J4060-01
SAS/SATA JBOD SERIES
User's Manual
UM_J4060-01_v.2_040716
CONTENTS
PREFACE�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� i
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ii
Chapter 1. Prodcut Introduction�������������������������������������������������������������1
1.1 Box Content������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 1
1.2 Specifications��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
1.3 General Information����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
1.4 8644 with Zoning Configuration and 8644 port definition����������������������������� 6
Chapter 2. Hardware Installation����������������������������������������������������������10
2.1 Removing and Installing Top Cover������������������������������������������������������������� 10
2.2 Removing/Installing a Drive Tray/ Hard Drive/ Drive Slot Map������������������ 11
2.3 Removing and Installing a PSU Module������������������������������������������������������� 14
2.4 Removing and Installing a Fan Module������������������������������������������������������� 15
2.5 Removing and Installing External Expander Module���������������������������������� 16
2.6 Removing and Installing the HDD backplane Module������������������������������ 17
2.7 Installing Slide Rail������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 18
Chapter 3. Sub-System Configuration Setup���������������������������������������19
3.1 Supported Configuration������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
3.2 Connect Host to JBOD via RS232������������������������������������������������������������������ 20
3.3 Utility Set up on Host��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
3.4 Updating Firmware and MFG through Console Port����������������������������������� 24
3.5 Configure command Line Interface Operation������������������������������������������ 27
3.6 SES Inband Features��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 44
Chapter 4. BMC Configuration and Settings����������������������������������������63
4.1 Sensor’s location for Fan & Temperature����������������������������������������������������� 63
4.2 Utility setup on Host���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 64
4.3 Connect Host to BMC by RS232�������������������������������������������������������������������� 64
4.4 BMC LED signal����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 68
4.5 Web UI������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 69
4.5.1 Dashboard��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 69
4.6 Firmware Update�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 90
4.7 Expander firmware update��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 95
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4.8 Firmware safety mode����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 99
Chapter 5. Technical Support�������������������������������������������������������������104
contents
Copyright © 2016 AIC, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
This document contains proprietary information about
AIC products and is not to be disclosed or used except in
accordance with applicable agreements.
PREFACE
• Copyright
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system,
or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photostatic, recording or otherwise, without the prior written consent of the
manufacturer.
• Trademarks
All products and trade names used in this document are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective holders.
• Changes
The material in this document is for information purposes only and is subject
to change without notice.
• Warning
1. A shielded-type power cord is required in order to meet FCC emission
limits and also to prevent interference to the nearby radio and television
reception. It is essential that only the supplied power cord be used.
2. Use only shielded cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment.
3. You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to
operate the equipment.
• Disclaimer
AIC shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions
contained herein. The information provided is provided "as is" without
warranty of any kind. To the extent permitted by law, neither AIC or its
affiliates, subcontractors or suppliers will be liable for incidental, special or
consequential damages including downtime cost; lost profits; damages
relating to the procurement of substitute products or services; or damages
for loss of data, or software restoration. The information in this document is
subject to change without notice.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Before getting started, please read the following important cautions:
• All cautions and warnings on the equipment or in the manuals should be
noted.
• Most electronic components are sensitive to electrical static discharge.
Therefore, be sure to ground yourself at all times when installing the
internal components.
• Use a grounding wrist strap and place all electronic components in
static-shielded devices. Grounding wrist straps can be purchased in any
electronic supply store.
• Be sure to turn off the power and then disconnect the power cords from
your system before performing any installation or servicing. A sudden
surge of power could damage sensitive electronic components.
• Do not open the system’s top cover. If opening the cover for
maintenance is a must, only a trained technician should do so.
Integrated circuits on computer boards are sensitive to static electricity.
Before handling a board or integrated circuit, touch an unpainted
portion of the system unit chassis for a few seconds. This will help to
discharge any static electricity on your body.
• Place this equipment on a stable surface when install. A drop or fall
could cause injury.
• Please keep this equipment away from humidity.
• Carefully mount the equipment into the rack, in such manner, that it
won’t be hazardous due to uneven mechanical loading.
• This equipment is to be installed for operation in an environment with
maximum ambient temperature below 35°C.
• The openings on the enclosure are for air convection to protect the
equipment from overheating. DO NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.
• Never pour any liquid into ventilation openings. This could cause fire or
electrical shock.
• Make sure the voltage of the power source is within the specification
on the label when connecting the equipment to the power outlet. The
current load and output power of loads shall be within the specification.
• This equipment must be connected to reliable grounding before using.
Pay special attention to power supplied other than direct connections,
e.g. using of power strips.
• Place the power cord out of the way of foot traffic. Do not place
anything over the power cord. The power cord must be rated for the
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• product, voltage and current marked on the product’s electrical ratings
label. The voltage and current rating of the cord should be greater than the
voltage and current rating marked on the product.
• If the equipment is not used for a long time, disconnect the equipment from
mains to avoid being damaged by transient over-voltage.
• Never open the equipment. For safety reasons, only qualified service
personnel should open the equipment.
• If one of the following situations arise, the equipment should be checked by
service personnel:
1. The power cord or plug is damaged.
2. Liquid has penetrated the equipment.
3. The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
4. The equipment does not work well or will not work according to its user
manual.
5. The equipment has been dropped and/or damaged.
6. The equipment has obvious signs of breakage.
7. Please disconnect this equipment from the AC outlet before cleaning.
Do not use liquid or detergent for cleaning. The use of a moisture sheet or
cloth is recommended for cleaning.
• Module and drive bays must not be empty! They must have a dummy cover.
Product features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
CAUTION :
risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
After performing any installation or servicing, make sure the
enclosure are lock and screw in position, turn on the power.
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Chapter 1 Product Introduction
Chapter 1. Prodcut Introduction
1.1 Box Content
Before removing the subsystem from the shipping carton, visually inspect the
physical condition of the shipping carton. Exterior damage to the shipping
carton may indicate that the contents of the carton are damaged. If any
damage is found, do not remove the components; contact the dealer where
the subsystem was purchased for further instructions. Before continuing, first
unpack the subsystem and verify that the contents of the shipping carton are
all there and in good condition.
• Enclosure (Power supply, fan, 60 HDD tray included)
• RS232 cable x 1pcs
• Power cord x 2pcs
• Screws kit x 1set
• Mounting Optional
Slide Rail x 1set
If any items are missing, please contact your authorized reseller or sales representative.
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1.2 Specifications
General
Drives Supported
Administration /
Management
Hot swap and
Redundancy
Number of Expander
2 x External expanders
6 x Internal expanders
Expander Chip
LSI SAS3x36R + LSI SAS3x48
Host/Expansion
Interface
6 x Mini SAS HD (SFF-8644)
per expander module
Drive Interface
12Gb & 6Gb SAS if using dual expanders
12Gb & 6Gb SAS/SATA if using single
expander
Form Factor
3.5”
Admin/Firmware
Upgrade
In-band & Serial port interface
IEM port (Optional)
LED indicators,
Audible Alarm
Yes
Drive Bays
Universal A/C Input
100~240V AC full range
Operating
Environment
Temperature : 0ºC to 35ºC
Relative humidity : 20% to 80%
Non-operating
Environment
Temperature : -20ºC to 60ºC
Relative humidity : 10% to 90%
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
(with chassis ears)
mm : 480 x 865.25 x 175.75
Gross Weight
(w/ PSU & Rail,
w/o Disks)
kgs : 52.76
mm : 603 x 1095 x 408
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Packaging
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
Cooling
4 x 8cm fans
Standard
Slide rail
Power Supply
1400W 1+1 hot swap redundant 80+
Platinum
Option
Cable management kit
Power Entry
Dual AC inlet
Expander Modules
Dual expanders (Optional)
Electrical and
Environmental
Physical
Specification
Mounting
inches : 18.9 x 34 x 6.9
lbs : 116.31
inches : 23.74 x 43.11 x 16
For North America, 20” tool-less rail is the standard.
Adjustable plate is not included.
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Chapter 1 Product Introduction
1.3 General Information
J4060-01 is a 4U rackmount chassis with 60 x 3.5” HDDs hot swap bay and
dual expander module JBOD, which is a high performance, high density,
scalable storage product.
• Front Panel
System PWR Sw itch
Behavi or
Status
Normal
Off
PressB
oot up
Long Press
system shutd own
Power LED
Behavi or
LED Status
On
Blue
OffN
o Light
Power Fail LED/ Enclosure Warning/ Enclosure Failure
Behavi or
LED Status
Normal
Off
FailedR
ed
Temperature(Overheat) LED
Behavior
LED Status
Normal
Off
Failed
Red
Fan fault LED
Behavior
LED Status
Normal
Off
FailedR
ed
System Alert Mu te Switch
Behavior
Status
Normal
Off
PressA
lert mute
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• Rear Expander Panel
SFF 8644 wide port
Debug port
Console port
Identify LED
BMC LAN port
BMC console port
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• Rear Panel
1400W 1+1 hot-swap redundant power supply
SECONDARY
PRIMARY
Mini SAS HD
4 x 8cm fans
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1.4 8644 with Zoning Configuration and 8644 port definition
There are 3 kinds of zoning options that can be implemented by
Command Line interface operation (see Chapter 3 for reference). By
using the zoning option, four of the 8644 ports will have a variety of zone
group settings. Port 5 and Port 6 will always be able to access all disk.
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Zone count 1:
60 drives per zone. All SFF8644 ports and drives are at the same zone
group.(SEE FIGURE BELOW).
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Zone count 2:
38 drives per zone. Port 1 & Port 2 are at zone group 1, Port 3 & Port 4 are
at zone group 2 (SEE FIGURE BELOW).
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Zone count 4:
15 drives & Port 1 are at zone group 1, 15 drives & Port 2 are at zone
group 2, 23 drives & Port 3 are at zone group 3, 23 drives & port 4 are at
zone group 4.
(SEE FIGURE BELOW)
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Chapter 2. Hardware Installation
This chapter provides detailed instructions on hardware installation.
2.1 Removing and Installing Top Cover
Pushing release button on both side and slide forward the top cover to
open cover.
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2.2 Removing/Installing a Drive Tray/ Hard Drive/ Drive Slot Map
2.2.1 Removing a Disk Drive
Release a drive tray by pressing the unlock button and pinching the lock
lever slightly and pulling out the drive tray.
2.2.2 Installing a Hard Disk Drive Tray
Insert the drive carrier into its bay. Push the tray lever until it clicks.
Make sure the drive tray is correctly secured in place when its front edge
aligns with the bay edge. (follow the reverse order)
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2.2.3 Installing a 3.5'' Disk Drive
• Directly place HDD into tool-less HDD tray until it snaps. Please check if
the screw holes on HDD match the dimples on HDD tray.
• HDD can also be screwed on HDD tray by fastening two screws as
picture showed.
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2.2.4 Drive Slot Map
The drive slot map follows.
Left Edge
Center Edge
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Right Edge
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation
2.3 Removing and Installing a PSU Module
2.3.1 Removing a PSU module
• Remove power cables connected to the PSU module.
• Allow a minute for fan to spin down.
• Pushing the latch then hold the tray handle tab. Then pull the PSU
module gently until it slides out of the JBOD.
2.3.2 Installing a PSU Module
• Slide in PSU module.
• Make sure the latch on the module is fully hooked onto the PSU
housing.
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2.4 Removing and Installing a Fan Module
2.4.1 Removing a Fan module
• Loosen the thumb screws on each sides in front of fan module.
• Hold the fan module from both sides.
• Pull the fan module gently and firmly until it clears the enclosure
chassis.
2.4.2 Installing a Fan Module
• Align the fan module with the opening in the enclosure.
• Insert the fan module into JBOD.
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2.5 Removing and Installing External Expander Module
2.5.1 Removing an expander module
• Loosen the thumb screw to release expander tray lever.
• Hold the lever to pull the expander out of JBOD.
2.5.2 Installing an expander module
• Align the expander module with the opening in front of the enclosure,
and insert it into the enclosure firmly.
• Close the lever and secure the retaining screw.
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2.6 Removing and Installing the HDD backplane Module
2.6.1 Removing a HDD backplane module
• Unscrew both sides of the front panel to release LED cover.
• Hold the backplane module to pull the backplane module out of
JBOD.
2.6.2 Installing a HDD backplane module
• Slide the HDD backplane module into JBOD and close the lever.
• Cover JBOD with LED front board and screw both sides.
warning : before you pull out the hdd backplane, must remove all the
hdd trays and expander modules first.
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2.7 Installing Slide Rail
2.7.1 Installing slide rail
To install the slide rail, please refer to the manual in the slide rail kit.
Slide Rail
User’s Manual
CMA
User’s Manual
Accessory kit
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Screw Sack
Chapter 3 Sub-System configuration Setup
Chapter 3. Sub-System Configuration Setup
3.1 Supported Configuration
Host-1
......
Host-n
AIC 12G Expander Controller
note :
To have multiple host access support (the host number can be up to
the number of wide ports on each AIC 12G Expander Controller),
only the following drives are supported for shared access:
1. SAS drive / nearline sas drive
2. SATA drive with an interposer which provides SATA-to-SAS
convertion
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3.2 Connect Host to JBOD via RS232
Use a RS-232 DB9 cable to connect the console port of JBOD with host's PC
COM port (see figures below for DB9 RS-232 cable and SAS expander COM
port).
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3.3 Utility Set up on Host
Step 1: Set up host RS232 connection
Set up RS232 connection application into your host as
shown in the example process below.
For example:
OS: Microsoft Windows Server 2008
RS232 connection application: Hyperterminal
Step 2: Install HyperTrm.exe
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Step 3: Enter a new name for the icon in the field below and click
OK.
Step 4: Connect by using selecting an option in the drop down
menu circled in red below (we selected COM2 in this example) and
click OK.
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Step 5: For “Bits per second”, select 38400. For “Flow control”, select:
None. Click OK when you have finished your selections.
Properties
Port Setting
Bits per second:
Data bits:
Parity:
None
Stop bits:
Flow control:
None
Restore Defaults
Cancel
OK
Apply
Step 6 : After steps 5, you will enter hyper terminal screen and then
please press "Enter" key, the screen will appear the cmd line.
cmd >
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3.4 Updating Firmware and MFG through Console Port
Step1:Please input “fdl 0 0” in command line to update the firmware.
cmd >fdl 0 0_
Step2:Select the tool bar ''Transfer'' -> ''Send File'' within 10 seconds.
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Step3:Select the Firmware file and set the Protocol type is “Xmodem”
and then press the “Send” button.
4U60swap
Step4:After finished the FW updated, the screen will show “ Buffer
Download Complete”.
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Step5:input “fdl 83 0 ” in commond line to update the MFG.
cmd >fdl 83 0_
Step6:Go to the Transfer menu, and then select “Send file” within 10
seconds.
Step7:Select the MFG file and set the Protocol type is “Xmodem” and
then press the “Send” button.
Step8:After finished the MFG updated, the screen will show “ Buffer
Download Complete”.
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3.5 Configure command Line Interface Operation
3.5.1 How to enable/disable T10 zoning
The default T10 zoning configuration is off.
(A) Check the current zoning state
cmd> phyzone state
Zoning is OFF
(B) Enable zoning
cmd> phyzone on
(C) Disable zoning
cmd> phyzone off
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >phyzone state
Zoning is OFF
cmd >_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >phyzone on
Succeeded to enable zoning
cmd >_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >phyzone off
Succeeded to dissable zoning
cmd >_
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3.5.2 How to configure T10 zoning
After enabling T10 zoning, senven predefined groups are Group1,
Group8, Group9, Group10, Group11, Group 12 and Group 13.
Each PHY should be in one of the seven groups, and all PHYs in a wide
port should be in the same group.
Each PHY in Group1 can access any PHY in other groups, and vice
versa. Each PHY in Group8 cannot access any PHY in groups other than
Group8, and vice versa.
The command syntax is "phyzone phy_index group". The following
example shows how to setup one drive accessed only the first port and
another drive accessed only by the second port.
The configuration for the example is
(A) PHY8 - PHY11 for the first wide port of HUB
(B) PHY4 - PHY7 for the second wide port of HUB
(C) PHY20 - PHY21 for drives on EDGE
Step 1: Read the current group for PHY4 of HUB
cmd> phyzone 4
Phy 4 for Zone Group 1
Step 2: Assign the second port (PHY4 - PHY7) for Group9
cmd> phyzone 4 9
cmd> phyzone 5 9
cmd> phyzone 6 9
cmd> phyzone 7 9
Step 3: Assign the first port (PHY8 - PHY11) of HUB for Group8
cmd> phyzone 8 8
cmd> phyzone 9 8
cmd> phyzone 10 8
cmd> phyzone 11 8
Step 4: Assign the drive on PHY20 of EDGE to be accessed only by the
first port of HUB instead of the second port
cmd> phyzone 20 8
Step 5: Assign the drive on PHY21 of EDGE to be accessed only by the
second port of HUB instead of the first port
cmd> phyzone 21 9
Step 6: Rest HUB and EDGE for taking effect with the new settings.
cmd> reset
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cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >phyzone 4
Phy 4 for Zone Group 1
cmd >_
cmd >phyzone 4 9
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >phyzone 5 9
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >phyzone 6 9
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >phyzone 7 9
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >_
cmd >phyzone 8 8
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >phyzone 9 8
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >phyzone 10 8
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >phyzone 10 8
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >phyzone 20 8
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >phyzone 21 9
Succeeded to set zone group for the phy
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >reset
_
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3.5.3 How to get all revisions in AIC SAS 12G Expander
(A) Expander firmware revision
cmd> rev
(B) Expander configuration revision
cmd> showmfg
(C) MCU firmware revision or sensor information (MCU firmware revision is
reported by Hub only)
cmd> sensor
cmd >rev
===================================================================
Firmware Revision Information;===================================================================
Active Firmware:
Revision:1.12.1.4
Version Name: AIC SAS3xFW-01.12.01-04
Firmware Family: 0 OemFamily:0
Fast Boot: Yes Image Address: 0x10000000
cmd >showmfg
===================================================================
Manufacturing Image Version Information:===================================================================
Mfg Revision:
1.1.0.4
Product Name:
SAS3_HOTSWAP
Platform Name:
AIC 12G
cmd >_
cmd >sensor
==ENCLOSURE STATUS==========================================================
Total fan number
:2
System Fan-0 speed
: 10888 RPM
System Fan-1 speed
: 10971 RPM
System PWN-0
: 82%
Expander Temperature
: 76 Celsius degree
Sytem Temperature-0
: 33 Celsius degree
T1
: 20 Celsius degree
T2
: 50 Celsius degree
TC
: 55 Celsius degree
Voltage Sensor 0.9V
: 0.93V
Voltage Sensor 1.8V
: 1.80V
Pomer-0
NCU ID
Current Model
: good
: 2U24SAS3swap
: 2U24SAS3swap
Alarm-system
Alarm-temperature
Alarm-fan
Alarm-global
Buzzer-state
Buzzer-mute
: off
: off
: off
: off
: off
: off
MCU firmware version
:1.2
===========================================================================
cmd >_
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3.5.4 How to configure temperature sensor(HUB only)
Four temperature settings in Celsius are T1, T2, warning threshold, and
alarm (critical) threshold. The T1, T2 and alarm (critical) threshold are
applied to the smart fan funcion.
(A) Get the current temperature settings
cmd> temperature
Temperature in Celsius (t1=20 C, t2=55 C, warning=50 C, alarm=55 C)
(B) Set temperature with new T1=18 C, T2=52 C, warning threshold=48 C,
and alarm threshold=54 C. The new setting will take effect after reset.
cmd> temperature 18 52 48 54
cmd> reset
(C) We also take expander temperature into consideration, and the
temperature parameters for expander are non-changeable. Expander
temperature parameters: T1=40, T2=86 (max 115*0.75) ,and no warning
or alarm.
The smart fan feature will use the highest PWM output which is calculated
from system and expander temperature parameters.
cmd >
cmd >temperature
Temperature in Celsius(t1=20 C, t2=55 C, Warning=50 C, alarm=55 C)
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >temperature 18 52 48 54
Succeeded to update temperature
cmd >reset_
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3.5.5 How to configure enclosure address
(A) Get the current enclosure address
cmd> enclosure_addr
Enclosure Address: 0x500605B0000272BF
(B) Set the enclosure address with 0x500605B0000272BF. The new setting
will take effect after reset.
cmd> enclosure_addr 500605B0000272BF
cmd> reset
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >enclosure_addr
Enclosure Address: 0x50015B21682C7F3F
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >enclosure_addr 500605B0000272BF
Succeeded to set Enclosure address
cmd >reset_
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3.5.6 How to configure standby timer for all disk drives(EDGE only)
This feature is applicable for SAS/SATA drives. Standby timer is in units of
minutes. Setting standby timer with 0 minute disables this feature.
(A) Get current standby timer
cmd> standby_timer
Standby Timer : 0 minutes
(B) Set the standby timer with 10 minutes. The new setting will take effect
after reset.
cmd> standby_timer 10
cmd> reset
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >standby_timer
Standby Timer : 0 minutes
cmd >_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >standby_timer 10
Succeeded to set standby timer
cmd >reset_
WARNING : This function is not recommended to use with
RAID card since RAID card limitation.
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3.5.7 How to configure wide port checker
This feature is applicable for SAS drives instead of SATA drives. If there is
no connection with any active SAS initiator by checking all wide ports,
AIC Expander Controller stops all attached SAS drives to save power
consumption of SAS drives. Otherwise, AIC Expander Controller starts all
attached SAS drives to provide drive access service to any active SAS
initiator. The same setting should be applied to HUB and EGDE.
(A) Get the current state of wide port checker
cmd> check_wide_port
Checking wide port is OFF
(B) Enable checking wide port. The new setting will take effect after
reset.
cmd> check_wide_port on
cmd> reset
(C) Disable checking wide port. The new setting will take effect after
reset.
cmd> check_wide_port off
cmd> reset
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cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >check_wide_port
Checking wide port is OFF
cmd >_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >check_wide_port on
Succeeded to configure checking wide port
cmd >reset_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >check_wide_port off
Succeeded to configure checking wide port
cmd >reset_
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3.5.8 How to configure serial number
(A) Get the current serial number
cmd> serial_number
Expander number: 421-12021704510010 or Expander number: 42112021704510010 Enclosure number: 526-12071100500088
(B) Only set Expander serial number with 421-12021704510010.
cmd> serial_number 421-12021704510010
(C) Set both of Expander serial number (421-12021704510010) and
Enclosure serial number (526-12071100500088).
cmd> serial_number 421-12021704510010 526-12071100500088
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >serial_number 421-12021704510010 526-12071100500088_
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3.5.9 How to power off/on all disk drives automatically
This feature is applicable for SAS/SATA drives. If there is no connection
with any active SAS initiator by checking all wide ports, AIC Expander
Controller powers off all attached SAS/SATA drives to save power
consumption. Otherwise, AIC Expander Controller powers on all
attached SAS/SATA drives to provide drive access service to any active
SAS initiator. The same setting should be applied to HUB and EDGE.
(A) Apply the following commands on the COM port.
cmd> check_wide_port standby
cmd> reset
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >check_wide_port standby
Succeeded to configure checking wide port
cmd >reset_
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3.5.10 How to configure EDFB (EDGE only)
The default EDFB configuration is off.
(A) Check the current configuration
cmd> edfb
EDFB is OFF
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >edfb
EDFB is OFF
cmd >
(B)Enable the edfb
cmd>edfb on
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >edfb
EDFB is OFF
cmd >edfb on
Succeeded to set EDFB
cmd>_
(C)Disable the edfb
cmd> edfb off
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >edfb
EDFB is OFF
cmd >edfb on
Succeeded to set EDFB
cmd>edfb off
EDFB is OFF
cmd>_
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3.5.11 How to configure powe setting (HUB only)
This feature is for restoring on AC power loss. Three supported options are
"keep off", "keep on", and "keep last state". The default setting is "keep
off".
(A) Get the current power setting
cmd> power_setting
Power setting: keep off
(B) Set "keep off"
cmd> power_setting keep_off
(C) Set "keep on"
cmd> power_setting keep_on
(D) Set "keep last state"
cmd> power_setting keep_last_state
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cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >power_setting
Power setting: keep off
cmd >_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >power_setting keep_off
cmd >
cmd >_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >power_setting keep_on
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >_
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >power_setting keep_last_state
cmd >_
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3.5.12 How to configure zone count
Remove the SAS cable between the HBA/RAID card and the
J4U60-01before configuring zone count. Power the J4U60-01 off after
configuring zone count. Power on the J4U60-01, and then insert the SAS
cable.
Three zone configurations supported are one zone, two zones, and
four zones. The default configuration is one zone of which T10 zoning
configuration is disabled. T10 zoning configuration of the other
configurations (two zones and four zones) is enabled. All COM ports for
HUB and EDGE should be applied with the same configuration.
(A)Get current zone count
cmd> zonecount
Zone Count 1
(B) Set zone count = 2
cmd> zonecount 2
Succeeded to set zone count 2
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >zonecount
Zone Count 1
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >zonecount 2
Succeeded to set zone count 2
cmd>_
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(C) Predefined zones follow.
(C-1) When Zone Count = 1, T10 zoning is disabled.
HUB:
Zone #
1
Wideport
1,2,3,4,5,6
EDGE:
Zone #
1
Slot
1~60
(C-2) When Zone Count = 2, T10 zoning is enabled.
HUB:
Zone #
1
2
Wideport
1,2,3
4,5,6
EDGE:
Zone #
1
2
Slot
1~30
31~60
(C-3) When Zone Count = 4, T10 zoning is enabled.
No disk could be seen if we connect HBA/RAID card with port 5 and 6 of
HUB.
HUB:
Zone #
Wideport
EDGE:
Zone #
Slot
1
1
2
2
1
1~15
3
3
2
16~30
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3
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3.5.13 How to configure multiple ''up'' ports ( HUB only)
This feature can support multiple "up" ports when the zone count = 1.
(A) Configure Port-1 and Port-2 to be "up" ports. Port-1 is composed of
PHY 8 ~ 11, and Port-2 is composed of PHY 4 ~ 7.
cmd> subtractive 8
cmd> subtractive 9
cmd> subtractive 10
cmd> subtractive 11
cmd> subtractive 4
cmd> subtractive 5
cmd> subtractive 6
cmd> subtractive 7
cmd> reset
(B) Restore the default of the zone count = 1 after keeping the SAS
address. The SAS address (500605B0:000272BF) is used for HUB.
cmd> regerase 4
cmd> regerase 5
cmd> sasaddr 500605B0000272BF
cmd> reset
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >subtractive 8
cmd >subtractive 9
cmd >subtractive 10
cmd >subtractive 11
cmd >subtractive 4
cmd >subtractive 5
cmd >subtractive 6
cmd >subtractive 7
cmd >reset
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >
cmd >regerase 4
cmd >regerase 5
cmd >sasaddr 500605b0000272BF
cmd >reset
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3.6 SES Inband Features
To ensure J4060-01 can work properly and provide high performance,
durability. J4060-01 has implemented SCSI Enclosure Services to monitor
the status of power supply, system cooling fan and working temperature.
It also has the indicators to deliver the status of fail devices such as power
supply or cooling fan. You can get the information directly from the front
indicators to know how your enclosure works.
For detailed information, please visit http://www.t10.org
If you are a member of the T10 working group, the Standard which
controlled by T10 technical committee, could be found at
http://www.t10.org/cgi-bin/ac.pl?t=f&f=ses2r19a.pdf
3.6.1 SES pages supported are listed below
00h - List of supported diagnostic pages
01h - SES configuration
02h - SES enclosure control / enclosure status
04h – SES String In (HUB only)
05h – SES Threshold Out / In
07h - SES element descriptor
0Ah - SES additional element (EDGE only)
0Eh - SES download microcode control / SES download microcode
status
82h – SES Vendor specific page : Chassis Number (HUB only)
83h – SES Vendor specific page : Canister Number (HUB only)
3.6.2 SES elements supported are listed below.
02h - Power Supply
03h – Cooling (HUB only)
04h - Temperature Sensor
0Eh - Enclosure
12h - Voltage
17h - Array Device (EDGE only)
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3.6.3 Implementation on SES Pages
3.6.3.1 SES String In Page (HUB only)
Get PMBUS information with String In Page.
String In Format
Byte 0
I2C congestion status (0: no congestion, 1: congestion or
failure)
Byte 1~2 PSU Module1 STATUS_WORD
Byte 3~4 PSU Module2 STATUS_WORD
Byte 5~14 Reserved (0xFF)
3.6.3.2 SES Threshold Out / In
It includes only Temperature Sensor and Voltage Sensor elements.
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
7
Threshold control element format
6
5
4
3
2
1
REQUESTED HIGH CRITICAL THRESHOLD
REQUESTED HIGH WARNING THRESHOLD
REQUESTED LOW WARNING THRESHOLD
REQUESTED LOW CRITICAL THRESHOLD
Threshold control element format
6
5
4
3
2
HIGH CRITICAL THRESHOLD
HIGH WARNING THRESHOLD
LOW WARNING THRESHOLD
LOW CRITICAL THRESHOLD
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3.6.3.3 SES Vendor specific page: Chassis Number ( page code 82h) Out
/ In (HUB only)
The length N of chassis number can be 0 to 30 bytes. If no chassis
number is entered (N=0), then chassis number is cleared.
BYTE/BIT
0~N
7
6
Chassis Number control format
5
4
3
Chassis Number
2
1
0
If no chassis number is found, return Status = 1 (failed) only, else return
Status=0 (success) followed by chassis number.
BYTE/BIT
0
1~N
7
(if success)
Chassis Number status format
6
5
4
3
2
Status (0: success, 1: failed)
Chassis Number
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3.6.3.4 SES Vendor specific page: Canister Number ( page code 83h)
Out / In (HUB only)
The length N of canister number can be 0~30 bytes. If no canister
number is entered (N=0), then canister number is restored to default:
0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x20 (8 spaces in ASCII).
BYTE/BIT
0~N
7
Canister Number control format
6
5
4
3
Canister Number
2
1
0
If no canister number is found, return Status = 1 (failed) only, else return
Status=0 (success) followed by canister number.
BYTE/BIT
0
1~N
7
(if success)
Canister Number status format
6
5
4
3
2
Status (0: success, 1: failed)
Canister Number
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3.6.4 Implementation on SES Elements
Only the fields highlighted in green are supported.
3.6.4.1. Power Supply Element
(A) Power Supply Control Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
6
SELECT
RQST
IDENT
PRDFAIL
5
4
3
2
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved RQST FAIL RQST ON
Reserved
Field
Value
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for
RQST ON
details.
(B) Power Supply Status Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
7
Reserved PRDFAIL
Field
ELEMENT
5
4
DISABLE
2
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
HOT
SWAP
3
COMMON STATUS
SWAP
ELEMENT STATUS CODE
IDENT
2
3
6
FAIL
RQSTED
ON
OFF
DC
DC OVER UNDER
DC OVER Reserved
VOLTAGE VOLTAGE
CURRENT
OVERTMP
TEMP
AC FAIL DC FAIL
FAIL
WARN
Value
OK: No failure or warning conditions detected
STATUS CODE CRITICAL: FAIL bit is set due to one or more failure condition
FAIL
A failure condition is detected
RQSTED ON 1: On
0: Off for Disk Power Supply
OFF
1: Off for Disk Power Supply
0: On
AC FAIL
A failure condition is detected
DC FAIL
A failure condition is detected
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3.6.4.2 Cooling Element (HUB only)
(A) Cooling Control Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
6
SELECT
RQST
IDENT
PRDFAIL
5
4
3
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
2
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved RQST FAIL RQST ON
Reserved
REQUESTED SPEED CODE
Field
Value
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for
RQST IDENT
details.
REQUESTED
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for
SPEED
details.
CODE
(B) Cooling Status Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
6
Reserved PRDFAIL
IDENT
5
4
3
2
1
0
COMMON STATUS
DISABLE
SWAP
ELEMENT STATUS CODE
Reserved
ACTUAL FAN SPEED (MSB)
ACTUAL FAN SPEED (LSB)
HOT
SWAP
FAIL
RQST ON
Field
OFF
Reserved
ACTUAL SPEED CODE
Value
ELEMENT
OK: Actual fan speed > 0
STATUS CODE CRITICAL: The fan RPM can’t be detected or equal to 0.
IDENT
Applicable only for Cooling element 0
0: Enable the smart fan function
1: Disable the smart fan function
ACTUAL FAN
Current fan RPM
SPEED
FAIL
The fan RPM can’t be detected or equal to 0.
ACTUAL
Speed code level bases on current fan RPM.
SPEED CODE
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3.6.4.3 Temperature Sensor Element
(A) Temperature Sensor Control Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
6
SELECT
RQST
PRDFAIL
IDENT
5
4
3
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
RQST FAIL
2
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
(B) Temperature Sensor Status Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
Field
ELEMENT STATUS
CODE
FAIL
TEMPERATURE
OT FAILURE
OT WARNING
UT FAILURE
UT WARNING
7
6
5
4
Reserved PRDFAIL DISABLE
IDENT
FAIL
3
TEMPERATURE
OT
FAILURE
Reserved
2
1
0
OT
WARNING
UT
FAILURE
UT
WARNING
COMMON STATUS
SWAP
ELEMENT STATUS CODE
Reserved
Value
OK: Everything is Ok
NON-CRITICAL: If either warning limit is exceeded
CRITICAL: If either failure limit is exceeded
A warning or failure condition is detected
Temperature reading
Temperature has exceeded the failure high threshold value
Temperature has exceeded the warning high threshold value
Temperature is below the failure low threshold value
Temperature is below the warning low threshold value
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3.6.4.4 Enclosure Element (HUB only)
(A) Enclosure Control Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
7
6
5
SELECT
PRDFAIL
RQST
IDENT
POWER CYCLE
REQUEST
3
4
3
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
2
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
POWER CYCLE DELAY
REQUEST REQUEST
FAILURE WARNING
POWER OFF DURATION
Field
Value
RQST IDENT
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
REQUEST FAILURE Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
REQUEST
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
WARNING
(B) Enclosure Status Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
6
5
Reserved PRDFAIL
IDENT
4
DISABLE
CODE
IDENT
FAILURE
REQUESTED
WARNING
REQUESTED
2
TIME UNTIL POWER CYCLE
REQUEST POWER OFF DURATION
Field
ELEMENT STATUS
3
Value
OK
0: Identify LED of Hub is OFF
1: Identify LED of Hub is solid ON
Set by the REQUEST FAILURE on Enclosure Control Element
Set by the REQUEST WARNING on Enclosure Control Element
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COMMON STATUS
SWAP
ELEMENT STATUS CODE
Reserved
0
FAILURE
WARNING
INDICATION INDICATION
FAILURE
WARNING
REQUESTED REQUESTED
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3.6.4.5 Voltage Element
(A) Voltage Control Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
6
SELECT
RQST
PRDFAIL
IDENT
5
4
3
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
RQST FAIL
2
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
(B) Voltage Status Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
7
6
Reserved PRDFAIL
IDENT
FAIL
2
3
Field
ELEMENT STATUS
CODE
FAIL
VOLTAGE
5
4
3
2
1
0
COMMON STATUS
DISABLE
SWAP
ELEMENT STATUS CODE
WARN
WARN
CRIT
CRIT
Reserved
OVER
UNDER
OVER
UNDER
VOLTAGE
Value
OK: Everything is Ok
NON-CRITICAL: If either warning limit is exceeded
CRITICAL: If either failure limit is exceeded
A warning or failure condition is detected
Voltage reading
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3.6.4.6 Array Device Element (EDGE only)
(A) Array Device Control Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
Field
PRDFAIL
RQST OK
RQST RSVD
DEVICE
RQST HOT SPARE
RQST CONS
CHECK
RQST IN CRIT
ARRAY
RQST IN FAILED
ARRAY
RQST REBUILD/
REMAP
RQST R/R ABORT
RQST ACTIVE
DO NOT
REMOVE
RQST MISSING
RQST INSERT
RQST REMOVE
RQST IDENT
RQST FAULT
DEVICE OFF
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
COMMON CONTROL
SELECT
PRDFAIL DISABLE RST SWAP
Reserved
RQST
RQST
RQST
RQST IN
RQST
HOT CONS
R/R
RQST OK
RSVD RQST
IN CRIT
FAILED REBULD/ RQST
SPARE
ABORT
DEVICE
CHECK
ARRAY
ARRAY
REMAP
RQST
DO NOT Reserved
RQST
RQST
RQST
RQST
Reserved
ACTIVE REMOVE
MISSING
INSERT REMOVE
IDENT
RQST
DEVICE
ENABLE
ENABLE
Reserved
Reserved
FAULT
OFF
BYP A
BYP B
Value
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
Please refer to section “SES Element Control Functions” for details.
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(B) Array Device Status Element
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
Field
PRDFAIL
ELEMENT STATUS
CODE
OK
RSVD DEVICE
HOT SPARE
CONS CHK
IN CRIT ARRAY
IN FAILED ARRAY
REBUILD/REMAP
R/R ABORT
DO NOT
REMOVE
READY TO INSERT
RMV
IDENT
FAULT REQSTD
DEVICE OFF
7
6
Reserved PRDFAIL
RSVD
OK
DEVICE
APP
CLIENT
DO NOT
BYPASSED REMOVE
A
APP
CLIENT
FAULT
BYPASSED SENSED
B
5
4
DISABLE
HOT
SPARE
ENCLOSURE ENCLOSURE
BYPASSED A BYPASSED B
FAULT
REQSTD
3
2
1
0
READY TO
INSERT
RMV
IDENT
REPORT
COMMON STATUS
SWAP
ELEMENT STATUS CODE
CONS
IN CRIT IN FAILED REBUILD/
R/R
CHK
ARRAY
ARRAY
REMAP
ABORT
DEVICE
DEVICE
DEVICE BYPASSED BYPASSED BYPASSED
BYPASSED
OFF
A
B
A
B
Value
Set by the PRDFAIL on Array Device Control Element
OK: A drive is detected in the slot
NOT INSTALLED: No drive is installed in the slot
Set by the RQST OK on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST RSVD DEVICE on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST HOT SPARE on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST CONS CHECK on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST IN CRIT ARRAY on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST IN FAILED ARRAY on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST REBUILD/REMAP on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST R/R ABORT on Array Device Control Element
Set by the DO NOT REMOVE on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST INSERT on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST REMOVE on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST IDENT on Array Device Control Element
Set by the RQST FAULT on Array Device Control Element
Set by the DEVICE OFF on Array Device Control Element
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3.6.5 SES Element Control Functions
3.6.5.1 LED indicators (blue and red) associated with an attached disk
drive (EDGE only)
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
Array Device Slot control element
6
5
4
3
2
COMMON
PRDFAIL DISABLE RST SWAP
RQST
RQST
HOT CONS
RQST OK
RSVD RQST
SPARE
DEVICE
CHECK
RQST
DO NOT Reserved
RQST
ACTIVE REMOVE
MISSING
RQST
DEVICE
Reserved
FAULT
OFF
SELECT
CONTROL
RQST
IN CRIT
ARRAY
RQST
INSERT
ENABLE
BYP A
1
0
Reserved
RQST IN
RQST
R/R
FAILED REBULD/ RQST
ABORT
ARRAY
REMAP
RQST
RQST
Reserved
REMOVE
IDENT
ENABLE
Reserved
BYP B
The default behavior for blue LED is "LED is on when the disk is not busy,
and off when the disk is executing a command". When the "RQST IDENT"
bit is set, the blue LED overwrites its default behavior with a slow blink
while the red LED is off. The blue LED is set "Activity" for not overwriting its
default behavior.
The behavior “Fast Blink” is “LED is blinking at 2Hz frequency”.
The behavior “Slow Blink” is “LED is blinking at 1Hz frequency”.
The behavior “ON”/”OFF” is “LED is solid ON/OFF without blinking”.
Slot Control Bit
RQST OK
RQST RSVD DEVICE
RQST HOT SPARE
RQST CONS CHECK
RQST IN CRIT ARRAY
RQST IN FAILED ARRAY
RQST REBUILD/REMAP
RQST R/R ABORT
RQST ACTIVE
DO NOT REMOVE
RQST MISSING
RQST INSERT
RQST REMOVE
RQST IDENT
RQST FAULT
DEVICE OFF
PRDFAIL
Blue LED
Activity
Activity
Activity
Activity
Activity
Activity
Activity
Activity
Activity
Activity
ON
Activity
Activity
Slow Blink
ON
OFF
Activity
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OFF
OFF
OFF
Fast Blink
Slow Blink
Slow Blink
Fast Blink
Slow Blink
OFF
OFF
ON
Slow Blink
Slow Blink
OFF
ON
OFF
Slow Blink
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3.6.5.2 How to turn on/off the power of a drive slot (EDGE only)
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
Array Device Slot control element
6
5
4
3
2
COMMON
PRDFAIL DISABLE RST SWAP
RQST
RQST
HOT CONS
RQST OK
RSVD RQST
SPARE
DEVICE
CHECK
RQST
DO NOT Reserved
RQST
ACTIVE REMOVE
MISSING
RQST
DEVICE
Reserved
FAULT
OFF
SELECT
CONTROL
RQST
IN CRIT
ARRAY
RQST
INSERT
ENABLE
BYP A
1
0
Reserved
RQST IN
RQST
R/R
FAILED REBULD/ RQST
ABORT
ARRAY
REMAP
RQST
RQST
Reserved
REMOVE
IDENT
ENABLE
Reserved
BYP B
The "DEVICE OFF" for a drive slot is defined in the bit4, byte3 of the "Array
Device Slot control element" in the SES specification. Set the bit to turn
off a slot power, and vice versa. We use the software package "sg3_utils"
on Linux for example, and have a SAS HBA and a cable to connect your
host with the expander.
(A) Show the device for AIC Expander Controller (canister)
$ sg_map -i
/dev/sg2 AIC 12G 4U60swap: Edge-L 0c08
(B) Get the current state of a slot power. The "Device off=0" means the
slot power is on.
$ sg_ses --page=2 /dev/sg2
Element 0 descriptor:
App client bypass B=0, Fault sensed=0, Fault reqstd=0, Device off=0
(C) Get the descriptor of a slot power
$ sg_ses --page=7 /dev/sg2
Element 0 descriptor: Disk001
(D) Turn off a slot power
$ sg_ses --descriptor=Disk001 --set=3:4:1 /dev/sg2
(E) Turn on a slot power
$ sg_ses --descriptor=Disk001 --clear=3:4:1 /dev/sg2
WARNING : This function is not recommended to use with
RAID card since RAID card limitation.
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3.6.5.3 How to power off/on all disk drives on a disk backplane manually
(EDGE only)
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
SELECT
RQST
IDENT
Power Supply control element
6
5
4
3
2
PRDFAIL
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved RQST FAIL RQST ON
Reserved
The "RQST ON" for Power Supply is defined in the bit5, byte3 of the "Power
Supply control element" in the SES specification. Clear the bit on Power
Supply Element “DiskPowerSupply” to power off all disk drives. Set the bit
on Power Supply Element “DiskPowerSupply” to power on all disk drives.
We use the software package "sg3_utils" on Linux for example, and have
a SAS HBA and a cable to connect your host with the expander.
(A) Show the device for AIC Expander Controller (canister) on a disk
backplane
$ sg_map -i
/dev/sg2 AIC 12G 4U60swap: Edge-L 0c08
(B) Power off all disk drives on the disk backplane
$ sg_ses --descriptor=DiskPowerSupply --clear=3:5:1 /dev/sg2
(C) Power on all disk drives on the disk backplane
$ sg_ses --descriptor=DiskPowerSupply --set=3:5:1 /dev/sg2
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3.6.5.4 How to power off the entire enclosure (HUB only)
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
3
7
SELECT
RQST
IDENT
Power Supply control element
6
5
4
3
2
PRDFAIL
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved RQST FAIL RQST ON
Reserved
The "RQST ON" for Power Supply is defined in the bit5, byte3 of the
"Power Supply control element" in the SES specification. Clear the bit on
Power Supply Element “PowerSupply01” or “PowerSupply02” to power
off the entire enclosure. We use the software package "sg3_utils" on Linux
for example, and have a SAS HBA and a cable to connect your host
with the expander.
(A) Show the device for AIC Expander Controller (canister)
$ sg_map -i
/dev/sg2 AIC 12G 4U60swap: Hub
0c07
(B) Power off the entire enclosure
$ sg_ses --descriptor=PowerSupply01 --clear=3:5:1 /dev/sg2
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3.6.5.5 How to identify the enclosure (HUB only)
BYTE/BIT
0
1
2
7
Enclosure control element
6
5
4
3
SELECT
PRDFAIL
RQST
IDENT
POWER CYCLE
REQUEST
3
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
2
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
POWER CYCLE DELAY
POWER OFF DURATION
REQUEST REQUEST
FAILURE WARNING
When the identify LED of Hub is off, the identity is disabled. When solid
on, the identity is enabled. The "RQST IDENT" for Enclosure is defined in
the bit7, byte1 of the "Enclosure control element" in the SES specification.
Set the bit to enable the identity. Clear the bit to disable the identity. We
use the software package "sg3_utils" on Linux for example, and have a
SAS HBA and a cable to connect your host with the expander.
(A) Show the device for AIC Expander Controller (canister)
$ sg_map -i
/dev/sg2 AIC 12G 4U60swap: Hub
0c07
(B) Enable the identity
$ sg_ses --descriptor=EnclosureElement01 --set=1:7:1 /dev/sg2
(C) Disable the identity
$ sg_ses --descriptor=EnclosureElement01 --clear=1:7:1 /dev/sg2
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3.6.5.6 How to enable/disable the enclosure alarm by your software
(HUB only)
Enclosure control element
BYTE/BIT
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
1
2
SELECT
PRDFAIL
RQST
IDENT
POWER CYCLE
REQUEST
3
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
Reserved
Reserved
POWER CYCLE DELAY
POWER OFF DURATION
REQUEST REQUEST
FAILURE WARNING
The system alarm LED is used for the enclosure alarm and power alarm.
The "REQUEST FAILURE" and “REQUEST WARNING” for Enclosure are
defined in the bit1, byte3 and bit0, byte3 of the "Enclosure control
element" in the SES specification. Setting either bit can enable the
enclosure alarm. Clearing both bits disables the enclosure alarm. We use
the software package "sg3_utils" on Linux for example, and have a SAS
HBA and a cable to connect your host with the expander.
(A) Show the device for AIC Expander Controller (canister)
$ sg_map -i
/dev/sg2 AIC 12G 4U60swap: Hub
0c07
(B) Enable the enclosure alarm
$ sg_ses --descriptor=EnclosureElement01 --set=3:1:1 /dev/sg2
or
$ sg_ses --descriptor=EnclosureElement01 --set=3:0:1 /dev/sg2
(C) Disable the enclosure alarm
$ sg_ses --descriptor=EnclosureElement01 --clear=3:1:1 /dev/sg2
and
$ sg_ses --descriptor=EnclosureElement01 --clear=3:0:1 /dev/sg2
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3.6.5.7 How to manually change PWM (fan speed) for all Cooling
elements (HUB only)
Cooling control element
BYTE/BIT
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
2
3
SELECT
RQST
IDENT
PRDFAIL
COMMON CONTROL
DISABLE RST SWAP
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved RQST FAIL RQST ON
Reserved
REQUESTED SPEED CODE
The "RQST IDENT" for Cooling is defined in the bit7, byte1 and the
"REQUESTED SPEED CODE" is defined in the bit2 ~ 0, byte3 of the "Cooling
control element" in the SES specification. Set "RQST IDENT" bit to disable
the smart fan function, and then change PWM or fan speed for all
Cooling elements by setting the "REQUESTED SPEED CODE" bits. Clear
"RQST IDENT" bit to enable the smart fan function again. Please disable
the smart fan function before changing PWM or fan speed. Only Cooling
element 0 supports this feature. We use the software package "sg3_utils"
on Linux for example, and have a SAS HBA and a cable to connect your
host with the expander.
(A) Show the device for AIC Expander Controller (canister)
$ sg_map -i
/dev/sg2 AIC 12G 4U60swap: Hub
0c07
(B) Set "RQST IDENT" of Cooling element 0 to disable the smart fan
function
$ sg_ses --descriptor=SystemCoolingElement01 --set=1:7:1 /dev/sg2
(C) Set "REQUESTED SPEED CODE" of Cooling element 0 to change PWM
or fan speed for all Cooling elements. Set "REQUESTED SPEED CODE"=7
(100% PWM) for example.
$ sg_ses --descriptor=SystemCoolingElement01 --set 3:2:3=7 /dev/sg2
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REQUESTED
SPEED CODE
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PWM
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
Leave at current speed
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Chapter 4. BMC Configuration and Settings
4.1 Sensor’s location for Fan & Temperature
EXP: expander chip
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4.2 Utility setup on Host
Please refer to Section 3.2
4.3 Connect Host to BMC by RS232
1. Type the “[” , it will show the IPMI serial interface
Type command for login the interface.
#[sys pwd –u admin admin ]
It will response [OK]
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2. Get LAN information
Get LAN static IP /DHCP Get LAN IP
Get submask
Get gateway
[30 00 02 01 04 00 00 ]
[30 00 02 01 03 00 00 ]
[30 00 02 01 06 00 00 ]
[30 00 02 01 0C 00 00 ]
Get LAN static IP /DHCP: 01 is static IP, 02 is DHCP.
The red box is hexadecimal, according to the left picture, the IP is 16*12 + 0
= 192, 16*10 + 8 = 168, 16*5 + 8 = 88, 16*6 + 11 = 107, It is 192.168.88.107
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3. Set LAN information
Set LAN information
Set LAN static IP /DHCP Set LAN IP
Set submask
Set gateway
[30 00 01 01 04 01/02 ]
[30 00 01 01 03 C0 A8 00 0A ]
[30 00 01 01 06 FF FF FF 00 ]
[30 00 01 01 0C C0 A8 00 01 ]
The Green returns text that in red box is completion code, 00 means OK,
The blue text can change the value what you want, if you want to change
the IP address, must set the LAN status to static.
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4. Login the web page
Open a browser, type the IP in the address bar
Type the default account and password
Account:admin
Password:admin
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4.4 BMC LED signal
There are have two LEDs under the BMC console.
Blue LED Light- Identify LED.
Red LED Light- When the light keep blinking, means BMC got error.
BMC LAN port
BMC console port
BMC LAN port
BMC console port
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4.5 Web UI
4.5.1 Dashboard
Device Information
Displays the Firmware Revision and Firmware Build Time (Date and Time).
Network Information
Shows network settings for the device. Click on the link Edit to view the
Network Settings Page.
Remote Control
Not support this function.
Remote Console Preview Box
It will show the console preview of the remote server using java
application. Click on 'Refresh' button to reload the console preview.
Sensor Monitoring
It lists all available sensors on the device, with information such as status,
name, reading, and status icon, as well as a link to that sensor's page.
There are 3 possible states for a Sensor:
• Green dot denotes a Normal state.
• Yellow exclamation mark denotes a Warning state.
• Red x denotes a Critical state.
The magnifying glass allows access to the Sensor details page for that
sensor.
Event Logs
A graphical representation of all events incurred by the various sensors
and % occupied/available space in logs. If you click on the colorcoded rectangle in the Legend for the chart, you can view a list of those
specific events only.
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4.5.2 FRU information
This page displays the BMC FRU file information. On selecting a particular
FRU Device ID its corresponding FRU information will be displayed.
Basic Information
It displays the FRU device ID and device name for the selected FRU
device ID.
Chassis Information
It displays the following
Chassis information fields.
• Area Format Version
• Chassis Type
• Chassis Part Number
• Chassis Serial Number
• Chassis Extra
Board Information
It displays the following
Board information fields.
• Area Format Version
• Language
• Manufacture Date Time
• Board Manufacturer
• Board Product Name
• Board Serial Number
• Board Part Number
• FRU File ID
• Board Extra
Product Information
It displays the following Product
information fields.
• Area Format Version
• Language
• Manufacturer Name
• Product Name
• Product Part Number
• Product Version
• Product Serial Number
• Asset Tag
• FRU File ID
• Product Extra
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4.5.3 Hard Disk Status
This page displays all the HDD power on/off status, using the "Power On"
and "Power Off" button to control HDD status.
ACTIONS
Power On
Select a HDD to turn it power on.
Power off
Select a HDD to turn it power off.
Icon status
Green: This slot inserted HDD and power on.
Blue: This slot inserted HDD and power off.
Red: This slot inserted HDD and got error.
Gray: This slot not inserted HDD.
Orange: This slot is rebuilding.
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4.5.4 Storage Heath
4.5.4.1 Sensor Readings
A list of sensor readings will be displayed here. Click on a record to show
more information about that particular sensor, including thresholds and
a graphical representation of all associated events. Double click on a
record to toggle (ON / OFF) the live widget for that particular sensor. You
can filter the list to view particular sensors only using the drop-down list
box.
note :
N/A represents Not Applicable.
Live Widget
Turn On or Off the live widget for this sensor. This widget gives a dynamic
representation of the readings for the sensor.
View this Event Log
Click this button to go the event log page for the viewed sensor.
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4.5.4.2 Event Log
This page displays the list of events incurred by different sensors on this
device. Double click on a record to see the details of that entry. You
can also sort the list of entries by clicking on any of the column headers.
You can use the sensor type or sensor name filter options to view those
specific events logged in the device.
BMC Timezone
Check this option to display the event log entries logged with the BMC
Timezone value.
Client Timezone
Check this option to display the event log entries logged with the Client
(user’s) Timezone value.
UTC Offset
Displays the current UTC Offset value based on which event Time Stamps
will be updated. Navigational arrows can be used to selectively access
different pages of the Event Log.
Clear All Event Logs
Clear All Event Logs option will delete all existing records for all sensors.
Save All Event Logs
Save All Event Logs option will save all existing records for all sensors.
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4.5.5 Configuration
4.5.5.1 DNS
This page is used to configure the Host name and Domain Name Server
configuration of the device.
Host configuration
Host Settings Choose either Automatic or Manual settings.
Host Name It displays the hostname of the device if Auto is selected. If
the Host setting is chosen as Manual, then specify the hostname of the
device.
Register BMC Choose the BMC’s network port to register with the DNS
settings. Check the option ‘Register BMC’ to register with the DNS
settings. Choose the option ‘Direct Dynamic DNS’ to register with direct
dynamic DNS or choose ‘DHCP Client FQDN’ to register through a DHCP
server.
Domain Name Configuration
Domain Settings It lists the options for the domain interface as Manual, v4
or v6 for multi LAN channels.
Domain Name It displays the domain name of the device if Auto is
selected. If the Domain setting is chosen as Manual, then specify the
domain name of the device.
Domain Name Server Configuration
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DNS Server Settings It lists the options for the DNS interface, Manual and
available LAN interfaces.
IP Priority If the IP Priority is IPv4, it will have 2 IPv4 DNS servers and 1 IPv6
DNS server. If the IP Priority is IPv6, it will have 2 IPv6 DNS servers and 1 IPv4
DNS server.
note :
This is not applicable for Manual configuration.
DNS Server 1, 2 & 3
Specify the DNS (Domain Name System) server address to be configured
for the BMC.
• An IPv4 Address is made of 4 numbers separated by dots as in
“xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”.
• Each number ranges from 0 to 255.
• The first number must not be 0.
DNS Server Address will support the following:
• IPv4 Address format.
• IPv6 Address format.
Save
Click ‘Save’ to save any changes made. You will be logged out of
current UI session and will need to log back in.
Reset
Reset the modified changes.
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4.5.5.2 Network
This page is used to configure the network settings for available LAN
channels.
LAN Interface
Select the LAN interface to be configured.
LAN Settings
Check this option to enable LAN support for the selected interface.
MAC Address
This field displays the MAC address of the selected interface (read only).
IPv4 Configuration
It lists the IPv4 configuration settings.
Obtain an IP address automatically
Enable ‘Use DHCP’ to dynamically configure the IPv4 address using
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
IPv4 Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway
If DHCP is disabled, specify a static IPv4 address, Subnet Mask and
Default Gateway to be configured for the selected interface.
• An IP Address consists of 4 sets of numbers separated by dots as in
“xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”.
• Each set ranges from 0 to 255.
• The first Number must not be 0.
IPv6 Configuration
It lists the IPv6 configuration settings.
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IPv6 Settings
Check this option to enable IPv6 support for the selected interface.
Obtain an IP address automatically
Enable ‘Use DHCP’ to dynamically configure the IPv4 address using
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
IPv6 Address
Specify a static IPv6 address to be configured for the selected
interface.
Subnet Prefix length
Specify the subnet prefix length for the IPv6 settings.
• Value ranges from 0 to 128.
Default Gateway
Specify the v6 default gateway for IPv6 settings.
Save
Click ‘Save’ to save any changes made. You will be prompted to log
out of the current UI session and log back in at the new IP address.
Reset
Click ‘Reset’ to reset the modified changes.
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4.5.5.3 Network Link
This page is used to configure the network link option for the available
network interfaces.
LAN Interface
Select the network interface from the list for which the Link speed and
duplex mode are to be configured.
Auto Negotiation
This option is enabled to allow the device to perform automatic
configuration to achieve the best possible mode of operation (speed
and duplex) over a link.
Link Speed
Link speed will list all the supported capabilities of the network interface.
It can be 10/100/1000 Mbps.
Duplex Mode
Select any one of the following Duplex Modes.
- Half Duplex
- Full Duplex
Save
Click 'Save' to save the settings.
Reset
Click 'Reset' to reset the modified changes.
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4.5.5.4 NTP
This page displays the device’s current Date & Time Settings. It can be
used to configure either Date & Time or NTP (Network Time Protocol)
server settings for the device.
Date
Specify the current Date for the device.
Time
Specify the current Time for the device.
note :
As a year 2038 problem exists, the acceptable date range is from
01-01-2005 to 01-18-2038.
NTP Server
Specify the NTP Server for the device. Check the ‘Automatically
synchronize’ option to configure the NTP Server. The NTP Server will
support the following:
• IP Address (Both IPv4 and IPv6 format).
• FQDN (Fully qualified domain name) format.
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UTC Offset
UTC Offset list contains the UTC offset values for the NTP server, which
can be used to display the exact local time.
note :
Use the correct UTC offset after adjusting for DST.
Automatically synchronize
Check this option to automatically synchronize Date and Time with the
NTP Server.
Refresh
Click ‘Refresh’ to reload the current date & time settings.
Save
Click ‘Save’ to save any changes made.
Reset
Click ‘Reset’ to reset the modified changes.
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4.5.5.5 PEF
This page is used to configure the Event Filter, Alert Policy and LAN
Destination. To view the page, the user must at least be an Operator. To
modify or add a PEF, the user must be an Administrator.
note :
Free slots are denoted by ‘~’ in all columns for the slot. For more
information, refer the Platform Event Filtering (PEF) section in
IPMI Specification.
Event Filter
Click the Event Filter tab to show configured Event filters and available
slots. You can modify or add new event filter entries here. A maximum
of 40 slots are available and include the default of 15 event filter
configurations.
Alert Policy
Click the Alert policy tab to show configured Alert policies and available
slots. You can modify or add new alert policy entries here. A maximum of
60 slots are available.
LAN Destination
Click the LAN Destination tab to show configured LAN destinations and
available slots. You can modify or add new LAN destination entries here.
A maximum of 15 slots are available
Send Test Alert
Select a configured slot in the LAN Destination tab and click ‘Send Test
Alert’ to send a sample alert to the configured destination.
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note :
Test alerts can be sent only with SMTP configurations set to
enabled. SMTP support can be enabled under Configuration->SMTP.
Add
Select a free slot and click ‘Add’ to add a new entry to the device.
Alternatively, double click on a free slot.
Modify
Select a configured slot and click ‘Modify’ to modify that entry.
Alternatively, double click on the configured slot.
Delete
Select the desired configured slot to be deleted and click ‘Delete’.
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4.5.5.6 SMTP
This page is used to configure the SMTP settings.
LAN Channel Number
Select the LAN channel to which the SMTP information needs to be
configured.
Sender Address
Enter the ‘Sender Address’ valid on the SMTP Server.
Machine Name
Enter the ‘Machine Name’ of the SMTP Server.
• Machine Name is a string of maximum 15 alpha-numeric characters.
• Space, special characters are not allowed.
Primary SMTP Server
It lists the Primary SMTP Server configuration.
SMTP Support
Check this option to enable SMTP support for the BMC.
Server Address
Enter the ‘IP address’ of the SMTP Server. It is a mandatory field.
• An IP Address is made of 4 numbers separated by dots as in
“xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”.
• Each Number ranges from 0 to 255.
• The first Number must not be 0.
The server address will support the following:
• IPv4 Address format.
• IPv6 Address format.
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SMTP Server requires Authentication
Check the option ‘Enable’ to enable SMTP Authentication.
note :
SMTP Server Authentication Types supported are:
• CRAM-MD5
• LOGIN
• PLAIN
If the SMTP server does not support any one of the above
authentication types, the user will get an error message stating,
“Authentication type is not supported by SMTP Server”
Username
Enter the username to access SMTP Accounts.
• The User Name can be 4 to 64 alpha-numeric characters.
• It must start with an alphabet.
• Special characters ‘,’ (comma), ‘:’ (colon), ‘;’ (semicolon), ‘ ‘ (space)
and ‘\’ (backslash) are not allowed.
Password
Enter the password for the SMTP User Account.
• Passwords must be at least 4 characters long.
• Space is not allowed.
note :
This field will not allow more than 64 characters.
Secondary SMTP Server
It lists the Secondary SMTP Server configuration. It is an optional field. If
the Primary SMTP server is not working, then it tries the Secondary SMTP
Server configuration.
Save
Click ‘Save’ to save the new SMTP server configuration.
Reset
Click ‘Reset’ to reset the modified changes.
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4.5.5.7 Schedule
This page displays the device's current date & time. It can be used to
configure dates within a week or specific a date to power on/off the
device.
If you want to change the device date & time, please go to the NTP
page.
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ACTIONS
Enable schedule
Check this option for enable/disable the schedule.
Action
Check a action to do power on/off for the device.
Set days for action
Setting dates within a week to do power on/off for the device.
Date
Specify a date for the device.
Time
Specify a time for the device.
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4.5.5.8 User
The displayed table shows any configured Users and available slots.
You can modify or add new users from here. A maximum of 10 slots are
available, including the default admin and anonymous. It is advised that
the anonymous user’s privilege and password should be modified as a
security measure. To view the page, you must have Operator privileges.
To modify or add a user, You must have Administrator privileges.
note :
Free slots are denoted by “~” in all columns for the slot.
Add User
Select a free slot and click ‘Add User’ to add a new user to the device.
Alternatively, double click on a free slot to add a user.
Modify User
Select a configured slot and click ‘Modify User’ to modify that user.
Alternatively, double click on the configured slot.
Delete User
Select the desired user to be deleted and click ‘Delete User’
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4.5.6 Remote Control
4.5.6.1 Storage power control
This page helps you to view or perform any host power cycle operations.
Reset Expander
Select an expander to do cold reset.
Power Off Storage
Select this option to immediately power off the storage.
Power On Storage
Select this option to power on the storage.
Power Cycle Storage
Select this option to first power off, and then reboot the system (cold
boot).
Perform Action
Click ‘Perform Action’ to perform the selected option.
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4.5.6.2 JAVA SOL
Launch the Java SOL, you must have Administrator privileges.
Choose an expander that can use smart console in Java SOL.
note :
A compatible JRE must be installed in the system prior to the
launch of the JNLP file.
Volatile-Bit-Rate
Please set 38.4K
Non-Volatile-Bit-Rate
Please set 38.4K
This function can connect to expander command line mode.
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4.6 Firmware Update
4.6.1 Requirement
Browsers:
FireFox 24.0 or later version
Chrome 35.0 or later version
I.E. 7.0 or later version
Linux:
Redhat 6.4
note :
If you want to update a new version firmware for BMC, when
finished all the update process, please clear the web browser cookies.
4.6.2 Web update
1. Check the BMC IP is valid.
2. Open a browser, type in the BMC IP, it will show the BMC web UI,
type the default account, or have administrator privileges account.
Username: admin
Password: admin
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3. This is login main page.
4.Click the “Firmware Update”, it will pop a drop-down menu, click
the “Firmware Update”
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5.This page will show the update warning, if you really want to
update BMC firmware, click the “Enter Update Mode” button.
6.Wait few minutes, it will pop a window, click the “Select file” to
upload firmware file that you want update.
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7.Wait a minutes, it will pop a window for check update section, just
check the “Check this option to do all full firmware flash” option.
8. Click “OK” the firmware will started update operation.
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9. In the update processes, it will take 3~5 minutes.
Caution:
Please do not close this webpage!! Or it will let the firmware death
10. When show the “Device has been reset” window, it means firmware
update successful, wait 90 seconds for BMC restarted.
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4.7 Expander firmware update
1. Click the “Firmware Update”, it will pop a drop-down menu, click the
“Expand Update”
2. Chose the expander firmware file that want to update.
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3. Chose the expander firmware file then click the “upload” button.
4. Click the ''Proceed'' button.
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5. Processing
6. Update successful
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7. If the update processes not success, please check the expander
firmware is currently version or the system is already power off.
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4.8 Firmware safety mode
If you update process fail or primary firmware suffers some error, it
will boot in safety mode.
1. If you saw the sensor name, status LED and ID LED are abnormal,
the LEDs are cross blinking, it means firmware is in safety mode, in
safety mode some function will be useless!
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BMC LAN port
BMC console port
BMC LAN port
BMC console port
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2. Please clear browser cookies, and re-start browser, BMC web UI
will refresh web page object.
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3. Click the “BMC Reset” button, into the reset page
4. Select the “BMC reset”, and Click the “Perform Action” button.
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5. The page will show “Requesting” status, because reset BMC, this
web page will be invalid, wait 90 seconds and clear browser
cookies, re-login web UI again.
6. If still see the safety mode page, please follow section 4.5 web
update to do firmware update.
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