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Installing the System

Preparing for Installation

Rackmounting the System

Cabling the System

Power On

Managing the System

Power Off


Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array Overview


Replaceable Components

Hot-Swappable Components

Obtaining the Chassis Serial Number

Diagnosing System Faults

Choosing a Method for Diagnosing Faults

Diagnosing Faults With Sun StorageTek Common Array Manager Software

Diagnosing Faults With LEDs and Indicators

Troubleshooting Components

Preparing to Service the System

Safety Information

Service Preparation Reference

Powering the System Off

Performing an Antistatic Discharge

Positioning the Chassis

Accessing Internal Components

Replacing System Components

Component Overview

Customer-Replaceable and Field-Replaceable Components

Replacing Flash Modules

Replacing a Fan Module

Replacing a Power Supply

Replacing an Energy Storage Module

Replacing Fan Boards

Replacing the Motherboard Assembly

Replacing a Power Distribution Board

Replacing the Connector Board Assembly

Replacing the Energy Storage Backplane

Returning the System to Service

Replace the Top Chassis Cover

Install the Chassis to Maintenance Position

Return the System to the Fully Installed Position

Install AC Power Cord Retention Clips

Power On the System


Replace the Top Chassis Cover

The top chassis cover protects the system’s internal components and ensures that they are properly cooled. A chassis interlock switch located under the top chassis cover will immediately turn off system power when the top cover is removed.

  1. Place the top cover on the chassis.

    Set the cover down so that it hangs over the rear of the server by about an inch (25.4 mm) as shown in panel 1 in Top Chassis Cover Intrusion Switch.

  2. Slide the cover until it seats as shown in panel 2 in Top Chassis Cover Intrusion Switch.
  3. Close the fan module cover as shown in panel 3 in Top Chassis Cover Intrusion Switch.

    Figure 46 Top Chassis Cover Intrusion Switch

    Image showing how to replace the system top cover.

    Note - If removing the top cover caused an emergency shutdown, you must install the top cover and press the Power On button on the front of the system to restart the system.