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Preface

1.  Introduction

2.  Hardware Maintenance

Maintenance

Introduction

7120

7120 Hardware Overview

Chassis Overview

Front Panel

Rear Panel

Electrical Specifications

Internal Components

I/O Components

Cables

CPU and Memory

Power Distribution, Fan Module and Disk Components

Standalone Controller Configurations

NIC/HBA Options

PCIe Options

Attached Storage

7320

7320 Hardware Overview

Chassis Overview

Boards

Cables

7320 I/O Components

7320 CPU and Memory Components

7320 Power Distribution and Fan Module Components

Electrical Specifications

7320 Front Panel

7320 Replaceable Components

7320 PCIe Cards and Risers

7320 Rear Panel

7320 Single and Cluster Controller Configurations

7320 Cluster Configurations

7320 Connector Pinouts

7320 Storage Disk Shelf

See Also

7420/7720

7420/7720 Hardware Overview

Chassis Overview

Front Panel

Rear Panel

Internal Boards

Components

CPU and Memory

Fan Modules

PCIe Cards and Risers

7420 Standalone and Cluster Controller Configurations

Standalone Base Options

Cluster Base Options

NIC/HBA Options

PCIe Options

7720 Cluster Controller Configurations

NIC HBA Options

SDD Options

PCIe Options

Attached Storage

Disk Shelf

7700 Cabinet

7700

7700 Hardware Overview

Cabinet Specifications

Front and Rear Panels

Cabinet Dimensions

External Components

External Cables

Fan Trays

Drive Cages

Leaf Controller Cards

Power Supplies

Root Controller Cards

Solid State Drives

Internal Components

Cabling

Interface Boards

See Also

7x20

7x20 and 7700 CRU Maintenance Procedures

Prerequisites

Safety Information

Required Tools and Information

Chassis Serial Number

Controller Replacement Tasks

7x20 Controller Replacement Tasks

HDD or SSD

Fan Module

Power Supply

Memory

PCIe Cards and Risers

Battery

Cabinet Replacement Tasks

7x20 Cabinet Replacement Tasks

HDD or SSD

Fan Tray

LCC

Power Supply

System Indicator Boards

Storage Expansion Upgrade

SAS2

Sun Disk Shelf Overview

SAS2 Sun Disk Shelf Overview

Power Supply Exterior

Drive Locations

Drive Assembly Exterior

SIM Board Exterior

Disk Shelf Configurations

Sun Disk Shelf

Shelf

Disk Shelf Maintenance Procedures

Prerequisites

Safety Information

Electrostatic Discharge Precautions

Tasks

Shelf Tasks

Faults

Hardware Faults

Connect to ILOM

Management Port Configuration

Observing and Clearing CPU faults from ILOM

See Also

HBA Expansion pt.1

Expanding from 2 to 3 HBAs

Cabling Diagrams

HBA Expansion pt.2

Expanding from 3 to 4 HBAs

Cabling Diagrams

3.  System Maintenance

Glossary

Index

Shelf

Disk Shelf Maintenance Procedures

This section provides procedural details for customer replaceable units (CRUs) of any disk shelf in the Sun ZFS Storage 7000 family of products. Refer to Disk Shelf Overview for component specifications and diagrams.

Prerequisites

Legacy platform overviews for 7110, 7210, 7310, 7410, and J4400/J4500 Disk Shelf are provided in those sections of the Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System Service Manual.

Safety Information

Follow all Sun cautions, warnings, and instructions marked on the equipment and described in Important Safety Information for Sun Hardware Systems located at http://dlc.sun.com/pdf/816-7190-12/816-7190-12.pdf.

Electrostatic Discharge Precautions

Tasks

Shelf Tasks

Replacing a Drive

The shelf drives are hot-swappable and may be replaced without removing power from the shelf. The replacement drive must be of the same capacity and type as the drive to be replaced. To avoid possible data loss when removing non-faulted drives, label each drive with the number of the slot from which it was removed and reinstall each drive into the same slot.

Faulted drives are indicated by an amber LED. Go to the Maintenance > Hardware section of the BUI and double click the shelf thumbnail to view Details for HDDs or Locate to turn on the locator LED.

  1. Locate the failed disk drive at the front of the chassis.
  2. Press the release button in and to the right to release the ejection lever.
  3. Pull the ejection lever fully open to unlock and partially eject the drive from the chassis. Image
  4. Grasp the middle of the drive body and pull it toward you to remove it from the chassis.
  5. Ensure the new drive ejection lever is in the fully extended position.
  6. Align the new drive with the open slot and slide the drive into the disk chassis. Image
  7. Push the drive into the chassis slot until the ejection lever engages the chassis connectors and begins to swing closed.
  8. Press the ejection lever closed until it locks in place to seat the drive and lock it into the chassis. The Activity LED with be steady green to indicate a ready state.
  9. Go to the Maintenance > Hardware screen of the BUI. Click Apply for the controller and then click HDD to verify that the Status: On icon is green for the newly installed disk.

Replacing a Power Supply

The power supplies are hot-swappable and can be replaced without removing power from the system. The power supplies can produce high energy hazard and should only be replaced by instructed individuals with authorized access to the equipment. Failed power supplies are indicated by an amber LED on the rear panel, see the Shelf Rear Panel illustration. Go to the Maintenance > Hardware screen of the BUI. Double click the shelf and then click PSU to view details or Locate to turn on the locator LED.

  1. Locate the chassis and failed power supply.
  2. Ensure the power supply on/off switch is in the "O" off position.
  3. Disconnect the power cord tie strap from the power cord and unplug the power cord from the power supply.
  4. Using your thumb and forefinger, unscrew both ejection are captive screws until loose and swing the ejection arms out until they are fully open.
  5. Pull the power supply out of the chassis, being careful not to damage the circuit board connector extending from the back of the power supply. Image
  6. With the ejection arms fully open, slide the new power supply into the chassis slot until it contacts the chassis backplane and the ejection arms begin to swing closed. Image
  7. Push the ejection arms closed fully and secure both captive screws to seat and secure the power supply in the chassis.
  8. Ensure the power supply on/off switch is in the "O" off position.
  9. Plug the power cord into the new power supply and attach the power cord tie strap to the power cord.
  10. Place the power supply on/off switch to the "I" on position. The Power status LED should be a steady green and the Power status LED and Fan LED should be off.
  11. Go to the Maintenance > Hardware screen of the BUI. Click Apply for the controller and then click PSU to verify that the Status: On icon is green for the newly installed power supply.

Replacing a SIM Board

The SIM boards are hot-swappable so you can replace them without removing power to the system. The SIM boards are multi-pathed, so you can remove one of the SIM boards at any time, regardless of the state of the blue SIM OK indicator. A faulted SIM board is indicated by an amber LED.

  1. Locate the failed SIM at the back of the disk tray.
  2. Label and disconnect the tray interface cables.
  3. Use two hands to disconnect the SAS cable. Grasp the metal body of the connector with one hand and firmly grasp and pull the tab gently toward the connector body with the other, then pull the connector body outward to extract it from the bulkhead. Do not twist or pull the tab in any direction other than parallel with the connector body or it may break. If the tab breaks, use a small sharp object (such as a fine-tipped screwdriver) to lift the metal spring at the top of the connector shell to unlatch it.
  4. Loosen the two extraction arm captive screws using your thumb and forefinger. If the captive screws are too tight to loosen by hand, use a No.2 Phillips screwdriver to loosen each screw.
  5. Pull each ejector tab outward and push to the sides to release and partially eject the SIM from the chassis. Image
  6. Grasp the middle of the SIM board and slide it out of the slot.
  7. With the ejector arms in the full open position, align the new SIM board with the open slot and slide it into the tray until the ejector arms contact the tray connectors and begin to swing closed. Image
  8. Swing both ejector arms in until they are flush with the SIM board panel to seat the board.
  9. Tighten both captive screws to secure the board.
  10. Reconnect the SAS interface cables to their original locations.
  11. Wait approximately 60 seconds for the SIM board to complete its boot process, at which time the Power LED should be solid green and the SIM locate LED should be off.