Options: • 2.4 Drives (four minimum for each drive drawer or 20 minimum for the entire controller-drive tray) Insert two M4 screws through the rear of the cabinet, and screw them into the captured nuts in the rear flange in the mounting rail. ATTENTION Possible equipment damage – Because of the weight of the entire array, the drives cannot ship installed in either a single E2660 controller-drive tray or a cabinet. Two host bus adapters (HBAs), two host channel adapters (HCAs), or two Ethernet adapters installed in each host • Two copper cables for each drive tray connection Refer to the NetApp Interoperability Matrix at support.netapp.com/matrix for information about firmware or your configuration. 1 2 • • • 2.5 An Internet connection A cart to hold the controller-drive tray and its components Labels for the cable connections A medium flat-blade screwdriver and a No. 2 Phillips screwdriver Anti-static protection A flashlight 2 2.6 2.7 Install the mounting rails 3.3 With the help of a mechanized lift or at least two other persons, place the rear of the E2660 controller-drive tray on the mounting rails. 2. Bottom Cabinet Mounting Hole on the Rear EIA Support Rail 3.4 Substeps for Removing the Handles 1. Pull the thumb latch away from the drive tray to detach the hook. 2. Shift the drive tray handle down to release the other four hooks. 3. Move the drive tray handle away from the drive tray. Tighten the adjustment screws on the mounting rail. Repeat step 2.2 through Step 2.5 to install the second mounting rail. 3 Install the controller-drive tray Position the mounting rails in the cabinet. • If you are installing the mounting rails above an existing tray, position the mounting rails directly above the tray. • If you are installing the mounting rails below an existing tray, allow 17.8-cm (7-in.) vertical clearance for the E2660 controllerdrive tray. >35 kg (77 lbs) Three persons are required to safely lift the component. WARNING (W15) Risk of bodily injury – >35 An empty traylbs) weighs kg (70.5 approximately 56.7 kg (125 lb). Three persons are required to safely move an empty tray. If the tray is populated with components, a mechanized lift is required to safely move the tray. NOTE Make sure you do not install the drives in the controller-drive tray until you have moved it into the cabinet. 3.1 3.5 After removing the handles, slide the E2660 controller-drive tray into the cabinet, and verify that the rear of the E2660 controller-drive tray is secured by the hold-down clips at the rear of each mounting rail. 3.6 Secure the side of the E2660 controller-drive tray to the cabinet. Use the four 10-32 screws to attach the flange on each side of the E2660 controller-drive tray to the mounting rails. NOTE Make sure that each drive drawer in the E2660 controller-drive tray is securely fastened to ensure correct air flow to the drives. 3.7 4 IMPORTANT Install the drives in each drawer from left-to-right in each row. You must install a drive in slots 1, 4, 7, and 10 so that the four drives in each row are adjacent to each other. The long edge of each drive should touch the drive next to it. To maintain a uniform airflow across all drawers, the controller-drive tray must be configured with a minimum of four drives in the front of each row in the drive drawer. NOTE The drive drawers ship installed in the E2660 controller-drive tray, but the drives ship separately from the drive drawers. For detailed installation instructions, refer to E2600 Controller-Drive Tray and Related Drive Trays Installation Guide, and review these instructions before beginning the installation. 1 1. Two M5 Screws for the Front EIA Support Rail 2. Two M4 Screws for the Rear EIA Support Rail 2.2 Four Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers, one for each of the host channel ports on the controllers (for Fibre Channel setup only) • One cabinet mounting hardware kit, including: – Two mounting rails (right and left assemblies) In the top drive drawer in the controller-drive tray, release the levers on each side of the drive drawer by pulling both towards the center. 10 10 1. Front Bezel 1 5 2 6 3 1. Front of the Mounting Rail 2. Rear of the Mounting Rail 3. Rail Fix Bar 4. Two M5 Screws for the Front EIA Support Rail 5. Two Clips for the Front EIA Support 6. Rear Bracket 10 10 10 10 2 ! 4.2 4 2. Drive Drawers (Front Bezel Removed) 1. Cabinet Mounting Holes 2. Adjustment Screws 3. Support Rails 4. Two M5 Screws for the Front EIA Support Rail 2.3 Insert one M5 screw through the front of the cabinet, and screw it into the top captured nut in the mounting rail. 4.3 ! 4 8 8 ! 5 – Eight M5 x 8 mm screws – Use six screws to secure the mounting rails and two screws to secure the front of the controller-drive tray to the cabinet. – Two M4 x 8 mm screws – Use the screws to secure the rear of the controller-drive tray to the mounting rails. 4.1 11 ! E2660 controller-drive tray -- What you need for assembly: • For the maximum number of drives supported in a particular configuration, consult the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray and Related Drive Trays hardware installation manual. 1 92042-04 If your array includes expansion drive trays as well as a controllerdrive tray, refer to the enclosure part numbers in your Sales Order. Verify that you install the controllers in the controller-drive tray enclosure, and not in a drive tray enclosure. (Controller-drive tray enclosures do not inclue a “QS” designator in their part numbers. Drive tray enclosure part numbers include a “QS” designator.) One four-unit (4U) -high E2660 controller-drive tray E2660 Controller-Drive Tray – Front and Rear View Make sure that the adjustment screws on the mounting rail are loose so that the mounting rail can extend or contract as needed. Do not completely tighten the screws until you have installed the E2660 controller-drive tray in the cabinet. Record the serial number of the integrated controller-drive tray enclosure for later use. This serial number is required to initiate any support request for your system. • Install the drives in the controller-drive tray E2660 Controller-Drive Tray with Handles For warnings, refer to the printed Safety Notices document. 1.1 Attach the bezel onto the front of the E2660 controller-drive tray. ATTENTION Risk of bodily injury – Do not use equipment in the cabinet as a shelf or work space. With the help of at least two other persons, remove the E2660 controller-drive tray and all of the contents from the shipping carton, using the four handles as shown. Before you begin ATTENTION Register the E-Series storage system – Before you begin the installation, register your E-Series storage system at support.netapp.com using the serial number for the integrated controller-drive tray enclosure. Use of any other component serial numbers (such as those for individual controllers or drive tray enclosures) will not enable correct registration for the array. After the E2660 controller-drive tray is correctly aligned, use your thumb to unlatch the four handles (two to a side), and remove the handles from the E2660 controller-drive tray, from the rear to the front (refer to the image below). Counting up from the bottom of the mounting rail, place the bottom screw of the rear bracket in the 8th hole of the cabinet rail so that the top screw of the rear bracket is in the 11th hole. The distance between the two holes should be 1U or 4.45 cm (1.75 in.). WARNING (W09) Risk of bodily injury – 2 1 1. Top Cabinet Mounting Hole on the Rear EIA Support Rail The screw fits into the hole on each side at the back of the E2660 controller-drive tray when the tray is secured to the cabinet in step 3.5. You can install the E2660 controller-drive tray into an industrystandard cabinet. There must be a minimum depth of 76 cm (30 in.) between the front EIA support rails and the rear EIA support rails. 2.1 Remove the front bezel by grasping the sides and pulling the bezel toward you. Set it aside. 92042-05 Tools: • • • • 3.2 3. Power Supplies 4. ESM A 5. ESM B 3 8 8 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 10 11 12 12 12 10 11 12 12 Pull on the extended levers to pull the drive drawer out to its full extension without removing it from the controller-drive tray. 1. Raised Buttons Starting with the first drive, raise the drive handle to the vertical position, and align the raised button on each side over Raised Buttons the matching gap in1.the drive channel on the drive drawer. 1 4.4 Lower the drive straight down, and rotate the drive handle down until the drive snaps into place under the drive release lever. 1. Drive Release Lever 2. Drive Handle 1 4.5 Install the other drives in rows from left-to-right, front-to-back, until the drive drawer is fully populated. 4.6 Push the drive drawer all the way back into the controller-drive tray, and close the levers on each side of the drive drawer. 4.7 Continue with the next drive drawer, by repeating step 4.1 through step 4.6 for each drive drawer in the configuration. 5 NOTE When turning off the power to the storage array, perform the procedure in the reverse order. Turn off the power first to the controller-drive tray, and then turn off the power to the drive trays. Steps to connect a second DE6600 drive tray to an E2660 controller-drive tray: 2 5.10 Starting with the E2660 controller-drive tray, connect the SAS expansion connector of controller A to one of the SAS IN connectors on ESM A of the first DE6600 drive tray. 5.11 On the E2660 controller-drive tray, connect the SAS expansion connector of controller B to one of the SAS IN connectors on ESM B of the second DE6600 drive tray. 5.12 5.13 Connect the cables 1 Both management methods are specific to the installation steps in Section 9. This section and those that follow concern configuration of the entire storage array. SAS IN Controller A 2 SAS IN Controller B EXP 6 EXP ! 7.a1 ! 8 8 3 SAS IN ESM A EXP 4 SAS IN ESM B EXP 2 1. SAS IN Connectors on Controller A 2. SAS IN Connectors on Controller B Attach the appropriate cables and components for the relevant protocol (Fibre Channel, SAS, or iSCSI). Choose the host connection configuration. • • 5.3 5.4 Direct topology – Connect the cable from the host port on the controller to either an HBA port (for Fibre Channel), a SAS port, or an Ethernet adapter (iSCSI) on the host. The figure in step 5.13 shows the HBA port option on the host. Switch or fabric topology – Connect the cable from the host port on the controller to a port on the switch, and make sure that the HBA and the controller are in the same zone on the switch. • Mixed topology – Use a combination of direct topology and fabric topology. Repeat step 5.1 through step 5.2 once more for the each controller and host channel that you intend to use. 5.6 5.7 6 5.8 5.9 On the E2660 controller-drive tray, connect the SAS expansion connector of controller B to one of the SAS IN connectors on ESM B of the first DE6600 drive tray. SAS IN ESM B EXP 7.c1 Turn off all of the Power switches from the rear of the storage array, and make sure that all of the power cords are connected. 6.2 If the main AC circuit breaker switches in the cabinet are not already turned on, turn on the circuit breaker switches. 6.3 Turn on the Power switch on each power-fan canister in all of the installed drive trays. 6.4 Turn on both Power switches on each power-fan canister in the E2660 controller-drive tray. For more information, refer to the “Deciding on the Management Method” step in the Initial Configuration and Software Installation Guide for SANtricity® Storage Manager. 9.3 Without a DHCP server Connect separate Ethernet cables to each controller. Manually configure the network settings on the controllers, using the guidelines and procedures from the “Manually Configuring the Controllers” step in the Initial Configuration and Software Installation Guide for SANtricity Storage Manager. With a DHCP server Connect separate Ethernet cables to each controller. Assign static IP addresses to the controllers. NOTE This method applies only to IPv4 networks. Connect separate Ethernet cables to each controller. NOTE This method applies only to IPv6 networks and does not require either a DHCP server or a router. 8 9.4 9.5 • Hosts send I/O to the storage array. • Management stations manage the storage array. The type of operating system that the management station runs defines which SANtricity Storage Manager installation package you should install. 8.1 8.2 Download the appropriate operating system (OS) version of the SANtricity Storage Manager for your management station and attached hosts from the NetApp Support Site at support.netapp.com. • Review the appropriate operating system and device driver readme files included with SANtricity Storage Manager for additional information. • For detailed information, consult the Initial Configuration and Software Installation for SANtricity Storage Manager. Launch the SMIA executable file. Follow the instructions in the wizard, and select one of these installation methods: • • • 8.3 For the Management Station designated as a monitor (for monitoring and sending alert notifications), select Management Station (full installation), and, when prompted, click Automatically Start Monitor. For the Management Station that you will use to manage the storage array, select Management Station, and, when prompted, select Do Not Automatically Start the Monitor. For all I/O hosts attached to the storage array, select Host, and, when prompted, select Do Not Automatically Start the Monitor. For Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems, the Initial Configuration and Software Installation for SANtricity Storage Manager instructs you on installing failover software. Check the BIOS and device driver versions for your current Fibre Channel HBA, SAS HBA, or iSCSI channel management adapter (CMA). If necessary, update them before proceeding. For HBAs, obtain the BIOS and device drivers directly from the vendor. Start the SANtricity Storage Manager software from your management station either by typing SMclient and pressing Enter (UNIX OSs), or by navigating to the directory that contains the SMclient.exe file, typing SMclient and pressing Enter (Windows OSs). The client software starts and shows the Enterprise Management Window (EMW). Select Tools >> Automatic Discovery from the EMW to discover the storage array. In the configuration dialog, click OK to start the automatic discovery. Click the Devices tab of the EMW to see the storage arrays. Double-click the storage array that you want to manage. The associated Array Management Window (AMW) is launched. NOTE To add a storage array from outside the local subnetwork, use the manual discovery method. From the EMW, click the Add Storage Arrays link, and follow the instructions. 10 10.1 Perform a basic setup In the AMW, select the Setup tab, and select the Rename Storage Array link to name the storage array. You can use up to 30 alphanumeric characters, hyphens (-), pound signs (#), and underscores (_). 10.2 Also on the Setup tab, click the Locate Storage Array link to find the storage array in the cabinet. A white LED blinks on the front of the selected storage array. Physically label the storage array with its name. 10.3 Click the Storage & Copy Services tab to see the storage array’s configuration. If the storage array is not in the Optimal state, click the Needs Attention link. Follow the steps in the Recovery Guru. Install the software Two types of computers are associated with the storage array. Turn on the power 6.1 9.2 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration IMPORTANT You must turn on the power to all connected drive trays before you turn on the power for the E2660 controller-drive tray. Performing this action makes sure that the controllers recognize each attached drive tray. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the appropriate Ethernet network connection or directly to the Ethernet ports on your management station. Starting with the E2660 controller-drive tray, connect the SAS expansion connector of controller A to one of the SAS IN connectors on ESM A of the first DE6600 drive tray. 4 WARNING (W17) Risk of bodily injury – Each tray has more than one power cord. To remove all electrical current from the devices, make sure that all of the power cords are disconnected from the power source. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port 1 connector on controller A. Steps to connect one DE6600 drive tray to an E2660 controller-drive tray: EXP You must follow the power sequence in the order shown for turning on AC power to controller-drive trays and drive trays that use AC power. To establish power redundancy for trays with two power supplies, use at least two different power distribution units (PDUs) in the cabinet. Split the power connections from each tray into the separate PDUs. Then connect the PDUs to external power receptacles that are on different circuits. When you are finished, label each end of the cable with information about its connection for when you need to replace cables or move the physical storage array. Repeat step 5.5 through step 5.6 for controller B. SAS IN ESM A For more information about cabling configurations, refer to either the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray and Related Drive Trays hardware installation guide or the Hardware Cabling Guide. Steps to connect Ethernet cables for out-of-band management only: 5.5 3 1. Controller A of the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray 2. Controller B of the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray 3. ESM A on the DE6600 Drive Trays 4. ESM B on the DE6600 Drive Trays 5. ESM SAS IN Connector, Two per DE6600 Drive Trays 6. SAS Expansion Connectors on Controller A and Controller B For specific examples of a switch or fabric topology or of a mixed topology, refer to the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray and Related Drive Trays hardware installation guide. 5.2 7.b1 7.b2 Host-to-Controller Cabling 5.1 7.a2 5 WARNING (W03) Risk of exposure to laser radiation – Do not disassemble or remove any part of a Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceiver because you might be exposed to laser radiation. • Out-of-band management – Managing a storage array by using a storage management station to send commands through the Ethernet connections on each controller. For out-of-band management, use one of the following methods to configure the controllers for network connectivity: 8 8 9.1 • In-band management – Managing a storage array by using a storage management station to send commands through the host input/output (I/O) connection to the controller. On the second DE6600 drive tray, connect the SAS expansion connector of ESM B to one of the SAS IN connectors on ESM B of the first DE6600 drive tray. 1 Before performing this step, make sure that you have correctly configured the storage array IP addresses as described in the Initial Configuration and Software Installation Guide for SANtricity Storage Manager. Determine the management method 7 On the first DE6600 drive tray, connect the SAS expansion connector of ESM A to one of the SAS IN connectors on ESM A of the second DE6600 drive tray. 9 Discover the storage array 10.4 10.5 Select the Summary tab, and select Storage Array Profile. By clicking the tabs, find the controller firmware, NVSRAM, ESM firmware, and firmware version, and record them. Close the storage array profile. 11 Configure the storage array In the AMW, select the Setup tab. If the storage array is in the Optimal state, perform these tasks: 11.1 Configure the storage array. 11.2 Define the hosts. 11.3 Create new storage partitions. 11.4 Select Monitor >> Health >> Collect Support Data. Then name and specify a location on your system where you want to store the support bundle. 11.5 To set or change a password, in the AMW, select either the Set a Storage Array Password link under the Setup tab, or select Storage Array >> Security >> Set Password. May 2014 NetApp Inc. 495 East Java Drive Sunnyvale, CA 94089 U.S.A. Telephone: + (408) 822-6000 Fax: +1 (408) 822-4501 Support telephone: +1 (888) 4-NETAPP Document comments: email@example.com Information Web: http://www.netapp.com Part Number: 210-06532_B0 Copyright © 2014 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.
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