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Part number: 488320-002
Second edition: July 2008

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    HP StorageWorks 2012sa Modular Smart Array user guide Part number: 488320-002 Second edition: July 2008...
  • Page 2 © Copyright 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents About This Guide ........... 7 Intended Audience .
  • Page 4 Installation Checklist ..........27 Installing Enclosures Into a Rack .
  • Page 5 Troubleshooting ........... 53 Fault Isolation Methodology .
  • Page 6 Environmental Requirements and Specifications ......71 Regulatory Compliance and Safety ........77 Index .
  • Page 7: About This Guide

    About This Guide Intended Audience This guide is intended for use by system administrators and information professionals who are experienced with the following: Direct attach storage (DAS) or storage area network (SAN) management ■ Network administration ■ Network installation ■ Storage system installation and configuration, including installing an HP rack ■...
  • Page 8: Document Conventions

    Document Conventions Typeface Meaning Examples AaBbCc123 Book title, new term, or See the user guide. emphasized word A virtual disk (vdisk) can ..You must ... Directory or file name, The default file name is store.logs. AaBbCc123 value, command, or .The default user name is manage on-screen output Type exit...
  • Page 9: Hp Technical Support

    HP Technical Support Telephone numbers for worldwide technical support are listed on the HP support website: http://www.hp.com/support Collect the following information before calling: Technical support registration number (if applicable) ■ Product serial numbers ■ Product model names and numbers ■ Applicable error messages ■...
  • Page 10: Subscription Service

    Subscription Service HP strongly recommends that customers sign up online using the Subscriber's choice website: http://www.hp.com/go/e-updates Subscribing to this service provides you with e-mail updates on the latest product enhancements, newest versions of drivers, and firmware documentation updates as well as instant access to numerous other product resources. HP Websites For other product information, see the following HP websites: http://www.hp.com...
  • Page 11: System Components

    CH A P T E R System Components The MSA2000 Family 2012sa Modular Smart Array and MSA2000 Drive Enclosure are high-performance storage solutions that combine outstanding performance with high reliability, availability, flexibility, and manageability. Supported configurations include a controller enclosure with or without attached drive enclosures.
  • Page 12: System Management Software

    System Management Software Embedded management software includes a web-browser interface and the command-line interface described below. HP StorageWorks MSA2000 Family Storage Management Utility (SMU) SMU is the primary interface for configuring and managing the system. A web server resides in each controller module. SMU enables you to manage the system from a web browser that is properly configured and that can access a controller module through an Ethernet connection.
  • Page 13: Hardware Components And Leds

    Hardware Components and LEDs This section describes the main hardware components of your storage system enclosures. Controller Enclosure Components and LEDs Table 1-1 describes the controller enclosure components. Table 1-1 Controller Enclosure Components Description Quantity Controller (I/O) module 1 or 2 SAS or SATA drive module 2–12 per enclosure AC power-and-cooling module...
  • Page 14 Figure 1-1 shows the LEDs on the front of a controller enclosure. Enclosure ID Drive module LEDs (top to bottom) Status LEDs (top to bottom): Fault/UID Fault ID Online/activity Heartbeat Drive modules are numbered by column top to bottom: 0–2, 3–5, 6–8, 9–11 Figure 1-1 Controller Enclosure LEDs (Front View) Table 1-2 describes the LEDs on the front of a controller.
  • Page 15 Table 1-3 describes the LEDs on the drive module. Table 1-3 Drive Module LED Combinations (Front) Online/Activity Fault/UID (green) (amber/blue) Description The drive is online, but it is not currently active. Blinking The drive is active and operating normally. irregularly Amber, blinking Offline;...
  • Page 16 Figure 1-2 shows the ports and switches at the back of the controller enclosure. Power switch Host ports MUI (Service) port CLI port Ethernet port Expansion port Figure 1-2 Controller Ports and Switches (Back View) Table 1-4 describes the ports and switches on the back of the controller. Table 1-4 Controller Ports and Switches (Back) Location Port/Switch...
  • Page 17 Figure 1-3 shows the LEDs at the back of the controller. AC Power Good Host link status Cache status Expansion port status DC Voltage/Fan Fault/ Service Required Host link activity Host activity Unit Locator Ethernet activity OK to Remove Fault/Service Required Ethernet link status Figure 1-3 Controller LEDs (Back View) Table 1-5 describes the LEDs on the back of the controller.
  • Page 18 Table 1-5 Controller LEDs (Back) (Continued) Location Color State Description Controller Unit Locator White Normal operation. module Blink Physically identifies the controller module. Controller OK to Blue The controller module is not prepared for module Remove removal. The controller module can be removed. Controller Fault/Service Amber...
  • Page 19 Table 1-5 Controller LEDs (Back) (Continued) Location Color State Description Controller Cache status Green Blink A Compact Flash flush or cache self-refresh module is in progress. Indicates cache activity. • If the LED is blinking evenly, a cache flush is in progress. When a controller module loses power and write cache is dirty (contains data that has not been written to disk), the super-capacitor pack...
  • Page 20: Drive Enclosure Components And Leds

    Table 1-5 Controller LEDs (Back) (Continued) Location Color State Description Controller Ethernet activity Green The Ethernet link has no I/O activity. module Blink The Ethernet link has I/O activity. Controller Expansion port Green The port is empty or the link is down. module status The port link is up and connected.
  • Page 21 The components and LEDs on the front of a drive enclosure are the same as on a controller enclosure; see Figure 1-1 and Table 1-2. Figure 1-4 shows the ports and switches at the back of the drive enclosure. Power switch SAS In port Service port SAS Out port...
  • Page 22 Figure 1-5 shows the LEDs at the back of the drive enclosure. AC Power Good DC Voltage/Fan Fault/ SAS In port status SAS Out port status Service Required Unit Locator OK to Remove Fault/Service Required Figure 1-5 Drive Enclosure LEDs (Back View) Table 1-8 describes the LEDs on the back of the drive enclosure.
  • Page 23 Table 1-8 Drive Enclosure LEDs (Back) (Continued) Location Color State Description Expansion Fault/Service Amber A fault has been detected or a service action module Required is required. Blink Indicates a hardware-controlled power up or a cache flush or restore error. Expansion Green Expansion module is not OK.
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  • Page 25: Installing And Cabling Enclosures

    CH A P T E R Installing and Cabling Enclosures This chapter describes how to install and cable enclosures. It contains the following sections: “Site Planning” on page 25 ■ “Required Tools” on page 25 ■ “Safety Precautions” on page 26 ■...
  • Page 26: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions For your protection, observe the following safety precautions when setting up your equipment: Install the system in accordance with the local safety codes and regulations at the ■ facility site. Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment. Ensure that the voltage and frequency of your power source match the voltage ■...
  • Page 27: Installation Checklist

    Installation Checklist Table 2-1 outlines the steps required to install the enclosures and initially configure the system. To ensure a successful installation, perform the tasks in the order they are presented. Table 2-1 Installation Checklist Step Installation Task Where to Find Procedure Prepare the rack for installation.
  • Page 28: Installing Enclosures Into A Rack

    Installing Enclosures Into a Rack This section describes how to install the enclosures into a standard 19-inch rack cabinet with a 28 to 36-inch (71.12 to 91.44-cm) depth. To help you correctly identify the screws, keep all hardware items in plastic Tip –...
  • Page 29 Figure 2-1 provides a visual overview of the rackmount kit assembly components and corresponds to the steps that follow. #10-32 x 5/8 truss screws (Step 6) #10-32 x 5/8 truss screws Rear bracket connected to rack (Step 9) Threaded PEMs (4) Side bracket #8-32 x 3/16 flathead screws (Step 5)
  • Page 30 Use the following procedure and refer to Figure 2-1 to install each enclosure into the rack. If the rackmount bracket kit you are installing includes assembly Note – instructions, use them in place of the instructions in this guide. When positioning an enclosure in the rack, do not block the air vents at the front or back of the enclosure.
  • Page 31 Figure 2-2 Side Bracket With Alignment Marks b. On one side, insert the first two screws through the side bracket slots above and below the alignment mark into the rear-most threaded holes in the enclosure. For example, to mount the enclosure in a 28-inch deep rack, position the side bracket so that the 28-inch alignment mark is aligned with the rear-most threaded holes in the enclosure.
  • Page 32: Attaching The Ear Caps

    Attaching the Ear Caps The plastic ear caps are snap-on parts that require some care when attaching or removing them. After the enclosure has been installed in the rack cabinet, attach the ear caps, which are located in a plastic bag included in the controller and drive enclosure packages.
  • Page 33: Connecting Controller And Drive Enclosures

    Connecting Controller and Drive Enclosures Use the supplied SAS cables to connect a controller enclosure to up to three drive enclosures. Figure 2-4 and Figure 2-5 show the recommended fault-tolerant cabling patterns. In an enclosure, the upper module is designated A and the lower module is designated B.
  • Page 34 Controller A Controller B Figure 2-5 Fault-Tolerant Cabling Connections Between One Controller Enclosure and Up to Three Drive Enclosures HP StorageWorks 2012sa Modular Smart Array user guide • May 2008...
  • Page 35 Controller A Controller B Figure 2-6 Non-Fault-Tolerant Cabling Connections Between One Controller and Up to Three Drive Enclosures Chapter 2 Installing and Cabling Enclosures...
  • Page 36: Connecting Ac Power

    Connecting AC Power Use this procedure to connect AC power to the enclosures. 1. Verify that both power switches are off. 2. Using the AC power cords, for each enclosure, connect one power-and-cooling module to one power source in the rack, and the other power-and cooling-module to a separate power source in the rack.
  • Page 37: Testing The Enclosure Connections

    Testing the Enclosure Connections Use this procedure to power on the newly installed system. 1. Press the power switches at the back of each drive enclosure to the On position. This ensures that the disks in the enclosures have enough time to completely spin up before being scanned by the RAID modules in the controller enclosure.
  • Page 38: Obtaining Ip Values For Your Storage System

    When powering on the system, make sure to power up the enclosures and associated data host in the following order: 1. Drive enclosures first 2. Controller enclosure next 3. Data hosts last (if they are powered down for maintenance purposes) Obtaining IP Values for Your Storage System To obtain the IP values for your system: 1.
  • Page 39: Connecting Hosts

    CH A P T E R Connecting Hosts This chapter describes how to connect data and management hosts to controller enclosures. It contains the following sections: “Host System Requirements” on page 39 ■ “Connecting the Enclosure to Data Hosts” on page 40 ■...
  • Page 40: Installing The Msa2000 Family Ses Driver For Microsoft Windows Hosts

    Installing the MSA2000 Family SES Driver for Microsoft Windows Hosts Installing the MSA2000 Family SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) driver prevents Microsoft Windows hosts from displaying the Found New Hardware Wizard when the storage system is discovered. 1. Download MSA2000 Family SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) driver package from the .
  • Page 41: Configuring A System For The First Time

    CH A P T E R Configuring a System for the First Time This chapter describes how to perform first-time configuration on the storage system using HP StorageWorks MSA2000 Family Storage Management Utility (SMU), which is the primary interface for configuring and managing the system. It also describes how to perform basic storage configuration to verify that your system is working.
  • Page 42: Setting Management Port Ip Addresses Using The Cli

    Setting Management Port IP Addresses Using the CLI If you used DHCP to set the IP addresses, you do not have to set them using Note – the CLI as described in this section. Ethernet Management ports on controller module A and controller module B are configured with the following default values: Management Port IP Address: 10.0.0.2 (controller A), 10.0.0.3 (controller B) ■...
  • Page 43 Your package contents include a micro-DB9-to-DB9 serial cable. If necessary, use a DB9-to-DB25 adapter (not included) for connecting the serial cable to a DB25 serial port on the host computer. 3. Start and configure a terminal emulator, such as HyperTerminal or VT-100, using the display settings in Table 4-1 and the connection settings in Table 4-2.
  • Page 44 4. In the terminal emulator, connect to controller A. 5. Press Enter to display the CLI prompt (#). 6. At the prompt, type the following command to set the values you obtained in Step 1 for each Ethernet management port, first for controller A and then for controller B: set network-parameters ip address netmask netmask gateway gateway controller a|b where:...
  • Page 45 As shown in the following example, network parameters, including the IP address, gateway address, and subnet mask are displayed for each controller. Network Parameters Controller A -------------------------------- IP Address : 192.168.0.10 Gateway : 192.168.0.1 Subnet Mask : 255.255.0.0 MAC Address : 00:00:FF:D5:01:4D Addressing Mode : Manual...
  • Page 46: Configuring Your Web Browser For Smu

    Configuring Your Web Browser for SMU Before using SMU to perform remaining steps, ensure that your web browser is properly configured according to the following guidelines: Use one of the following browsers: ■ Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later ■ Mozilla Firefox 1.0.7 or later ■...
  • Page 47: Updating Firmware

    Updating Firmware After installing the hardware and powering up the enclosure for the first time, be sure to verify that the controllers and drive enclosures have the latest firmware. SMU enables you to view the software, hardware, and other version information for each controller and the enclosures.
  • Page 48: Creating Virtual Disks

    If no NTP server is present, the date and time are maintained as if NTP had not been enabled. To manually set the system date and time: 1. Select Manage > General Config > Set Date/Time. 2. In the Set System Date panel, select the current month, day, and year. 3.
  • Page 49 To create both virtual disks: 1. Select Manage > Virtual Disk Config > Create A Vdisk. 2. Select Manual Virtual Disk Creation. 3. Type a name for the virtual disk. The name is case-sensitive and can include 17 characters. Allowed characters include letters, numbers, hyphens, underscores, and spaces.
  • Page 50: Mapping A Volume To A Host

    Mapping a Volume to a Host To enable a data host to access a volume you created, you must map the volume to the host. The port World Wide Name (WWN) of each host connected to the system is automatically added to the system’s global host port list. Before mapping a data host to a volume you must identify the data host’s port WWN and a LUN that the host is not using.
  • Page 51: Logging Out Of Smu

    If the above tests succeed, your system is ready for use. 3. Optionally, unmount the volume and delete the vdisks created for test. Logging Out of SMU If you do not log out of SMU when you have finished using it, other users manage cannot log in to the same controller module and your IP address stays logged in for...
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  • Page 53: Troubleshooting

    CH A P T E R Troubleshooting Fault Isolation Methodology The MSA2000 Family storage system provides many ways to isolate faults within the system. This section presents the basic methodology used to locate faults and the associated FRUs. The basic fault isolation steps are: Gather fault information, including by using system LEDs ■...
  • Page 54: Review The Event Logs

    When a fault occurs, the Fault ID status LED on an enclosure’s right ear (see Figure 1-1) illuminates. Check the LEDs on the back of the enclosure to narrow the fault to a FRU, connection, or both. The LEDs also help you identify the location of a FRU reporting a fault.
  • Page 55: Correcting Enclosure Ids

    If the Enclosure Does Not Initialize It may take up to two minutes for the enclosures to initialize. If the enclosure does not initialize: Perform a rescan. ■ Power cycle the system. ■ Make sure the power cord is properly connected and check the power source that ■...
  • Page 56: Using System Leds To Diagnose Problems

    Using System LEDs to Diagnose Problems This section describes possible reasons and actions to take when an LED indicates a fault condition. See “System Components” on page 11 for descriptions of all LED statuses. Is the front panel Fault ID amber? Answer Possible Reasons Actions...
  • Page 57: Is The Controller Back Panel Fault/service Required Led Amber

    Is the controller back panel Fault/Service Required LED amber? Answer Possible Reasons Actions System functioning properly. No action required. One of the following errors • Restart this controller from the (blinking) occurred: other controller using SMU or the CLI. • Hardware-controlled power- up error •...
  • Page 58: Is The Drive Module Fault/uid Led Blinking Amber

    Is the drive module Fault/UID led blinking amber? Answer Possible Reasons Actions No, but the Online/Activity The drive is No action required. LED is blinking rebuilding. Note: Do not remove a drive that is rebuilding. Removing a drive may terminate the current operation and cause data loss.
  • Page 59: Is A Connected Port's Host Link Status Led Off

    Is a connected port’s Host Link Status LED off? Answer Possible Reasons Actions System functioning properly. No action required. The link is down. • Check cable connections. • Reseat cables. • Replace cables. • In SMU, review the event logs for indicators of a specific fault in a host data path component.
  • Page 60: Is A Connected Port's Ethernet Link Status Led Off

    Is a connected port’s Ethernet link status LED off? Answer Possible Reasons Actions System functioning properly. No action required. The link is down. Use standard networking troubleshooting procedures to isolate faults on the network. Is the power-and-cooling module AC Power Good LED off? Answer Possible Reasons...
  • Page 61: Is The Power-and-cooling Module Dc Voltage/fan Fault/service Required Led Amber

    Is the power-and-cooling module DC Voltage/Fan Fault/Service Required LED amber? Answer Possible Reasons Actions System functioning properly. No action required. The power supply unit or a fan When isolating faults in the power- is operating at an unacceptable and-cooling module, remember that voltage/RPM level, or has the fans in both modules receive failed.
  • Page 62: Is The Drive Enclosure Fault/service Required Led Amber

    Is the drive enclosure Fault/Service Required LED amber? Answer Possible Reasons Actions System functioning properly. No action required. One of the following errors • Check the event log for specific (blinking) occurred: information regarding the fault. • Hardware-controlled power- • Isolate the fault. up error •...
  • Page 63: Isolating A Host-side Connection Fault

    Isolating a Host-Side Connection Fault During normal operation, when a controller module host port is connected to a data host, the port’s host link status LED and host link activity LED are green. If there is I/O activity, the host activity LED blinks green. If data hosts are having trouble accessing the storage system, and you cannot locate a specific fault or cannot access the event logs, use the following procedure.
  • Page 64: Isolating A Controller Module Expansion Port Connection Fault

    Is the host link status LED on? Yes – You have isolated the fault to the HBA. Replace the HBA. ■ No – It is likely that the controller module needs to be replaced. ■ 6. Move the cable back to its original port. Is the host link status LED on? No –...
  • Page 65 4. Move the expansion cable to a port on the RAID enclosure with a known good link status. This step isolates the problem to the expansion cable or to the controller module’s expansion port. Is the expansion port status LED on? Yes –...
  • Page 66: Resolving Voltage And Temperature Warnings

    Resolving Voltage and Temperature Warnings 1. Check that all of the fans are working by making sure each power-and-cooling module’s DC Voltage/Fan Fault/Service Required LED is off or by using SMU to check the Status Summary page (select Monitor > Status > Status Summary). 2.
  • Page 67: Power Supply Sensors

    Power Supply Sensors Each enclosure has two fully redundant power-and-cooling modules with load- sharing capabilities. The power supply sensors described in the following table monitor the voltage, temperature, and fans in each power-and-cooling module. If the power supply sensors report a voltage that is under or over the threshold, check the input voltage.
  • Page 68: Temperature Sensors

    Temperature Sensors Extreme high and low temperatures can cause significant damage if they go unnoticed. Each controller module has six temperature sensors. Of these, if the CPU or FPGA temperature reaches a shutdown value, the controller module is automatically shut down. Each power-and-cooling module has one temperature sensor.
  • Page 69: Power-and-cooling Module Voltage Sensors

    To view the controller enclosure’s temperature status, in SMU, as an Advanced Manage user: Select Monitor > Status > Advanced Settings > Temperature Status. ● Power-and-Cooling Module Voltage Sensors Power supply voltage sensors ensure that an enclosure’s power supply voltage is within normal ranges.
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  • Page 71: Safety Requirements

    A P P E N D I X Environmental Requirements and Specifications Safety Requirements Install the system in accordance with the local safety codes and regulations at the facility site. Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment. Site Requirements and Guidelines The following sections provide requirements and guidelines that you must address when preparing your site for the installation.
  • Page 72: Weight And Placement Guidelines

    Site wiring must include an earth ground connection to the AC power source. ■ The supply conductors and power distribution boxes (or equivalent metal enclosure) must be grounded at both ends. Power circuits and associated circuit breakers must provide sufficient power and ■...
  • Page 73: Electrical Guidelines

    Electrical Guidelines These enclosures work with single-phase power systems having an earth ground ■ connection. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not plug an enclosure into any other type of power system. Contact your facilities manager or a qualified electrician if you are not sure what type of power is supplied to your building.
  • Page 74: Management Host Requirements

    Management Host Requirements A local management host with at least one serial port connection is recommended for the initial installation and configuration of a controller enclosure. After you configure one or both of the controller modules with an Internet Protocol (IP) address, you then use a remote management host on an Ethernet network to configure, manage, and monitor.
  • Page 75: Environmental Requirements

    Table A-2 Rackmount Enclosure Weights Specification Rackmount 2012sa Modular Smart Array (12 drives) • SAS drives 64.5 lb (29.3 kg) • SATA drives 65.5 lb (29.8 kg) MSA2000 Drive Enclosure (12 drives) • SAS drives 62 lb (28.2 kg) • SATA drives 63 lb (28.6 kg) Environmental Requirements Table A-3 Operating Environmental Specifications...
  • Page 76: Electrical Requirements

    Electrical Requirements Site Wiring and Power Requirements Each enclosure has two power and cooling modules for redundancy. If full redundancy is required, use a separate power source for each module. The AC power supply unit in each power and cooling module is auto-ranging and is automatically configured to an input voltage range from 88–264 VAC with an input frequency of 47–63 Hz.
  • Page 77: Regulatory Compliance

    A P P E N D I X Regulatory Compliance and Safety Regulatory Compliance Federal Communications Commission Notice Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules and Regulations has established Radio Frequency (RF) emission limits to provide an interference- free radio frequency spectrum.
  • Page 78: Class B Equipment

    (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. For questions regarding your product, visit http://www.hp.com For questions regarding this FCC declaration, contact us by mail or telephone: Hewlett-Packard Company ■ P.O. Box 692000, Mailstop 510101 Houston, Texas 77269-2000 1-281-514-3333 ■...
  • Page 79: Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers

    Modifications The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard Company may void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Cables...
  • Page 80: Laser Device

    Regulatory compliance label Figure 5-1 Regulatory Compliance Label Location 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.
  • Page 81: Certification And Classification Information

    Certification and Classification Information This product contains a laser internal to the fiber optic (FO) transceiver for connection to the Fibre Channel communications port. In the USA, the FO transceiver is certified as a Class 1 laser product conforming to the requirements contained in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) regulation 21 CFR, Subchapter J.
  • Page 82: European Union Notice

    Class B Equipment This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada. European Union Notice Products bearing the CE marking comply with the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community and if this product has telecommunication functionality, the...
  • Page 83: Japanese Notice

    Japanese Notice Korean Notices Appendix B Regulatory Compliance and Safety...
  • Page 84: Battery Replacement Notice

    Safety Battery Replacement Notice Your computer is equipped with a lithium manganese dioxide, a vanadium pentoxide, or an alkaline internal battery or battery pack. There is a danger of explosion and risk of personal injury if the battery is incorrectly replaced or mistreated.
  • Page 85: Power Cords

    Power Cords The power cord set must meet the requirements for use in the country where the product was purchased. If the product is to be used in another country, purchase a power cord that is approved for use in that country. The power cord must be rated for the product and for the voltage and current marked on the product electrical ratings label.
  • Page 86: Grounding Methods

    Place parts on a grounded surface before removing them from their containers. ■ Avoid touching pins, leads, or circuitry. ■ Always be properly grounded when touching a static-sensitive component or ■ assembly (see “Grounding Methods” on page 86). Grounding Methods There are several methods for grounding.
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    Slovenian Notice Spanish Notice Eliminación de residuos de equipos eléctricos y electrónicos por parte de usuarios particulares en la Unión Europea Este símbolo en el producto o en su envase indica que no debe eliminarse junto con los desperdicios generales de la casa. Es responsabilidad del usuario eliminar los residuos de este tipo depositándolos en un "punto limpio"...
  • Page 96: Swedish Notice

    Swedish Notice Bortskaffande av avfallsprodukter från användare i privathushåll inom Europeiska Unionen Om den här symbolen visas på produkten eller förpackningen betyder det att produkten inte får slängas på samma ställe som hushållssopor. I stället är det ditt ansvar att bortskaffa avfallet genom att överlämna det till ett uppsamlingsställe avsett för återvinning av avfall från elektriska och elektroniska produkter.
  • Page 97 Index storage, first time, 41 connecting accessing AC power, 36 SMU, 46 controller and drive enclosures, 33 the CLI, 42 controller enclosures to data hosts, 40 accumulators, 84 serial cable to set IP address, 42 Avis Canadien, regulatory compliance to remote management hosts, 40 notice, 81 using reverse cabling, 33 console requirement, 74...
  • Page 98 electrical requirements, 76 IDs, correcting, 55 data hosts input frequency requirement, 76 connecting to controller enclosures input voltage requirement, 76 mapping to volumes, 50 installation checklist, 27 system requirements, 39 powering on, 37 date and time, setting, 47 site requirements, 74 declaration of conformity, 78 testing connections, 37 DHCP...
  • Page 99 cache status, 18, 19 DC Voltage/Fan Fault/Service Required, 17, 22 heartbeat drive modules, 15 LED, 14 Enclosure ID, 14 heel straps, using, 86 Ethernet activity, 20 help, obtaining, 10 Ethernet link status, 19 hosts, See data hosts expansion port status, 20 Fault/Service Required, 18, 23 address for heartbeat, 14...
  • Page 100 connecting AC, 36 power supply, 67 temperature, 68 power cord voltage, 69 compliance notice, 85 current rating, 85 series number, regulatory compliance, 79 replacement, 85 SES driver, installing on data hosts, 40 set, 85 shock operating range, 75 voltage rating, 85 site planning power cord requirements, 76 electrical requirements, 76...
  • Page 101 terminal emulator connection settings, 43 display settings, 43 toe straps, using, 86 tools required for installation, 25 tools, conductive type, 86 troubleshooting, 64 correcting enclosure IDs, 55 using system LEDs, 56 UID LED, 14 Unit identification (UID) LED, 14 ventilation requirements, 73 vibration operating range, 75 virtual disks creating, 48...
  • Page 102 HP StorageWorks 2012sa Modular Smart Array user guide • May 2008...

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