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RH8100 V3 Server LCD V100R003 User Guide 04

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A liquid crystal display (LCD) displays the installation status and running status of server components and enables users to set the IP address of the iBMC management network port on the server.

The LCD and the server iBMC management module (iBMC for short) form an LCD subsystem. It directly obtains device information from iBMC. The LCD subsystem does not store device data.

Figure 1-1 shows the working principle of the LCD subsystem.

Figure 1-1 Working principle

The LCD runs on the iBMC. It is used to query the device status and alarms.

Installation Position

The LCD is installed on the leftright side of the front server panel, as shown in Figure 1-2.

Figure 1-2 Installation instruction

LCD Screen

Figure 1-3, Figure 1-4, and Figure 1-5 show the LCD screen.

Figure 1-3 System LCD screen in single-system mode

Figure 1-4 Master-system LCD screen in dual-system mode

Figure 1-5 Slave-system LCD screen in dual-system mode

Table 1-1 describes the functions of each tab on the LCD screen.

Table 1-1 Tab function



Status tab

Displays the status of port 80, serial number, component status, and component alarms of the server.

Monitor tab

Displays the current power of the server, CPU temperature, and inlet temperature.

Info. tab

Displays the Network Port Mode, VLAN ID, IP address and Media Access Control (MAC) address of the iBMC management network port, MAC addresses of host network ports, device serial numbers, asset information, and firmware version.

Setting tab

Sets the IP address of the iBMC management network port, switching between the single-system and dual-system modes, and switching between the master and slave system in dual-system mode.

Icon Description

Table 1-2 describes the LCD subsystem icons and their meanings.

Table 1-2 Icon meaning



Indicates that the server is operating properly and that no alarm is generated.

Indicates that a minor alarm is generated.

A minor alarm is generated for a fault that does not have major impact on the system. The minor alarm requires prompt corrective measures to prevent more serious faults.

Indicates that a major alarm is generated.

A major alarm is generated for the fault that may affect normal running of the system or interrupt services.

Indicates that a critical alarm is generated.

A critical alarm indicates the fault that may power off a device, and even interrupt the system services. Therefore, immediate corrective measures for critical alarms are required.

Indicates that the component cannot be scanned.

Indicates that the component is working properly.

Indicates that a minor alarm is generated on the component.

Indicates that a major alarm is generated on the component.

Indicates that a critical alarm is generated on the component.

Indicates that the component is not installed.

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Indicates the delete key on the soft keyboard.

Updated: 2018-11-23

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