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KunLun 9016 V100R001 User Guide 12

This document describes the appearance, specifications, parameters, and structure of the KunLun 9016, and how to install an OS, replace parts, and install, remove, configure, and troubleshoot the server.
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Transporting the Server

Transporting the Server

Precautions for Transportation

Precautions

  • Keep the cabinet stand upright to avoid equipment damage and personal injury during cabinet transportation and unloading.
  • Use a pallet truck to move the server with a pallet. The pallet truck must have a rated capacity greater than 1500 kg (3307.50 lb) and forks longer than 1.2 m (3.94 ft).
  • Only personnel trained and certified by Huawei are allowed to move the server.
  • Follow all procedures and precautions stated in the operation guides during transportation to avoid equipment damage and personal injury.
Preparations

Before unloading the 9016 server, make the following preparations:

  • Confirm with the logistics company the number of devices, arrival time, vehicle type, whether pallet trucks are provided, and whether the pallet truck type meets unloading requirements.

    Use the recommended unloading method based on whether the vehicle has a loading ramp.

    • Yes: Use a pallet truck and loading ramp.
    • No: Use a forklift.
  • Confirm who will accept the delivery, and when and where the equipment will be unloaded. Determine a proper storage place if the equipment is not unpacked immediately after it is unloaded.
  • Confirm that the unloading site is suitable for parking, unloading, and unpacking.
    • The unloading site must be able to accommodate the packaged equipment with dimensions (H x W x D) of 2150 mm x 1000 mm x 1500 mm (84.65 in. x 39.37 in. x 59.06 in.) and weight of 700 kg (1543.50 lb).
    • Choose a convenient and available unloading site. Do not unpack the equipment intended for storage.
    • Leave a minimum clearance of 5 m (16.40 ft) at the front and rear of the package and at least 3 m (9.84 ft) on the left and right of the package to facilitate unpacking.

Unloading the 9016 Server

Prerequisites
  • Precautions
    • Secure the package to the unloading tool using safety belts before you begin.
    • Do not unpack the 9016server or remove the pallet until the package is unloaded from the vehicle.
    • When operating a forklift:
  • Keep the path clear of personnel.
  • Drive the forklift and operate the forks at a steady speed with no sudden changes.
    • After the equipment is stably placed on the ground or a flat surface:
  • If additional transportation is required, orient the device for loading onto the pallet truck.
  • Otherwise, position the equipment so that it meets unpacking requirements.
  • Preparations
    • Unloading the equipment from a vehicle with a loading ramp
  • If possible, park the vehicle next to the unloading platform so that there is no need to use a loading ramp.
  • Ensure that the load-bearing capacity of a loading ramp is 1.5 times the total weight of the packaged server and transportation equipment (at least 2000 kg (4410 lb)).
  • Place both the package and pallet truck stably on the loading ramp, put the pallet truck in braking mode, and start the loading ramp. Pay attention to the package and pallet truck to prevent them from sliding when operating the loading ramp.
    • Unloading the equipment from a vehicle without a loading ramp
  • Do not use steel plates or planks for unloading, to avoid equipment damage or personal injury.
  • Use a forklift to unload the package. Fasten the package to the mast of the forklift with strapping tapes as high as possible to ensure the package and forklift are under control.
  • Tools
    • Diagonal pliers
    • Phillips screwdriver
    • Adjustable wrench
    • Protective gloves
Procedure

Unloading the equipment from a vehicle with a loading ramp

  1. Unfold the loading ramp, as shown in Figure 3-3. Then securely connect the chains to increase the strength of the loading ramp
    Figure 3-3 Unfolding a loading ramp

  2. Use a pallet truck to move the 9016 server onto the loading ramp.
  3. Secure the 9016 server to the vehicle using safety belts, as shown in Figure 3-4.
    Figure 3-4 Moving a 9016 onto a loading ramp

  4. Lower the loading ramp. Do not move the 9016 server before the loading ramp is on the ground.
    NOTE:

    At least four people are required to secure the server and keep it stand upright, as shown in Figure 3-5.

    Figure 3-5 Lowering a loading ramp

  5. After the loading ramp is stable on the ground, unfasten the safety belts and use the pallet truck to move the 9016 server to the ground, as shown in Figure 3-6. If there is a large gap between the loading ramp slope and the ground, use an additional iron ramp.
Figure 3-6 Moving a 9016 server to the ground

Unloading the equipment from a vehicle without a loading ramp

  1. Align and insert the forks of a forklift into the pallet at the bottom of the package.
  2. Lean the package against the mast of the forklift, and slowly lift the package off the ground, keeping it as low as possible, as shown in Figure 3-7.
Figure 3-7 Unloading the equipment using a forklift

  • Operate the forklift responsibly. Drive the forklift stably and slowly, and adhere to proper operation procedures. Failure to do so may result in equipment damage.
  • Do not place the package at the forefront of the pallet truck. Slowly lift the device off the ground as low as possible. Ensure that the mast is slightly tilted toward the driver to achieve maximum stability.
  • Pay attention to devices behind the package. The feet of the pallet truck often stab the devices, causing device damage. Widen the distance between the feet of the pallet truck to achieve maximum stability. Do not use a lengthened pallet truck to move two packages at a time.
  • The speed of the pallet truck cannot exceed 3.6 km (2.24 mi) per hour. Drive slowly when turning corners.

Checking the Server Package

Prerequisites
  • House the unpacked equipment indoors.
  • Take and store photos of the storage site, any rusty or corroded components, packages, and packaging materials.
  • Store all packaging materials for future use.
Procedure

If the package or components inside are damaged (for example, soaked or rusty), stop unpacking, take photos, and report the problem to the local Huawei office.

Check that:

  • The equipment has been delivered to the installation site.
  • The packages are in good condition.
  • The packages are upright.
  • The total number of packages matches the attached packing list.

Unpacking the 9016 Server

Prerequisites
  • Precautions
    • Before unpacking, assess the site conditions. If you use a crane to hoist the 9016 cabinet to the equipment room, unpack the cabinet in the equipment room.
    • Keep the pallet stable on a flat ground when unpacking the cabinet to ensure that the cabinet stands upright.
    • Perform unpacking operations gently to avoid equipment damage.
  • Preparations
    Check the status of anti-shock and anti-inversion labels (shown in Figure 3-8) on the package. If any problem is found, stop unpacking, take photos, and report the problem to the local Huawei office.
    Figure 3-8 Anti-shock and anti-inversion labels

  • Tools
    • Box cutter
    • Phillips screwdriver
    • Adjustable wrench
    • Protective gloves
Procedure
  1. Remove the packaging materials from the cabinet.

    At least two people are required to remove the packaging materials for safety.

    1. Remove the top cover, as shown in step (1) in Figure 3-9.
    2. Remove the eight plastic buckles.

      Pinch a plastic buckle and turn it outwards, as shown in step (2) in Figure 3-9.

    3. Remove the outer covering from both sides, as shown in step (3) in Figure 3-9.
    4. Remove the protective foam from the four corners, as shown in step (4) in Figure 3-9.
      Figure 3-9 Removing packaging materials from the cabinet

  2. Remove the moisture-proof bag.

    If additional transportation is required, exercise caution when removing the moisture-proof bag to avoid scratching or damaging it.

    1. Remove the slanted pallet from the side of the cabinet.
    2. Lift the moisture-proof bag, as shown in Figure 3-10.
    Figure 3-10 Removing a moisture-proof bag

  3. Unfasten the cabinet from the pallet.
    1. Use an adjustable wrench to remove the eight screws at the bottom of the fastening bracket, as shown in step (1) in Figure 3-11.
    2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the ten screws on the top of the fastening bracket, as shown in step (2) in Figure 3-11.
    3. Remove the fastening bracket from the cabinet.
      Figure 3-11 Unfastening the cabinet from the pallet

    4. Use the adjustable wrench to adjust the cabinet leveling feet counterclockwise until the casters touch the ground, as shown in Figure 3-12.
      NOTE:

      When the leveling feet are adjusted to the highest position, the maximum climbing angle of the cabinet is 10 degrees.

      Figure 3-12 Adjusting leveling feet

  4. Move the cabinet onto the ground.

  • At least three people are required to move the cabinet. One pushes the cabinet while the other two hold both sides of the cabinet.
  • Ensure that no one is in front of the cabinet to avoid personal injury.
  • Push on the lower part of the cabinet to avoid toppling.
  • If additional transportation is required, store all packaging materials (including the moisture-proof bag, screws, shim board, and ramp) properly.
  • After the cabinet is moved onto the ground, use an adjustable wrench to remove the shim board from the pallet. When moving the cabinet into an elevator or there is a narrow gap on the road, place the elevator-crossing plate between the elevator and the floor or on the gap to prevent the cabinet casters from being stuck.
  1. Position the included ramp at the rear of the pallet, as shown in step (1) in Figure 3-13.
  2. Lift the steel fasteners.
  3. Connect the ramp to the pallet by securely inserting the steel fasteners, as shown in step (2) in Figure 3-13.
  4. Move the cabinet down the ramp onto the ground, as shown in step (3) in Figure 3-13.
    Figure 3-13 Moving a cabinet onto the ground

Moving the 9016 Server

Prerequisites
  • Precautions
    • At least four people are required to move a 9016 server.
    • Keep the cabinet stand upright during movement to avoid personal injury.
    • Pay attention to the casters on the bottom during movement to ensure that the casters function properly.
  • Preparations
    • Assess the path to be traveled by the 9016 server. Ensure that the path is flat, dry and free from the following conditions:
      • Slippery floors
      • Drainage channels
      • Gravel roads
      • Cracks in the ground
      • Deceleration strips
      • Steps
      • Slopes greater than 10%
    • If you want to use an elevator, ensure that the following requirements are met:
      • Height: 2.10 m (6.89 ft) or higher
      • Load-bearing capacity: 2000 kg (4410 lb) or higher
    • Wrap materials such as cardboard and blankets around doorsills and door frames to protect against collisions before moving a cabinet through them.
  • Tools
    • Forklift or pallet truck
    • Iron pallet
    • Protective gloves
Procedure
  1. Move the cabinet on a slope.

    • At least four people are required to move a 9016 server.
    • Do not stand directly before or behind the cabinet.
    • Do not move the cabinet on a slope greater than 10 degrees without any protection measures.

    If these instructions are not followed, the cabinet may fall down, resulting in equipment damage or even personal injury.

    Two people stabilize and steer the cabinet from the front, and the others push the cabinet by holding both sides at the back of the cabinet, as shown in Figure 3-14.

    Figure 3-14 Moving a cabinet on a slope

  2. Move the cabinet into an elevator.

    When moving the cabinet into an elevator or over a narrow gap, use the shim board attached to the pallet during delivery. Place the shim board over any gaps and ensure that it is secure to prevent the casters of the cabinet from being stuck in the gap.

    1. Before moving the cabinet into an elevator, place the shim board between the elevator and the floor, as shown in step (1) in Figure 3-15.
    2. Move the cabinet into the elevator using the shim board, as shown in step (2) in Figure 3-15.
    3. Store the shim board for future use.
    Figure 3-15 Moving a cabinet into an elevator using a shim board
  1. Move the cabinet across a doorsill.

    • The doorsill height cannot exceed 15 mm (0.59 in.).
    • When using the shim board, ensure that it is secure to prevent the casters of the cabinet from being stuck in the gap.
    1. Use the shim board to form a slope on the doorsill, as shown in step (1) in Figure 3-16.
    2. Slowly move the cabinet across the slope, as shown in step (2) in Figure 3-16.
      Figure 3-16 Moving a cabinet across a doorsill using a shim board

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