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FusionStorage 8.0.0 Block Storage Hardware Installation Guide 05

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2288H V5 12-Slot Node

2288H V5 12-Slot Node

This section describes the function, appearance, ports, indicators, physical structure, and technical specifications of a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Function

Huawei 2288H V5 12-slot node is a 2 U dual-socket rack server developed for Internet, Internet data center (IDC), cloud computing, enterprise, and telecom service applications. The node is ideal for IT core services, cloud computing virtualization, high-performance computing, distributed storage, big data processing, enterprise and telecom service applications, and other complex workloads. It combines low power consumption with high scalability and reliability, and easy deployment and management.

Appearance

Entire device

Figure A-1 shows the appearance of a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Figure A-1 Appearance

Front view

Figure A-2 shows the front panel of a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Figure A-2 Front panel

1

Fault diagnosis LED

2

Health indicator

3

UID button/indicator

4

Power button/indicator

5

Label, including the equipment serial number (ESN) label

6

Service disk

7

Disk fault indicator

8

Disk activity indicator

9

USB 2.0 port

10

Network port link status indicators (numbered 1 to 4 from top to bottom)

The front panel of a 2288H V5 12-slot node provides 12 service disk slots numbered 0 to 11 from top to bottom and from left to right, as shown in Figure A-3.

Figure A-3 Disk slots on the front panel of a 2288H V5 12-slot node

Rear view

Figure A-4 shows the rear panel of a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Figure A-4 Rear panel

1

I/O module 1

2

Data transmission status indicator

3

Link status indicator

4

I/O module 2

5

I/O module 3

6

Power supply unit (PSU) 2 (PSU also called power module)

7

PSU sockets

8

PSU indicator

9

PSU 1

10

Flexible NIC (optional)

11

USB 3.0 ports

12

UID indicator

13

Serial port

14

Management network port

15

GE electrical ports

16

VGA port

17

Transmission rate indicator

18

10GE optical ports

19

Link status indicator/Data transmission status indicator

-

-

Ports

Table A-1 and Table A-2 show ports provided by a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Table A-1 Ports on the front panel

Port

Type

Quantity

Description

USB port

USB 2.0

2

Connects to a USB device.

NOTICE:

Before connecting to a USB device, ensure that the USB device operates properly. A node may operate abnormally if it is connected to a faulty USB device.

Table A-2 Ports on the rear panel

Port

Type

Quantity

Description

PSU socket

-

2

Connects to a power supply.

10GE electrical port

10G BASE-T

2

The mainboard provides two 10GE optical ports or two 10GE electrical ports.

NOTE:
  • 10GE optical ports do not support 10 Mbit/s, 100 Mbit/s, or 1000 Mbit/s networks.
  • 10GE electrical ports do not support 10 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s networks, but support auto-negotiation to 1000 Mbit/s.

10GE optical port

10G SFP+

2

GE electrical port

1000BASE-T

2

Functions as a service network port.

NOTE:

This port does not support forcible rates or 10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s networks.

USB port

USB 3.0

2

Connects to a USB device.

NOTICE:

Before connecting to a USB device, ensure that the USB device operates properly. A node may operate abnormally if it is connected to a faulty USB device.

Management network port

GE BASE-T

1

Functions as a 1000 Mbit/s Ethernet port, used for node management.

VGA port

DB15

1

Connects to a terminal, such as a monitor or KVM.

Serial port

RJ45

1

Functions as the system serial port by default. You can set it as the iBMC serial port by using the iBMC command. This port is used for debugging.

Indicators

You can initially determine the operating status of a 2288H V5 12-slot node by observing its indicators.

Table A-3 shows the indicators and buttons on the front panel of a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Table A-3 Indicators and buttons on the front panel

Silk Screen

Description

Status

Fault diagnosis LED

  • ---: The node is operating properly.
  • Error code: A fault occurs in node hardware.
  • For details about error codes, see Rack Server iBMC Alarm Handling. Obtain the document as follows:

    Log in to https://support.huawei.com/enterprise, enter server model 2288H V5 in the search box, and click the associated path that is displayed. The corresponding product page is displayed. Click Documentation, and search for and download the document of the desired version.

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 CLI.

UID indicator:

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

UID button:

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

Power button/indicator

Power indicator:

  • Steady yellow: The node is ready to power on.
  • Steady green: The node is properly powered on.
  • Blinking yellow: 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, you can hold down the button for 6 seconds to forcibly power it off.
  • When the node is ready to power on, you can press this button to power it on.

NMI button

The NMI button triggers a node to generate a non-maskable interrupt (NMI). To generate an NMI, press this button or click the button on the iBMC WebUI.

NOTE:
  • The NMI button is used when the OS cannot be used. Do not use this button when the node is running properly.
  • The NMI button is used only for internal commissioning. When using the NMI button, ensure that there is a corresponding NMI interruption processing program in the OS. Otherwise, the system may break down. Use the button with caution.

Network port link status indicator

Each indicator shows the status of an Ethernet LAN on motherboard (LOM) port.

  • Steady green: The network port is properly connected.
  • Off: The network port is not in use or has failed.
NOTE:

The indicators show the status of the two 10GE and two GE LOM ports.

Table A-4 shows the indicators and buttons on the rear panel of a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Table A-4 Indicators on the rear panel

Indicator

Status

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 is not connected.

Link status indicator/Data transmission status indicator

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

10GE optical port

Transmission rate indicator

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

Link status indicator/Data transmission status indicator

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

GE electrical port

Link status indicator

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

Physical Structure

Figure A-5 shows components of a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Figure A-5 Components

1

I/O module 1

2

I/O module 2

3

PSU

4

I/O module 3

5

Chassis

6

Supercapacitor tray

7

Air duct

8

Front disk backplane

9

Fan module bracket

10

Fan module

11

Front disks

12

Mainboard

13

RAID controller card

14

DIMM

15

CPU

16

Heat sink

Technical Specifications

Table A-5 lists the technical specifications of a 2288H V5 12-slot node.

Table A-5 Technical specifications

Item

Specifications

Dimensions (H x W x D)

86.1 mm (2 U) x 447 mm x 748 mm

Weight in full configuration

  • Net weight: 34.1 kg
  • Packaging weight: 5 kg

Power supply specifications

  • AC: 100 V AC to 240 V AC (50 Hz or 60 Hz)
  • 240 V high-voltage DC: 192 V DC to 288 V DC

Maximum power consumption

962 W

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