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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 Rear Panel

Indicators and Buttons on the SCE Rear Panel

The indicators and buttons on the system compute enclosure (SCE) rear panel are on the local partition management modules (LPMs), node controller modules (NCMs), fan modules, power supply units (PSUs), LANs on motherboard (LOMs), and back I/O modules (BIOs). Figure 2-49 shows the indicators and buttons on the SCE rear panel. Table 2-33 describes the indicators and buttons.

Figure 2-49 Indicators and buttons on the SCE rear panel

NOTE:

LPMs 1 and 2 have the same indicators, and NCMs 1 and 2 have the same indicators.

Table 2-33 Indicators and buttons on the SCE rear panel

No.

Silk Screen

Location

Name

Color

Description

1

Fan module

Fan module status indicator

Red and green

  • Off: There is no power supply to components in the cabinet.
  • Steady red: A fan module is faulty and needs repair.
  • Blinking red at 0.5 Hz: An alarm is generated for the server, but the system cannot determine whether the server needs repair.
  • Steady green: The fan module is faulty or is in the online upgrade state. (An online upgrade takes about 3 minutes.)
  • Blinking green at 0.5 Hz: The fan module is properly communicating with the BMC.
  • Blinking green at 4 Hz: The fan module fails to communicate with the BMC.

2

-

PSU

PSU status indicator

Red and green

  • Steady green: The PSU is operating properly.
  • Blinking green at 0.5 Hz: The management software has not started and has not managed the PSU. There is no 12 V power output (hibernation).
  • Blinking green at 4 Hz: under online upgrade.
  • Steady red: A fault alarm is generated for the PSU. For example, the input is overvoltage or undervoltage, the output is overvoltage or undervoltage, there is no output, or a fan module is faulty.
  • There is no power supply.

3

Local partition management module (LPM) 2

UID indicator for basic partition unit (BPU) A

Blue

The UID 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 blue: The UID button has been pressed on the SCE front panel or clicked on the CMC WebUI to locate BPU A in the SCE.

4

MST

LPM 2

Indicator for the primary BPU

Green

  • Off: BPU A where the LPM is located is the secondary BPU.
  • Steady green: BPU A where the LPM is located is the primary BPU.

5

LPM 2

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.

6

-

LPM 2

Partition interconnect cable (PIC) installation status/health indicator

Red and green

  • Off: The PIC cannot be detected or the port is not in use.
  • Steady green: The PIC can be detected and the cable channel between LPM 2 and the CME is working properly.
  • Steady red: The PIC can be detected and the cable channel between LPM 2 and the CME is working abnormally.

7

-

LAN on motherboard (LOM)

Network port data transmission status indicator

Orange

  • Off: No data is being transmitted.
  • Blinking orange: Data is being transmitted.

8

-

LOM

Network port connection status indicator

Green

  • Off: The network port is not connected.
  • Steady green: The network port is properly connected.

9

Back I/O module (BIO)

PCIe card hot swap button

-

  • Press this button when the system is operating properly to hot-swap the PCIe card.
  • Press this button when the PCIe card is operating properly. The PCIe card is removable 10 seconds after the PWR indicator turns off.
  • Press this button after you install a PCIe card. The PCIe card is operating properly 10 seconds later after the PWR indicator becomes steady green.

10

BIO

PCIe card power indicator

Green

  • Off: The PCIe card is powered off.
  • Steady green: The power supply to the PCIe card is normal.
  • Blinking green: The PCIe card is in the power-on or power-off process.

11

BIO

PCIe card status indicator

Yellow

  • Off: The PCIe card is operating properly.
  • On: The PCIe card is abnormal, or the server is in the power-on self-test (POST) phase.

12

-

Node controller module (NCM)

Node interconnect (NI) port status indicator

Red and green

  • Off: No cable is connected to the port.
  • Steady green: The port is working properly.
  • Steady red: An alarm is generated for the port.

13

NCM

Health indicator

Red and green

  • Off: The NCM is not powered on.
  • Steady green: The NCM is operating properly.
  • Blinking red at 1 Hz: The NCM is working abnormally.

14

NCM

Startup indicator

Green

  • Off: The NCM is not powered on.
  • Blinking green at 1 Hz: The NCM is powered on, but configuration is incomplete.
  • Steady green: The NCM is powered on, and configuration is complete.

15

-

LPM 1

PIC installation status/health indicator

Red and green

  • Off: The PIC cannot be detected or the port is not in use.
  • Steady green: The PIC can be detected and the cable channel between LPM 1 and the CME is working properly.
  • Steady red: The PIC can be detected and the cable channel between LPM 1 and the CME is working abnormally.

16

LPM 1

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.

17

MST

LPM 1

Indicator for the primary BPU

Green

  • Off: BPU B where the LPM is located is the secondary BPU.
  • Steady green: BPU B where the LPM is located is the primary BPU.
NOTE:

Only BPU B in 4-socket physical partition mode can be the primary BPU.

18

LPM 1

UID indicator for BPU B

Blue

The UID 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.
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