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OceanStor 2800 V3 V300R006

This document is applicable to OceanStor 2800 V3. It describes the positioning, features, typical applications, architecture, specifications, environmental requirements, standards compliance, and granted certifications of the OceanStor 2800 V3 storage system.
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Overview

Overview

A high-density disk enclosure employs a modular design and consists of a system subrack, disk modules, fan modules, power modules, and expansion modules.

Overall Structure

Figure 4-32 shows the overall structure of a high-density disk enclosure.

Figure 4-32 Overall structure of a high-density disk enclosure with four 1200 W power modules

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System enclosure

2

Power module

3

Fan module

4

Expansion module

5

Disk module

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Front View

Figure 4-33 shows the front view of a high-density disk enclosure.

Figure 4-33 Front view of a high-density disk enclosure

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Disk enclosure ID display

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Rear View

Figure 4-34 shows the rear view of a high-density disk enclosure.

Figure 4-34 Rear view of a high-density disk enclosure

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Power module handle

2

Power module

3

Power module socket

4

Power module latch

5

Fan module

6

Fan module handle

7

Fan module latch

8

Mini SAS HD expansion port PRI

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Expansion module

10

Disk enclosure ID display

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Expansion module handle

12

Mini SAS HD expansion port EXP

13

Expansion module latch

14

Serial port

Top View

Figure 4-35 shows the top view of a high-density disk enclosure.

Figure 4-35 Top view of a high-density disk enclosure

The disk number of a high-density disk enclosure displayed on DeviceManager or CLI ranges from 0 to 74. These disks are numbered from left to right (15 columns) and from bottom to top (five rows). The slots of a high-density disk enclosure are numbered 0 to 14 from left to right (15 columns), and A to E from bottom to top (five rows). For example, in the preceding figure, the disk in the red box is numbered 40 in slot C10.

Table 4-17 lists the mappings between disk numbers and slot numbers of high-density disk enclosures.

Table 4-17 Mappings between disk numbers and slot numbers of high-density disk enclosures

Disk No.

Slot No.

Disk No.

Slot No.

Disk No.

Slot No.

Disk No.

Slot No.

Disk No.

Slot No.

0

A0

15

B0

30

C0

45

D0

60

E0

1

A1

16

B1

31

C1

46

D1

61

E1

2

A2

17

B2

32

C2

47

D2

62

E2

3

A3

18

B3

33

C3

48

D3

63

E3

4

A4

19

B4

34

C4

49

D4

64

E4

5

A5

20

B5

35

C5

50

D5

65

E5

6

A6

21

B6

36

C6

51

D6

66

E6

7

A7

22

B7

37

C7

52

D7

67

E7

8

A8

23

B8

38

C8

53

D8

68

E8

9

A9

24

B9

39

C9

54

D9

69

E9

10

A10

25

B10

40

C10

55

D10

70

E10

11

A11

26

B11

41

C11

56

D11

71

E11

12

A12

27

B12

42

C12

57

D12

72

E12

13

A13

28

B13

43

C13

58

D13

73

E13

14

A14

29

B14

44

C14

59

D14

74

E14

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