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FusionServer G5500 Server G560 V5 Compute Node Maintenance and Service Guide 03

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Installing a 2.5-inch Drive

Installing a 2.5-inch Drive

The G560 V5 supports a maximum of two 2.5-inch SAS/SATA drives and six 2.5-inch SAS/SATA/NVMe SSDs.

NOTE:

You do not need to power off the G560 V5 before installing a drive.

Procedure

  1. Determine the location for installing the drive. Figure 5-40 shows the locations of SAS/SATA drives and NVMe SSDs.

    Figure 5-40 Locations of SAS/SATA drives and NVMe SSDs

    NOTE:

    To ensure optimal access performance, install NVMe SSDs in sequence from slots 4, 7, 5, 8, 6, to 9.

  2. Take a spare drive out of its ESD bag.
  3. Open the ejector lever completely and insert the drive into the slot until it cannot move forward. See (1) in Figure 5-41.

    Figure 5-41 Installing a drive

  4. Close the ejector lever. See (2) in Figure 5-41.
  5. Check whether the drive is installed successfully by observing the drive indicator status. For details, see Front Panel Indicators and Buttons.
  6. Configure the drive based on the actual situation. The following is only for reference:

    • If the original drive is not in the RAID array, the new drive becomes idle. You are advised to set the new drive as a global or dedicated hot spare drive. The procedure ends.
    • If the original RAID array (for example, RAID 0) does not support redundancy, reconfigure RAID. The procedure ends.
    • If the original RAID array is redundant and has a hot spare drive, the new drive becomes idle. You are advised to set the new drive as a global or dedicated hot spare drive. The procedure ends.
    • If the original RAID array is redundant but does not have a hot spare drive, data is automatically rebuilt to the new drive. The procedure ends.

    For details, see the Huawei V5 Server RAID Controller Card User Guide.

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Updated: 2018-12-14

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