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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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Installing the Cabinet (Single Cabinet)

Installing the Cabinet (Single Cabinet)

Installing the 9016 Server on the Concrete Floor (Without Drilling Holes)

For environments without high device stability requirements, place the 9016 server directly on the concrete floor with its leveling feet.

Prerequisites
  • Precautions
    • The load-bearing capacity of the floor must be greater than 830 kg/m².
    • Ensure that all equipment room preparations, including cable tray installation and cable routing, above the cabinet are complete. This avoids dust and debris in the cabinet, which may affect device operation.
    • Be careful during installation to avoid equipment damage or personal injury.
  • Preparations
    • Ensure that the floor where the cabinet is to be installed is clean and unobstructed.
    • Ensure that the illumination in the equipment room meets installation requirements.
  • Installation regulations
    • Ensure that cabinets in the same row are appropriately aligned and spaced.
    • Wear clean gloves when handling the surface of a cabinet or enclosure.
  • Tools

    Installation Tools lists the tools required for the installation.

Procedure
  1. Determine the position for installing a cabinet.

    • Choosing a correct installation position is fundamental to ensure convenient follow-up procedures.
    • Determine the cabinet installation position according to the equipment room layout plan. Leave a clearance of at least 1200 mm (47.24 in.) for maintenance.
  2. Place the cabinet.
    1. Push the cabinet on the casters to the installation position.
    2. Use a right angle to ensure that the cabinet edges are aligned with the floor, as shown in Figure 3-17.
    Figure 3-17 Placing a cabinet

  3. Check cabinet levelness.
    1. Use a level and plumb line to check the levelness and verticality respectively, as shown in Figure 3-18.
      Figure 3-18 Using a plumb line

    2. If the cabinet is not level, use an adjustable wrench to adjust the leveling feet, as shown in Figure 3-19.
Figure 3-19 Adjusting leveling feet

Follow-up Procedure
  • Store tools and remove waste to ensure a clean and tidy environment.
  • Give the customer the remaining engineering materials.

Installing the 9016 Server on the Concrete Floor (by Drilling Holes)

For environments with high device stability requirements (for example, in a seismic zone), drill holes on the floor and install expansion bolts to secure the 9016 server.

Prerequisites
  • Precautions
    • The load-bearing capacity of the floor must be greater than 830 kg/m².
    • Ensure that all equipment room preparations, including cable tray installation and cable routing, above the cabinet are complete. This avoids dust and debris in the cabinet, which may affect device operation.
    • Be careful during installation to avoid equipment damage or personal injury.
  • Preparations
    • Ensure that the floor where the cabinet is to be installed is clean and unobstructed.
    • Ensure that the illumination in the equipment room meets installation requirements.
  • Installation regulations
    • Ensure that cabinets in the same row are appropriately aligned and spaced.
    • Wear clean gloves when handling the surface of a cabinet or enclosure.
  • Tools

    Installation Tools lists the tools required for the installation.

Procedure
  1. Determine the position for installing a cabinet.

    • Choosing a correct installation position is fundamental to ensure convenient follow-up procedures.
    • Determine the cabinet installation position according to the equipment room layout plan. Leave a clearance of at least 1200 mm (47.24 in.) for maintenance.
  2. Drill holes.

    • Wear protective goggles and keep your eyes at least 0.5 m away from the drill bit when drilling holes using a hammer drill to protect your eyes against flying dust.
    • Hold the drill shank firmly and stay focused. Keep the drill bit vertical to the ground to avoid ground damage or tilt holes.
    1. Based on the planned cabinet installation position, mark positions for drilling holes on the concrete floor by using a marker. The center-to-center distances of the four hole positions are 413 mm (16.26 inch) and 1110 mm (43.70 inch), as shown in Figure 3-20.
      Figure 3-20 Positions for drilling holes on the concrete floor

      NOTE:

      It is difficult to begin drilling if the concrete floor is solid and smooth. Use a claw hammer and chisel to make a dent on the floor first, as shown in Figure 3-21. Skip this step if the ground is easy to drill.

      Figure 3-21 Using a chisel to make a dent

    2. Use the Φ 16 drill bit to drill holes with the depth of 52 mm (2.05 inch) to 60 mm (2.36 inch) on the concrete floor, as shown in Figure 3-22.
      Figure 3-22 Drilling holes

    3. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean dust during and after drilling holes. Ensure that the environment and holes are free of dust.
    4. After the drilling is complete, verify that the net depth of each hole is in the range of 52 mm (2.05 inch) to 60 mm (2.36 inch). If the hole depth does not meet requirements, repeat the drilling steps until each hole meets the requirements.
  3. Install expansion bolts.

    • Before the installation, check that the guide rib on each expansion bolt is inserted into the guide trough on the expansion tube. Otherwise, the expansion bolts cannot be tightened.
    • Check that the installed expansion tube is not higher than the ground to avoid affecting subsequent installation.
    1. Measure the distance between holes and ensure that the distance is appropriate to match the cabinet support. If the distance between any two holes is inappropriate, locate and drill new holes.
    2. Insert the guide rib on the expansion bolt into the guide trough in the expansion tube, slightly tighten the expansion bolt until the guide rib cannot completely move out of the guide trough. Figure 3-23 shows the structure of an expansion bolt.
      Figure 3-23 Expansion bolt structure

      1

      M12 expansion bolt

      2

      Spring washer; flat washer

      3

      Flat washer

      4

      Expansion tube

      5

      Expansion nut

      6

      Guide rib

      7

      Guide trough

      -

      -

    3. Place the expansion bolt in the hole and use a hammer (such as a claw hammer) to knock the expansion tube into the hole completely, as shown in Figure 3-24.
      Figure 3-24 Knocking an expansion tube completely into a hole

    4. Tighten the expansion bolt to secure the expansion nut and expansion tube.
      NOTE:

      About 35 mm (1.38 inch) of the expansion bolt (including the head of the bolt) is above the ground.

    5. Use a wrench to loosen and remove the bolt, spring washer, and flat washer, as shown in Figure 3-25.
      Figure 3-25 Loosening and removing a bolt

    6. Check that the expansion tube is fully inserted into the ground, as shown in Figure 3-26.
      Figure 3-26 Checking an expansion tube

  4. Place the cabinet.
    1. Push the cabinet on the casters to the installation position.
    2. Use a right angle to ensure that the cabinet edges are aligned with the floor, as shown in Figure 3-27.
    Figure 3-27 Placing a cabinet

  5. Check cabinet levelness.
    1. Use a level and plumb line to check the levelness and verticality respectively, as shown in Figure 3-28.
      Figure 3-28 Using a plumb line

    2. If the cabinet is not level, use an adjustable wrench to adjust the support feet.
  6. Secure the cabinet.
    1. Place four insulation jackets on the four M12x115 expansion bolts. Insert the expansion bolts into the holes on the floor and partially tighten the expansion bolts.
    2. Check that the bolt assembly (including the spring washer, flat washer, and insulation jacket) is properly installed.
    3. Use a torque socket to tighten the bolts in a diagonal sequence with a torque of 45 N m, as shown in Figure 3-29.
      Figure 3-29 Securing a cabinet

  7. Perform an insulation test.
    1. Set the multimeter to measure resistance in MΩ.
    2. Connect one probe of the multimeter to the expansion bolt, and the other probe to the ground screw in the cabinet to measure the resistance between the expansion bolt and the cabinet, as shown in Figure 3-30.
    3. Measure the resistance.

      Ensure that the resistance is greater than 5 MΩ.

      If not, remove all components and ensure that all insulation is intact. Then secure the cabinet and perform the insulation test again.

      Figure 3-30 Measuring the resistance

Follow-up Procedure
  • Store tools and remove waste to ensure a clean and tidy environment.
  • Give the customer the remaining engineering materials.

Installing the 9016 Server on the ESD Floor (Without Drilling Holes)

For environments without high device stability requirements, place the 9016 server directly on the ESD floor.

Prerequisites
  • Precautions
    • The load-bearing capacity of the ESD floor must be greater than 830 kg/m².
    • Ensure that all equipment room preparations, including cable tray installation and cable routing, above the cabinet are complete. This avoids dust and debris in the cabinet, which may affect device operation.
    • Be careful during installation to avoid equipment damage or personal injury.
  • Preparations
    • Ensure that the floor where the cabinet is to be installed is clean and unobstructed.
    • Ensure that the illumination in the equipment room meets installation requirements.
  • Tools

    Installation Tools lists the tools required for the installation.

The installation procedure is similar to the procedure for Installing the 9016 Server on the Concrete Floor (Without Drilling Holes).

Installing the 9016 Server on the ESD Floor (By Drilling Holes)

For environments with high device stability requirements (for example, in a seismic zone), drill holes and install bolts to secure the 9016 server to the support.

Prerequisites
  1. Precautions
    • The load-bearing capacity of the ESD floor must be greater than 830 kg/m².
    • Ensure that all equipment room preparations, including cable tray installation and cable routing, above the cabinet are complete. This avoids dust and debris in the cabinet, which may affect device operation.
    • Be careful during installation to avoid equipment damage or personal injury.
  2. Preparations
    • Ensure that the floor where the cabinet is to be installed is clean and unobstructed.
    • Ensure that the illumination in the equipment room meets installation requirements.
  3. Tools

    Installation Tools lists the tools required for the installation.

Procedure
  1. Determine the position for installing a cabinet.

    • Choosing a correct installation position is fundamental to ensure convenient follow-up procedures.
    • Determine the cabinet installation position according to the equipment room layout plan. Leave a clearance of at least 1200 mm (47.24 in.) for maintenance.
  2. Drill holes.

    • Wear protective goggles and keep your eyes at least 0.5 m away from the drill bit when drilling holes using a hammer drill to protect your eyes against flying dust.
    • Hold the drill shank firmly and stay focused. Keep the drill bit vertical to the ground to avoid ground damage or tilt holes.
    1. Based on the planned cabinet installation position, mark positions for drilling holes on the concrete floor by using a marker. The center-to-center distances of the four hole positions are 413 mm (16.26 inch) and 1110 mm (43.70 inch), as shown in Figure 3-31.
      Figure 3-31 Positions for drilling holes on the concrete floor

      NOTE:

      It is difficult to begin drilling if the concrete floor is solid and smooth. Use a claw hammer and chisel to make a dent on the floor first, as shown in Figure 3-32. Skip this step if the ground is easy to drill.

      Figure 3-32 Using a chisel to make a dent

    2. Use the Φ 16 drill bit to drill holes with the depth of 52 mm (2.05 inch) to 60 mm (2.36 inch) on the concrete floor, as shown in Figure 3-33.
      Figure 3-33 Drilling holes

    3. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean dust during and after drilling holes. Ensure that the environment and holes are free of dust.
    4. After the drilling is complete, verify that the net depth of each hole is in the range of 52 mm (2.05 inch) to 60 mm (2.36 inch). If the hole depth does not meet requirements, repeat the drilling steps until each hole meets the requirements.
  3. Install expansion bolts.

    • Before the installation, check that the guide rib on each expansion bolt is inserted into the guide trough on the expansion tube. Otherwise, the expansion bolts cannot be tightened.
    • Check that the installed expansion tube is not higher than the ground to avoid affecting subsequent installation.
    1. Measure the distance between holes and ensure that the distance is appropriate to match the cabinet support. If the distance between any two holes is inappropriate, locate and drill new holes.
    2. Insert the guide rib on the expansion bolt into the guide trough in the expansion tube, slightly tighten the expansion bolt until the guide rib cannot completely move out of the guide trough. Figure 3-34 shows the structure of an expansion bolt.
      Figure 3-34 Expansion bolt structure

      1

      M12 expansion bolt

      2

      Spring washer; flat washer

      3

      Flat washer

      4

      Expansion tube

      5

      Expansion nut

      6

      Guide rib

      7

      Guide trough

      -

      -

    3. Place the expansion bolt in the hole and use a hammer (such as a claw hammer) to knock the expansion tube into the hole completely, as shown in Figure 3-35.
      Figure 3-35 Knocking an expansion tube completely into a hole

    4. Tighten the expansion bolt to secure the expansion nut and expansion tube.
      NOTE:

      About 35 mm (1.38 inch) of the expansion bolt (including the head of the bolt) is above the ground.

    5. Use a wrench to loosen and remove the bolt, spring washer, and flat washer, as shown in Figure 3-36.
      Figure 3-36 Loosening and removing a bolt

    6. Check that the expansion tube is fully inserted into the ground, as shown in Figure 3-37.
      Figure 3-37 Checking an expansion tube

  4. Place the cabinet.
    1. Determine the front side of the cabinet, place the cabinet onto the support, and align the four installation holes at the bottom with the four installation holes on the support.
    2. Put the insulation jacket into the M12x60 bolt assembly, insert the bolt assembly into the installation holes of the cabinet and the support, and use a socket wrench to partially tighten the bolt assembly.
  5. Check cabinet levelness.
    1. Use a level and plumb line to check the levelness and verticality respectively, as shown in Figure 3-38.
      Figure 3-38 Using a plumb line

    2. If the cabinet is not level, use an adjustable wrench to adjust the support feet.
  6. Secure the cabinet.
    1. Place four insulation jackets on the four M12x115 expansion bolts. Insert the expansion bolts into the holes on the floor and partially tighten the expansion bolts.
    2. Check that the bolt assembly (including the spring washer, flat washer, and insulation jacket) is properly installed.
    3. Use a torque socket to tighten the bolts in a diagonal sequence with a torque of 45 N m, as shown in Figure 3-39.
      Figure 3-39 Securing a cabinet

  7. Perform an insulation test.
    1. Set the multimeter to measure resistance in MΩ.
    2. Connect one probe of the multimeter to the expansion bolt, and the other probe to the ground screw in the cabinet to measure the resistance between the expansion bolt and the cabinet, as shown in Figure 3-40.
    3. Measure the resistance.

      Ensure that the resistance is greater than 5 MΩ.

      If not, remove all components and ensure that all insulation is intact. Then secure the cabinet and perform the insulation test again.

      Figure 3-40 Measuring the resistance

Follow-up Procedure
  • Store tools and remove waste to ensure a clean and tidy environment.
  • Give the customer the remaining engineering materials.
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