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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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Installing a SATADOM

Installing a SATADOM

Install a SATADOM to replace the original one.

Procedure

  1. Wear an ESD wrist strap. For details, see Safety Instructions.
  2. Remove the SATADOM to be replaced. For details, see Removing a SATADOM.
  3. Take the spare SATADOM out of its ESD bag.
  4. Ensure that the SATADOM write protection switch is off. Figure 7-95 shows SATADOM-3MG-P, and Figure 7-96 shows SATADOM-3MG2-P.

    Figure 7-95 SATADOM-3MG-P
    Figure 7-96 SATADOM-3MG2-P
    NOTE:

    Each SATADOM has a write protection switch. This switch affects only write operations delivered by the service system to the SATADOM. A SATADOM include the cache layer and NAND flash. In normal cases, the write operation is successful only when the data is written to the NAND flash. When installing a SATADOM, ensure that the write protection switch is off.

    • When the write protection switch is off, the write operation sent by the service system to the SATADOM directly writes data to the NAND flash of the SATADOM.
    • When the write protection switch is on, the write operation sent by the service system to the SATADOM directly writes data only to the cache layer of the SATADOM, but cannot writes data to the NAND flash. When the cache layer of the SATADOM is full, the previous data is overwritten. When the device is powered off or restarted, the data at the cache layer of the SATADOM is lost.

  5. Insert the SATADOM vertically into the connector on the mainboard. See Figure 7-97.

    Figure 7-97 Installing a SATADOM

  6. Install the chassis cover. For details, see Installing the Chassis Cover.
  7. Install the 5288 V3. For details, see Installing the Server.
  8. Connect all internal cables such as power and network cables. For details, see Connecting External Cables.
  9. Power on the 5288 V3. For details, see Powering On the Server.

Verification

  1. Start the server. When the BIOS startup screen is displayed, press Delete to start the BIOS Setup Utility.
  2. Enter a BIOS password when prompted.
  3. Choose Advanced > PCH SATA Configuration and press Enter.

    Check the component information to verify whether the replacement is successful.

    SATADOM 1 and SATADOM 2 correspond to Serial ATA Port 4 and Serial ATA Port 5 respectively.

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Updated: 2018-11-26

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