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  • Page 1 Cisco C880 M4 Server Service Guide October, 2014 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 2 INABILITY TO USE THIS 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: Revision History

    Revision history Version Date Description number August 25, 2014 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Setup Procedure (SET) Adding a System Board ..................... 10 Conditions for adding Components ..............10 1.1.1 Number of mounted system boards ............10 1.1.2 Conditions concerning combined use of system boards ......10 1.1.3 Main unit status ..................10 Procedure for Adding a System Board ............... 11 1.2.1 Checking the delivered items ..............
  • Page 5 Adding an Internal Hard Disk Drive (HDD) / Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) ..31 Conditions for Adding Components ..............31 5.1.1 Number of mounted internal HDD / SSD ........... 31 5.1.2 Conditions concerning combined use of HDD / SSD ........31 5.1.3 Main unit status ..................
  • Page 6 9.1.3 Main unit status ..................43 Procedure for Adding a PCI Express Card............43 9.2.1 Checking the delivered items ..............43 9.2.2 Mounting the adding options ..............43 Appendix A Customer's Distribution Panel Breaker Requirements (Only When Connected to a Power Distribution Box) ....................
  • Page 7 B.9.1 MMB ........................74 B.9.2 BIOS ........................75 B.10 Main Unit Firmware Version ................76 B.11 Memory type confirmation ..................77 B.12 Power Restoration Policy ..................78 C Handling the Units ......................79 C.1 The units mounting location ................... 79 C.2 System Board ......................
  • Page 8 C.15.3 Installing the SAS Array Controller Card into both Slot#0 and Slot#1 ..127 D Cable Routing ......................129 E Input Power Systems ....................130 E.1 Cisco C880 ......................130 E.1.1 200V standard configuration ................. 130 E.1.2 200V redundant power supply configuration ..........131 E.1.3 200V dual power feed configuration ..............
  • Page 9: Setup Procedure (set)

    Setup Procedure (SET) CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 10: Adding A System Board

    SET0100000 1 Adding a System Board This appendix describes various operations required for installation. SET0101000 1.1 Conditions for adding Components SET0101010 1.1.1 Number of mounted system boards - The number of maximum mounting is four. SET0101020 1.1.2 Conditions concerning combined use of system boards - The conditions for adding components described in Chapter 2 Adding a CPU Module (SET0200000) must be satisfied.
  • Page 11: Procedure For Adding A System Board

    SET0102000 1.2 Procedure for Adding a System Board SET0102010 1.2.1 Checking the delivered items (1) Check the delivered items by confirming the following. 1. The types and quantities of delivered options match those written on the order sheet. 2. The delivered items match those listed in the List of Accessories. 3.
  • Page 12 Figure 1.2.2-1 (9) Select the [Replace Unit] radio button. (10) Click the [Next] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-2 appears. Figure 1.2.2-2 (11) Select the [SB(BATTERY/CPU/DIMM/Mezz/PCISlot)] radio button. (12) Click the [Next] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-3 appears. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 13 Figure 1.2.2-3 (13) Select the radio button in the [SB] column corresponding to the added SB. (14) Click the [Next] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-4 appears. Figure 1.2.2-4 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 14 (15) Click the [Next] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-5 appears. Figure 1.2.2-5 (16) Select the [Cold System Maintenance] radio button. (17) Click the [Next] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-6 appears. Figure 1.2.2-6 (18) Click the [Next] button. →...
  • Page 15 Figure 1.2.2-7 (19) Click the [Next] button. → The dialog box [The current Serial Number is the same as the previous Serial Number Are you sure ?] appears. (20) Click the [OK] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-8 appears. Figure1.2.2-8 →...
  • Page 16 Figure 1.2.2-9 → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-10 appears. Figure 2.2.2-10 CA92344-0577-01...
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  • Page 18 (21) Confirm the firmware version. (22) Click the [Next] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-11 appears. Figure 1.2.2-11 (23) Click the [Next] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-12 appears. Figure 1.2.2-12 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 19 (24) Click the [OK] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-13 appears. Figure 1.2.2-13 → The system board is powered off and the window shown in Figure 1.2.2-14 appears. Figure 1.2.2-14 (25) Click the [Log Save] button. → The dialog box [Are you sure?] appears. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 20 (26) Click the [OK] button. → The window shown in Figure 1.2.2-15 appears. Figure 1.2.2-15 (27) Wait about five minutes until the window shown in Figure 1.2.2-16 appears. ANNT) - When [The file downloading was blocked.] window appears due to security settings, click [X] on the right corner of the window.
  • Page 21 Figure 1.2.2-17 (31) Click the [OK] button. → The system exits Maintenance Mode. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 22: Adding A Cpu Module

    SET0200000 2 Adding a CPU Module This chapter describes the procedure for adding a CPU module. In this chapter, SB represents a System Board. SET0201000 2.1 Conditions for Adding Components SET0201010 2.1.1 Number of mounted CPU modules - CPUs should be mounted CPU#0 and CPU#1. See Appendix C.3, "CPU (APP0303000)". SET0201020 2.1.2 Conditions concerning mixing different types of CPU module - CPU modules mounted in the same model name.
  • Page 23: Procedure For Adding A Cpu Module

    SET0203000 2.2 Procedure for Adding a CPU Module SET0203010 2.2.1 Checking the delivered items (1) Check the delivered items by confirming the following. 1. The types and quantities of delivered options match those written on the order sheet. 2. The delivered items match those listed in the List of Accessories. 3.
  • Page 24: Adding Memory

    SET0300000 3 Adding Memory This chapter describes the procedure for adding memory. See Chapter 4. Adding Memory Expansion Board (SET0400000) and add a memory for adding a memory at the memory mounting location ([0Cx],[0Dx],[1Cx],[1Dx]). In this chapter, a SB represents a System Board. SET0301000 3.1 Conditions for Adding Components - Memory can be added only after the corresponding CPU module is mounted on the system board.
  • Page 25: Memory Mounting Order

    Table 3.1.2-1 Table 3.1.2-2 RMRK)Symbol The same symbol for each Memory Operation Mode represents the same type of DIMMs. All DIMMs must have the same type. SET0301030 3.1.3 Memory mounting order - Memory mounting order is see Table 3.1.3. - Ask the system administrator to confirm the partition configuration and Memory Operation Mode settings.
  • Page 26: Main Unit Status

    Table 3.1.3 RMRK)DIMM Slot DIMM Slot# [xCx]/[xDx] are mounting locations on the Memory Expansion board side. SET0301040 3.1.4 Main unit status - Table 3.1.4 lists whether an SB addition can be added in each main unit status. Table 3.1.4 Main unit status Work possible? - AC power to the main unit is off (Cold maintenance (AC power off))
  • Page 27: Procedure For Adding Memory

    SET0302000 3.2 Procedure for Adding Memory SET0302010 3.2.1 Checking the delivered items (1) Check the delivered items by confirming the following. 1. The types and quantities of delivered options match those written on the order sheet. 2. The delivered items match those listed in the List of Accessories. 3.
  • Page 28: Mounting The Adding Options (new Sb)

    (3) Enter Maintenance Mode. See Appendix B.1.1, "Enabling maintenance Mode (APP0201010)". (4) Confirm that requirements for mounting the added options satisfy ones listed on table 3.2.2-2. If requirements are not satisfied, check with the system administrator to satisfy the requirements. Table 3.2.2-2 Section Items to be confirmed...
  • Page 29: Adding A Memory Expansion Board

    SET0400000 4 Adding a Memory Expansion Board This chapter describes the procedure for adding a memory expansion board. In this chapter, SB represents a system board. ANNT) - If you want to add some DIMMs at the same time, you may need to install DIMMs into SB onboard slots before adding a memory expansion board.
  • Page 30: Procedure For Adding Memory Expansion Board

    SET0402000 4.2 Procedure for Adding Memory Expansion Board SET0402010 4.2.1 Checking the delivered items (1) Check the delivered items by confirming the following. 1. The types and quantities of delivered options match those written on the order sheet. 2. The delivered items match those listed in the List of Accessories. 3.
  • Page 31: Adding An Internal Hard Disk Drive (hdd) / Internal Solid State Drive (ssd)

    SET0500000 5 Adding an Internal Hard Disk Drive (HDD) / Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) This chapter describes the procedure for adding the internal hard disk drive (HDD) and the internal solid state drive (SSD) into the disk unit (DU). In this chapter, HHD and SSD represent the internal hard disk drive and the internal solid state drive.
  • Page 32: Procedure For Adding Hdd / Ssd

    SET0502000 5.2 Procedure for Adding HDD / SSD SET0502010 5.2.1 Checking the delivered items (1) Check the delivered items by confirming the following. 1. The types and quantities of delivered options match those written on the order sheet. 2. The delivered items match those listed in the List of Accessories. 3.
  • Page 33: Adding A Disk Unit (du)

    SET0600000 6 Adding a Disk Unit (DU) This chapter describes the procedure for adding a disk unit (DU). In this chapter, DU represents a disk unit. IOU represents both IOU_1GbE and IOU_10GbE. This procedure include the procedure for adding a SAS array controller and a flash backup unit into a DU.
  • Page 34: Main Unit Status

    SET0601030 6.1.3 Main unit status - Table 6.1.3 lists whether an SB addition can be added in each main unit status. Table 6.1.3 Main unit status Work possible? - AC power to the main unit is off (Cold maintenance (AC power off)) - AC power to the main unit is on - System Powered Off (Cold maintenance (standby))
  • Page 35 Table 6.2.2 Item Setting values http://<Maintenance IP Address>:<http port#> or https://<Maintenance IP Address>:<https port#> This depends on the system configuration. http port#:Default(8081) https port#:Default(432) Username Account username Password Account password (3) Enter Maintenance Mode. See Appendix B.1.1, "Enabling maintenance Mode (APP0201010)". (4) Prepare disk units which added SAS array controller cards and flash backup units into.
  • Page 36: Adding An Iou

    SET0700000 7 Adding an IOU This chapter describes the procedure for adding an IOU. In this chapter, IOU represents both IOU_1GbE and IOU_10GbE. SET0701000 7.1 Conditions for Adding Components SET0701010 7.1.1 Number of mounted IOUs - The number of maximum mounting is four. SET0701020 7.1.2 Conditions concerning combined use of IOUs - There are no conditions concerning the combined use of IOUs.
  • Page 37: Procedure For Adding An Ious

    SET0702000 7.2 Procedure for Adding an IOUs SET0702010 7.2.1 Checking the delivered items (1) Check the delivered items by confirming the following. 1. The types and quantities of delivered options match those written on the order sheet. 2. The delivered items match those listed in the List of Accessories. 3.
  • Page 38 Figure 7.2.2 (7) Remove the dummy IOU, and install the IOU. See Appendix C.9.1, "Installing the IOU (APP0309010)". (8) Confirm that the Alarm LEDs are not on. (9) Change Maintenance Mode disabled. See Appendix B.1.2,” Disabling maintenance mode (APP0201020)”. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 39: Adding A Psu

    SET0800000 8 Adding a PSU This chapter describes the procedure for adding a high-efficiency PSU (200V), a PSU (200V). Need to prepare power supply cables which match input AC cables. See Table 9 and confirm the power supply configuration. The power supply configuration depends on the total number of power supply units in the main unit including the PSU added.
  • Page 40: Main Unit Status

    SET0801030 8.1.3 Main unit status - Table 8.1.3 lists whether an SB addition can be added in each main unit status. Table 8.1.3 Main unit status Work possible? - AC power to the main unit is off (Cold maintenance (AC power off)) - AC power to the main unit is on - System Powered Off (Cold maintenance (standby))
  • Page 41 (6) Mount the PSU. See Appendix C.8 PSU (APP0308000). (7) Install the power cable to the main unit. See Table 8.2.2-2. Table8.2.2-2 Unit type Power Supply configuration Refer to "Input Power Systems" Cisco C880 200V (APP0501010) standard configuration 200V (APP0501020) redundant power supply configuration...
  • Page 42: Adding A Pci Express Card

    SET0900000 9 Adding a PCI Express Card This chapter describes the procedure for adding a PCI Express card into an IOU. There are adding only a PCI Express card and adding a PCI Express card with IOU. See Chapter 7. Adding an IOU (SET0700000) for details of the procedure for adding a PCI Express card with I/O unit.
  • Page 43: Main Unit Status

    SET0901030 9.1.3 Main unit status - Table 9.1.3 lists whether an SB addition can be added in each main unit status. Table 9.1.3 Main unit status Work possible? - AC power to the main unit is off (Cold maintenance (AC power off)) - AC power to the main unit is on - System Powered Off (Cold maintenance (standby))
  • Page 44 Table9.2.2-1 IOU type PCI Express card slot IOU_1GbE IOU_10GbE [Symbol] FH : Full Height LP : Low Profile Figure 9.2.2 (2) Connect the FST. See Appendix B.2.1, "FST Setup and Connection (APP0202010)". (3) Login to the Web-UI. Table 9.2.2-2 lists the values to be set to log in to Web-UI. See Appendix B.3.1, "Login (APP0203010)".
  • Page 45: Appendix

    (4) Enter Maintenance Mode. See Appendix B.1.1, "Enabling maintenance Mode (APP0201010)". (5) Confirm the numbers and mounting locations of a PCI Express card. (6) Remove the IOU which is installed the PCI Express card into. See Appendix C.9.2, "Removing the IOU (APP0309020)". (7) Install a PCI Express card.
  • Page 46: Appendix

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  • Page 47: A Customer's Distribution Panel Breaker Requirements

    APP0100000 Customer's Distribution Panel Breaker Requirements (Only When Connected to a Power Distribution Box) This appendix describes the requirements for the breaker in the customer's distribution panel. To protect the device when it is connected to the customer's distribution panel through a power distribution box, the corresponding breaker in the customer's power distribution panel must meet the following characteristic requirements so that the breaker of the device (or the power distribution box) trips before the corresponding breaker in the customer's distribution panel.
  • Page 48: B Various Operations

    APP0200000 B Various Operations This appendix describes various operations required for installation. APP0201000 B.1 Maintenance Mode This section describes how to enable and disable maintenance mode. APP0201010 B.1.1 Enabling maintenance mode (1) Common operations 1. Click [Maintenance] on the navigation bar. →...
  • Page 49 Figure B.1.1-2 Maintenance Wizard (Example) 4. Click the [Next] button. → The window shown in Figure B.1.1-3 appears. Figure B.1.1-3 Maintenance Wizard (Maintenance System State) (Example) CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 50 ANNT) The procedure for enabling maintenance mode varies depending on the state of the main unit. Follow the procedure for cold maintenance, hot maintenance, according to the state of the main unit. (2) Procedure for cold system maintenance 1. Select the [Cold System Maintenance] radio button. 2.
  • Page 51 Figure B.1.1-5 Maintenance Wizard(Maintenance System State) (Example) 3. Click the [Next] button. 4. Confirm that the background color of the Information area is gray and that [Under Maintenance] is displayed. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 52: Disabling Maintenance Mode

    APP0201020 B.1.2 Disabling maintenance mode (1) Common operations 1. Click [Maintenance] on the navigation bar. → The window shown in Figure B.1.2-1 appears. Figure B.1.2-1 Maintenance Wizard (Example) 2. Select the [Exit Maintenance Mode] radio button. 3. Confirm that the [Exit Maintenance Mode] radio button is selected. See Figure B.1.2-2. Figure B.1.2-2 Maintenance Wizard (Example) CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 53 ANNT) The procedure for enabling maintenance mode varies depending on the state of the main unit. Follow the procedure for cold maintenance, hot maintenance, according to the state of the main unit. (2) Procedure for cold system maintenance. 1. Click the [Next] button. →...
  • Page 54 3. Click the [OK] button. 4. Confirm that the background color of the Information area is white and that [Under Maintenance] is not displayed. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 55: Fst Connection

    APP0202000 B.2 FST Connection This section describes connection between the main unit and the FST. APP0202010 B.2.1 FST Setup and Connection Use the following instructions for setting the FST and connecting between the FST and the MMB. (1) Connect a LAN straight cable between the FST LAN port and the MMB LOCAL port on the MMB.
  • Page 56: Console Redirection

    APP0202020 B.2.2 Console Redirection (1) Start the FST terminal software. (2) Specify the [Maintenance IP Address] in terminal software [Host]. (3) Enter “23” in terminal software [TCP Port#]. (4) Make a telnet connection. See Figure B.2.2-1. Figure B.2.2-1 -->The window shown in “Figure B.2.2-2” appears. Figure B.2.2-2 (5) Enter account username in [login:] and press the [Enter] key.
  • Page 57 Figure B.2.2-3 (6) Enter account password in [login:] and press the [Enter] key. → The display shown in “Figure B.2.2-4” appears. Figure B.2.2-4 (7) Enter console command and press the Enter key. Command : console <timeout> timeout = 0 is disable timeout. Example) console 0 →...
  • Page 58 Figure B.2.2-5 Connecting console (Example) (8) Enter "Y" and press the [Enter] key. → The display shown in “Figure B.2.2-6” appears. Figure B.2.2-6 (9) Enter “yes” and press the [Enter] key. The display will be updated after powering on the appropriate partition and booting UEFI. ANNT)Console connection - The console connection will be disconnected if you do not enter within 10 minutes.
  • Page 59: Mmb Web-ui

    APP0203000 B.3 MMB Web-UI APP0203010 B.3.1 Login This section describes how to log in to the Web-UI. (1) Start the Web browser on the FST. (2) Specify the URL in the Web browser. <URL example> http://192.168.1.1:8081 (3) Press the [Enter] key. (4) Enter the user name in the [Username] field.
  • Page 60: Video Redirection

    APP0204000 B.4 Video Redirection Follow the instructions below and start the Video Redirection. (1) Navigation Bar [Partition] → Click on Sub Menu [Console Redirection]. → The window shown in “Figure B.4-1” appears. Figure B.4-1 (2) Check the check box [Video Redirection]. (3) Click the [Apply] button.
  • Page 61: System Power Control

    APP0205000 B.5 System Power Control This section describes how to power on/off system. APP0205010 B.5.1 System Power On (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [Power Control]. → The window shown in “Figure B.5.1-1” appears. Figure B.5.1-1 Power Control (Example) (2) Select [Power On] form the [Power Control] pull-down list box.
  • Page 62: System Power Off

    APP0205020 B.5.2 System Power Off (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [Power Control]. → The window shown in “Figure B.5.2-1” appears. Figure B.5.2-1 Power Control (Example) (2) Select [Power Off] form the [Power Control] pull-down list box. (3) Click the [Apply] button.
  • Page 63: Status

    APP0206000 B.6 Status APP0206010 B.6.1System Status (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [System Status]. → The window shown in “Figure B.6.1” appears. Figure B.6.1 System Status (Example) CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 64: B.6.2 Sb

    APP0206020 B.6.2 SB (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Sub Menu [SB] → Click on [SB#]. → The window shown in “Figure B.6.2” appears. Figure B.6.2 SB (Example) CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 65: Power Supply

    APP0206030 B.6.3 Power Supply (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [Power Supply ]. → The window shown in “Figure B.6.3” appears. Figure B.6.3 Power Supply (Example) The [Type] display in the [Power Supply] window represents the meaning below. PSU_P : High-efficiency Power Supply Unit (200V) PSU_S : Power Supply Unit (200V) FANU : FAN Unit...
  • Page 66: Iou

    APP0206040 B.6.4 IOU (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Sub Menu [IOU] → Click on [IOU#]. → The window shown in “Figure B.6.4” appears. Figure B.6.4 IOU (Example) CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 67: B.6.5 Du

    APP0206050 B.6.5 DU (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Sub Menu [DU] → Click on [DU#]. → The window shown in “Figure B.6.5” appears. Figure B.6.5 DU (Example) CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 68: Redundant Power Supply And Dual Power Feed Configuration

    APP0207000 B.7 Redundant Power Supply and Dual Power Feed Configuration This section describes how to set the redundant power supply and dual power feed settings for the main unit. APP0207010 B.7.1 Redundant power supply (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [System Setup]. →...
  • Page 69 Figure B.7.1-2 (5)Click the [OK] button. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 70: Dual Power Feed

    APP0207020 B.7.2 Dual power feed (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [System Setup]. → The window shown in “Figure B.7.2-1” appears. Figure B.7.2-1 System Setup(Example) (2) Select the [Dual] radio button under [Power Feed Mode]. (3) Click the [Apply] button. →...
  • Page 71: System Event Log

    APP0208000 B.8 System Event Log This section describes how to download and clear the system event log. APP0208010 B.8.1 Downloading the System Event Log (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [System Event Log]. → The window shown in “Figure B.8.1-1” appears. Figure B.8.1-1 System Event Log (Example) (2) Click the [Download] button.
  • Page 72 Figure B.8.1-2 (4) Wait about five minutes until the window shown in Figure B.8.1-3 appears. Figure B.8.1-3 (5) Click the [Download Link] in the window shown in Figure F.8.1-3. → The "dialog box" appears. (6) Specify a holder to save the file. (7) Click the [Save] button.
  • Page 73: Clearing The System Event Log

    APP0208020 B.8.2 Clearing the System Event Log (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [System Event Log]. → The window shown in “Figure B.8.2-1” appears. Figure B.8.2-1 System Event Log (Example) (2) Click the [Clear All Events] button. →...
  • Page 74: Configuration Backup

    APP0209000 B.9 Configuration Backup This section describes MMB/BIOS configuration backup. APP0209010 B.9.1 MMB (1) Navigation Bar [Maintenance] → Sub Menu [Backup/Restore Configuration] → Click on [Backup/Restore MMB Configuration]. → The window shown in “Figure B.9.1-1” appears. Figure B.9.1-1 Backup/Restore MMB Configuration (Example) (2) Click the [Backup] button.
  • Page 75: Bios

    APP0209020 B.9.2 BIOS (1) Navigation Bar [Maintenance] → Sub Menu [Backup/Restore Configuration] → Click on [Backup/Restore BIOS Configuration]. → The window shown in “Figure B.9.2-1” appears. Figure B.9.2-1 Backup BIOS Configuration (Example) (2) Click the [Backup] button → [File Download] dialog box appear. (3) Click the [Save] button.
  • Page 76: Main Unit Firmware Version

    APP0210000 B.10 Main Unit Firmware Version (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [Firmware Information]. →The window shown in "Figure B.10" appears. Figure B.10 (2) Confirm that the [Unified Firmware Version]. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 77: Memory Type Confirmation

    APP0211000 B.11 Memory type confirmation (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Sub Menu [SB] → Click on [SB#]. → The window shown in "Figure B.11-1" appears. Figure B.11-1 (2) Check the product name and serial number according to [Size] and [Rank] under the [DIMMs] display.
  • Page 78: Power Restoration Policy

    APP0212000 B.12 Power Restoration Policy (1) Navigation Bar [System] → Click on Sub Menu [System Setup]. →The window shown in "Figure B.12-1" appears. Figure B.12-1 (2) Select the setup value from the [Power Restoration Policy] pull-down list. (3) Click the [Apply] button. →...
  • Page 79: C Handling The Units

    APP0300000 C Handling the Units This appendix describes the handling of the units mounted on the main unit. APP0301000 C.1 The units mounting location Figure C.1-1 FRONT CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 80 Figure C.1-2 REAR Figure C.1-3 IOU_1GbE Figure C.1-4 IOU_10GbE CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 81 Figure C.1-5 Disk Unit CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 82: System Board

    APP0302000 C.2 System Board APP0702010 C.2.1 Installing the system board (1) Installing the system board. See Figure C.2.1. 1. Move section C of the top and bottom of a SB inward with both hands. Figure C.2.1 APP0302020 C.2.2 Removing the system board (1) Removing the system board.
  • Page 83: Installing The System Board Cover

    Figure C.2.2 APP0302030 C.2.3 Installing the system board cover (1) Installing the system board cover. See Figure C.2.3. 1. Set the system board cover at the removed location. 2. While pressing section B in the top of the system board cover, move the system board cover. Figure C.2.3 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 84: Removing The System Board Cover

    APP0302040 C.2.4 Removing the system board cover (1) Removing the system board cover. See Figure C.2.4. 1. While moving section A of the left and right of the system board upward, press section B of the top of the system board cover and pull the system board cover out in the direction indicated by the arrow.
  • Page 85: Cpu

    APP0303000 C.3 CPU APP0303010 C.3.1 Installing and removing the CPU module - Appearance Figure C.3.1-1 (1) Installing the CPU module. 1. Unlock the lever lock using the unlocking sequence shown in Figure C.3.1-2 and raise the lever Figure C.3.1-2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 86 2. Open the holder of the socket cover. Grasp section A according to Figure C.3.1-3 and lift up one end and then the other to remove the cover. ANNT) - When removing the cover, do not move it in a horizontal direction but rather lift it up vertically to prevent the pins from being bent.
  • Page 87 4. Close the holder according to Figure C.3.1-5. Figure C.3.1-5 5. Lock the lock lever in reverse order of opening the CPU holder and secure the CPU. 6. Set the heat sink in the holes of the heat sink shown in Figure C.3.1-6. and mount the heat sink according to Figure C.3.1-7.
  • Page 88 Figure C.3.1-7 7. While placing your hand on the heat sink and keeping the horizontal position, tighten the screws using the tightening sequence shown in Figure C.3.1-8. Repeat the sequence several times. ANNT) - When mounting the heat sink, make sure that the screws engaged. - Do not tighten one of the screws too much.
  • Page 89: Locations Of Cpu Module Components

    APP0303020 C.3.2 Locations of CPU module components (1) Locations of CPU module components See Figure C.3.2. Figure C.3.2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 90: Memory

    APP0304000 C.4 Memory APP0304010 C.4.1 Installing the memory (1) Installing the memory. See Figure C.5.1. 1. Open the right and left latches, and install the memory by pressing it downward with both hands. 2. Confirm that the memory is latched. ANNT)Be careful not to open the connector lever beyond its limit position.
  • Page 91 Figure C.4.2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 92: Locations Of Memory Components

    APP0304030 C.4.3 Locations of memory components (1) Mounting locations. See Figure C.4.3. DIMM#xCxx,DIMM#xDxx is memory mounted memory expansion board. Figure C.4.3 Locations of memory components CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 93: Memory Expansion Board

    APP0305000 C.5 Memory Expansion Board APP0305010 C.5.1 Installing the memory expansion board (1) Installing the memory expansion board. See Figure C.5.1-2. 1. Move Section A to the right end position. 2. Hold section A and section B and move the memory expansion board to the mounting locations. 3.
  • Page 94: Removing The Memory Expansion Board

    APP0305020 C.5.2 Removing the memory expansion board (1) Removing the memory expansion; board. See Figure C.5.2. 1. Pull section A rightward. 2. Hold section A and B and lift it up vertically. Figure C.5.2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 95: Pci Express Card

    APP0306000 C.6 PCI Express Card APP0306010 C.6.1 Installing the PCI Express card (1) Installing the PCI Express card. 1. Remove two screws of the cover shown in Figure C.6.1-1. Figure C.6.1-1 2. While pressing section B shown in Figure C.6.1-2 and moving it in the direction indicated by the arrow, remove the cover.
  • Page 96 Figure C.6.1-2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 97 3. Remove the screw at section C which is secured to the ground shown in Figure C.6.1-3 and pull the sub unit for installing the PCI Express card upward. Figure C.6.1-3 4. Remove the screw at section D of the sub unit for installing the PCI Express card shown in Figure C.6.1-4 and install the PCI Express card.
  • Page 98 5. Tighten the screw at section D shown in Figure C.6.1-5 and secure the PCI Express card. Figure G.6.1-5 6. Install the sub unit for installing the PCI Express card in the IOU. 7. Tighten the screws at section C which is secured to the ground shown in Figure C.6.1-6. Figure C.6.1-6 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 99 8. While pressing section B shown in Figure C.6.1-7 and moving it in the direction indicated by the arrow, install the cover. Figure C.6.1-7 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 100: Removing The Pci Express Card

    APP0306020 C.6.2 Removing the PCI Express card (1) Removing the PCI Express card. 1. Remove two screws of the cover shown in Figure C.6.2-1. Figure C.6.2-1 2. While pressing section B shown in Figure C.6.2-2 and moving it in the direction indicated by the arrow, remove the cover.
  • Page 101 3. Remove the screw at section C which is secured to the ground shown in Figure C.6.2-3 and pull the sub unit for installing the PCI Express card upward. Figure C.6.2-3 4. Remove the screw at section D of the sub unit for installing the PCI Express card shown in Figure C.6.2-4 and remove the PCI Express card.
  • Page 102 5. Install the bracket, tighten the screw at section D shown in Figure C.6.2-5. Figure C.6.2-5 6. Install the sub unit for installing the PCI Express card in the IOU. 7. Tighten the screw at section C which is secured to the ground shown in Figure C.6.2-6. Figure C.6.2-6 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 103 8. While pressing section B shown in Figure C.6.2-7 and moving it in the direction indicated by the arrow, install the cover. Figure C.6.2-7 9. Tighten two screws on the cover. CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 104: Fbu (ioul)

    APP0306030 C.6.3 FBU (IOUL) It explains the procedure for installing FBU (flash backup unit) in IOU_1GbE. It is necessary to arrange kit (FBU-TRAY) equipped with the flash backup unit besides FBU for the installation. (1) The direction of FBU to FBU HOLDER decides the direction of ① and ② as shown by "Figure C.6.3-1"...
  • Page 105 Figure C.6.3-3 (5) FBU-TRAY is installed in SLOT#0 of I/O unit (1GbE) referring to "Figure C.6.3-4". The screw that is the fixation of riser who detached it from I/O unit (1GbE) is used. Figure C.6.3-4 (6) FBU ① connects SLOT#1 and FBU ② with dual channel SAS array controller card of SLOT#2 with the FBU cable referring to "Figure C.6.3-5".
  • Page 106 Figure G.6.3-5 Figure G.6.3-6 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 107: Internal Hard Disk Drive (hdd) / Internal Solid State Drive (ssd)

    APP0307000 C.7 Internal Hard Disk Drive (HDD) / Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) APP0307010 C.7.1 Installing the HDD/SSD (1) Installing the HDD / SSD 1. Push the lever inward. See Figure C.7.1. Figure C.7.1 APP0307020 C.7.2 Removing the HDD/SSD (1) Removing the HDD / SSD 1.
  • Page 108: Psu

    APP0308000 C.8 PSU APP0308010 C.8.1 Installing the PSU (1) Installing the PSU (PSU#0 to PSU#2). See Figure C.8.1-1 1. Push section B upward. 2. Install the power cable. 3. Fix the power cable with the reusable tie. Figure C.8.1-1 (2) Installing the PSU (PSU#3 to PSU#5). See Figure C.8.1-2 1.
  • Page 109: Removing The Psu

    APP0308020 C.8.2 Removing the PSU (1) Removing the PSU (PSU#0 to PSU#02). See Figure C.8.2-1. 1. Loosen the reusable tie which fixed the power cable. 2. Remove the power cable. 3. Pull section A downward. (Unlocked) 4. Pull section B downward. Figure C.8.2-1 (2) Removing the PSU (PSU#3 to PSU#05).
  • Page 110: Iou

    APP0309000 C.9 IOU APP0309010 C.9.1 Installing the IOU (1) Installing the IOU. See Figure C.9.1. 1. Push section B inward. Figure C.9.1 APP0309020 C.9.2 Removing the IOU (1) Removing the IOU. See Figure C.9.2. 1. Pull section A rightward. 2. Pull section B outward. Figure C.9.2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 111: Installing The Du

    APP0310000 C.10 DU APP0310010 C.10.1 Installing the DU (1) Installing the DU. See Figure C.10.1-1. 1. Push section B inward. Figure C.10.1-1 (2) Installing the cover. See Figure C.10.1-2. 1. While pressing section C, push it in the direction indicated by the arrow. Figure C.10.1-2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 112: Removing The Du

    APP0310020 C.10.2 Removing the DU (1) Removing the DU. See Figure C.10.2-1 1. Pull section A upward. (Unlocked) 2. Pull section B outward. Figure C.10.2-1 (2) Removing the cover. See Figure C.10.2-2. 1. While pressing section C, pull it out in the direction indicated by the arrow. Figure G.10.2-2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 113: Fanu

    APP0311000 C.11 FANU APP0311010 C.11.1 Installing the FANU (1) Installing the FANU (PSU#0 to PSU#2). See Figure C.11.1-1. 1. Push section B upward. Figure C.11.1-1 (2) Installing the FANU (PSU#3 to PSU#5). See Figure C.11.1-2. 1. Push section B downward. Figure C.11.1-2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 114: Removing The Fanu

    APP0311020 C.11.2 Removing the FANU (1) Removing the FANU (PSU#0 to PSU#2). See Figure C.11.2-1. 1. Pull section A downward. (Unlocked) 2. Pull section B downward. Figure C.11.2-1 (2) Removing the FANU (PSU#3 to PSU#5). See Figure C.11.2-2. 1. Pull section A upward. (Unlocked) 2.
  • Page 115: Dual Channel Lan Card (10g Base)

    APP0312000 C.12 Dual Channel LAN Card (10G BASE) APP0312010 C.12.1 Installing the 10G BASE-SR SFP+ module (1) Installing the SFP+ module See “Figure C.12.1”. 1. Insert the module to the card.. 2. Remove the dust cap when the cable is connected. Figure C.12.1 APP0312020 C.12.2 Removing the 10G BASE-SR SFP+ module...
  • Page 116: Installing The 10g Base-cr Sfp+ Cable

    APP0312030 C.12.3 Installing the 10G BASE-CR SFP+ cable (1) Installing the SFP+ cable 1. Grasp the module, and work it toward and into the rear of the card. See “Figure C.12.3”. Figure C.12.3 APP0312040 C.12.4 Removing the 10G BASE-CR SFP+ cable (1) Removing the SFP+ cable 1.
  • Page 117: Converged Network Adapter (10gbps)

    APP0313000 C.13 Converged Network Adapter (10Gbps) APP0313010 C.13.1 Installing the 10G BASE-SR SFP+ module (1) Installing the SFP+ module See “Figure C.13.1”. 1. Grasp the module, and work it toward and into the rear of the card. 2. To connect a cable, remove the dust cap. Figure G.13.1 APP0313020 C.13.2 Removing the 10G BASE-SR SFP+ module...
  • Page 118: Installing The 10g Base-cr Sfp+ Cable

    APP0313030 C.13.3 Installing the 10G BASE-CR SFP+ cable (1) Installing the SFP+ cable 1. Grasp the module, and work it toward and into the rear of the card. See “Figure C.13.3” Figure C.13.3 APP0313040 C.13.4 Removing the 10G BASE-CR SFP+ cable (1) Removing the SFP+ cable 1.
  • Page 119: Installing The Fbu

    APP0314000 C.14 Installing the FBU APP0314010 C.14.1 Installing the FBU (1) At a slight angle, fit the FBU under both retaining brackets of the FBU holder as shown in Figure C.14.1-1. Push in the FBU until it locks in place. See Figure C.14.1-1. Figure C.14.1-1 (2) Connect the FBU cable.
  • Page 120 Figure C.14.1-3 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 121: Install The Tfm Module

    APP0314020 C.14.2 Install the TFM module (1) Install the TFM module to the SAS array controller car. See Figure C.14.2-1. The TFM module and screws are the attached items of the flash backup unit. Figure C.14.2-1 (2) Secure the solder side of TFM with the screws. See Figure C.14.2-2. Figure C.14.2-2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 122: Fbu Cable Connection

    APP0314030 C.14.3 FBU Cable Connection (1) Connect between the FBU and the TFM module with the FBU cable. See Figure C.14.3-1. The FBU cable are the attached items of the flash backup unit. Figure C.14.3-1 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 123: Installing The Sas Array Controller Card (du)

    APP0315000 C.15 Installing the SAS array controller card (DU) There are three ways of installing the SAS array controller card. Select one of them with the system administrator. RAID CARD shown in the following figure indicates a SAS array controller card. APP0315010 C.15.1 Installing the SAS Array Controller Card only into Slot#0 (1) Confirm the jumper setting of BP Board#0 and #1.
  • Page 124 (3) Connect FBU cable and TFM module if flash backup unit is used. See Appendix C.14.3, “FBU Cable Connection (APP0314030)”. (4) Connect POW Cable as shown in Figure C.15.1-3 ② and BP Board#0 and #1. (5) Connect SAS Cable as shown in Figure C.15.1-3 ③. Figure C.15.1-3 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 125: Installing The Sas Array Controller Card Only Into Slot#1

    APP0315020 C.15.2 Installing the SAS Array Controller Card only into Slot#1 (1) Confirm the jumper setting of BP Board#0 and #1. See Figure C.15.2-1. Figure C.15.2-1 (2) Install the SAS array controller card into Slot#1 and secure it with the screws. See Figure C.15.2-2. Figure C.15.2-2 (3) Connect FBU cable and TFM module if flash backup unit is used.
  • Page 126 (4) Connect POW Cable as shown in Figure C.15.2-3 ② and BP Board#0 and #1. (5) Connect SAS Cable as shown in Figure C.15.2-3 ③. Figure C.15.2-3 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 127: Installing The Sas Array Controller Card Into Both Slot#0 And Slot#1

    APP0315030 C.15.3 Installing the SAS Array Controller Card into both Slot#0 and Slot#1 (1) Confirm the jumper setting of BP Board#0 and #1. See Figure C.15.3-1. Figure C.15.3-1 (2) Install the SAS array controller card into Slot#0 and Slot#1, and secure it with the screws. See Figure C.15.3-2.
  • Page 128 (4) Connect POW Cable as shown in Figure C.15.3-3 ② and BP Board#0 and #1. (5) Connect SAS Cable as shown in Figure C.15.3-3 ③. Put the cable cap on P1 SAS cable connected to SAS array controller card in Slot#0 and P2 SAS cable connected to SAS array controller card in Slot#1 for unconnecting the cables.
  • Page 129: D Cable Routing

    APP0400000 D Cable Routing - The power cables and the signal cables (such as LAN, SAS cable and FC cables) must be fixed in place. - Secure an enough space where the maintenance of the unit is possible for cable routing. See Figure H.2-2.
  • Page 130: E Input Power Systems

    It explains the input power source system of the main unit. In this chapter, the power supply unit is written and PSU and the FAN unit are written as FANU. APP0501000 E.1 Cisco C880 APP0501010 E.1.1 200V standard configuration Power cable bundled to the main unit as shown by "Figure E.1.1" is connected.
  • Page 131: Redundant Power Supply Configuration

    APP0501020 E.1.2 200V redundant power supply configuration Power cable bundled to the main unit as shown by "Figure E.1.2" is connected. Figure E.1.2 CA92344-0577-01...
  • Page 132: Dual Power Feed Configuration

    APP0501030 E.1.3 200V dual power feed configuration Power cable bundled to the main unit as shown by "Figure E.1.3" is connected. Figure E.1.3 CA92344-0577-01...

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