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P9500 Site Preparation Guide
Abstract
This guide describes the site preparation for HP StorageWorks P9500 disk arrays. The intended audience is a storage system
administrator or authorized service provider with independent knowledge of the HP StorageWorks P9500 and Remote Web
Console.
HP Part Number: AV400-96331
Published: May 201 1
Edition: Third

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    HP StorageWorks P9500 Site Preparation Guide Abstract This guide describes the site preparation for HP StorageWorks P9500 disk arrays. The intended audience is a storage system administrator or authorized service provider with independent knowledge of the HP StorageWorks P9500 and Remote Web Console.

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    © Copyright 2010, 201 1 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Confidential computer software. Valid license from HP required for possession, use or copying. Consistent with FAR 12.21 1 and 12.212, Commercial Computer Software, Computer Software Documentation, and Technical Data for Commercial Items are licensed to the U.S. Government under vendor's standard commercial license.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Planning for installation................5 Responsibilities.........................5 User responsibilities......................5 HP responsibilities........................5 Installation planning checklist.....................5 2 Safety requirements..................8 General safety guidelines......................8 Work safety guidelines......................8 Warning about moving parts....................9 Electrical safety guidelines....................9 3 Installation requirements................10 Safety requirements.........................10 General site requirements......................10 Equipment clearances......................10 Equipment weight......................11 Storage requirements......................11 Data center requirements......................11 Data communication requirements....................11...

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    Conventions for storage capacity values..................42 Typographic conventions......................42 Glossary....................44 Index......................45 Contents...

  • Page 5: Planning For Installation, Responsibilities, User Responsibilities, Hp Responsibilities, Installation Planning Checklist

    1 Planning for installation Unless otherwise specified, the term P9000 in this guide refers to the following disk array: P9500 Disk Array The GUI illustrations in this guide were created using a Windows computer with the Internet Explorer browser. Actual windows may differ depending on the operating system and browser used. GUI contents also vary with licensed program products, storage system models, and firmware versions.

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    Location: The specific location in the data center (area or “footprint” on the floor) where the P9500 disk array will be installed. User Information Company Address Contact Phone Mobile Email Contact Phone Mobile Email HP Information Contact Phone Mobile Email Contact Phone Mobile...

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    Installation Planning Checklist Does the data center provide appropriate fire protection for computer equipment such as P9500 disk arrays? Does the data center have a raised floor? Does the location meet the requirements for service clearance and cable routing (for example, floor cutouts)? Does the location meet the floor load rating requirements? Power Requirements...

  • Page 8: Safety Requirements, General Safety Guidelines, Work Safety Guidelines

    2 Safety requirements General safety guidelines Observe the following general site guidelines: General Requirements: The data center must comply with all applicable safety regulations, standards, and requirements for installing and operating industrial computer equipment similar to a P9500 disk array. Fire protection: The data center must have an operational fire protection system appropriate for use with computer and electrical equipment.

  • Page 9: Warning About Moving Parts, Electrical Safety Guidelines

    and ramps to a raised computer room floor. Move the cabinet slowly and deliberately, and make sure that the floor is free from foreign objects and cables that the cabinet could roll over. WARNING! To avoid injury, wear protective footwear when moving equipment. Warning about moving parts Even though customers do not install or maintain equipment, these guidelines are provided to prevent possible injury when working with authorized service personnel.

  • Page 10: Installation Requirements, Safety Requirements, General Site Requirements, Equipment Clearances

    3 Installation requirements Safety requirements Safety requirements and guidelines are covered in “Safety requirements” (page General site requirements The customer site must accommodate the delivery and movement of the equipment from the receiving dock to the installation location in the data center. Equipment clearances Receiving area: The receiving dock, storage area, and receiving area must be large enough to allow movement of and access to crated or packed equipment.

  • Page 11: Equipment Weight, Storage Requirements, Data Center Requirements, Data Communication Requirements

    Equipment weight The floors, elevators, and ramps must be able to support the weight of the delivered equipment as it is moved to the installation location. Spreader plates may be required to distribute the load and protect the floor as the equipment is moved from the receiving area to the installation location. Consult the system bill of materials to establish the anticipated summary weights.

  • Page 12: C-track, Insight Remote Support

    Table 5 Data communication requirements Column Head Column Head Internet connectivity infrastructure for C-Track Internetbased For the C-Track Internet connectivity, HP representatives remote support option. will help you obtain and set up/order the necessary infrastructure, including your choice of router configurations, a supported CMS management server, and access to SMTP server (optional) and DNS servers, in order to support reliable file transfer and serve the overall...

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    NOTE: HP Insight Remote Support Standard is not supported on XP and P9500 Disk Arrays. Table 6 P9500 disk array remote support products HP Product Description Application AE241A HP XP/P9500 Remote Device Access For customers that fully commit to use Support HP Remote Support.

  • Page 14: System Specifications And Requirements, Mechanical Specifications

    http://www.software.hp.com Select Insight Remote Support from the menu on the right. System specifications and requirements This section describes the physical characteristics of a P9500 disk array, including “Mechanical specifications” (page 14) “Electrical specifications” (page 15) “Environmental specifications” (page 19) Mechanical specifications The following table lists the mechanical specifications of the P9500 disk array.

  • Page 15: Electrical Specifications

    Figure 1 P9500 disk array Figure 2 Example P9500 disk array configurations Electrical specifications “P9500 Electrical specifications - single phase current” (page 16) “P9500 Electrical specifications - three phase current” (page 17) list the electrical specifications of the P9500 disk array, including power requirements and power consumption.

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    Table 8 P9500 Electrical specifications - single phase current Item Unit Specification Power requirements, system AC, single phase 2 pole + 200 V to 240 V, +6% -8% 50 Hz ±3 Hz, 60 Hz ± 2 Hz operating ground Drive Rack (384 HDD) 5.1KVA (2.5"...

  • Page 17: Grounding

    Table 9 P9500 Electrical specifications - three phase current Item Unit Specification Power requirements AC, 3 Phase delta 208 V +5/- 1 5%, 50/60 Hz Power consumption . Drive Rack (384 HDD) 5.1KVA (2.5" SAS) NOTE: The power Maximum 31.4 KVA consumption of the system is the same whether it uses Controller chassis power...

  • Page 18: Power Connection, Ac Power - Pdu Options

    Power connection The AC power input for the P9500 disk array has a duplex PDU structure. This duplex structure enables the entire rack to remain powered on if power is removed from one of the two power distribution panels. CAUTION: When installing a system, connect the AC cables between the PDUs and PDPs correctly.

  • Page 19: Environmental Specifications

    NOTE: PDU models can be changed in the field using offline maintenance procedures Figure 3 P9500 AC Power Configuration Diagram Environmental specifications Table 1 1 (page 19)provides the environmental specifications and requirements for the P9500 disk array. Table 1 1 P9500 environmental specifications Item Operating Not Operating...

  • Page 20: Heat Output And Air Flow

    Table 1 1 P9500 environmental specifications (continued) Item Operating Not Operating In Storage Vibration 10 to 300 Hz 5 to 10 Hz: 2.5 mm Sine Vibration: to 10Hz: 0.25 mm 0.49 m/s 10 to 70 Hz: 4.9 m/s 4.9 m/s , 5 min.

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    Table 12 Heat, power, and airflow (continued) Model Number Heat Output (kW) Power Consumption (kVA) Air Flow (M3/min) AV423A - HP P9500 8-port 0.072 0.076 2-8 Gbps FC CHA AV424A - HP P9500 16-port 0.072 0.124 2-8 Gbps FC CHA AV425A - HP P9500 16p 1-4 0.1 18 0.124...

  • Page 22: Equipment Noise, Service Clearance, Floor Cutout, And Floor Load Rating, Single Rack Configuration

    Table 12 Heat, power, and airflow (continued) Model Number Heat Output (kW) Power Consumption (kVA) Air Flow (M3/min) AV490A - HP P9500 200GB 0.0127 0.0134 SAS 2.5in DP SSD Notes: 1: Maximum values in case the all fans rotate at maximum. 2: Power is consumed during the battery back-up time only.

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    Figure 4 Service clearances for a single rack system Table 14 Floor load rating and required clearances for single rack configuration Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 24: Two Rack Configuration (one Dkc)

    Table 14 Floor load rating and required clearances for single rack configuration (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

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    Figure 5 Service clearances for a two rack system (single DKC) Table 15 Floor load rating and required clearances for two rack configuration Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 26: Two Rack Configuration (two Dkc)

    Table 15 Floor load rating and required clearances for two rack configuration (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

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    Figure 6 Service clearances for a two rack system (two DKC) Table 16 Floor load rating and required clearances for a two rack configuration (two DKC) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 28: Three Rack Configuration (left Module)

    Table 16 Floor load rating and required clearances for a two rack configuration (two DKC) (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

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    Figure 7 Service clearances for a three rack system (left module) Table 17 Floor load rating and required clearances for a three rack configuration (left module) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 30: Three Rack Configuration (right Module)

    Table 17 Floor load rating and required clearances for a three rack configuration (left module) (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

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    Figure 8 Service clearances for a three rack system (right module) Table 18 Floor load rating and required clearances for a three rack configuration (right module) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 0 .1 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 32: Four Rack Configuration (left Module)

    Table 18 Floor load rating and required clearances for a three rack configuration (right module) (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

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    Figure 9 Service clearances for a four rack system (left module) Table 19 Floor load rating and required clearances for a four rack configuration (left module) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 0 .1 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 34: Four Rack Configuration (right Module)

    Table 19 Floor load rating and required clearances for a four rack configuration (left module) (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

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    Figure 10 Service clearances for a four rack system (right module) Table 20 Floor load rating and required clearances for a four rack configuration (right module) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 0 .1 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 36: Five Rack Configuration

    Table 20 Floor load rating and required clearances for a four rack configuration (right module) (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

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    Figure 1 1 Service clearances for a five rack system Table 21 Floor load rating and required clearances for a five rack configuration Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 38: Six Rack Configuration

    Table 21 Floor load rating and required clearances for a five rack configuration (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 0 .1 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

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    Figure 12 Service clearances for a six rack system Table 22 Floor load rating and required clearances for a six rack configuration Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 Service clearance, floor cutout, and floor load rating...

  • Page 40: Operational Requirements

    Table 22 Floor load rating and required clearances for a six rack configuration (continued) Floor Load Required Clearance (a+b) m Rating Clearance (c) m (kg/m2) C=0.2 C=0.4 C=0.6 C=0.6 0 .1 Notes: 1. Actual clearances for installation should be determined after consulting with construction specialist responsible for installation building, as they could vary depending on the size/layout of the system and building conditions.

  • Page 41: Support And Other Resources, Contacting Hp, Subscription Service, Documentation Feedback, Related Information, Hp Websites

    4 Support and other resources Contacting HP For worldwide technical support information, see the HP support website: http://www.hp.com/support Before contacting HP, collect the following information: Product model names and numbers Technical support registration number (if applicable) Product serial numbers Error messages Operating system type and revision level Detailed questions Subscription service...

  • Page 42: Conventions For Storage Capacity Values, Typographic Conventions

    Conventions for storage capacity values P9000 disk arrays use the following values to calculate physical storage capacity values (hard disk drives): 1 KB (kilobyte) = 1,000 bytes 1 MB (megabyte) = 1,000 bytes 1 GB (gigabyte) = 1,000 bytes 1 TB (terabyte) = 1,000...

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    WARNING! Indicates that failure to follow directions could result in bodily harm or death. CAUTION: Indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or data. IMPORTANT: Provides clarifying information or specific instructions. NOTE: Provides additional information. TIP: Provides helpful hints and shortcuts.

  • Page 44: Glossary

    I/O slots and the number of ports available per I/O adapter. The P9000 and XP family of disk arrays supports Fibre Channel (FC) ports as well as other port types. Ports are named by port group and port letter, such as CL1-A.

  • Page 45: Index

    Index installation, LAN, checklist, operational, 7, clearances, equipment, power, contacting HP, power connection, conventions safety, 5, document, service clearance, storage capacity values, site, text symbols, storage, 6, responsibilities support team, disk arrays respopnsibilities supported models, user, document conventions, documentation specifications, HP website, electrical, providing feedback,...

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