HP A7533A - Brocade 4Gb SAN Switch Base Hardware Reference Manual

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HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN
Backbone Director Switches
hardware reference guide
Part number: 5697–7814
Second edition: February 2009

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    HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches hardware reference guide Part number: 5697–7814 Second edition: February 2009...

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    Legal and notice information © Copyright 2008-2009 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. © Copyright 2008 Brocade Communications Systems, Incorporated The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents About this guide ................. 15 Intended audience ........................15 Related documentation ......................15 Document conventions and symbols ..................... 16 Rack stability ..........................17 HP technical support ......................... 17 Customer self repair ........................17 Subscription service ........................17 HP websites ..........................18 Documentation feedback ......................

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Establishing a serial connection and log on to the DC SAN Director ..........49 Configuring IP addresses ......................51 Default IP addresses and password ..................51 Establishing an Ethernet connection ..................... 52 Customizing a switch name ......................53 Setting the domain ID ........................ 53 Verifying the Port Identifier mode and connecting to the fabric ............

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    Verifying the need for replacing the chassis ................98 Recording critical DC SAN Director and SAN information ............98 Disconnecting from the network and the fabric ..............102 Removing components from the chassis ................103 Installing the replacement chassis ..................103 Installing components into the new chassis ................

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    Setting the time zone ......................150 Synchronizing local time ....................151 Verifying the Port Identifier mode and connecting to the fabric ............151 Enabling software licenses ....................... 152 Backing up the configuration ....................152 9 Monitoring DC04 SAN Director system components ......153 Introduction ..........................

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    Installing the replacement chassis ..................199 Installing components into the new chassis ................200 Configuring the new chassis serial number ................200 Verifying that the system is operating correctly ..............201 Reconnecting to the network and the fabric ................203 Verifying that the configuration of the fabric is correct ............

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    TS/HS Dual Language Sheet ..................233 Safety guidelines ........................235 Electrostatic discharge recommendations ................235 Grounding methods ......................236 Battery replacement notice ....................236 Taiwan battery recycling notice ..................237 Power cords ........................237 Japanese power cord notice ....................237 D Port numbering templates ..............

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    Figures Port side of the DC SAN Director (sample configuration) ..........21 Non-port side of the DC SAN Director (sample configuration) ........22 14U Rack Mount Kit contents ..................34 Left and right shelf brackets installed on rails .............. 36 Shelf bracket and clip or retainer nut placement on cabinet rails ........

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    WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card ..............95 Optical transceiver (SFP and XFP) extraction tool ............97 Port side of the DC04 SAN Director (sample configuration) ........116 Port side of the DC04 SAN Director with the port side exhaust kit installed ....116 Non-port side of the DC04 SAN Director (sample configuration) .........

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    WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card .............. 191 Optical transceiver (SFP and XFP) extraction tool ............193 B-Series MP Router blade (FR4-18i) components ............225 Class 1 laser product label ..................231 Port side populated with eight FC8-48 port blades, two CR8 blades, and two CP8 blades .........................

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    Tables Document conventions ..................... 16 Blades available for the DC SAN Director ..............23 Security features ..................... 25 DC SAN Director orderable software ................. 26 DC SAN Director orderable hardware ............... 27 Installation tasks, time and items required ..............29 DC SAN Director shipping carton contents ..............

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    Power supply LED descriptions ................165 Blower assembly LED descriptions ................166 Messages that may indicate WWN card failure ............167 WWN LED patterns ....................188 Commands identifying the WWN card status ............188 WWN card related system log messages ..............189 Critical information checklist ...................

  • Page 15: About This Guide, Intended Audience, Related Documentation

    About this guide This guide provides information about: • Setting up and configuring the HP StorageWorks DC SAN Backbone Director Switch (DC SAN Director) and the HP StorageWorks DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switch (DC04 SAN Director) • Maintaining and operating the products •...

  • Page 16: Document Conventions And Symbols, Document Conventions

    Document conventions and symbols Table 1 Document conventions Convention Element Blue text: Table 1 Cross-reference links and e-mail addresses Blue, underlined text: http://www.hp.com Website addresses • Keys that are pressed • Text typed into a GUI element, such as a box Bold text •...

  • Page 17: Rack Stability, Hp Technical Support, Customer Self Repair, Subscription Service

    Rack stability Rack stability protects personnel and equipment. WARNING! To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to equipment: • Extend leveling jacks to the floor. • Ensure that the full weight of the rack rests on the leveling jacks. •...

  • Page 18: Hp Websites, Documentation Feedback

    HP websites For additional information, see the following HP websites: • http://www.hp.com • http://www.hp.com/go/storage • http://www.hp.com/service_locator • http://www.hp.com/support/manuals • http://www.hp.com/support/downloads Documentation feedback HP welcomes your feedback. To make comments and suggestions about product documentation, please send a message to storagedocsFeedback@hp.com. All submissions become the property of HP. About this guide...

  • Page 19: Hp Storageworks Dc San Backbone Director Switch Overview, Hp Storageworks Dc San Director Power Pack

    1 HP StorageWorks DC SAN Backbone Director Switch Overview This chapter provides the following information: • “HP StorageWorks DC SAN Director Power Pack” on page 19 • “Features” on page 19 • “Hardware components” on page 20 • “DC Director blades”...

  • Page 20: Hardware Components

    • Dual-redundant CP blades (CP8) and core switch blades (CR8) provide high availability and enable non-disruptive software upgrades. • Redundant and hot-swappable CP8 and CR8 blades, power supplies, blower assemblies, and WWN cards enable a high availability platform for mission critical SAN applications. •...

  • Page 21: Port Side Of The Dc San Director

    • Improved cable management using a re-designed cable management comb and chassis door • Constant intake andField-replaceable Unit (FRU) temperature monitoring • Redundant AC primary power connections to ensure high availability. Each power supply has its own connector, so the number of primary power connections varies from two to four Port side of the DC SAN Director NOTE: Airflow in the DC SAN Director is from the non-port (non-cable) side to the port (cable) side and out...

  • Page 22: Non-port Side Of The Dc San Director

    Non-port side of the DC SAN Director Figure 2 displays a sample configuration of the non-port side view of the DC SAN Director. 25370a Figure 2 Non-port side of the DC SAN Director (sample configuration) 1. WWN bezel (logo plate) 2.

  • Page 23: Dc San Director Blades, Blades Available For The Dc San Director

    DC SAN Director blades Table 2 describes the Director, CP, and core switch blades that are available for the DC SAN Director. Table 2 Blades available for the DC SAN Director Description Name Function DC SAN Director CP blade The CP8 blade provides for manage- ment of all other blades in the DC SAN Director.

  • Page 24: High Availability, Reliability, Serviceability

    High availability The following features contribute to the DC SAN Director high-availability design: • Redundant, hot-swappable blades and FRUs • Enhanced data integrity on all data paths • Fabric Shortest Path First (FSPF) re-routing around failed links • Integration with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) managers •...

  • Page 25: Software Features, Security, Security Features

    • SMI-S compliant • Watchdog timers • Status LEDs • Predictive diagnostics analysis through Fabric Watch • SNMP (including version 3) integration with higher-layer managers Software features The Fabric OS allows any Fibre Channel-compliant device to attach to the switches as long as it conforms to the device login, name service, and related FC standards.

  • Page 26: Network Manageability, Optional Software Licenses, Dc San Director Orderable Software

    Security Features Telnet disable Default zoning Telnet timeout RSCN suppression and aggregation IP filters (block listeners) Configurable RSCN suppression by port Secure passwords (centralized control via RADI- NTPv3 (to synchronize timestamps) US/CHAP) Multiple User Accounts (MUAs). Up to 255. Event auditing Role-Based Access Controls (RBACs) Change tracking Administrative domains/Virtual fabrics...

  • Page 27: Optional Hardware Kits, Dc San Director Orderable Hardware

    Optional kit Part number HP StorageWorks Director FICON Cup LTU*—Provides Control Unit Port (CUP) management T4401A function designed to allow mainframe applications to perform configuration, monitoring, management and statistics collection. *Supported in XP Storage array environments only. NOTE: Contact your local HP representative for information on exact Fabric OS versions supported.

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    Accessory Part number HP 5 m Multi-mode OM2 LC/LC Fibre Channel Cable 221692-B22 HP 15 m Multi-mode OM2 LC/LC Fibre Channel Cable 221692-B23 HP 30 m Multi-mode OM2 LC/LC Fibre Channel Cable 221692-B26 HP 50 m Multi-mode OM2 LC/LC Fibre Channel Cable 221692-B27 Optical cables (LC-SC type cables) HP 2 m Multi-mode OM2 LC/SC Fiber Channel Cable...

  • Page 29: Dc San Director Installation, Time And Items Required For Installation

    2 DC SAN Director Installation This chapter provides the following information: • “Time and items required for installation” on page 29 • “Site preparation, unpacking the DC Director” on page 30 • “Items included with the DC Director” on page 32 •...

  • Page 30: Site Preparation, Unpacking The Dc San Director

    Installation task Time estim- Items required Installing SFP and XFP (10-Gb/s) 30 minutes SFP and XFP (10-Gb/s) optical transceivers optical transceivers Attaching fiber optic cables, cable 60 minutes Fiber optic cables, cable ties, and pillars ties, and cable guides Establishing serial connection, 10 minutes Serial cable (provided in the DC SAN Director access- logging on to DC SAN Director,...

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    Ensure that dedicated electrical branch circuits with the following characteristics are available: • 200—240 VAC, 50–60 Hz (two branch circuits) • 110—120 VAC, 50-60 Hz (up to four branch circuits) • One power cable per power supply is required • Protected by a circuit breaker in accordance with local electrical codes •...

  • Page 32: Items Included With The Dc San Director

    Items included with the DC SAN Director Table 7 lists the items included with the standard shipment of the DC SAN Director. Table 7 DC SAN Director shipping carton contents The chassis includes: • Two CP blades (CP8) • Two Core switch blades (CR8) •...

  • Page 33: U Rack Mount Kit Parts List

    14U Rack Mount Kit parts list Table 8 Figure 3 identify the hardware provided in the 4U rack mount kit that ships with your DC SAN Director. Table 8 Items supplied with the 14U rack mount kit (DC SAN Director) Item Description Quantity...

  • Page 34: U Rack Mount Kit Contents

    26419a Figure 3 14U Rack Mount Kit contents DC SAN Director Installation...

  • Page 35: Attaching The Shelf Brackets

    Attaching the shelf brackets Attach the left and right rack mount shelf brackets (Items A and B) to the cabinet rails adjustable ends installed on the side of the rack on the intake air aisle. Locate the shelf brackets in the 14U Rack Mount Kit. HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 36: Left And Right Shelf Brackets Installed On Rails

    Locate and loosen the adjusting screws on the brackets (see Figure 4, items A and B) to allow for adjustment to cabinet depth. 26420a Figure 4 Left and right shelf brackets installed on rails DC SAN Director Installation...

  • Page 37: Shelf Bracket And Clip Or Retainer Nut Placement On Cabinet Rails

    Position shelf brackets with adjustable ends on the intake aisle side of the cabinet (see Figure • For rails with round holes: Position the left and right rack mount shelf brackets (items A and B) and attach to the cabinet rails.

  • Page 38: Removing The Chassis Door, Installing The Chassis In The Cabinet

    Attach the clip or retainer nuts to the vertical rails on the exhaust aisle side of the cabinet (see Figure 5). These clip nuts are used for securing the port side of the chassis to the rack rails using 10-32 x 5/8-inch screws. Use three clips on each rail. Place the clips in optimum locations for securing the chassis to the rails.

  • Page 39: Positioning The Dc San Director For Installation In A Cabinet

    Fasten the port side of the chassis to the cabinet rails. Use three 10-32 x 5/8 inch (1.58 cm) screws (Item C) per rail. Tighten the screws to a torque of 32 in.-lbs (37 cm-kgs). NOTE: Do not use the top or bottom holes of the DC SAN Director mounting bracket because the door will interfere with the screw heads.

  • Page 40: Replacing The Chassis Door, Attaching Port Side Of Chassis To Rack Rails

    26423a Figure 7 Attaching port side of chassis to rack rails Replacing the chassis door To reinstall the chassis door: NOTE: The door is not hinged. It installs on the chassis by snapping the four ball studs located on the chassis into the receiving hardware on the door.

  • Page 41: Aligning The Dc San Director Door With The Chassis

    26424a Figure 8 Aligning the DC SAN Director door with the chassis Inside view of door Outside view of door 26425a Figure 9 Inserting DC SAN Director door on chassis ball studs 1. Ball stud on chassis (outside view of door) 2.

  • Page 42: Powering On The Dc San Director, Port Numbering

    Powering on the DC SAN Director To power on the DC SAN Director: CAUTION: Use the supplied power cords. Ensure the facility power receptacle is the correct type, supplies the required voltage, and is properly grounded. Connect the AC power cords to the power supply assemblies. One to four power cords are required depending on electrical service.

  • Page 43: Managing Cables, Using The Optional Hp Storageworks Dc San Director Inter-chassis Link (icl) Cable Kit

    • FC8-32 port blade—ports are numbered from 0 through 15 from bottom to top on the left set of ports and 16 through 31 from bottom to top on the right set of ports. • FC8-48 port blade—ports are numbered from 0 through 23 from bottom to top on the left set of ports and 24 through 47 from bottom to top on the right set of ports.

  • Page 44: Icl Connectors On Cr8 Blade

    LINK ATTN ICL 1 LINK ATTN ICL 0 LINK ATTN ICL 0 26378a Figure 10 ICL connectors on CR8 blade 1. Status LED 2. Power LED 3. LINK LED 4. ATTN LED 5. ICL connector DC SAN Director Installation...

  • Page 45: Inter-chassis Link (icl) Connections (configuration 1)

    26372a Figure 11 Inter-chassis link (ICL) connections (configuration 1) 1. Chassis 1 2. Core switch blades (CR8) 3. Core Processor blades (CP8) 4. Port blades 5. ICL connector (ICL 1) 6. ICL connector (ICL 0) 7. ICL cables 8. Chassis 2 HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 46: Inter-chassis Link (icl) Connections (configuration 2)

    26373a Figure 12 Inter-chassis link (ICL) connections (configuration 2) 1. Chassis 1 2. Core switch blades (CR8) 3. Core Processor blades (CP8) 4. Port blades 5. ICL connector (ICL 1) 6.ICL connector (ICL 0) 7. ICL cables 8. Chassis 2 DC SAN Director Installation...

  • Page 47: Inter-chassis Link (icl) Connections (configuration 3)

    26374a Figure 13 Inter-chassis link (ICL) connections (configuration 3) 1. Chassis 1 2. Core switch blades (CR8) 3. Core Processor blades (CP8) 4. Port blades 5. ICL connector (ICL 1) 6.ICL connector (ICL 0) 7. ICL cables 8. Chassis 2 HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 48: Inter-chassis Link (icl) Connections (configuration 4)

    26375a Figure 14 Inter-chassis link (ICL) connections (configuration 4) 1. Chassis 1 2. Core switch blades (CR8) 3. Core Processor blades (CP8) 4. Port blades 5. ICL connector (ICL 1) 6.ICL connector (ICL 0) 7. ICL cables 8. Chassis 2 DC SAN Director Installation...

  • Page 49: Dc San Director Log In And Configuration, Configuration Overview

    3 DC SAN Director log in and configuration This chapter provides the following information: • “Configuration overview” on page 49 • “Establishing a serial connection and log on to the DC SAN Director” on page 49 • “Configuring IP addresses” on page 51 •...

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    Remove the shipping cap from the SERVICE port on the active CP. Use the serial cable provided with the DC SAN Director to connect the SERVICE port on the active CP to a computer workstation. The active CP blade is indicated by an illuminated (blue) LED. NOTE: The SERVICE port is intended primarily for the initial setting of the IP address and for service purposes.

  • Page 51: Configuring Ip Addresses, Default Ip Addresses And Password

    Configuring IP addresses The DC SAN Director requires three IP addresses, which are configured using the ipAddrSet command. IP addresses are required for both CP blades (CP0 and CP1) and for the single logical switch (shown as SWITCH under the ipAddrShow command) in the DC SAN Director. Default IP addresses and password The default IP addresses and host names for the DC SAN Director are: •...

  • Page 52: Establishing An Ethernet Connection

    Set up the CP1 IP address by entering the ipaddrset -cp 1 command: swDir:admin> ipAddrSet -cp 1 Enter the information at the prompts. This is a sample IP configuration: swDir:admin> ipaddrset -sw 0 Ethernet IP Address [0.0.0.0]: 123.123.123.120 Ethernet Subnetmask [0.0.0.0]: 123.123.123.123 Fibre Channel IP Address [0.0.0.0]: Fibre Channel Subnetmask [0.0.0.0]: Issuing gratuitous ARP...Done.

  • Page 53: Customizing A Switch Name, Setting The Domain Id

    Insert one end of an Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port. Connect the other end to an Ethernet 10/100/1000 Base-T LAN. The DC SAN Director can be accessed by remote connection using any of the management tools, such as Telnet, Web Tools, or Fabric Manager. To complete any additional DC SAN Director configuration procedures through a Telnet session, log in to the DC SAN Director by Telnet, using the admin login.

  • Page 54: Verifying The Port Identifier Mode And Connecting To The Fabric, Enable Software Licenses

    Verifying the Port Identifier mode and connecting to the fabric Before connecting the DC SAN Director to the fabric, verify that the port identifier (PID) mode on the DC SAN Director matches the other switches in the fabric. This parameter must be identical for all switches in the fabric and is set using the configure command.

  • Page 55: Back Up The Configuration

    Back up the configuration Save all key configuration data for the DC SAN Director, including license key information, and upload it to a host for reference. Routine backups of the configuration are recommended to ensure that the current configuration is available. After zoning configurations and other changes are complete, back up the configuration by typing configUpload at the prompt.

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    DC SAN Director log in and configuration...

  • Page 57: Monitoring Dc San Director System Components, Introduction, Monitoring Director Blade Status

    4 Monitoring DC SAN Director system components This chapter provides the following information on interpreting LEDs to monitor the following DC SAN Director components: • “Monitoring Director blade status” on page 57 • “Monitoring Control Processor blade (CP8) status” on page 64 •...

  • Page 58: Fc8-16 Director Blade

    25362a Figure 15 FC8-16 Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED Monitoring DC SAN Director system components...

  • Page 59: Fc8-32 Director Blade

    25367a Figure 16 FC8-32 Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 60: Fc8-48 Director Blade

    25366a Figure 17 FC8-48 Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED Monitoring DC SAN Director system components...

  • Page 61: Fc10-6 Director Blade

    25368a Figure 18 FC10-6 Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 62: Fr4-18i Director Blade

    25359a Figure 19 FR4-18i Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED Monitoring DC SAN Director system components...

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    Table 9 Director blade LED descriptions Color Status Recommended action pur- pose Power Steady green Blade has been enabled. No action required No light (LED is off) Blade has not been enabled. Ensure blade is firmly seated. Status No light (LED is off) Blade is either healthy or does not Verify that the power LED is on.

  • Page 64: Monitoring Control Processor Blade (cp8) Status

    Color Status Recommended action pur- pose Fast-flashing amber (on Transceiver or port is faulty. Change transceiver or reset switch 1/2 second, then off 1/2 from workstation. second) Alternating green/amber Port is bypassed Reset port from workstation using the portEnable or portCfgPersist- entEnable command.

  • Page 65: Control Processor Blade (cp8)

    26401a Figure 21 Control Processor blade (CP8) 1. Status LED 2. Power LED 3. USB LED 4. USB port 5. Console port (10101) 6. Ethernet port (MGMT) 7. Ethernet port (SERVICE) 8. Active CP LED HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 66: Monitoring Core Switch Blade (cr8) Status, Cp Blade Led Descriptions

    Table 10 describes the CP blade LED patterns and the recommended actions for those patterns. Table 10 CP blade LED descriptions LED pur- Color Status Recommended action pose Power Steady green CP blade has valid power. No action required No light (LED is off) CP blade does not have incoming Ensure blade is firmly seated and power.

  • Page 67: Core Switch Blade (cr8)

    LINK ATTN ICL 1 LINK ATTN ICL 0 LINK ATTN ICL 0 26397a Figure 22 Core switch blade (CR8) 1. Status LED 2. Power LED 3. LINK LED 4. ATTN LED 5. ICL connector HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 68: Monitoring Power Supply Status, Cr Blade Led Descriptions

    Table 11 describes the core switch blade LED patterns and the recommended actions for those patterns. Table 11 CR blade LED descriptions LED pur- Color Status Recommended action pose Power Steady green CP blade has valid power. No action required No light (LED is off) CP blade does not have incom- Ensure blade is firmly seated and has...

  • Page 69: Monitoring Blower Assembly Status, Power Supply, Power Supply Led Descriptions

    Type psShow to check power supply status. The power supply status displays OK, Absent, or Faulty. If a power supply is absent or faulty, contact HP to order replacement power supply. 26396a Figure 23 Power supply 1. Power LED Table 12 describes the power supply LED patterns and the recommended actions for those patterns.

  • Page 70: Blower Assembly, Blower Assembly Led Descriptions

    Check the blower assembly status using the fanShow command. The status for each blower assembly displays OK, Absent, or Faulty. The RPM of each fan in the assembly is also provided. If a blower assembly is absent or faulty, contact HP. 26382a Figure 24 Blower assembly 1.

  • Page 71: Monitoring Wwn Bezel (logo Plate) And Wwn Card Status

    Color Status Recommended action pur- pose Flashing amber (on 1/2 Fan is disabled. Run fanEnable to enable the fan. sec, then off 3.5 sec) Fast-flashing amber (on Environmental range ex- Check for out-of-bounds environ- 1/2 sec, then off 1/2 ceeded. mental condition, resolve any sec) problems, and reseat unit.

  • Page 72: Wwn Bezel (logo Plate), Wwn Bezel Led Descriptions

    26399a Figure 25 WWN bezel (logo plate) 1. CP blade Status (above) and Power (below) LEDs 2. CR blade Status (above) and Power (below) LEDs 3. Port blade Status (above) and Power (below) LEDs 4. Slot numbers Table 15 describes the WWN card LED patterns and the recommended actions for those patterns. Table 15 WWN bezel LED descriptions LED purpose Color...

  • Page 73: Replacing Dc San Director Field-replaceable Units (frus), Replacing The Chassis Door, Removing The Chassis Door

    5 Replacing DC SAN Director field-replaceable units (FRUs) This chapter provides information for replacing the following components: IMPORTANT: The FRUs in the DC SAN Director can be removed and replaced without special tools. The DC SAN Director can continue operating during many of the FRU replacements if the conditions specified in the procedure are followed.

  • Page 74: Installing The Chassis Door, Replacing The Cable Management Comb, Removing A Cable Management Comb

    Installing the chassis door To install the chassis door (see Figure 26 on page 74): Align the holes in the door with the pins in the chassis Push the door into place. 26387a Figure 26 Removing or replacing a chassis door Replacing the cable management comb The replacement procedure for the cable management comb takes less than five minutes.

  • Page 75: Installing A Cable Management Comb, Replacing A Director Blade

    To remove the cable management comb: Rearrange the cables around the cable management comb. Unscrew and save the four screws holding the comb to the chassis (see Figure 27). Support the comb to prevent it from falling. Remove the cable management comb. Installing a cable management comb To install a cable management comb (see Figure...

  • Page 76: Removing A Director Blade

    • Phillips screwdriver • Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) or extended form-factor pluggable (XFP, FC10-6 Director blade only) transceivers (as needed) • Optical cables (as needed) WARNING! A filler panel should be removed only when being replaced with a Director blade, or a filler panel. Any slot that is not occupied by a Director blade should be occupied by a filler panel to ensure correct cooling of the chassis and protection from dust.

  • Page 77: Installing A Director Blade, Director Blade (fc8-48 Shown)

    FC8-16, FC8-32, FC8-48 Director blades: Adjust the ejectors to the open position. Unscrew the two thumb screws from the top and bottom ejectors on the blade using the Phillips screwdriver. Figure Unscrew the top thumb screw until it pops out. This initiates a hot-swap request. FC10-6, FR4-18i Director blades: Turn the blade off by sliding the slider switch in the top ejector down, to the off position.

  • Page 78: Replacing A Director Blade Filler Panel, Removing A Filler Panel

    CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling a Director blade. Use the grounding connections above the power connectors on the chassis. Orient the blade so that the ports are at the front of the chassis and the flat side of the blade is on the left.

  • Page 79: Installing A Filler Panel, Replacing A Control Processor Blade (cp8), Director Blade Filler Panel

    Pull the filler panel out of the chassis (see Figure 29). Installing a filler panel To install a filler panel: Orient the filler panel (see Figure 29). Slide the filler panel into the slot until it is firmly seated. Tighten the thumb screw at the bottom of the panel. Replace the chassis door (see “Installing the chassis door”...

  • Page 80: How To Determine Whether Or Not To Replace A Cp Blade

    The replacement procedure for the CP blade takes approximately 30 minutes. The following items are required for the CP blade replacement: • ESD grounding strap • Workstation computer • Serial cable • IP address of an FTP server for backing up the DC SAN Director configuration •...

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    If the functioning CP blade is performing as the active CP blade, go to step 5. If the faulty CP blade is performing as the active CP blade, failover the blades: Login to the faulty CP blade as admin, using either a Telnet or a serial console connection. If you connect successfully to the faulty CP, continue to step 4b.

  • Page 82: Removing A Control Processor Blade (cp8)

    Logged into the active CP, use the configUpload command to upload the DC SAN Director configuration to a specified FTP server. Enter information at the prompts. This is a sample of backing up the configuration files: swDir:admin> configUpload Protocol (scp or ftp) [ftp]: ftp Server Name or IP Address [host]: 123.456.78.90 User Name [None]: user File Name [config.txt]: config.txt...

  • Page 83: Installing A Control Processor Blade (cp8), Control Processor Blade (cp8)

    Open both ejector handles simultaneously to approximately 45 degrees and pull the CP blade out of the chassis (see Figure 30). 26385a Figure 30 Control processor blade (CP8) Installing a control processor blade (CP8) To install a CP blade (slot 6 or 7): CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling a CP8 blade.

  • Page 84: Verifying Operation Of The New Cp Blade

    Verify the installation. See “Verifying operation of the new CP blade” on page 84. Replace the chassis door. See “Installing the chassis door” on page 74. Verifying operation of the new CP blade To verify that boot and POST are complete on the new CP blade and that the CP blade has achieved failover redundancy: Log into the active CP as admin.

  • Page 85

    Type firmwareDownload -s to download the firmware to one of the CP blades. Enter all requested information (use default values): swDir:admin> firmwaredownload -s Server Name or IP Address: 192.168.100.1 User Name: user File Name: /software/v6.0.0/release.plist Password: ******** Do Auto-Commit after Reboot [Y]: Reboot system after download [N]: Firmwaredownload has started.

  • Page 86: Replacing A Core Switch Blade (cr8)

    Replacing a core switch blade (CR8) This section describes how to remove and replace a core switch blade. Each DC SAN Director integrates two core switch blades, which are located in slot 5 and slot 8. The replacement procedure for the core switch blade takes approximately 30 minutes. The following items are required for the core switch blade replacement: •...

  • Page 87: Installing A Core Switch Blade (cr8), Core Switch Blade (cr8)

    Power off the blade by sliding the slider switch in the top ejector down to the off position (see Figure 31). Disconnect cables from the faulty core switch blade. Unscrew the thumb screw from both ejectors using the Phillips screwdriver. Open both ejector handles simultaneously to approximately 45 degrees and pull the core switch blade out of the chassis (see Figure...

  • Page 88: Replacing A Power Supply, Removing A Power Supply, Installing A Power Supply

    Turn the core switch blade on by sliding the ON/OFF switch in the top handle up, to cover the thumb screw. Verify that the power LED is green (this may require a few seconds). If not, ensure that the core switch blade has power and is firmly seated and that the ejectors are in the locked position.

  • Page 89: Replacing A Blower Assembly, Removing A Blower Assembly, Power Supply

    Verify that the power LED on the power supply displays a steady green light. 26398a Figure 32 Power supply Replacing a blower assembly IMPORTANT: To ensure continuous adequate cooling, maintain three operating blower assemblies at all times except for the brief period when replacing a blower assembly. The procedure for each blower assembly takes less than 5 minutes.

  • Page 90: Installing A Blower Assembly

    CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling DC SAN Director components. The Director chassis provides a grounding connection above the power connectors. Also, store ESD-sensitive components in antistatic packaging. Before removing a blower assembly, verify that the other blower assemblies are functioning correctly.

  • Page 91: Replacing The Wwn Bezel (logo Plate) And Wwn Card

    Use the screwdriver or your fingers to tighten the captive screws. 26383a Figure 33 Blower assembly Replacing the WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card The World Wide Name (WWN) cards contain fully redundant circuits and normally do not require replacement.

  • Page 92: Wwn Led Patterns, Commands Identifying The Wwn Card Status

    To determine the status of a WWN card: Check the LED indicators on the WWN bezel and verify that they reflect the actual status of the components. The WWN bezel covers the WWN cards and allows its LEDs to shine through. The LEDs on the WWN bezel provide a consolidated view of the port, CP, and CR blade status (see Table 16).

  • Page 93: Removing The Wwn Bezel (logo Plate) And Wwn Card, Wwn Card Related System Log Messages

    Check the error message indicating the status of the WWN unit (see Table 18). Type the chassisShow command to determine the status of the WWN unit. Table 18 WWN card related system log messages Type of message System message (errshow or errdump) <timestamp>, [EM-1050], <sequence-number>,, WWN unit removal was detected INFO, <system-name>, FRU WWN # removal detected.

  • Page 94

    Wait until the WWN card data is backed up. Do not type continue until the mechanical replacement is complete. See “Installing the WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card” on page 95. switch:admin> frureplace wwn This is the WWN card hot swap interface. Continuing from this point will require the whole process to be completed.

  • Page 95: Installing The Wwn Bezel (logo Plate) And Wwn Card

    26400a Figure 34 WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card Installing the WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card To install the WWN bezel and WWN card: CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling the WWN card. Use the grounding connections above the power connectors on the chassis.

  • Page 96: Replacing Sfps And Xfps

    Insert and tighten the four screws (see Figure 34). NOTE: If a serial console session is active, several “removal detected” and “insertion detected” messages display on the console because of the replacement. In the CLI session, type continue to indicate that the replacement has been completed. Please enter the word `continue' after the new WWN card has been installed: continue Restoring the information to the replacement FRU now, please wait about 20 seconds to complete Verifying the replacement FRU now...

  • Page 97: Replacing The Dc San Director Chassis, Optical Transceiver (sfp And Xfp) Extraction Tool

    Figure 35 Optical transceiver (SFP and XFP) extraction tool Replacing the DC SAN Director chassis This section describes how to replace the DC SAN Director chassis (with its backplane). The basic steps are: “Verifying the need for replacing the chassis” on page 98. “Recording critical DC SAN Director and SAN information”...

  • Page 98: Recording Critical Dc San Director And San Information, Critical Information Checklist

    • Pallet jack or hydraulic or assisted lift that raises a minimum of 55 in. (140 cm) and carries a minimum of 250 lb (113 kg) • A surface to place the old chassis on, such as a second lift or the pallet originally provided with the old chassis •...

  • Page 99

    Output from supportshow command Location of spptshow.txt file: Notes regarding supportshow output: Information about the new chassis New Factory Serial Num: New Serial Num (if available): To record critical DC SAN Director and SAN information: Open a Telnet session and log in to the DC SAN Director as admin. The default password is password.

  • Page 100

    Record the DC SAN Director values on a workstation. Record the WWN value: Type wwn, then copy the command output into a file named config-miscinfo.txt. rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> wwn 10:00:00:60:69:00:00:0a Record the IP address information. Type ipAddrShow -sw, then copy the command output into the config-miscinfo.txt file.

  • Page 101

    CHASSIS/WWN Unit: 1 (in same assembly as WWN Unit: 2) Header Version: Power Consume Factor: Factory Part Num: 60-0001501-07 Factory Serial Num: FT02X805BE2 Manufacture: Day: 26 Month: Year: 2007 Update: Day: 14 Month: Year: 2009 Time Alive: 207 days Time Awake: 3 days <output truncated>...

  • Page 102: Disconnecting From The Network And The Fabric

    Type supportShow, then copy the command output into a text file named spptshow.txt. NOTE: The supportShow command has a very long output and time for completion. It may last 20 minutes or longer depending on the size of the SAN. This file provides a backup of all the information that might be required by Technical Support.

  • Page 103: Removing Components From The Chassis, Installing The Replacement Chassis

    Disconnect any inter-chassis link (ICL) cables. Removing components from the chassis CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling DC SAN Director components and port blades. The chassis provides a grounding connection above the power connectors. Also, store ESD-sensitive components in antistatic packaging. Use the following procedures to remove components from the chassis.

  • Page 104: Installing Components Into The New Chassis, Configuring The New Chassis Serial Number

    Use a lift to raise the chassis to the correct level. If installing the chassis in a cabinet, follow the instructions provided by the rack kit manufacturer. Installing components into the new chassis Install the field replaceable units (FRUs) in the chassis. CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling DC SAN Director components and port blades.

  • Page 105: Verifying That The System Is Operating Correctly

    Open a CLI session (Telnet or serial) to the DC SAN Director and log in as root: The root and factory account disclaimer is displayed. • Log in using Telnet. Use the IP address of the DC SAN Director through Telnet and log in as root. Fabric OS (rsl8-st03-dcx-1) login: root Password:...

  • Page 106

    Log in to the DC SAN Director as admin: rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> login login: admin password: xxxxxxxx rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> Type slotShow command and verify that all the installed cards are detected and that their status is operational (enabled). rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> slotShow Slot Blade Type Status --------------------------------- UNKNOWN...

  • Page 107

    Verify that the DC SAN Director is functioning correctly by typing switchShow or switchStatusShow. This switchShow command displays DC SAN Director and port status information. rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> switchshow switchName: rsl8-st03-dcx-1 switchType: 62.1 switchState: Online switchMode: Native switchRole: Subordinate switchDomain: switchId: fffc0b switchWwn: 10:00:00:05:1e:39:59:67 zoning:...

  • Page 108: Reconnecting To The Network And The Fabric

    Reconnecting to the network and the fabric See the cable routing information that was recorded in Table 20 on page 110 for the following steps: Connect the CP blades to the local area network: Insert the appropriate Ethernet cables into each Ethernet port. Connect the other ends to an Ethernet 10/100 Base-T LAN, if not already connected.

  • Page 109

    Create an “after” SAN profile by entering the following commands and copying the output to a text file named SANafter.txt: • nsShow • nsAllShow • switchShow • fabricShow rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> nsshow Type Pid PortName NodeName TTL(sec) 020f00; 3;10:00:00:01:73:00:29:46;10:00:00:01:73:00:29:46; na Fabric Port Name: 20:0f:00:60:69:90:03:f0 <output truncated>...

  • Page 110: Cable Routing Table, Cable Routing Table For Dc San Director (48 Ports Shown)

    Cable routing table Table 20 is a 48-port template for a cable-routing table. Expand the table for the number of ports in the DC SAN Director. Table 20 Cable routing table for DC SAN Director (48 ports shown) Slot/port Cable labels Connected Slot/port of device...

  • Page 111

    Slot/port Cable labels Connected Slot/port of device device Slot Port Switch end Device end HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 112

    Replacing DC SAN Director field-replaceable units (FRUs)

  • Page 113: Hp Storageworks Dc04 San Backbone Director Switch Overview, Hp Storageworks Dc04 San Backbone Director Switch

    6 HP StorageWorks DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switch Overview This chapter provides information about the following topics: • “HP StorageWorks DC04 SAN Director Switch” on page 113 • “Features” on page 113 • “Hardware components” on page 114 • “DC04 Director blades”...

  • Page 114

    • Redundant and hot-swappable CP8 and CR8 blades, power supplies, blower assemblies, and WWN cards enable a high availability platform for mission critical SAN applications. • Inter-chassis linking (ICL) through CR8 blades. • Universal ports self-configure as E_ports, F_ports, FL_ports, Ex_ports, and M_ports (mirror ports). NOTE: 10-Gb/s (FC10-6) are E-Ports only.

  • Page 115: Port Side Of The Dc04 San Director

    • Two redundant WWN cards on the non-port side, to maintain chassis-specific information such as WWNs, IP addresses, and summary status information for each Director blade and power supply through LEDs • 4-Gb and 8-Gb Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) optical transceivers (4-Gb SFPs operate at 1 Gb, 2 Gb or 4 Gb.

  • Page 116: Port Side Of The Dc04 San Director (sample Configuration)

    Figure 36 Port side of the DC04 SAN Director (sample configuration) 1. FC8-48 port blade 2. Core switch blade (CR4S-8) 3. Control Processor blade (CP8) 4. Exhaust Vent Figure 37 Port side of the DC04 SAN Director with the port side exhaust kit installed HP StorageWorks DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switch Overview...

  • Page 117: Non-port Side Of The Dc04 San Director

    Non-port side of the DC04 SAN Director Figure 38 displays a sample configuration of the non-port side view of the DC04 SAN Director without the port side exhaust kit installed. Figure 38 Non-port side of the DC04 SAN Director (sample configuration) 1.

  • Page 118: Dc04 San Director Blades, Blades Available For The Dc04 San Director

    DC04 SAN Director blades Table 21 describes the Director, CP, and core switch blades that are available for the DC04 SAN Director. Table 21 Blades available for the DC04 SAN Director Description Name Function DC04 SAN Director CP blade The CP8 blade manages all other blades in the DC04 SAN Director.

  • Page 119: Reliability, High Availability

    Description Name Function B-Series MP Router Blade (Fibre FR4-18i The FR4-18i blade integrates 16 Channel router blade) physical FC SFP ports supporting FCR Services and two physical Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) SFP ports supporting Fibre Channel Over IP (FCIP). The two physical GbE ports can support up to 16 virtual E_ports.

  • Page 120: Serviceability, Software Features

    Serviceability The DC04 SAN Director provides the following features to enhance and ensure serviceability: • Modular design with hot-swappable components • Flash memory that stores two firmware images per CP Blade • USB port on CP blades for all tasks that formerly required an FTP/SCP server, including software and firmware upgrades.

  • Page 121: Security, Network Manageability, Security Features

    Security Table 22 highlights some of the key security features available for the DC04 SAN Director running Fabric OS 6.2.0a or later, and for other HP enterprise-class platforms running Fabric OS 5.2.0 or later. For details, contact HP. Table 22 Security features Security Features Description DH-CHAP...

  • Page 122: Optional Software Licenses, Dc04 San Director Orderable Software

    The DC04 SAN Director supports SNMPv1 and SNPMv3. When SNMP devices send SNMP messages to a management console running SAN management software, the information is stored in a Management Information Base (MIB). Fabric OS 6.x supports the latest Fibre Alliance Fibre Channel Management (FCMGMT) and Storage Management Initiative (SMI) MIBs.

  • Page 123: Dc04 San Director Orderable Hardware, Optional Hardware Kits

    Optional hardware kits Table 24 lists the DC04 SAN Director optional hardware kits. Table 24 DC04 SAN Director orderable hardware Accessory Part number Power Supply One HP StorageWorks DC04 SAN Director Power Supply AK863A Director blades HP StorageWorks DC SAN Director 16 Port 8Gb FC blade (FC8-16) AK858A HP StorageWorks DC SAN Director 32 Port 8Gb FC blade (FC8-32) AK859A...

  • Page 124

    Accessory Part number HP 50 m Multi-mode OM2 LC/SC Fibre Channel Cable 221691-B27 HP StorageWorks DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switch Overview...

  • Page 125: Dc04 San Director Installation, Time And Items Required For Installation

    7 DC04 SAN Director Installation This chapter provides the following information: • “Time and items required for installation” on page 125 • “Site preparation, unpacking the DC04 Director” on page 126 • “Items included with the DC Director” on page 128 •...

  • Page 126: Site Preparation, Unpacking The Dc04 San Director

    Installation task Time estim- Items required Installing power cables and 20 minutes Power cables and serial cable (provided in the DC04 powering on the DC04 SAN Dir- SAN Director accessory kit) ector Installing SFPs 30 minutes SFP optical transceivers Attaching fiber optic cables, cable 60 minutes Fiber optic cables and cable ties ties, and cable guides...

  • Page 127

    Ensure that dedicated electrical branch circuits with the following characteristics are available: • 200—240 VAC, 50–60 Hz (two branch circuits) • Protected by a circuit breaker in accordance with local electrical codes • Supply circuit, line fusing, and wire size adequate to the electrical rating on the chassis nameplate •...

  • Page 128: Items Included With The Dc04 San Director, Installing The Dc04 San Director In A Rack

    Items included with the DC04 SAN Director Table 26 lists the items included with the standard shipment of the DC04 SAN Director. Table 26 DC04 SAN Director shipping carton contents The chassis includes: • CP blades (CP8) • Core switch blades (CR4S-8) •...

  • Page 129: Rack Mount Kit Contents

    • Flathead screwdriver • Hydraulic or assisted lift with a minimum raise of 140 cm (55 in.) and a minimum capacity of 113 kg (250 lbs). Rack mount kit contents Table 27 Figure 39 identify the hardware provided in the 4U rack mount kit that ships with the DC04 SAN Director.

  • Page 130: Torque Requirements, Rack Mount Kit Hardware

    Figure 39 Rack mount kit hardware Torque requirements Use the torque settings listed in Table 28 when tightening screws that secure the rack mount kit and DC04 SAN Director to the equipment cabinet. Table 28 Torque requirements Screw size Torque 6-32 x .635 cm (0.25 in.

  • Page 131: Installing The Cabinet Hardware

    Installing the cabinet hardware Position the DC04 SAN Director in the equipment cabinet so that the non-port side has access to cool intake air. HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 132: Clip And Retainer Nut Locations On Cabinet Rails

    Install the mounting nuts in the cabinet rail locations shown in Figure 40. These nuts secure the 10-32 screws that mount the port-side exhaust kit shelf and DC04 SAN Director to the cabinet. • For rails with round holes—Install the clip nuts (F in Figure 39).

  • Page 133: Installing The Shelf In The Cabinet, Installing The Air-duct Assembly

    Install the shelf. You can adjust the shelf to a length of 68.58 to 78.74 cm (27 to 31 inches) to accommodate the cabinet size. To lengthen or shorten the shelf, loosen the four 6-32 screws in the four slots on the shelf (I-4 through I-7 in Figure 39, page 130) and adjust the shelf to the desired length.

  • Page 134: Installing The Dc04 San Director In The Cabinet, Securing The Top-rail Assembly In The Cabinet

    Secure the top-rail assembly (A in Figure 39, page 130) to the air-duct assembly. (See Figure 43). You can adjust the top-rail assembly to a length of 68.58 to 78.74 cm (27 to 31 inches) to accommodate the cabinet size. To lengthen or shorten the top-rail assembly, loosen the two 6-32 screws (I-3 in Figure 39, page 130) and adjust the top-rail assembly to the desired...

  • Page 135

    NOTE: The screws, clip nuts, and retainer nuts used to secure the DC04 SAN Director to the cabinet are provided in the DC04 SAN Director hardware accessory kit. To install the DC04 SAN Director in the cabinet: Remove the chassis door from the DC04 SAN Director. See Removing the chassis door, page 169.

  • Page 136: Installing The Dc04 San Director Shipping Brackets, Cabinet Rail-to-rail Depths

    Install the cable management finger assembly. See Installing a cable management finger assembly, page 171. Installing the DC04 SAN Director shipping brackets This section describes how to install the DC04 SAN Director shipping brackets. (See Figure 45). These brackets are required when the DC04 SAN Director is shipped installed in a cabinet. Before installing the DC04 SAN Director in the cabinet, remove the 10 flathead 6-32 screws located on both the left and right side chassis panels.

  • Page 137: Dc04 San Director Shipping Brackets (left Side)

    Figure 45 DC04 SAN Director shipping brackets (left side) Figure 46 Installing the shipping brackets on the DC04 SAN Director HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 138: Powering On The Dc04 San Director, Installing The Dc04 San Director With Shipping Brackets

    Figure 47 Installing the DC04 SAN Director with shipping brackets Powering on the DC04 SAN Director CAUTION: Use the power cords supplied. Ensure that the facility power receptacle is the correct type, supplies the required voltage, and is properly grounded. To power on the DC04 SAN Director: Connect the AC power cords to the power supply assemblies.

  • Page 139: Port Numbering, Managing Cables

    Turn the AC power switches on the power supplies to ON (I). The AC power switches light green when switched on and power is supplied. The DC04 SAN Director performs a Power-on Self-Test (POST) each time it is powered on. POST takes approximately 10 minutes and is complete when the indicator light activity indicates the operational state.

  • Page 140: Using The Optional Hp Storageworks Dc San Director Inter-chassis Link (icl) Cable Kit

    • If ISL Trunking is used, group the cables by trunking group. The ports are color-coded to indicate which ports can be used in the same ISL Trunking group: eight ports marked with solid black ovals alternate with eight ports marked with oval outlines. •...

  • Page 141: Icl Connectors On Cr4s-8 Blade

    Similarly, connect the cables from the right (bottom) connectors (ICL 0) of the CR4S-8 blades in the first chassis to the left (top) connectors (ICL 1) of the CR4S-8 blades in the second chassis. IMPORTANT: The cables can cross between the slot 3 CR4S-8 blade on the first chassis and the slot 6 CR4S-8 blade on the second chassis as long as the left-to-right (top-to-bottom) rule is followed.

  • Page 142: Dc04 San Director Icl Cabling

    Figure 50 DC04 SAN Director ICL cabling 1. Chassis 1 5. ICL connector (ICL1) 2. Core Switch blades (CR4S-8) 6. ICL connector (ICL 0) 3. Control Processor blades (CP8) 7. ICL cables 4. Port blades 8. Chassis 2 DC04 SAN Director Installation...

  • Page 143: Dc04 San Director To Dc San Director Icl Cabling

    Figure 51 DC04 SAN Director to DC SAN Director ICL cabling 1. DC04 SAN Director chassis 5. ICL connector (ICL1) 2. Core Switch blades (CR4S-8) 6. ICL connector (ICL 0) 3. Control Processor blades (CP8) 7. ICL cables 4. Port blades 8.

  • Page 144

    DC04 SAN Director Installation...

  • Page 145: Dc04 San Director Log In And Configuration, Configuration Overview

    8 DC04 SAN Director log in and configuration This chapter provides the following information: • “Configuration overview” on page 145 • “Establishing a serial connection and logging on to the DC04 Director” on page 145 • “Configuring IP addresses” on page 147 •...

  • Page 146

    Verify that the DC04 SAN Director is powered on and that POST is complete by verifying that all power LED indicators on the port, control processor, and core switch blades display a steady green light. Remove the shipping cap from the CONSOLE port on the active CP. Use the serial cable provided with the DC04 SAN Director to connect the CONSOLE port on the active CP to a computer workstation.

  • Page 147: Default Ip Addresses And Password, Configuring Ip Addresses

    Configuring IP addresses The DC04 SAN Director requires three IP addresses, which are configured using the ipAddrSet command. IP addresses are required for both CP blades (CP0 and CP1) and for the single logical switch (shown as SWITCH under the ipAddrShow command) in the DC04 SAN Director. Default IP addresses and password The default IP addresses and host names for the DC04 SAN Director are: •...

  • Page 148

    Set up the CP1 IP address by entering the ipaddrset -cp 1 command: swDir:admin> ipAddrSet -cp 1 Enter the configuration information at the prompts. This is a sample IP configuration: swDir:admin> ipaddrset -sw 0 Ethernet IP Address [0.0.0.0]: 123.123.123.120 Ethernet Subnetmask [0.0.0.0]: 123.123.123.123 Fibre Channel IP Address [0.0.0.0]: Fibre Channel Subnetmask [0.0.0.0]: Issuing gratuitous ARP...Done.

  • Page 149: Setting The Domain Id, Customizing A Switch Name

    To establish an Ethernet connection to the DC04 SAN Director: Remove the shipping cap from the Ethernet port on the active CP blade. Insert one end of an Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port. Connect the other end to an Ethernet 10/100/1000 Base-T LAN. The DC04 SAN Director can be accessed by remote connection using any of the management tools, such as Telnet, Web Tools, or Fabric Manager.

  • Page 150: Setting The Date And Time, Setting The Date, Setting The Time Zone

    Setting the date and time The date and time settings are used for logging events. Switch operation does not depend on the date and time; a switch with an incorrect date and time value still functions properly. However, because the date and time are used for logging, error detection, and troubleshooting, they should be set correctly.

  • Page 151: Synchronizing Local Time, Verifying The Port Identifier Mode And Connecting To The Fabric

    Synchronizing local time To synchronize the local time of the principal or primary switch with that of an external NTP server, follow these steps. If necessary, log on to the DC04 SAN Director by Telnet, using the admin account. Enter the tsClockServer command as follows: switch:admin>...

  • Page 152: Enabling Software Licenses, Backing Up The Configuration

    Organize the cables (see “Managing cables” on page 139). Verify DC04 SAN Director and port status using the switchShow command. Verify fabric connectivity using the fabricShow command. Enabling software licenses Depending on the model purchased, certain licenses are factory installed on the DC04 SAN Director. To determine which licenses are enabled, use the licenseShow command.

  • Page 153: Monitoring Dc04 San Director System Components, Introduction, Monitoring Director Blade Status

    9 Monitoring DC04 SAN Director system components This chapter provides the following information on interpreting LEDs to monitor the following DC04 SAN Director components: • “Monitoring Director blade status” on page 153 • “Monitoring Control Processor blade (CP8) status” on page 160 •...

  • Page 154

    Figure 52 FC8-16 Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED Monitoring DC04 SAN Director system components...

  • Page 155

    Figure 53 FC8-32 Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 156

    Figure 54 FC8-48 Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED Monitoring DC04 SAN Director system components...

  • Page 157

    Figure 55 FC10-6 Director blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 158: Fr4-18i Router Blade

    Figure 56 FR4-18i router blade 1. Power LED 2. Status LED 3. FC port 4. Port status LED Monitoring DC04 SAN Director system components...

  • Page 159

    Table 30 Director and application blade LED descriptions Color Status Recommended action pur- pose Power Steady green Blade has been enabled. No action required No light (LED is off) Blade has not been enabled. Ensure blade is firmly seated. Status No light (LED is off) Blade is either healthy or does not Verify that the power LED is on.

  • Page 160

    Color Status Recommended action pur- pose Fast-flashing amber (on Transceiver or port is faulty. Change transceiver or reset switch 1/2 second, then off 1/2 from workstation. second) Alternating green/amber Port is bypassed Reset port from workstation using the portEnable or portCfgPersist- entEnable command.

  • Page 161

    Figure 58 Control Processor blade (CP8) 1. Status LED 2. Power LED 3. USB LED 4. USB port 5. Console port (10101) 6. Ethernet port (MGMT) 7. Ethernet port (SERVICE) 8. Active CP LED Table 31 describes the CP blade LED patterns and the recommended actions for those patterns. HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 162: Monitoring Core Switch Blade (cr4s-8) Status, Cp8 Blade Led Descriptions

    Table 31 CP8 blade LED descriptions LED pur- Color Status Recommended action pose Power Steady green CP blade has valid power. No action required No light (LED is off) CP blade does not have incoming Ensure blade is firmly seated and power.

  • Page 163: Core Switch Blade (cr4s-8)

    Figure 59 Core switch blade (CR4S-8) 1. Status LED 2. Power LED 3. LINK LED 4. ATTN LED 5. ICL connector HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 164: Cr4s-8 Blade Led Descriptions, Monitoring Power Supply Status

    Table 32 describes the core switch blade LED patterns and the recommended actions for those patterns. Table 32 CR4S-8 blade LED descriptions LED pur- Color Status Recommended action pose Power Steady green CP blade has valid power. No action required No light (LED is off) CP blade does not have incom- Ensure blade is firmly seated and has...

  • Page 165: Power Supply, Monitoring Blower Assembly Status

    Type psShow to check power supply status. The power supply status displays OK, Absent, or Faulty. If a power supply is absent or faulty, contact HP to order replacement power supply. Figure 60 Power supply 1. Power LED Table 33 describes the power supply LED patterns and the recommended actions for those patterns.

  • Page 166: Blower Assembly Led Descriptions, Blower Assembly

    Check the blower assembly status using the fanShow command. The status for each blower assembly displays OK, Absent, or Faulty. The RPM of each fan in the assembly is also provided. If a blower assembly is absent or faulty, contact HP. Figure 61 Blower assembly 1.

  • Page 167: Messages That May Indicate Wwn Card Failure

    Color Status Recommended action pur- pose Flashing amber (on 1/2 Fan is disabled. Run fanEnable to enable the fan. sec, then off 3.5 sec) Fast-flashing amber (on Environmental range ex- Check for out-of-bounds environ- 1/2 sec, then off 1/2 ceeded. mental condition, resolve any sec) problems, and reseat unit.

  • Page 168

    Figure 62 WWN bezel (logo plate) Monitoring DC04 SAN Director system components...

  • Page 169: Replacing Dc04 San Director Field-replaceable Units (frus), Replacing The Chassis Door, Removing The Chassis Door

    10 Replacing DC04 SAN Director field-replaceable units (FRUs) This chapter provides information for replacing the following components: IMPORTANT: The FRUs in the DC04 SAN Director can be removed and replaced without special tools. The DC04 SAN Director can continue operating during many of the FRU replacements if the conditions specified in the procedure are followed.

  • Page 170: Replacing The Vertical Cable Management Assembly, Installing The Chassis Door

    Installing the chassis door To install the chassis door (see Figure 63 on page 170): Align the holes in the door with the pins in the chassis Push the door into place. Figure 63 Removing or replacing a chassis door Replacing the vertical cable management assembly The DC04 SAN Director is equipped with two vertical cable management finger assemblies.

  • Page 171: Installing A Cable Management Finger Assembly, Replacing Dc04 San Director Port And Application Blades

    Unscrew and save the three screws holding the finger assembly to the rack upright (see Figure 64). Support the assembly to prevent it from falling. Remove the cable management finger assembly. If necessary, repeat step 1 through step 3 for the other finger assembly. Installing a cable management finger assembly To install a cable management finger assembly (see Figure...

  • Page 172: Removing A Blade

    WARNING! A filler panel should be removed only when being replaced with a Director blade, or a filler panel. Any slot that is not occupied by a Director blade should be occupied by a filler panel to ensure correct cooling of the chassis and protection from dust. Removing a blade CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling a DC04 SAN Director blade.

  • Page 173: Installing A Blade, Dc04 San Director Blade (fc8-48 Shown)

    FC8-16, FC8-32, FC8-48 blades: Open the ejectors. Pull the blade out of the chassis using the ejectors. FC10-6 and FR4-18i blades: Unscrew the two thumb screws from the top and bottom ejectors on the blade using the Phillips screwdriver. Open both ejectors simultaneously to approximately 45 degrees and pull the blade out of the chassis.

  • Page 174: Replacing A Blade Filler Panel, Removing A Filler Panel, Installing A Filler Panel

    FC8-16, FC8-32, FC8-48 blades: Adjust the ejectors to the open position, align the flat side of the blade inside the left and right rail guides in the slot, and slide the blade into the slot until it is firmly seated. See Figure FC10-6 and FR4-18i blades: Open the ejectors to approximately 45 degrees, align the flat side of the port blade inside the left and right rail guides in the slot, and slide the blade into the slot...

  • Page 175: Replacing A Control Processor Blade (cp8), Dc04 San Director Blade Filler Panel

    Slide the filler panel into the slot until it is firmly seated. Tighten the thumb screw at the bottom of the panel. Replace the chassis door (see “Installing the chassis door” on page 170). Figure 66 DC04 SAN Director blade filler panel Replacing a control processor blade (CP8) This section describes how to remove and replace a control processor (CP8) blade.

  • Page 176: Recording Critical Dc04 San Director Information

    • Replacement DC04 SAN Director CP blade (CP8) How to determine whether or not to replace a CP blade The following events might indicate that a CP blade is faulty: • The status LED on the CP blade is amber, or the power LED is not lit. •...

  • Page 177

    If the functioning CP blade is performing as the active CP blade, go to step 5. If the faulty CP blade is performing as the active CP blade, failover the blades: Login to the faulty CP blade as admin, using either a Telnet or a serial console connection. If you connect successfully to the faulty CP, continue to step 4b.

  • Page 178

    Logged into the active CP, use the configUpload command to upload the DC04 SAN Director configuration to a specified FTP server. Enter information at the prompts. This is a sample of backing up the configuration files: swDir:admin> configUpload Protocol (scp or ftp) [ftp]: ftp Server Name or IP Address [host]: 123.456.78.90 User Name [None]: user File Name [config.txt]: config.txt...

  • Page 179

    Open both ejector handles simultaneously to approximately 45 degrees and pull the CP blade out of the chassis (see Figure 67). Figure 67 Control processor blade (CP8) Installing a control processor blade (CP8) To install a CP blade (slot 4 or 5): CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling a CP8 blade.

  • Page 180

    Verify the installation. See “Verifying operation of the new CP blade” on page 180. Replace the chassis door. See “Installing the chassis door” on page 170. Verifying operation of the new CP blade To verify that boot and POST are complete on the new CP blade and that the CP blade has achieved failover redundancy: Log into the active CP as admin.

  • Page 181: Replacing A Core Switch Blade (cr4s-8)

    Type firmwareDownload -s to download the firmware to one of the CP blades. Enter all requested information (use default values): swDir:admin> firmwaredownload -s Server Name or IP Address: 192.168.100.1 User Name: user File Name: /software/v6.2.0/release.plist Password: ******** Do Auto-Commit after Reboot [Y]: Reboot system after download [N]: Firmwaredownload has started.

  • Page 182: How To Determine Whether Or Not To Replace A Core Switch Blade

    The replacement procedure for the core switch blade takes approximately 30 minutes. The following items are required for the core switch blade replacement: • ESD grounding strap • Phillips #2 screwdriver • Replacement DC04 SAN Director core switch blade (CR4S-8) How to determine whether or not to replace a core switch blade The following events might indicate that a core switch blade is faulty: •...

  • Page 183: Installing A Core Switch Blade, Core Switch Blade (cr4s-8)

    Figure 68 Core switch blade (CR4S-8) Installing a core switch blade To install a CR blade (slot 3 or 6): CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling a CR4S-8 blade. Use the grounding connections above the power connectors on the chassis. Open the ejector handles to approximately 45 degrees, and then orient the CR blade so that the handles are toward you and the flat metal side is on the bottom.

  • Page 184: Removing A Power Supply, Replacing A Power Supply, Installing A Power Supply, Power Supply Identification

    Replace the chassis door. See “Installing the chassis door” on page 170. Replacing a power supply The DC04 SAN Director can continue operating during the replacement if at least one power supply continues operating. The replacement procedure for each power supply takes less than five minutes. A power supply unit or filler panel is required for the power supply replacement.

  • Page 185

    Insert the power supply into the slot and push the handle up. Verify that the power supply is seated by gently pulling on the handle (see Figure 70). Tighten the thumb screw. Replace the power cord. Turn on the power switch. Verify that the power LED on the power supply displays a steady green light.

  • Page 186: Removing A Blower Assembly, Installing A Blower Assembly

    Removing a blower assembly To remove a blower assembly: CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling DC04 SAN Director components. The Director chassis provides a grounding connection above the power connectors. Also, store ESD-sensitive components in antistatic packaging. Before removing a blower assembly, verify that the other blower assembly is functioning correctly. The power LEDs should be steady green.

  • Page 187: How To Determine Whether Or Not To Replace A Wwn Card

    Figure 71 Blower assembly Replacing the WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card The World Wide Name (WWN) cards contain fully redundant circuits and normally do not require replacement. Two WWN cards are located beneath the WWN bezel (logo plate). Allow approximately 20 minutes to replace a WWN card.

  • Page 188: Commands Identifying The Wwn Card Status, Wwn Led Patterns

    Check the LED indicators on the WWN bezel and verify that they reflect the actual status of the components. The WWN bezel covers the WWN cards and allows its LEDs to shine through. The LEDs on the WWN bezel provide a consolidated view of the port, CP, and CR blade status (see Table 36).

  • Page 189: Wwn Card Related System Log Messages, Removing The Wwn Bezel (logo Plate) And Wwn Card

    Check the error message indicating the status of the WWN unit (see Table 38). Type the chassisShow command to determine the status of the WWN unit. Table 38 WWN card related system log messages Type of message System message (errshow or errdump) WWN unit removal was detected <timestamp>, [EM-1050], <sequence-number>,, INFO, <system-name>, FRU WWN # removal detected.

  • Page 190

    Wait until the WWN card data is backed up. Do not type continue until the mechanical replacement is complete. See “Installing the WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card” on page 191. switch:admin> frureplace wwn This is the WWN card hot swap interface. Continuing from this point will require the whole process to be completed.

  • Page 191

    Figure 72 WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card Installing the WWN bezel (logo plate) and WWN card To install the WWN bezel and WWN card: CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling the WWN card. Use the grounding connections above the power connectors on the chassis.

  • Page 192

    In the CLI session, type continue after the prompt to indicate that the replacement has been completed. Please enter the word `continue' after the new WWN card has been installed: continue Restoring the information to the replacement FRU now, please wait about 20 seconds to complete Verifying the replacement FRU now...

  • Page 193: Replacing The Dc04 San Director Chassis, Optical Transceiver (sfp And Xfp) Extraction Tool

    Figure 73 Optical transceiver (SFP and XFP) extraction tool Replacing the DC04 SAN Director chassis This section describes how to remove and replace the DC04 SAN Director chassis (with its backplane). The basic steps are: Verifying the need for replacing the chassis.

  • Page 194: Verifying The Need For Replacing The Chassis, Recording Critical Dc04 San Director And San Information

    • Pallet jack or hydraulic or assisted lift that raises a minimum of 55 in. (140 cm) and carries a minimum of 250 lb (113 kg) • A surface to place the old chassis on, such as a second lift or the pallet originally provided with the old chassis •...

  • Page 195

    Output from supportshow command Location of spptshow.txt file: Notes regarding supportshow output: Information about the new chassis New Factory Serial Num: New Serial Num (if available): To record critical DC04 SAN Director and SAN information: Open a Telnet session and log in to the DC04 SAN Director as admin. The default password is password.

  • Page 196

    Record the DC04 SAN Director values on a workstation. Record the WWN value: Type wwn, then copy the command output into a file named config-miscinfo.txt. rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> wwn 10:00:00:60:69:00:00:0a Record the IP address information. Type ipAddrShow -sw, then copy the command output into the config-miscinfo.txt file.

  • Page 197

    CHASSIS/WWN Unit: 1 (in same assembly as WWN Unit: 2) Header Version: Power Consume Factor: Factory Part Num: 60-0001501-07 Factory Serial Num: FT02X805BE2 Manufacture: Day: 26 Month: Year: 2007 Update: Day: 14 Month: Year: 2009 Time Alive: 207 days Time Awake: 3 days <output truncated>...

  • Page 198

    Type supportShow, then copy the command output into a text file named spptshow.txt. NOTE: The supportShow command has a very long output and time for completion. It may last 20 minutes or longer depending on the size of the SAN. This file provides a backup of all the information that might be required by Technical Support.

  • Page 199

    Disconnect all cables from the CP8 and CR4S-8 blades. Disconnect any inter-chassis link (ICL) cables. Removing components from the chassis CAUTION: Wear a grounded ESD strap when handling DC04 SAN Director components and port blades. The Director chassis provides a grounding connection above the power connectors. Also, store ESD-sensitive components in antistatic packaging.

  • Page 200: Configuring The New Chassis Serial Number, Installing Components Into The New Chassis

    Use a pallet jack or other assisted lift to transport the new chassis to the installation area. Doorways must be wider than 91 cm (36 in) to accommodate the chassis on the pallet. Use a lift to raise the chassis to the correct level. If installing the chassis in a cabinet, follow the instructions provided by the rack kit manufacturer.

  • Page 201

    Open a CLI session (Telnet or serial) to the DC04 SAN Director and log in as root: The root and factory account disclaimer is displayed. • Log in using Telnet. Use the IP address of the DC04 SAN Director through Telnet and log in as root. Fabric OS (rsl8-st03-dcx-1) login: root Password:...

  • Page 202

    Log in to the DC04 SAN Director as admin: rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> login login: admin password: xxxxxxxx rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> Type slotShow command and verify that all the installed cards are detected and that their status is operational (enabled). rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> slotShow Slot Blade Type Status --------------------------------- UNKNOWN...

  • Page 203

    Verify that all the IP address information is correct by typing ipaddrshow and checking the results against the IP information recorded in the config-miscinfo.txt file. rsl8-st03-dcx-1:admin> ipaddrshow SWITCH Ethernet IP Address: 10.32.50.12 Ethernet Subnetmask: 255.55.0.0 Fibre Channel IP Address: 1.2.3.4 Fibre Channel Subnetmask: 255.255.255.0 Ethernet IP Address: 10.32.50.10 Ethernet Subnetmask: 255.55.0.0...

  • Page 204

    Reconnect the transceivers and cables to the port blades: NOTE: The ports and cables used in trunking groups must meet specific requirements. For a list of these requirements, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS 6.2.x administrator guide. Position one of the transceivers so that the key is oriented correctly to the port and insert the transceiver into the port until it is firmly seated and the latching mechanism clicks.

  • Page 205: Verifying That The Configuration Of The Fabric Is Correct

    Verifying that the configuration of the fabric is correct Copying the command outputs from this section into a file is recommended. To verify correct configuration of the fabric: Create an “after” SAN profile by entering the following commands and copying the output to a text file named SANafter.txt: •...

  • Page 206: Cable Routing Table For Dc04 San Director (48 Ports Shown), Cable Routing Table

    Resolve any issues or unintentional changes to the DC04 SAN Director or fabric. • If there are any mechanical problems, try reseating the associated component. • If the configuration information is not correct for the DC04 SAN Director, modify as required. If necessary, the configuration saved before the replacement can be downloaded using the configDownload command.

  • Page 207

    Slot/port Cable labels Connected Slot/port of device device Slot Port Switch end Device end HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 208

    Slot/port Cable labels Connected Slot/port of device device Slot Port Switch end Device end Replacing DC04 SAN Director field-replaceable units (FRUs)

  • Page 209: A Technical Specifications, General Specifications

    A Technical specifications This appendix provides information for both the DC SAN Director and the DC04 SAN Director. Differences in specifications between the products is indicated. The following information is included: • “General specifications” on page 209 • “System architecture” on page 210 •...

  • Page 210: System Architecture, Dc San Director System Architecture

    Specification Description Routing capacity A minimum aggregate routing capacity of four million frames per second (for Class 2, Class 3, and Class F frames in a 64-port switch) System architecture Table 42 DC SAN Director system architecture Fibre Channel Ports Up to 384 ports, universal (E_Port, F_Port, FL_port, Ex_port, and M_port) Control Processor Redundant (active/standby) control processor modules...

  • Page 211

    Port types The FC8-16 and FC8-32 supports these port types: FL_Port, F_Port, E_Port, and M_Port FC8-48 supports these port types: E_Port, F_Port, and M_Port FC10-6 supports this port type: E_Port FR4-18i supports these port types: FL_Port, F_Port, E_Ports, M_Port, VE_Port, EX_Port, and VEX_Port NOTE: Self-discovery is based on switch type (U_Port) with an optional port type control.

  • Page 212

    Table 43 DC04 SAN Director system architecture Fibre Channel Ports Up to 192 ports, universal (E_Port, F_Port, FL_port, Ex_port, and M_port) Control Processor Redundant (active/standby) control processor modules Scalability Full fabric architecture: 239 switches maximum Performance 1.063 Gb/s line speed, full duplex 2.125 Gb/s line speed, full duplex 4.25 Gb/s line speed, full duplex 8.50 Gb/s line speed, full duplex...

  • Page 213: System Size And Weight, Dc San Director System Size And Weight

    Fabric services Simple Name Server; Registered State Change Notification (RSN); Advanced Zoning; Web Tools; Fabric Watch; Extended Fabrics; ISL Trunking; End-to-End Performance Monitoring, FICON CUP, ACL (Access Control Lists), Admin Domains, Reliable Commit Service, NTP, Syslog, RASlog, auditing Inter-chassis linking (ICL) Chassis-to-chassis linkage through connectors on the core switch blade (CR4S-8) System size and weight The weight of the DC SAN Director can vary considerably depending on the combination of blades...

  • Page 214: System Blade And Fru Weights, Facility Requirements, System Fru Weights

    System Size and weight Empty chassis: 25.76 kg (56.8 lb.) • No blades • No CP blade • No core switch blade • No power supplies • No fan assemblies System blade and FRU weights Table 46 System FRU weights Weight CP blade (CP8) 3.0 kg (6.6 lb.)

  • Page 215: Power Specifications, Dc San Director, Dc04 San Director, Dc San Director Power Specifications

    • The power specifications listed in Table 47 Table • The environmental specifications listed in Table 50 Table • If the product will be installed in an EIA rack, ensure the following: • All equipment installed in the rack has a reliable branch circuit ground connection, and does not rely on a connection to a branch circuit, such as a power strip.

  • Page 216: Power Cords, Dc04 San Director Power Specifications

    The power specifications in Table 20 are calculated for fully loaded systems with two power supplies, four FC8-48 port blades, two CP8 blades, two CR4S-8 blades, and two blower assemblies. Table 48 DC04 SAN Director power specifications Specification Value Input voltage Range: 85 - 264 VAC Auto-volt, Nominal: 100 to 240 VAC Input frequency range 47-63 Hz;...

  • Page 217

    Country Plug style NEMA L6-20 CEE-7/7 BS-1363A AS 3112 IEC-60309 USA, Canada, “Schuko” United King- Aus- 32A-6h, 230 Mexico, other Continental dom/ Hong tralia/New North Americ- Europe/Ire- Kong Zealand an locations land Bahrain Belgium Brazil Chile China, People's Rep. Czech, Rep. of Denmark Egypt England...

  • Page 218

    Country Plug style NEMA L6-20 CEE-7/7 BS-1363A AS 3112 IEC-60309 USA, Canada, “Schuko” United King- Aus- 32A-6h, 230 Mexico, other Continental dom/ Hong tralia/New North Americ- Europe/Ire- Kong Zealand an locations land Malaysia Alternate Recommended Mexico Monaco Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal...

  • Page 219: Power Cords (japan, Denan), Environmental Requirements, Dc San Director Environmental Requirements

    Country Plug style NEMA L6-20 CEE-7/7 BS-1363A AS 3112 IEC-60309 USA, Canada, “Schuko” United King- Aus- 32A-6h, 230 Mexico, other Continental dom/ Hong tralia/New North Americ- Europe/Ire- Kong Zealand an locations land Venezuela Yugoslavia Power cords (Japan, Denan) Environmental requirements Table 50 lists the environmental operating ranges for the DC SAN Director.

  • Page 220: Fibre Channel Port Specifications, Dc04 San Director Environmental Requirements

    Condition Acceptable range during operation Acceptable range during non-oper- ation 2.4G p-p, 5-500 Hz at 1.0 Vibration 1G p-p, 5-500 Hz at 1.0 octave/minute octave/minute Air flow 350 cu ft/min. (0.00059 cu m/hr) None required. 1440 Watts or 4914 BTU (Eight FC8-48 Heat dissipation Not applicable.

  • Page 221

    The ports are universal and self-configuring, capable of becoming F_Ports (fabric ports), FL_Ports (fabric loop enabled), or E_Ports (expansion ports). The ports meet all required safety standards. For a listing of these standards, see “Regulatory compliance and safety notices” on page 229. HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 222: Data Transmission Ranges, Supported Cable Speeds And Distances

    Data transmission ranges Table 52 provides the data transmission ranges for different cable types and port speeds. Table 52 Supported cable speeds and distances Cable type Speed Minimum distance Maximum distance Single 9 microns 2 Gb/s 10,000 m Mode 4 Gb/s 10,000 m 8 Gb/s 1, 000 m...

  • Page 223: B Intelligent Blades, B-series Mp Router Blade (fr4-18i) Overview, Items Included With The Fr4-18i Blade

    B Intelligent blades This appendix provides information for the following blades: • “B-Series MP Router blade (FR4-18i) overview” on page 223 B-Series MP Router blade (FR4-18i) overview NOTE: The B-Series MP Router blade (FR4-18i) is used in the DC SAN Director and the DC04 SAN Director. The optional B-Series MP Router blade (FR4-18i) integrates sixteen physical Fibre Channel SFP ports supporting the Fibre Channel Routing Services, and two physical Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) SFP ports supporting the Fibre Channel Over IP (FCIP) feature.

  • Page 224: Optional Items, Installing And Configuring The Fr4-18i Blade, Installing The Fr4-18i Blade In The Director

    Optional items Purchase the following items separately: • Sixteen SFP transceivers • Two SFP transceivers for the GbE ports Installing and configuring the FR4-18i blade To configure the FR4-18i, complete the following tasks: “Installing the FR4-18i blade into the Director” on page 224 “Configuring FCIP and Fibre Channel Routing Services and enable the ports”...

  • Page 225: B-series Mp Router Blade (fr4-18i) Components

    scale: 5/16" = 1" 56-0000590-01 56-0000590-01 scale: 15/32" = 1" scale: 15/32" = 1" scale: 5/16" = 1" 25198a Figure 74 B-Series MP Router blade (FR4-18i) components 1. Blade power LED 2. Blade status LED 3. FC port 4. Upper ejector. 5.

  • Page 226: Configuring Fcip And Fibre Channel Routing Services And Enable The Ports, Cabling The Fr4-18i Blade

    Configuring FCIP and Fibre Channel Routing Services and enable the ports The ports on the FR4-18i blade are initially set to persistently disabled. If you want to enable the FC ports as a standard E_Port or F_port use the portcfgpersistentenable command to enable the ports. If you are using the FC ports as EX_Ports you must configure the Fibre Channel Routing Services feature prior to enabling the ports.

  • Page 227: Recommendations For Cable Management

    Verify the correct operation of the FR4-18i blade ports by typing the switchShow command from the Director command prompt. This command provides information about switch and port status. Once the FR4-18i blade is installed and fully configured in a Director, the switchShow command displays 32 Fibre Channel ports (port numbers 0 through 31) and two GbE ports.

  • Page 228

    Intelligent blades...

  • Page 229: C Regulatory Compliance And Safety Notices, Regulatory Compliance Notices

    Hewlett-Packard could result in the product not meeting the Class A limits, in which case the FCC could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

  • Page 230: Laser Device, Laser Safety Warning, Certification And Classification Information

    Laser device All HP systems equipped with a laser device comply with safety standards, including International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 825. With specific regard to the laser, the equipment complies with laser product performance standards set by government agencies as a Class 1 laser product. The product does not emit hazardous light.

  • Page 231: Laser Product Label, International Notices And Statements, Canadian Notice (avis Canadien), Class A Equipment

    EMC Directive 2004/108/EC Compliance with these directives implies conformity to applicable harmonized European standards (European Norms) which are listed on the EU Declaration of Conformity issued by Hewlett-Packard for this product or product family. This compliance is indicated by the following conformity marking placed on the product:...

  • Page 232: Japanese Notice, Korean Notices, Korean Notice

    Japanese notice Korean notices Korean Notice Regulatory compliance and safety notices...

  • Page 233: Environmental Regulation Compliance, China Rohs, Environmental Protection Use Period (epup) Disclaimer, Ts/hs Dual Language Sheet

    Environmental regulation compliance This section describes the China ROHS environmental regulatory compliance requirements for the HP StorageWorks DC SAN Backbone Director Switch and the HP StorageWorks DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switch. China RoHS The contents included in this section are per the requirements of the People's Republic of China- Management Methods for Controlling Pollution by Electronic Information products.

  • Page 234

    Name of the Component Hazardous/Toxic Substance/Elements Lead Mercury Cadmi- Hexavalent Polybromin- Polybromin- (PB) (Hg) um (Cd) Chromium ated Bi- ated Diphen- (CR6+) phenyl yl Ether (PBB) (PBDE) Fan, Blower assemblies PCBA cards Power Supply kit SFPs (optical cable connect- ors) Sheet Metal Chassis Assembly Mechanical brackets and...

  • Page 235: Safety Guidelines, Electrostatic Discharge Recommendations

    Safety guidelines The following sections summarize ways to maintain a safe operating environment for the Director. Electrostatic discharge recommendations To prevent damaging the system, be aware of the precautions you need to follow when setting up the system or handling parts. A discharge of static electricity from a finger or other conductor may HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 236: Grounding Methods, Battery Replacement Notice

    damage system boards or other static-sensitive devices. This type of damage may reduce the life expectancy of the device. To prevent electrostatic damage, observe the following precautions: • Avoid hand contact by transporting and storing products in static-safe containers. • Keep electrostatic-sensitive parts in their containers until they arrive at static-free workstations.

  • Page 237: Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice, Power Cords, Japanese Power Cord Notice

    Batteries, battery packs, and accumulators should not be disposed of together with the general household waste. To forward them to recycling or proper disposal, please use the public collection system or return them to HP, an authorized HP Partner, or their agents. For more information about battery replacement or proper disposal, contact an HP authorized reseller or service provider.

  • Page 238

    Regulatory compliance and safety notices...

  • Page 239: D Port Numbering Templates, Hp Storageworks Dc San Backbone Director Switch Templates

    D Port numbering templates Print or copy the templates on the following pages and use them to document the port numbering pattern for the DC SAN Director or DC04 SAN Director. HP StorageWorks DC SAN Backbone Director Switch templates The following port templates are provided for the DC SAN Director: •...

  • Page 240: Port Side Populated With Eight Fc8-48 Port Blades, Two Cr8 Blades, And Two Cp8 Blades

    Figure 76 Port side populated with eight FC8-48 port blades, two CR8 blades, and two CP8 blades Port numbering templates...

  • Page 241: Port Side Populated With Eight Fc8-32 Port Blades, Two Cr8 Blades, And Two Cp8 Blades

    26389a Figure 77 Port side populated with eight FC8-32 port blades, two CR8 blades, and two CP8 blades HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 242: Port Side Populated With Eight Fc8-16 Port Blades, Two Cr8 Blades, And Two Cp8 Blades

    26388a Figure 78 Port side populated with eight FC8-16 port blades, two CR8 blades, and two CP8 blades Port numbering templates...

  • Page 243: Fc10-6 Port Blades

    Figure 79 FC10-6 port blades HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 244

    Figure 80 FR4-18i router blade Port numbering templates...

  • Page 245: Hp Storageworks Dc04 San Backbone Director Switch Templates

    HP StorageWorks DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switch templates The following port templates are provided for the DC04 SAN Director: • Port side populated with four FC8-48 port blades, two CR4S-8 blades, and two CP8 blades • Port side populated with four FC8-32 port blades, two CR4S-8 blades, and two CP8 blades •...

  • Page 246: Port Side Populated With Four Fc8-48 Port Blades, Two Cr4s-8 Blades, And Two Cp8 Blades

    Figure 82 Port side populated with four FC8-48 port blades, two CR4S-8 blades, and two CP8 blades Port numbering templates...

  • Page 247: Port Side Populated With Four Fc8-32 Port Blades, Two Cr4s-8 Blades, And Two Cp8 Blades

    Figure 83 Port side populated with four FC8-32 port blades, two CR4S-8 blades, and two CP8 blades HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 248: Port Side Populated With Four Fc8-16 Port Blades, Two Cr4s-8 Blades, And Two Cp8 Blades

    Figure 84 Port side populated with four FC8-16 port blades, two CR4S-8 blades, and two CP8 blades Port numbering templates...

  • Page 249

    Figure 85 FC10-6 port blades HP StorageWorks DC and DC04 SAN Backbone Director Switches...

  • Page 250: Fr4-18i Router Blades

    Figure 86 FR4-18i router blades Port numbering templates...

  • Page 251: Index

    Index blades, DC04 support for, 113 accumulators, 237 blower assembly, DC audience, 15 status, 69 Avis Canadien, regulatory compliance notice, blower assembly, DC04 status, 165 blower assembly, DC replacing, 89 blower assembly, DC04 back up configuration, DC, 55 replacing, 185 back up configuration, DC04, 152 batteries...

  • Page 252

    CP blade, DC04 DC04 SAN Director replacing, 175 port numbering templates, 245 status, 160 blades available for, 118 CR blade, DC environmental requirements, 220 replacing, 86 features, 113 status, 66 hardware components, 114 CR4S-8 blade, DC04 high availability features, 119 replacing, 181 installation tasks, 125...

  • Page 253

    FRUs, DC blower assembly, 69 fabric, connecting DC to, 54 blower assembly fabric, connecting DC04 to, 151 replacing, 89 facility requirements, 214 cable management comb FCC (Federal Communications Commission) replacing, 74 modifications, 229 chassis door features, DC, 19 replacing, 73 features, DC04, 113 CP blade...

  • Page 254

    help obtaining, 17 network manageability, DC, 26 network manageability, DC04, 121 series number, 229 numbering, port, DC, 42 technical support, 17 numbering, port, DC04, 139 ICL kit, DC, 43 port ICL kit, DC04, 140 specifications, 220 IEC EMC, worldwide regulatory compliance port numbering templates, 239 notice, 231...

  • Page 255

    regulatory compliance information number, 229 Taiwan EPA battery recycling and disposal, 237 notices tasks, installation, DC, 29 Canada, 231 tasks, installation, DC04, 125 European Union, 231 technical support HP series number, 229 HP, 17 Japan, 232 technical support Korean, 232 service locator website, 18 modifications, 229...

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