Safety and environmental notices Review the safety notices, environmental notices, and electronic emission notices for IBM ESS expansion (5147-106) before you install and use the product. Suitability for telecommunication environment: This product is not intended to connect directly or indirectly by any means whatsoever to interfaces of public telecommunications networks.
Familiarize yourself with the IBM Safety Notices publication G229-9054, which is included with your product. DANGER When working on or around the system, observe the following precautions: Electrical voltage and current from power, telephone, and communication cables are hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard: ®...
DANGER Heavy equipment—personal injury or equipment damage might result if mishandled. (D006) DANGER Professional movers are to be used for all relocation activities. Serious injury or death may occur if systems are handled and moved incorrectly. (D008) DANGER Serious injury or death can occur if loaded lift tool falls over or if a heavy load falls off the lift tool.
(R001 part 2 of 2): CAUTION: v Do not install a unit in a rack where the internal rack ambient temperatures will exceed the manufacturer's recommended ambient temperature for all your rack-mounted devices. v Do not install a unit in a rack where the air flow is compromised. Ensure that air flow is not blocked or reduced on any side, front, or back of a unit used for air flow through the unit.
CAUTION: High levels of acoustical noise are (or could be under certain circumstances) present. Use approved hearing protection and/ or provide mitigation or limit exposure. (L018) xiii Safety and environmental notices...
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CAUTION: The weight of this part or unit is more than 55 kg (121.2 lb). It takes specially trained persons, a lifting device, or both to safely lift this part or unit. (C011) The following artwork might be only a draft. The use of certification marks on a product must be authorized by the respective National Certification Bodies (NCBs) that own the marks.
v Unplug all cords and cables from the enclosure. v Remove all DDIC modules from both drawers and make sure the drawers are closed firmly and locked shut. See "Locking drawers." Use a minimum of three people to lift the enclosure. CAUTION: A fully configured enclosure weighs up to 135kg (298lb).
CAUTION: A hot surface nearby. (L007) Installation and User Guide - Model 084...
Figure 3. Compliance label with safety warning label CAUTION: Before removing a PSU module, disconnect the power cord from that module. Otherwise, modules at the rear of the enclosure are hot-swappable. Do not use open drawers to support any other equipment. Figure 4.
Important: The enclosure must be grounded before applying power. The plug on the power supply cord is used as the main disconnect device. Ensure that the socket outlets are located near the equipment and are easily accessible. CAUTION: When powered by multiple AC sources, unplug all power supplies to ensure disconnection. DANGER Do not remove covers from the enclosure or any of the modules.
DANGER HIGH LEAKAGE CURRENT. Earth connection essential before connecting supply. CAUTION: The PSUs contain double pole/neutral fusing. Ensure that your electrical installation can support this type of fusing. Important: If the enclosure is equipped with I/O modules having an RJ45 socket, that socket is for Ethernet connection only and must not be connected to a telecommunications network.
DANGER: Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. (L002) CAUTION: Do not pull out more than one drawer at a time. The rack might become unstable if you pull out more than one drawer at a time. (L024) Electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions Fit and check a suitable anti-static wrist or ankle strap and observe all conventional ESD precautions when handling plug-in modules and components.
Figure 6. Enclosure: rear view The enclosure core product The IBM ESS expansion design concept is based on an enclosure subsystem together with a set of plug-in modules. A typical enclosure system for direct dock comprises: v An enclosure chassis comprising the following parts: –...
Important: To ensure correct airflow and cooling, all PSU bays and cooling module bays must contain a functioning unit. If the enclosure is run with a single SBB I/O module, the other I/O module bay must be filled with a blank module. Each row of drive bays must be completely empty or completely full. Figure 7.
v The drawer locks into place when opened all the way. To reduce pinching hazards, two latches must be released before the drawer can be pushed back in. Power and data are sent via three baseplanes and two sideplanes. Each drawer can be locked shut by turning both anti-tamper locks clockwise using a screwdriver with a Torx T20 bit (see Figure 7 on page 11).
v SAS carrier transition card. Figure 9. A disk drive in carrier (DDIC) The following hard disk drives are supported: v 3.5” 7200rpm SAS drive The following solid state drives are supported: v 2.5” SAS solid state drive with 3.5” adapter Note: SSD drives are supported only for logtip backup.
Operator’s panel The front of the enclosure features an operator’s (ops) panel (shown in Figure 2–6) on the left-hand side which contains the following: v Unit Identification Display. v Mute/Input button. v Power On/Standby LED (green/amber). v Module Fault LED (amber). v Logical Status LED (amber).
Power On/Standby LED (green/amber) Shows amber when the system is in standby (not operational). Shows green when the system is on (operational). Module Fault LED (amber) Shows amber when there is a system hardware fault. Additionally, an LED may be lit on a PSU, drawer, DDIC, cooling module, or I/O module that helps you identify which component is at fault.
The back of the PSU has a power switch, three status LEDs and a socket for the power cord, as shown in the following figure. Figure 12. PSU LEDs Cooling module The five cooling modules at the rear of the enclosure maintain all system components below their maximum temperature, assuming the ambient temperature is below 95°...
Figure 13. Cooling module System airflow The system must be operated with low pressure rear exhaust installation. Back pressure created by the rack doors and obstacles is not to exceed 5 pascals (0.5mm water gauge). The cooling system provides sufficient capacity to ensure that maximum temperatures are not exceeded. The minimum open area for the rack doors is 70%.
Figure 14. 6Gb/s SAS EBOD module The system can operate with one or two modules. If the enclosure is run with a single module, the other I/O module bay must be filled with a blank module. The presence of I/O modules is checked when the power is switched on.
Figure 15. Unpacking the system Installation First, install the rail kit, then install the modules. Installing the rail kit CAUTION: An unpopulated enclosure can weigh up to 46kg (101lb). Do not try to lift it by yourself. Due to the weight of the enclosure, install it without the drive carriers. The adjustment range of the rail kit, from the inside of the front post to the inside of the rear post is 660mm - 840mm.
1. To facilitate access, remove the door from the rack. 2. Ensure the pre-assembled rails are at their shortest length. 3. Locate the rail location pins inside the front of the rack and extend the length of the rail assembly to enable the rear location pins to locate.
Figure 17. Rear enclosure mounting 3. The sliding nut head must always face away from the enclosure, whichever configuration is used. CAUTION: Use only the power cords supplied or cords that match the specification in Appendix B, "AC power cords." CAUTION: After the enclosure is installed in the rack, dispose of the lifting straps.
Important: When more than one PSU is fitted, connect each PSU to separate and independent supplies to guarantee redundancy. CAUTION: Always remove the power connections before you remove the PSU from the enclosure. DANGER: Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple power cords. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords.
v All the supplied plug-in modules must be in place for the air to flow correctly around the enclosure and also to complete the internal circuitry. Each row of drive bays must be completely empty or completely full. v If the enclosure system is used with modules missing for more than a few minutes, the enclosure can overheat, causing power failure and data loss.
Ops panel LEDs Ops panel LEDs indicate fault and status conditions. The following table shows the possible conditions for the LEDs. Table 1. Ops panel LEDs Power On/Standby Constant green: power is on Constant amber: system is in standby (not operational) Module Fault Constant or flashing amber: fault Logical Status...
4. Shut down the enclosure by switching off all the power swtiches of the installed PSUs. When the enclosure has to be powered down to perform service actions, follow the instructions provided by IBM service. Locking drawers A drawer can be locked shut by using a screwdriver with a Torx T20 bit to rotate both anti-tamper locks until the red arrows point away from the center of the enclosure.
Elastic Storage Server Appendix of Elastic Storage Server Deploying the Elastic Storage Server Guide. ™ See subsection Disk Enclosure and HBA cabling in chapter Setting up IBM Spectrum Scale RAID in the Elastic Storage Server Spectrum Scale RAID Administration Guide.
PSU LEDs Figure 21. PSU LEDs Table 2. PSU LED states AC Missing PSU Fail (Amber) (Amber) Power (Green) Status No AC power to either PSU. PSU present, but not supplying power or PSU alert state (usually due to critical temperature). Main AC present, switch on.
Cooling module LEDs Figure 22. Cooling module LEDs Table 3. Cooling module LED descriptions Description Module OK Constant green indicates that the fan is working correctly. Off means the fan has failed. Follow the procedure in "Replacing a Cooling Module." Battery Fault Not currently used.
Figure 23. Operator’s panel LEDs Table 4. Ops panel LED descriptions Display/LED Description Unit Identification Display Usually shows the identification number for the enclosure, but can be used for other purposes. Power On/Standby LED Amber if the system is in standby. Green if the system has full power.
Drawer LEDs The following figure shows the names and locations of the disk drawer LEDs. Figure 24. Drawer LEDs (left sideplane only) Table 5. Drawer LED descriptions Description Sideplane OK/Power Good Green if the sideplane card is working and there are no power problems. Drawer Fault Amber if a drawer component has failed.
Figure 25. Drive Fault LED SBB I/O Module LEDs The following figure shows the LEDs on the 6 Gb/s SAS EBOD SBB I/O module. Figure 26. SBB I/O module LEDs Table 6. 6Gb/s SAS EBOD I/O Module LED Descriptions Description I/O Module OK Constant green if the I/O module is operating correctly.
Thermal sensors Thermal sensors throughout the enclosure and its components monitor the thermal health of the storage system. Exceeding the limits of critical values will cause the Over-temperature alarm to occur. Troubleshooting The following sections describe problems that can occur with your storage systems and some possible solutions.
Ensure that you have obtained a replacement module of the same type before removing any faulty module. Important: Only replace a module when it has been instructed by IBM service. Unplanned replacement of modules can lead to loss or access of data. When a module is removed for service, replace it immediately.
The drawer sideplanes can be hot-swapped in the field. Replacement of the sideplanes requires a special tool and should be carried out by service personnel only. Refer to the IBM ESS Expansion Hot Swap Side Card - Quick Installation Guide for full instructions.
Opening a drawer 1. Make sure the anti-tamper locks are not engaged. The red arrows on the locks will point inwards if the locks are disengaged (see the following figure). Unlock them if necessary by rotating them counterclockwise using a screwdriver with a Torx T20 bit. Figure 27.
Closing a drawer 1. Press and hold both of the black latches on the sides of the drawer (see the following figure). Figure 29. Drawer latch 2. Push the drawer in slightly. 3. Release the black latches and check they have returned to their original position. 4.
Figure 30. Drive location plan Note: Some enclosure management features identify drive bays using a 1-based count (1–84) while others use a 0-based count (0–83). For more information, contact the storage provider. 2. Open the relevant drawer using the instructions in "Opening a Drawer." 3.
Figure 31. Removing a DDIC 5. Pull the drive upward and out of the drawer. Important: If you are not going to replace the drive immediately, close the drawer (see "Closing a Drawer") so that correct airflow and cooling are maintained in the enclosure. Inserting a DDIC Important: Failed drives must be replaced with approved drives.
Figure 33. Latch position of a correctly inserted drive 5. Close the drawer using the instructions in section Closing a Drawer. Note: The drawers must be populated with drives in whole rows at a time (there are 3 rows of 14 drives per drawer).
Figure 34. Cooling module LEDs 2. As shown in the following two figures, push down and hold the red release latch (1) and pull the module out by its handle (2). Figure 35. Removing a Cooling Module (1) Chapter 6. Module replacement...
Figure 36. Removing a Cooling Module (2) Important: The cooling module bay must not be empty for more than two minutes while the enclosure is powered up. Inserting a cooling module 1. Rotate the cooling module so that the black release latch and handle are on the right side. 2.
Figure 37. Removing a PSU module (1) Figure 38. Removing a PSU Module (2) Important: The PSU module bay must not be empty for more than two minutes while the enclosure is powered up. Chapter 6. Module replacement...
Inserting a PSU 1. Ensure the PSU is switched off. 2. Rotate the PSU so that the red release latch and handle are on the left side. 3. Slide the PSU into its slot until the latch clicks home. 4. Connect the AC power cord. 5.
Figure 40. Removing a module (1). (6Gb/s SAS EBOD module shown) Figure 41. Removing an I/O module (2) Chapter 6. Module replacement...
4. Pull the module out of the enclosure (2). Important: The SBB I/O module bay must not be empty for more than two minutes while the enclosure is powered. Inserting an SBB I/O module 1. Rotate the SBB I/O module so that the release latch is at the bottom. 2.
Thermal The table shows the specifications for the thermal sensors. Table 11. Thermal specifications Specification Quantity Thermal sensors 2 per sideplane (2 sideplanes per drawer) 2 per drawer baseplane (front) 1 per drawer baseplane (middle/rear) 2 per power supply Number in SBB I/O module is dependent on module type Airflow with all fans running 120 liters/second maximum Temperature and humidity...
Table 14. Supported drives for enclosure Type Description Hard disk drives (HDD) 4TB Enterprise HDD (IBM Part number: 00LY449) 8TB Enterprise HDD (IBM Part number: 00LY450) 10TB Enterprise HDD (IBM Part number: 00LY453) Solid State Drives (SSD) 800GB SDD (IBM Part number: 00LY451) Shock and vibration tolerance The table shows the shock tolerance for the enclosure.
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Environmental and Recycling RoHS and JIG A The IBM ESS expansion Model 084 enclosure is manufactured from RoHS compliant materials and components, in accordance with EU Directives 2002/95/EC and 2011/65/EU. Additionally, this enclosure does not contain any substances or materials listed in Annex A of Joint Industry Guide JIG-101, Material Composition Declaration for Electronic Products (also known as 'JIG A Materials').
The IBM ESS expansion Model 084 enclosure has been designed to comply with this directive in the future. An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has been completed to provide information to support future compliance.
Packaging The IBM ESS expansion Model 084 enclosure complies with the Packaging (Essential Requirements) Regulations 2003. The design minimizes the amount of packaging used, and the packaging is designed for reuse, recovery or recycling, to reduce the environmental impact of packaging waste.
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