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5288 V3 Server V100R003 User Guide 26

This document describes the features, appearance, and technical specifications of the 5288 V3 server, and how to install, power on, and power off the 5288 V3 server, connect cables, and install an operating system (OS) for it.
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Appearance

Appearance

Front Panel

Figure 2-2 shows the 5288 V3 front panel.

Figure 2-2 5288 V3 front panel

1

Network port link status indicators

2

USB 2.0 port

3

Hard disk fault indicator

4

Hard disk activity indicator

5

Hard disks (numbered 0 to 23 from top to bottom and from left to right)

6

Fault diagnosis LED

7

Health indicator

8

UID button/indicator

9

Power button/indicator

10

Right mounting ear

11

Label (including the ESN label)

12

Left mounting ear

Rear Panel

Figure 2-3 shows the 5288 V3 rear panel.

Figure 2-3 5288 V3 rear panel

1

Rear hard disk

2

Hard disk fault indicator

3

Hard disk activity indicator

4

I/O module

5

PSU port

6

PSU indicator

7

PSU 1

8

PSU 2

9

Serial port

10

VGA port

11

Connectivity status indicator

12

Management network port (Mgmt)

13

Data transmission status indicator

14

USB 3.0 port

15

UID indicator

16

PCIe slot

17

LAN on motherboard (flexible flexible NIC)

18

Rear hard disk

  • You can configure two rear 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch hard disks in position 1 shown in Figure 2-3. The hard disks are numbered A0 and B0 from top to bottom.
  • You can configure one riser card and two rear 2.5-inch hard disks, or two rear 3.5-inch hard disks on I/O module in position 4 shown in Figure 2-3. The hard disks are numbered A1 and B1 from top to bottom.

    I/O module supports only one riser card if the server with dual-CPU configuration is not equipped with rear hard disks. One riser card provides two or three PCIe slots.

  • You can configure a GE or 10GE flexible NIC in position 16 in Figure 2-3.
  • The rear hard disks in position 18 shown in Figure 2-3 are numbered as follows:
    • Numbered 24 to 35 from top to bottom and from left to right when the server is equipped with one RAID controller card
    • Numbered 0 to 11 from top to bottom and from left to right when the server is equipped with two RAID controller cards

Figure 2-4 shows the rear panel of a 5288 V3 with four NVMe PCIe SSDs.

Figure 2-4 Rear panel of a server with four NVMe PCIe SSDs

1

Rear hard disk

2

Hard disk fault indicator

3

Hard disk activity indicator

4

PCIe slot

5

UID indicator

6

USB 3.0 port

7

I/O module

8

Data transmission status indicator

9

Connectivity status indicator

10

VGA port

11

Serial port

12

PSU port

13

PSU indicator

14

PSU 1

15

NVMe PCIe SSD yellow indicator

16

NVMe PCIe SSD green indicator

17

PSU 2

18

NVMe PCIe SSDs (numbered 32 to 35 from left to right and from top to bottom)

19

Management network port (Mgmt)

20

Rear hard disk (numbered 24 to 31 from left to right and from top to bottom)

21

LAN on motherboard

  • You can configure two rear 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch hard disks in position 1 shown in Figure 2-4. The hard disks are numbered A0 and B0 from top to bottom.
  • You can configure one riser card and two rear 2.5-inch hard disks, or two rear 3.5-inch hard disks on I/O module in position 7 shown in Figure 2-4. The hard disks are numbered A1 and B1 from top to bottom.

    I/O module supports only one riser card if the server with dual-CPU configuration is not equipped with rear hard disks. One riser card provides two or three PCIe slots.

  • You can configure a GE or 10GE flexible NIC in position 20 in Figure 2-4.

Flexible NICs

The 5288 V3 supports the following models of LANs on motherboard (flexible NICs):

  • SM211: provides two GE electrical ports.
  • SM210/SM212: provides four GE electrical ports.
  • SM233: provides two 10GE electrical ports.
  • SM231: provides two 10GE optical ports.
NOTE:

For details about the flexible NICs supported by the 5288 V3, see Huawei Server Compatibility Checker.

The following figures show flexible NIC ports and indicators.

Figure 2-5 SM211 ports and indicators

1

Data transmission status indicator

2

Connection status indicator

Figure 2-6 SM210 or SM212 ports and indicators

1

Data transmission status indicator

2

Connection status indicator

Figure 2-7 SM233 ports and indicators

1

Transmission rate indicator

2

Connection status indicator/Data transmission status indicator

Figure 2-8 SM231 ports and indicators

1

Data transmission status indicator

2

Connection status indicator

PCIe Slot Layout

Figure 2-9 shows the PCIe slot layout of the 5288 V3.

Figure 2-9 PCIe slot layout

PCIe Device

An I/O module provides slots 6 to 8.

An I/O module supports 2-slot PCIe riser module or 3-slot PCIe riser module, but three slots are always displayed on the panel. For a 2-slot PCIe riser module, slot 8 is unavailable.

Table 2-2 describes the mapping between PCIe devices and CPUs, and the PCIe specifications of the 5288 V3.

NOTE:

The PCIe devices mapping to a vacant CPU socket are unavailable.

Table 2-2 PCIe device description

PCIe Device

CPU

PCIe Standard

Connector Bandwidth

Bus Width

Port Number

ROOT PORT (B/D/F)

Device (B/D/F)

Slot Size

Slot 4

CPU 1

PCIe 3.0

x8

x8

Port 3A

00/03/0

04/00/0

Half-height half-length

Slot 5

CPU 1

PCIe 3.0

x8

x8

Port 3C

00/03/2

05/00/0

Half-height half-length

Slot 6

CPU 2

PCIe 3.0

x16

x8

Port 1A

80/01/0

81/00/0

Full-height full-length

Slot 7

CPU 2

PCIe 3.0

  • 2-slot PCIe riser module: x16
  • 3-slot PCIe riser module: x8
  • 2-slot PCIe riser module: x16
  • 3-slot PCIe riser module: x8

Port 2A

80/02/0

82/00/0

Full-height full-length

Slot 8

CPU 2

PCIe 3.0

x8

x8

Port 2C

80/02/2

83/00/0

Full-height half-length

RAID controller card

CPU 1

PCIe 3.0

x8

x8

Port 1A

00/01/0

01/00/0

flexible NIC

CPU 1

PCIe 3.0

x8

x8

Port 2A

00/02/0

A flexible NIC with four network ports is used as an example.

The four network port numbers are as follows:

  • 02/00/0
  • 02/00/1
  • 02/00/2
  • 02/00/3

Note 1: B/D/F, Bus/Device/Function Number.

Note 2: ROOT PORT (B/D/F) indicates the bus number of a CPU internal PCIe root port. Device (B/D/F) indicates the bus number (displayed on the OS) of an onboard or external PCIe port.

Note 3: The PCIe slots that support full-height full-length PCIe cards are backward compatible with full-height half-length or half-height half-length PCIe cards.

Note 4: The PCIe slots with the bus width of PCIe x16 are backward compatible with PCIe x8, PCIe x4, and PCIe x1 cards.

Note 5: The power supply capabilities of all slots support PCIe cards of 75 W. The power of a PCIe card depends on its model. For details about the supported PCIe cards, see Huawei Server Compatibility Checker. For PCIe cards out of the Huawei Server Compatibility Checker, contact your local Huawei sales personnel.

Note 6: Table 2-2 lists the default values of B/D/F. If CPUs are not in full configuration or a PCIe card with a PCI bridge is configured, the values of B/D/F may differ.

Note 7: For a server with NVMe PCIe SSDs, a 2-slot riser module must be installed on the I/O module and an NVMe PCIe SSD adapter can be installed only in slot 7.

PCIe GPU Configuration Rules

A GPU must be installed on a PCIe riser module.

  • A 2-slot PCIe riser module supports a maximum of two single-slot PCIe x16 GPUs (bandwidth of one GPU: x8) or one dual-slot PCIe x16 GPU.
  • A 3-slot riser module does not support any GPU.

ESNs

An Equipment Serial Number (ESN) is a string that uniquely identifies a server. An ESN is required when you apply for technical support to Huawei.

Figure 2-10 shows the ESN format by using the example 2102310QPD10F3001263.

Figure 2-10 ESN example

No.

Description

1

Indicates the ESN ID (two digits).

2

Indicates the material identification code (8 characters).

3

Indicates the vendor code (two characters).

4

Indicates the year and month (two characters).

5

Indicates the serial number (six digits).

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Updated: 2018-11-26

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