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OceanStor 9000 V300R006C10 Parts Replacement 06

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Indicator Status of a C72

Indicator Status of a C72

This section describes the function, appearance, ports, indicators, physical structure, and technical specifications of C72.

Exterior

Device

Figure 9-23 shows the C72 overall appearance.

Figure 9-23  C72 overall appearance

Front view

Figure 9-24 shows the front view of C72.

Figure 9-24  C72 front view

1

Enclosure ID

2

Location indicator

3

Alarm indicator

4

Running indicator

5

Overtemperature alarm indicator

6

Disk alarm indicator

7

Rear FRU alarm indicator

-

-

Rear view

Figure 9-25 shows the rear view of C72.

Figure 9-25  C72 rear view

1

Power module

2

Fan module

3

CBU module

4

Fan module

5

Power module

6

Controller module (right: A, left: B)

7

10GE network port ACT indicator

8

10GE network port LINK indicator

9

10GE SFP+ Ethernet optical port

10

Serial port

11

USB port

12

Controller module power button

13

GE network port

14

Controller module running/alarm indicator

15

Controller module location indicator

-

-

Top view

Figure 9-26 shows the top view of C72.

Figure 9-26  C72 top view

1

E7 and C7: expansion module

D7: reserved slot

2

Expansion module power indicator

3

Expansion module alarm indicator

4

Disk module (A0 to E14)

5

Disk module status indicator

-

-

Indicator

You can initially determine the current operating status of C72 by observing indicators. C72Table 9-10 describes indicators on C72.
Table 9-10  Indicator description

Indicator Location

Indicator Type

Color

Status

Description

Front panel of the chassis

Location indicator

Blue

Blinking blue

The device is being locateda.

-

Off

The device is not detected.

Alarm indicator

Red

On

The device is faulty.

-

Off

The device is working correctly.

Running indicator

Green

On

The system is powered on.

-

Off

The system is powered off.

Overtemperature alarm indicator

Red

On

The operating temperature is overhigh.

-

Off

The operating temperature is normal.

Disk alarm indicator

Red

On

The disk is faulty.

-

Off

The disk is working correctly.

Rear FRU alarm indicator

Red

On

FRUs, such as power modules, fan modules, CBUs, expansion modules, or controller modules, are faulty.

-

Off

The FRU is working correctly.

Power module

Power module running/alarm indicator

Green

On

The power module is working properly.

-

Off

The power module is faulty or no external power is input.

Fan module

Fan module running/alarm indicator

Green

On

The fan module is working correctly.

Red

On

The fan module is faulty or internal power output is faulty.

-

Off

The fan module is not powered on.

CBU module

CBU module running indicator

Green

On

The CBU module is fully charged.

Green

4 Hz blinking

The CBU module is being discharged.

Green

1 Hz blinking

The CBU module is being charged.

Red

On

The CBU module is faulty.

-

Off

The CBU module is not working.

Controller module

Controller module location indicator

Blue

On

The controller module is being locateda.

-

Off

The controller module is not detected.

Control module running/alarm indicator

Green

On

The controller module is powered on.

Green

Blinking

Do not power off the device when the controller module is in the BIOS boot process or storing data. Remove the controller module after the indicator is off.

Red

On

The controller module is faulty.

-

Off

The controller module is powered off.

Expansion module

Expansion module power indicator

Green

On

All power supplies of the expansion module are working correctly.

-

Off

The expansion module is powered off.

Expansion module alarm indicator

Red

On

The expansion module is faulty.

-

Off

The expansion module is working correctly.

GE network port indicator

Rate indicator

Amber

On

The data transfer rate between the device and a switch is 1000 Mbit/s.

-

Off

The data transfer rate between the device and a switch is 100 Mbit/s or 10 Mbit/s.

LINK/ACT indicator

Green

On

No data is being transferred.

Green

Blinking

Data is being transferred.

-

Off

The link to the GE network port is down.

Disk module

Disk module status indicator

Green

On

The disk module is working correctly.

Green

Blinking

Data is being read from and written to the disk module.

Blue

Blinking

The disk module is being located.

Red

On

The disk module is faulty.

-

Off

The disk module is power off or powered on incorrectly.

Enclosure rear panel – Interface module

GE network port LINK indicator

Amber

On

The link to the GE network port is up.

-

Off

The link to the GE network port is down.

GE network port ACT indicator

Yellow

On

No data is being transferred.

Yellow

Blinking

Data is being transferred.

-

Off

The link to the GE network port is down.

10GE network port LINK indicator

Green

On

The link to the 10GE network port is up.

-

Off

The link to the 10GE network port is down.

10GE network port ACT indicator

Amber

On

No data is being transferred.

Amber

Blinking

Data is being transferred.

-

Off

The link to the 10GE network port is down.

a: A command is delivered through the management system to locate the faulty component.

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