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FAS2040 System Installation and Setup

Before you begin


If you have not already done so, gather the required information and confirm your site requirements, as described in the Site Requirements Guide at http://now.netapp.com/.

Unpack and verify contents


Your system comes with an accessory kit that includes the following components: - This installation poster - Software license flyer - Cable management arms - Grounding kit - Power cables - DB-9 to RJ-45 console adapters - Rail kit (for two-post and four-post racks)

Install in rack
Four-post rack

Caution: Use only the NetApp rail kit to install your system. Using a different rail kit can cause injury to you or damage to your system.

DS14mk2 or DS14mk4
0

Set shelf IDs


1

The FAS2040 shelf ID of 00 is preset and cannot be changed.

Shelf ID switch

Note: The disk shelf IDs for the disk shelves should be set in the range 1 to 6.

(2x)

DS4243

1. Connect power cords to the shelf and turn on power. 2. Check that the shelf ID is unique and in the range 01 to 98. If not, set the ID:
!

(2x)

Shelf ID tab

See the DS4243 Installation and Service Guide at http://now.netapp.com for details.

(2x) Clip nut (4x)

Front rail

Mounting bracket (2x)

a. Remove the left ear cover on the DS4243. b. Press and hold the U-shaped tab above the LEDs until the first digit blinks. c. Press the tab until the correct number is displayed. d. Repeat steps b and c for the second digit. e. Press and hold the tab until the second number stops blinking. f. Power-cycle the shelf to make the new shelf ID take effect.

FRONT SID

Attach the cable management arms


Screw the arms into the holes in the cam handles on each controller.

2U 3U 3U
1

Note: See the rail kit installation flyer included with the rail kit for the two-post procedure.

DS14mk4 shelves are shown. DS4243 shelves are 4U.

Cable management arm (two per controller)

Cable the system


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Cable disk shelves


Below are steps to cable four common configurations. For additional options, see Supported Configurations for FAS20xx Systems at http://now.netapp.com.
Active/active NAS or ISCSI: 1 FC disk shelf stack (Multipath)
Single controller dual path

Connect power
Note: You do not need to ground your system.
Active/active NAS or ISCSI: Active/active NAS or ISCSI: 1 SAS disk shelf stack of up to 4 disk shelves (single path) 1 SAS disk shelf stack of up to 4 disk shelves (single path) Note: The DS4243s shown have four PSUs. Depending on drive type, it might have two. Note: The DS4243s shown have four PSUs. Depending on drive type, it might have two.

Cable controllers
1 RJ-45 to DB-9 adapter to console port (required)

1 Controller to shelf
FAS2040
0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

1 Controller to shelf
PSU FAS2040
0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

S A S

PSU Controller Module B


0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

PSU

PSU

1 Controller to shelf 1 Controller to shelf


FAS2040 FAS2040 e0P 0a 0b 0d 10101
0a 0b 0d

2 Shelf to shelf 2 Controller to shelf


FAS2040 0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P FAS2040
0a 0b 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d e0a e0be0c e0d 0d PSU Controller Module B PSU PSU 0bController Module B PSU 0a e0a e0be0c e0d 0d 10101 e0P 0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

DS14

DS14
OUT IN
OUT IN

PSU Controller Module B PSU PSU Controller Module B PSU 0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d
0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

10101 e0P

e0a e0be0c e0d e0a e0be0c e0d

2 Console cable to adapter


0a 0b 0d e0P e0a e0b e0c e0d

PSU
IN OUT

PSU

PSU
IN OUT

PSU

DS4243 DS4243 PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

DS4243 DS4243 PSU PSU PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

DS14

DS14
OUT IN

OUT

IN

PSU PSU
IN OUT

PSU PSU PSU

S A S

PSU
IN OUT

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

2 Shelf to shelf
FAS2040
0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

Active/active FC SAN dual path

1 Controller to switch
PSU FAS2040
0a 0b

DS4243 DS4243 PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

DS4243 DS4243 PSU PSU PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

3 Network cables to ports e0a through e0d


0a 0b 0d e0P e0a e0b e0c e0d

PSU Controller Module B


0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

DS14
PSU

0d

10101 e0P

e0a e0be0c e0d

PSU PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

OUT

IN

PSU Controller Module B PSU


0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

S A S

IN

OUT

DS14

OUT

IN

3 3 Shelf to controller Shelf to shelf


PSU FAS2040 FAS2040 10101 e0P 0a 0b 0d
0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P

4 Alternate Control Path 4 Alternate Control Path


FAS2040 FAS2040 e0P 0a 0b 0d 10101
0a 0b 0d

DS14
PSU
IN OUT

PSU
OUT IN
IN OUT

PSU DS14 PSU


IN OUT OUT IN

PSU Controller Module PSU PSU Controller Module B B PSU 0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d
0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

e0a e0be0c e0d e0a e0be0c e0d

PSU Controller Module B PSU PSU Controller Module B PSU 0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d
0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

10101 e0P

e0a e0be0c e0d e0a e0be0c e0d

4 Network cable to Remote Management port


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PSU DS4243 DS4243 PSU PSU


ACP ACP SAS SAS

3 Shelf to controller
FAS2040
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DS4243 DS4243 PSU PSU PSU PSU

2 Controller to shelves
PSU FAS2040
e0a e0be0c e0d

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

S A S

PSU Controller Module B

8
PSU

0a 0b

0d

10101 e0P

PSU PSU
e0a e0be0c e0d

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

DS14

0a 0b OUT IN

0d

10101 e0P

PSU Controller Module B PSU


0a 0b 0d 10101 e0P e0a e0be0c e0d

PSU DS4243 DS4243 PSU PSU PSU


ACP ACP SAS SAS

IN

OUT

DS4243 DS4243 PSU PSU PSU PSU

DS14

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

Port labels
Remote Management Port Fibre Channel
S A S

OUT

IN

PSU PSU

DS14
PSU
IN OUT

PSU
OUT IN
IN OUT

210-04471+B0
PSU PSU
ACP ACP SAS SAS

PSU DS14 PSU


IN OUT OUT IN

PSU PSU

PSU PSU

ACP ACP

SAS SAS

PSU PSU

Ethernet

Console

SAS

PSU

Boot the system and proceed with setup


- Turn on the power to your system. It takes the LEDs on your system power supplies a few seconds to illuminate. - Use the console interface and proceed through the setup questions. See the Data ONTAP Software Setup Guide at http://now.netapp.com/.
Copyright 2010 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.

Hardware Overview of the FAS2040 System


2 power supplies

FAS2040 rear

2nd controller module (for active/active configurations only)

FAS2040 front
Disk drive power and fault LEDs
Drive 0 Drive 3 Drive 11

0 to 12 disk drives System LEDs Power Fault Controller A activity Controller B activity

Controller module 2 Fibre Channel ports SAS port Console port

NVMEM status LED Fault status LED 4 network ports RM (Remote Management) port Shelf ACP port (e0P)

Shutting down a controller module


Shut down the target controller module (called a node in an active/active configuration) by completing the applicable procedure: If you have an active/active configuration 1. Check the status of the target node by entering the following command at the system console of either node: cf status 2. Take one of the following actions, depending on the result of the cf status command: IF clustering is enabled and neither node is in takeover mode, go to step 3.

CAUTION
30 kg (67 lbs)

LIFTING HAZARD

Important:
For hot-swappable FRUs: Always consult http://now.netapp.com for current field-replaceable unit (FRU) replacement procedures. Adding external storage or using FC: You must order and use SFP modules on your system, if you are connecting external FC storage devices or using FC with the system.

Removing the cable management arms

IF clustering is enabled and the partner node took over the target node, go to Opening the System. IF clustering is enabled and the target node took over the partner node, correct the problem, run the cf giveback command from the target node console, and go to step 1. 3. Take over the target node by entering the following command from the partner nodes console: partner> cf takeover 4. Go to Opening the system when the takeover is complete. If you have a single-controller configuration 1. Enter the following command from the system console: halt

Important:
For hot-swappable power supplies: System shuts down two minutes after you remove a power supply. Disk drive Power supply

Releasing a disk drive cam handle

2. Turn off the power supplies and unplug both power cords from the power source. 3. Check the nonvolatile memory (NVMEM) LED. IF the LED is not flashing, go to Opening the System. IF the LED is flashing, there is content in the NVMEM that has not been saved to disk. Reconnect the power supplies to the power source, reboot the controller module, and repeat Steps 1 through 3. If repeated attempts to cleanly shut down the controller module fail, be aware that you might lose any data that was not saved to disk. Go to Opening the System. Attention: Disk drives are fragile. Do not handle them except when replacing failed disk drives or moving them to a new chassis.

Cam handle

Closing the system


Controller module
1. Align the controller module cover with the notches on the sides of the controller module, then slide the cover down and forward to seat it. 2. Align the end of the controller module with the opening in the chassis. 3. Gently push the controller module halfway into the chassis and recable the controller module, then push the controller module all the way into the chassis. Result: For systems in an active/active configuration, the node reboots as soon as you seat the controller module completely into the chassis.

Thumbscrew Controller module cover

Opening the system


1. Properly ground yourself. 2. Loosen the thumbscrew on the controller module cam handle. 3. Unplug system cables from the controller module, as needed. 3. Remove the cable management arms by unscrewing them from the cam handle. 4. Pull the controller module cam handle downward and slide the controller module out of the system. Make sure that you support the bottom of the controller module with your free hand. 5. Remove the controller module cover by completing the following substeps, using the illustration for reference: a. Loosen the thumbscrew on the back of the controller module. b. Gently press the heel of your hand on the indentation in the controller module cover closest to the cam handle, then slide the cover toward the back of the controller module. c. Lift the cover straight up off the controller module.

DIMMs Battery

4. Firmly push up the cam handle to finish seating the controller module in the system, and then push the cam handle to the closed position and tighten the thumbscrew beneath the cam handle. 5. Reattach the cable management arms by screwing them into the holes in the cam handle. 6. Complete the boot process. IF your system has a single controller module, plug in the power supply and turn on the power. IF your system is in an active/active configuration, give back the node by completing the following substeps: a. Enter the following command from the partner console: cf giveback b. On the console of the newly installed controller module, select Normal Boot (option 1) from the displayed menu to boot Data ONTAP.

CompactFlash card CompactFlash cover