.10 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Disk Activity Panel (DAP))
LED name
Slot No.
LED status
Meaning
The drive is in normal status.
(green)
(blinks green)
• The drive is in error status.
• The LED light up operation was performed from the ETERNUS
CLI command line in order to identify the drive location.
(amber)
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1.3.4
Components (Internal)
This section describes drives in high-density drive enclosures.
■ Drives
Figure 1.34 shows the drives for a high-density drive enclosure. Figure 1.35 shows the slot number of each
drive.
Figure 1.34 Drives for High-density Drive Enclosures
Figure 1.35 Drive Slot Numbers for High-density Drive Enclosures
Slot#59
Slot#47
Slot#23
Slot# 11
Slot#35
Slot#58
Slot#46
Slot#22
Slot#10
Slot#34
Slot#57
Slot#45
Slot#21
Slot#9
Slot#33
Slot#56
Slot#44
Slot#32
Slot#20
Slot#8
Slot#55
Slot#43
Slot#19
Slot#7
Slot#31
Slot#54
Slot#42
Slot#18
Slot#6
Slot#30
Slot#53
Slot#41
Slot#17
Slot#5
Slot#29
Slot#52
Slot#40
Slot#16
Slot#4
Slot#28
Slot#51
Slot#39
Slot#15
Slot#3
Slot#27
Slot#50
Slot#38
Slot#14
Slot#2
Slot#26
Slot#49
Slot#37
Slot#13
Slot#1
Slot#25
Slot#12
Slot#0
Slot#24
Slot#36
Slot#48
Rear
Front
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1.3.5
Components (Rear)
This section describes the I/O modules, the fan expander modules, and the power supply units in the rear of
the high-density drive enclosure.
■ I/O Module
The I/O module is a component that controls how the controller and the drives interact.
Figure 1.36 shows the I/O module. Table 1.11 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.36 I/O Module (High-density Drive Enclosure)
1
4
7
8
9
2 3
1.
5 6
DI (IN) port
These ports are used to connect between enclosures.
2.
DI (IN) FAULT LED
3.
DI (IN) LINK LED
4.
DI (OUT) port
These ports are used to connect between enclosures.
5.
DI (OUT) LINK LED
6.
DI (OUT) FAULT LED
7.
READY LED
8.
IDENTIFY LED
9.
FAULT LED
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.11 Status and Meanings of Each LED (I/O Module (High-density Drive Enclosure))
LED name
LED status
DI (IN) LINK
DI (IN) FAULT
DI (OUT) LINK
DI (OUT) FAULT
Meanings
(green)
The link between the DI (IN) port and the source port has been
established.
(amber)
The ports to remove the mini SAS HD cables between enclosures
from are indicated. This occurs while a drive enclosure is being
added.
(blinks amber)
The ports to connect the cables are indicated. This occurs while a
drive enclosure is being added.
(green)
The link between the DI (OUT) port and the destination port has
been established.
(amber)
The link between the DI (OUT) port and the destination port is in
error status.
(blinks amber)
The ports to connect the cables are indicated. This occurs while a
drive enclosure is being added.
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LED name
LED status
READY
Meanings
The I/O module is in normal status.
(green)
IDENTIFY
The installation location of the I/O module is identified according
to the instruction that is issued from ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI.
(blinks blue)
FAULT
The I/O module is in error status.
(amber)
■ Fan Expander Module
An Fan Expander Module is a cooling fan module.
Figure 1.37 shows the fan expander module. Table 1.12 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.37 Fan Expander Module
1
1.
READY LED
2.
FAULT LED
3.
IDENTIFY LED
2
3
The LEDs turn on or blink to indicate the statuses that are listed below.
Table 1.12 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Fan Expander Module)
LED name
READY
FAULT
IDENTIFY
LED status
Meanings
The fan expander module is in normal status.
(green)
The fan expander module is in error status.
(amber)
The installation location of the fan expander module is identified
according to the instruction that is issued from ETERNUS Web GUI
or ETERNUS CLI.
(blinks blue)
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■ Power Supply Unit
The power supply unit transforms input AC power from a power socket to DC power and supplies power to
each component.
Each power supply unit contains fans.
Figure 1.38 shows the power supply unit. Table 1.13 shows the status and meanings of each LED.
Figure 1.38 Power Supply Unit (High-density Drive Enclosure)
1 2 3 4
1.
POWER LED
2.
FAULT LED
3.
AC MISSING LED
4.
FAN FAIL LED
5.
Inlet
5
This inlet is used to connect a power cord.
The states of LEDs are listed below.
Table 1.13 Status and Meanings of Each LED (Power Supply Unit (High-density Drive Enclosure))
LED name
POWER
FAULT
AC MISSING
FAN FAIL
LED status
Meanings
AC power is supplied to the power supply unit.
(green)
AC power is not supplied to the power supply unit.
(amber)
(amber)
AC power is not supplied to this power supply unit, but AC power
is supplied to the other power supply unit.
(amber)
The power supply unit or the fan in the power supply unit is in error status.
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1.4 Power Distribution Units (for Regions other than the EMEIA, North American, Central American, and Caribbean Regions)
1.4
Power Distribution Units (for Regions other than the EMEIA,
North American, Central American, and Caribbean Regions)
There are two sizes for power distribution units: 1U and 2U.
1.4.1
Power Distribution Units (1U)
The 1U power distribution unit has four outlets and two inlets.
■ Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 1U, 4 Outlets)
Figure 1.39 Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 1U, 4 Outlets)
1
2
3
1.
Main line switch
This turns on and off the power distribution unit.
2.
Outlet (OUTPUT)
This is a socket (IEC60320 C13) for outgoing power supply. This socket is used to connect a power cord (AC
output cable).
3.
Inlet (INPUT)
This is a socket (IEC60320 C14) for incoming power supply. This socket is used to connect a power cord (AC
input cable).
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1.4.2
Power Distribution Units (2U)
2U power distribution units are available in two types: a 12 outlet type and a 16 outlet type.
■ Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 2U, 12 Outlets)
There are 12 outlets.
Figure 1.40 Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 2U, 12 Outlets)
1
2
1.
Main line switch
This turns on and off the power distribution unit.
2.
Outlet (OUTPUT)
This is a socket (IEC60320 C13) for outgoing power supply. This socket is used to connect a power cord (AC
output cable).
■ Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 2U, 16 Outlets)
There are 16 outlets.
Figure 1.41 Power Distribution Unit (AC200-240V, 2U, 16 Outlets)
1
2
1.
Main line switch
This turns on and off the power distribution unit.
2.
Outlet (OUTPUT)
This is a socket (IEC60320 C13) for outgoing power supply. This socket is used to connect a power cord (AC
output cable).
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Basic Operation
This chapter explains how to turn on and off the ETERNUS DX and how to operate the FUNCTION button on
the controller enclosure.
2.1
Powering On and Off
This section explains how to turn on and off the ETERNUS DX.
2.1.1
Switching On and Off the Main Line Switch on the Power Distribution Unit (for
Regions other than the EMEIA, North American, Central American, and Caribbean Regions)
This section explains how to switch the main line switch of the power distribution unit to ON and OFF.
■ To Switch to ON
Turn the main line switch of the power distribution unit to the ON position (marked "|").
Make sure all of the main line switches are in the ON position.
● For 1U
Figure 2.1 ON Position (Marked "|") of the Main Line Switches on a 1U Power Distribution Unit
Main line switch
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● For 2U
Figure 2.2 ON Position (Marked "|") of the Main Line Switches on a 2U Power Distribution Unit
Main line switch
■ To Switch to OFF
Turn the main line switch of the power distribution unit to the OFF position (marked "¡").
This does not need to be turned off for normal operation. If the ETERNUS DX must be turned off, such as
before any inspections of power supply devices are performed, turn off the ETERNUS DX by using the procedure described in "2.1.4 Powering Off" (page 49), turn all the PSU switches of the power supply unit to
the OFF position, and turn the main line switch to the OFF position.
● For 1U
Figure 2.3 OFF Position (Marked "¡") of the Main Line Switches on a 1U Power Distribution Unit
Main line switch
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● For 2U
Figure 2.4 OFF Position (Marked "¡") of the Main Line Switches on a 2U Power Distribution Unit
Main line switch
When turning the main line switch to ON (marked "|") right after turning the main line switch to OFF
(marked "¡"), turn it back to ON (marked "|") after the POWER LED of the power supply unit has turned off
completely.
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2.1 Powering On and Off
2.1.2
Switching On and Off the PSU Switch on the Power Supply Unit
This section explains how to move the PSU switch of the power supply unit of the controller enclosure and
drive enclosures (2.5" type/3.5" type) to the ON and OFF positions in each enclosure. Note that power supply
units for high-density drive enclosures do not have PSU switches.
■ To Switch to ON
Turn the PSU switch of the power supply unit to the ON position (marked "|").
Make sure all of the PSU switches are in the ON position.
Figure 2.5 ON Position (Marked "|") of the PSU Switch on a Power Supply Unit
Power supply unit (PSU#0)
Power supply unit (PSU#1)
AC power is supplied to an enclosure.
• For the controller enclosure, the POWER LED on the power supply unit blinks green.
• For the drive enclosure, the POWER LED on the power supply unit emits green lights and the fan revolves at
high speed for 30 seconds.
Drive enclosure
Controller enclosure
Power supply unit (PSU#0)
Power supply unit (PSU#1)
POWER
LED
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■ To Switch to OFF
Turn the PSU switch of the power supply unit to the OFF position (marked "¡").
This does not need to be turned off for normal operation.
Figure 2.6 OFF Position (Marked "¡") of the PSU Switch of a Power Supply Unit
Power supply unit (PSU#0)
Power supply unit (PSU#1)
Check that the POWER LED of the power supply unit is off.
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2.1.3
Powering On
This section explains how to turn on the ETERNUS DX.
To turn on the ETERNUS DX, perform the following procedure.
• Via the power switch
Press the Power switch to turn on the ETERNUS DX.
The following methods can be used to turn the power on by linking with the server.
• Power Synchronized Unit
Use the power synchronized unit to turn on the ETERNUS DX.
• Wake On LAN
Use the Wake On LAN function to turn on the power.
Before turning on the ETERNUS DX, make sure that the main line switches of the power distribution units
and the PSU switches on the power supply units of the ETERNUS DX are "ON". Do not turn the main line
switches of the power distribution units and the PSU switches on the ETERNUS DX to the OFF position.
• After turning on the power of the ETERNUS DX, it takes approximately five minutes (or approximately 10
minutes in a Unified configuration and 20 minutes in a VLAN/Bonding maximum configuration) to be in
the READY state (the READY LED turns on). If an error is detected in a component during the initial power-on diagnostics, it may take up a maximum of 10 minutes (or 40 minutes in a Unified configuration
and 50 minutes in a VLAN/Bonding maximum configuration) for the ETERNUS DX to be in a READY state.
If a scheduled operation is being performed, make configurations by taking the operation into consideration.
• Before turning the server on, check that the ETERNUS DX and the network devices that connect the
ETERNUS DX and the server are all in READY status.
If the server is turned on while any of these devices are not in READY status, the server may not be able
to recognize the ETERNUS DX.
• To turn on the ETERNUS DX by linking with the server, the server must wait until the ETERNUS DX is in a
READY state.
• If the Auto Power function is enabled via ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI, the ETERNUS DX is automatically turned on when power is supplied to the ETERNUS DX.
• If the Power Resume function is enabled via ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI, the ETERNUS DX is automatically turned on after the power is restored.
• After power-off, wait for about one minute before turning power on again.
This section explains how to use the Power switch to turn on the ETERNUS DX.
For other procedures, refer to the related manuals.
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1
Press the Power switch of the controller enclosure.
Power switch
Controller enclosure
The POWER LEDs on the controller enclosure and the drive enclosures are turned on.
2
After approximately five minutes (or approximately 10 minutes in a Unified configuration and approximately 20 minutes in a VLAN/Bonding maximum configuration), check that the READY LED of the controller enclosure is lit up.
Drive enclosure
Controller enclosure
2.1.4
Powering Off
This section explains how to turn off the ETERNUS DX.
To turn off the ETERNUS DX, perform one of the procedures below.
• Via power switch
Press the Power switch to turn off the ETERNUS DX.
• Via ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI
Use ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI to turn off the ETERNUS DX.
The following methods can be used to turn off the power by linking with the server.
• Via the power synchronized unit
Use the power synchronized unit to turn off the ETERNUS DX.
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• When turning off the ETERNUS DX, the power shuts off after the write data on the cache memory is written back to the drives. As a result, it may take approximately five minutes (or approximately 10 minutes
in a Unified configuration and 20 minutes in a VLAN/Bonding maximum configuration) or a maximum
of 10 minutes (or approximately 40 minutes in a Unified configuration and 50 minutes in a VLAN/Bonding maximum configuration) for the power supply to be completely turned off.
• Do not turn off the power of the ETERNUS DX and the network devices that connect the ETERNUS DX to a
server while the server is operating. This may result in the loss of data or prevent data from being saved
in the ETERNUS DX.
• When using a power synchronized unit for power control, turn off the power of the ETERNUS DX via the
power synchronized unit. When a power synchronized unit is connected, the power of the ETERNUS DX is
automatically turned on because the power synchronization function is activated.
• After power-off, wait for about one minute before turning power on again.
This section explains how to use the Power switch to turn off the ETERNUS DX.
For other procedures, refer to the related manuals.
1
Press and hold the Power switch of the controller enclosure for four seconds or more.
Power switch
Controller enclosure
The READY LED on the controller enclosure is turned off.
Press the Power switch only once. If the Power switch is pressed again between the time of the
READY LED turning off and the POWER LED turning off, the ETERNUS DX power may turn on.
2
The power of the ETERNUS DX is disconnected.
When the power is disconnected, the POWER LED of the controller enclosure and the POWER LEDs of the
drive enclosures are turned off.
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2.2
Using the FUNCTION Button
This section explains how to use the FUNCTION button of the controller enclosure.
The following settings can be performed by using the FUNCTION button:
• Switching the Master CM to the other controller
For the two controllers in the ETERNUS DX, the controller through which the ETERNUS DX is set up and
operated is called the "Master CM", while the other controller is called the "Slave CM". The single-controller type only has a "Master CM" controller.
• Restoring the factory default settings (network environment settings and firewall settings) of the LAN ports
• Restoring the factory default user settings (user account, role, and RADIUS settings)
The following procedure explains how to use the FUNCTION button.
1
Remove the flange cover of the controller enclosure.
2
Change the status of the ETERNUS DX to maintenance status.
Use the pin to push down the FUNCTION button for three seconds.
The ETERNUS DX is in maintenance status when the MAINTENANCE LED is green.
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3
Use the FUNCTION button to change settings.
• Switching the Master CM to the other controller when two controllers are installed
Use the pin to push down the FUNCTION button twice within three seconds.
The MASTER LED for the controller that is set as the Master CM is green.
• Restoring the factory default settings of the LAN ports
Use the pin to push down the FUNCTION button three times within three seconds.
After the default settings of the LAN ports are restored, the MAINTENANCE LED blinks green a few
times a second for several seconds.
• Restoring the factory default user settings
(1) Remove all the LAN cables from the LAN ports (MNT ports and RMT ports) of all the controllers.
(2) Use the pin to push down the FUNCTION button five times within three seconds.
After the default user settings are restored, the MAINTENANCE LED blinks green approximately every
second for several seconds.
4
Release maintenance status.
Use the pin to push down the FUNCTION button for three seconds.
The MAINTENANCE LED turns off, which indicates that the ETERNUS DX is no longer in maintenance status.
5
Attach the flange cover.
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Storage System Monitoring
This chapter describes the status monitoring of the ETERNUS DX.
3.1
Checking LED Status
The status of the ETERNUS DX can be checked by the LEDs.
If the FAULT LED in the operation panel is amber, contact your maintenance engineer.
3.2
Displaying Status via ETERNUS Web GUI
The status of the ETERNUS DX and the usage status of RAID groups, TPPs, and SDPs can be checked in the
Overview screen of ETERNUS Web GUI.
Figure 3.1 ETERNUS Web GUI Screen
Table 3.1 shows the general status.
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Status of the ETERNUS DX is monitored periodically, and the result is displayed as a general status icon with
character strings.
Table 3.1 General Status of ETERNUS Web GUI
Status
Description
The ETERNUS DX is in a normal state.
(green)
An abnormality is detected at a power-off, and I/O access from the server
cannot be received.
(red)
The ETERNUS DX is in error state.
(red)
The ETERNUS DX is under maintenance.
(orange)
The ETERNUS DX is in warning state.
(yellow)
For details, refer to "Configuration Guide (Web GUI)".
3.3
Displaying Status via ETERNUS CLI
The status of the ETERNUS DX and the usage status of RAID groups, TPPs, and SDPs can be checked by sending the status display command via ETERNUS CLI.
CLI> show status
Summary Status [Normal]
CLI> show status
Summary Status [Error]
CLI> show status
Summary Status [Warning]
The general status of the ETERNUS DX indicates whether an error status component or a warning status component exists in the storage system.
Table 3.2 General Status of ETERNUS CLI
Status
Description
Empty
An undefined or uninstalled component exists in the ETERNUS DX.
Normal
The ETERNUS DX is in a normal state.
Pinned Data
Pinned data exists in the ETERNUS DX.
Unused
An undefined component is installed in the ETERNUS DX.
Warning
The ETERNUS DX contains a component that requires preventive maintenance.
Maintenance
The ETERNUS DX is under maintenance.
Error
An error has occurred in a component that is installed in the ETERNUS DX.
Loop Down
The ETERNUS DX is in BackEnd Down status.
Not Ready
An abnormality is detected and access from the host cannot be received.
Subsystem Down
The ETERNUS DX cannot be used.
Change Assigned CM
CM hot expansion recovery is required.
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3.4 Event Notification
3.4
Event Notification
By setting event notification, if an error (event) occurs in the ETERNUS DX, the event information is notified.
The methods that can be used to notify an event are "e-mail", "SNMP Trap", "Syslog", "remote support", and
"host sense".
For the procedure on setting event notification, refer to "Configuration Guide (Basic)".
■ E-mail
When an event occurs in the ETERNUS DX, an e-mail is sent to the specified e-mail address.
For more details on notified event information, refer to "Message List".
■ SNMP Trap
When an event occurs in the ETERNUS DX, an SNMP Trap is sent to the SNMP Manager (monitoring server).
For more details on event information notified by SNMP Trap, refer to "Message List".
■ Syslog
When an event occurs in the ETERNUS DX, the event log can be sent to the external server (Syslog server).
For the notified Syslog messages, refer to "Message List".
■ Remote Support
The information for errors that occur in the ETERNUS DX is notified to the remote support center.
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3.5 Audit Log
■ Host Sense
When an event occurs in the ETERNUS DX, host senses (sense codes) are sent to the server. For details on
sense codes, refer to "Message List".
Figure 3.2 Event Notification
Mail server
SNMP manager
Syslog server
syslog
SNMP Trap
E-mail
Host sense
Server (host)
Remote
support
center
REMCS/AIS Connect
ETERNUS DX
3.5
Audit Log
By setting audit log, audit trail logs (hereinafter referred to as "audit log") that record performed operations
by using the ETERNUS DX and the system actions that are associated with these operations can be sent to
the Syslog server.
For the procedure on setting audit logs, refer to "Configuration Guide (Basic)". For log information, refer to
"Message List".
Figure 3.3 Audit Log
Information such as
the storage system name,
the user/role,
the process time,
the process details,
and the process results
Log in
↓
Change settings
↓
Log out
Audit log
System administrator
ETERNUS DX
Syslog server
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Process Time (Estimated)
This chapter explains the estimated time required for volume formatting and for rebuild/copyback for each
RAID level configuration.
4.1
Volume Formatting Time
The following table shows the time required for the volume formatting process (when the volume capacity is
100GB).
Table 4.1 Volume Formatting Time (Disk)
RAID level
Number of disks
RAID1
Volume formatting time (*1)
2.5" SAS disks
3.5" SAS disks
Nearline SAS disks
2
Approx. 40 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 35 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 73 minutes/
100GB
RAID1+0
8
Approx. 30 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 25 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 43 minutes/
100GB
RAID5
5
Approx. 25 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 25 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 49 minutes/
100GB
RAID5+0
6
Approx. 30 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 25 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 43 minutes/
100GB
RAID6
6
Approx. 40 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 30 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 58 minutes/
100GB
*1: The value shows the time required for volume formatting when the volume capacity is 100GB and there
is no server I/O. The time that is required depends on the type and configuration of the disk.
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4.2 Rebuild/Copyback Process Time
4.2
Rebuild/Copyback Process Time
This section explains the time required for Rebuild/Copyback.
■ Rebuild Process Time
The following table shows the time required for the rebuild process (when the volume capacity is 100GB).
Table 4.2 Rebuild Process Time (Disk)
RAID level
Number of disks
RAID1
Rebuild process time (*1)
2.5" SAS disks
3.5" SAS disks
Nearline SAS disks
2
Approx. 27 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 20 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 47 minutes/
100GB
RAID1+0
8
Approx. 7 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 5 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 11 minutes/
100GB
RAID5
5
Approx. 10 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 10 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 15 minutes/
100GB
RAID5+0
6
Approx. 7 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 7 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 11 minutes/
100GB
RAID6
6
Approx. 13 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 13 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 21 minutes/
100GB
*1: The value shows the rebuild process time when the volume capacity is 100GB and there is no server I/O.
The time that is required depends on the type and configuration of the disk.
■ Copyback Process Time
The following table shows the time required for the copyback process (when the volume capacity is 100GB).
Table 4.3 Copyback Process Time (Disk)
RAID level
Number of disks
RAID1
Copyback process time (*1)
2.5" SAS disks
3.5" SAS disks
Nearline SAS disks
2
Approx. 27 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 20 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 49 minutes/
100GB
RAID1+0
8
Approx. 7 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 5 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 11 minutes/
100GB
RAID5
5
Approx. 10 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 7 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 16 minutes/
100GB
RAID5+0
6
Approx. 7 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 5 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 11 minutes/
100GB
RAID6
6
Approx. 13 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 13 minutes/
100GB
Approx. 20 minutes/
100GB
*1: The value shows the copyback process time when the volume capacity is 100GB and there is no server
I/O. The time that is required depends on the type and configuration of the disk.
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[Set RAID Group Parameter] specifies the rebuild priority for host access. When the Rebuild Priority is
"High", rebuild, copyback, and redundant copy performance can be improved.
Note that RAID group performance (throughput) may be reduced when a rebuild, copyback, or redundant
copy is being performed in the target RAID group.
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Component Expansion/Function Enhancement
For the ETERNUS DX, customers can expand (add) the following optional products.
• Drives
• Drive enclosures
• Long wave SFP+ modules
This chapter explains the handling instructions and installation procedures for these optional products.
Make sure to read "Safety Precautions" before performing any of these procedures.
When adding servers to be connected, refer to "5.4 Adding Servers" (page 96).
5.1
Installing Additional Drives
Drives can be installed while the ETERNUS DX is running without affecting the system.
This section explains how to install drives in the ETERNUS DX.
Do Not
• Do not uninstall or move a drive that is already installed.
Contact your sales representative or maintenance engineer if drives that are installed by default need to be uninstalled or moved to another slot.
5.1.1
Installable Drives
For installable drives, refer to "Product List".
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5.1.2
Drive Handling Instructions
■ About Condensation
Do
• When moving a drive from a cold place, such as an unconditioned store house in
winter, to a warmer place such as an air-conditioned room, the severe temperature
change may result in condensation forming.
To avoid this, allow the packed drive sufficient time in the warmer place (one hour
for each 15°C of temperature difference) to adapt to the new temperature.
■ About Static Electricity
Do Not
• Do not touch the surface of the board of the drives.
Do
• When handling drives, make sure to wear a wrist strap or touch a metal part to discharge the human body's natural static electricity. Failure to discharge static electricity may cause device failure.
• Leave the drive in its package until ready to install it.
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■ About Shock
Do Not
• Do not lay the drives directly on a desk or similar hard surface. Always use a rubber
mat or other soft material to cushion the drives against physical shocks.
• Do not stack drives or stand drives on end.
• Do not apply external force to the interface connectors.
• Do not knock or drop the drives on hard objects.
5.1.3
Additional Drive Installation Procedure
This section explains how to install optional drives in the ETERNUS DX.
Drives can be installed in any slots.
Do
• If components are installed in a way other as described in this section, damage
and/or device failure or electrical shock may occur.
Do Not
• Do not install drives that are for use in other devices.
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■ For 2.5" Drives
1
In the [Storage] screen of [Component] on the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, check that all components of
the ETERNUS DX are in normal status.
2
Wear a wrist strap or touch a metal part to discharge the human body's natural static electricity.
3
Remove the dummy drive unit from the slot in which the drive is to be installed.
Push into the tab of the dummy drive unit and pull it straight out of the drive slot.
Dummy drive unit
Tab
Keep the removed dummy drive units in a safe place where they will not be lost.
4
Install the new drive.
(1) Press the catch on the drive lock lever to unlock it.
Catch
Lock lever
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(2) Insert the drive all the way into the slot, making sure that it is firmly seated and that the lock
lever is still left open.
Do
• Hold the drive with both hands to protect against jarring.
(3) Swing the lock lever in the direction of the arrow, until the lock clicks shut.
Lock lever
(4) Check that the newly installed drive's DRIVE READY LED lights up green.
5
To install more additional drives, repeat Step 3 and Step 4.
6
If a wrist strap is used, remove the wrist strap.
7
In the [Drives] screen of [Component] on the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, check that the added drives
have been recognized.
8
Set up RAID groups, volumes, hot spares, and host affinity settings, as required.
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1
In the [Storage] screen of [Component] on the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, check that all components of
the ETERNUS DX are in normal status.
2
Wear a wrist strap or touch a metal part to discharge the human body's natural static electricity.
3
Remove the dummy drive unit from the slot in which the drive is to be installed.
Push into the tab of the dummy drive unit and pull it straight out of the drive slot.
Tab
Dummy drive unit
Keep the removed dummy drive units in a safe place where they will not be lost.
4
Install the new drive.
(1) Press the catch on the drive lock lever to unlock it.
Catch
Lock lever
(2) Insert the drive all the way into the slot, making sure that it is firmly seated and that the lock
lever is still left open.
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Do
• Hold the drive with both hands to protect against jarring.
(3) Swing the lock lever in the direction of the arrow, until the lock clicks shut.
Lock lever
(4) Check that the newly installed drive's DRIVE READY LED lights up green.
5
To install more additional drives, repeat Step 3 and Step 4.
6
If a wrist strap is used, remove the wrist strap.
7
In the [Drives] screen of [Component] on the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, check that the added drives
have been recognized.
8
Set up RAID groups, volumes, hot spares, and host affinity settings, as required.
■ For Drives for High-density Drive Enclosures
1
In the [Storage] screen of [Component] on the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, check that all components of
the ETERNUS DX are in normal status.
2
Wear a wrist strap or touch a metal part to discharge the human body's natural static electricity.
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3
Remove the front cover of the high-density drive enclosure.
Front cover
4
Remove the four M5 screws that are used to fasten the high-density drive enclosure in the rack pillar.
(Rack pillar: rear)
M5 screws
(Rack pillar: front)
M5 screws
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Pull the stopper catches on both sides of the high-density drive enclosure forward to unlock it.
Catch
6
Pull out the high-density drive enclosure from the rack until the lock clicks open.
Do
• Make sure that there are no cables that are caught or stuck on the rear of the
high-density drive enclosure when pulling it out. In addition, slowly pull out
the high-density drive enclosure to avoid exposing it to physical shocks.
7
Push the two catches on the top board in the direction of the arrows to unlock them.
Catch
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Open the top board.
9
Remove the dummy drive unit from the slot in which the drive is to be installed.
(1) Pull the catch on the lock lever of the dummy drive unit to unlock the lock lever, and then open
the lock lever upward.
(2) Pull up the dummy drive unit in a straight direction.
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Install the new drive.
Do
• When installing a drive, be careful not to pinch your fingers.
(1) Pull the catch on the drive lock lever to unlock it.
Catch
Lock lever
(2) Insert the drive all the way into the slot, making sure that it is firmly seated and that the lock
lever is still left open.
Do
• Hold the drive with both hands to protect against jarring.
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(3) Swing the lock lever in the direction of the arrow, until the lock clicks shut.
(4) Check the status of the LED on the Disk Activity Panel (DAP) of the added drive.
11
To install more additional drives, repeat Step 9 and Step 10.
12
Close the top board.
13
Insert the high-density drive enclosure all the way into the rack while pulling the stopper catches on
both sides of the high-density drive enclosure back.
14
Push the stopper catches to lock the high-density drive enclosure.
15
Fasten the high-density drive enclosure to the rack pillar with the M4 screws that were removed in Step
4.
16
Attach the front cover.
17
If a wrist strap is used, remove the wrist strap.
18
In the [Drives] screen of [Component] on the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, check that the added drives
have been recognized.
19
Set up RAID groups, volumes, hot spares, and host affinity settings, as required.
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5.2
Installing Additional Drive Enclosures
Drive enclosures can be installed while the ETERNUS DX is running without affecting the system.
This section explains how to install drive enclosures in the ETERNUS DX.
Do Not
• Do not uninstall or move a drive enclosure that is already installed.
Contact your sales representative or maintenance engineer if a drive enclosure
needs to be uninstalled or moved.
Do
• When installing the ETERNUS DX, secure the rack to the floor to prevent the rack
from moving out of place or from toppling over. For details on the rack installation
requirements, refer to "Site Planning Guide".
5.2.1
Installable Drive Enclosures
For installable drive enclosures, refer to "Product List".
5.2.2
Drive Enclosure Handling Instructions
■ About Condensation
Do
• When moving a drive enclosure from a cold place, such as an unconditioned store
house in winter, to a warmer place such as an air-conditioned room, the severe
temperature change may result in condensation forming.
To avoid this, allow the packed drive enclosure sufficient time in the warmer place
(one hour for each 15°C of temperature difference) to adapt to the new temperature.
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■ About Static Electricity
Do
• When handling drive enclosures, make sure to wear a wrist strap or touch a metal
part to discharge the human body's natural static electricity. Failure to discharge
static electricity may cause device failure.
■ About Shock
Do Not
• Do not handle the drive enclosure roughly or subject it to physical shocks when laying it down.
• Do not stack the drive enclosures.
• Do not knock or drop the drive enclosure on hard objects.
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5.2.3
Additional Drive Enclosure Installation Procedure
This section explains how to install additional drive enclosures in the ETERNUS DX.
Do
• If components are installed in a way other as described in this section, damage
and/or device failure or electrical shock may occur.
• Do not install the drive enclosure in the rack with cables, such as power cords, connected.
• Do not knock the other devices installed in the rack when installing drive enclosures.
When connecting the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures, check the direction of the connector (the tab
must be pointed downward) and firmly insert all the way in.
To disconnect the mini SAS HD cables between enclosures, hold the tab and then pull out the connector.
Tab
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The following figure shows how the mini SAS HD cables between enclosures are connected when drive enclosure 2 is added.
Drive enclosure 2
(drive enclosure
that is to be added)
Connect here
Connect here
Connect here
Connect here
Remove
from here
Connect here
Drive enclosure 1
Connect here
Controller enclosure
Controller 0
Connection configuration between
Controller 0 and the I/O module line 0
Remove
from here
Controller 1
Connection configuration between
Controller 1 and the I/O module line 1
1
In the [Storage] screen of [Component] on the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, check that all components of
the ETERNUS DX are in normal status. In addition, check the DE-IDs (drive enclosure numbers) of the
installed enclosures in the [Drive Enclosure] screen.
2
Display the [Add Drive Enclosure] screen.
(1) In the [Storage] screen of [Component], click [Add Drive Enclosure] in [Action].
The [Add Drive Enclosure] screen appears.
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(2) Select which DE-ID to connect the additional drive enclosure to and the type of drive enclosure
that is to be added in "Target Drive Enclosure", and then click the [Next>>] button.
• Type
Select the type of drive enclosure that is to be added.
- 2.5" 24DE
2.5" type drive enclosure
- 3.5" 12DE
3.5" type drive enclosures
- 3.5" 60DE
High-density drive enclosure
A screen that shows which DE-ID the additional drive enclosure is to be connected to, the type of
drive enclosure that is to be added, and the procedure to add the drive enclosure is displayed.
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3
Wear a wrist strap or touch a metal part to discharge the human body's natural static electricity.
4
Install the drive enclosure in the rack.
• 2.5"/3.5" type drive enclosures (for regions other than the EMEIA, North American, Central American,
and Caribbean regions)
(1) Adjust the sizes of the rack rail (for left side) and the rack rail (for right side) to fit the rack.
Loosen the M4 screws to adjust the length of the rack rails to match the distance between the
front and rear rack pillars. Leave the M4 screws slightly unscrewed, as the rack rails must be
attached to the rack before they can be completely tightened.
(Rear view of rack pillar)
Loosen the M4 screws to
adjust the length of the rack
rails to match the distance
between the front and
rear rack pillars.
Rack rail (left)
"L" indicated inside
[Left]
(Front view of rack pillar)
Rack rail (right)
"R" indicated inside
[Right]
(2) Attach the rack rails to the rack.
Use the two plates to fasten the rack rails to the front rack pillars. Use the washers to fasten the
rack rails to the rear rack pillars.
Make sure to attach the rack rails to rack pillars so that they fit exactly together without any
space between them.
M5 screw
Rack rail (left)
Washer
(Rear view of rack pillar)
Plate
M5 screw
M5 screw
Washer
Plate
(Front view of rack pillar)
M5 screw
Rack rail (right)
The M5 screw positions for the rack rails are determined by the drive enclosure base line.
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Insert the M5 screws in the 1st and 6th holes on the front rack pillars above the base line and in
the 2nd and 5th holes on the rear rack pillars above the base line to fasten the rack rails.
Sixth screw
(M5 screw)
[Left]
Front view of drive enclosure
[Right]
Sixth screw
(M5 screw)
2U
First screw
(M5 screw)
First screw
(M5 screw)
Bottom position of
drive enclosure
Rack rail
[Left]
Rear view of drive enclosure
Fifth screw
(M5 screw)
[Right]
Fifth screw
(M5 screw)
2U
Second screw
(M5 screw)
Second screw
(M5 screw)
Bottom position of
drive enclosure
Rack rail
(3) Tighten the M4 screws of the rack rails that were slightly unscrewed in Step (1).
(4) Install the drive enclosure in the rack.
Do
- When installing or removing the drive enclosure to or from the rack,
make sure that the sides and the bottom of the drive enclosure are
held by two or more people. Failure to do so may cause injury.
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(5) Fasten the drive enclosure in the rack.
Use four M5 screws to fasten it in the rack pillar.
M5 screws
M5 screws
(6) Attach the "DE_No." labels to the positions shown below.
Attach the labels in the same installation order as the drive enclosures (cable between enclosures connection order).
Right front side of the drive enclosure
Upper right rear side of the drive enclosure
DE_No. label
The DE_No. labels are supplied with the ETERNUS DX.
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(7) Attach the flange cover.
• High-density drive enclosures (for regions other than the EMEIA, North American, Central American,
and Caribbean regions)
(1) Adjust the sizes of the rack rail (for left side) and the rack rail (for right side) to fit the rack.
Pull the rail lock lever in the direction of the arrow and unlock it to adjust the length of the rack
rails to match the distance between the front and the rear rack pillars. Leave the rail lock lever
unlocked because the rail lock lever is locked after the rack rail is installed.
Rail lock lever
Unlock the levers to adjust the length of the
rack rails to match the distance between the
front and rear rack pillars.
[Left]
Rack rail (left)
"Left" is on the exterior
[Right]
Rack rail (right)
"Right" is on the exterior
(Rack pillar: front)
(Rack pillar: rear)
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(2) Attach the rack rails to the rack.
(i)
Insert the rack rails into the holes of the front and the rear rack pillars to lock the rail lock
lever.
[Left]
[Right]
(Rack pillar: front)
(Rack pillar: rear)
Rail lock lever
(ii) Use the M4 screws to fasten the front and the rear rack rails.
Use the washers to fasten the rack rails to the front and rear rack pillars.
Make sure to attach the rack rails to rack pillars so that they fit exactly together without
any space between them.
Washer
M4 screw
Washer
Rack rail
(left)
M4 screw
(Rack pillar: rear)
Washer
M4 screw
Washer
M4 screw
Rack rail
(right)
(Rack pillar: front)
The M4 screw positions for the rack rails are determined by the high-density drive enclosure base line.
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Insert the M4 screws in the second holes on the front and rear rack pillars above the base
line to fasten the rack rails.
High-density drive enclosure
Front/Rear
[Left]
[Right]
4U
2nd hole
(M4 screw)
2nd hole
(M4 screw)
High-density drive
enclosure base line
Rack rail
(3) Install the stopper bracket.
Attach the stopper bracket to the front rack pillar.
Rack rail
(left)
Stopper bracket
(left)
(Rack pillar: rear)
M5 screw
M5 screw
Rack rail
(right)
Stopper bracket
(right)
(Rack pillar: front)
The M5 screw positions for the stopper brackets are determined by the high-density drive enclosure base line.
Insert the M5 screws in the seventh holes above the base line to fasten the stopper brackets.
High-density drive enclosure
Front
[Left]
[Right]
7th hole
(M5 screw)
4U
7th hole
(M5 screw)
High-density drive
enclosure base line
Rack rail
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(4) Install the flap brackets.
Attach flap bracket A and B on the right side of the rear rack pillar with the M4 screws.
Rack rail
(right)
(Rack pillar: front)
Stopper bracket B
M4 screw
Rack rail
(left)
Stopper bracket A
(Rack pillar: rear)
The M4 screw positions for flap bracket A and B are determined by the high-density drive enclosure base line.
Insert the M4 screws in the seventh and eighth holes above the base line to fasten the flap
brackets.
Rear view of a high-density drive enclosure
[Left]
Flap bracket B
[Right]
7th & 8th
holes
(M5 screws)
4U
High-density drive
enclosure base line
Rack rails
(5) Install the high-density drive enclosure in the rack.
Do
- For safety and stability, use a lifter to install or remove high-density
drive enclosures in the rack.
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(6) Fasten the high-density drive enclosure in the rack.
Use four M5 screws to fasten it in the rack pillar.
(Rack pillar: rear)
M5 screws
(Rack pillar: front)
M5 screws
(7) Attach the cable management arm.
To attach the cable management arm, place the arm in the bracket on the rear of the highdensity drive enclosure. After placing the arm in the bracket, firmly attach the arm with the pin.
Pin
Cable
management arm
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(8) Attach the "DE_No." labels to the positions shown below.
Attach the labels in the same installation order as the drive enclosures (cable between enclosures connection order).
Right front side of the high-density drive enclosure
Upper right rear side of the high-density drive enclosure
DE_No. label
The DE_No. labels are supplied with the ETERNUS DX.
(9) Attach the front cover.
Front cover
5
Check the connection destination of the mini SAS HD cables between enclosures.
• The connectors on the cable with the "l" symbol are connected to the DI (IN) ports on the added
drive enclosure.
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• The connectors on the cable with the "n" symbol are connected to the DI (OUT) ports on the nearest
enclosure.
6
Connect the DI (IN) port of IOM#0 in the drive enclosure that is to be added to the DI (OUT) port of
IOM#0 in the nearest drive enclosure with the mini SAENS HD cable between enclosures.
The following figure shows how the mini SAENS HD cables between enclosures are connected when
drive enclosure 2 is added.
Drive enclosure 2
(drive enclosure
that is to be added)
Connect here
Connect here
Drive enclosure 1
7
Connect the power cord.
(1) Connect the power cord to the drive enclosure.
Each enclosure has two (or four) power supply units. Make sure that the power cords are connected to all the power supply units.
(i)
Connect the power cord plugs to the power inlets of the power supply units.
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(ii) Fasten the plug of the power cord with the release tie.
Wrap the release tie around the power cord and fasten the release tie from either side. Make
sure that the release tie is not loose.
(2) Connect the power cord on the power socket side.
Connect the other end of the power cord plug to a power socket or an inlet on the power distribution unit.
8
To add 2.5"/3.5" type drive enclosures, turn the PSU switches of the power supply units (PSU#0 and
PSU#1) in the drive enclosure to the ON position (marked "|").
9
In the [Add Drive Enclosure] screen, click the [Next>>] button.
Configuration of IOM#0 in the drive enclosure that is to be added and the power supply units in the
system is performed.
When the configuration process is complete, the [Disable IOM#1] screen appears.
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In the IOM#1 disconnection screen, click the [Next>>] button.
The process to disconnect IOM#1 starts.
When the disconnection process is complete, the [Detach Cable] screen appears.
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Disconnect the cables from I/O module line 1.
Remove the cable that connects the DI (OUT) port of CM#1 in the controller enclosure and the DI (IN)
port of IOM#1 in the drive enclosure, which is nearest to the drive enclosure that is to be added.
The following figure shows the cable (between CE and DE) that needs to be disconnected from the enclosures when drive enclosure 2 is added.
The FAULT LED for the DI (IN) port from which the cable is to be disconnected and the LINK/FAULT LED
for the DI (OUT) port in the controller enclosure turn on.
Drive enclosure 2
(drive enclosure
that is to be added)
Remove
from here
Drive enclosure 1
Remove
from here
Controller 1
Controller enclosure
12
Click the [Next >>] button.
The [Connect Cable] screen appears.
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Connect the DI (OUT) port of CM#1 in the controller enclosure to the DI (IN) port of IOM#1 in the drive
enclosure that is to be added with a mini SAS HD cable between enclosures.
The following figure shows how a mini SAS HD cable between enclosures (CE and DE) is connected
when drive enclosure 2 is added.
The FAULT LED for the DI (IN) port to which the cable is to be connected and the LINK/FAULT LED for the
DI (OUT) port blink on and off.
Connect
here
Drive enclosure 2
(drive enclosure
that is to be added)
Drive enclosure 1
Connect
here
Controller enclosure
Controller 1
14
Click the [Next >>] button.
The [Enable IOM#1] screen appears.
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Connect the DI (OUT) port of IOM#1 in the drive enclosure that is to be added to the DI (IN) port of
IOM#1 in the drive enclosure that is nearest to the drive enclosure that is to be added with the mini SAS
HD cable between enclosures.
The following figure shows how a mini SAS HD cable between enclosures (DE and DE) is connected
when drive enclosure 2 is added.
The FAULT LED for the DI (IN) port to which the cable is to be connected and the FAULT LED for the DI
(OUT) port blink on and off.
Drive enclosure 2
(drive enclosure
that is to be added)
Connect
here
Connect
here
Drive enclosure 1
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To add high-density drive enclosures, fasten the high-density drive enclosure cables (the mini SAS
HD cable between enclosures and the power cord) to the flap brackets and the cable management
arm on the rear of the device with the clamp belts.
Clamp belts
Flap bracket
Cable management arm
16
Clamp belts
Click the [Next >>] button.
A screen that indicates the drive enclosure has been added appears.
17
Click the [Done] button.
The [Add Drive Enclosure] screen closes and the screen display returns to the [Drive Enclosure] screen.
18
In the [Storage] screen of [Component], check that the added drive enclosure is displayed.
19
To install more additional drive enclosures, repeat Step 1 to Step 18.
20
Install the drives.
For details on drive installation, refer to "5.1.3 Additional Drive Installation Procedure" (page 62).
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5.3
If a wrist strap is used, remove the wrist strap.
Installing Long Wave SFP+ Modules (16Gbit/s)
The Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) in the host interface (FC 16Gbit/s) can be replaced with an optional
Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) for an ETERNUS DX.
This section explains the installation rules, handling instructions, and replacement procedure for Long wave
SFP+ modules.
Make sure to read "Safety Precautions" before performing replacement of Long wave SFP+ modules.
Make sure to turn off the ETERNUS DX before replacing SFP+ modules (16Gbit/s).
Contact your sales representative or maintenance engineer to replace SFP+ modules (16Gbit/s) during system operation.
5.3.1
Installation Rules for Long Wave SFP+ Modules (16Gbit/s)
One or two Short wave SFP+ modules (16Gbit/s) in a host interface (FC 16Gbit/s) can be replaced with Long
wave SFP+ modules (16Gbit/s).
Short wave SFP+ modules (16Gbit/s) and Long wave SFP+ modules (16Gbit/s) can be mixed in the same host
interface (FC 16Gbit/s).
When two controllers are installed, the SFP+ module configurations for controller 0 (CM#0) and controller 1
(CM#1) must be the same.
5.3.2
Installable Long Wave SFP+ Modules (16Gbit/s)
For installable Long wave SFP+ modules (16Gbit/s), refer to "Product List".
5.3.3
SFP+ Module Handling Instructions
● About Condensation
Do
• When moving an SFP+ module from a cold place, such as an un-conditioned store
house in winter, to a warmer places such as an air-conditioned room, the severe
temperature change may result in condensation forming.
To avoid this, allow the packed SFP+ modules sufficient time in the warmer place
(one hour for each 15°C of temperature difference) to adapt to the new temperature.
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● About Static Electricity
Do
• When handling SFP+ modules, make sure to wear a wrist strap or touch a metal
part to discharge the human body's natural static electricity.
Failure to discharge static electricity may cause device failure.
• Leave the SFP+ module in its package until ready to install it.
● About Shock
Do Not
• Do not handle SFP+ modules roughly or subject them to physical shocks when laying them down.
• Do not place any objects on top of SFP+ modules.
• Do not knock or drop SFP+ modules on hard objects.
5.3.4
Long Wave SFP+ Modules (16Gbit/s) Installation Procedure
This section describes how to replace a Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) in the host interface (FC 16Gbit/s)
with a Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s).
Do
• If SFP+ modules are installed in a way other as described here, damage and/or device failure or electrical shock may occur.
1
Check that all components of the ETERNUS DX are in normal status, using the [Storage System Status]
screen of ETERNUS Web GUI.
2
Check the port location of the Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) that is to be replaced by using the
Internal Parts information in the [Channel Adapter Detail] screen.
Note that a Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) is displayed as "16G SFP+(MMF)" in the "SFP Type" field.
3
Turn off the ETERNUS DX.
Refer to "2.1.4 Powering Off" (page 49) for details on how to turn off the ETERNUS DX.
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Wear a wrist strap or touch a metal part to discharge the human body's natural static electricity.
5
Disconnect the FC cable that is connected to the FC port in the Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) that
is to be replaced.
Push the tab on the FC cable connector and pull out the cable.
Make sure to record the connecting port for the disconnected FC cable.
6
Remove the Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s).
(1) Open the Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) lever upward.
(2) Pull the Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) straight out of the port cage.
Make sure to store the removed Short wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) with the fixing lever and the
connector cover attached.
7
Install the Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s).
(1) Remove the connector cover attached to the port of the Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) and
open the lever.
SFP+ module
Lever
Keep the removed connector cover in a safe place where they will not be lost.
(2) Check the direction of the Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) and insert it all the way into the
port gauge.
(3) Close the Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s) lever downward.
8
Connect the FC cable that is disconnected in Step 5.
Connect the FC cable connector to the FC port on the Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s).
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• When connecting the FC cables, position them so that they will not obstruct
replacement of the power supply unit or controllers by the maintenance engineer.
9
Repeat Step 5 through Step 8 to replace multiple SFP+ modules (16Gbit/s).
10
If a wrist strap is used, remove the wrist strap.
11
Turn on the ETERNUS DX.
Refer to "2.1.3 Powering On" (page 48) for details on how to turn on the ETERNUS DX.
12
Check that the PORT LINK/FAULT LED for the FC port on the replaced Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s)
turns off or lights up green.
13
Start ETERNUS Web GUI to check the status of the newly added Long wave SFP+ module (16Gbit/s).
On the Internal Parts information in the [Channel Adapter Details] screen of ETERNUS Web GUI, check
that the FC port status is Normal and the SFP type is changed to "16G SFP+(SMF)". In addition, confirm
that all of the other components are in normal status.
5.4
Adding Servers
To connect a new server to ETERNUS DX, preparation is required.
5.4.1
RAID Group Creation
Create RAID groups in order to create volumes to be used by the added server.
If free space in an existing RAID group is used, this procedure can be omitted.
The procedure to register a RAID group is as follows:
1
Click the [RAID Group] tab on the navigation of the ETERNUS Web GUI screen.
The [RAID Group] screen appears.
2
In [Action], click [Create].
The [Create RAID Group] screen appears.
3
Enter the name of the RAID group that is to be registered and select "Automatic" or "Manual" for "Create
Mode".
When "Automatic" is selected, the settings for "Automatic Setting" are displayed.
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When "Manual" is selected, the settings for "Manual Setting" are displayed.
4
Set the required items and click the [Create] button.
A confirmation screen appears.
5
Click the [OK] button.
The RAID group is registered and the registration completion screen appears.
6
Click the [Done] button.
The screen display returns to the [RAID Group] screen.
5.4.2
Volume Creation
Create volumes in the RAID group. The procedure to create a volume is as follows:
1
Click the [Volume] tab on the navigation of the ETERNUS Web GUI screen.
The [Volumes] screen appears.
2
In [Action], click [Create].
The [Create Volumes] screen appears.
3
Select "Automatic" or "Manual" for "RAID Group / TPP Selection".
4
Enter the name of the volume that is to be created in "Name", set the required items, and click the
[Create] button.
A confirmation screen appears.
5
Click the [OK] button.
The volume is created and the registration completion screen appears.
6
Click the [Done] button.
The screen display returns to the [Volumes] screen.
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5.4.3
Connection Setup
On the ETERNUS DX, perform information registration and host affinity creation for the server that is to be
added. On the server, operations such as preparing drivers and performing a LUN check are required.
For details on connection related setting procedures, refer to "Configuration Guide (Basic)" or "Configuration
Guide (Web GUI)". Also refer to "Configuration Guide -Server Connection-" as required.
The procedure to create a host affinity is as follows:
• Host group addition
• CA port parameter settings
• CA port group creation
• LUN group addition
• Host affinity creation
■ Host Group Addition
Add the information on the hosts (servers) that access the ETERNUS DX via the host interface port.
A host group is a group of HBAs that have the same host interface and access the same LUN groups.
Make sure to perform the appropriate host response settings before performing host group registration.
If the appropriate host response settings are not set, the volumes may not be recognized or the expected
performance may not be achieved.
The procedure to register a host group is as follows:
1
Click the [Connectivity] tab on the navigation of the ETERNUS Web GUI screen.
2
In [Action], click the [Add Host Group] that corresponds to the host interface of the server that is to be
added.
The screen to add a host group appears.
3
Specify a host group name to be created, and select a host response to be assigned to the host group.
4
Register a host in a host group, and then click the [Add] button.
A confirmation screen appears.
5
Click the [OK] button.
The host group is added and the registration completion screen appears.
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■ CA Port Parameter Settings
Set the CA port parameters if the port information of the ETERNUS DX needs to be changed because of the
server that is to be added.
When any server is already connected, make sure that the server will not be affected by the change.
For details on how to change the settings, refer to "Configuration Guide (Web GUI)".
■ CA Port Group Creation
Create a CA port group for a host to access the ETERNUS DX.
A CA port group is a group of host interface ports that have the same interface and connect to the specific
host group.
The procedure to create a CA port group is as follows:
1
Click the [Connectivity] tab on the navigation of the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, and then click "Port
Group" in [Category].
The [CA Port Group] screen appears.
2
In [Action], click the [Create CA Port Group] that corresponds to the host interface of the port group that
is to be added.
The [Create CA Port Group] screen appears.
3
In the [Create CA Port Group] screen, enter the name of the CA port group that is to be created, select
the checkbox for the ports that are to be registered in the CA port group, and click the [Create] button.
A confirmation screen appears.
4
Click the [OK] button.
The CA port group is created and the setting completion screen appears.
5
Click the [Done] button.
The screen display returns to the [CA Port Group] screen.
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■ LUN Group Addition
Add a group of volumes that can be recognized by the host (LUN group).
For each LUN group, volume numbers are assigned for the Logical Unit Numbers (LUNs) that are recognized
by the host.
The procedure to create a LUN group is as follows:
1
Click the [Connectivity] tab on the navigation of the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, and then click "LUN
Group" in [Category].
The [LUN Group] screen appears.
2
In [Action], click [Add LUN Group].
The [Add LUN Group] screen appears.
3
Enter the LUN group name in [LUN Group Setting], and then click the [Add] button in [Define LUN
Group].
The [Add LUN] screen appears.
4
Enter the number for the first LUN and number of LUNs to allocate to the LUN group in [LUN Setting],
select the number for the first volume to be allocated, and click the [OK] button.
The LUNs that are to be registered in the LUN group and the information for the volumes that are allocated to the LUNs are displayed.
5
Click the [Create] button.
A confirmation screen appears.
6
Click the [OK] button.
The LUN group is added and the setting completion screen appears.
7
Click the [Done] button.
The screen display returns to the [LUN Group] screen.
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■ Host Affinity Creation
Create an association between a host group and a CA port group and an association between a host group
and a LUN group to enable the host to recognize a LUN group.
The procedure to create a host affinity is as follows:
1
Click the [Connectivity] tab on the navigation of the ETERNUS Web GUI screen, and then click [Create
Host Affinity] in [Action].
The [Create Host Affinity] screen appears.
2
Select "Host Group - CA Port Group" in "Target Connection".
3
Select the "Host Group", the "CA Port Group", and the "LUN Group" that are to be associated.
(1) Click the [Browse] button in "Host Group".
A screen to select the host group appears.
(2) Select "Host Group" or "All" in "Target Connection".
To allow all of the hosts to recognize the LUN group, select "All".
• When "Host Group" is selected
Select a host group that is to be associated, and click the [OK] button.
• When "All" is selected
Select a host response, and then click the [OK] button.
(3) Click the [Browse] button in [CA Port Group].
A screen to select the CA port group appears.
(4) Select the CA port group that is to be associated and click the [OK] button.
The name of the selected CA port group is displayed in [CA Port Group].
(5) Click the [Browse] button in [LUN Group].
A screen to select the LUN group appears.
(6) Select the LUN group that is to be associated, and then click the [OK] button.
The name of the selected LUN group is displayed in [LUN Group].
4
Check the path between the host and the host interface port on the ETERNUS DX in [Host - CA Port Connection], and click the [Create] button.
A confirmation screen appears.
5
Click the [OK] button.
The host affinity is created and the registration completion screen appears.
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Click the [Done] button.
The screen display returns to the [Connectivity] screen.
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Maintenance
This chapter describes maintenance once the ETERNUS DX starts to be operated.
6.1
Periodic Backup
In case of an unexpected problems, important data should be regularly backed up.
Do
• We recommend that you backup important data regularly. If the ETERNUS DX fails
and the data has not been backed up, it may be lost.
6.2
Maintenance Service
This section explains the ETERNUS DX maintenance service.
When performing maintenance service, the maintenance engineer connects a PC used for maintenance to
the ETERNUS DX. Also, the maintenance engineer may require information that is necessary for performing maintenance operations. If the maintenance engineer has any requirement, we ask that they be handled.
6.2.1
Maintenance Support Period
The standard maintenance support period for ETERNUS DX is five years from the date of purchase, or is defined in your service level agreement (SLA). Contact your sales representative for details if you prefer to extend the period.
6.2.2
Related Service
■ Remote Support
If a possible error that may occur is detected or an error occurs when remote support service is used, the contents of events are automatically sent to the remote support center and notified to the user.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter explains troubleshooting when errors occur.
If something unusual occurs during operation, refer to "7.1 Check List" (page 104) to check the ETERNUS DX
status, and contact your maintenance engineer according to "7.2 Required Information for Inquiries" (page
112).
• When the ETERNUS DX is turned off
• When the ETERNUS DX refuses to turn on
• When the READY LED is not on
• When the FAULT LED is on
• When the FAULT LED blinks
• When the DRIVE FAULT LED is on
• When the ETERNUS DX cannot be connected via a network service
• When I/O access is slow
• When the server does not recognize the volumes
• When a server HBA fails and needs to be replaced
7.1
Check List
■ When the ETERNUS DX Is Turned Off
Check the points that are shown below. If the problem cannot be resolved, leave the ETERNUS DX alone and
contact your maintenance engineer.
• Is the ETERNUS DX's power cord disconnected?
• Is PSU switch of the power supply unit turned to OFF (¡)?
• Has the server been turned off?
If the ETERNUS DX power is in conjunction with the power synchronized unit, the power of the ETERNUS DX
will turn off when the server is turned off.
• Is the main line switch of the power distribution unit turned OFF (¡)?
• Is there a power failure?
• Has there been a recent main power failure?
If the Power Resume function is enabled, the ETERNUS DX turns on automatically after the power is restored.
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■ When the ETERNUS DX Refuses to Turn On
Check the points that are shown below. If the problem cannot be resolved, leave the ETERNUS DX alone and
contact your maintenance engineer.
• Is the ETERNUS DX's power cord disconnected?
• Is PSU switch of the power supply unit turned to OFF (¡)?
• Is the main line switch of the power distribution unit turned OFF (¡)?
• Is there a power failure?
• Is the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures disconnected?
■ When the READY LED Is Not On
If more than 10 minutes (or approximately 40 minutes in a Unified configuration and 50 minutes in a VLAN/
Bonding maximum configuration) have passed since the power of the ETERNUS DX was turned on and the
READY LED still has not turned on, contact your maintenance engineer.
■ When the FAULT LED Is On
Check the general status and the system messages in ETERNUS Web GUI. Perform the necessary actions to
correct the problem. If the problem cannot be resolved, leave the ETERNUS DX alone and contact your maintenance engineer.
For details about how to check the general status via ETERNUS CLI, refer to "3.3 Displaying Status via ETERNUS CLI" (page 54).
• When the general status of ETERNUS Web GUI is
- Check whether one side of the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is disconnected. If so, install the
connector in the DI port.
- Check if the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is connected. If the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is not connected, use the following procedure to connect the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures.
- Check that the l (IN) and n (OUT) side of the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is connected correctly. If the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is connected incorrectly, use the procedure that is
shown below to reconnect it.
• When the general status of ETERNUS Web GUI is
Check whether the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is connected in the correct order or check that
the l (IN) and n (OUT) side of the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is connected correctly. If the
mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is not connected correctly, use the procedure that is shown below to
reconnect the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures.
When a mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is not connected
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Press the controller enclosure's Power switch for four seconds or more to turn off the ETERNUS DX.
Drive enclosures with no mini SAS HD cable between enclosures connected will remain on.
2
Connect the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures while the drive enclosure is on.
3
Press the controller enclosure's Power switch to turn on the ETERNUS DX.
When the l (IN) and n (OUT) side of the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures is incorrectly connected
or the cable is connected in the wrong order
1
Press the controller enclosure's Power switch for four seconds or more to turn off the ETERNUS DX, and
turn off the AC power.
2
Reconnect the mini SAS HD cable between enclosures.
3
Make sure that AC power is being supplied, then turn the ETERNUS DX on.
■ When the FAULT LED Blinks
Check the general status and the system messages in ETERNUS Web GUI. A general status of
cates that the ETERNUS DX contains a component that requires preventive maintenance.
indi-
In the details screen for each component, check the detailed information for each component with the
symbol and contact your maintenance engineer.
For details about how to check the general status via ETERNUS CLI, refer to "3.3 Displaying Status via ETERNUS CLI" (page 54).
■ When the DRIVE FAULT LED Is On
Check the drive status.
While the Protection (Shield) function is being used, the DRIVE FAULT LED is temporarily turned on. For details on how the Protection (Shield) function works and how to check whether it is running, refer to "Design
Guide (Basic)".
If the problem persists, contact your maintenance engineer.
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■ When the ETERNUS DX Cannot Be Connected via a Network Service
Check the points that are shown below. If the problem persists, contact your maintenance engineer.
• Is the ETERNUS DX turned off?
• Has the LAN cable become disconnected? For a dual-controller type, does the controller to which the LAN
cable is connected have an unlit MASTER LED?
To switch the Master CM, perform one of the following procedures.
- Using the FUNCTION button to switch the Master CM
Push down the FUNCTION button twice within three seconds during maintenance to switch the Master
CM to another controller.
- Using ETERNUS Web GUI to switch the Master CM
If the IP address for the Slave CM is specified, access to the Slave CM IP address via ETERNUS Web GUI to
switch the Master CM is performed.
• Have any network devices (such as LAN switch or router) failed? Are the network device settings invalid?
• Are the environment settings for the network service invalid?
• Is the IP address incorrect?
• Are the settings for the ETERNUS DX LAN ports (firewall) invalid?
If the problem is not resolved, follow the procedure below to restore the default values for the ETERNUS DX
network environment settings and the firewall settings.
Note that the settings (network environment settings and firewall settings) for all of the LAN ports are
initialized after the following procedure is performed.
1
Remove the flange cover of the controller enclosure.
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Change the status of the ETERNUS DX to maintenance status.
Use the pin to push down the FUNCTION button for three seconds.
The ETERNUS DX is in maintenance status when the MAINTENANCE LED is green.
3
Use the pin to push down the FUNCTION button three times within three seconds.
After the default settings of the LAN ports are restored, the MAINTENANCE LED blinks green a few times
a second for several seconds.
4
Release maintenance status.
Use the pin to push down the FUNCTION button for three seconds.
The MAINTENANCE LED turns off.
5
Access ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI by using the default IP address to perform the network environment settings and the firewall settings.
Make sure to enable the firewall setting for the protocol that is used for each service.
• To use ETERNUS Web GUI, enable the http or https connection. If the connection is disabled, the
ETERNUS DX cannot connect to the network via GUI.
• To use ETERNUS CLI, enable the telnet or SSH connection. If the connection is disabled, the ETERNUS DX cannot connect to the network via CLI.
• To use the "ping" command for the ETERNUS DX, enable the ICMP connection. If the connection is
disabled, the ETERNUS DX does not respond to the "ping" command.
• To use monitoring software, enable the Maintenance Secure connection. If the connection is disabled, the ETERNUS DX cannot connect to the network via monitoring software.
• To use the SNMP Manager, enable the SNMP connection. If the connection is disabled, the ETERNUS DX does not respond to SNMP access.
6
Check whether each service can connect to the ETERNUS DX.
If it cannot connect, contact your maintenance engineer.
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■ When I/O Access Is Slow
Check the points that are shown below. When the cause is not identified, contact your maintenance engineer.
• Check that the ambient temperature does not exceed the operating environment conditions.
If the ambient temperature exceeds the operating environment conditions, Nearline SAS disk performance
may be reduced.
• Click the icon of each part on the [Storage] screen of [Component] of ETERNUS Web GUI to check if an abnormality is detected in ETERNUS DX parts.
If an abnormality is detected, contact your maintenance engineer.
• Check the path status.
- If the ETERNUS Multipath Driver is used, start ETERNUS Multipath Manager.
If an abnormality is detected in a path, refer to the ETERNUS Multipath Driver manuals and follow the
direction given in the manuals.
- If the ETERNUS Multipath Driver is not used, check the path status by using the path management tool
that each software provides and handle any problems as required.
• Check the loading of the ETERNUS DX. If the load is out of balance because of operation content changing
or for other reasons, review the configuration and settings.
• Check the transfer rate of the FC port.
If the transfer rate for the ETERNUS DX is different from the server or the FC switch, set the same transfer
rate as the server or FC switch.
• Check the number of command queues in the server.
When there are no problems in the process capacity of the server, adjust the number of command queues
so that the I/Os are issued for the appropriate number.
For details on the number of command queues, refer to "Configuration Guide -Server Connection-".
• Check the message log of the OS on the server that is connected and then take the appropriate actions.
• Check the status of the RAID group.
When rebuild/copyback or redundant copy is being performed in a RAID group with a "High" rebuild priority, the performance may be reduced until the operation is complete.
• Check the cache parameter settings of the volumes.
The performance may be reduced when multiple sequential read accesses simultaneously occur for volumes that do not have the Force Prefetch mode enabled. Enable the Force Prefetch mode and specify the
appropriate value for the Prefetch Limit.
This may be caused by accesses that are used for video distribution businesses.
■ When the Server Does Not Recognize the Volumes
Check the points that are shown below. If the problem cannot be resolved, leave the ETERNUS DX alone and
contact your maintenance engineer.
• Check the status of the ETERNUS DX and other devices such as network devices connecting the server and
the ETERNUS DX, and ensure that there are no problems with the power supply.
• Check if an error occurs in a path by using a path management tool such as ETERNUS Multipath Manager.
Refer to the relevant manuals and take the required actions.
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■ When a Server HBA Fails and Needs to be Replaced
This section explains the procedure that is required when the HBAs on the server need to be replaced due to
an FC card failure.
Only an overview of this procedure is provided here. For details, refer to related manuals.
Identifiers such as WWNs and IP addresses of ports persist even after CMs, CAs, and ports of the ETERNUS
DX are changed.
● FC/FCoE Card Replacement
The following procedure explains how to replace the FC/FCoE card.
1
Use ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI to check the WWN, the host affinity and the other settings of the
FC/FCoE card that is to be removed, and then record the settings.
2
Replace the FC/FCoE card on the server.
(1) Turn off the server where the FC/FCoE card is to be replaced.
(2) Replace the FC/FCoE card.
3
Use ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI to specify the required settings.
(1) Change the WWN, host affinity, and other settings of the removed FC/FCoE card.
Set the WWN, host affinity, and other settings of the new FC/FCoE card by referring to the information recorded in Step 1.
(2) When a switch is used, the WWN zoning settings need to be changed. For details on this setting,
refer to relevant manuals of the switch.
4
After completing the settings, confirm that access from the server is available.
● LAN Card Replacement
The following procedure explains how to replace the LAN card.
1
Turn off the server where the LAN card is to be replaced.
2
Replace the LAN card.
For details on the replacement procedure, refer to the relevant documentation for the LAN card.
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3
After completing the settings, confirm that access from the server is available.
● SAS Card Replacement
The following procedure explains how to replace the SAS card.
1
Check the SAS address, the host affinity and the other settings of the SAS card that is to be removed
from ETERNUS Web GUI or ETERNUS CLI, and then record the settings.
2
Replace the SAS card on the server.
(1) Turn off the server where the SAS card is to be replaced.
(2) Replace the SAS card.
For details on the replacement procedure, refer to the relevant documentation for the SAS card.
3
Change the SAS address, host affinity, and other settings of the removed SAS card.
Set the SAS address, host affinity, and other settings of the new SAS card by referring to the information
recorded in Step 1.
4
After completing the settings, confirm that access from the server is available.
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7.2
Required Information for Inquiries
Before contacting your maintenance engineer when trouble occurs, prepare the information that is shown
below. For details on the maintenance service, refer to "6.2 Maintenance Service" (page 103).
● The Model Name and the Serial Number of the ETERNUS DX
This information can be checked by using a device ID label, ETERNUS Web GUI, or ETERNUS CLI.
Device ID label
MODEL.
ETxxxxx
Model name
SERIAL.
xxxxxxxxxx
Serial number
ETERNUS Web GUI screen
Model name - Serial number
ETERNUS CLI (“show enclosure-status” command)
CLI> show enclosure-status
Enclosure View
Storage System Name
[ETERNUS DX100 S3]
Model Upgrade Status
[Not Upgraded]
Model Name
[ETxxxxxx]
Model name
Serial Number
[xxxxxx]
Serial number
:
● Details about the Trouble, Any Actions Taken, and the Results of These Actions
● The Devices That Are Connected to the ETERNUS DX
• The models of the server and network devices
• The power synchronized unit model
• The UPS model
● Log/Dump Information of the ETERNUS DX
When your maintenance engineer asks for the log/dump information of the ETERNUS DX, obtain the required
log/dump information using the log/dump collection function of ETERNUS Web GUI.
For details on obtaining the log/dump information, refer to "Web GUI User's Guide (Settings)".
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Date of issuance: November 2015
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