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Administrator Guide 15

OceanStor 5300 V3, 5500 V3, 5600 V3, 5800 V3, and 6800 V3 Storage System V300R003

Routine maintenance activities are the most common activities for the storage device, including powering on or off the storage device, managing users, modifying basic parameters of the storage device, and managing hardware components. This document applies to the system administrators who are responsible for carrying out routine maintenance activities, monitoring the storage device, and rectifying common device faults.
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Checking Disk Enclosure Indicators (High-density Disk Enclosure)

Checking Disk Enclosure Indicators (High-density Disk Enclosure)

Disk enclosure indicators show the running status of a disk enclosure. By checking these indicators, you can promptly learn about the status of each component module.

Reference Standard

Disk enclosure indicators locate on the front and rear panels of the disk enclosure.

Figure 9-12 and Figure 9-13 depict the front-panel and rear-panel indicators of the disk enclosure that has been correctly powered on.
Figure 9-12  Disk enclosure front-panel indicators

1

High-density disk enclosure Location indicator

2

High-density disk enclosure over temperature Alarm indicator

3

High-density disk enclosure internal module Alarm indicator

4

High-density disk enclosure rear module Alarm indicator

5

High-density disk enclosure Power indicator

6

High-density disk enclosure Alarm indicator

Table 9-13 lists the states and their meanings of the disk enclosure front-panel indicators shown in Figure 9-12.
Table 9-13  Disk enclosure front-panel indicator states and their meanings

Module

No.

Indicator

Normality

Abnormality

System enclosure

1

High-density disk enclosure Location indicator

Blinking blue: The high-density disk enclosure has been located.

Off: The high-density disk enclosure is not located.

2

High-density disk enclosure overtemperature Alarm indicator

Off: The temperature of the high-density disk enclosure is within the normal range.

Steady red: The temperature of the high-density disk enclosure is too high.

3

High-density disk enclosure internal module Alarm indicator

Off: Internal disk modules are running correctly.

  • Steady red: Internal disk modules of the high-density disk enclosure are faulty.
  • Blinking red: Internal disk modules of the high-density disk enclosure fail.

4

High-density disk enclosure rear module Alarm indicator

Off: Rear FRUs are running correctly.

Steady red: The number of rear field replaceable units (FRUs) is fewer than half of that in standard configuration or rear FRUs are faulty.
NOTE:

Modules on the rear of the high-density disk enclosure include power modules, fan modules, and expansion modules.

5

High-density disk enclosure Power indicator

Steady green: The high-density disk enclosure is powered on.

Off: The high-density disk enclosure is not powered on.

6

High-density disk enclosure Alarm indicator

Off: The high-density disk enclosure is running correctly.

Steady red: A high-density disk enclosure alarm was generated.

Figure 9-13  Disk enclosure rear-panel indicators

1

Power module Running indicator

2

Indicator of a mini SAS HD expansion port

3

Fan module Running/Alarm indicator

4

Expansion module Alarm indicator

5

Expansion module Power indicator

   
Table 9-14 lists the states and their meanings of the disk enclosure rear-panel indicators shown in Figure 9-13.
Table 9-14  Disk enclosure rear-panel indicator states and their meanings

Module

No.

Indicator

Normality

Abnormality

Power module

1

Power module Running indicator

Steady green: The power module is running correctly.

Off: The power module is not power on, undervoltage, or overvoltage.

Expansion module

2

Indicator of a mini SAS HD expansion port

  • Steady blue: The link is up and the rate is 4 x 6 Gbit/s.
  • Steady green: The link is up and the rate is 4 x 3 Gbit/s.
  • Steady red: The expansion port is faulty.
  • Off: The link is down.

Fan module

3

Fan module Running/Alarm indicator

  • Steady green: The fan module is running correctly.
  • Off: The fan module is not powered on.

Steady red: The fan module is faulty.

Expansion module

4

Expansion module Alarm indicator

Off: The expansion module is not powered or is running correctly.

Steady red: The expansion module is faulty.

5

Expansion module Power indicator

Steady green: The expansion module is running correctly.

Off: The expansion module is not powered on.

Procedure

  • Check onsite front-panel and rear-panel indicators of a disk enclosure according to Figure 9-12 and Figure 9-13. Predetermine whether all component modules on the disk enclosure are working properly.

Exception Handling

In the event that a module of the storage system is abnormal, refer to the OceanStor 5300 V3&5500 V3&5600 V3&5800 V3&6800 V3 Storage System V300R003 Product Description to learn about detailed indicator meanings. Then, troubleshoot faults based on the detailed fault information you have obtained.

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