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Cisco C880 M4 Storage Subsystem

Service Supplement
October, 2014

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  • Page 1: Cisco C880 M4 Storage Subsystem

    Service Supplement Cisco C880 M4 Storage Subsystem Service Supplement October, 2014...

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    MANUAL, EVEN IF CISCO OR ITS SUPPLIERS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    1.Preface Contents Cisco C880 M4 Storage Subsystem ......................1 Preface ..............................4 1.1. Documentation Overview ........................4 1.2. Notation Conventions........................5 Procedure ..............................6 Important Notes ............................7 3.1. Notes on Safety ..........................7 3.2. ESD Label ............................9 3.3. CE Conformity ..........................10 3.4. RFI Suppression ..........................10 3.5.

  • Page 4: Preface

    1.1Documentation Overview 1. Preface The storage subsystem is a passive system that can be directly attached for data management or for expanding the hard disk capacity of connected servers. With 2 height units (HU), the storage subsystem satisfies the requirements of both compactness and maximum hard disk capacity in 19-inch rack infrastructures.

  • Page 5: Notation Conventions

    1.Preface 1.2. Notation Conventions Italics indicate commands, menu items or software programs. ”Quotation marks” indicate names of chapters and terms that need to be emphasized. indicates an activity that must be performed. indicates that, if you ignore the information given at this point, your ATTENTION! health, the correct functioning of your system or the security of your data may be at risk.

  • Page 6: Procedure

    1.2Notation Conventions 2. Procedure ATTENTION! The activities described in this manual should only be performed by engineers, service personnel or technical specialists. First of all please familiarize yourself with the safety instructions in the chapter “Important Notes” on page 7. Make sure that all the manuals you need are available, printing out the PDF files if necessary.

  • Page 7: Important Notes

    3.Important Notes 3. Important Notes 3.1. Notes on Safety This chapter provides safety instructions which you must observe when handling your storage subsystem. The device complies with the relevant safety regulations for data processing equipment. The following safety instructions can also be found in the manual entitled “Safety notes and other important information”.

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    3.1Notes on Safety ATTENTION! ● Make sure that the sockets on the device and the power points used are freely accessible. ● Switching off the devices does not disconnect them from the mains. To completely disconnect it from the mains voltage, you must remove the power plugs from the power outlet. ●...

  • Page 9: Esd Label

    3.Important Notes 3.2. ESD Label Components which can be damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESDs, electro- static-sensitive devices) may have the following label: Figure 1: ESD label When handling modules with ESDs, it is essential that you observe the following guidelines: You must electrostatically discharge yourself (e.g.

  • Page 10: Ce Conformity

    3.3CE Conformity 3.3. CE Conformity The device complies with the requirements of EC directives 2004/108/EEC regarding “Electromagnetic Compatibility“ and 2006/95/EEC “Low-Voltage Directive“. This is indicated by the CE certificate label (CE = Communauté Européenne) on the back of the device. 3.4.

  • Page 11: Environmental Protection

    3.Important Notes 3.6. Environmental Protection Notes on packaging Do not throw away the packaging as you may need it for future transport. If possible, devices should be transported in their original packaging. This packaging information doesn’t apply to the Japanese market. Notes on labeling plastic housing parts Avoid sticking your own labels on plastic housing parts whenever possible, as this makes recycling more difficult.

  • Page 12: Replacing Components

    4.1Preparation 4. Replacing Components ATTENTION! When handling systems and boards, make sure you observe the safety information in the chapter “Important Notes” on page 7. 4.1. Preparation To replace components which are not hot-pluggable, proceed as follows: Shut down the server connected to the storage subsystem; wait until the server and the storage subsystem are switched off.

  • Page 13: Replacing The Sas Expander Module

    4.Replacing Components 4.2. Replacing the SAS Expander Module This component is NOT hot replaceable. Requirements – The connected server has been shut down, and the server and the storage subsystem are switched off. – The power cables have been uplugged. –...

  • Page 14: Replacing The Led Display

    4.3Replacing the LED Display 4.3. Replacing the LED Display This component is NOT hot replaceable. Requirements – The connected server has been shut down, and the server and the storage subsystem are switched off. – The power cables have been unplugged. –...

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    4.Replacing Components Figure 4: Removing the panel behind the bezel When disconnecting the panel and the flexible flat cable (FFC), be careful not to damage or break the lever, the connector, or the FFC. Lift up the lever of the flexible flat cable connector to the left (1). Remove the connector carefully from the panel (2).

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    4.3Replacing the LED Display Figure 5: Panel parts To install the LED display follow the above steps in reverse. Operating Manual...

  • Page 17: Replacing The Backplane

    4.Replacing Components 4.4. Replacing the Backplane This component is NOT hot replaceable. Requirements – The connected server has been shut down, and the server and the storage subsystem are switched off. – The power cables have been unplugged. – All other cables connected to the storage subsystem have been removed. –...

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    4.4Replacing the Backplane Figure 7: Removing/installing the FFC from/to the backplane At the flexible flat cable connector (FFC) connecting the backplane, lift up the lever and disconnect the FFC. Figure 8: Screws securing the backplane Remove the screws securing the backplane. Replace the backplane with a new replacement one.

  • Page 19: Cable Overview

    5.Cable Overview 5. Cable Overview Description From External SAS connection cable SAS expander module RAID-Ctrl of the server (2.0m) with two SFF8088 plugs External SAS connection cable SAS expander module RAID-Ctrl of the server (4.0m) with two SFF8088 plugs External SAS connection cable SAS expander module RAID-Ctrl of the server (6.0m) with two SFF8088 plugs...

  • Page 20: Abbreviations

    4.4Replacing the Backplane Abbreviations The technical terms and abbreviations given below represent only a selection of the full list of common technical terms and abbreviations. Not all technical terms and abbreviations listed here are valid for the described device. Alternating Current ACPI Advanced Configuration and Power Interface ANSI...

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    0.Abbreviations Direct Memory Access Desktop Management Interface DRAM Dynamic Random Access Memory Error Checking and Correcting Extensible Firmware Interface Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic interference Emergency Management Port EMRL Embedded RAID Logic Electrostatic Sensitive Devices, Electro Static Discharge EVRD Enterprise VRD Front Panel Controller Field Replaceable Unit Front Side Bus Graphical User Interface...

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    4.4Replacing the Backplane Inter-Integrated Circuit Input/Output Intelligent Chassis Management Identification Integrated Drive Electronics International Electrotechnical Commission Integrated Mirroring Enhanced IPMB Intelligent Platform Management Bus IPMI Intelligent Platform Management Interface iRMC integrated Remote Management Controller Interrupt Request Line Local Area Network Logical Block Address Liquid Crystal Display Logical Unit Number...

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    0.Abbreviations Original Equipment Manufacturer OHCI Open Host Controller Interface Operating System Peripheral Component Interconnect Prefailure Detection and Analyzing Power Distribution Board Programmed Input Output Programmable Logic Device POST Power-On Self Test PS(U) Power Supply (Unit) RAID Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks RoHS Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances (Waste from Electric and Electronic Equipment, EU guideline)

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    4.4Replacing the Backplane SATA Serial ATA Single-Bit Error Single Connector Attachment SCSI Small Computer System Interface Sensor Data Record SDRAM Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory System Event Log SHDG Server Hardware Design Guide System Management Interrupt Server Management Mode Symmetrical Multi-Processing Solid State Disk System Setup Utility SVGA...

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    0.Abbreviations...

  • Page 26: Figure

    4.4Replacing the Backplane Figure Figure 1: ESD label ...........................9 Figure 2: Removing the SAS expander module ..................13 Figure 3: Loosening the knurled thumb screw of the bezel ..............14 Figure 4: Removing the panel behind the bezel ..................15 Figure 5: Panel parts ..........................

  • Page 27: Table

    0.Table Table Table 1: Overview of the documentation ....................4 Table 2: Notational conventions .......................5...

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