HP Tablet Accessory 5697-1697 User manual

HP Tablet Accessory 5697-1697 User manual
HP Disk Drive Replacement
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These instructions apply to Fibre Channel and SAS disk
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Before you begin
Observe the following precautions when replacing the
disk drive:
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HP Part Number: 5697-1679
Published: June 2012
Edition: 2
Ensure you have a replacement part available
before removing the failed component. Removing
a component impacts cooling within the enclosure.
Use a drive blank if a new drive is not available.
HP recommends that the replacement drive
matches the capacity and speed of the original
drive. For example, if the original drive was a
300 GB, 15K RPM drive, the replacement would
be a 300 GB, 15K RPM drive.
P63x0 and P65x0 storage systems support SAS
disk drives with EVA on the front identification
label. Other SAS drives are not supported.
Do not remove more than one disk drive at a time
from the enclosure. Doing so would impact
cooling of the enclosure and can cause data loss.
Parts can be damaged by electrostatic discharge.
Use proper antistatic protection.
Have a copy of the product user guide available
for reference. You can download a copy of the
user guide from the product support page on the
HP website.
Figure 1 (page 2) shows the numbering of Fibre
Channel disk drives in the disk enclosure used with
the EVA.
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Figure 1 FC disk drive numbering
Verifying system redundancy
Before replacing a disk, examine the redundancy status
of the entire storage system to ensure a disk can be
removed without impacting data availability.
1. Open HP P6000 Command View and click the
icon of the storage system you want to view
(Figure 4 (page 2)).
Figure 2 (page 2) shows the numbering of SAS small
form factor (SFF) disk drives and Figure 3 (page 2)
shows the numbering of large form factor (LFF) disk
drives in the disk enclosure used with the
P63x0/P65x0 EVA.
Figure 4 Selecting a storage system
Figure 2 SAS SFF disk drive numbering
Figure 3 SAS LFF disk drive numbering
On the Initialized Storage System Properties
window, click Check Redundancy (Figure 5 (page
Figure 5 Checking redundancy
Types of disk drive failures
If the system is not redundant, information is
displayed indicating the cause of the lack of
redundancy. See the HP P6000 Command View
online help to interpret the information that is
displayed. In this situation, work with your HP call
center agent to determine how to proceed.
There are two types of disk drive failures:
If the system is redundant, continue with “Verifying
component failure” (page 3).
Hard failure: The disk drive is no longer
functioning properly and has been assigned a
failed status. This type of failure is indicated by
an operational state of (Failed) in HP P6000
Command View. The amber fault status indicator
on the disk is typically on.
CAUTION: Do not proceed with the disk drive
replacement until you are certain the storage
system is redundant.
Impending failure: Although the disk drive is still
functioning, errors have been detected that
indicate an impending failure. This type of failure
is not accompanied by a failed status.
CAUTION: A disk drive with an
impending failure appears to be operating
normally in HP P6000 Command View,
and the fault light on the disk is off.
Therefore, it is important that you positively
identify the disk drive before performing
the replacement. Work with the HP Solution
Center to ensure you identify the correct
disk drive for replacement.
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Figure 7 SAS disk drive status indicators
Verifying component failure
Before replacing a disk drive, use the following
methods to verify component failure:
CAUTION: If HP P6000 Command View does
not present a status consistent with the disk status
indicators, or if HP P6000 Command View or
your system monitoring tool indicates multiple
hardware failures, contact HP support for
assistance (http://www.hp.com/support).
1. Locate/Fault
Table 1 Disk drive status indicator LED descriptions
Analyze all failure messages received. Error
messages identify each disk drive by its rack,
enclosure, bay, and UUID (World Wide Name).
Record this information to assist you in identifying
the correct disk before replacing it.
LED color
LED status
Locate drive
blinking (0.5
Drive fault
Blinking (1
Drive is
spinning up
or down and
is not ready
2. Status
The following is a sample of the disk identification
FRU List:
Storage System Name:
Storage System World Wide ID: 5000-1FE1-0015-42A0
Disk Drive UUID:
NOTE: The Disk Drive UUID corresponds
to the disk Node World Wide Name
displayed in HP P6000 Command View.
Fast blinking Drive activity
(4 Hz)
Drive Location --Enclosure ID:
Bay ID:
Rack Number:
2. Status
Observe the disk status indicators (Figure 6 (page
3) for Fibre Channel disk drives and
Figure 7 (page 3) for SAS disk drives;
Table 1 (page 3) describes the LEDs). If a hard
failure has occurred, the amber indicator will be
on solid.
Verify the disk status using HP P6000 Command
1. In the Navigation pane, select Storage
system→Hardware→Disk enclosure→Bay.
Figure 6 FC disk drive status indicators
Ready for
Use the information from the error message
to guide you to the correct disk.
In the Content pane, select the Disk Drive
Compare the disk Node World Wide Name
with the error message UUID information
recorded earlier to ensure you have selected
the correct disk (Figure 8 (page 3)).
Figure 8 Identifying Node World Wide Name
1. Locate/Fault
2. Status
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Verify the disk operational state. If a hard
failure has occurred, the operational state
appears as (Failed). A disk with an
impending failure indicates Good status until
the condition of the disk drive degrades
enough to become a hard failure.
Verify that the Requested usage and Actual
usage boxes display Ungrouped
(Figure 9 (page 4)).
For an impending failure, you must ungroup
the disk before you remove it:
Only ungroup one disk at a time. Before you
ungroup a disk, verify that leveling is not in
progress and that sufficient free space is
available. After you ungroup the disk, verify
the status of the disk group before continuing.
For more information about leveling and free
space, see the Enterprise Virtual Array
configuration best practices white paper for
your array model.
a. Click Ungroup.
b. Click Ungroup in background.
Figure 9 Verifying disk group status
CAUTION: Both fields must display
Ungrouped before you remove the
disk drive.
If both fields display Ungrouped, proceed
to Step 7.
A dialog box indicates that the
Operation succeeded. This indicates that
the ungroup operation has been
initiated. You can monitor the progress
of the ungroup on the Disk Drive
Properties window.
Click the Disk Drive tab and monitor the
ungroup progress in the Migration
progress box (Figure 10 (page 4)).
Figure 10 Monitoring ungroup progress
Otherwise, continue with Step 6.
When the ungroup is complete, continue
with Step 7.
The ungrouping process can take up to
several hours to complete. The duration
depends on the capacity of the disk and the
level of storage system activity.
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If, after attempting to ungroup the disk, the
Requested usage and Actual usage boxes do
not display Ungrouped or the Migration
progress box does not display 100%, contact
your HP-authorized service representative for
Click Remove to prepare the disk for
removal. The status indicators on the disk will
flash to help you locate the disk. You can
now proceed to “Removing a disk drive”
(page 5).
NOTE: To return the Device Addition Policy
to automatic, repeat this procedure after you
verify that the disk has the correct firmware
Removing a disk drive
Determine the status of the disk drive from the
hot-plug disk drive LEDs. See Table 1 (page 3).
Back up all data on the disk drive.
CAUTION: To prevent insufficient cooling
and thermal damage, do not operate the
storage enclosure unless all bays are
populated with either a disk drive or a
Installing a disk drive
Press the drive latch on the disk drive to unlatch
the lever (1, Figure 11 (page 5)), and move the
lever to the left (2).
Insert the disk drive into the drive bay (1,
Figure 12 (page 5)) until it clicks, locking the
drive. Push firmly on the front of the drive carrier
to ensure the drive is fully seated into the
Rotate the drive lever to the right until it locks (2).
IMPORTANT: When the drive is inserted
and the enclosure is powered, the drive
LEDs flash for two seconds to indicate that
the drive is seated properly and receiving
Figure 11 Removing a disk drive
Figure 12 Installing a disk drive
Pull the disk drive out of the drive bay (3).
Changing the Device Addition Policy
To prevent the storage system from automatically
grouping a new disk that might have the incorrect
firmware on it, verify the Device Addition Policy and
set it to manual if necessary:
1. In the HP P6000 Command View navigation
pane, select the storage system.
As the drive begins to spin, verify that the drive
LEDs illuminate one at a time and then turn off
together to indicate that the system has
recognized the new drive.
In fault-tolerant configurations, allow the
replacement drive to be reconstructed
automatically with data from the other drives.
While reconstruction is in progress, the online
LED flashes.
The Initialized Storage System Properties window
Click System Options.
Select Set system operational policies.
If the Device Addition Policy is set to Automatic,
change it to Manual.
Click Save changes.
Verifying operation
After replacing the disk, observe the following to verify
that the disk is operating properly:
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NOTE: It can take up to 10 minutes for the
component to display good status.
Observe the disk status indicators (Table 1 (page
3)). The green indicator should be on or flashing.
Verify the following using HP P6000 Command
After replacing the disk drive, add the disk to a disk
group. The disk is typically added back into its original
disk group.
1. In the navigation pane, select Storage
system→Hardware→Disk Enclosure→Bay.
2. In the content pane, select the Disk Drive tab.
3. Click Group to initiate the process for adding the
disk to a disk group.
Navigate back to the component and verify
the operational state. It should be
Adding the disk to a disk group
Ensure that the disk drive is running the correct
firmware. Record the Model number and the
Firmware version of the disk (Figure 13 (page
6)). Compare the firmware version with the
supported disk drive firmware in the HP P6000
Enterprise Virtual Array Disk Drive Firmware
Support document, which is available at the
following website:
Operation Successful is displayed
indicating the disk is now grouped and leveling
has been initiated. The storage system begins
immediately using the disk.
NOTE: If the Device Addition Policy is set to
automatic, the disk is automatically added to a
disk group. In this case, the Group option will
not be available.
Click Disk Storage Systems under Storage,
and then select your product under
P6000/EVA Disk Arrays.
Returning the failed component
If the disk is running an unsupported version
of firmware, download the firmware from the
following website and install it using the
instructions included with the firmware file. Do
not add the disk to a disk group if it is running
an unsupported firmware version.
Follow the return instructions provided with the new
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NOTE: When downloading the
firmware, use the disk drive model
number to locate the correct firmware
file. If you have difficulty locating the
firmware, contact your HP-authorized
service representative for assistance.
Figure 13 Verifying model number and firmware
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