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OceanStor 2600 V3 Storage System V300R005 HyperMetro Feature Guide 06

"This document describes the implementation principles and application scenarios of theHyperMetro feature. Also, it explains how to configure and manage HyperMetro."
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After installing all devices, power on them and check their operating status. Ensure that all devices and their hardware are properly installed. Otherwise, do not power on them.


  • Devices can be powered on only if representatives from the customer and Huawei are onsite to confirm the operation.
  • Operations on power sourcing equipment (PSE), power distribution equipment (PDE), and powered devices (PDs) must comply with standards and regulations.
  • After the customer's administrative unit has approved the power-on application, the devices can be powered on and operated under the supervision of the customer's power engineers and personnel.
  • PDs must be connected to the positions specified by the PSE and PDE, ensuring that the PSE and PDE can provide power for the PDs.
  • You must use measuring instrument to check whether the power supplies meet the following requirements before powering on a device: The device and its power supplies are not short-circuited; the power cable is firmly connected; the output switch of the PSE is turned off and the output voltage is within the normal range; all power switches of the PDs are turned off.


  1. Connect ground cables.

    1. Huawei personnel must connect all ground cables for cabinets and storage devices and check that the ground resistance connectors are firmly attached.
    2. Huawei personnel must also test the ground resistance between the storage cabinets and the equipment room.

  2. Power on power distribution frames (PDFs) and array cabinets.

    1. Huawei is responsible for turning on/off miniature circuit breakers (MCBs) and switches of PDFs and array cabinets.
    2. The customer must check the output voltage of the PDFs and array cabinets and ensure that it falls within the normal range. The customer must also verify that the PSE has sufficient redundant power supplies to meet the power requirements of all connected cabinets and storage devices.

  3. Power on devices.

    1. Huawei is responsible for turning on/off switches of power distribution units (PDUs) and powering on devices in sequence under the customer's supervision.

      The power-on sequence is: storage devices > Fibre Channel switches > core switches > application hosts.


      Verify that each device is running properly before powering on the next. For details about how to power on storage devices, see "Powering On Devices" in the installation guide corresponding to your product model.

    2. The customer must verify that the input power is stable while Huawei personnel are powering on the cabinets and storage devices.

Follow-up Procedure

After powering on devices, you must:
  • Verify that fans of the devices are working properly and air is being discharged from the air vent.
  • Verify that the device indicators are normal.

For details about the indicator status, see "Powering On Devices" in the installation guide corresponding to your product model.

  • Log in to each device and check its operating status.
Updated: 2018-09-03

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