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OceanStor 9000 V300R006C10 Parts Replacement 06

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Replaceable Parts and Replacement Policies

Replaceable Parts and Replacement Policies

This section describes the parts replacement list and replacement policies.

When replacing faulty hardware in the OceanStor 9000, observe the following principles:
  • When replacing components of the storage node, perform the operations outlined in this document, and recover services by referring to related alarms and performing operations in the OceanStor 9000 Troubleshooting Guide.
  • When replacing switches and other components, remove and install the devices by performing the operations outlined in delivery-attached manuals and recover services.
  • The new hard disk must be obtained from the Huawei or Huawei authorized agent.
Table 1-1 lists the replaceable components and replacement policies of the OceanStor 9000.
Table 1-1  List of replaceable parts and replacement policies

Hardware Model

Replaceable Component

Replacement Policy

Storage node (P12E, P25E, P36E, or C36E)

Service disk module

Support for hot swap.

The allowed maximum number of faulty service disks is related to redundancy ratio settings. To prevent data loss, replace faulty service disks as soon as possible.

System disk module

Support for hot swap.

RAID 1 has been configured for system disks. Replacing one disk has no impacts on system running.

When one system disk is faulty, replace it as soon as possible.

Power module

Support for hot swap.

Two power modules are configured by default. Replacing one power module has no impacts on system running.

When one power module is faulty, replace it as soon as possible.

Fan module

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

PSU backplane

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

Service disk backplane

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

System disk backplane

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

PSU backplane

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

Left and right mounting ears

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

DIMM

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

CPU

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

NVDIMM

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

Li&Mn battery

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

Supercapacitor

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

RAID Controller Card

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

Riser Card

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

PCIe Card

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

NIC

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

Integrated system

NOTE:

Replace the storage node if its mainboard becomes faulty.

The server needs to be powered off before replacement.

The maximum number of faulty nodes is related to redundancy ratio settings. To prevent data loss, replace faulty storage nodes as soon as possible.

Storage node (P12, P25, P36, or C36)

Service disk module

Support for hot swap.

The maximum number of faulty service disks is related to redundancy ratio settings. To prevent data loss, replace faulty service disks as soon as possible.

System disk module

Support for hot swap.

RAID 1 has been configured for system disks. Replacing one disk has no impacts on system running.

When one system disk is faulty, replace it as soon as possible.

Power module

Support for hot swap.

Two power modules are configured by default. Replacing one power module has no impacts on system running.

When one power module is faulty, replace it as soon as possible.

Main control board enclosure

NOTE:

Replace the main control board enclosure if its CPU or mainboard becomes faulty.

The server needs to be powered off before replacement. Replace the faulty main control board enclosure as soon as possible.

Memory module

The server needs to be powered off and the main control board enclosure needs to be removed before replacement. Replace the faulty memory module as soon as possible.

NVDIMM module

The server needs to be powered off and the main control board enclosure needs to be removed before replacement. Replace the faulty NVDIMM module as soon as possible.

Service disk backplane

The server needs to be powered off and the main control board enclosure needs to be removed before replacement. Replace the faulty service disk backplane as soon as possible.

Network adapter

The server needs to be powered off and the main control board enclosure needs to be removed before replacement. Replace the faulty network adapter as soon as possible.

Fan module

The server needs to be powered off and the main control board enclosure needs to be removed before replacement. Replace the faulty fan module as soon as possible.

Integrated system

The server needs to be powered off before replacement.

The allowed maximum number of faulty nodes is related to redundancy ratio settings. To prevent data loss, replace the faulty storage node as soon as possible.

Storage node (C72)

Disk Module

Support for hot swap.

Expansion Module

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

Power Module

Support for hot swap.

CBU Module

Support for hot swap.

Fan Module

Support for hot swap.

Controller Module

NOTE:

Replace the controller module if its CPU, mainboard, or memory module becomes faulty.

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

Interface Module

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

System Enclosure

Needs to be powered off before replacement.

GE switch

Integrated system

The switch needs to be powered off before replacement.

When the OceanStor 9000 management network only has one switch, replacing the switch will affect device maintenance and remote management.

To learn how to install the switch, see Installing Components in a Cabinet > Installing a GE Switch in the OceanStor 9000 Hardware Installation Guide.

To learn how to configure the switch, see Configuring Switches on a 10GE Network and Configuring Switches on an IB Network in OceanStor 9000 Software Installation Guide.

10GE switch

Integrated system

The switch needs to be powered off before replacement.

When switches are stacked, replacing a switch will not affect service running. For Detail, see Replacing a Back-end 10GE Switch.

To learn how to configure the switch, see Configuring Switches on a 10GE Network in the OceanStor 9000 Software Installation Guide.

InfiniBand switch

Integrated system

The switch needs to be powered off before replacement.

When switches are interconnected, replacing a switch will not affect service running.

See Installing Components in a Cabinet > Installing an IB Switch in the OceanStor 9000 Hardware Installation Guide to learn how to install the switch.

To learn how to configure the switch, see Configuring Switches on an IB Network in the OceanStor 9000 Software Installation Guide.

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