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FusionServer Pro XH628 V5 Server Node V100R005 Maintenance and Service Guide 03

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Removing a Drive from the Drive Drawer

Removing a Drive from the Drive Drawer

The drive drawer can hold twelve 2.5- or 3.5-inch SAS/SATA drives. The methods for removing the drives are the same.

NOTE:
  • The SATA or SAS drives support hot swap.
    • If the drive to be removed has no operating system installed, you can remove it without powering off the server.
    • If the drive to be removed has the operating system installed and belongs to a RAID array with redundancy, you can remove it without powering off the server.
    • If the drive to be removed has the operating system installed but it is not in a RAID array or it is in a RAID array without redundancy (for example, RAID 0), power off the server before removing it.
  • The SAS/SATA drives support RAID configuration.
    • If the drive to be removed is not in a RAID array or is in a RAID array without redundancy (for example, RAID 0), back up the data on the drive before removing it.
    • If the drive to be removed is in a RAID array with redundancy, you do not need to back up data before removing it.

Procedure

  1. Determine the position and slot of the drive.

    For details, see Drive Configurations and Drive Numbering.

    Figure 4-2 Drive positions and slot numbers

  2. Check the running status of the drive by observing its indicators.

    For details, see Drive Drawer Indicators.

  3. Determine whether the drive needs to be removed.

    • If yes, go to 4.
    • If no, rectify the drive fault.

  4. Remove the drive from the drawer.

    1. Push the latch on the drive drawer enclosure as far as it will go. See (1) in Figure 4-3.
    2. Hold the handle of the drive drawer and slowly pull it out. See (2) in Figure 4-3.

      Do not exert excessive force on the drive drawer when removing or installing it. Otherwise, the drives may be damaged.

    3. Holding the handle of the drive to be removed, remove the drive from the slot. See (3) in Figure 4-3.
      Figure 4-3 Removing a drive drawer

  5. Place the removed component in an ESD bag.
  6. Install a drive filler.

    NOTE:

    Perform this operation only when a drive is not installed immediately.

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Updated: 2019-08-12

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