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Oracle® ZFS Storage ZS5-ES Service Manual, Release OS8.7.x

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Updated: August 2017
 
 

Install the Power, FIM, and Disk Backplane Data Cables


Caution

Caution  -  The power, front indicator module (FIM), and disk backplane data cables should be installed only by authorized Oracle Services personnel.


  1. Install the FIM cable.
    1. To install the FIM cable into the motherboard, open both side latches and plug the FIM connector into motherboard connector [6].

      The motherboard connector side latches will close, locking the FIM cable connector in place.

    2. Connect the FIM cable to the FIM [5].
    3. Install the FIM into the controller.

      See Install the Front Indicator Module

  2. Install the auxiliary power and signal cable.
    1. To install the auxiliary power and signal cable into the disk backplane, ensure that the latches on the disk backplane connector are in the open position and plug the cable connector into the disk backplane connector [4].

      The disk backplane connector side latches will close, locking the auxiliary power and signal cable connector in place.

    2. To install the auxiliary power and signal cable into the motherboard, ensure that the latches on the motherboard connector are in the open position and plug the cable connector into the motherboard connector [3].

      The motherboard connector side latches will close, locking the auxiliary power and signal cable connector in place.

  3. Install the disk backplane power cable.
    1. To connect the disk backplane power cable to the disk backplane, plug the cable connector into the disk backplane connector. [2].
    2. To connect the disk backplane power cable to the motherboard, plug the cable connector into the motherboard connector. [1].
  4. Install all of the controller fan modules.

    See Install a Fan Module.

  5. Return the controller to operation.
    1. Install the controller top cover.

      See Install the Controller Top Cover.

    2. Close the controller fan door.
    3. Return the controller to the normal rack position.

      See Returning the Controller to Operation.

    4. Power on the controller.

      See Power On the Controller.

      Verify that the Power/OK status indicator is steady on.

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