Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS HX2000 Replacement Manual
Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS HX2000 Replacement Manual

Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS HX2000 Replacement Manual

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  • Page 1 A3CA08733-A309-01 Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS HX2000 and AX2100 systems Replacing the chassis...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

     | Contents | Contents Workflow diagram..................3 Replacing the chassis..................4 Shutting down the controllers when replacing a chassis............... 4 Shutting down the node......................4 Shutting down a node in a two-node MetroCluster configuration..........5 Swapping out a power supply........................ 6 Removing the controller module......................6 Moving drives to the new chassis......................
  • Page 3: Workflow Diagram

    Workflow diagram This diagram shows the workflow of the chassis replacement procedure.
  • Page 4: Replacing The Chassis

    • This procedure is written with the assumption that you are moving all drives and controller module or modules to the new chassis, and that the chassis is a new component from Fujitsu. • This procedure is disruptive. For a two-node cluster, you will have a complete service outage and a partial outage in a multi-node cluster.
  • Page 5: Shutting Down A Node In A Two-Node Metrocluster Configuration

     | Replacing the chassis | the beginning of this procedure. If repeated attempts to cleanly shut down the node fail, be aware that you might lose any data that was not saved to disk. 3. Where applicable, halt the second node to avoid a possible quorum error message in an HA pair configuration:: system node halt -node second_node_name -ignore-quorum-warnings true Shutting down a node in a two-node MetroCluster configuration...
  • Page 6: Swapping Out A Power Supply

     | Replacing the chassis | mcc1A::> metrocluster heal -phase root-aggregates [Job 137] Job succeeded: Heal Root Aggregates is successful If the healing is vetoed, you have the option of reissuing the metrocluster heal command with the -override-vetoes parameter. If you use this optional parameter, the system overrides any soft vetoes that prevent the healing operation.
  • Page 7: Moving Drives To The New Chassis

     | Replacing the chassis | Procedure 1. If you are not already grounded, properly ground yourself. 2. Loosen the hook and loop strap binding the cables to the cable management device, and then unplug the system cables and SFPs (if needed) from the controller module, keeping track of where the cables were connected.
  • Page 8: Replacing A Chassis From Within The Equipment Rack Or System Cabinet

     | Replacing the chassis | Attention: When removing a drive, always use two hands to support its weight. Attention: Drives are fragile. Handle them as little as possible to prevent damage to them. 3. Align the drive from the old chassis with the same bay opening in the new chassis. 4.
  • Page 9: Verifying And Setting The Ha State Of The Chassis

     | Replacing the chassis | If your system is in... Then perform these steps... An HA pair a. With the cam handle in the open position, firmly push the controller module in until it meets the midplane and is fully seated, and then close the cam handle to the locked position.
  • Page 10: Running System-Level Diagnostics

     | Replacing the chassis | The value for HA-state can be one of the following: • ha • mcc • mcc-2n • non-ha b) Confirm that the setting has changed: ha-config show 3. If you have not already done so, recable the rest of your system. 4.
  • Page 11  | Replacing the chassis | System-level diagnostics returns you to the prompt if there are no test failures, or lists the full status of failures resulting from testing the component. 7. Proceed based on the result of the preceding step. If the system-level diagnostics tests... Then...
  • Page 12: Switching Back Aggregates In A Two-Node Metrocluster Configuration

     | Replacing the chassis | If the system-level diagnostics tests... Then... a. Exit Maintenance mode: halt b. Perform a clean shutdown, and then disconnect the power supplies. c. Verify that you have observed all of the considerations identified for running system- level diagnostics, that cables are securely connected, and that hardware components are properly installed in the storage system.
  • Page 13: Completing The Replacement Process

     | Replacing the chassis | Completing the replacement process After you replace the part, you can return the failed part to NetApp, as described in the RMA instructions shipped with the kit. Contact technical support at , 888-463-8277 (North America), 00-800-44-638277 (Europe), or +800-800-80-800 (Asia/Pacific) if you need the RMA number or additional help with the replacement procedure.
  • Page 14: Copyright

    Fujitsu. The use or purchase of this product does not convey a license under any patent rights, trademark rights, or any other intellectual property rights of Fujitsu.
  • Page 15: Trademark

    Trademark FUJITSU, FUJITSU logo, and ETERNUS are trademarks of Fujitsu. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
  • Page 16: How To Send Comments About Documentation And Receive Update Notifications

    How to send comments about documentation and receive update notifications The latest version of this document and the latest information related to this device are available at the following site. If necessary, refer to the manuals for your model.
  • Page 17 However, Fujitsu shall assume no responsibility for any operational problems as the result of errors, omissions, or the use of information in this manual. • Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from the use of any information in this manual. •...

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