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Oracle® ZFS Storage Appliance Customer Service Manual
For ZS3-x, 7x20 Controllers, and DE2-24, Sun Disk Shelves
The ZS3-2 controller is an enterprise-class, rackmount x86 system powered by the Intel Xeon processor. It provides high performance and room for growth with expandable PCIe slots and 16 DIMM slots in a compact 2U footprint.
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The ZS3-2 controller drive slots and front panel components are shown in the following figure.
Figure 2-1 ZS3-2 Controller Front Panel
Drive slots 0 and 1 have two mirrored 900GB SAS-2 boot drives. Up to four 1.6TB flash read-optimized (Readzilla) solid state drives (SSDs) fill slots 2 through 5, in order. Slots 6 and 7 are empty and must contain drive fillers.
The ZS3-2 controller PCIe slots and rear panel components are shown in the following figure.
Figure 2-2 ZS3-2 Controller Rear Panel
Figure 2-3 ZS3-2 Controller 4x4 SAS-2 HBA Port Numbers
For controllers with an additional 4x4 SAS-2 HBA, see PCIe Options for slot placement.
The serial management connector (SER MGT) is an RJ-45 port and provides a terminal connection to the service processor (SP) console.
Figure 2-4 ZS3-2 Controller Serial Management Port
The network management connector (NET MGT) is an RJ-45 port and provides an alternate terminal interface to the SP console.
Figure 2-5 ZS3-2 Controller Network Management Port
The ZS3-2 has four RJ-45 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) network connectors, labeled NET 3, NET 2, NET 1, and NET 0 (left to right) on the rear panel. The ports operate at 100 Mbits/sec, 1000 Mbits/sec, or 10-Gbits/sec. Use these ports to connect the appliance to the network.
Figure 2-6 ZS3-2 Controller Ethernet Ports
The LEDs located above each NET port are Link/Activity (left) and Speed (right) indicators for each port as described in this table:
Two cluster serial ports (0 and 1) and one Ethernet port provide communication between two controllers to form a cluster configuration. For information about how to connect cables to form a cluster, see the topic Cluster Node Cabling in Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Administration Guide .
Figure 2-7 ZS3-2 Controller Cluster I/O Ports: Serial 0, Serial 1, Ethernet
Caution - When disconnecting an RJ-45 cable from a cluster serial port (0 and 1), use extreme care not to damage the internal RJ-45 receptacle. To properly remove an RJ-45 cable from a cluster serial port, do the following: