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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0 Parts Replacement 05

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Indicators of a P12X/P25X

Indicators of a P12X/P25X

Observe and record the indicator status. Identify the faulty hardware module based on the indicator status.

Front view

Figure 11-28 shows the front panel of a P12X.

Figure 11-28  Front panel of a P12X

1

LOM port connection status indicators (1 to 4 from top to down)

2

Fault diagnosis LED

3

Health indicator

4

UID button/indicator

5

Power button/indicator

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Figure 11-29 shows the front panel of a P25X.

Figure 11-29  Front panel of a P25X

1

LOM port connection status indicators (1 to 4 from top to down)

2

Fault diagnosis LED

3

Health indicator

4

UID button/indicator

5

Power button/indicator

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Rear view

Figure 11-30 shows the rear panel of a P12X/P25X.
Figure 11-30  Rear panel of a P12X/P25X

1

PSU indicator

2

UID indicator

3

Connection status indicator

4

Data transmission status indicator

5

Transmission rate indicator

6

Connection status indicator/Data transmission status indicator

Indicators

You can identify the current operating status by observing its indicators.

Table 11-18 describes the indicators and buttons on the front panel.
Table 11-18  Indicators and buttons on the front panel

Silkscreen

Indicator/Button

State Description

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. You can turn on or off the UID indicator by pressing the UID button or remotely running a command on the iBMC CLI.

UID indicator

  • Steady blue/Blinking blue: The node is being located.
  • Off: The node is not being located.

UID button

  • You can press this button to turn on or off the UID indicator.
  • You can press and hold down this button for 4 to 6 seconds to reset the iBMC.

Power button/indicator

Power indicator

  • Steady yellow: The node is ready to power on.
  • Steady green: The node is properly powered on.
  • Blinking yellow: The iBMC is starting.
  • Off: The node is not connected to a power source.

Power button

  • When the node is powered on, you can press this button to shut down the OS.
  • When the node is powered on, holding down this button for 6 seconds will force the node to power off.
  • When the node is ready to power on, you can press this button to start the node.

LOM port connection status indicator

Each indicator shows the status of an Ethernet port on the LOM.

  • Steady green: The network port is properly connected.
  • Off: The network port is not in use or has failed.
NOTE:
  • The indicators correspond to the two 10GE and two GE LOM ports.
  • As long as the external power cables are functional, power is still provided to the LOM after the service system is powered off. If the connection between a LOM port and other working network devices, the network port will remain connected and the indicator will not turn off.

Table 11-19 describes the indicators and buttons on the rear panel.

Table 11-19  Indicators on the rear panel

Indicator

State Description

10GE electrical port

Transmission rate indicator

  • Steady green: The data transmission rate is 10 Gbit/s.
  • Steady yellow: The data transmission rate is 1 Gbit/s.
  • Off: The network port is not connected.

Connection status indicator/Data transmission status indicator

  • Steady green: The network port is properly connected.
  • Blinking green: Data is being transmitted.
  • Off: The network port is not connected.

10GE optical port

Connection status indicator/Data transmission status indicator

  • Steady green: The network port is properly connected.
  • Blinking green: Data is being transmitted.
  • Off: The network port is not connected.

Transmission rate indicator

  • Steady green: The data transmission rate is 10 Gbit/s.
  • Steady yellow: The data transmission rate is lower than 10 Gbit/s.
  • Off: The network port is not connected.

GE electrical port

Connection status indicator

  • Steady green: The network port is properly connected.
  • Off: The network port is not connected.

Data transmission status indicator

  • Blinking yellow: Data is being transmitted.
  • Off: No data is being transmitted.

UID indicator

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

  • Steady blue/Blinking blue: The node is being located.
  • Off: The node is not being located.

PSU indicator

  • Steady green: The power input and output are normal.
  • Steady orange: The input is normal, but no power output is supplied due to overheat protection, overcurrent protection, short circuit protection, output overvoltage protection, or some component failures.
  • Blinking green at 1 Hz:
    • The input is normal, the node is standby, and the PSU is in MV6 mode. (The output voltage is 6.7 V.)
    • The input is overvoltage or undervoltage.
    • The PSU is in deep hibernation mode.
  • Blinking green at 4 Hz: under online firmware upgrade.
  • Off: No AC power is supplied.
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