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Installation Guide

OceanStor 5000, 5000F, 6000, and 6000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 5110 V5, 5110F V5, 5300 V5, 5300F V5, 5500 V5, 5500F V5, 5600 V5, 5600F V5, 5800 V5, 5800F V5, 6800 V5, and 6800F V5 storage systems. It describes hardware installation of those storage systems for helping you easily and quickly finish the installation.
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Checking the Hardware Installation

Checking the Hardware Installation

Check the hardware installation after all devices are installed and all cables are routed to ensure proper operation.

Procedure

  1. Check the overall operating status of the storage system.

    Table 7-1 lists the check items for device installation.

    Table 7-1 Device installation checklist

    Item

    Normal

    Abnormal

    • Controller enclosure
    • Disk enclosure
    • High-density disk enclosure
    • Stably installed on the guide rails without displacement.
    • Tightly screwed.
    • Use Huawei-certified disk modules that match the product model for controller enclosures and disk enclosures.
    • Ensure that all coffer disk slots have disks (slots 0 to 3).
    • The type of the four coffer disks must be the same.
    • If disk modules of disk enclosures and 2 U controller enclosures are not fully configured, ensure that the vacant slots have been equipped with filler panels.
    • If interface modules of disk enclosures and controller enclosures are not fully configured, ensure that the vacant slots have been equipped with filler panels.
    • Devices are slanted.
    • The screws are loose or lost.
    • Disk modules for controller enclosures or disk enclosures do not pass Huawei certification and do not match the product model.
    • Coffer disk slots do not have disks.
    • The type of the four coffer disks is not the same.
    • The vacant disk module slots of disk enclosures and 2 U controller enclosures have not been equipped with filler panels.
    • The vacant interface module slots of disk enclosures and controller enclosures have not been equipped with filler panels.

    Filler panel

    The vacant slots in the cabinet are covered with filler panels.

    The vacant slots in the cabinet are not covered with filler panels.

    Overall effect

    • All devices are stably installed without displacement.
    • All devices are tightly screwed.
    • One or more devices are displaced.
    • One or more devices are slanted.
    • Screws that fix one or more devices are loose or lost.

  2. Check the cable routing.

    Table 7-2 describes the check items for cable routing.

    Table 7-2 Cable routing checklist

    No.

    Item

    1

    The labels of the cables are properly pasted.

    2

    All cables are arranged smoothly, with no roundabout twists and turns.

    3

    Cables shall be secured on the beam of the cable ladder.

    4

    The trough is needed for cabling outside the cabinet. Do not make the cables overflow the trough.

    5

    The radius of the routed optical fibers must be greater than or equal to 50 mm.

    6

    The power cable and the ground cable are bent smoothly.

    7

    The power cable and the ground cable are connected correctly and firmly.

    8

    The ground cable of the cabinet door should be connected correctly and reliably.

    9

    The diameters of the power cable and the ground cable meet the power distribution requirements.

    10

    The external power cable and ground cable are arranged separately from signal cables, with a space of larger than 30 mm.

    11

    If there are many cables, they should be bound neatly in rectangle shape (or in circular shape for single-core cables).

    12

    Bend the cables in a radius (larger than 60 mm) as large as possible. The cables cannot be bound where they are bent.

    13

    The fiber should not be routed by force or bent unnaturally. The fibers should not be compressed by other cables after fiber routing.

    14

    When the power cable or ground cable is connected to an OT terminal onsite, solder or firm it.

    15

    Use protection tubes or insulating adhesive plasters to wrap power cables, naked cables, and OT terminal stems. There should be no bare copper wires in OT terminals. Spring washers and flat washers should be installed properly.

    16

    Properly ground all cabinets and enclosures with metal or partially metal shells.

    17

    All cables are properly bound. The space between the cable ties is even, and the remaining parts of the cable ties are cut off neatly. All cable ties face the same direction. The overall appearance is neat.

    18

    The DC power cables are blue and black, whereas the ground cable is olive or yellow.

    19

    Power cables and ground cables use the entire copper core and contain no joint.

    20

    Power cables and ground cables should be labeled neatly toward the same direction for convenient view.

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Updated: 2019-07-11

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