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OceanStor 9000 V300R006C20 Hardware Installation Guide 05

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P36E

P36E

This section describes the function, exterior, ports, indicators, physical structure, and technical specifications of a P36E.

Function

A P36E node is the Huawei new-generation 4 U dual-socket or single-socket rack server that adopts efficient design to ensure excellent computing performance as well as flexible and large-capacity local storage. It is suitable for storage-intensive applications, such as cold data storage, video surveillance, cloud storage, and Big Data applications, and is widely applied in media, financing, public security, and other industries.

Exterior

Device

Figure 15-63 shows the exterior of a P36E.
Figure 15-63  Exterior of a node

Front View

Figure 15-64 shows the front panel of a P36E.
Figure 15-64  Front panel of a P36E

1

Network port link indicator

2

USB 2.0 port

3

Disk Fault indicator

4

Disk Active indicator

5

Service disk

6

Fault diagnosis LED

7

Health status indicator

8

UID button/indicator

9

Power button/indicator

10

Label, including the ESN label

The front panel of a P36E provides 24 service disk slots numbered from 0 to 23 from top to bottom and from left to right, as shown in Figure 15-65.
Figure 15-65  Disk slots on the front panel of a P36E

Rear View

Figure 15-66 shows the rear view of a P36E node.
NOTE:

This section uses the 2-port TOE 10 GE card as an example.

Figure 15-66  Rear panel of a P36E

1

System disk

2

Disk Fault indicator

3

Disk Active indicator

4

I/O module

5

Power module port

6

Power module indicator

7

Power module

8

Serial port

9

VGA port

10

Management network port

11

USB 3.0 port

12

UID indicator

13

PCIe slot

14

Link indicator

15

Data transfer indicator

16

Service network port

17

Service disk

-

-

The rear panel of a P36E provides 12 service disk slots numbered from 24 to 35 from top to bottom and from left to right, as shown in Figure 15-67.
Figure 15-67  Disk slots on the rear panel of a P36E

Ports

Table 15-11 and Table 15-12 show ports provided by a P36E.
Table 15-11  Ports on the front panel

Name

Type

Quantity

Description

USB port

USB 2.0

2

The USB port is connected to a USB device.

NOTICE:

Before connecting to an external USB device, check that the USB device operates properly. A node may operate abnormally if it is connected to an abnormal USB device.

Table 15-12  Ports on the rear panel

Port

Type

Quantity

Description

VGA port

DB15

1

The VGA port is used to connect a terminal, such as a monitor.

USB port

USB3.0

2

The USB port is connected to a USB device.

NOTICE:

Before connecting to an external USB device, check that the USB device operates properly. A node may operate abnormally if it is connected to an abnormal USB device.

Management network port (Mgmt)

Ethernet port

1

The 1000 Mbit/s Ethernet port is used to manage the node.

Serial port

DB9

1

A three-pin serial port (that contains only the PIN2 RX, PIN3 TX, and PIN5 GND signals in the DB9 connector, no signals in other pins). The default baud rate is 115200 bit/s.

The serial port is used as the system serial port by default. You can set it to the iMana 200 serial port by using the iMana 200 command. The port is used for debugging.

Network port

-

-

The port types and quantity vary according to the configured NIC.

Indicators

You can initially identify the current operating status of a P36E node by observing its indicators.

Table 15-13 shows the indicators and buttons on the front panel of a P36E node.
Table 15-13  Indicators and buttons on the front panel

Identifier

Description

Details

Fault diagnosis LED

Health indicator

  • Steady green: The node is operating properly.

  • Blinking red at 1 Hz: A major alarm is generated.

  • Blinking red at 5 Hz: A critical alarm is generated.

UID button/indicator

The UID button/indicator helps identify and locate a node in a chassis. You can turn on or off the UID indicator by pressing the UID button or remotely running a command on the CLI.

  • Off: The node is not located.
  • Steady blue: The node is located.
NOTE:
To reset the iBMC, hold down the UID button for 4 to 6 seconds.

Power button/indicator

  • Off: The node is not powered on.

  • Blinking yellow: iBMC is being started.

  • Steady yellow: The system is in the standby state.

  • Steady green: The system is properly powered on.

NOTE:
Press and hold down the power button for 6 seconds to power off the node.

-

Hard disk fault indicator

  • Off: The hard disk is operating properly or hard disks cannot be detected in the RAID group.
  • Blinking yellow: The hard disk is located, or rebuilding RAID.
  • Steady yellow: The hard disk is not detected or the hard disk is faulty.

-

Hard disk activity indicator

  • Off: The hard disk is not detected or is faulty.
  • Blinking green: Data is being read from or written to the hard disk, or synchronized between hard disks.
  • Steady green: The hard disk is inactive.

Network port link status indicators

Each indicator shows the status of an Ethernet port on the NIC.
  • Off: The port is not in use or has failed.
  • Steady green: The port is properly connected.

Table 15-14 shows the indicators and buttons on the rear panel of a P36E.

Table 15-14  Indicators on the rear panel

Indicator

State

Management network port

Data transmission status indicator

  • Blinking orange: Data is being transmitted.

  • Off: No data is being transmitted.

Connection status indicator

  • Steady green: The port is properly connected.

  • Off: The port is not in use.

UID indicator

  • Steady blue: The node is located.
  • Off: The node is not located.

Power module indicator

  • Steady green: Both the active output and the standby output are normal.
  • Off: There is no AC power input; the input overvoltage or undervoltage occurs and the power module is not detected; the power module is abnormal.

Disk Active indicator

  • Blinking green: Data is being read from, written to the disk, or synchronized between disks.

  • Steady green: The disk is inactive.

  • Off: The disk is not detected or is faulty.

Disk Fault indicator

  • Off: The disk is operating properly or disks cannot be detected in the RAID group.

  • Blinking yellow: The disk is being located, or rebuilding RAID.

  • Steady yellow: The disk is not detected or is faulty.

NOTE:
If the indicator is steady yellow, run the show command to check the RAID status to identify whether the RAID array status is abnormal or whether the disk is faulty. For details about command description, see HUAWEI Server RAID Controller Card User Guide.

Physical Structure

Figure 15-68 shows the basic structure of a P36E.
Figure 15-68  Basic structure of a P36E

1

System disk

2

I/O module

3

Power module

4

NIC

5

PCIe card

6

RAID controller card

7

DIMM

8

CPU radiator

9

CPU

10

Mainboard

11

Power backplane

12

Service disk

13

Service disk backplane

14

Subrack

15

Air director

16

Fan module

17

Service disk backplane

-

-

Technical Specifications

Table 15-15 lists the technical specifications of a P36E.
Table 15-15  Technical specifications of a P36E

Category

Item

Specifications

Physical specifications

Dimensions (H x W x D)

175 mm x 447 mm x 748 mm, 4 U (1 U = 44.45 mm)

Weight

  • Net weight: 57 kg
  • Weight of packing materials: 15 kg

Environmental specifications

Operating temperature

5°C to 35°C

Operating humidity

20% RH to 80% RH

Power supply specifications

220 V AC and 240 V high-voltage direct current (adaptive)

  • AC module: 100 V to 240 V
  • DC module: 192 V to 288 V

Power consumption specifications

Maximum power consumption

837 W

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