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HP StorageWorks About this document

controller enclosure replacement This document provides the procedure for replacing an HSV400 or
HSV450 controller enclosure. For the latest documentation, go to
instructions http://www.hp.com/support/manuals, and select your product.
The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the
express warranty statements accompanying such products and services.
Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional
warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or
omissions contained herein.
WARRANTY STATEMENT: To obtain a copy of the warranty for this
product, see the warranty information website:

Before you begin

These instructions apply to the EVA6400/8400 Observe the following precautions when replacing a controller.
product family.
Parts can be damaged by electrostatic discharge. Use proper
anti-static protection. Refer to the documentation that shipped
with your system for additional information.

Verifying component failure

Use the following methods to verify component failure:
Analyze any failure messages received. Fault monitoring software
from HP (WEBES) provides a recommended solution.
Copyright 2009 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Check status using HP Command View EVA:
First edition: March 2009 1. In the navigation pane, select Storage system > Hardware >
Controller Enclosure > Controller.
The information in this document is subject to change without 2. The status is displayed in the Operational State field. An
operational state of (Failed) would indicate a fault that may
Printed in Puerto Rico require a replacement.
3. To help identify the correct controller, click Locate > Locate On.
www.hp.com This causes the blue UID indicator to light at the front and rear
of the controller enclosure.
Check the controller enclosure status LEDs as shown in Figure 1
and Table 1.

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Figure 1 Controller status LEDs

Table 1 Controller status LEDs
Item LED Indication
Figure 2 Removing the front bezel
1 Solid amber indicates a boot failure.
Controller health OK. Flashing green To provide clarity, the controller enclosure is shown out of the
during boot. Solid green LED after boot. cabinet in subsequent figures showing component removal.

Link to the other array controller. Solid

3 green indicates a connection. Amber
indicates the controllers are not connected. 4. Remove the operator control panel (OCP).
a. Squeeze the OCP latch tabs (1, Figure 3) and swing the panel
Disk drive status. Solid green when
out until fully open (2).
4 devices and loops are present. Amber
indicates a drive problem.
Battery status. Solid green indicates all Handle the OCP by its metal frame only. This ensures
5 fan units are normal. Amber indicates one that the electronic components are not damaged by static
or more battery units have failed. discharge.
Blue LED used to identify a specific
controller enclosure.
b. Grasp the OCP by its metal frame and pull it out of the
enclosure (3).

Removing components from a controller

1. Halt I/O to the controller enclosure being replaced with HP
Command View EVA:
a. In the navigation pane, select the array. The Initialized Storage
System Properties window opens.
b. Click the Shut down tab. The Shutdown Options window
c. In the Controller Shutdown section, select the controller to
power down, and click Power down.
2. Disconnect the Fibre Channel, serial (RJ45), and power cables
from the rear of the controller enclosure. Ensure they are marked
to facilitate reconnecting later.
Figure 3 Removing the OCP
3. Remove the front bezel by grasping the bezel at each end and
pulling it off the enclosure (Figure 2). 5. Remove the cache batteries. Some controller enclosure models
have a cache battery located behind the removed OCP.
a. Move the battery mounting latch (1, Figure 4) to the right and
grasp the pull handle.
b. Position one hand under the battery, and pull the battery out
of the enclosure (2).

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a. Loosen the two thumbscrews (1, Figure 7) that secure the rear
access panel to the enclosure, and remove the access panel
b. Pull the memory card out of its holder (3). Retain this card for
use in the replacement enclosure.

The memory card contains the controller operating
firmware. It is important that the removed memory card be
used in the replacement enclosure.

Figure 4 Removing a cache battery

6. Remove the controller blowers.
a. Move the blower latch (1, Figure 5) to the right.
b. Position one hand under the blower, and pull the blower out of
the enclosure (2).

Figure 7 Removing the memory card

9. Loosen the thumbscrews (1, Figure 8) that secure the controller
enclosure to the cabinet.

Figure 5 Removing a controller blower

7. Remove the power supplies from the rear of the controller enclosure.
a. Move the power supply latch to the left (1, Figure 6) and
grasp the handle.
b. Position one hand under the power supply, and pull the power
supply out of the enclosure (2).

Figure 8 Removing the enclosure from the cabinet

The controller enclosure is heavy. Two people are required to
remove the enclosure from the cabinet to prevent injury.

10. Remove the controller enclosure from the cabinet (2, Figure 8).

Figure 6 Removing the power supplies

8. Remove the memory card.

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Verify the controller health green LED is lit (see Table 1).
From HP Command View EVA, navigate to the component as
described in the Verifying component failure section, and check the

Installing components into a replacement status. It should be (Good).

controller enclosure
1. A blank label is provided on the replacement controller enclosure
(1, Figure 9) above the OCP. Record the product number and serial
number from the controller being replaced onto the replacement
controller label to ensure the continuation of service entitlement.

Figure 9 Blank label location

2. Using two people to lift the replacement controller enclosure, attach
the enclosure onto the cabinet rails, and secure the enclosure to the
cabinet by tightening the front thumbscrews on each side.
3. Remove the rear memory card access panel, and insert the memory
card that was previously removed from the controller enclosure
being replaced. Reattach the access panel.
4. Slide the two power supplies into the back of the controller
enclosure until they are fully seated.
5. Slide the two blowers into the front enclosure slots until their
mounting latches engage.
6. Slide each cache battery into the front of the enclosure until fully
seated and the mounting latches engage.
7. Slide the OCP into the front of the enclosure and close the front
OCP display so that the latch engages on the enclosure.
8. Snap the front bezel onto the front of the enclosure.
9. Move the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) modules from the
replaced controller enclosure to the installed controller enclosure.
10. Attach all power, serial, and Fibre Channel cabling to the installed
controller enclosure.
11. Power up the installed controller enclosure by pressing the power
button on the rear power UID bezel.

Verifying proper operation

After replacing the controller enclosure, check the following to verify the
controller enclosure is operating properly:

Wait approximately 10 minutes for the system to check the status
of components in the enclosure.

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