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X6800 Server V100R003 User Guide 13

This document describes the Huawei X6800 server (X6000 for short) in terms of its appearance, features, specifications, system components, device installation, cable connections, and installation verification.
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Replacing a Subrack

Replacing a Subrack

This section describes how to replace a subrack.

Scenario

  • The chassis is faulty.
  • The system backplane is faulty.
  • The Fan Transit Unit (FTU) is faulty.
  • The mounting ear is faulty.
  • The shelf needs to be repaired.

Prerequisites

  1. Matters for Attention
    • Two persons are required to move and install a subrack.
    • Do not transport a chassis equipped with server nodes. You should transport an empty chassis or equipped only with filler panels. Otherwise, the chassis may fall down, causing damage to the chassis or injury to the human body.
    • The handles of the PSU, fan module, and other parts cannot bear the weight of the entire chassis. When you move a chassis, move it by holding the bottom of the chassis.
  2. Preparations
  3. Spare parts

    Obtain a spare subrack and packing materials. Place them less than 0.5 m (1.64 ft) away from the cabinet.

  4. Spare part check

    Take out the spare subrack. Ensure that the chassis is in good condition, and there is no oxidation, corrosion, or damage. You also ensure that there is no missing part.

  5. Data

    Cabinet number of the subrack to be replaced.

    Locate the subrack based on the preceding information, and label the subrack for identification.

  6. Tools
    • Phillips screwdriver
    • ESD gloves
    • Ladder

Procedure

  1. Remove all components in the subrack, including the server node (with external devices, for example, the USB DVD-ROM drive), PSU, fan module, I/O module, and management module.

    For details about how to remove all the components, see the corresponding chapter in this manual.

    NOTICE:
    • The server node is heavy. Move the server node by holding its bottom. Otherwise, the server node may fall down, causing damage to itself or injury to the human body.
    • Precisely mark the positions for all components, and install them in original slots.

  2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the captive screws on the chassis. See step (1) in Figure 5-17.
  3. Pull the chassis horizontally along the guide rails until the chassis is removed from the cabinet. See step (2) in Figure 5-17.

    Figure 5-17 Removing a subrack

  4. Place the removed subrack into a packing bag.
  5. Take a spare subrack out of a packing bag.
  6. Work with another person to lift the subrack by holding its left and right sides, and slowly move it close to the cabinet.
  7. From the front of the cabinet, push the subrack along the guide rails into the cabinet. Align the holes on the mounting ears on both sides of the subrack with the floating nuts on the slide rails of the cabinet. See step (1) in Figure 5-18.
  8. Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screws on the mounting ears to secure the subrack to the cabinet. See step (2) in Figure 5-18.

    Figure 5-18 Installing a subrack

  9. Install all components in the subrack according to the identification, including the server node (with external devices, for example, the USB DVD-ROM drive), PSU, fan module, I/O module, and management module.

    For details about how to install all the components, see the corresponding chapter in this manual.

  10. Connect all power cables according to the identification.

Follow-up Procedure

  1. Power on the subrack.

    Turn on all switches on the AC PDBs and cabinet busbar for the PSUs.

  2. Check the subrack operating status. The subrack is operating properly if its status indicator is steady green.
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Updated: 2018-09-06

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