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Things to Know Drive Trays with the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

86 Things to Know E2660 Drive Tray Cabling Configurations Duplex System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Procedure Connecting the DE6600 Drive Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Step 8 - Connecting the Ethernet Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Key Terms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 9 in-band management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 out-of-band management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Things to Know Connecting Ethernet Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Procedure Connecting Ethernet Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Step 9 - Connecting the Power Cords. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Things to Know AC Power Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Procedure Connecting AC Power Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Step 10 - Turning on the Power and Checking for Problems in a E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Procedure Turning On the Power to the Storage Array and Checking for Problems in a E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Things to Know LEDs on the E2612 and the E2624 Controller-Drive Tray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Things to Know LEDs on the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Things to Know General Behavior of the LEDs on the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Things to Know Service Action Allowed LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Things to Know LEDs on the DE1600 Drive Tray and the DE5600 Drive Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Things to Know LEDs on the DE6600 Drive Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 LEDs on the DE6600 Drive Drawers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 LEDs on the DE6600 Drives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 General Behavior of the LEDs on the Drive Trays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Things to Know Seven Segment Component Failure Identifications for the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 viii Table of Contents Things to Know Seven Segment Display Sequence Code Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Things to Know Lock-Down Codes for the Controller-Drive Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Things to Know Seven-Segment Display Use Cases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124

Things to Know Seven-Segment Display for the Drive Trays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Regulatory Compliance Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCC-1 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 1 Step 1 - Preparing for an E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Storage arrays for 6-Gb/s SAS drives consist of an E2600 controller-drive tray m odel and one or more drive trays in a cabinet. To access this product, go to the NetApp Support Site at support.neta pp.com. Note: Some software features described in this document might not be supported f or your NetApp E-Series storage system. For questions about supported features, contact technical support. Use this document to install one of the following E2600 controller-drive tray mo dels and all necessary drive trays for your configuration: ??E2612 controller-drive tray ??E2624 controller-drive tray ??E2660 controller-drive tray The following tables (Table 1 and Table 2 on page 2) show the various configurat ion options. Table 1 E2612 Controller-Drive Tray and E2624 Controller-Drive Tray Options E2600 Configurations Options Duplex (two controllers) E2612 controller-drive tray or E2624 controller-drive tray without a host interface card A maximum of 192 drives. Any combination of E2600 controller-drive trays attached to DE1600 drive trays or DE5600 drive trays, not to exceed a maximum of 192 drive slots or 8 total trays in the storage array. Two 6-Gb/s host connectors. Options of 1-GB, 2-GB, or 4-GB memory for cache offload to flash memory battery backup. Duplex E2612 controller-drive tray or E2624 controller-drive tray with a host interface card A maximum of 192 drives. Any combination of E2600 controller-drive trays attached to DE1600 drive trays or DE5600 drive trays, not to exceed a maximum of 192 drive slots or 8 total trays in the storage array. Two 6-Gb/s host connectors, in addition to one of the following host interface cards: ?? Two 6-Gb/s SAS connectors ?? Four 1-Gb/s iSCSI connectors ?? Two 10-Gb/s iSCI connectors ?? Four 8-Gb/s FC connectors Options of 1-GB, 2-GB, or 4-GB memory for cache offload to flash memory battery backup. 2 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Table 2 E2660 Controller-Drive Tray Options ATTENTIONPossible hardware damage To prevent electrostatic discharge damage to t he tray, use proper antistatic protection when handling tray components. Key Terms storage array A collection of both physical components and logical components for storing data

. Physical components include drives, controllers, fans, and power supplies. Logical components include disk p ools, volume groups, and volumes. These components are managed by the storage management software. controller-drive tray One tray with drives, one or two controllers, fans, and power supplies. The cont roller-drive tray provides the interface between a host and a storage array. controller A circuit board and firmware that is located within a controller tray or a contr oller-drive tray. A controller manages the input/output (I/O) between the host system and data volumes. E2660 Configurations Options Duplex (two controllers) E2660 controller-drive tray without a host interface card A maximum of 180 drives. A configuration of a single E2660 controller-drive tray attached to either one or two DE6600 drive trays, for a maximum of 180 drives in the storage array. Two 6-Gb/s host connectors. Options of 1-GB, 2-GB, or 4-GB memory for cache offload to flash memory battery backup. Duplex E2660 controller-drive tray with a host interface card A maximum of 180 drives in the storage array. A configuration of a single E2660 controller-drive tray attached to either one or two DE6600 drive trays, for a maximum of 180 drives in the storage array. Two 6-Gb/s host connectors, in addition to one of the following host interface cards: ?? Two 6-Gb/s SAS connectors ?? Four 1-Gb/s iSCSI connectors ?? Two 10-Gb/s iSCI connectors ?? Four 8-Gb/s FC connectors Options of 1-GB, 2-GB, or 4-GB memory for cache offload to flash memory battery backup. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 3 drive tray One tray with drives, one or two environmental services modules (ESMs), power su pplies, and fans. A drive tray does not contain controllers. environmental services module (ESM) A canister in the drive tray that monitors the status of the components. An ESM also serves as the connection point to transfer data between the drive tray and the controller. Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceiver A component that enables Fibre Channel duplex communication between storage arra y devices. SFP transceivers can be inserted into host bus adapters (HBAs), controllers, and environmental se rvices modules (ESMs). SFP transceivers can support either copper cables (the SFP transceiver is integrated with the cable) or fiber-optic cables (the SFP transceiver is a separate component from the fiber-optic cable). Gathering Items Before you start installing the controller-drive tray, you must have installed t he cabinet in which the controller-drive tray will be mounted.

Refer to the Storage System Site Preparation Guide for more information. This drive tray can be used only with either a E2612 controller-drive tray or a E2624 controller-drive tray. Mounting rails and screws The mounting rails that are available with the drive tray are designed for an industry-standard cabinet. The controller-drive tray and the drive trays ship with power cords for connecting to an external power source. Refer to the installation guide for your cabinet for instructions on installing the cabinet. Item Included with the Controller-Drive Tray Copper SAS cables .Use for all drive-side connections within the storage array. Fibre Channel switch (optional) SAS switch (optional) Gigabit Ethernet switch (optional) ?? Host with Fibre Channel host bus adapters (HBAs) (optional) ?? Host with iSCSI HBAs (optional) or a network interface card (optional) ?? Host with SAS HBAs (optional) Item Included with the Controller-Drive Tray or Drive Trays AC power cords. ?? Depending on the power supply limitations of your cabinet. you might need to install more than one cabinet to accommodate the different components of the E2600 storage array. Your cabinet might have special power cords that you use instead of the power cords that ship with the controller-drive tray and the drive trays. 4 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide E2600 Configuration Cables and Connectors Table 4 Cables and Connectors DE6600 drive tray (shown with the separately packaged mounting rails attached). This drive tray can be used only with either a E2612 controller-drive tray or a E2624 controller-drive tray. DE1600 drive tray with end caps that are packaged separately. Basic Hardware Table 3 Basic Hardware Item Included with the Controller-Drive Tray Cabinet ?? Make sure that your cabinet meets the installation site specifications of the various E2600 storage array components.Use the tables in this section to verify that you have all of the necessary item s to install the controller-drive tray. . This drive tray can be used only with a E2660 controller-drive tray. such as a wall plug. DE5600 drive tray with end caps that are packaged separately.

?? You must purchase only Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)-compliant SFP transceivers. Item Included with the Controller-Drive Tray or Drive Trays E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 7 Tools and Other Items Table 5 Tools and Other Items Item Included with the Tray Labels . see "Things to Know SFP Transceivers. If you install a drive tray. For the differences between the fiber-optic cables and the copper Fibre Channel (FC) cables. For the differences between the fiber-optic cables and the copper Fibre Channel cables. ?? Depending on your connection requirements. SAS cables The SAS cables connect the host to the controller-drive tray.Use for FC connections to the drive trays. you must use SAS cables to connect the controller-drive tray to the drive tray. see "Things to Know SFP Transceivers. You do not need to connect it during initial installation. Fiber-Optic Cables. ?? Depending on the configuration of your storage array. Item Included with the Controller-Drive Tray or Drive Trays 6 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Ethernet cable This cable is used for out-of-band storage array management and for 1-Gb/s iSCSI connections. ?? Four or eight SFP transceivers are included with the controller-drive tray. one for each of the host channel ports on the controllers. DB9-to-PS2 adapter cable This cable adapts the DB9 connector on commercially available serial cables to the PS2 connector on the controller. and SAS Cables" on page 8. Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers ?? The SFP transceivers connect fiber-optic cables to host ports and drive ports. For information about out-of-band storage array management. see the description for "Deciding on the Management Method" in Initial Configuration and Software Installation PDF. and SAS Cables" on page 8. Serial cable This cable is used for support only. Copper Cables. Fiber-Optic Cables. you might need to use 8-Gb/s Fibre Channel SFP transceivers. Copper Cables. you might need to purchase additional SFP transceivers (two SFP transceivers for each fiber-optic cable). Copper Fibre Channel cables (optional) Use these cables for connections within the storage array.Fiber-optic cables .

Passive SFP Transceiver Figure 4 SAS Cable Connection 1.com. either on the bottom lip or the right ear. SFP tra nsceivers and SAS cables with a SFF-8088 Connector. The differences do not affect the performance of the SFP transceivers. The encl osure serial number is located on two places on each enclosure: the large UL lab el attached to the top of an enclosure.SAS Cable 2.Copper Fibre Channel Cable 2. Fibre Channel (FC). refer to the Interopera bility Matrix at support. and iSCSI host conne ctions and SAS drive connections.Active SFP Transceiver 2. FC host connections can operate at 8 Gb/s or at a lower data rate. Ports for 8-Gb/s Fibre Channel host connections require SFP transceivers designed for this data rate. These SFP tran sceivers look similar to other SFP transceivers but are not compatible with other types of connections. Figure 1 Fiber-Optic Cable Connection 1.Help you to identify cable connections and lets you more easily trace cables from one tray to another A cart Holds the tray and components A mechanical lift (optional) A Phillips screwdriver A flat-blade screwdriver Anti-static protection A flashlight To obtain the latest hardware compatibility information. go to support. register you r E-Series storage system at support.netapp. 8 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Downloading SANtricity ES Storage Manager Version 10.netapp/NOW/products/interoperability.netapp. Fiber-Optic Cables.84 and related product docu mentation.Copper Cable with RJ-45 Connector E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 9 Figure 3 Copper Fibre Channel Cable Connection 1.84 To download SANtricity ES Storage Manager Version 10. copper cables.Fiber-Optic Cable Figure 2 1-Gb/s iSCSI Cable Connection 1. WARNING(W03) Risk of exposure to laser radiation Do not disassemble or remove an y part of a Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceiver because you might be e xposed to laser radiation. Use of any other component serial numbers (such as those for individual controllers or dri ve tray enclosures) will not enable correct registration for the array. NOTEYour SFP transceivers and cables might look slightly different from the ones shown. In both of these places.SFF-8088 Connector Registering your E-Series system Before you begin the installation. Things to Know SFP Transceivers. and SAS Cables The figures in this topic display the fiber-optic cables. t . and a silver label attached to the front of the enclosure. SFP transce ivers for 1-Gb/s iSCSI and 10-Gb/s iSCSI connections have a different physical interface for the cable and are not compatible with other types of connections. The controller-drive tray supports SAS.Active SFP Transceiver 2. Copper Cables.com using the serial number for the integrated controller-drive tray enclosure.

Host Link 2 Fault LED 12. To enable proper support regist ration.Host Interface Card Connector 2 5. you must first deactivate the Remote Volume Mirr oring (RVM) premium feature if it is activated.ESM Expansion Active LED 16. you must verify that you install the controllers in the controller-drive tray enclosure.Seven-Segment Display 3.Drive Canister Figure 7 E2612 or E2624 Duplex Configuration Rear View 1.Host Interface Card Connector 1 4.Base Host SFF-8088 Connector 1 12 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 14.ESM Expansion Fault LED 15. your system loses data access and data loss might occur.End Cap Service Action Required LED 5.Host SFF-8088 Connector 2 (Native) 11.Drive Canister E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 11 Figure 6 E2624 Controller-Drive Tray Front View 1.End Cap Over-Temperature LED 4.End Cap Standby Power LED 2.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector ." If your storage array includes drive trays as well as a controller-drive tray.Controller A Canister 2. ??The top of the controller-drive tray is the side with labels. (Controller drive-tray enclosures do not include a QS designator in their part num bers. ??The configuration of the host ports might appear different on your system depe nding on which host interface card configuration is installed. If you do not deactivate RVM bef ore removing the Fibre Channel HICs. Figure 5 E2612 Controller-Drive Tray Front View 1. NOTEiSCSI host ports do not support the Data Assurance (DA) premium feature.Host Link 2 Active LED 13.End Cap Locate LED 6.Serial Connector 6. so you must refer to the enclosure part numbers in your Sales Order t o identify the controller-drive tray enclosure. ATTENTIONPossible data loss If you remove all Fibre Channel Host Interface Cards (HICs) from a storage array and replace them with HICs of a different network p rotocol (such as iSCSI or SAS).Ethernet Link Active LED 8.) 10 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Things to Know Taking a Quick Glance at the Hardware in a E2612 Controller-Drive Tray or a E2624 Controller-Drive Tray Configuration NOTEEach tray in the storage array must have a minimum of two drives for proper operation.End Cap Over-Temperature LED 4.End Cap Service Action Required LED 5.End Cap Standby Power LED 2. Drive tray enclosure part numbers do include a QS designator.he enclosure serial number is identified by the text "Serial" or "S/N.End Cap Power LED 3.End Cap Locate LED 6.Ethernet Connector 1 7. and not in an ex pansion drive tray enclosure.End Cap Power LED 3. do not install controllers in drive tray enclosures.Ethernet Link Rate LED 9.Ethernet Connector 2 10. Enclosures for controller-drive trays and expansion drive trays look identical.

Power-Fan DC Power LED 20.Host Interface Card Link 6 Active LED 12.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 5.ESM Expansion Active LED 15. For information about supported drives.FC Host Interface Card Connector 6 13.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 6.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2.FC Host Interface Card Connector 5 10.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 6.SFF-8088 Host Interface Card Connector 3 4.Power-Fan AC Power LED 23.ESM Expansion Active LED 9.Power-Fan Canister 18.ESM Expansion Fault LED 2.FC Host Interface Card Connector 3 4.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 5.Host Interface Card Link 5 Active LED 9.Power-Fan DC Power Connector and Switch Figure 8 E2612 or E2624 Right-Rear Subplate with No Host Interface Card 1.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 5.ESM Expansion Fault LED 14.Standby Power LED 19.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector Figure 9 E2612 or E2624 Right-Rear Subplate with a SAS Host Interface Card 1.Power-Fan Service Action Allowed LED 21.Host Interface Card Link 5 Active LED 9.Host Interface Card Link 5 Up LED 8.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 6. .Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3.Power-Fan Service Action Required LED 22.Host Interface Card Link 6 Up LED 11.ESM Expansion Fault LED 8.Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3.Host Interface Card Link 6 Up LED 11.Power-Fan AC Power Connector and Switch 24.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2.FC Host Interface Card Connector 4 7. con tact a Technical Support representative.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 4 14 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 7.ESM Expansion Active LED 3.ESM Expansion Active LED 15.Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 13 Figure 10 E2612 or E2624 Right-Rear Subplate with an FC Host Interface Card 1.Host Interface Card Link 6 Active LED 12.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 3 4.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 5 10.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector Figure 11 E2612 or E2624 Right-Rear Subplate with a 1-Gb iSCSI Host Interface Ca rd 1.Host Interface Card Link 5 Up LED 8.17.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector You must use the supported drives in the driv ATTENTIONPossible equipment damage e tray to ensure proper performance.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 6 13.SFF-8088 Host Interface Card Connector 4 7.ESM Expansion Fault LED 14.

the controller-drive tray must be configured with a minimum of 20 drives. system administrators.Power-Fan Canister 9.Right End Cap Figure 14 DE5600 Drive Tray Front View 1.ESM A Canister 2.Fan Canister Power LED 3.Serial Connector 6.Drives 3. Figure 17 E2660 Controller-Drive Tray Front View 1.End Cap Over-Temperature LED 5. 4.Fan Canister Service Action Required LED 4.Ethernet Link 1 Active LED 7. install only drives that have been provided or approved by th e original manufacturer.Host Connector 2 4.Expansion Port SFF-8088 Connector 8.Drives 3. If you do not deactivate RVM bef ore removing the Fibre Channel HICs.Ethernet Connector 7. resellers.Power Switch 11. NOTEiSCSI host ports do not support the Data Assurance (DA) premium feature. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 15 Figure 13 DE1600 Drive Tray Front View 1. ??The top of the controller-drive tray is the side with labels.Right End Cap Figure 15 DE1600 Drive Tray or DE5600 Drive Tray with AC Power Option Rear View 1.Host Connector 1 3.End Cap Service Action Required LED 4.Drive Drawer 2. Slots 1.Left End Cap (Has the Drive Tray LEDs) 2.ATTENTIONRisk of equipment malfunction To avoid exceeding the functional and env ironmental limits. Not all controller-drive trays are shipped with pre-pop ulated drives.ESM B Canister E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 17 Things to Know Taking a Quick Glance at the Hardware in a E2660 Controller-Drive Tray Configuration NOTETo maintain a uniform airflow across all drive drawers.Fan Canister Service Action Allowed LED 5.Fan Canister 2. your system will lose data access and data loss may occur. 7.End Cap Locate LED 3.Serial Connector (PS2 to DB9 connector required) 6.Ethernet Link 1 Rate LED .End Cap Power LED 6. you must first deactivate the Remote Volume Mirr oring (RVM) premium feature if it is activated.Power Connector 10. ATTENTIONPossible data loss If you remove all Fibre Channel Host Interface Cards (HICs) from a storage array and replace them with HICs of a different network p rotocol (such as iSCSI or SAS).Left End Cap (Has the Drive Tray LEDs) 2.End Cap Standby Power LED 18 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 18 E2660 Controller-Drive Tray Duplex Configuration Rear View 1. System integrators. ??The configuration of the host ports might appear different on your system depe nding on which host interface card configuration is installed. or users of the controller-drive tray can install the drives.Seven-Segment Display Indicators 5.Ethernet Connector 1 8. and 10 in t he front row of each of the five drive drawers must have a drive installed in th ese locations.

Ethernet Connector 2 11.FC Host Interface Card Connector 3 4.Base Host SFF-8088 Connector 2 14.Host Interface Card Link 5 Active LED 9.Controller A Service Action Allowed LED 27.Ethernet Link 2 Rate LED 12.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 21 Figure 22 E2660 Right-Rear Subplate with a 1-Gb iSCSI Host Interface Card .Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector 20 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 21 E2660 Right-Rear Subplate with an FC Host Interface Card 1.FC Host Interface Card Connector 4 7.Controller A Service Action Required LED 26.ESM Expansion Active LED 21.Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2.Controller A Canister 19.ESM Expansion Active LED 3.ESM Expansion Active LED 15.Cache Active LED 25.Power Canister Service Action Required LED E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 19 32.Host Interface Card Link 6 Up LED 11.Host Interface Card Link 5 Up LED 8.Host Link 2 Fault LED 13.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector 22.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 6.ESM Expansion Fault LED 20.Second Seven-Segment Display Field 23.FC Host Interface Card Connector 6 13.SFF-8088 Host Interface Card Connector 3 4.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector Figure 20 E2660 Right-Rear Subplate with a SAS Host Interface Card 1.Power Canister Service Action Allowed LED 33.Ethernet Link 2 Active LED 10.Power Canister Standby Power LED Figure 19 E2660 Right-Rear Subplate with No Host Interface Card 1.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 5.ESM Expansion Active LED 9.9.Power Canister 30.ESM Expansion Fault LED 2.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2.Power Canister AC Power LED 31.First Seven-Segment Display Field 24.Host Interface Card Link 6 Active LED 12.Power Canister DC Power LED 34.ESM Expansion Fault LED 8.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 6.Host Link 2 Active LED 15.Host Link 1 Active LED 17.Host Link 1 Fault LED 16.Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3.FC Host Interface Card Connector 5 10.ESM Expansion Fault LED 14.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 5.Battery Service Action Required LED 28.Base Host SFF-8088 Connector 1 18.Battery Charging LED 29.SFF-8088 Host Interface Card Connector 4 7.

ESM Expansion Active LED 9. as shipped from the vendor.1. you might use Fibre Channe l switches.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector You must use the supported drives in the driv ATTENTIONPossible equipment damage e tray to ensure proper performance. resellers.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 4 7.Expansion SFF-8088 Port Connector 22 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 23 E2660 Right-Rear Subplate with a 10-Gb iSCSI Host Interface Card 1. install only drives that have been provided or approved by th e original manufacturer. Contact technical support for switch certificatio n for earlier versions of SANtricity.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 3 4. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 23 Step 2 .Installing and Configuring the Switches Things to Know Switches. System integrators. Depending on the configuration of your storage array.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 5. or users of the controller-drive tray can install the drives. or SAS switches. Table 6 Supported Fibre Channel Switches and Routers Vendor Model Data Rate Brocade 200E 4 Gb 4100 4 Gb 48000 4 Gb 5000 4 Gb 300 8 Gb 5100 8 Gb . contac t a Technical Support representative. ATTENTIONRisk of equipment malfunction To avoid exceeding the functional and env ironmental limits. The SFPs in Table 9 on page 25 apply only if you are using Fibre Channel network protocols.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2.ESM Expansion Fault LED 8.Host Interface Card Link 5 Up LED 8. For Additional Information on the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Configuration Refer to the Storage System Site Preparation Guide for information about the ins tallation requirements of the various E2600 storage array components. The switches in the following table are certified for use with an E2600 storage array using SANtricity ES Storage Manager Version 10.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 4 7.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 6 13.Host Interface Card Link 6 Active LED 12.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 3 4. iSCSI switches.iSCSI Host Interface Card Connector 5 10. and SFPs NOTEMost of the switches. For information on supported drives.84.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 6.Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3.ESM Expansion Fault LED 14. Not all controller-drive trays are shipped with prepopu lated drives.Host Interface Card Link 6 Up LED 11. system administrators. require an update to their firmware to work correctly with the storage array.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 6.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2.Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3.ESM Expansion Active LED 15.Host Interface Card Link 5 Active LED 9. Routers.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 5.

8 Gb 9020 4 Gb 9222i 8 Gb 9134 4 Gb 24 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Table 7 Supported iSCSI Switches Table 8 Supported SAS Switches If required.5300 8 Gb 7500 4 Gb 7800 8 Gb DCX 8 Gb Cisco 9506 4 Gb 9509 4 Gb 9216 4 Gb 9216i 4 Gb 9120 4 Gb 914x 4 Gb 9513 4 Gb. make the appropriate configuration changes for each switch that is connected to the storage array.0 / 6 GB (16-port) 6160 SAS 2. . Procedure Installing and Configuring Switches 1. 2.0 / 6 GB Vendor Model Data Rate E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 25 Table 9 NetApp Supported SFPs Refer to your Technical Support representative for the latest information about new switches that are tested and certified to work with various hardware and software combinations. Refer to the switch s documentation for information about how to install the switc h and how to use the configuration utilities that are supplied with the switch. Refer to the Interoperability Matrix at support. QLogic SANbox5200 4 Gb SANbox3600 4 Gb SANbox3800 8 Gb SANbox5600 8 Gb SANbox5800 8 Gb SANbox9000 8 Gb 6142 8 Gb Vendor Model Data Rate/Connection Brocade 8000 10 GB / Optical Turbiron 10 GB / Optical Cisco Catalyst 3560 1 GB / RJ45 Catalyst 3750G-24TS 1 GB / RJ45 Nexus 5000 10 GB / Optical Dell 8024 10 GB / Copper (RJ45) 8024F 10 GB / Ethernet / SFP Plus (24-port) PowerConnect 5324 1 GB / RJ45 6024 1 GB / RJ45 Vendor Model Version/Data Rate LSI 6160 SAS 2. Install your switch according to the vendor s documentation. Update the switch s firmware by accessing it from the applicable switch vendor s website.netapp/NOW/products/interoper ability to obtain this information: The latest hardware compatibility information The models of the switches that are supported The firmware requirements and the software requirements for the switches 3. This update might require that you cycle power to the switch.

Use your switch s configuration utility to make the changes. For th e best performance. you must install a minimum of two HBAs (for e ither SAS or FC host connections) or two NICs or iSCSI HBAs (for iSCSI host conn . four 1-Gb/s iSCSI. and go to Installing the Host Bus Adapters for the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray on page 27. Find your switch in the following table to see whether you need to make furth er configuration changes.Installing the Host Bus Adapters for the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Key Terms HBA host port The physical and electrical interface on the host bus adapter (HBA) that provide s for the connection between the host and the controller. Table 10 Supported Switch Vendors and Required Configuration Changes Vendor Version/Data Rate Avago 8G 10G Finisar 1G 8G 10G JDSU 8G 10G Molex 8G Opnext 10G Switch Vendor Configuration Changes Required? Next Step Brocade Yes Change the In-Order Delivery (IOD) option to ON.4. The HBA provides for data transfer be tween the host and the controllers in the storage array over the I/O host interface. FC HBAs for FC. or iSCSI HBAs or Ethernet network interface cards [NICs] for iSCSI) of the HICs to which you connect them. ??For maximum hardware redundancy. The connections on a host must mat ch the type (SAS HBAs for SAS. Make the change. and four 8-Gb/s FC connections. The H BA has a unique World Wide Identifier (WWID) and each HBA host port has a unique WWID. host bus adapter (HBA) A physical board that resides in the host. HBA host port world wide name A 16-character unique name that is provided for each port on the host bus adapte r (HBA). QLogic No PowerConnect No Switch Vendor Configuration Changes Required? Next Step E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 27 Step 3 . Each HBA contains one or more phy sical ports. Cisco Yes Change the In-Order Delivery (IOD) option to ON. Things to Know Host Bus Adapters and Ethernet Network Interface Cards ??The E2600 controller-drive tray supports dual 6-Gb/s SAS host connections and optional host interface cards (HICs) for dual 6-Gb/s SAS. 26 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide LSI No Installing the Host Bus Adapters for the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray on McData No page 27. Most HBAs will have either one or two host ports. HBAs for SAS and FC connections should support the highest d ata rate supported by the HICs to which they connect. two 10-Gb iSCSI.

Model b (single port) 57:38:39:30:31:32:33:53 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 29 Step 4 . you can find the World Wide Port Name of each port of the HBA from the name server of the switch.netapp/NOW/products/interoper ability to make sure you have an acceptable configuration. If you have installed the host context agent on all of your hosts. You can find the late st version of the firmware for the HBA at the storage vendor website. as shipped from the vendor. Table 11 Examples of HBA Host Port World Wide Names Host Name Associated HBAs HBA Host Port World Wide Name ICTENGINEERING Vendor x. Procedure Installing Host Bus Adapters 1.com. While your host is booting. ??Most of the HBAs. Select each HBA to view its HBA host port world wide name. 7. NOTERefer to the Interoperability Matrix at support. you do not need to perform these steps. Model b (single port) 57:38:39:30:31:32:33:52 Vendor x. Install your HBA according to the vendor documentation. Using both ports of a dual-port HBA or a dual-port NIC pr ovides two paths to the storage array but does not ensure redundancy if an HBA o r a NIC fails. you might have additional installation requirements. look for the prompt to access the HBA BIOS utilit y.Installing the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Things to Know General Installation The power supplies meet standard voltage requirements for both domestic and worl . Also. NOTEThe remaining steps are general steps to obtain the HBA host port world wide name from the HBA BIOS utility. 3. Before installing an HBA. Record the following information for each host and for each HBA connected to the storage array: The name of each host The HBAs in each host The HBA host port world wide name of each port on the HBA The following table shows examples of the host and HBA information that you must record. 4. Refer to the Interoperability Matrix at support. 5. For information about th e updates. Model y (dual port) 37:38:39:30:31:32:33:32 37:38:39:30:31:32:33:33 Vendor a. the actual prompts and screens vary depending on the vendor that provides the HBA. Reboot or start your host. refer to the website of the storage vendor to obtain certified versio ns. If a con figuration uses a Fibre Channel switch. 6. If you are performin g these steps. Refer to the Microsoft Developers Network (MSDN) for more information about Windows Server 2008 Server Core. 28 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide NOTEIf your operating system is Windows Server 2008 Server Core. you must have the followi ng information: The latest hardware compatibility information The models of the HBAs that are supported The firmware requirements and the software requirements for the HBAs 2. You can acces s these resources from www.netapp/NOW/products/interope rability to obtain information about the supported models of the HBAs and their requirements to make sure you have an acceptable configuration.ections) in each host.microsoft. some HBA have software utilities that you can use to obt ain the world wide name for the port instead of using the BIOS utility. require updated firmware and sof tware drivers to work correctly with the storage array. Install the latest version of the firmware for the HBA. Model y (dual port) 42:38:39:30:31:32:33:42 42:38:39:30:31:32:33:44 ICTFINANCE Vendor a.

Make sure that the cabinet is in the final location. and not in an ex pansion drive tray enclosure. Use of any other component serial numbers (such as those for individual controllers or dri ve tray enclosures) will not enable correct registration for the array. 3.61-cm (24-in. Install the mounting rails in the cabinet. position the mou nting rails directly above the existing tray. system administrators. position them below and above th e controller-drive tray. ATTENTIONRisk of equipment malfunction To avoid exceeding the functional and env ironmental limits. In both of these places. register you r E-Series storage system at support. If you are installing the mounting rails below an existing tray. either on the bottom lip or the right ear. Enclosures for controller-drive trays and expansion drive trays look identical. 2. allow 17. To enable proper support regist ration.netapp. you must verify that you install the controllers in the controller-drive tray enclosure. With the help of one other person.) clearance below the existing tray. or users of the controller-drive tray can install the drives.dwide operation.) clearance in front of the cabinet 2. For more information. so you must refer to the enclosure part numbers in your Sales Order t o identify the controller-drive tray enclosure." If your storage array includes drive trays as well as a controller-drive tray. (Controller drive-tray enclosures do not include a QS designator in their part num bers.61-cm (24-in. slide the rear of the controller-drive tra y onto the mounting rails.) clearance in front of the cabinet 2. if required. Not all controller-drive trays are shipped with pre-pop ulated drives. and a silver label attached to the front of the enclosure. to keep it from moving. As you add drive trays. If you are installing the mounting rails above an existing tray. install only drives that have been provided or approved by th e original manufacturer.) clearance behind the cabinet Registering your E-Series system Before you begin the installation. Make sure . alternating so that the cabinet does not become top hea vy.00-in.com using the serial number for the integrated controller-drive tray enclosure. Lower the feet on the cabinet. resellers. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 31 NOTEMake sure that you place the controller-drive tray in the middle portion of the cabinet while allowing room for drive trays to be placed above and below the controller-drive tray. 4. Procedure Installing the E2612 and E2624 Controller-Drive Tray Figure 24 Airflow Direction Through and Clearance Requirements for the E2612 Con troller-Drive Tray 1.) 30 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 25 Airflow Direction Through and Clearance Requirements for the E2624 Con troller-Drive Tray 1.76-cm (30-in. refer to the installation instructions that are included with your mounting rails. System integrators.76-cm (30-in.) clearance behind the cabinet WARNING(W08) Risk of bodily injury Two persons are required to safely lift the component. do not install controllers in drive tray enclosures. The encl osure serial number is located on two places on each enclosure: the large UL lab el attached to the top of an enclosure.8-cm (7 . NOTEMake sure that the combined power requirements of your trays do not exceed t he power capacity of your cabinet. t he enclosure serial number is identified by the text "Serial" or "S/N. Drive tray enclosure part numbers do include a QS designator. 1. Make sure that the cabin et installation site meets the clearance requirements (see Figure 24 on page 29 and Figure 25).

7 kg (1 25 lb).Screws for Securing the Mounting Rail to the Cabinet (Rear) . 8. NOTEIf you are mounting the E2660 controller-drive tray in a cabinet with square holes.) clearance behind the cabinet NOTEFans pull air through the controller-drive tray from front to back across th e drives. Figure 30 Positioning the Mounting Rails in the Cabinet 1." Se t the drive tray aside. remove the drive tray and all of the contents from the shipping carton.) between the front EIA support rails and the re ar EIA support rails is required. 6. 5.Screws 2. The rear of the controller-drive tray slides into the slots on the mounting rail s. A minimum depth of 76 cm (30 in. Lower the feet on the cabinet to keep the cabinet from moving. 7. Refer to Connecting the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray to the Drive Trays on page 79. use the eight shoulder washers in the rail kit to align the screws in th e holes (see step 4 on page 34 through step 7 on page 36).) clearance in front of the cabinet 2. Install the bezel on the front of the controller-drive tray.81 cm (32 in.61 cm (24 in.0-compliant E2660 controller-dr ive tray into an Industry-standard cabinet. If the tray is populated with components.Mounting Holes 32 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 27 Securing the E2624 Controller-Drive Tray to the Cabinet 1.that the top mounting holes on the controller-drive tray align with the mounting rail holes of the cabinet (see Figure 26 and Figure 27 on page 32). Position the mounting rails in the cabinet.Screws for Securing the Mounting Rail to the Cabinet (Front) 2. 6-Gb SAS SBB 2. 34 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 3. Make sure that the cabinet is in the final location. Make sure that you meet the clearance requirements shown in the following figure. WARNING(W15) Risk of bodily injury An empty tray weighs approximately 56. Secure the rear of the of the controller-drive tray to the cabinet by using t wo screws to attach the flanges on each side at the rear of the controller-drive tray to the mounting rails. Figure 29 E2660 Controller-Drive Tray with Controller-Drive Tray Handles (Two on Each Side) 4. The top of t he controller-drive tray is the side with the labels. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 33 1.). Procedure Installing the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray You can install the high-density. 2. Secure the screws in the top mounting holes and the bottom mounting holes on each side of the controller-drive tray. Figure 26 Securing the E2612 Controller-Drive Tray 1. using the four controller-drive tray handles (two to a side) as shown in the figure "E2660 Controller-Drive Tray with Controller-Drive Tray Handles (Two on Each Side).Screws NOTEThe rear of the controller-drive tray contains two controllers. Figure 28 Controller-Drive Tray Airflow and Clearance Requirements 1. Three persons are required to safely move an empty tray. provided it has a depth of 100 cm (40 in. WARNING(W09) Risk of bodily injury Three persons are required to safely lift the component. Install the drive trays. With the help of at least two other persons. a mechanized lift is required to safely move the tray .

Front of the Mounting Rail 2. and extend the mounting rail unti l the flanges on the mounting rail touch the inside of the cabinet (see the figure "Short Adjustable Mounting Rail Attached to the Cabinet" on page 37).Rear Bracket a. Place the mounting rail inside the cabinet. 5. 7.Two M5 Screws for the Rear EIA Support Rail 3. and extend the mounting rail unti l the flanges on the mounting rail touch the inside of the cabinet. perform these sets of substeps: Figure 32 Short Adjustable Mounting Rail -. Place the mounting rail inside the cabinet.Cabinet Mounting Holes on the Front EIA Support Rail 8.Industry Standard Cabinet E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 35 If you are installing the mounting rails above an existing tray.) vertical clearance for a E2660 controller-drive tray. . Tighten the adjustment screws on the mounting rail. If you are using the shorter adjustable mounting rails. f.Two Clips for the Front EIA Support Rail 6. allow 17.Adjustable Rail Tightening Screws 6. You use this scre w to attach the controller-drive tray to the cabinet. and screw them into the captured nuts in the rear flange in the mounting rail. Insert one M5 screw through the front of the cabinet. d. Make sure that the adjustment screws on the mounting rail are loose so that t he mounting rail can extend or contract as needed. go to step 7.Front of the Cabinet 4. Insert two M5 screws through the rear of the cabinet. position the mou nting rails directly above the controller-drive tray. do one of the following: If you are using the long fixed size mounting rails. g. b.Front of the Mounting Rail 2.Cabinet Mounting Holes on the Rear EIA Support Rail 9.Rear of the Mounting Rail 3.Left Side 1. It protrudes from the inside of the rail and prevents you from sliding the drive tray onto the rails. To attach the shorter. Repeat substep a through substep f to install the second mounting rail.8-cm (7 -in. 36 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide h. adjustable size mounting rails to the cabinet.Existing Tray 4. Insert one M5 screw through the front of the mounting rail. and screw it into the t op captured nut in the mounting rail.Two M5 Screws for the Front EIA Support Rail 5.Two M5 Screws for the Front EIA Support Rail 5. 6. If you are installing the mounting rails below an existing tray. perform these substeps: a. Figure 31 Attaching the Long Mounting Rails to the Cabinet 1. c.Rear Hold-Down Screw 7.3. go to step 6.Mounting Rail Lip b.Rail Fix Bar 4. Make sure that the adjustment screws on the mounting rail are loose so that t he mounting rail can extend or contract as needed (see the figure "Short Adjustable Mounting Rail -Left Side"). Remove the rear hold-down screw. To attach the long mounting rails to the cabinet. To attach the mounting rails to the cabinet. e.

WARNING(W15) Risk of bodily injury An empty tray weighs approximately 56. and screw them into the captured nuts in the rear flange in the mounting rail. Insert one M5 screw through the front of the mounting rail. Repeat substep a for the second flange.c. e. a. Remove the bezel from the front of the drive tray. If the tray is populated with components. Three persons are required to safely move an empty tray. The controller-drive tray is correctly aligned when the mounting holes on the fr ont flanges of the controller-drive tray align with the mounting holes on the front of the mounting rails. Insert two M5 screws through the rear of the cabinet. b. Use your thumb to unlatch and remove the rear enclosure lift handles (two to a side).Shift the handle down to release the other four hooks. After the controller-drive tray is correctly aligned. 9. Remove the fan canister from the controller-drive tray by pressing on the ta b holding the fan canister handle in . Figure 34 Removing an Enclosure Lift Handle from the Controller-Drive Tray 1. Use the front enclosure lift handles to slide the drive tray all the way into the cabinet. Tighten the screws. This screw attach es the drive tray to the cabinet.7 kg (1 25 lb).7 kg (1 25 lb).Four Screws for Securing the Front of the Controller-Drive Tray 40 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 12. slide the rear of the controller -drive tray onto the mounting rails. Secure the front of the controller-drive tray to the cabinet. WARNING(W15) Risk of bodily injury An empty tray weighs approximately 56. Three persons are required to safely move an empty tray.Move the handle away from the drive tray. 38 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 10.Pull the thumb latch away from the controller-drive tray to detach the hook. c. If the tray is populated with components. remove the enclosure l ift handles as shown in the figure "Removing an Enclosure Lift Handle from the Controller-Drive Tray": a. After the drive tray is securely in the cabinet. f.Top Cabinet Mounting Hole on the Rear EIA Support Rail 2. use your thumb to unlatch an d remove the front enclosure lift handles (two to a side). Figure 33 Short Adjustable Mounting Rail Attached to the Cabinet 1. Insert one M5 screw through the front of the cabinet. Tighten the adjustment screws on the mounting rail. and screw it into the t op captured nut in the mounting rail.Bottom Cabinet Mounting Hole on the Rear EIA Support Rail 8. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 37 g. Figure 35 Attaching the Front of the Controller-Drive Tray 1. d. a mechanized lift is required to safely move the tray . Repeat substep a through substep e to install the second mounting rail. Use the four s crews to attach the flange on each side of the front of the controller-drive tray to the mounting rails. 3. b. Insert two M5 screws through the bottom holes of a flange on the controller-d rive tray so that the screws go through the EIA support rail and engage the bottom captured nuts in th e mounting rail. With the help of at least two other persons. 2. a mechanized lift is required to safely move the tray . E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 39 11.

??Two of the host ports are standard and support 6-Gb/s SAS data rates. 42 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 38 Controller-Drive Tray Installed in the Cabinet 15. NOTEMake sure that each drive drawer in the controller-drive tray is securely fa stened to ensure proper air flow to the drives. Repeat substep a for the other side. Secure the side of the controller-drive tray to the mounting rails by perfor ming these substeps: Figure 37 Securing the Controller-Drive Tray to the Rails 1.Fan Canister Handle 13. Tighten the screws.Connecting the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray to the Hosts Key Terms direct topology A topology that does not use a switch. ??Two to four of the host ports are optional. b. 16. Attach the bezel onto the front of the controller-drive tray.Standard Host Connectors 2.Standard Host Connectors 2.Host Interface Card (HIC) Connectors (SAS in this Example) . (The Dictionary of Storage Networking Terminology) Things to Know Host Channels ATTENTIONPossible hardware damage To prevent electrostatic discharge damage to t he tray. refer to Drives on the DE6600 Drive Tray on page 75. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 41 14.place. if present. and. NOTEIf the E2660 controller-drive tray needs to have drives installed. Slide the fan canister all the way back into the drive tray until the tab on the fan canister latches. the space is covered with a bl ank faceplate. It does not deal with questions of physical location of components or interconnecting cables. The following types of HICs are supported: NOTEIn configurations where a HIC does not exist. ??Each controller has from two to six host ports. use proper antistatic protection when you handle tray components. Steps to Install E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 43 Step 5 . NOTEAfter the controller-drive tray is installed. switch topology A topology that uses a switch. Figure 36 Removing the Fan Canister from the Controller-Drive Tray 1. are located on a host interface card (HIC). topology The logical layout of the components of a computer system or network and their i nterconnections.Host Interface Card (HIC) Connectors (SAS in this Example) 44 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 40 Host Channels on the E2660 Controllers Rear View 1. there should be seven screws o n each side (right and left) of the cabinet. Insert a 10-32 screw through the side sheet metal of the controller-drive tra y into the captured nut on the side of the mounting rail. Use the fan canister handle to pull the fan canister out of the controller-d rive tray.10-32 Screw a. Topology deals with questions of what components are directly connected to other components fro m the standpoint of being able to communicate. and then pulling the fan canister toward you. Two SAS connectors at 6-Gb/s Four iSCSI connectors at 1-Gb/s Two iSCSI connectors at 10-Gb/s Four FC connectors at 8-Gb/s Figure 39 Host Channels on the E2612 and E2624 Controllers Rear View 1.

Procedure Connecting Host Cables on a E2600 Controller-Drive Tray NOTEMake sure that you have installed the HBAs.Host Port 2 6. 2.Controller A 48 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 44 Direct Topology One Host and a Dual Controller-Drive Tray 1.Host Port 2 6. If a black. do not connect a host to the highest numbered host channel because this channel is used for the mirrored communications. Perform one of these actions: You are using an FC HIC Go to step 2. See the examples in the following section for example cabling patterns.Host 2. plug one end of the cable into the host channel. Refer to the documentation for t he HBAs for information about how to install the HBA and how to use the supplied configuration utilities. an SFF-8088 connector for 6-Gb/s SAS connections.Host 2.HBA 2 or NIC 2 4.Host 2. FC.HBA 1 or NIC 1 3. The cable is either an Ethernet cable with RJ-45 connectors for 1-Gb/s iSCSI con nections. remove it.Host 2.HBA 2 or NIC 2 4.Host Port 2 6. or iSCSI) must match the type of the host bus adapter s (HBAs) or network interface cards (for iSCSI only) to which you connect them. plug one end of the cable into the SFP transceiver in the host channel. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 45 NOTEIf Synchronous Mirroring connections are required. plastic plug is in the SFP transceiver.Host Port 1 5. Connections for iSCSI us e copper cables with RJ-45 connectors and do not require SFP transceivers.Host Port 1 5.Host Port 1 5.HBA 1 or NIC 1 3. You are using an FC HIC Starting with the first host channel of each controller.Controller A 46 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 42 Direct Topology Two Hosts Connected to a Single Controller 1.HBA 1 or NIC 1 3.HBA 1 or NIC 1 3. The type of HICs (SAS.WARNING(W03) Risk of exposure to laser radiation Do not disassemble or remove an y part of a Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceiver because you might be e xposed to laser radiation. Make sure that the appropriate type of SFP transceiver is inserted into the h ost channel. Figure 41 Direct Topology One Host Connected to a Single Controller 1. Perform one of these actions: You are using either a SAS or an iSCSI HIC Starting with the first host channel o f each controller. Conne ctions for SAS use SFF-8088 connectors.HBA 2 or NIC 2 . 1. 4. 3.HBA 2 or NIC 2 4.Controller A E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 47 Figure 43 Switch Topology Two Hosts Connected to a Single Controller Through a S witch 1. or a fiber-optic cab le for FC connections. You are using either a SAS or an iSCSI HIC Go to step 4.

Host 2 5. Include this information on the labels: The host name and the HBA port (for direct topology) The switch name and the port (for fabric topology) The controller ID (for example.Hosts 2. Plug the other end of the cable either into an HBA in the host (direct topolo gy) or into a switch (fabric topology).HBA 1 or NIC 1 3.4.HBA 2 or NIC 2 4. make sur e that the combined power requirements of the drive tray and the other trays do not exceed the power capacity of your cabinet. 6.Host Port 2 8.Controller A 7.Host Port 1 5.Controller B 5.Hosts 2.Controller B 50 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 46 Mixed Topology Two Hosts and a Dual Controller-Drive Tray 1.Installing the Drive Trays for the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Configurations Things to Know General Installation of Drive Trays with the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray NOTEIf you are installing the drive tray in a cabinet with other trays. .Host Port 2 6. Affix a label to each end of the cable with this information.Host Port 2 6.Host Port 1 7.HBA 2 or NIC 2 4. controller A) The host channel ID (for example.Controller B E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 49 Figure 45 Direct Topology Two Hosts and a Dual Controller-Drive Tray for Maximum Redundancy 1. 7.Host Port 1 5.Controller A 7.Controller B E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 51 Figure 47 Mixed Topology Three Hosts and a Dual Controller-Drive Tray 1. host channel 1) 52 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Example label abbreviation Assume that a cable is connected between port 1 in HB A 1 of a host named Engineering and host channel 1 of controller A. A label abbr eviation could be as follows.Host Port 2 6. Repeat step 2 on page 44 through step 6 on page 51 for each controller and ho st channel that you intend to use.Host 1 2.Host Port 1 5.HBA 1 or NIC 1 3.HBA 1 or NIC 1 3. ??Special site preparation is not required for any of these drive trays beyond w hat is normally found in a computer lab environment. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 53 Step 6 . A label is very important if you need to disconnect cables to service a controller.Controller A 7.HBA 2 or NIC 2 4.Controller A 9.Host 3 6.

??The power supplies meet standard voltage requirements for both domestic and wo rldwide operation. ??Take these precautions: Install the drive trays in locations within the cabinet that let you evenly distr ibute the drive trays around the controller-drive tray. Keep as much weight as possible in the bottom half of the cabinet. NOTERefer to the Storage System Site Preparation Guide for important considerati ons about cabinet installation. Procedure Installing the DE1600 Drive Trays and the DE5600 Drive Trays WARNING(W08) Risk of bodily injury Two persons are required to safely lift the component. WARNING(W05) Risk of bodily injury If the bottom half of the cabinet is empty, d o not install components in the top half of the cabinet. If the top half of the cabinet is too heavy for the bottom half, the cabinet might fall and cause bodil y injury. Always install a component in the lowest available position in the cab inet. You can install the drive tray into an industry standard cabinet. This procedure describes how to install the mounting rails into an industry stan dard cabinet. ATTENTIONPossible hardware damage To prevent electrostatic discharge damage to t he tray, use proper antistatic protection when handling tray components. 54 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 1. Make sure that the cabinet is in the final location. Make sure that you meet the clearance requirements shown in the following two figures. Figure 48 DE1600 Drive Tray Airflow and Clearance Requirements 1.76 cm (30 in.) clearance in front of the cabinet 2.61 cm (24 in.) clearance behind the cabinet Figure 49 DE5600 Drive Tray Airflow and Clearance Requirements 1.76 cm (30 in.) clearance in front of the cabinet 2.61 cm (24 in.) clearance behind the cabinet NOTEFans pull air through the tray from front to back across the drives. 2. Lower the feet on the cabinet to keep the cabinet from moving. 3. Remove the drive tray and all contents from the shipping carton. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 55 4. Position the mounting rails in the cabinet. Figure 50 Positioning the Mounting Rails in the Cabinet 1.Mounting Rail 2.Existing Tray 3.Clearance Above and Below the Existing Tray 4.Screws for Securing the Mounting Rail to the Cabinet (Front and Rear) 5.Industry Standard Cabinet If you are installing the mounting rails above an existing tray, position the mou nting rails directly above the tray. If you are installing the mounting rails below an existing tray, allow 8.8-cm (3. 5-in.) vertical clearance for the drive tray. 56 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 5. Attach the mounting rails to the cabinet by performing these substeps: a. Make sure that the adjustment screws on the mounting rail are loose so that t he mounting rail can extend or contract as needed. Figure 51 Attaching the Mounting Rails to the Cabinet 1.Cabinet Mounting Holes 2.Adjustment Screws for Locking the Mounting Rail Length 3.Mounting Rails 4.Clip for Securing the Rear of the Drive Tray b. Place the mounting rail inside the cabinet, and extend the mounting rail unti l the flanges on the mounting rail touch the inside of the cabinet. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 57

c. Make sure that the alignment spacers on the front flange of the mounting rail fit into the mounting holes in the cabinet. The front flange of each mounting rail has two alignment spacers. The alignment spacers are designed to fit into the mounting holes in the cabinet. The alignmen t spacers help position and hold the mounting rail. Figure 52 Alignment Spacers on the Mounting Rail 1.Alignment Spacers d. Insert one M5 screw through the front of the cabinet and into the top capture d nut in the mounting rail. Tighten the screw. e. Insert two M5 screws through the rear of the cabinet and into the captured nu ts in the rear flange in the mounting rail. Tighten the screws. f. Tighten the adjustment screws on the mounting rail. g. Repeat substep a through substep f to install the second mounting rail. 58 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 6. With the help of one other person, slide the rear of the drive tray onto the mounting rails. The rear edge of the drive tray must fit into the clip on the mounting rail. The drive tray is correc tly aligned when these conditions are met: The mounting holes on the front flanges of the drive tray align with the mounting holes on the front of the mounting rails. Refer to item 4 in the following figu re. The rear edge of the drive tray sheet metal fits into the clip on the mounting ra il. The holes in the drive tray sheet metal for the rear hold-down screws align with the captured nuts in the side of the mounting rails. Figure 53 Sliding the Drive Tray into the Clip on the Mounting Rail 1.Mounting Rail 2.Clip 3.Partial View of the Drive Tray Rear Sheet Metal 4.Mounting Holes E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 59 7. Secure the front of the drive tray to the cabinet. Use the two screws to atta ch the flange on each side of the front of the drive tray to the mounting rails. a. Insert one M5 screw through the bottom hole of a flange on the drive tray so that the screw goes through the cabinet rail and engages the bottom captured nut in the mounting rai l. Tighten the screw. b. Repeat substep a for the second flange. Figure 54 Attaching the Front of the DE1600 Drive Tray 1.Screws for Securing the Front of the Drive Tray 60 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 55 Attaching the Front of the DE5600 Drive Tray 1.Screws for Securing the Front of the Drive Tray 8. Secure the side of the drive tray to the mounting rails by performing these s ubsteps: a. Insert one M5 screw through the side sheet metal of the drive tray into the c aptured nut on the side of the mounting rail. Tighten the screw. b. Repeat substep a for the other side. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 61 9. Attach the plastic end caps onto the front of the drive tray. a. Put the top of the end cap on the hinge tab that is part of the drive tray mo unting flange. b. Gently press on the bottom of the end cap until it snaps into place over the retainer on the bottom of

the drive tray mounting flange. Figure 56 Attaching the End Caps to the DE1600 Drive Tray 1.Hinge Tab 2.Retainer 62 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 57 Attaching the End Caps to the DE5600 Drive Tray 1.Hinge Tab 2.Retainer Procedure Installing Drives in the DE1600 Drive Trays and the DE5600 Drive Trays In some situations, the drive tray might be delivered without the drives install ed. Follow the steps in this procedure to install the drives. If your drive tray already has drives installed, you can skip this step and go to "Things to Know AC Power Cords" on page 91. ATTENTIONRisk of equipment malfunction To avoid exceeding the functional and env ironmental limits, install only drives that have been provided or approved by th e original manufacturer. Drives might be shipped but not installed. System integ rators, resellers, system administrators, or users can install the drives. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 63 NOTEThe installation order is from top to bottom and from left to right. The ins tallation order is important because the drives might already contain configurat ion information that depends upon the correct sequence of the drives in the tray . 1. Beginning with the first drive slot in the upper-left side of the drive tray, place the drive on the slot guides, and slide the drive all the way into the slot. 2. Push the drive handle to the right (DE1600 drive tray) or down (DE5600 drive tray) to lock the drive securely in place. Figure 58 Installing a Drive in the DE1600 Drive Tray 1.Drive Handle 64 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 59 Installing a Drive in the DE5600 Drive Tray 1.Drive Handle NOTEIn some applications, the drive handle might have the hinge on the right. 3. Install the second drive beneath the first drive (DE1600 drive tray) or to th e right of the first drive (DE5600 drive tray). 4. Install the other drives from top to bottom and then from left to right (DE16 00 drive tray) or to the right (DE5600 drive tray). Things to Know General Installation of Drive Trays with the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray NOTEIf you are installing the drive tray in a cabinet with other trays, make sur e that the combined power requirements of the drive tray and the other trays do not exceed the power capacity of your cabinet. ??Special site preparation is not required for any of these drive trays beyond w hat is normally found in a computer lab environment. ??The power supplies meet standard voltage requirements for both domestic and wo rldwide operation. ??Take these precautions: Install the drive trays in locations within the cabinet that let you evenly distr ibute the drive trays around the controller-drive tray. Keep as much weight as possible in the bottom half of the cabinet. NOTERefer to the Storage System Site Preparation Guide for important considerati ons about cabinet installation. WARNING(W15) Risk of bodily injury An empty tray weighs approximately 56.7 kg (1 25 lb). Three persons are required to safely move an empty tray. If the tray is populated with components, a mechanized lift is required to safely move the tray

go to step 7. If you are installing the mounting rails below an existing tray.). 1. NOTEIf you are mounting the DE6600 drive tray in a cabinet with square holes. position the mou nting rails directly above the tray.Two M5 Screws for the Front EIA Support Rail 5. do one of the following: If you are using the long fixed size mounting rails. perform these substeps: a. us e the eight shoulder washers in the rail kit to align the screws in the holes (s ee step 4 on page 67 through step 7 on page 69).Cabinet Mounting Holes on the Front EIA Support Rail 8.Screws for Securing the Mounting Rail to the Cabinet (Rear) 3. WARNING(W15) Risk of bodily injury An empty tray weighs approximately 56. Make sure that you meet the clearance requirements shown in the following figure. 6-Gb SAS SBB 2. Position the mounting rails in the cabinet. a mechanized lift is required to safely move the tray .Two M5 Screws for the Rear EIA Support Rail 3.Rear Hold-Down Screw 7. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 65 Steps to Install DE6600 Drive Tray You can install the high-density.) between the front EIA support rails and the re ar EIA support rails is required.0-compliant DE6600 drive tray i nto an Industry-standard cabinet. Make sure that the cabinet is in the final location. provided it has a depth of 100 cm (40 in.8-cm (7 -in. WARNING(W09) Risk of bodily injury Three persons are required to safely lift the component. A minimum depth of 76 cm (30 in. With the help of at least two other persons.Front of the Mounting Rail 2.) vertical clearance for a DE6600 drive tray. Figure 62 Positioning the Mounting Rails in the Cabinet 1. 68 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 63 Attaching the Long Mounting Rails to the Cabinet 1. If you are using the shorter adjustable mounting rails.81 cm (32 in.) clearance behind the cabinet NOTEFans pull air through the drive tray from front to back across the drives..Adjustable Rail Tightening Screws 6. Figure 61 DE6600 Drive Tray with Drive Tray Handles (Two on Each Side) E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 67 4. Lower the feet on the cabinet to keep the cabinet from moving.61 cm (24 in. remove the drive tray and all of the contents from the shipping carton. 66 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 2.Industry Standard Cabinet If you are installing the mounting rails above an existing tray. To attach the mounting rails to the cabinet. If the tray is populated with components. Set the drive tray aside. Make sure that the adjustment screws on the mounting rail are loose so that t he mounting rail can extend or contract as needed. 5.Screws for Securing the Mounting Rail to the Cabinet (Front) 2. Figure 60 Drive Tray Airflow and Clearance Requirements 1.7 kg (1 25 lb). allow 17. go to step 6. using the four drive tray handles (two to a side) as shown in the follow ing figure.) clearance in front of the cabinet 2. 6.Front of the Cabinet 4. To attach the long mounting rails to the cabinet.Existing Tray 4. Three persons are required to safely move an empty tray.Cabinet Mounting Holes on the Rear EIA Support Rail . 3.

Insert one M5 screw through the front of the mounting rail. You use this scre w to attach the drive tray to the cabinet.Mounting Rail Lip b. Figure 65 Short Adjustable Mounting Rail Attached to the Cabinet 1.Rear of the Mounting Rail 3. h. and extend the mounting rail unti l the flanges on the mounting rail touch the inside of the cabinet (see the figure "Short Adjustable Mounting Rail Attached to the Cabinet" on page 70). Insert one M5 screw through the front of the mounting rail.Left Side 1.9. Place the mounting rail inside the cabinet. Insert two M5 screws through the rear of the cabinet. Remove the rear hold-down screw.Rail Fix Bar 4. and screw them into the captured nuts in the rear flange in the mounting rail. e. Make sure that the adjustment screws on the mounting rail are loose so that t he mounting rail can extend or contract as needed (see the figure "Short Adjustable Mounting Rail -Left Side"). f. Insert two M5 screws through the rear of the cabinet.Rear Bracket a. e. It protrudes from the inside of the rail and prevents you from sliding the drive tray onto the rails. d. The drive tray is correctly aligned when the mounting holes on the front flanges of the dr ive tray align with the mounting holes on the front of the mounting rails. 70 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide g. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 69 7. and screw them into the captured nuts in the rear flange in the mounting rail. d. and screw it into the t op captured nut in the mounting rail. Repeat substep a through substep e to install the second mounting rail. Insert one M5 screw through the front of the cabinet.Front of the Mounting Rail 2. 9. slide the rear of the drive tray onto the mounting rails. WARNING(W09) Risk of bodily injury Three persons are required to safely lift the component. To attach the shorter. This screw attach es the drive tray to the cabinet. Remove the bezel from the front of the drive tray.Cabinet Mounting Holes on the Front EIA Support Rail E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 71 8. c. f.Two Clips for the Front EIA Support Rail 6. adjustable size mounting rails to the cabinet. .Two M5 Screws for the Front EIA Support Rail 5. and screw it into the t op captured nut in the mounting rail. Place the mounting rail inside the cabinet. g. and extend the mounting rail unti l the flanges on the mounting rail touch the inside of the cabinet. Tighten the adjustment screws on the mounting rail. c. b. Repeat substep a through substep f to install the second mounting rail. Tighten the adjustment screws on the mounting rail. perform these sets of substeps: Figure 64 Short Adjustable Mounting Rail -. With the help of at least two other persons. Insert one M5 screw through the front of the cabinet.

Repeat substep a for the other side. Tighten the screws. remove the enclosure l ift handles as shown in the figure "Removing an Enclosure Lift Handle from the Drive Tray": a. 10. 3. After the controller-drive tray is correctly aligned. and then pulling the fan canister toward you.10-32 Screw a. Secure the front of the drive tray to the cabinet. Use the four screws to at tach the flange on each side of the front of the drive tray to the mounting rails. Figure 68 Removing the Fan Canister from the Drive Tray 1. Remove the fan canister from the drive tray by pressing on the tab holding t he fan canister handle in place. there should be seven screws on each side (right and left) of the cabinet. Repeat substep a for the second flange. 72 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 11. NOTEAfter the drive tray is installed. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 75 Figure 70 Drive Tray Installed in the Cabinet 15.WARNING(W15) Risk of bodily injury An empty tray weighs approximately 56. 74 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 14. Use the fan canister handle to pull the fan canister out of the drive tray.Move the handle away from the drive tray.Pull the thumb latch away from the drive tray to detach the hook. Insert two M5 screws through the bottom holes of a flange on the drive tray s o that the screws go through the EIA support rail and engage the bottom captured nuts in the mounting rail.7 kg (1 25 lb). a. Tighten the screws. b. Use your thumb to unlatch and remove the rear enclosure lift handles (two to a side). Figure 66 Removing an Enclosure Lift Handle from the Drive Tray 1. b. If the tray is populated with components. Three persons are required to safely move an empty tray. Follow the steps in this procedure to install the drives. Slide the fan canister all the way back into the drive tray until the tab on the fan canister latches. but the drive s are not installed. 2. ATTENTIONRisk of equipment malfunction To avoid exceeding the functional and env . After the drive tray is securely in the cabinet. Steps to Install Drives on the DE6600 Drive Tray The DE6600 drive tray is shipped with the drive drawers installed. b. a mechanized lift is required to safely move the tray . Use the front enclosure lift handles to slide the drive tray all the way into the cabinet. 16.Shift the handle down to release the other four hooks. Secure the side of the drive tray to the mounting rails by performing these substeps: Figure 69 Securing the Drive Tray to the Rails 1.Four Screws for Securing the Front of the Drive Tray E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 73 12. Figure 67 Attaching the Front of the Drive Tray 1.Fan Canister Handle 13. c. Insert a 10-32 screw through the side sheet metal of the drive tray into the captured nut on the side of the mounting rail. use your thumb to unlatch an d remove the front enclosure lift handles (two to a side). NOTEMake sure that each drive drawer in the drive tray is securely fastened to e nsure proper air flow to the drives. Attach the bezel onto the front of the drive tray.

4. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 77 3. and make sure you have the replacement drive in hand before starting the task. 76 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 1. Push the drive drawer all the way back into the drive tray. Starting with the first drive.Connecting the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray to the Drive Trays Key Terms drive channel The path for the transfer of data between the controllers and the drives in the storage array. 7 and 10 must have a drive installed in these locations to make sure th ere is sufficient air flow to the drives. or users can install the drives. Align the two raised buttons on each side over the matching gap in the drive channel on the drawer. The drive drawer must be compl etely closed to prevent excess airflow. install only drives that have been provided or approved by th e original manufacturer. Figure 72 Raised Drive Handle 4. closing the lever s on each side of the drive drawer.Drive Handle 6. NOTEThe installation order within each drawer is from left to right in rows. Figure 71 Levers on the Drive Drawer 1.ironmental limits. resellers. repeating step 1 through step 7 for each drive drawer in the configuration. Things to Know E2612 Controller-Drive Tray and the E2624 Controller-Drive Tray . consult the ove rlay on the front of each of the five drive drawers. Figure 73 Side View of Drive with Raised Handle 1. raise the drive handle to the vertical positio n. Slo ts 1. Figure 75 Fully-Populated Drive Drawer 7.DE6600 Drive Tray with Slots 1. release the levers on each s ide of the drawer by pulling both towards the center.Raised Buttons 78 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 5. 8. Figure 74 Drive Release Lever Locked by the Drive Handle 1. Make sure that the four dri ves in each row are adjacent to each other. and 10 ATTENTIONRisk of equipment malfunction For the DE6600 drive tray. Install the other drives in rows from left to right until the drive drawer is fully populated. System integ rators. you can replac e only one canister or drive at a time. Continue onto the next drive drawer. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 79 Step 7 . and then rotate the drive handle down until th e drive snaps into place under the drive release lever. ATTENTIONRisk of equipment malfunction Make sure you push both levers to each si de so that the drive drawer is completely closed. Lower the drive straight down.Levers to Release the Drive Drawer 2. 1.Drive Release Lever 2. with four driv es in the front row of each of the five drive drawers. system administrators. Beginning with the top drawer in the drive tray. 4. Drives might be shipped but not installed. Refer to the Replacing a Drive on the DE6 600 Drive tray instructions. the drive tray must be configured with a minimum of 20 drives. 7. The long edge of each drive should t ouch the drive next to it. To maintain a uniform airflow across all drive drawer s. Pull on the extended levers to pull the drive drawer out to its full extensio n without removing it from the drive tray. which has the potential to damage the dr ives. To verify these slots.

each con troller has a pair of levers with handles for removing the controller from the controller-drive tray. Figure 78 Controller-Drive Tray Above the Drive Tray .) drive s. The close spacing between the handle and the h ost connector might make it difficult to remove a cable that is attached to the host connector. If this prob lem occurs. These interfaces are designed for use as intra-building inte rfaces only (Type 2 or Type 4 ports as described in GR-1089-CORE) and require is olation from the exposed OSP cabling.) drives. ATTENTIONPotential damage to equipment (Network Telecommunications Equipment (NE BS) Ethernet cable installations only) The intra-building port(s) (Ethernet main tenance ports) of this equipment is suitable for connection to intra-building or unexposed wiring or cabling only. ??The E2612 controller-drive tray and the E2624 controller-drive tray support bo th the DE1600 drive tray and the DE5600 drive tray for expansion.5-in.SAS Expansion Connector NOTETo maintain data access in the event of the failure of a controller.5-in. Issue# 5. you must connect a drive tray or a string of drive trays to both drive channels on a redundant path pair.SAS Connector 2 (In) 4. The intra-building port(s) of this equipment must be metallically connected to interfaces that connect to the Outside Plant ( OSP) or its wiring.ESM A 2.6. ??Each controller has one dual-ported SAS expansion connector to connect to the drive trays. With tray loss protection. Figure 76 Drive Channel Ports on the E2612 Controller-Drive Tray and the E2624 C ontroller-Drive Tray Rear View 1. ??The maximum number of drive slots in the storage array is 96 (expandable to 19 2.35-cm (2. NOTEThe configuration shown in the fourth image in this topic provides an exampl e of tray loss protection. an ESM. 80 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Things to Know Drive Trays with the E2612 and the E2624 Controller-Drive Tray ??Each DE1600 drive tray can contain a maximum of twelve 8. Figure 77 DE1600 Drive Tray and DE5600 Drive Tray Rear View 1. such as creating new volumes. The cable shall be shielded Twisted Pair (STP) and must be grounded at bo th ends to meet the intra-building lightning requirements from section 4. ??The ESMs on the DE1600 drive tray and the DE5600 drive tray contain two sets o f In connectors and one set of Out connectors. Exceeding 96 (or 192) drive slots makes the storage array invalid. or a drive channel.SAS Connector 1 (In) 3.Expansion Connector (Out) 5.On the E2612 controller-drive tray and the E2624 controller-drive tray. including the 12 or 24 drive slots in the controller-drive tray.9. The controllers cannot pe rform operations that modify the configuration.ESM B E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 81 Things to Know Drive Tray Cabling Configurations Duplex System The figures in this topic show examples of cable configurations from the control ler-drive tray to the drive trays.Controller Canister 2. if one drive tray cannot b e accessed.2 o f GR-1089-CORE. you still have access to the remaining drive trays. use a flat-blade screwdriver to push in the release component on the cable connector. Use these examples as guides to connect cables in your storage array. The addition of Primary Protectors is not sufficient protection in order to connect these interfaces metallically to OSP w iring. One of these handles on each controller is located next to a host connector. ??Each DE5600 drive tray can contain a maximum of twenty-four 6.89-cm (3.

Are you adding more drive trays? NOTEEach ESM in a drive tray has three expansion connectors: two on the left-cen ter of the ESM and one in the upper-right side. attach a label with this information: The controller ID (for example. NOTEIt does not matter which of the two left-center ESM connectors you use to co nnect to the expansion connector on the far-right side. Repeat step 6 through step 7 for each drive tray that you intend to add to th e storage array. The foll owing figure shows these arrows on an ESM. Use the following table to determine the number of SAS cables that you need. ESM A) The ESM connector (In or Out) The drive tray ID E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 85 For example. 7. 5. the label on the controller end of the cable has this information: CtA-Dch1. Procedure Connecting the DE1600 Drive Trays and the DE5600 Drive Trays 1. Insert one end of the cable into the SAS expansion connector on the controlle r in slot A in the controller-drive tray. remove it. To each end of the cables. 4. 8.Figure 79 Controller-Drive Tray Between Two Drive Trays 82 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Figure 80 Controller-Drive Tray with Three Drive Trays E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 83 Figure 81 Connecting Cables for Maximum Redundancy and Tray Loss Protection1A1B2 A2BESMAESM B1A1B2A2BESMAESM B1A1B2A2BESMAESM B1A1B2A2BESMAESM B1A1B2A2BESMAESM B 1A1B2A2BESMAESM BExpChamonixAChamonixBExp1A1B2A2BControllerAControllerB98002-03E SMAESM BSAS EXPSAS EXPSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS EXPSAS EXPSAS INSAS INSAS INSA S INSAS EXPSAS EXPSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS EXPSAS EXPSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS IN SAS EXPSAS EXPSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS EXPSAS EXPSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS EXPSAS EXPSAS INSAS INSAS INSAS INYou can use up to eighttrays in a storage arra y. 3. Dm1-ESM_A (left). insert the other end of the cable into one of the connectors in the left-center of the ESM. if you are connecting controller A to the In connector on ESM A in drive tray 1. In the ESM in the first drive tray. Table 12 Drive Tray Cables Number of Drive Trays that You Plan to Connect to the Controller-Drive Tray Number of Cables Required 1 2 2 4 3 6 84 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 2. When connecting from an ESM in o ne drive tray to an ESM in another drive tray. If the cable is connected either betw een the two left-center ESM connectors or between two upper-right ESM connectors . In Controller End The label on the drive tray end of the cable has this information: . 6. plastic plug in the SAS expansion connector of the contr oller. communication between the two drive trays is lost. make sure that you connect the co nnector on the upper-right to one of the connectors on the left-center. No Go to step 9. 9. controller A) The ESM ID (for example. insert one end of the cable into the conn ector on the far-right side. Insert the other end of the cable into the connector with an up arrow on the ESM in slot A in the drive tray. In the ESM in the next drive tray. If there is a black. Figure 82 Connecting a Cable from One ESM to a Second ESM Yes Go to step 6.

Exceeding 180 drive sl ots makes the storage array invalid.9. inc luding up to 60 drive slots in the controller-drive tray. Use these examples as guides to connect cables in your storage array. ??Each controller has one dual-ported SAS expansion connector to connect to the drive trays. Table 13 Drive Tray Cables . Use the following table to determine the number of SAS cables that you need. One of these handles on each controller is locat ed next to a host connector. or a drive channel.Dm1-ESM_A (left). the last drive tray in the chain from controller A must be the fir st drive tray in the chain from controller B. The cable shall be shielded Twisted Pair (STP) and must be grounded at bo th ends to meet the intra-building lightning requirements from section 4. CtrlA 10.89-cm (3.2 o f GR-1089-CORE.5-in.Controller A Canister 2. Figure 83 Drive Channel Ports on the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray Rear View 1. The close spacing between the handle and the host connector might make it difficult to rem ove a cable that is attached to the host connector. Figure 84 Controller-Drive Tray Above the Drive Tray E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 87 Figure 85 Controller-Drive Tray Between Two Drive Trays Procedure Connecting the DE6600 Drive Tray 1. These interfaces are designed for use as intra-building inte rfaces only (Type 2 or Type 4 ports as described in GR-1089-CORE) and require is olation from the exposed OSP cabling. If you are installing the controller-drive tray with two controllers. Issue #5. ??The E2660 controller-drive tray supports the DE6600 drive tray for expansion. use a flat-blade screwdriver to push in the release component on the cable connector.6. If this problem occurs. repeat step 2 through step 9 for the controller in slot B in the controller-drive tray. The intra-building port(s) of this equipment must be metallically connected to interfaces that connect to the Outside Plant ( OSP) or its wiring. NOTETo connect cables for maximum redundancy. an ESM.Controller B SAS Expansion Connector NOTETo maintain data access in the event of the failure of a controller. Things to Know Drive Trays with the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray Each DE6600 drive tray can contain a maximum of sixty 8. ??The maximum number of drive slots in the storage array is 180 drive slots. 86 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide ATTENTIONPotential damage to equipment (Network Telecommunications Equipment (NE BS) Ethernet cable installations only) The intra-building port(s) (Ethernet main tenance ports) of this equipment is suitable for connection to intra-building or unexposed wiring or cabling only. In.Controller A SAS Expansion Connector 4. The addition of Primary Protectors is not sufficient protection in order to connect these interfaces metallically to OSP w iring.Controller B Canister 3. the cables attaching controller B must be connected to the drive trays in the opposite tray order as for controlle r A.) drives h oused with five drawers of 12 drives each. Things to Know E2660 Controller-Drive Tray On the E2660 controller-drive tray. such as creating new volumes. The controllers cannot perform operations t hat modify the configuration. each controller has a pair of levers with ha ndles for removing the controller from the controller-drive tray. That is. Things to Know E2660 Drive Tray Cabling Configurations Duplex System The figures in this topic show examples of cable configurations from the control ler-drive tray to the drive trays. you must connect a drive tray or a string of drive trays to both drive channels on a redundant path pair.

8. If you are installing the controller-drive tray with two controllers. No Go to step 9. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 89 Step 8 . plastic plug in the SAS expansion connector of the contr oller. Insert the other end of the cable into the connector with an up arrow on the ESM in slot A in the drive tray. 7. CtrlA 10. 6. attach a label with this information: The controller ID (for example. The foll owing figure shows these arrows on an ESM. In the ESM in the next drive tray. controller A) The ESM ID (for example. In.2. 3.Connecting the Ethernet Cables Key Terms in-band management A method to manage a storage array in which a storage management station sends c ommands to the storage array through the host input/output (I/O) connection to the controller. communication between the two drive trays is lost. the last drive tray in the chain from controller A must be the fir st drive tray in the chain from controller B. If the cable is connected either betw een the two left-center ESM connectors or between two upper-right ESM connectors . In the ESM in the first drive tray. remove it. the label on the controller end of the cable has this information: CtA-Dch1. insert one end of the cable into the conn ector on the far-right side. Dm1-ESM_A (left). repeat step 2 through step 9 for the controller in slot B in the controller-drive tray. That is. insert the other end of the cable into one of the connectors in the left-center of the ESM. NOTEIt does not matter which of the two left-center ESM connectors you use to co nnect to the expansion connector on the far-right side. if you are connecting controller A to the In connector on ESM A in drive tray 1. NOTETo connect cables for maximum redundancy. Figure 86 Connecting a Cable from One ESM to a Second ESM Yes Go to step 6. the cables attaching controller B must be connected to the drive trays in the opposite tray order as for controlle r A. Repeat step 6 through step 7 for each drive tray that you intend to add to th e storage array. If there is a black. To each end of the cables. 5. 9. out-of-band management A method to manage a storage array in which a storage management station sends c . When connecting from an ESM in o ne drive tray to an ESM in another drive tray. In Controller End The label on the drive tray end of the cable has this information: Dm1-ESM_A (left). Insert one end of the cable into the SAS expansion connector on the controlle r in slot A in the controller-drive tray. ESM A) The ESM connector (In or Out) The drive tray ID For example. Are you adding more drive trays? Number of Drive Trays that You Plan to Connect to the Controller-Drive Tray Number of Cables Required 1 2 2 4 88 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide NOTEEach ESM in a drive tray has three expansion connectors: two on the left-cen ter of the ESM and one in the upper-right side. make sure that you connect the co nnector on the upper-right to one of the connectors on the left-center. 4.

Procedure Connecting Ethernet Cables Perform these steps to connect Ethernet cables for out-of-band management. connect a power cord to each power canister in the drive trays. whether 1Gb/s or 10Gb/s. If the Ethernet connection is not protected by a firewall. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 90 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 91 Step 9 . ??Ethernet port 2 on each controller is reserved for access by your Technical Su pport representative. Connect the other end to the applicable network connection. see Turning on the Power and Check ing for Problems in a E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Configuration on page 93. do not operate a drive tray with one of its power su pplies removed. 3. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 92 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 93 Step 10 .Turning on the Power and Checking for Problems in a E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Configuration After you complete this task. 1. 5. ??In limited situations in which the storage management station is connected dir ectly to the controller tray. however. ??These Ethernet connections are intended for out-of-band management and have no thing to do with the iSCSI host interface cards (HICs). such as a wall receptacle or an unint erruptible power supply (UPS). Connect a cabinet interconnect power cord (or power cords specific to your pa rticular cabinet) to the AC power connector on each power canister in the drive tray. 2. ??To ensure proper cooling. For t he correct procedure for turning on the power. skip these steps. 3. you can install the software and perform basic con figuration tasks on your storage array.ommands to the storage array through the Ethernet connections on the controller. An Ether net crossover cable is a special cable that reverses the pin contacts between th e two ends of the cable. are not intended for use in most EIA-compliant cabinets. Things to Know AC Power Cords ??For each AC power connector on the drive tray. make sure that you use a separa te power source in the cabinet. Things to Know Connecting Ethernet Cables ATTENTIONRisk of security breach Connect the Ethernet ports on the controller tr ay to a private network segment behind a firewall. ??You can use the power cords shipped with the controller-drive tray with typica l outlets used in the destination country. If yo u use only in-band management. 4. Make sure that both of the Power switches on the controller-drive tray are tu rned off. These power cords. Connect the primary power cords from the cabinet to the external power source . Connect one end of an Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port 1 on controller A . Procedure Turning On the Power to the Storage Array and Checking for . If you are installing other drive trays in the cabinet.Connecting the Power Cords NOTEMake sure that you do not turn on the power to the controller-drive tray or the connected drive trays until this documentation instructs you to do so. your storage array might be at risk of being acces sed from outside of your network. Procedure Connecting AC Power Cords 1. Make sure that the circuit breakers in the cabinet are turned off. you must use an Ethernet crossover cable. Connecting to independent power sources maintain s power redundancy. Repeat step 1 through step 2 for controller B. 2.

E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 94 LEDs on the E2612 and the E2624 Controller-Drive Tray Things to Know The following topics provide details on the LEDs found on the E2612 and the E262 4 controller-drive tray. Normal status. Turn on both Power switches on each drive tray that is attached to the contro ller-drive tray. NOTEBefore you go to step 2. Depending on your configuration. . 4 Power Green Power is present. Check the LEDs on the front and the rear of the controller-drive tray and the attached drive trays.Service Action Required LED 3. 4. 2 Service Action Required Amber A component within the controller-drive tray needs attention. check the LEDs on the drive trays to verify that th e power was successfully applied to all of the drive trays.Controller-Drive Tray Locate LED 2. 2. LEDs on the Left End Cap Figure 88 LEDs on the Left End Cap 1. If you see any amber LEDs. Wait 30 seconds afte r turning on the power to the drive trays before turning on the power to the con troller-drive tray. Turn on both Power switches on the rear of the controller-drive tray.Power LED 5.Problems in a E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Configuration NOTEYou must turn on the power to all of the connected drive trays before you tu rn on the power for the controller-drive tray. Power is not present. make a note of their location.Controller-Drive Tray Over-Temperature LED 4. 3. The controller-drive tray is not in Standby Power mode. Dependi ng on your configuration. the LEDs on the front and the rear of the trays come on and go off intermittently. Performing this action makes sure that the controllers recognize each attached drive tray. it can take several minutes for the controller-drive tray to complete the power-on proc ess. Normal status. 3 Controller-Drive Tray Over-Temperature Amber The temperature of the controller-drive tray has reached an unsafe level. Normal status. 1.Standby Power LED Table 14 LEDs on the Left End Cap Location LED Color On Off 1 Controller-Drive Tray Locate White Identifies a controller-drive tray that you are trying to find. NOTEWhile the power is being applied to the trays. 5 Standby Power Green The controller-drive tray is in Standby Power mode. it can take several minutes for each drive tray to complete the p ower-on process.

Normal status.Controller Service Action Required LED 13. Off Off The power is turned on. The power is turned off.Drive Service Action Allowed LED Table 15 LEDs on the Drive Location LED Color On Blinking Off 1 Drive Power Green The power is turned on.Host Link 2 Service Action Required LED 8.Ethernet Connector 1 Link Active LED 3.Ethernet Connector 2 Link Rate LED 4.Controller Service Action Allowed LED 12. 3 Drive Service Action Allowed Blue The drive canister can be removed safely from the controller-drive tray.Battery Charging LED 11.Ethernet Connector 1 Link Active LED 5.Battery Service Action Required LED 10.E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 95 LEDs on the Drive Figure 89 LEDs on the Drive 1.Host Link 2 Service Action Allowed LED 9.Cache Active LED 14. Drive I/O activity is taking place. 2 Drive Service Action Required Amber An error has occurred. On Off .Ethernet Connector 1 Link Rate LED 2.Drive Power LED 2.Host Link 1 Service Action Allowed LED 7. and the drive is operating normally. The drive canister cannot be removed safely from the controller-drive tray.Host Link 1 Service Action Required LED 6. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 96 Table 16 Drive State Represented by LEDs LEDs on the Controller Canister Main Faceplate Figure 90 LEDs on the Controller Canister Main Faceplate 1. but Normal operation drive I/O activity is not occurring.Drive Service Action Required LED 3.Seven-Segment Tray ID Table 17 LEDs on the Controller Canister Main Faceplate Drive State Drive Power LED (Green) Drive Service Action Required LED (Amber) Power is not applied.

On On Location LED Color On Off 1 Ethernet Connector 1 Link Rate LED Green There is a 100BASE-T rate. No link error has occurred. The link is not active. No link error has occurred. but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the device connected to the Host IN port connector. 7 Host Link 2 Service Action Required LED Amber At least one of the four PHYs is working.Normal operation Drive I/O activity is occurring. There is a 10BASE-T rate. The link is not active. 2 Ethernet Connector 1 Link Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). 5 Host Link 1 Service Action Required LED Amber At least one of the four PHYs is working. and the drive is offline. 8 Host Link 2 Service Action Allowed LED Green At least one of the four PHYs in the Host IN port is working and a link exists to the device connected to the IN port connector. 3 Ethernet Connector 2 Link Rate LED Green There is a 100BASE-T rate. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 97 4 Ethernet Connector 2 Link Active LED Green The link is up (the LED blinks when there is activity). . There is a 10BASE-T rate. Blinking Off Service action required A fault condition exists. A link error has occurred. 6 Host Link 1 Service Action Allowed LED Green At least one of the four PHYs in the Host IN port is working and a link exists to the device connected to the IN port connector. but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the device connected to the Host IN port connector.

* Cache is inactive or the controller canister has been removed from the controller-drive tray.Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3. 11 Controller Service Action Allowed LED Blue The controller canister can be removed safely from the controller-drive tray.Host Interface Card Link 5 Up LED 6.Expansion Active LED Table 18 LEDs on the Controller Canister Host Interface Card Subplates* Location LED Color On Off 1 Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED . * After an AC power failure. this LED blinks while cache offload is in process. The LED blinks when the battery is charging.Host Interface Card Link 6 Active LED 9.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2. but the E2600 controller-drive tray also supports a four-connector FC HIC and a two-connector SAS HIC with comparable LEDs.Expansion Fault LED 10. 13 Cache Active LED Green Cache is active.Host Interface Card Link 5 Active LED 7. Location LED Color On Off E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 98 LEDs on the Controller Canister Host Interface Card Subplates NOTEThe following figure shows an iSCSI host interface card (HIC).A link error has occurred. Normal status. Figure 91 LEDs on the Controller Canister Host Interface Card Subplates 1.Host Interface Card Link 6 Up LED 8.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 5. The controller canister is operating without a battery or the existing battery has failed. Normal status. 12 Controller Service Action Required LED Amber A fault exists within the controller canister. 9 Battery Service Action Required LED Amber The battery in the controller canister has failed. The controller canister cannot be removed safely from the controller-drive tray. 10 Battery Charging LED Green The battery is fully charged.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 4.

The Ethernet link is down or does not auto-negotiate to 1 Gb/s. . The link is not active. 4 Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). 8 Host Interface Card Link 6 Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). 7 Host Interface Card Link 6 Up LED Green The Ethernet link has auto-negotiated to 1 Gb/s. The Ethernet link is down or does not auto-negotiate to 1 Gb/s. The Ethernet link is down or does not auto-negotiate to 1 Gb/s. The Ethernet link is down or does not auto-negotiate to 1 Gb/s.Standby Power LED 2. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 99 LEDs on the Power-Fan Canister Figure 92 LEDs on the Power-Fan Canister 1.Power-Fan Service Action Required LED 5.Power-Fan AC Power LED 6 Host Interface Card Link 5 Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). 2 Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). The link is not active.Green The Ethernet link has auto-negotiated to 1 Gb/s.Power-Fan Service Action Allowed LED 4. 5 Host Interface Card Link 5 Up LED Green The Ethernet link has auto-negotiated to 1 Gb/s. The link is not active. 3 Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED Green The Ethernet link has auto-negotiated to 1 Gb/s.Power-Fan DC Power LED 3.

Standby Power LED Location LED Color On Off 1 Standby Power Green The controller-drive tray is in Standby mode. 10 Expansion Active LED Green At least one of the four PHYs in the OUT connector is working and a link has been made to the device connected to the Expansion connector. The link is not active. Normal status.Controller-Drive Tray Over-Temperature LED 4. and DC power is available. DC power from the power-fan canister is not available.The link is not active. which also can be a four-port FC HIC or a two-port SA S HIC. 9 Expansion Fault LED Amber At least one of the four PHY is working. 3 Power-Fan Service Action Allowed Blue The power-fan canister can be removed safely from the controller-drive tray. The power-fan canister cannot be removed safely from the controller-drive tray. and DC power is not available. 4 Power-Fan Service . 2 Power-Fan DC Power Green DC power from the power-fan canister is available.Power LED 5. LEDs on the Left End Cap Figure 93 LEDs on the Left End Cap 1.Service Action Required LED 3. * "LEDs on the Controller Canister Host Interface Card Subplates" on page 98 sho ws the four-port iSCSI host interface card (HIC). but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the device connected to the Expansion OUT connector. Location LED Color On Off E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 100 Table 19 LEDs on the Power-Fan Canister LEDs on the E2660 Controller-Drive Tray Things to Know The following topics provide details on the LEDs found on the E2660 controller-d rive tray.Controller-Drive Tray Locate LED 2. The controller-drive tray is not in Standby mode.

3 Controller-Drive Tray Over-Temperature Amber The temperature of the controller-drive tray has reached an unsafe level.Battery Charging LED 11.Seven-Segment Tray ID Location LED Color On Off 1 Controller-Drive Tray Locate White Identifies a controller-drive tray that you are trying to find. Normal status. 4 Power Green Power is present.Ethernet Connector 1 Link Active LED 3. 5 Power-Fan AC Power Green AC power to the power-fan canister is present.Host Link 2 Service Action Required LED 8.Ethernet Connector 1 Link Active LED 5. Power is not present.Action Required Amber A fault exists within the power-fan canister.Battery Service Action Required LED 10.Controller Service Action Allowed LED 12. 5 Standby Power Green The controller-drive tray is in Standby Power mode.Host Link 1 Service Action Allowed LED 7. 2 Ethernet Connector . The controller-drive tray is not in Standby Power mode. Normal status.Controller Service Action Required LED 13.Ethernet Connector 2 Link Rate LED 4. Normal status. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 102 Table 21 LEDs on the Controller Canister Main Faceplate Location LED Color On Off 1 Ethernet Connector 1 Link Rate LED Green There is a 100BASE-T rate.Cache Active LED 14.Ethernet Connector 1 Link Rate LED 2. Normal status.Host Link 2 Service Action Allowed LED 9.Host Link 1 Service Action Required LED 6. 2 Service Action Required Amber A component within the controller-drive tray needs attention. There is a 10BASE-T rate. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 101 Table 20 LEDs on the Left End Cap LEDs on the Controller Canister Main Faceplate Figure 94 LEDs on the Controller Canister Main Faceplate 1. AC power to the power-fan canister is not present.

No link error has occurred. The link is not active.1 Link Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). No link error has occurred. but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the device connected to the Host IN port connector. 7 Host Link 2 Service Action Required LED Amber At least one of the four PHYs is working. 8 Host Link 2 Service Action Allowed LED Green At least one of the four PHYs in the Host IN port is working and a link exists to the device connected to the IN port connector. Normal status. 10 Battery Charging LED Green The battery is fully . 6 Host Link 1 Service Action Allowed LED Green At least one of the four PHYs in the Host IN port is working and a link exists to the device connected to the IN port connector. but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the device connected to the Host IN port connector. 3 Ethernet Connector 2 Link Rate LED Green There is a 100BASE-T rate. A link error has occurred. The link is not active. 4 Ethernet Connector 2 Link Active LED Green The link is up (the LED blinks when there is activity). 9 Battery Service Action Required LED Amber The battery in the controller canister has failed. There is a 10BASE-T rate. 5 Host Link 1 Service Action Required LED Amber At least one of the four PHYs is working. A link error has occurred.

The Ethernet link is down or does not auto-negotiate to 1 Gb/s. 11 Controller Service Action Allowed LED Blue The controller canister can be removed safely from the controller-drive tray. 2 Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). * After an AC power failure.Host Interface Card Link 5 Up LED 6. but t he E2600 controller-drive tray also supports a four-connector FC HIC and a two-c onnector SAS HIC with comparable LEDs.charged. The link is not active.Host Interface Card Link 3 Active LED 3. The controller canister cannot be removed safely from the controller-drive tray. Location LED Color On Off 1 Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED Green The Ethernet link has auto-negotiated to 1 Gb/s. The controller canister is operating without a battery or the existing battery has failed. The LED blinks when the battery is charging. this LED blinks while cache offload is in process.Expansion Active LED Table 22 LEDs on the Controller Canister Host Interface Card Subplates* 12 Controller Service Action Required LED Amber A fault exists within the controller canister.Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED 5. .Host Interface Card Link 5 Active LED 7. 13 Cache Active LED Green Cache is active.Host Interface Card Link 6 Up LED 8.Expansion Fault LED 10.Host Interface Card Link 6 Active LED 9. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 103 LEDs on the Controller Canister Host Interface Card Subplates NOTEThe figure immediately below shows an iSCSI host interface card (HIC). Normal status.Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED 4.Host Interface Card Link 3 Up LED 2. Figure 95 LEDs on the Controller Canister Host Interface Card Subplates 1.* Cache is inactive or the controller canister has been removed from the controller-drive tray.

The Ethernet link is down or does not auto-negotiate to 1 Gb/s. Normal status. 6 Host Interface Card Link 5 Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). 4 Host Interface Card Link 4 Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). 9 Expansion Fault LED Amber At least one of the four PHY is working. The link is not active. 8 Host Interface Card Link 6 Active LED Green The link is up (LED blinks when there is activity). 5 Host Interface Card Link 5 Up LED Green The Ethernet link has auto-negotiated to 1 Gb/s. The Ethernet link is down or does not auto-negotiate to 1 Gb/s. The link is not active. The link is not active.Location LED Color On Off E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 104 3 Host Interface Card Link 4 Up LED Green The Ethernet link has auto-negotiated to 1 Gb/s. 7 Host Interface Card Link 6 Up LED Green The Ethernet link has auto-negotiated to 1 Gb/s. but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the device connected to the Expansion OUT connector. 10 Expansion Active LED Green At least one of the four PHYs in the OUT connector is working and a link has been made to the device connected to the Expansion connector. . The Ethernet link is down or does not auto-negotiate to 1 Gb/s.

Power-Fan Service Action Required LED 5. AC power to the power-fan canister is not present. and DC power is available. 3 Power-Fan Service Action Allowed Blue The power-fan canister can be removed safely from the controller-drive tray. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 106 General Behavior of the LEDs on the E2600 Controller-Drive Things to Know Tray Table 24 LED Symbols and General Behavior LED Symbol Location (Canisters) Function Power Power-fan Interconnect-battery .Power-Fan DC Power LED 3. DC power from the power-fan canister is not available.The link is not active. * "LEDs on the Controller Canister Host Interface Card Subplates" on page 98 sho ws the four-port iSCSI host interface card (HIC). which can also be a four-port FC HIC or a two-port SA S HIC. and DC power is not available. The power-fan canister cannot be removed safely from the controller-drive tray. Location LED Color On Off E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 105 LEDs on the Power-Fan Canister Figure 96 LEDs on the Power-Fan Canister 1. 2 Power-Fan DC Power Green DC power from the power-fan canister is available. 4 Power-Fan Service Action Required Amber A fault exists within the power-fan canister. The controller-drive tray is not in Standby mode. Normal status. 5 Power-Fan AC Power Green AC power to the power-fan canister is present.Power-Fan AC Power LED Table 23 LEDs on the Power-Fan Canister Location LED Color On Off 1 Standby Power Green The controller-drive tray is in Standby mode.Standby Power LED 2.Power-Fan Service Action Allowed LED 4.

E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 107 Locate Front frame On Assists in locating the tray. NOTE The controller canisters do not have a Power LED. Service Action Required (Fault) Drive On When the drive tray LED is on. and all lanes have a link down status. and all lanes have a link up status. Off One of the following conditions exists: ?? No cable is attached. ?? Blinking The battery is charging. no symbol) Power-fan Controller Battery On You can remove the canister safely. but at least one lane has a link down status.?? On The controller has power. Host Channel Connection (iSCSI) Controller The status of the host channel is indicated: ?? L LED on A link is established. ?? A cable is attached. Battery Fault Battery ?? On The battery is missing or has failed. ?? Off The battery is operating normally. ?? Off The controller does not have power. They receive their power from the power supplies inside the power-fan canisters. ?? A cable is attached. Service Action Required (Fault) Controller Power-fan canister On The controller or the power-fan canister needs attention. the cable is attached and at least one lane has a link up status. See Things to Know Service Action Allowed LEDs. Service Action Allowed Drive (left LED. Cache Active Controller The activity of the cache is indicated: . ?? A LED on Activity (data transfer) is present. Off The controller and the power-fan canister are operating normally.

The Servi ce Action Allowed LED also comes on if it is safe to remove the canister. If a controller canister or a power-fan canister fails and must be replaced. Off The temperature of the drive tray is within operational range. a powe r-fan canister. If data availability dependencies exist or other conditions that dictate a canister should not be removed. The Service Action Allowed LED lets you know when you can remove a canister safely. LED Symbol Location (Canisters) Function E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 108 Things to Know Service Action Allowed LEDs Each controller canister. Controller-Drive Tray Over-Temperature Front bezel on the controller-drive tray On The temperature of the drive tray has reached an unsafe condition. if some of the cache memory dual in-line memory modules (DIMMs) are missing in a controller. and battery canister has a Service Action Allowed LED. Standby Power Front bezel on the controller-drive tray On The controller tray is in standby mode and the main DC power is off.?? On Data is in the cache. For example. The Service Action Allowed LED automatically comes on or goes off as conditions change. AC power Power-fan . ?? Off No data is in the cache. the Service Action Allowed LED stays off. In most cases. Seven-Segment ID Diagnostic Display Controller The tray ID or a diagnostic code is indicated (see Things to Know Dynamic Display Sequence Definitions on the Seven-Segment Display ). the Service Action Allowed LED comes on when the Service Action Required (Fault) LED comes on for a canister. or a battery canister unless the appropriate Service Action Allo wed LED is on. Off The controller-drive tray is not in standby mode and the main DC power is on. the Service Action Required (Fault) LED on that canister comes on to indicate that service action is required. power-fan canister. error code L8 appears in the diagnostic display (see Things to Know Supported Diagnostic Lock-Down Codes on the Seven-Segment Display ). ATTENTIONPossible loss of data access Never remove a controller canister.

?? Right LED Off No link exists. Normal status.Drive Tray Locate LED 2. DC power Power-fan NOTE The LED is directly above or below the DC power switch and the DC power connector. ?? Right LED blinking Activity is occurring. Things to Know LEDs on the DE1600 Drive Tray and the DE5600 Drive Tray Figure 97 LEDs on the Left End Cap 1. ?? Right LED On A link is established. Indicates that the power supply is receiving DC power input.Drive Tray Over-Temperature LED 4. LED Symbol Location (Canisters) Function E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 109 NOTEIf the Service Action Required (Fault) LED comes on but the Service Action A llowed LED is off for a particular canister. ?? Left LED Off 100BASE-T or 10BASE-T speed.NOTE The LED is directly above or below the AC power switch and the AC power connector. Indicates that the power supply is receiving AC power input. Normal status. 2 Drive Tray Service Action Required Amber A component within the drive tray needs attention. Check your storage management software to determine the action th at you should take.Drive Tray Power LED 5. Ethernet Speed and Ethernet Activity Controller The speed of the Ethernet ports and whether a link has been established are indicated: ?? Left LED On 1-Gb/s speed. 3 Drive ray T Over-Temperature Amber The temperature of the drive tray has reached an unsafe . you might need to service another c anister first.Drive Tray Standby Power LED Table 25 LEDs on the Left End Cap Location LED Color On Off 1 Drive Tray Locate White Identifies a drive tray that you are trying to find.Drive Tray Service Action Required LED 3.

2 Drive Service Action Required Amber An error has occurred. 5 Drive Tray Standby Power Green The drive tray is in Standby Power mode. On Off Normal operation Drive I/O activity is occurring. but Normal operation drive I/O activity is not occurring. 4 Drive Tray Power Green Power is present. Drive State Drive Power LED (Green) Drive Service Action Required LED (Amber) Power is not applied.ESM Expansion Link Active LED . 3 Drive Service Action Allowed Blue The drive canister can be removed safely from the drive tray. Normal status. The power is turned off.Ethernet Link Active LED 6. Normal status.Host Link 2 Fault LED 4.Host Link 1 Fault LED 2.Drive Service Action Allowed LED Table 26 LEDs on the Drive Table 27 Drive State Represented by LEDs Location LED Color On Blinking Off 1 Drive Power Green The power is turned on. Off Off The power is turned on.ESM Expansion Link Fault LED 8.Drive Service Action Required LED 3. and the drive is operating normally. The drive tray is not in Standby Power mode.level. The drive canister cannot be removed safely from the drive tray. Drive I/O activity is taking place.Ethernet Link Rate LED 7.Host Link 1 Active LED 3.Drive Power LED 2. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 110 Figure 98 LEDs on the Drive 1.Host Link 2 Active LED 5. Power is not present. Blinking Off E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 111 Figure 99 LEDs on the ESM Canister 1.

There is a 10BASE-T rate. No link error has occurred. No link error has occurred. 4 Host Link 2 Active Green At least one of the four PHYs in the IN port is working. 5 Ethernet Link Active Green The link is up. but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the Expansion Out connector. and the drive is offline. 7 ESM Expansion Link Fault Amber At least one of the four PHYs in the Out port is working.ESM Service Action Allowed LED 10. but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the device connected to the Host In port connector. A link error has occurred.ESM Service Action Required LED 11. but another PHY cannot establish the same link to the device connected to the Host IN port connector. 8 ESM Expansion Link Active . and a link exists to the device connected to the Host In connector. On On Location LED Color On Off 1 Host Link 1 Fault Amber At least one PHY of the four connectors is working. (The LED blinks when there is activity.ESM Power LED 12. Normal status. and a link exists to the device connected to the Host In connector. Drive State Drive Power LED (Green) Drive Service Action Required LED (Amber) E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 112 3 Host Link 2 Fault Amber At least one PHY of the four connections is working.Seven-Segment Tray ID Table 28 LEDs on the ESM Canister Service action required A fault condition exists. A link error has occurred. 2 Host Link 1 Active Green At least one of the four PHYs in the In port is working.9. 6 Ethernet Link Rate Green There is a 100BASE-T rate.) The link is not active.

9 ESM Service Action Allowed Blue The ESM can be removed safely from the drive tray.Power-Fan Output DC Power LED 3. 11 ESM Power Green 12V power to the ESM is present. 12 Seven-Segment Tray ID Green See note. NOTE: For more information about the seven-segment tray IDs. and DC power is available. 2 Power-Fan DC Power Green DC power from the power-fan canister is available. 10 ESM Service Action Required Amber A fault exists within the ESM. The ESM cannot be removed safely from the drive tray. see Things to Know Seven Segment Component Failure Identifications for the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray on page 12 1.) Normal status.Power-Fan Service Action Required LED 5. This LED turns off after the software has completed its power up self-test sequence. DC power from the power-fan canister is not available.Green At least one of the four PHYs in the Out port is working.Power-Fan Service Action Allowed LED 4. Location LED Color On Off E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 113 Figure 100 LEDs on the AC Power-Fan Canister 1.Standby Power LED 2. Not applicable. The drive tray is not in Standby mode. Power is not present to the ESM. A link error has occurred. and DC power is not available. (This LED defaults on at power up. 3 Power-Fan Service Action Allowed .Power-Fan Input AC Power LED Table 29 LEDs on the Power-Fan Canister Location LED Color On Off 1 Standby Power Green The drive tray is in Standby mode. and a link exists to the device connected to the Expansion Out connector.

Drive Tray Over-Temperature LED 4.Seven-Segment Tray ID Table 31 LEDs on the ESM Canister .Drive Tray Locate LED 2.Blue The power-fan canister can be removed safely from the drive tray.ESM Power LED 8. 3 Drive Tray Over-Temperature Amber The temperature of the drive tray has reached an unsafe level. Normal status.ESM Link LED (Port 1A Data Rate) 3. 5 Power-Fan AC Power Green AC power to the power-fan canister is present. AC power to the power-fan canister is not present.ESM Service Action Allowed LED 6.Drive Tray Service Action Required LED 3. Normal status. 2 Drive Tray Service Action Required Amber A component within the drive tray needs attention.ESM Link LED (Port 1B Data Rate) 5.Drive Tray Power LED 5. The drive tray is not in Standby Power mode. 4 Power-Fan Service Action Required Amber A fault exists within the power-fan canister. Normal status.ESM Service Action Required LED 7. The power-fan canister cannot be removed safely from the drive tray.Drive Tray Standby Power LED Table 30 LEDs on the Left End Cap Location LED Color On Off 1 Drive Tray Locate White Identifies a drive tray that you are trying to find. 5 Drive Tray Standby Power Green The drive tray is in Standby Power mode. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 114 Things to Know LEDs on the DE6600 Drive Tray Figure 102 LEDs on the Left End Cap 1.ESM Link Fault LED (Port 1A Bypass) 2. Power is not present. 4 Drive Tray Power Green Power is present.ESM Link Fault LED (Port 1B Bypass) 4. Normal status. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 115 Figure 103 LEDs on the ESM Canister 1.

No link error has occurred. A link error has occurred. The ESM cannot be removed safely from the drive tray.Fan Service Action Allowed LED Location LED Color On Off 1 Power Standby Power Green The drive tray is in Standby mode and DC power is not available. 6 ESM Service Action Required Amber A fault exists within the ESM. 8 Seven-Segment Tray ID Green For more information. 7 ESM Power Green Power to the ESM is present. 4 ESM Link Fault (Port 1B) Amber A link error has occurred. . The drive tray is not in Standby mode and DC power is available.Power Standby Power LED 2. Power is not present to the ESM. see Things to Know Seven-Segment Display for the Drive Trays on page 126.Fan Service Action Required LED 3. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 116 Figure 104 LEDs on the Power Canister 1. Not applicable.Power AC Power LED Table 32 LEDs on the Power Canister Figure 105 LEDs on the Fan Canister 1. 2 ESM Link (Port 1A) Green The link is up. A link error has occurred.Power Service Action Required LED 5.Fan Power LED 2.Location LED Color On Off 1 ESM Link Fault (Port 1A Bypass) Amber A link error has occurred. 3 ESM Link (Port 1B Bypass) Green The link is up.Power Service Action Allowed LED 4. 5 ESM Service Action Allowed Blue The ESM can be removed safely from the drive tray. No link error has occurred. Normal status. 2 Power DC Power Green DC power from the power canister is available.Power DC Power LED 3.

Location LED Color On Blinking Off 1 Drive Drawer Service Action . 4 Power Service Action Required Amber A fault exists within the power canister. 2 Fan Service Action Required Amber A fault exists within the fan canister.Drive Drawer Status Service Action Allowed LED 3.Drive 8 Activity LED 11.Drive 12 Activity LED Table 34 LEDs on the Drawer Location LED Color On Off 1 Fan Power Green Power from the fan canister is available. Normal status.Drive 3 Activity LED 6.Drive 6 Activity LED 9.Drive 5 Activity LED 8.Drive Drawer Status Service Action Required LED 2. AC power to the power canister is not present. Normal status.Drive 4 Activity LED 7.Drive 2 Activity LED 5. 5 Power AC Power Green AC power to the power canister is present. 3 Power Service Action Allowed Blue The power canister can be removed safely from the drive tray.Drive 10 Activity LED 13.DC power from the power canister is not available. Power to the fan customer-replaceable unit (CRU) is available. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 117 Table 33 LEDs on the Fan Canister LEDs on the DE6600 Drive Drawers LEDs on the Drawer 1.Drive 7 Activity LED 10. The fan canister cannot be removed safely from the drive tray.Drive 9 Activity LED 12. 3 Fan Service Action Allowed Blue The fan canister can be removed safely from the drive tray.Drive 1 Activity LED 4. The power canister cannot be removed safely from the drive tray.Drive 11 Activity LED 14.

3 14 Drive Activity for drives 1 through 12 in the drive drawer Green The power is turned on. Drive I/O activity is taking place.Drive Service Action Required LED 2 Drive or Drawer Service Action Required Amber An error has occurred. Off Off Normal operation The power is turned on. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 118 Table 35 Drive State Represented by the LEDs LEDs on the DE6600 Drives Figure 106 LEDs on the DE6600 Drive 1. Normal status. 2 Drive Drawer Service Action Allowed Blue The drive canister can be removed safely from the drive drawer in the drive tray.Drive Service Action Allowed LED 2. Blinking Off Service action required A fault condition exists. and the drive is offline. On On Location LED Color On Blinking Off E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 119 Table 36 LEDs on the Drives . Normal status. The power is turned off.Required Amber An error has occurred. Drive State Drive Activity LED (Green) Drive Service Action Required LED (Amber) Power is not applied. but drive I/O activity is not occurring. On O ff Normal operation Drive I/O activity is occurring. The drive canister cannot be removed safely from the drive drawer in the drive tray. and the drive is operating normally.

Blinking Off Service action required A fault condition exists. Off Power is not applied to the drive tray or the canister. and the drive is offline. On On LED Symbol Location General Behavior Power Drive tray ESM canister Power-fan canister On Power is applied to the drive tray or the canister. The drive canister cannot be removed safely from the drive drawer in the drive tray. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 120 Standby Power Front bezel on the . Off The temperature of the drive tray is within operational range. Off Off The power is turned on. On Normal operation Drive I/O activity is occurring. but Normal operation drive I/O activity is not occurring. 2 Drive or Drawer Service Action Required Amber An error has occurred.Table 37 Drive State Represented by the LEDs General Behavior of the LEDs on the Drive Trays Table 38 LED Symbols and General Behavior Location LED Color On Blinking Off 1 Drive Drawer Service Action Allowed Blue The drive canister can be removed safely from the drive drawer in the drive tray. Drive Tray Locate Front bezel on the drive tray On or blinking Indicates the drive tray that you are trying to find. Drive Tray Over-Temperature Front bezel on the drive tray On The temperature of the drive tray has reached an unsafe condition. Drive State Drive Activity LED (Green) Drive Service Action Required LED (Amber) Power is not applied. Normal status.

Service Action Required (Fault) ESM canister Power-fan canister Drive On When the drive tray LED is on. and the main DC power is off. or the cable is attached and all lanes have a link-down status. Link Up Two LEDs above each expansion connector ESM canister On The cable is attached and at least one lane has a link-up status. Off Regulated DC power from the power-fan canister is not present. and the drive are operating normally. or the cable is attached and all lanes have a link-down status. and the main DC power is on. or the drive. LED Symbol Location General Behavior E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 121 . Off Do not remove the ESM canister. The drive has an LED but no symbol. Link Service Action Required (Fault) ESM canister On The cable is attached and at least one lane has a link-up status. the cable is attached and all lanes have a link-up status. Off The drive tray is not in Standby mode. a component within the drive tray needs attention. the power-fan canister.drive tray On The drive tray is in Standby mode. On The ESM canister. the power-fan canister. Off The cable is not attached. Off The cable is not attached. Off The ESM canister. or the drive. Service Action Allowed ESM canister Power-fan canister Drive On It is safe to remove the ESM canister. the power-fan canister. DC Power Power-fan canister On Regulated DC power from the power canister and the fan canister is present. The drive has an LED but no symbol. Off AC power is not present. AC Power ESM canister Power-fan canister On AC power is present. but one lane has a link-down status. or the drive needs attention. the power-fan canister.

) Operational state OS+ ?? OL+ = Offline. 4 No codes display. and the Diagnostic LED is off. Notes: 1 A two-digit code that starts a dynamic display sequence. Table 40 Sequence Code Definitions for the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Component Seven-Segment Display Used in this Controller State (Code) Power-on Diagnostics Suspended Operational Processor DIMM (Px +) yes yes no Cache DIMM (CX +) yes yes no Host Card (HX +) yes yes yes Flash Drive (FX +) no no yes Battery no no no Category delimiter The separator between category-detail code pairs is used when more than one category detail code pair exists in the sequence. ?? Cx = Cache DIMM. . ?? bb+ = Battery backup (operating on batteries). (See Things to Know Lock-Down Codes for the Controller-Drive Tray on page 123. ?? CF+ = Component failure. Category Category Code (See Note 1) Detail Codes (See Note 2) Startup error SE+ (See Note 3) ?? 88+ Power-on default ?? dF+ Power-on diagnostic fault ?? Sx Power-on validation error E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 122 Operational error OE+ Lx+ Lock-down codes. Component failure CF+ ?? dx+ = Processor or cache DIMM. ?? OH + CPU temperature exceeds the warning level. End-of-sequence delimiter The end-of-sequence delimiter is automatically inserted by the hardware at the end of a code sequence. 3 The plus (+) sign indicates that a two-digit code displays with the Diagnostic LED on. the tray ID display on each controller canister display s the controller-drive tray ID. ?? Hx+ = Host interface card. ?? Px+ = Processor DIMM. Table 39 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Failure Identifications Things to Know Seven Segment Display Sequence Code Definitions During normal operation.Things to Know Seven Segment Component Failure Identifications for the E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Use the Seven Segment display values to identify component. 2 A two-digit code that follows the category code with more specific information . The Diagnostic LED (lower-digit decimal point) comes on when the display is used for diagnostic codes and goes off when the display is used to show the tray ID.

8. . Table 41 Supported Diagnostic Lock-Down Codes on the Seven-Segment Display Diagnostic Code Description The firmware is booting. End-of-sequence delimiter blank (See Note 4) The end-of-sequence delimiter is automatically inserted by the hardware at the end of a code sequence. 2 A two-digit code that follows the category code with more specific information . The controller can be in a non-operation state as a result of a configuration pr oblem (such as mismatched controller types) or as a result of a hardware fault.) Category delimiter dash+ The separator between category-detail code pairs is used when more than one category detail code pair exists in the sequence. bb The ESM B firmware is in the process of booting (the diagnostic indicator is not yet set). AA The ESM A firmware is in the process of booting (the diagnostic indicator is not yet set). Notes: 1 A two-digit code that starts a dynamic display sequence.. or 88 This ESM is being held in reset by another ESM. 8. and the Diagnostic LED is off. 3 The plus (+) sign indicates that a two-digit code displays with the Diagnostic LED on. L4 A persistent data protection error has occurred. 4 No codes display. which results in a suspended controller state.?? Fx+ = Flash drive. L5 An auto-code synchronization (ACS) failure has been detected. these diagnostics appear only when the cont roller is in a non-operational state. L2 A persistent memory error has occurred. which results in a suspended controller state. ?? bl + Base Controller Card Diagnostic failure dE+ Lx+ = Lock-down codes (See Things to Know Lock-Down Codes for the Controller-Drive Tray on page 123 and Things to Know Seven-Segment Display Use Cases on page 124. L0 The controller types are mismatched. which result in a suspended controller state. . which results in a suspended controller state. which results in a suspended controller state. In general. Category Category Code (See Note 1) Detail Codes (See Note 2) E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 123 Lock-Down Codes for the Controller-Drive Tray Things to Know Use the following table to determine the diagnostic lock-down code definitions o n the Seven-Segment Display in the controller canister. the non-operational state is the result of a hardware fault. If the amber Controller Service Actio n Required LED is on. L3 A persistent hardware error has occurred.

LP Drive port mapping tables are not detected. LL The controller cannot access either midplane SBB EEP-ROM. which result in a suspended controller state. OS+ OL+ blank?? The controller is operating on batteries (cache backup). which results in a suspended controller state. E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 124 Things to Know Seven-Segment Display Use Cases Use the following table displays both startup errors and operation errors that c an be used to point to a component failure. OS+ bb+ blank?? The CPU temperature has exceeded the warning level. Lb A host interface card configuration error has been detected. xy. Table 42 Seven-Segment Display Uses Cases with Repeating Sequences LH A controller firmware mismatch has been detected. ?? Failed host interface card OS+ CF+ HX+ blankDiagnostic Code Description E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 125 ?? Failed flash drive OS+ CF+ Fx+ blankUse Cases Repeating Sequence . LC A persistent cache backup configuration error has been detected. which results in a suspended controller state. L8 A memory configuration error has occurred. which results in a suspended controller state. which results in a suspended controller state. OS+ Sd+ blank?? The controller is placed in reset while displaying the tray ID. LU The start-of-day (SOD) reboot limit has been exceeded. L7 A sub-model identifier either has not been set or has been mismatched. Lr A non field replaceable unit has been replaced. which results in a suspended controller state. which results in a suspended controller state. which results in a suspended controller state. LE Uncertified cache memory DIMM sizes have been detected. which results in a suspended controller state. LF The controller has locked down in a suspended state with limited symbol support. Use Cases Repeating Sequence Use Case: Controller power-on ?? Normal power-on controller insertion ?? Controller inserted while held in reset SE+ 88+ blankUse Cases Repeating Sequence Use Case: Operational states ?? Normal operation. which results in a suspended controller state. which results in a suspended controller state. which results in a suspended controller state. OS+ OH+ blankUse Cases Repeating Sequence Use Case: Component failure when the controller is operational. Ln A canister is not valid for a controller.(static controller tray ID) ?? Start-of-day (SOD) processing. which results in a suspended controller state. which results in a suspended controller state.L6 An unsupported host interface card has been detected. L9 A link speed mismatch condition has been detected in either the ESM or the power supply. Ld A mixed cache memory DIMMs condition has been detected.

Use Case: Power-on diagnostic failure ?? A component that is not a field replaceable unit failure has been detected. ?? Persistent processor DIMM error correcting code (ECC) errors have been detected. SE+ dF+ dash+ CF+ Cx + blank?? A processor DIMM or a cache memory DIMM failure has been detected. ?? A cache memory diagnostic failure has been detected. and all seven segments of both digits come on. OE+ L2+ dash+ CF+ CX+ blank?? Persistent cache DIMM ECC errors have been detected. SE+ dF+ blank?? A processor DIMM failure has been detected. the Diagnostic LED. OE+ LC+ blankUse Cases Repeating Sequence E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 126 Things to Know Seven-Segment Display for the Drive Trays During normal operation. The Diagnostic LED (lower-digit decimal point) comes on when the display is used for diagnostic cod es and goes off when the display is used to show the tray ID. dE+ L2+ dash+ CF+ Cx + . NOTEIf a power-on or reset occurs. SE+ LC+ dash+ CF+ Fx + blankUse Cases Repeating Sequence Use Case: Controller is suspended and there are no other errors to report. SE+ dF+ dash+ CF+ Px + blank?? A cache memory DIMM failure has been detected. ?? The write-protect switch is set during cache restore. OE+ L2+ dash+ CF+ CX+ blankUse Cases Repeating Sequence Use Case: The controller has been suspended as a result of persistent cache backup configuration errors. the tray ID display on each ESM displays the drive tray ID. ?? All lockdown conditions OE+ Lx+ blankUse Cases Repeating Sequence Use Case: The controller is suspended because of component errors. SE+ dF+ dash+ CF+ Hx + blank?? An incorrect number of cache backup devices have been detected. OE+ L2+ dash+ CF+ CX+ blank?? Persistent processor or cache DIMM ECC errors have been detected. Table 43 Supported Diagnostic Codes on the ESM ?? The memory size changed with dirty data in the flash drives. SE+ dF+ dash+ CF+ dx + blank?? A host interface card failure has been detected. OE+ LC+ dd+ blankUse Cases Repeating Sequence Use Case: The controller has been suspended as a result of diagnostic errors. The Diagnos tic LED remains on until the drive tray ID appears. the Heartbeat LED (upperdigit decimal point).

or 88 This ESM is being held in reset by another ESM. L3 A persistent hardware error has occurred. 8. if not installed and used in accord ance with the instructions. and can radiate radio frequency energy and. H5 A midplane harness failure has been detected in the drive tray. L0 The ESM types are mismatched. Look for the SFP transceiver with a blinking amber LED. H4 This ESM cannot communicate with the alternate ESM. Secondary trunking SFP transceiver slots 2A and 2B are not supported. and it operates in a Degraded state. H3 The maximum number of ESM reboot attempts has been exceeded. H8 SFP transceivers are present in currently unsupported ESM slots. LL The midplane SBB VPD EEPROM cannot be accessed. AA ESM A firmware is in the process of booting (the diagnostic indicator is not yet set). in which case the user will be required to correct the interferen ce at his/her own expense.blank?? A base controller diagnostic failure has been detected.. H9 A non-catastrophic hardware failure has occurred. The ESM is operating in a Degraded state. LP Drive port mapping tables are not found. may cause harmful interference to radio communicatio ns. either 2A or 2B. H2 The ESM configuration is invalid or incomplete. Ln The ESM canister is not valid for this drive tray. pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (F CC) Rules. H0 An ESM Fibre Channel interface failure has occurred. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against ha rmful interference in a commercial installation. J0 The ESM canister is incompatible with the drive tray firmware. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference. H6 An ESM firmware failure has been detected. uses. dE+ L3+ dash+ CF+ b2 + blankDiagnostic Code Description The firmware is booting.8. . and remove it. L2 A persistent memory error has occurred. Look for the SFP transceiver with the blinking amber LED. This equipment generates. bb ESM B firmware is in the process of booting (the diagnostic indicator is not yet set). Use Cases Repeating Sequence E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide 127 H1 An SFP transceiver speed mismatch (a 2-Gb/s SFP transceiver is installed when the drive tray is operating at 4 Gb/s) indicates that an SFP transceiver must be replaced. Diagnostic Code Description 128 E2600 Controller-Drive Tray Installation Guide Regulatory Compliance Statement FCC-1 Regulatory Compliance Statements FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device. L9 An over-temperature condition has been detected in either the ESM or the power supply. . dE+ L3+ dash+ CF+ b1 + blank?? A base controller IOC diagnostic failure has been detected.

This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interferen ce-Causing Equipment Regulations. Inc. All optical transceivers used with this product are required to be 21 CFR certified Class 1 laser products.10.is not responsible for any damage or injury caused by unauthorized m odification of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting ca bles and equipment other than those specified by NetApp. substit ution. This class includes all lasers or laser systems whic h cannot emit levels of optical radiation above the exposure limits for the eye under any exposure conditions inherent in the design of the laser products. or attachment. FCC-2 Regulatory Compliance Statement Copyright © 2012 NetApp.NetApp. or attachment. Inc. substitution. For outside the USA.is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused b y unauthorized modification of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than those specified by NetApp. Laser Products Statement This equipment uses Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) optical transceivers. It is the user s responsi bility to correct interference caused by such unauthorized modification. Inc. . NetApp. Sectio n 1040.Cet appareil numérique de la classé A respecte tout es les exigences du Règlement sure le matèriel brouilleur du Canada. All rights reserved. Subchapter J. Class 1 levels of laser radiation are not considered to be hazardous and are considered safe based upon current medical knowledge. this equipment has b een tested and found compliant with Class 1 laser product requirements contained in European Normalization standard EN 60825-1 1994+A11. whic h are unmodified Class 1 laser products pursuant to 21 CFR. It is t he user s responsibility to correct interference caused by such unauthorized modif ication.

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