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OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01 Planning Guide 07

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Hardware Configuration

Hardware Configuration

This section describes how to determine the maximum number of nodes allowed respectively in basic and expansion cabinets when 220 V/63 A and 220 V/32 A power supplies are used by different nodes. In actual projects, you need to calculate the total power consumption and weight of storage nodes, switches, and KVMs in a cabinet. Then determine the allowed number of nodes in a cabinet and the proper deployment scheme based on site conditions.

Install nodes into a cabinet from bottom to top to prevent the cabinet from falling over.

Cabinet Deployment with 220 V/63 A Power Applied and Performance node/Mini-capacity node

Figure 2-1 shows the typical cabinet configuration for Performance node/Mini-capacity node.

In the typical configuration, nodes in basic cabinets are connected to switches in this cabinet using network cables and SFP+ cables while nodes in expansion cabinets are connected to switches in basic cabinets using network cables and optical fibers. Deploy nodes from bottom to top in a cabinet.

Figure 2-1  Performance node/Mini-capacity node cabinet configuration

Cabinet Deployment with 220 V/63 A Power Applied and Capacity node

Figure 2-2 shows the typical cabinet configuration for Capacity node.

In the typical configuration, nodes in basic cabinets are connected to switches in this cabinet using network cables and SFP+ cables while nodes in expansion cabinets are connected to switches in basic cabinets using network cables and optical fibers. Deploy nodes from bottom to top in a cabinet.

Figure 2-2  Capacity node cabinet configuration

Cabinet Deployment with 220 V/32 A Power Applied and Performance node

Figure 2-3 shows the typical cabinet configuration for Performance node.

In the typical configuration, nodes in basic cabinets are connected to switches in this cabinet using network cables and SFP+ cables while nodes in expansion cabinets are connected to switches in basic cabinets using network cables and optical fibers. Deploy nodes from bottom to top in a cabinet.

Figure 2-3  Performance node cabinet configuration

Cabinet Deployment with 220 V/32 A Power Applied and Mini-capacity node

Figure 2-4 shows the typical cabinet configuration for Mini-capacity node.

In the typical configuration, nodes in basic cabinets are connected to switches in this cabinet using network cables and SFP+ cables while nodes in expansion cabinets are connected to switches in basic cabinets using network cables and optical fibers. Deploy nodes from bottom to top in a cabinet.

Figure 2-4  Mini-capacity node cabinet configuration

Cabinet Deployment with 220 V/32 A Power Applied and Capacity node

Figure 2-5 shows the typical cabinet configuration for Capacity node.

In the typical configuration, nodes in basic cabinets are connected to switches in this cabinet using network cables and SFP+ cables while nodes in expansion cabinets are connected to switches in basic cabinets using network cables and optical fibers. Deploy nodes from bottom to top in a cabinet.

Figure 2-5  Capacity node Cabinet configuration

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Updated: 2018-10-27

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