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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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Indicators and Buttons on the SCE Front Panel

Indicators and Buttons on the SCE Front Panel

The indicators and buttons on the system compute module (SCE) front panel are on the left mounting ear and hard disk. Figure 2-46 shows the indicators and buttons on the SCE front panel.

Figure 2-46 Indicators and buttons on the SCE front panel

Table 2-30 describes the indicators and buttons.

Table 2-30 Indicators and buttons on the SCE front panel

No.

Silk Screen

Location

Name

Color

Description

1

Left mounting ear

Power button/indicator for basic partition unit (BPU) A

Yellow and green

Single-system mode:

Only the power button and indicator on system compute enclosure (SCE) 1 function.

  • Off: There is no power supply to components in the cabinet.
  • Blinking yellow: The power supply to the service system is locked temporarily. Therefore, the service system cannot be powered on.

    In this state, the power button does not function.

  • Steady yellow: The service system is ready to be powered on.

    In this state, the power button functions.

  • Steady green: The service system is powered on.

    In this state, the power button functions.

  • Pressing and holding down the power button for 1 second to 3 seconds will:
    • Power on the service system.
    • Power off the service system during the BIOS startup process.
  • Pressing and holding down the power button for longer than 4 seconds will forcibly power off the service system.
NOTE:

The power button functions only once within 10 seconds.

Physical partition mode:

The power button controls the power status of a physical partition, and the power indicator indicates the power status of the physical partition. The button and indicator function only when BPU A is the primary BPU.

  • Off: There is no power supply to components in the cabinet.
  • Blinking yellow: The power supply to the physical partition is locked temporarily. Therefore, the physical partition cannot be powered on.

    In this state, the power button does not function.

  • Steady yellow: The physical partition is ready to be powered on.

    In this state, the power button functions.

  • Steady green: The physical partition has been powered on.

    In this state, the power button functions.

  • Pressing and holding down the power button for 1 second to 3 seconds will:
    • Power on the physical partition.
    • Power off the physical partition during the BIOS startup process.
  • Pressing and holding down the power button for longer than 4 seconds will forcibly power off the physical partition.
NOTE:

The power button functions only once within 10 seconds.

2

Left mounting ear

Health indicator for BPU A

Red and green

This indicator indicates the health status of BPU A in the SCE, regardless of the operating mode and partition mode.

  • Steady green: The devices in the BPU are operating properly.
  • Blinking red at 1 Hz: A major alarm is generated for a device in the BPU.
  • Blinking red at 5 Hz: A critical alarm is generated for a device in the BPU.

3

Left mounting ear

UID button/indicator for BPU A

Blue

The UID button/indicator helps identify and locate BPU A in an SCE, regardless of the operating mode and partition mode. (SCMs 1 to 4 belong to BPU A.)

  • Off: The UID button has not been triggered.
  • Steady on: The UID button has been pressed on the SCE front panel or clicked on the CMC WebUI to locate BPU A in the SCE.
NOTE:

To reset the BMC on local partition management module (LPM) 2, press and hold down the UID button for 6 seconds.

4

Left mounting ear

UID button/indicator for BPU B

Blue

The UID button/indicator helps identify and locate BPU B in the SCE, regardless of the operating mode and partition mode.

  • Off: The UID button has not been triggered.
  • Steady on: The UID button has been pressed on the SCE front panel or clicked on the CMC WebUI to locate BPU B in the SCE.
NOTE:

To reset the BMC on LPM 1, press and hold down the UID button for 4 seconds.

5

Left mounting ear

Health indicator for BPU B

Red and green

This indicator indicates the health status of BPU B in the SCE, regardless of the operating mode and partition mode. (SCMs 5 to 8 belong to BPU B.)

  • Steady green: The devices in the BPU are operating properly.
  • Blinking red at 1 Hz: A major alarm is generated for a device in the BPU.
  • Blinking red at 5 Hz: A critical alarm is generated for a device in the BPU.

6

Left mounting ear

Power button/indicator for BPU B

Yellow and green

Single-system mode

This indicator is off and this button is unavailable.

Physical partition mode

This button controls the power status of the physical partition, and this indicator indicates the power status of the physical partition. This button and indicator are available only when the corresponding BPU B is the primary BPU.

  • Off: There is no power supply to components in the cabinet.
  • Blinking yellow: The power supply to the physical partition is locked temporarily. Therefore, the physical partition cannot be powered on.

    In this state, the power button is unavailable.

  • Steady yellow: The physical partition is ready to be powered on.

    In this state, the power button is available.

  • Steady green: The physical partition is powered on.

    In this state, the power button is available.

  • Pressing and holding down the power button for 1 second to 3 seconds will:
    • Power on the physical partition.
    • Power off the physical partition during the BIOS startup process.
  • Pressing and holding down the power button for longer than 4 seconds will forcibly power off the physical partition.
NOTE:

The power button functions only once within 10 seconds.

7

-

Hard disk ejector release button

Hard disk fault indicator

Yellow

  • Off: The hard disk is operating properly or cannot be detected in a RAID array.
  • Blinking yellow: The hard disk is located, or RAID is being rebuilt.
  • Steady yellow: The hard disk is faulty or cannot be detected.

8

-

Hard disk ejector release button

Hard disk activity indicator

Green

  • Off: The hard disk is faulty or cannot be detected.
  • Blinking green: Data is being read from or written to the hard disk, or synchronized between hard disks.
  • Steady green: The hard disk is inactive.

Figure 2-47 shows the indicators and button on an SCM panel. Table 2-31 describes the indicators and button.

Figure 2-47 Indicators and button on an SCM panel
Table 2-31 Indicators and button on an SCM panel

No.

Silk Screen

Meaning

Color

State Description

1

Power button/status indicator for a memory board module (MBM)

Red and green

  • Off: The MBM is ready to be powered on.
  • Steady green: The MBM is operating properly.
  • Blinking green at 1 Hz: The MBM is in the intermediate state of hot swap.
  • Blinking red at 1 Hz: The MBM is faulty.

To hot-swap the MBM, press the button.

2

MBM ATTN indicator

Yellow

  • Off: Hot insertion or removal is successful.
  • Steady yellow: Hot insertion or removal has failed.
  • Blinking yellow: The MBM is waiting to cancel hot swap. To cancel this operation, press the MBM button again within 5 seconds.

3

MBM backup indicator

Green

Reserved

4

CPU board module status indicator

Red and green

  • Off: The CPU board module is not powered on.
  • Blinking red at 1 Hz: The CPU board module is faulty.
  • Steady green: The CPU board module is operating properly.

5

CPU board module ATTN indicator

Yellow

  • Off: Hot insertion or removal is successful.
  • Steady yellow: Hot insertion or removal has failed.
  • Blinking yellow: The CPU board module is in the hot swap process. In this process, manual insertion or removal of the CPU board module is not allowed.

Figure 2-48 shows the indicator and button on an MBM. Table 2-32 describes the indicator and button.

Figure 2-48 Indicator and button on an MBM
Table 2-32 Indicator and button on an MBM

No.

Meaning

Color

State Description

1

DIMM fault indicator

Red

  • Off: The DIMM is operating properly.
  • On: The DIMM is faulty.

2

DIMM fault locating button

-

This button helps locate a faulty DIMM.

When a DIMM on an MBM in the power-on state is faulty, this indicator turns on for the faulty DIMM. After you power off the server and remove the MBM, press and hold down this button to turn on this indicator of the faulty DIMM.

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