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HP P2000 Replacement Instructions Page 2

Hp storageworks controller enclosure chassis replacement instructions (590358-002, april 2011).
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Moving side brackets to the replacement chassis
1.
Remove the side bracket from each side of the failed
chassis.
2.
Attach the side bracket to each side of the replacement
chassis.
Moving power and cooling modules to the
replacement chassis
1.
Remove the power and cooling modules from the failed
chassis:
a.
Turn the thumbscrew until the screw disengages
from the module (1).
b.
Rotate the latch downward to disconnect the
module from the internal connector (2).
c.
Pull the module straight out of the chassis (3).
2.
Install power and cooling modules in the replacement
chassis.
With the latch in the open position, slide the module
into the chassis as far as it will go and rotate the latch
upward to engage the module with the internal
connector. Then, turn the thumbscrew finger-tight.
Moving controller, I/O, or air management
modules to the replacement chassis
IMPORTANT:
Modules must be reinstalled in the
same bays from which they were removed.
Reinstalling a module in a bay other than the one
from which it was removed may result in loss of access
to the storage.
1.
Remove the modules from the failed chassis:
a.
Turn the thumbscrews until the screws disengage
from the module (1) and rotate both latches
downward to disengage the module from the
internal connector (2).
b.
Pull the module straight out of the chassis (3).
NOTE:
For clarity, only relevant details are
shown in this illustration. Port and LED
information is not included.
2.
Install the modules in the replacement chassis.
With the latches in the open position, slide the module
into the chassis as far as it will go. Rotate the latches
upward to engage the module with the internal
connector and then turn the thumbscrews finger-tight.
Installing the replacement chassis in the rack
CAUTION:
Because drives are heavy, HP
recommends moving the chassis with no drives
installed. If this is not possible, two or more people
are required to lift the chassis.
1.
Support the bottom of the chassis and place the chassis
in the rack.
2.
Secure the chassis to the rack.
3.
Install the ear bezels by aligning each bezel with the
ball nuts on the chassis ear and pressing firmly until the
bezel clicks in place.
Installing drive or drive blank modules in the
replacement chassis
IMPORTANT:
As a best practice, reinstall each drive
or drive blank module in the same bay number from
which it was removed.
1.
With the latch in the open position, slide the module
into the drive slot as far as it will go (1).
2.
Rotate the latch closed until it clicks (2).
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Completing the process
1.
Reconnect data cables to return to the original cabling
configuration. As needed, connect cables:
Between cascaded drive enclosures.
Between the first and last drive enclosure and the
controller enclosure.
Between the controller enclosure and the host.
2.
Reconnect power cords to the devices.
3.
Turn on power and cooling module switches (if present).
4.
Restart system devices in the following sequence,
allowing time for each device to complete its Power On
Self Tests (POST) before proceeding:
a.
Drive enclosures
b.
Controller enclosures
c.
Host
Verifying operation
View LEDs on the front of the chassis and on each module.
For detailed LED information, see the user guide for your
model controller enclosure or drive enclosure.
Drive modules: Verify that the Online/Activity LED
(bottom LED) is green.
Power and cooling modules: Verify that the Input Power
Source Good LED (top LED) is on.
Controller modules and I/O modules: Verify that the
OK LED is on, indicating that the module has completed
initializing and is online.
Chassis front panel: Verify that the Heartbeat LED is
green and that the Fault LED is off.
Returning failed items
In materials shipped with the replacement, HP specifies
whether the failed component must be returned. Follow the
provided instructions.
Additional information
Modular Smart Arrays:
http://www.hp.com/go/msa
Storage:
http://www.hp.com/storage
Support:
http://www.hp.com/support
Manuals:
http://www.hp.com/support/manuals

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