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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 Cabinets (Combined Cabinets)

Installing Cabinets (Combined Cabinets)

Installing the Cabinet

The difference between combined-cabinet installation and single-cabinet installation is that the cabinet, devices, power distribution units (PDUs), and cables are delivered separately and assembled onsite. Combined-cabinet installation is based on single-cabinet installation. Before performing combined-cabinet installation, read Installing the Cabinet first.

Preparations
  1. Precautions
    • The load bearing capacity of the floor must be greater than 1187 kg/m².
    • Before installing cabinets, check that the engineering projects (such as installing cable trays and routing cables) on top of the cabinets are complete. Otherwise, sundries such as dust or metal scraps may fall into the cabinets during the installation, which may affect the device operating.
    • Be careful during installation to avoid personal injury or damage to cabinets.
  2. Preparations
    • Clean the floor where cabinets are to be installed, and ensure that the floor is free from dust and sundries.
    • Check that the illumination in the equipment room meets installation requirements.
  3. Installation regulations
    • The cabinets in each line along the main path must be aligned.
    • The cabinets in a line must be close to each other and their front and rear are aligned respectively.
    • Wear clean gloves when contacting the surface of a cabinet or chassis.
  4. Tools

    Installation Tools lists the tools required for the installation.

Procedure
  1. The cabinets are labeled SMB1 and SMB2, where SMB1 is the primary cabinet and must be placed on the right.

    Perform 2 to 5 to place the primary cabinet.

  2. Determine the position for installing a cabinet.

    • Determining the installation position is a fundamental task before the hardware installation. An incorrect position brings great inconvenience for follow-up procedures. Therefore, a correct installation position is a necessary condition to guarantee the quality of the entire project.
    • Determine the cabinet installation position based on the construction drawing. Ensure that a clearance of at least 1200 mm is reserved for maintenance at the front and back of the cabinet.
  3. Place the cabinet.
    1. Push the cabinet with rollers to the installation position.
    2. Use a right angle to compare the cabinet outer edges with the installation position outline on the ground, and ensure that the outer edges are aligned with the outline, as shown in Figure 3-41.
    Figure 3-41 Placing the cabinet

  4. Check cabinet levelness.
    1. Use a level and plumb line to check the levelness and verticality respectively, as shown in Figure 3-42.
      Figure 3-42 Using a plumb line

    2. If the cabinet is not level, use an adjustable wrench to adjust the support feet.
  5. 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 3-43.
    Figure 3-43 Securing a cabinet

  6. Remove the upper and lower side panels from the left side of the primary cabinet (SMB1).
    1. Secure the primary cabinet (SMB1) to the installation position.
    2. Find the lock hole label and turn the universal key counterclockwise to unlock the side panel. See step (1) in Figure 3-44.
      Figure 3-44 Removing a side panel

    3. Move the door latch downwards. See step (2) in Figure 3-44.
    4. Open the side panel. See step (3) in Figure 3-44.
    5. Remove the side panel.
    6. Remove the lower side panel in the same way.
  7. Remove the upper and lower side panels from the right side of the secondary cabinet (SMB2).

    The procedure is the same as that for removing the side panels of the primary cabinet.

  8. Install the secondary cabinet on the left of the primary cabinet and ensure that the two cabinets are close to each other.
  9. Adjust the anchor bolts of the secondary cabinet to ensure that the two cabinets are properly aligned and the gap between the two cabinets is as small as possible to ensure that connecting plates can be installed. See Figure 3-45.
    Figure 3-45 Combining cabinets

  10. Install the two connecting plates on the left column of the cabinet. See Figure 3-45.
Follow-up Procedure
  • Installation tools are placed in specified locations.
  • Installation garbage is cleaned up and the environment is neat and tidy.
  • Remaining engineering materials are handed over to the customer after the project is complete.

Installing a PDU

Combined cabinets support only three-phase PDUs.

Preparations
  1. Precautions
    • Power cables must be securely connected.
    • Use dedicated power cables to ensure equipment and personal safety.
    • Power cables are used only for dedicated servers. Do not use them for other devices.
  2. Preparations

    The 9016 connects the power distribution frame (PDF) or power socket in the equipment room and the power distribution units (PDUs) of the cabinet by using industrial plugs. Each three-phase five-core industrial plug supports an input voltage range of 346 V to 415 V AC at 50 Hz or 60 Hz, with up to 32 A input.

  3. Tools

    ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves

Procedure
  1. Locate the PDU installation positions. See Figure 3-46.
    Figure 3-46 PDU positions

  2. Align the two hangers on the PDU with the bigger parts of the cucurbit holes in the mounting bar, and push the PDU inwards to insert the hangers into the bigger parts of the cucurbit holes. See step (1) in Figure 3-47.
    Figure 3-47 Installing a PDU

  3. Move the PDU downwards until it cannot move. You can see that the upper and lower screws are exposed. See step (2) in Figure 3-48.
    Figure 3-48 Securing a PDU

  4. Tighten the screws delivered with the PDU to secure the upper and lower ends of PDU. See step (3) in Figure 3-48.
  5. Connect the ground cable of the PDU to the cabinet.
Follow-up Procedure
  • Installation tools are placed in specified locations.
  • Installation garbage is cleaned up and the environment is neat and tidy.
  • Remaining engineering materials are handed over to the customer after the project is complete.

Installing Front and Rear Acoustic Doors

Check whether the positions of the front and rear hinges and locks are correct. If not, adjust the positions on site. The following figure shows the positions of the front and rear hinges and locks.

Figure 3-49 Positions of the front and rear hinges and locks

For details about how to install an acoustic door, see Removing an Acoustic Door. The difference between combined cabinets and single cabinet lies in the assembling of the doors. The acoustic door with a liquid crystal display (LCD) is the front door of the primary cabinet (SMB1). The rear door of the primary cabinet (SMB1) and the front door of the secondary cabinet (SMB2) are left-hand doors. The rear door of the secondary cabinet (SMB2) is the right-hand door.

Figure 3-50 Front and rear views of the acoustic doors

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