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FusionStorage 8.0.0 Block Storage Parts Replacement 05

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Indicators and Buttons of a TaiShan 5280 V2 36-Slot Node

Indicators and Buttons of a TaiShan 5280 V2 36-Slot Node

Indicators and Buttons on the Front Panel

Figure 27-76 Indicators and buttons on the front panel
Table 27-75 Indicators and buttons on the front panel

1

UID button/indicator

2

Health indicator

3

Power button/indicator

4

Fault diagnosis LED

5

Flexible NIC indicators (1 and 2)

6

SAS or SATA disk activity indicator

7

SAS or SATA disk fault indicator

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Table 27-76 Indicators and buttons on the front panel

Silk Screen

Indicator/Button

State Description

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 TaiShan 5280 V2 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 iBMC CLI.

UID indicator:

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

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SAS or SATA disk fault indicator

  • Off: The disk is operating properly.
  • Blinking yellow: The disk is located or rebuilding RAID.
  • Steady yellow: The disk is faulty, or the RAID group to which the disk belongs is abnormal.

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SAS or SATA disk activity indicator

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

Flexible NIC indicators (1 and 2)

1 and 2: indicate two flexible NICs.

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

Indicators on the Rear Panel

Figure 27-77 Indicators on the rear panel
Table 27-77 Indicators on the rear panel

1

SAS or SATA disk activity indicator

2

SAS or SATA disk fault indicator

3

NVMe SSD green indicator

4

NVMe SSD yellow indicator

5

PSU indicator

6

UID indicator

7

Management network port link status indicator

8

Management network port data transmission status indicator

9

GE electrical port link status indicator

10

GE electrical port data transmission status indicator

Table 27-78 Indicators on the rear panel

Indicator

State Description

SAS or SATA disk fault indicator

  • Off: The disk is operating properly.
  • Blinking yellow: The disk is located or rebuilding RAID.
  • Steady yellow: The disk is faulty, or the RAID group to which the disk belongs is abnormal.

SAS or SATA disk activity indicator

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

PSU indicator

  • Steady green: Both the active output and the standby 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 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.

UID indicator

The UID indicator helps identify and locate a node.

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

GE electrical port or management network port

Data transmission status indicator

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

Link status indicator

  • Steady green: The network port is properly connected.
  • Off: The network port is not connected.
Table 27-79 NVMe SSD indicators

Green Indicator

Yellow Indicator

State Description

Off

Off

The NVMe SSD cannot be detected.

Steady green

Off

The NVMe SSD is detected and working properly.

Blinking green at 2 Hz

Off

Data is being read from or written to the NVMe SSD.

Off

Blinking yellow at 2 Hz

The NVMe SSD is being located or hot-swapped.

Off

Blinking yellow at 0.5 Hz

The NVMe SSD completes the hot removal process and is removable.

Steady green or off

Steady yellow

The NVMe SSD is faulty.

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