HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage Site Planning Manual Abstract

HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage Site
Planning Manual
Abstract
This manual provides information about installation planning and preparation for the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage system.
Use this document to obtain specific system configuration and installation guidelines for your storage system and operating
site. The described contents are intended for use by HP customers, in conjunction with the advice and assistance of an HP Sales
Representative or Systems Engineer, to plan for an HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage system installation.
HP Part Number: QR482-96603
Published: March 2014
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Contents
1 System Components and Specifications.........................................................6
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage System Components..................................................................6
StoreServ Storage Security Feature..............................................................................................9
Enhancing Security with Data Encryption................................................................................9
Storage System Specifications.....................................................................................................9
Physical Specifications........................................................................................................10
Capacity Specifications......................................................................................................11
Power and Heat Specifications.................................................................................................12
Environmental Specifications....................................................................................................14
Cable Specifications...............................................................................................................15
2 General Site Planning...............................................................................16
Customer Responsibilities.........................................................................................................16
Pre-Installation Planning...........................................................................................................16
Storage System Rack Shipping Containers.................................................................................17
Acclimatization.......................................................................................................................18
3 Structural/Environmental Considerations......................................................19
Establishing the Proper Foundation............................................................................................19
Weight and Pressure Loads.................................................................................................19
Anchoring Dimensions........................................................................................................19
Meeting Environmental Conditions............................................................................................20
Maintaining the Optimal Temperature..................................................................................20
Air Supply and Flow...........................................................................................................21
Air Cleanliness..................................................................................................................21
4 Power Requirements..................................................................................23
Electrical Requirements and Limitations......................................................................................23
Power Quality...................................................................................................................23
Voltage and Frequency Tolerance.........................................................................................23
Electrostatic Discharge.............................................................................................................23
Branch Circuits.......................................................................................................................23
Emergency Power Control........................................................................................................24
Power Distribution Units...........................................................................................................24
Power Cord Connections.........................................................................................................24
Redundant Power....................................................................................................................24
Power Cooling Modules .........................................................................................................24
5 Network, Cabling, and Connectivity...........................................................26
TCP/IP Port Assignments..........................................................................................................26
Controller Node Connections...................................................................................................27
Required Cables.....................................................................................................................28
External Cable Connections.....................................................................................................28
Internal Cable Connections......................................................................................................29
Cable Routing Options............................................................................................................29
Network Access.....................................................................................................................29
Supported Network Topologies................................................................................................29
Shared.............................................................................................................................30
Private..............................................................................................................................30
Service Processor Connectivity..................................................................................................30
6 Third-Party/Existing Rack Mounting.............................................................31
Service Installation Prerequisites................................................................................................31
Dimensional Requirements.......................................................................................................32
Contents
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Rack Space Considerations.................................................................................................32
Maintaining Minimum Clearances.......................................................................................32
Rack Mounting Kits.................................................................................................................33
Four-Post Shelf Kit...............................................................................................................33
Redundant Power Requirements................................................................................................33
7 Support and Other Resources.....................................................................34
Contacting HP........................................................................................................................34
HP 3PAR documentation..........................................................................................................34
Typographic conventions.........................................................................................................37
HP 3PAR branding information.................................................................................................37
8 Documentation feedback...........................................................................38
A Storage System Installation Checklist...........................................................39
Storage System Hardware Installation Checklist..........................................................................39
Storage System Software Installation Checklist............................................................................39
B Regulatory Compliance Notices.................................................................41
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers...........................................................................41
Federal Communications Commission Notice.............................................................................41
Class A Equipment.............................................................................................................41
FCC Rating Label...............................................................................................................41
Class B equipment........................................................................................................41
Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with the FCC Logo, United States Only...............42
Modification.....................................................................................................................42
Cables.............................................................................................................................42
Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien)............................................................................................42
Class A Equipment.............................................................................................................42
Class B Equipment.............................................................................................................42
European Union Notice...........................................................................................................42
Japanese Notices...................................................................................................................43
Japanese VCCI-A Notice....................................................................................................43
Japanese VCCI-B Notice.....................................................................................................43
Japanese VCCI Marking.....................................................................................................43
Japanese Power Cord Statement..........................................................................................43
Korean Notices......................................................................................................................43
Class A Equipment.............................................................................................................43
Class B Equipment.............................................................................................................44
Taiwanese Notices..................................................................................................................44
BSMI Class A Notice..........................................................................................................44
Taiwan Battery Recycle Statement.........................................................................................44
Turkish Recycling Notice..........................................................................................................44
Vietnamese Information Technology and Communications Compliance Marking.............................44
Laser Compliance Notices.......................................................................................................45
English Laser Notice...........................................................................................................45
Dutch Laser Notice.............................................................................................................45
French Laser Notice............................................................................................................45
German Laser Notice.........................................................................................................46
Italian Laser Notice............................................................................................................46
Japanese Laser Notice........................................................................................................46
Spanish Laser Notice..........................................................................................................47
Recycling Notices...................................................................................................................47
English Recycling Notice.....................................................................................................47
Bulgarian Recycling Notice.................................................................................................48
Czech Recycling Notice......................................................................................................48
Danish Recycling Notice.....................................................................................................48
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Dutch Recycling Notice.......................................................................................................48
Estonian Recycling Notice...................................................................................................49
Finnish Recycling Notice.....................................................................................................49
French Recycling Notice......................................................................................................49
German Recycling Notice...................................................................................................49
Greek Recycling Notice......................................................................................................50
Hungarian Recycling Notice................................................................................................50
Italian Recycling Notice......................................................................................................50
Latvian Recycling Notice.....................................................................................................50
Lithuanian Recycling Notice.................................................................................................51
Polish Recycling Notice.......................................................................................................51
Portuguese Recycling Notice................................................................................................51
Romanian Recycling Notice.................................................................................................51
Slovak Recycling Notice.....................................................................................................52
Spanish Recycling Notice....................................................................................................52
Swedish Recycling Notice...................................................................................................52
Battery Replacement Notices....................................................................................................52
Dutch Battery Notice..........................................................................................................52
French Battery Notice.........................................................................................................53
German Battery Notice.......................................................................................................53
Italian Battery Notice.........................................................................................................54
Japanese Battery Notice.....................................................................................................54
Spanish Battery Notice.......................................................................................................55
Contents
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1 System Components and Specifications
This chapter provides detailed system specifications for the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage
system and serves as a quick reference for other relevant specifications that are described in more
detail in other chapters of this manual.
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage System Components
HP 3PAR storage systems utilize a cluster-based design that incorporates sophisticated data
management and fault tolerance technologies that can meet the storage needs of smaller sites and
can easily be scaled for global organizations.
The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 is compatible with most industry-standard 4-post EIA 19-inch racks
with square mounting holes, including the HP Intelligent Series Rack and the HP 10000 G2 Series
Rack. The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 can be factory configured and shipped in a rack, or shipped
without a rack for field integration into an existing rack. The rack used for factory integration is
the HP Intelligent Series Rack.
The storage system is comprised of the following components:
•
Controller nodes are components in the storage system that work to cache and manage data
and provide hosts with a coherent, virtualized view of the system. Controller nodes are located
in the rear of the node enclosure.
◦
The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 Storage system includes two nodes (Node 0 and Node
1).
◦
The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 Storage system can include two nodes or four nodes (Nodes
0 and 1 on the lower controller and Nodes 2 and 3 on the upper controller in a system
with four nodes).
◦
The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 and 7400 (two-node) Storage enclosures hold up to 24,
2.5 inch small form-factor (SFF) Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) disk drives arranged vertically
in a single row. The back of the enclosure includes two 764 W power cooling modules
(PCM) and two controller nodes.
◦
The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 (four-node) Storage enclosure holds up to 48, 2.5 inch SFF
SAS disk drives arranged in two vertical rows. The back of the enclosure includes four
764 W PCMs and four controller nodes.
NOTE: Controller nodes of the 7200 and 7400 are unique to the system type and are not
interchangeable.
•
•
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Drive enclosures hold an array of disk drives. These are intelligent, compact, extremely dense
storage units, where each is capable of holding a large numbers of disk drives in a small rack
space (EIA-standard rack units).
◦
The HP M6710 Drive Enclosure (2U24) holds up to 24, 2.5 inch small form-factor (SFF)
SAS disk drives, installed vertically in a single row at the front of the enclosure. The back
of the enclosure contains two 580 W PCMs and two I/O modules.
◦
The HP M6720 Drive Enclosure (4U24) holds up to 24, 3.5 inch large form-factor (LFF)
SAS disk drives, installed horizontally with four columns of six disk drives. The back of
the enclosure contains two 580 W PCMs and two I/O modules.
I/O Modules connect the controller nodes to the drives using SAS cables, enabling the transfer
of data between the nodes, the drives, PCMs, and enclosures. The I/O modules are located
at the rear of the drive enclosure and are numbered 0 to 1 from bottom to top. There are two
I/O modules per enclosure.
System Components and Specifications
•
The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage system can include an HP 3PAR Service Processor (SP)
or can use a Virtual Service Processor (VSP). If your configuration includes an SP, it will be
located at the bottom of the rack under the enclosures and above the power distribution units
(PDU).
•
Power Cooling Module is an integrated power supply, battery, and cooling fan. There are
two types of PCMs:
◦
The 580 W is used in the drive enclosures and does not include a battery.
◦
The 764 W (includes a replaceable battery) is used in the node enclosures. The PCMs
are located at the rear of the system, on either side of an enclosure.
There are two PCMs per enclosure that are numbered from 0 to 1, from bottom to top and
left to right.
NOTE: In the HP M6720 Drive Enclosure, there are two PCMs that are diagonally from one
another and the remaining PCM slots are filled with blank panels.
•
The Power Distribution Units (PDU) are housed in the HP G3 rack. There are two Power
Distribution Units (PDUs) that are mounted horizontally at the bottom of the rack and are
numbered 0 to 1 from bottom to top.
NOTE:
Depending on the configuration, PDUs can also be mounted vertically.
The various drive enclosure and controller nodes of the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage system
are shown.
Figure 1 Front View of HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200
Figure 2 Rear View of HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage System Components
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Figure 3 Front View of HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 (Four-Node System)
Figure 4 Rear View of HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 (Four-Node System)
Figure 5 Front View of HP M6710 Drive Enclosure (2U24)
Figure 6 Rear View of HP M6710 Drive Enclosure (2U24)
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System Components and Specifications
Figure 7 Front View of HP M6720 Drive Enclosure (4U24)
Figure 8 Rear View of HP M6720 Drive Enclosure (4U24)
StoreServ Storage Security Feature
HP 3PAR Data Encryption security feature allows you to encrypt all specifically formatted hard
drives on the storage system with an authentication key and the use of Self Encrypting Drives (SEDs).
Enhancing Security with Data Encryption
When a Data Encryption license is registered, you must manually enable the encryption feature
on the system. When the encryption feature is enabled successfully, all the drives in the system
become automatically set in an encrypted state. You can review the encryption status of individual
hard disk drives within the system Summary tab of the HP 3PAR Management Console.
This feature allows you to perform the following encryption-related tasks:
•
Check encryption status
•
Enable encryption
•
Back up an authentication key
•
Restore an authentication key
•
Generate a new key
•
Recover a key
For more information about enabling the feature, see the HP 3PAR Management Console User’s
Guide .
Storage System Specifications
The 7200 includes two nodes, while the 7400 can be configured with two nodes or four nodes.
The maximum number of supported drive enclosures varies according to the number and type of
controller nodes used by the system.
StoreServ Storage Security Feature
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Physical Specifications
The following table lists system specifications. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Table 1 HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage Components
7200/7400 Drive/Node Integrated Enclosure
Configuration
24 Small Form-Factor (SFF) drive slots
2 Controller Nodes
PCIe slots (one per node) Fibre Channel HBA or iSCSI CNA
2 host FC ports
2 disk expansion SAS ports
1 1Gb Ethernet RCIP port
1 1Gb Ethernet management port
2 interconnect link ports
1 console port
Dimensions (width x height x depth)
3.46” (87.9mm) x 19”(483mm) x 26.6” (674.9mm)
Weight
48.7lbs/22.1kg (no HDD); 65.5lbs/29.7kg (max)
Power
100-240 VAC 50-60Hz
1+1 Redundant Hot Swap PCM with integrated battery
and cooling fan
Air Flow
112 CFM
Service Clearances
Front: 30” , Sides: None, Rear: 24”
Cabling
Front: None
Rear: Data/Power
M6710 / M6720 Drive Enclosures
Configuration
2 I/O modules
4 SAS Ports
8 Ports
M6710 Dimensions (width x height x depth)
3.46” (87.9mm) x 19” (483mm) x 24.8” (630mm)
M6720 Dimensions (width x height x depth)
6.89” (175mm) x 19” (483mm) x 24.9” (631.3mm)
Power
100-240 VAC 50-60Hz
1+1 Redundant Hot Swap PCM with integrated cooling
fan
M6710 Airflow
105 CFM
M6720 Airflow
109 CFM
Service Clearances
Front: 30” , Sides: None, Rear: 24”
Cabling
Front: None
Rear: Data/Power
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Capacity Specifications
The following table lists system capacity and configuration details.
NOTE: SSDs have a limited number of writes that can occur before reaching the SSD's write
endurance limit. This limit is generally high enough so wear out will not occur during the expected
service life of an HP 3PAR StoreServ under the great majority of configurations, IO patterns, and
workloads. HP 3PAR StoreServ tracks all writes to SSDs and can report the percent of the total
write endurance limit that has been used. This allows any SSD approaching the write endurance
limit to be proactively replaced before they are automatically spared out. An SSD has reached the
maximum usage limit once it exceeds its write endurance limit. Following the product warranty
period, SSDs that have exceeded the maximum usage limit will not be repaired or replaced under
HP support contracts.
Table 2 Capacity Specifications
Feature
7200
7400 (Two Nodes)
7400 (Four Nodes)
Number of controller nodes 2
2
4
Control cache
16GB
16GB
32GB
Data cache
8GB
16GB
32GB
Host ports
4–12
4–12
8–24
0-4
0-4
0-8
4–12
4–12
8–24
6–240
6–240
12–480
1.2TB to 400TB
1.2TB to 432TB
2.4TB to 1100TB
RAID 0, 1, 5, 6
RAID 0, 1, 5, 6
RAID 0, 1, 5, 6
2:1 - 8:1
2:1 - 8:1
4:2; 6:2; 8:2; 10:2; 14:2
4:2; 6:2; 8:2; 10:2; 14:2
300 GB 15K FC, 450 GB
10K FC, 600 GB 10K SAS,
900 GB 10K FC, 1.2 TB
10K SAS, 1 TB 7.2K NL
(SAS), 2 TB 7.2K NL (SAS),
3 TB 7.2K NL (SAS), 4 TB
7.2K NL (SAS), 2 TB NL, 3
TB NL, 100 GB SSD, 200
GB SSD, 400 GB SSD, 480
GB SSD, 800 GB SSD, 920
GB SSD
300 GB 15K FC, 600 GB
15K FC, 600 GB 10K SAS,
1.2 TB 10K SAS, 1 TB 7.2K
NL (SAS), 2 TB 7.2K NL
(SAS), 3 TB 7.2K NL (SAS),
4 TB 7.2K NL (SAS), 2 TB
NL, 100 GB SSD, 200 GB
SSD, 400 GB SSD, 480 GB
SSD, 800 GB SSD, 920 GB
SSD
300 GB 15K FC, 600 GB
15K FC, 600 GB 10K SAS,
1.2 TB 10K SAS, 1 TB 7.2K
NL (SAS), 2 TB 7.2K NL
(SAS), 3 TB 7.2K NL (SAS),
4 TB 7.2K NL (SAS), 2 TB
NL, 100 GB SSD, 200 GB
SSD, 400 GB SSD, 480 GB
SSD, 800 GB SSD, 920 GB
SSD
HP M6720 (4U24)/DC1
0–9
0–9
0–18
HP M6710 (2U24)/DC2
0–9
0–9
0–18
10 Gb/s iSCSI host ports
1
Fibre Channel host ports
Number of drives
Raw capacity
(approximately)
1
1
RAID levels
RAID 5 data to parity ratios 2:1 - 8:1
Minimum physical drives to
create RAID 5 volume: 8
RAID 6 data to parity ratios 4:2; 6:2; 8:2; 10:2; 14:2
Base RAID sets: 12 drives
Minimum physical drives to
create RAID 6 volume: 12
Drive capacities (in
approximate GB)1
Number of drive enclosures2
1
Levels, ratios, and capacities are all mixable within the same storage system. 1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes.
2
A single drive enclosure holds up to 24 drives in both 4U and 2U chassis within an EIA-standard rack.
Storage System Specifications
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Power and Heat Specifications
The following table lists the electrical power requirements.
Table 3 Power Requirements
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Component
Idle (watts/BTU/hr)
Transactional (watts/BTU/hr)
Node Pair (7200 or 7400), no
drives, no add-on host adapters
236 W / 803
398 W / 1357
4-port 8 Gb/s Fibre Channel
Adapter
24 W / 81.72
32.6 / 111
2-port 10 Gb/s iSCSI/FCoE
Adapter
34 W / 115.77
40 W / 136.4
HP M6710 2.5 inch 2U SAS Drive
Enclosure, no drives
150 / 512 (average)
150 / 512 (average)
HP M6720 3.5 inch 4U SAS Drive
Enclosure, no drives
164 / 559 (average)
164 / 559 (average)
300 GB 15K Small Form-Factor
HDD
6.2 / 21.1
8.0 / 27.3
450 GB 10K Small Form-Factor
HDD
3.7 / 12.6
6.3 / 21.5
900 GB 10K Small Form-Factor
HDD
4.8 / 16.4
6.2 / 21.1
450 GB 10K Small Form-Factor SAS 4.8 / 16.4
HDD
8.1 / 27.7
600 GB 10K Small Form-Factor SAS 1.8 / 6.24
HDD
6.4 / 21.7
900 GB 10K Small Form-Factor SAS 4.9 / 16.7
HDD
8.5 / 29
1.2 TB 10K Small Form-Factor SAS
HDD
6.0 / 20.6
7.6 / 26.0
1 TB 7.2K NL Small Form-Factor
SAS HDD
3.8 / 12.94
6.6 / 22.4
2 TB 7.2K NL Large Form-Factor
SAS HDD
8.0 / 27.42
12.0 / 40.96
3 TB 7.2K NL Large Form-Factor
SAS HDD
8.9 / 30.42
12.2 / 41.56
4 TB 7.2K NL Large Form-Factor
SAS HDD
9.2 / 30.42
13.5 / 46.12
2 TB 7.2K Large Form-Factor NL
HDD
7.5 / 25.6
10.6 / 36.1
3 TB 7.2K Large Form-Factor NL
HDD
8.5 / 28.9
11.8 / 40.2
100 GB SLC SSD
1.4 / 4.8
3.9 / 13.3
200 GB SLC SSD
1.4 / 4.8
3.9 / 13.3
400 GB SLC SSD
2.2 / 3.7
7.5 / 12.6
480 GB SLC SSD
2.2 / 7.49
5.5 / 18.7
920 GB SLC SSD
2.0 / 6.7
5.2 / 17.8
System Components and Specifications
NOTE:
Refer to “Power Requirements” (page 23) for complete details.
Power and Heat Specifications
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Environmental Specifications
The operating site must comply with the following environmental specifications.
Table 4 Environmental Specifications
Altitude
10,000ft/ 3,024m Operational
40,000ft/ 12,192m Shipping
Temperature
Operating: 41–104° F (5–40° C) - Reduce rating by 1° F for each 1000 ft altitude (1.8°
C/1,000 m)
Non–operating: 32–203° F (0–95° C)
Shipping Temperature
32–140° F (0–60° C)
Humidity
10–90% non-condensing
Shipping Humidity
10–90% non-condensing
Vibration
Operating: 0.25 G, Sine, 5-500 Hz; 0.15 Grms Random, 5-100 Hz
Non-operating: 0.5G, Sine, 5-500 Hz
Shock
Operating: 2 G, 11ms, half-sine
Non-operating: 10 G, 11ms, half-sine
For more information, refer to “Structural/Environmental Considerations” (page 19) for details.
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Cable Specifications
The following table lists the types of cables commonly required for the installation of a storage
system.
Table 5 Required Cables
Cable Type
Connector Type
Three Ethernet (Category 5) cables minimum with two static RJ-45
IPs and one for SP for 7200 system. Five cables minimum
for 7400 four node system. The StoreServ and SP must be
on same subnet and netmask.
• IP=SP
• IP=StorageServ
• IP For service (node rescue example)
Multi-mode Fibre Channel Requires 50 micron OM3 cables LC-LC
for 8–10Gb/s speeds.
SAS cables for drive cage connections: 1M, 2M, and 6M Mini SAS SFF8088
The following table lists the typical Fibre Channel cable lengths required for a given type of
connection.
Table 6 Fibre Channel Cable Usage Guidelines
Cable Length
Used For:
6m
Connecting Drive enclosures and controller nodes in the
same rack.
10m
Cabling between racks. Always round up to the nearest
size.
25m
50m
100m
The following table lists the maximum supported Fibre Channel cable length based on the cable
size and port speed.
Table 7 Cable Limitations for Fibre Channel Host Connectivity
Cable Size
Speed
Cable Length Limit
OM3 and OM4
4–, 8–, or 10 Gb/s
300 meters
NOTE: Refer to “Network, Cabling, and Connectivity” (page 26) for more details on cable
requirements and configurations.
Cable Specifications
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2 General Site Planning
Successful installation of the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage system requires careful planning
and supervision in collaboration with authorized HP representatives. Proper planning will help
provide for a more efficient installation and greater reliability, availability, and serviceability. The
chapter includes general recommendations for physical planning and site preparation for the
storage system installation.
Customer Responsibilities
The customer must provide any hardware required to host the remote support software when
deploying a Virtual Service Processor. For scheduled service calls, the customer shall make the
Virtual Service Processor available to HP for remedial activities at the agreed-upon time. The
customer is responsible for maintaining the appropriate HP 3PAR Remote Support Technology with
a secure connection to HP and any passwords required to access the local network and Virtual
Service Processor. The customer is responsible for providing all necessary resources in accordance
with the HP 3PAR Service Processor Release Notes in order to enable the delivery of the service
and options. Please contact a local HP representative for further details on requirements,
specifications, and exclusions.
Pre-Installation Planning
When planning and preparing for the installation of a storage system, you assume the following
responsibilities:
•
Providing suitable space for unpacking, installing, and operating the storage system
•
Maintaining the proper environmental conditions for the storage system
•
Providing adequate power facilities for the storage system
•
Supplying the network connections and external cabling required by the storage system
•
Enabling the appropriate HP 3PAR remote support strategy
NOTE: Electronic equipment has special packing for shipping and receives special handling
during transportation. HP is responsible for the manufacturing environment and packaging for
shipping.
For optimal performance at a specific location, storage systems require controlled environmental
conditions that can best be facilitated through raised flooring and under-floor air conditioning. It
is the customer's responsibility to monitor this environment to ensure continued conformance with
the recommended environmental specifications. Refer to “Structural/Environmental Considerations”
(page 19) for specific information concerning server room environments.
Adequate power is necessary for the reliable functioning of electronic equipment and for the safety
of the customer's installation. The customer is responsible for procuring, installing, and maintaining
adequate power to the equipment. Refer to “Power Requirements” (page 23) for input electrical
power and grounding requirements.
All pre-installation activities should be scheduled and completed before the equipment is delivered.
The pre-installation process includes the following:
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Hardware configuration planning, such as system component layout and drive allocation
•
Networking and cabling topics, such as storage system and SP network topologies, internal
system cabling configurations, and cabling of connected host computers
General Site Planning
The following are suggested site planning tasks to be completed prior to the delivery and installation
of the selected storage system.
•
Prepare a preliminary layout of the subsystem installation.
•
Review the power and the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) requirements.
•
Order any additional support equipment indicated by the power and HVAC review.
•
Work with the appropriate HP representative to ensure that all system units in the specified
configuration and all cables of the required length have been ordered.
•
Make a final layout of the installation and review the layout with your HP representative.
•
Select key personnel and arrange for training with your HP representative.
•
Verify the electrical service wiring has been installed at the predetermined location before
installing the storage system. Refer to the respective product specifications for detailed
requirements.
•
Verify any additional support equipment is properly installed and operational.
Prior to installation, review the packaging to make sure the goods have not been tampered with.
When unpacking the equipment, verify the delivered shipment of all the equipment is correct. Refer
to the packing slip and the SKUs with the shipment. Complete the installation checklist. See “Storage
System Installation Checklist” (page 39). Also, prepare the following checkpoints with your local
Sales Representative or Systems Engineer:
•
Contact information for customer personnel and for HP technical sales, support, and service
personnel
•
Implementation project plan
•
Configuration information for the storage system to be installed, including system configuration
diagrams
•
Shipping and delivery details and requirements
•
Management workstation, SP, and network information
•
Description of the environment
•
Volume and RAID level planning information
•
Additional notes and comments about installation
•
Current support matrix
•
System technical specifications
•
Systems Acceptance Certificate
Storage System Rack Shipping Containers
A separate shipping container holds each storage system rack. The drive and node enclosure
shipping containers hold a maximum of 24 drives. Examine the delivered package for obvious
damage or signs of tampering and notify both HP and the carrier of any issues.
Shipping container measurements are as follows:
•
Rack crate container: 85.35 x 50.87 x 35.43 inch (216.80 x 129.20 x 90 cm)
Approximate shipping weight: 1606 lb (728 kg)
•
Drive enclosure container: Height 13 inch (33.1 cm) x Width 11 inch (28 cm) x Depth 27
inch (68.6 cm)
Approximate shipping weight: 33.8 lb (15.4 kg)
Storage System Rack Shipping Containers
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•
Disk drive magazine container: Height 38 inch (96.5 cm) x Width 29 inch (73.6 cm) x Depth
34 inch (86.4 cm)
Approximate shipping weight: 392 lb (177.8 kg)
•
Node enclosure container: Height 30 inch (76.2 cm) x Width 35 inch (88.9 cm) x Depth 45
inch (114.3 cm)
Approximate shipping weight: 618 lb (280.3 kg)
When the equipment arrives, you must make sure that there is enough room to unload and unpack
the storage system.
The specific amount of space you will need to unpack the storage system is based on the dimensions
of the container, the ramp, and the room required to access the storage system so that it can be
moved to its placement destination.
NOTE: See “Structural/Environmental Considerations” (page 19) for more information on placing
the storage systems and reserving room for service access.
Acclimatization
Storage systems are shipped or stored at extreme temperatures and may require time to adjust to
operating temperatures before startup. The maximum acceptable rate of temperature change for
a non-operating system is 68° F/hour (20° C/hour). The storage system requires time to acclimatize
to new environmental conditions before being powered on. During that time, it is possible to
proceed with the physical installation of the storage system. However, the storage system may
need at least 24 hours to acclimatize to a new environment prior to completing the full system
installation. If condensation is present even after the 24–hour acclimatization period, it is necessary
to wait until all condensation has evaporated before completing the power-on sequence.
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General Site Planning
3 Structural/Environmental Considerations
Consider the following when choosing or designing your facilities for the storage system:
•
Equipment location and layout that allows efficient use, easy maintenance, and future
expansion.
•
Facility construction that provides a suitable operating environment, sufficient power, and
adequate protection from fire, contamination, or other hazards.
•
Suitable temperatures and appropriate air quality that is free from environmental contaminants.
The customer is responsible for maintaining the room environment according to the recommended
specifications. Environmental conditions for the room and under the floor must be maintained within
the acceptable limits to prevent any adverse impact on performance and reliability. The installation
environment should be monitored on a regular basis to ensure continued conformance to
recommended environmental specifications. The customer may request assistance from an HP 3PAR
representative for help with analyzing the site location and environment to make appropriate
recommendations.
For information on rack requirements and considerations, see the Best practices for HP Intelligent
Series Rack Family white paper.
Establishing the Proper Foundation
Weight and Pressure Loads
Depending on the configuration, a storage system weighs up to 2000 lb (907 kg). The following
table lists the maximum weights and pressure loads per leveling foot for storage system racks. Use
these values to approximate the structural support required by a storage system rack.
Table 8 Weight and Pressure Load Specifications
Rack
Dimensions (inches)
Max Racked Weight
(lb) Unit + Mounts
Max Ship Weight (lb)
w /Pack
SKU
2 Node (QR482A,
QR484A, QR483A)
37.65x23.63x11.00
65 lb
89 lb
QR482A
2U Drive Enclosure
(QR490A)
35.88x23.63x11.00
51 lb
71 lb
QR483A
4 Node (QR485A)
36.77x23.63x14.50
129 lb
160 lb
QR484A
4U Drive Enclosure
(QR491A)
36.77x23.63x14.50
88.5 lb
116 lb
QR485A
Large Form-Factor
HDD
12.88x8.68x5.81
0.7 lb
1.3 lb
QR490A
Small Form-Factor
HDD
12.75x7.25x5.12
1.9 lb
2.7 lb
QR491A
NOTE:
The example uses nominal numbers to simplify calculations.
Anchoring Dimensions
Some installations may require the storage systems to be anchored to the floor for better stability,
especially in active seismic locations. The HP Tie Down Option Kit enables you to anchor an
Intelligent Series Rack to the floor in geographical areas that are prone to seismic activity, thereby
meeting international building code guidelines. This product provides a solution to help avoid
damage or serious injury in the event of building or floor movement.
Establishing the Proper Foundation
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NOTE: For information on options available for the Intelligent Series Rack, refer to the Rack
Options Catalog at www.hp.com/go/rackandpower.
For information on rack requirements and considerations, see the Best practices for HP Intelligent
Series Rack Family white paper.
Meeting Environmental Conditions
HP recommends that you maintain a controlled environment with a high degree of cleanliness,
close control of temperature and humidity, and infrequent access by personnel.
CAUTION: The storage system operating environment must be free from continuous vibration
and from dust and other environmental contaminants.
Maintaining the Optimal Temperature
The level of cooling required for the storage systems is quite different from the air-conditioning
used in offices. Air conditioning systems for comfort are designed for the lower heat and higher
moisture generated by the human body. In contrast, equipment has high heat output that is
moisture-free (sensible heat). In comfort systems, sensible heat normally produces 60–70% of the
load, whereas the dry heat of electronic equipment produces a sensible heat ratio of over 95%.
Prior to installation, verify the operating site is equipped with a cooling system that can support
all thermal emissions.
Proper site layout is critical to ensure the ambient temperature near the intake of the system does
not rise beyond the system specifications. Exceeding the maximum ambient temperature for any
period negatively affects the reliability and performance of the system. Continued operation for
extended periods under such conditions might actually cause the system to shut down.
CAUTION:
system.
Heated air from nearby equipment should not exhaust into the front of the storage
Use the following average and maximum thermal emissions of storage system components to
estimate the cooling requirements for a storage system based on a specific system configuration.
Table 9 Thermal Emissions of Components
Component (Fully Populated)
Average Thermal Emissions
Maximum Thermal Emissions
Controller node (pair)1
2,164 BTU/hr (545.3 Kcal/hr)
3,004 BTU/hr (757 Kcal/hr)
Drive enclosure (single)
3,657 BTU/hr (921.6 Kcal/hr)
4,973 BTU/hr (1,253.2 Kcal/hr)
7,314 BTU/hr (1,843.2 Kcal/hr)
9,946 BTU/hr (2,506.4 Kcal/hr)
2
Drive enclosure (pair)
1
Controller nodes can only be installed in pairs.
2
Storage systems require a minimum of two drive enclosure. However, additional drive enclosure can be installed
individually.
Storage systems can tolerate temperature and humidity fluctuations if the specified guidelines are
understood and followed. Exposure to conditions outside the specified ranges may damage the
system or its components.
Before a system is powered on, the air entering the subsystem must be clean and within the ranges
specified for temperature and humidity. The room humidity must be kept sufficiently low to prevent
condensation on or within the subsystem, and must never exceed the limit specified in the subsystem
environmental requirements tables, including transient humidity. The system must never be exposed
to conditions that could cause internal condensation to occur within the subsystem.
The air conditioning units should have controls monitoring thermal conditions underneath the floor.
The optimal condition should be set to 1° C (34° F) with 5% relative humidity. Humidification is
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Structural/Environmental Considerations
normally required to replace moisture removed during the cooling process. The relative humidity
for a subsystem equipment room should be set at 40%. This level is sufficient to suppress
electromagnetic charge buildup, and low enough to avoid the risk of corrosion and condensation.
To avoid air contamination from the humidifier, water treatment may be necessary in areas with
high mineral content.
Air Supply and Flow
The air flow capacity of the facility where the storage systems are installed needs to be sufficient
to remove the heat generated by the equipment. In addition, the air handlers must provide the
airflow volume required by the units being cooled. To ensure this airflow, the facility must have a
positive air pressure underneath the floor (if the facility has raised floors). When conditions within
the computer room are changed (new units are added, the computer system is moved, and so on),
airflow checks should be made.
The amount of outside (composition) air should be kept to the minimum needed to create a slight
positive pressure within the room, and it should not exceed industry recommendations of 0.3 cubic
meters/minute (10 cubic feet/minute) per person stationed in the equipment room. While
recommendations for outside air in comfort air conditioning are 10–15% of the airflow, the computer
room environment is cleaner and operates more efficiently if outside air is kept below 1 percent
of the airflow. Cooling/heating and humidification needs are reduced, and a minimum of
contaminated building air is introduced into the installation area.
Air Cleanliness
Air contaminants can cause equipment malfunction and can damage storage systems. It is essential
that steps be taken to prevent air contaminants, such as metal particles, solvent vapors, corrosive
gases, soot, airborne fibers, or salt, from entering or being generated within the server room
environment.
A high-efficiency air filter should be employed on each air inlet for outside air to stop dust at the
point of entry to the installation site. Special additional filtering is necessary where the environment
is exposed to salt air, corrosive gases, or unusual dust/dirt conditions. Electronic equipment is
sensitive to air contaminants such as the following:
•
Excessive amounts of soot particles
•
Condensate particulates such as carbonates
•
Concrete particulates from unsealed concrete
•
Metal flakes or filings, such as those produced by sawing, filing, or drilling
•
Floor-cleaning solutions with high ammonia content.
•
Deteriorating/decomposing building materials, including floor tiles, fabrics, sheetrock,
insulation, and acoustical tiles
•
Pollutants generated by any servicing performed in and around the computer room
•
Paper chaff, dust, and toners from printers within the computer room
•
Processing chemicals from reproduction equipment such as microfiche processors.
In electronic equipment, contaminants cause connector contact and motor-bearing degradation.
They also cause electrical leakage, shorting paths between integrated circuit leads and between
printed wiring traces on printed circuit boards.
Air supplied to and circulated within the server room and plenums underneath the floor should
ideally pass through mechanical or electrostatic filters. HVAC ducts and plenums and sub-floor
areas, including cable raceway openings (where used), should be kept clean. All unused cables,
hardware, and debris should be removed from the area underneath the floor to avoid becoming
dust/dirt traps or potential sources of rust.
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During major changes in the server room environment, special considerations must be taken into
account whenever any drilling, sawing, welding, brazing, and so on, is performed.
Precautions must be taken to prevent material particles (concrete or metal particles for example.)
from becoming airborne. Storage systems should be powered down during construction that
requires any drilling, sawing, welding, brazing, and so on. In addition, all debris must be removed
before powering up the systems. Maximum concentrations of corrosive gases and solvent vapors
must also be considered.
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4 Power Requirements
The following describes all power domains within a HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage systems.
Electrical Requirements and Limitations
Before physically installing a storage system, verify that the operating site has the necessary electrical
circuitry. Each storage system requires four (200 - 240) Volt, 30 Amp outlets, or two outlets if only
the bottom half of the rack is occupied. For proper redundant power protection, power should be
supplied from two or more power sources. Use the approximate current requirements for storage
system components listed in “Power and Heat Specifications” (page 12) to estimate the current,
power, and heat requirements for a specific system configuration.
Power Quality
The quality of the input power is critical to the performance and reliability of the system. Variations
in the input power can cause a power failure or malfunction. Many of the causes of transient signals
and noise on commercial power lines are difficult to locate or are beyond the customer’s control.
To reduce the impact of the irregularities, some form of power conditioning may be needed. Consult
your electrician for assistance.
Voltage and Frequency Tolerance
Steady state voltage must be maintained within 10% of the normal rated voltage, measured (under
load) at the power input terminal of the specified server. The frequency must be maintained at
(50-60 HZ), 1 phase 50/60 +2%, -4%.
When there is a possibility of brownouts or other marginal voltage conditions, installing a voltage
monitor is advisable.
Systems are tested to comply with the IEC/EN 61000–4–5 standard.
HP recommends installing a lightning protection device on the server room power source when
the following conditions exist:
•
The primary power is supplied by an overhead power service.
•
The utility company installs lightning protectors on the primary power source.
•
The area is subject to electrical storms or equivalent types of power surges.
Electrostatic Discharge
Storage systems are susceptible to failure due to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). Electrostatic charges
can accumulate on people and furniture because of direct contact with floor coverings or movement
while in contact with furniture coverings. Discharge of static electricity to a metal surface on server
racks can interfere with the system operation and cause discomfort to anyone who comes in contact
with it.
Some factors contributing to electrostatic discharge are the following:
•
High-resistance floor covering
•
Carpeting without antistatic properties
•
Low humidity (less than 20%)
The system is tested to comply with the IEC/EN 61000–4–2 standard.
Branch Circuits
The individual panel branch circuits should be protected by suitable circuit breakers properly rated
according to manufacturer specifications and applicable codes. Each circuit breaker should be
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labeled to identify the branch circuit it is controlling. The receptacle should also be labeled. Plan
on a circuit breaker maximum of 30 A per PDU (de-rated to 24 A).
Emergency Power Control
As a safety precaution, you might consider providing emergency power-off controls for disconnecting
the main service wiring that supplies storage systems. Install these controls at a convenient place
for the operators and next to the main exit doors of the room after checking local electrical codes
for further guidelines.
Power Distribution Units
In HP-integrated storage systems, four PDUs are mounted horizontally below the enclosures at the
bottom rear of the rack. Numbers for PDUs are assigned beginning with 0, from bottom to top.
NOTE: If a storage system rack does not have components installed in the top portion of the rack,
do not connect and use the two upper PDUs (PDU 2 and PDU 3) to power the system. Redundant
power is still supplied to the lower bays in the rack through PDU 0 and PDU 1.
Storage system PDUs are equipped with NEMA® L6–30 or IEC 60309 connectors, depending on
the region. International PDUs are equipped with IEC 60309, 2P+E (3 wire, 2 Pole + Earth Ground)
connectors. The appropriate receptacles or adapters are necessary at the operating site to
accommodate these connectors.
Each PDU is equipped with two power banks and separate circuit breakers, used exclusively for
storage system components.
WARNING! To avoid possible injury, damage to storage system equipment, and potential loss
of data, do not use the surplus power outlets in the storage system PDUs. Never use outlets in the
PDUs to power components that do not belong to the storage system or to power storage system
components that reside in other racks.
Power Cord Connections
Storage systems arrive with all internal power cords configured. Each PDU AC cord connects to
the wall outlet and supplies power to the node and drive enclosure power supplies. The power
can be routed from the top or bottom of the rack.
Redundant Power
The storage system supports redundant power through the use of PDUs and PCMs.
WARNING! To avoid possible injury, damage to storage system equipment, and potential loss
of data, do not use the surplus power outlets in the storage system PDUs. Never use outlets in the
PDUs to power components that do not belong to the storage system or to power storage system
components that reside in other racks.
To support redundant power:
•
The PCMs in each enclosure must connect to separate PDUs.
•
Each PDU in the system must connect to an independent AC circuit.
Power Cooling Modules
The storage system includes an enclosure that has two PCMs, an integrated power supply, and a
cooling fan and battery, that are located at the rear of the system on either side of an enclosure.
The PCM converts current from an AC line to appropriate DC levels and supplies power to the
controller node.
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Power Requirements
There are two types of PCMs:
•
580 W PCM - Used in HP M6720 and HP M6710 drive enclosures
•
764 W PCM (includes a replaceable battery pack) - Used in controller node enclosures
The following table provides the technical specifications of the replaceable battery located inside
the 764 W PCM.
Table 10 Battery Pack Technical Specifications
Specifications
Description
Operating Temperature
41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C) - Reduce rating by 1° F for
each 1000 ft altitude (1.8° C/1,000 m)
Operating Altitude (max)
10,000 ft / 3,048 m
Shipping Temperature
32° to 140° F (0° to 60° C)
Shipping Altitude (max)
40,000 ft / 12,192 m
Built-In Protection
Over-Voltage, Under-Voltage, Over-Current,
Over-Temperature
Capacity
49.5Wh (5.0Ah)
Design Life
The battery is designed for an expected operational life of
5 years.
Shelf Life
2 years minimum
Maintenance Discharge Cycles
Under normal operating conditions, each battery will
undergo a Maintenance Discharge Cycle once every three
months. System software ensures that only one battery at
a time is discharged. Maintenance Discharge Cycles test
the current charge capacity, and ensure the longest battery
life.
Charge/Discharge Cycles
Minimum of 200 cycles. Expected operational life of
greater than 500 cycles
Expiration/End of Life
The Battery Pack has no calendar-based Expiration or End
of Life date. End of Life is determined by reaching a
minimum charge capacity. This event will be reported by
the HP 3PAR software.
Replacement
A battery may be replaced by removing the PCM indicating
a battery fault, removing and replacing the Battery from
the PCM, and replacing the PCM within the enclosure.
Power Cooling Modules
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5 Network, Cabling, and Connectivity
This chapter provides information about how to determine the best network configuration, including
the necessary connections and cable routing options, when installing the storage system at a
determined site.
NOTE: The following information assumes that your are working with an established network,
and explains how to connect a storage system to a network.
TCP/IP Port Assignments
The following table describes the TCP/IP port assignments for communication between various
components.
Table 11 TCP/IP Port Usage Table
Port
Usage
22: The Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol
Used by the following components for
HP 3PAR Service Processor SSH
storage system monitoring and
Client --> HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000
configuration through SSH connections: Storage
• HP 3PAR Service Processor
• HP 3PAR OS CLI Client
• HP 3PAR Connection Portal
80: World Wide Web HTTP
Flow of Traffic
3rd Party SSH Client <--> HP 3PAR
Service Processor
3rd Party SSH Client <--> HP 3PAR
CLI Client
Used by the following component to
WWW --> HP 3PAR Service
communicate through the HTTP protocol: Processor
HP 3PAR Service Processor
161: SNMP
Used by the following component for
storage system monitoring and
configuration by third-party SNMP
Manager applications:
3rd Party SNMP Manager <--> HP
3PAR SNMP agent
HP 3PAR SNMP Agent
162: SNMPTRAP
Used by the following component to send 3rd Party SNMP Manager <-- HP
unsolicited alerts as SNMPv2c traps for 3PAR SNMP agent
3rd party SNMP Manager applications:
HP 3PAR SNMP Agent
427: Service Location Protocol (SLP)
Used by the following components to
3rd Party CIM Client <--> HP 3PAR
provide CIM Server location information: CIM Server
HP 3PAR CIM API
HP 3PAR CIM Server
5781: 3PAR Event Reporting Service
Used by the following components to
Service Processor <--> HP 3PAR Event
pass unsolicited events from the storage Service
system:
HP 3PAR Service Processor
RM VASA event handling
5782: 3PAR Management Service
(unsecured)
Used by the following components for
storage system monitoring and
configuration over an unsecured
channel:
HP 3PAR IMC <--> HP 3PAR CLI
Server
HP 3PAR CLI <--> HP 3PAR CLI Server
• HP 3PAR OS Management Console
Recovery Manager <--> HP 3PAR CLI
Server
HP 3PAR System Reporter <--> HP
• HP 3PAR OS CLI
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Table 11 TCP/IP Port Usage Table (continued)
Port
Usage
Flow of Traffic
• HP 3PAR Recovery Manager
3PAR CLI Server
HP 3PAR Service Processor --> HP
3PAR CLI Server
• HP 3PAR System Reporter
• HP 3PAR Service Processor
5783: 3PAR Management Service
with SSL (secured)
Used by the following components for
storage system monitoring and
configuration over a secured channel:
• HP 3PAR OS Management Console
• HP 3PAR OS CLI
• HP 3PAR Recovery Manager
• HP 3PAR System Reporter
5785: 3PAR InForm Remote Copy
HP 3PAR IMC <--> HP 3PAR CLI
Server
HP 3PAR CLI <--> HP 3PAR CLI Server
Recovery Manager <--> HP 3PAR CLI
Server
HP 3PAR System Reporter <--> HP
3PAR CLI Server
Used by the Remote Copy Software to
receive remote replication storage data
sent by the Remote Copy service from
another HP 3PAR Storage Array.
HP 3PAR Remote Copy Software on
the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000
Storage <-- 3PAR Remote Copy on
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage
HP 3PAR Remote Copy Software
(A dynamic port is allocated for
Unsecured port used by the Remote
sending data from the Remote Copy
Copy application to transport data (it
Software on the HP 3PAR Storage
does not exist on the management LAN System.)
and is only visible/active on RCIP
network segments)
nl
5988: WBEM CIM-XML (HTTP)
(unsecured)
Used by the following component for
storage system monitoring and
configuration over an unsecured
channel:
3rd Party CIM Client <--> HP 3PAR
CIM Server
HP 3PAR CIM Server
5989: WBEMCIM-XML (HTTPS)
(secured)
Used by the following component for
storage system monitoring and
configuration over a secured channel:
3rd Party CIM Client <--> HP 3PAR
CIM Server
HP 3PAR CIM Server
8008: Unsecured (HTTP) WSAPI port Used by WSAPI client to perform HP
3PAR StoreServ 7000 administration
3rd Party WSAPI Client <-> HP 3PAR
CLI Client
8080: Secured (HTTPS) WSAPI port
3rd Party WSAPI Client <-> HP 3PAR
CLI Client
Used by WSAPI client to perform HP
3PAR StoreServ 7000 administration
Controller Node Connections
The controller nodes provide the ports that are required to connect to external drives, systems, and
other devices. A controller node contains one PCIe slot that accepts the quad-port Fibre Channel
adapter or the dual port 10 Gb/s iSCSI adapter. The number of ports available for the host
connection will vary based on the configuration.
NOTE:
Ethernet Port (MGMT) is also used for the management interface connection.
Fibre Channel SFP adapters are used to connect to the customer FC switch and/or hosts and can
also be used for Remote Copy operations. Depending on whether your system includes two or four
nodes and the type of PCI adapter installed (FC or CNA), a system can support a maximum of
4–24 SFPs.
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Required Cables
The quantities and lengths of the cables required for storage system installation vary according to
the specific storage system and network configuration. Fibre Channel cables are used externally
to connect the controller node to the customer switch or host (in the case of a directly connected
host). The SAS cables are used to connect the controller node to the drive enclosures.
Table 12 Required Cables
Cable Type
Outside Diameter
Connector Type
SAS
6.60 – 7.75 mm, depending on the
length
Mini SAS SFF8088
Ethernet (Category 5) 3 cables minimum Standard
with 3 static IPs
RJ-45
HP recommends that you have at least
one Ethernet connection per node pair.
7400 4 Node, Link Cable
6.7 mm
PCI Express
Multimode Fibre Channel
1.6 mm
LC-LC
External Cable Connections
The following shows specific guidelines for connecting the controller nodes to the network and to
host computers. Refer to “Supported Network Topologies” (page 29) for descriptions of the supported
network topologies.
Table 13 External Controller Node Connections
Connection Type
Minimum Configuration
Recommended Configuration
Ethernet
Connection from the Ethernet switch
or hub to two controller nodes
See “Supported Network Topologies”
(page 29)
Fibre Channel
Connection from a host computer to
one controller node
Separate connections from host
computers to each node, via a switch,
with connections distributed evenly
across all nodes1
Maintenance
None
Varies according to system and network
configuration
1
To provide redundancy and to permit online software upgrades, both controller nodes in a node pair (for example,
nodes 0 and 1 and nodes 2 and 3) must maintain connections to each host server.
•
Each controller node supports one Ethernet connection to a switch or hub. Separate connections
from the Ethernet switch or hub to at least two controller nodes are required to support
redundancy. With redundancy, one IP address is shared between the two connections and
only one network connection is active at a time. If the active network connection fails, the IP
address is automatically moved to the surviving network connection.
•
At a minimum, the storage system requires one Fibre Channel (or iSCSI) connection from a
host computer to a controller node. However, HP recommends separate connections from
each host computer to each of the controller nodes in the storage system, with connections
distributed evenly across all nodes.
The following shows the maximum supported Fibre Channel cable length based on the cable size
and port speed:
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Table 14 Cable Limitations for Fibre Channel Host Connectivity
Cable Size
Speed
Cable Length Limit
62.5 micron
2 Gb/s
100 meters
62.5 micron
4 Gb/s
70 meters
50 micron
2 Gb/s
300 meters
50 micron
4 Gb/s
150 meters
Internal Cable Connections
NOTE: For important exceptions to the cabling rules and guidelines described in this section,
see the HP 3PAR OS Administrator’s Guide.
The following table lists the typical SAS cable lengths required for a given type of connection.
Table 15 SAS and Link Cable Usage Guidelines
Cable Length
Used For:
1m
Drive enclosure to drive enclosure and drive enclosure to
node
2m
Drive enclosure to drive enclosure and drive enclosure to
node
6m
Cabling between racks
7400, 4–Node, Interconnect Cable:
7400 4–way node interconnect
520 mm
Cable Routing Options
For 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE), iSCSI, and Fibre Channel cables that connect the storage system
to the customer network or hosts, approximately 7 feet (2 meters) of each cable must be reserved
for internal routing within the storage system rack.
Network Access
External Ethernet, iSCSI, FCoE, or Fibre Channel cable connections are completed at the time of
installation. These external connections are necessary to do the following:
•
Establish connections from the controller nodes to the host computer or computers
•
Connect the storage system to the network, enabling storage system management through the
HP 3PAR Management Console and HP 3PAR Command Line Interface (CLI)
•
Allow communication to the storage system from the SP
Supported Network Topologies
Several different network topologies can connect the storage system to the local area network,
depending on operating site policies and requirements. Currently, the two supported topologies
are shared and private.
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Shared
With a shared network topology, the storage system and SP share the internal customer network.
A shared topology requires all of the following:
•
A static IP address and system name for the storage system
•
A minimum two Ethernet connections from a switch or hub to the storage system controller
nodes, if there are more than two nodes
•
A static IP address for the SP
•
One Ethernet connection from a switch or hub to the SP
Private
With a private network topology, both the storage system and SP reside on the same private
network segment of the customer local area network. All management workstations used to
administer the system must also reside on the same private network segment. A private topology
requires all of the following:
•
A static IP address for the storage system
•
Two Ethernet connections from the storage system to a private network segment
•
A minimum two Ethernet connection from the SP to the private network segment, if there are
more than two nodes
•
A static IP address for the SP
•
At least one management station on the private network segment
Service Processor Connectivity
The SP is used to provide remote error detection and reporting, and to support diagnostic and
maintenance activities involving the storage system.
HP uses the data collected by the SP to maintain, troubleshoot, and upgrade any HP 3PAR storage
equipment on the customer site. To perform these activities, the SP must communicate with HP
Central or a local service provider. The connection between the SP and HP Central or a local
service provider can be made by using the customer network and the Internet. Connections using
the customer network pass through a customer’s firewall. When a designated management
workstation resides on the same network as the SP and is configured to access the SP, a customer
has the option to block external communications at any time. The SP needs to be on the same
subnet as the storage system.
Table 16 Service Processor Connectivity Options
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Connection Type Data Transfer /
Remote Ops
Software Update Method
Notes
Network / Network
Remote update capability
This is the preferred method of SP
connectivity.
Network, Cabling, and Connectivity
6 Third-Party/Existing Rack Mounting
Some installations may use third-party or existing racks to house the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000
Storage components. Install system components only into a standard 19-inch rack. The rack must
also be equipped with the appropriate PDUs or power receptacles and have access to an adequate
power source that provides the recommended level of redundancy.
For site administers who choose to mount storage system components, the following kits are
available:
•
7200 Node Enclosure
•
7400 Node Enclosure
•
Drive Enclosure
•
Service Processor
NOTE: For physical dimensions and power/heat specifications for storage system components,
see “Power and Heat Specifications” (page 12). For general information on placement and
recommended conditions, see “Structural/Environmental Considerations” (page 19).
Service Installation Prerequisites
Location of Rack
•
Place the rack in its final location.
•
Make sure the operational power, with the correct connectors, exists in the proposed location
of the rack. The system will operate in 100-240VAC 50/60Hz and requires 200-240 VAC
PDUs or power strips. Each drive enclosure requires two C13/C14 connections. The SP
requires one C13/C14 connection.
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36 inch (91.4 cm) of service clearance is required directly in front of the rack. This is required
due to the depth of the enclosure and potential to damage to other equipment that is in front
of the rack/enclosure.
•
30 inch (76.2 cm) of service clearance is required on both sides of the front of the rack. This
is required because two people must lift the enclosure and set into the rack. The allocated
space is necessary on each side for the person to stand and maneuver the enclosure.
•
30 inch (76.2 cm) of unobstructed clearance is required directly behind the enclosure to
service the nodes (for example, do not attach PDUs, power-strips, power cord routing, and
other things to the back of the rack). There must be unobstructed clearance directly behind
the node enclosure in order to remove or install a controller node.
Rack Requirements
•
The rack is operational and has enough space for the installation. HP installation and upgrade
services does not include building a new rack, re-racking, or moving existing components.
The required contiguous rack space is defined by the quantity of 7000 Storage and drive
enclosures in the system. There must be 2U of rack space for each HP 3PAR 7000 Storage
enclosure and 2U SAS drive enclosure, 4U of rack space for the 4U SAS drive enclosure, and
1U for a service processor. HP also recommends having an open rack space above and below
the installed storage system components for drive enclosure upgrades.
•
Only use a 4–post rack for an installation. Using any other types of racks is prohibited . The
vertical RETMA rails must have square holes.
•
Customer cabling (power, FC, SAS, and Ethernet) must be routed in an organized path so it
does not restrict the removal of controller nodes or obstruct the servicing area.
Service Installation Prerequisites
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Enclosure Installation
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Two people are required to lift the enclosure during any servicing purposes.
Service Limitations (Also applicable to third party rack installations)
HP will not perform the following tasks:
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Assemble the rack from components
•
Configure the rack hardware
•
Position the rack
•
Perform any extensive racking, re-racking, or cabling activities, including cabling activities
involving conduits, raceways, patch panels, and movement or configuration of computer room
floor panels.
•
Complete a full site inspection, such as a comprehensive analysis of power, cooling and
humidity, airborne contaminants, vibration, and sufficient structural capability of the raised
floor in the data center to accommodate the weight of the array to be installed.
Dimensional Requirements
Refer to “Physical Specifications” (page 10) for physical specifications of the enclosures.
If you are installing any HP equipment in a four-post rack, the rack must comply with the minimum
and maximum specifications. A clear path between the front and rear vertical (RETMA) rails must
be established. There must not be any obstructions to the area when installing the rails and
enclosures.
Rack Space Considerations
HP highly recommends installing enclosures in contiguous rack space because it ensures the copper
SAS reaches the connecting ports, and provides consistency for servicing and installation. When
additional drive enclosure are added in the future, it is recommended to place them with the initial
enclosure, but it is not required.
Your site configuration should also specify an area of contiguous space within the rack for installing
HP equipment, such as the top, bottom or middle part of the rack. HP recommends considering an
area closest to the location of the sourced host cables when you are determining an installation
area.
Build the rack from bottom to top.
Maintaining Minimum Clearances
Proper clearances should be maintained for all mounted installations to allow for proper ventilation,
cabling and access for maintenance.
Table 17 Minimum Clearances
Service
Front: 36 inch (91.4 cm)
Rear: 30 inch (76.2 cm) x 19 inch (50.8 cm) unobstructed clearance directly behind the enclosure.
Sides: n/a
Ventilation
Front: 12 inch (30.5 cm)
Rear: 12 inch (30.5 cm)
Sides: n/a
Neither vented floor tiles nor raised flooring are required.
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Third-Party/Existing Rack Mounting
Table 17 Minimum Clearances (continued)
Doors: rack doors must be at least 1.5 inch (3.81 cm) away from the front and rear of the enclosures
and be perforated with a minimum 50% open pattern across the entire surface.
Cabling
Front: n/a
Rear: 30 inch (76.2 cm) total clearance
Sides: n/a
Rack Mounting Kits
Table 18 Mounting Kits
Node and Drive Enclosure
Service Processor
692982-001 for (M6720) 4U24 HDD chassis assembly
683811-001 Processor 1U
Mounting Kit
692981-001 for (M6710) (7200) 2U controller chassis assembly and 2U24 HDD
chassis assembly
Four-Post Shelf Kit
The four-post shelf kits allow the drive enclosure and components to be mounted in a variety of
four-post racks. Each enclosure or component requires its own mounting kit.
NOTE:
Do not stack the enclosure on top of another one.
Four-post shelves are mounted to the front and rear rails of a four-post rack. Each side requires
two shelf halves and the corresponding mounting hardware. The shelf halves are expandable to
fit racks of different depths. Front shelf halves have left and right pieces, while the rear shelf half
can be used on either side of the rack. When the installation is complete on both the left and right
sides, the equipment can be placed on the shelves and secured to the RETMA rails.
Redundant Power Requirements
Each storage system component is supplied with redundant PCMs. The controller nodes and drive
enclosure are designed to continue operating even when AC power is lost to one of the PCMs.
For this feature to operate properly, each power supply line cord within an enclosure must be
attached to an independent electrical source, each controlled and protected by its own circuit
breaker. Multiple outlets in a power distribution unit or power strip do not constitute an independent
electrical source.
Additionally, each line cord must be plugged into an outlet that is capable of supporting the entire
load of its enclosure.
CAUTION:
The PDUs are not provided with the installation kit. Verify the PDUs meet the minimum
power requirements before powering on the system. Special consideration must be given to this
requirement. Failure to do so may result in the overloading of the branch circuit if a power supply
fails, and shuts down the storage system, and cause similar failures in all the equipment connected
to the branch circuit.
CAUTION: AC line cords should be securely attached to the customer PDUs and outlets with
cord-retention mechanisms to prevent accidental disconnection during service activities. HP provides
cord retention mechanisms on HP power supplies but does not supply retention devices for
connection to the customer PDUs or outlets.
NOTE:
See “Power Requirements” (page 23) for complete details about power requirements.
Rack Mounting Kits
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7 Support and Other Resources
Contacting HP
For worldwide technical support information, see the HP support website:
http://www.hp.com/support
Before contacting HP, collect the following information:
•
Product model names and numbers
•
Technical support registration number (if applicable)
•
Product serial numbers
•
Error messages
•
Operating system type and revision level
•
Detailed questions
Specify the type of support you are requesting:
HP 3PAR storage system
Support request
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200, 7400, and 7450 Storage
systems
StoreServ 7000 Storage
HP 3PAR StoreServ 10000 Storage systems
3PAR or 3PAR Storage
HP 3PAR T-Class storage systems
HP 3PAR F-Class storage systems
HP 3PAR documentation
For information about:
See:
Supported hardware and software platforms
The Single Point of Connectivity Knowledge for HP
Storage Products (SPOCK) website:
http://www.hp.com/storage/spock
Locating HP 3PAR documents
The HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage site:
http://www.hp.com/go/3par
To access HP 3PAR documents, click the Support link for
your product.
HP 3PAR storage system software
Storage concepts and terminology
HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage Concepts Guide
Using the HP 3PAR Management Console (GUI) to configure HP 3PAR Management Console User's Guide
and administer HP 3PAR storage systems
Using the HP 3PAR CLI to configure and administer storage
systems
HP 3PAR Command Line Interface Administrator’s
Manual
CLI commands
HP 3PAR Command Line Interface Reference
Analyzing system performance
HP 3PAR System Reporter Software User's Guide
Installing and maintaining the Host Explorer agent in order
to manage host configuration and connectivity information
HP 3PAR Host Explorer User’s Guide
Creating applications compliant with the Common Information HP 3PAR CIM API Programming Reference
Model (CIM) to manage HP 3PAR storage systems
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Support and Other Resources
For information about:
See:
Migrating data from one HP 3PAR storage system to another HP 3PAR-to-3PAR Storage Peer Motion Guide
Configuring the Secure Service Custodian server in order to
monitor and control HP 3PAR storage systems
HP 3PAR Secure Service Custodian Configuration Utility
Reference
Using the CLI to configure and manage HP 3PAR Remote
Copy
HP 3PAR Remote Copy Software User’s Guide
Updating HP 3PAR operating systems
HP 3PAR Upgrade Pre-Planning Guide
Identifying storage system components, troubleshooting
information, and detailed alert information
HP 3PAR F-Class, T-Class, and StoreServ 10000 Storage
Troubleshooting Guide
Installing, configuring, and maintaining the HP 3PAR Policy
Server
HP 3PAR Policy Server Installation and Setup Guide
HP 3PAR Policy Server Administration Guide
HP 3PAR documentation
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For information about:
See:
Planning for HP 3PAR storage system setup
Hardware specifications, installation considerations, power requirements, networking options, and cabling information
for HP 3PAR storage systems
HP 3PAR 7200, 7400, and 7450 storage systems
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage Site Planning Manual
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage Site Planning Manual
HP 3PAR 10000 storage systems
HP 3PAR StoreServ 10000 Storage Physical Planning
Manual
HP 3PAR StoreServ 10000 Storage Third-Party Rack
Physical Planning Manual
Installing and maintaining HP 3PAR 7200, 7400, and 7450 storage systems
Installing 7200, 7400, and 7450 storage systems and
initializing the Service Processor
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage Installation Guide
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage Installation Guide
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage SmartStart Software
User’s Guide
Maintaining, servicing, and upgrading 7200, 7400, and
7450 storage systems
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage Service Guide
Troubleshooting 7200, 7400, and 7450 storage systems
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 Storage Troubleshooting Guide
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage Service Guide
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage Troubleshooting Guide
Maintaining the Service Processor
HP 3PAR Service Processor Software User Guide
HP 3PAR Service Processor Onsite Customer Care
(SPOCC) User's Guide
HP 3PAR host application solutions
Backing up Oracle databases and using backups for disaster HP 3PAR Recovery Manager Software for Oracle User's
recovery
Guide
Backing up Exchange databases and using backups for
disaster recovery
HP 3PAR Recovery Manager Software for Microsoft
Exchange 2007 and 2010 User's Guide
Backing up SQL databases and using backups for disaster
recovery
HP 3PAR Recovery Manager Software for Microsoft SQL
Server User’s Guide
Backing up VMware databases and using backups for
disaster recovery
HP 3PAR Management Plug-in and Recovery Manager
Software for VMware vSphere User's Guide
Installing and using the HP 3PAR VSS (Volume Shadow Copy HP 3PAR VSS Provider Software for Microsoft Windows
Service) Provider software for Microsoft Windows
User's Guide
Best practices for setting up the Storage Replication Adapter HP 3PAR Storage Replication Adapter for VMware
for VMware vCenter
vCenter Site Recovery Manager Implementation Guide
Troubleshooting the Storage Replication Adapter for VMware HP 3PAR Storage Replication Adapter for VMware
vCenter Site Recovery Manager
vCenter Site Recovery Manager Troubleshooting Guide
Installing and using vSphere Storage APIs for Array
Integration (VAAI) plug-in software for VMware vSphere
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Support and Other Resources
HP 3PAR VAAI Plug-in Software for VMware vSphere
User's Guide
Typographic conventions
Table 19 Document conventions
Convention
Element
Bold text
• Keys that you press
• Text you typed into a GUI element, such as a text box
• GUI elements that you click or select, such as menu items, buttons,
and so on
Monospace text
• File and directory names
• System output
• Code
• Commands, their arguments, and argument values
<Monospace text in angle brackets> • Code variables
• Command variables
Bold monospace text
• Commands you enter into a command line interface
• System output emphasized for scannability
WARNING! Indicates that failure to follow directions could result in bodily harm or death, or in
irreversible damage to data or to the operating system.
CAUTION:
NOTE:
Indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or data.
Provides additional information.
Required
Indicates that a procedure must be followed as directed in order to achieve a functional and
supported implementation based on testing at HP.
HP 3PAR branding information
•
The server previously referred to as the "InServ" is now referred to as the "HP 3PAR StoreServ
Storage system."
•
The operating system previously referred to as the "InForm OS" is now referred to as the "HP
3PAR OS."
•
The user interface previously referred to as the "InForm Management Console (IMC)" is now
referred to as the "HP 3PAR Management Console."
•
All products previously referred to as “3PAR” products are now referred to as "HP 3PAR"
products.
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8 Documentation feedback
HP is committed to providing documentation that meets your needs. To help us improve the
documentation, send any errors, suggestions, or comments to Documentation Feedback
([email protected]). Include the document title and part number, version number, or the URL
when submitting your feedback.
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Documentation feedback
A Storage System Installation Checklist
Use this chapter to complete all the requirements before you begin installing the storage system
hardware and software.
Storage System Hardware Installation Checklist
Before you start, verify the environmental conditions, recommended rack space access, and electrical
requirements listed in the previous chapters are satisfied and you have all of the following items:
•
Standard AC power
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Host computer with access to software, BIOS, drives, and HP 3PAR OS
•
Fibre Channel (FC) HBA, FC host cable, and power cord
•
Other cables
•
Network access
•
SP connectivity
•
Tools
•
Rail mounting kits
•
System components or storage system
Storage System Software Installation Checklist
Before you begin installing the storage system software, make sure you have all of the following
items:
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All components are installed
•
The storage system setup is verified, the storage system is powered on, and the LEDs are
functioning properly
•
Either the SP is installed and powered on, and you have assigned an IP addresses, or the VSP
is installed and connected, and you have determined the temporary IP address
•
The SP connection is established
Table 20 SP and Storage System Software Installation Checklist
HP 3PAR Service Processor
SP ID. The SP ID is the 3PAR 7-digit Storage serial number with the prefix SP000.
The serial number is located in two places on the SP: on the top front of the server
and in a pull-out placard in the front of the server.
NOTE:
The serial number is located on the back of your HP 3PAR storage system
next to the power switch for the node enclosure PCM, and begins with 16 (for
example, 1624635).
Service Processor Host Name
NOTE: During the SP Setup process, the StoreServ must be powered on, connected
to the same network subnet as the SP, and non-initialized to allow the SP to verify
the StoreServ serial number.
Permanent IP address (IPv4 only)
Subnet mask
Gateway IP address
DNS settings:
Domain name
DNS servers
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Table 20 SP and Storage System Software Installation Checklist (continued)
Maximum supported speed and duplex setting:
Autonegotiate or
Custom duplex (half or full) and
Custom speed (10, 100, or 1000 MB/s)
Proxy server settings for Remote Support (if applicable):
Protocol
Address and port
Authentication information (optional)
System Support Information:
• Installation site information
• Customer information
Date and time:
Enter manually
Use NTP server information
Time zone region
New password to assign setupusr (for use with the system setup wizards)
NOTE: All passwords for the setupusr username must be between 7 and 32
characters in length and can consist of alphanumeric characters and the following
special characters: period (.), plus (+), dash (-), equal (=), and forward slash (/).
New password to assign 3parcust (to access SPOCC)
NOTE: All passwords for the 3parcust username must be between 7 and 32
characters in length and can consist of alphanumeric characters and the following
special characters: period (.), plus (+), dash (-), equal (=), and forward slash (/).
HP 3PAR Storage System
Serial number
NOTE: The serial number is located on the back of your HP 3PAR storage system
next to the power switch for the node enclosure PCM. It begins with 16 (for example,
1624635).
StoreServ system name
IP address (IPv4 only)
Subnet mask
Gateway IP address
Date and time:
Use one of the following methods to configure the date and time:
• Copy from SP
• Enter manually or use NTP server information
• Time Zone
New password to assign 3paradm (to access the storage system)
NOTE: Passwords for the 3paradm username can include all printable characters
and be between 6-8 characters in length.
HP 3PAR SmartStart
Performing host configurations after using SmartStart for installation setup requires
available server to run Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 x64 Edition or 2012.
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Storage System Installation Checklist
B Regulatory Compliance Notices
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers
For the purpose of regulatory compliance certifications and identification, this product has been
assigned a unique regulatory model number. The regulatory model number can be found on the
product nameplate label, along with all required approval markings and information. When
requesting compliance information for this product, always refer to this regulatory model number.
The regulatory model number is not the marketing name or model number of the product.
Product specific information:
HP StoreServ 7000
Regulatory model number: 3PARA-SV1009 (Controller), 3PARA- ST1111 (M6710), 3PARA-ST1112
(M6720)
FCC and CISPR classification: A
These products contain laser components. See Class 1 laser statement in the Laser compliance
notices section.
Federal Communications Commission Notice
Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules and Regulations has established
Radio Frequency (RF) emission limits to provide an interference-free radio frequency spectrum.
Many electronic devices, including computers, generate RF energy incidental to their intended
function and are, therefore, covered by these rules. These rules place computers and related
peripheral devices into two classes, A and B, depending upon their intended installation. Class A
devices are those that may reasonably be expected to be installed in a business or commercial
environment. Class B devices are those that may reasonably be expected to be installed in a
residential environment (for example, personal computers). The FCC requires devices in both classes
to bear a label indicating the interference potential of the device as well as additional operating
instructions for the user.
Class A Equipment
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which
case the user will be required to correct the interference at personal expense.
FCC Rating Label
The FCC rating label on the device shows the classification (A or B) of the equipment. Class B
devices have an FCC logo or ID on the label. Class A devices do not have an FCC logo or ID on
the label. After you determine the class of the device, refer to the corresponding statement.
Class B equipment
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers
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off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit that is different from the outlet to which the
receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television technician for help.
Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with the FCC Logo, United States
Only
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
For questions regarding this FCC declaration, contact us by mail or telephone:
•
Hewlett-Packard Company P.O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101 Houston, Texas 77269-2000
Or
•
Call 1-281-514-3333
Modification
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device
that are not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard Company may void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
Cables
When provided, connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI
connector hoods in order to maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien)
Class A Equipment
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la class A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel
brouilleur du Canada.
Class B Equipment
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la class B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel
brouilleur du Canada.
European Union Notice
This product complies with the following EU directives:
•
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
•
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to applicable harmonized European standards
(European Norms) which are listed on the EU Declaration of Conformity issued by Hewlett-Packard
for this product or product family.
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Regulatory Compliance Notices
This compliance is indicated by the following conformity marking placed on the product:
This marking is valid for non-Telecom products and EU
harmonized Telecom products (e.g., Bluetooth).
Certificates can be obtained from http://www.hp.com/go/certificates.
Hewlett-Packard GmbH, HQ-TRE, Herrenberger Strasse 140, 71034 Boeblingen, Germany
Japanese Notices
Japanese VCCI-A Notice
Japanese VCCI-B Notice
Japanese VCCI Marking
Japanese Power Cord Statement
Korean Notices
Class A Equipment
Japanese Notices
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Class B Equipment
Taiwanese Notices
BSMI Class A Notice
Taiwan Battery Recycle Statement
Turkish Recycling Notice
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti: EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur
Vietnamese Information Technology and Communications Compliance
Marking
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Regulatory Compliance Notices
Laser Compliance Notices
English Laser Notice
This device may contain a laser that is classified as a Class 1 Laser Product in accordance with
U.S. FDA regulations and the IEC 60825-1. The product does not emit hazardous laser radiation.
WARNING! Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein or in the laser product's installation guide may result in hazardous radiation
exposure. To reduce the risk of exposure to hazardous radiation:
•
Do not try to open the module enclosure. There are no user-serviceable components inside.
•
Do not operate controls, make adjustments, or perform procedures to the laser device other
than those specified herein.
•
Allow only HP Authorized Service technicians to repair the unit.
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser
products manufactured from August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in
the United States.
Dutch Laser Notice
French Laser Notice
Laser Compliance Notices
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German Laser Notice
Italian Laser Notice
Japanese Laser Notice
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Regulatory Compliance Notices
Spanish Laser Notice
Recycling Notices
English Recycling Notice
Disposal of waste equipment by users in private household in the European Union
This symbol means do not dispose of your product with your other household waste. Instead, you should
protect human health and the environment by handing over your waste equipment to a designated
collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. For more information,
please contact your household waste disposal service
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Bulgarian Recycling Notice
Изхвърляне на отпадъчно оборудване от потребители в частни домакинства в Европейския
съюз
Този символ върху продукта или опаковката му показва, че продуктът не трябва да се изхвърля заедно
с другите битови отпадъци. Вместо това, трябва да предпазите човешкото здраве и околната среда,
като предадете отпадъчното оборудване в предназначен за събирането му пункт за рециклиране на
неизползваемо електрическо и електронно борудване. За допълнителна информация се свържете с
фирмата по чистота, чиито услуги използвате.
Czech Recycling Notice
Likvidace zařízení v domácnostech v Evropské unii
Tento symbol znamená, že nesmíte tento produkt likvidovat spolu s jiným domovním odpadem. Místo
toho byste měli chránit lidské zdraví a životní prostředí tím, že jej předáte na k tomu určené sběrné
pracoviště, kde se zabývají recyklací elektrického a elektronického vybavení. Pro více informací kontaktujte
společnost zabývající se sběrem a svozem domovního odpadu.
Danish Recycling Notice
Bortskaffelse af brugt udstyr hos brugere i private hjem i EU
Dette symbol betyder, at produktet ikke må bortskaffes sammen med andet husholdningsaffald. Du skal
i stedet den menneskelige sundhed og miljøet ved at afl evere dit brugte udstyr på et dertil beregnet
indsamlingssted for af brugt, elektrisk og elektronisk udstyr. Kontakt nærmeste renovationsafdeling for
yderligere oplysninger.
Dutch Recycling Notice
Inzameling van afgedankte apparatuur van particuliere huishoudens in de Europese Unie
Dit symbool betekent dat het product niet mag worden gedeponeerd bij het overige huishoudelijke afval.
Bescherm de gezondheid en het milieu door afgedankte apparatuur in te leveren bij een hiervoor bestemd
inzamelpunt voor recycling van afgedankte elektrische en elektronische apparatuur. Neem voor meer
informatie contact op met uw gemeentereinigingsdienst.
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Regulatory Compliance Notices
Estonian Recycling Notice
Äravisatavate seadmete likvideerimine Euroopa Liidu eramajapidamistes
See märk näitab, et seadet ei tohi visata olmeprügi hulka. Inimeste tervise ja keskkonna säästmise nimel
tuleb äravisatav toode tuua elektriliste ja elektrooniliste seadmete käitlemisega egelevasse kogumispunkti.
Küsimuste korral pöörduge kohaliku prügikäitlusettevõtte poole.
Finnish Recycling Notice
Kotitalousjätteiden hävittäminen Euroopan unionin alueella
Tämä symboli merkitsee, että laitetta ei saa hävittää muiden kotitalousjätteiden mukana. Sen sijaan sinun
on suojattava ihmisten terveyttä ja ympäristöä toimittamalla käytöstä poistettu laite sähkö- tai
elektroniikkajätteen kierrätyspisteeseen. Lisätietoja saat jätehuoltoyhtiöltä.
French Recycling Notice
Mise au rebut d'équipement par les utilisateurs privés dans l'Union Européenne
Ce symbole indique que vous ne devez pas jeter votre produit avec les ordures ménagères. Il est de
votre responsabilité de protéger la santé et l'environnement et de vous débarrasser de votre équipement
en le remettant à une déchetterie effectuant le recyclage des équipements électriques et électroniques.
Pour de plus amples informations, prenez contact avec votre service d'élimination des ordures ménagères.
German Recycling Notice
Entsorgung von Altgeräten von Benutzern in privaten Haushalten in der EU
Dieses Symbol besagt, dass dieses Produkt nicht mit dem Haushaltsmüll entsorgt werden darf. Zum
Schutze der Gesundheit und der Umwelt sollten Sie stattdessen Ihre Altgeräte zur Entsorgung einer dafür
vorgesehenen Recyclingstelle für elektrische und elektronische Geräte übergeben. Weitere Informationen
erhalten Sie von Ihrem Entsorgungsunternehmen für Hausmüll.
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Greek Recycling Notice
Απόρριψη άχρηοτου εξοπλισμού από ιδιώτες χρήστες στην Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση
Αυτό το σύμβολο σημαίνει ότι δεν πρέπει να απορρίψετε το προϊόν με τα λοιπά οικιακά απορρίμματα.
Αντίθετα, πρέπει να προστατέψετε την ανθρώπινη υγεία και το περιβάλλον παραδίδοντας τον άχρηστο
εξοπλισμό σας σε εξουσιοδοτημένο σημείο συλλογής για την ανακύκλωση άχρηστου ηλεκτρικού και
ηλεκτρονικού εξοπλισμού. Για περισσότερες πληροφορίες, επικοινωνήστε με την υπηρεσία απόρριψης
απορριμμάτων της περιοχής σας.
Hungarian Recycling Notice
A hulladék anyagok megsemmisítése az Európai Unió háztartásaiban
Ez a szimbólum azt jelzi, hogy a készüléket nem szabad a háztartási hulladékkal együtt kidobni. Ehelyett
a leselejtezett berendezéseknek az elektromos vagy elektronikus hulladék átvételére kijelölt helyen történő
beszolgáltatásával megóvja az emberi egészséget és a környezetet.További információt a helyi
köztisztasági vállalattól kaphat.
Italian Recycling Notice
Smaltimento di apparecchiature usate da parte di utenti privati nell'Unione Europea
Questo simbolo avvisa di non smaltire il prodotto con i normali rifi uti domestici. Rispettare la salute
umana e l'ambiente conferendo l'apparecchiatura dismessa a un centro di raccolta designato per il
riciclo di apparecchiature elettroniche ed elettriche. Per ulteriori informazioni, rivolgersi al servizio per
lo smaltimento dei rifi uti domestici.
Latvian Recycling Notice
Europos Sąjungos namų ūkio vartotojų įrangos atliekų šalinimas
Šis simbolis nurodo, kad gaminio negalima išmesti kartu su kitomis buitinėmis atliekomis. Kad
apsaugotumėte žmonių sveikatą ir aplinką, pasenusią nenaudojamą įrangą turite nuvežti į elektrinių ir
elektroninių atliekų surinkimo punktą. Daugiau informacijos teiraukitės buitinių atliekų surinkimo tarnybos.
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Lithuanian Recycling Notice
Nolietotu iekārtu iznīcināšanas noteikumi lietotājiem Eiropas Savienības privātajās mājsaimniecībās
Šis simbols norāda, ka ierīci nedrīkst utilizēt kopā ar citiem mājsaimniecības atkritumiem. Jums jārūpējas
par cilvēku veselības un vides aizsardzību, nododot lietoto aprīkojumu otrreizējai pārstrādei īpašā lietotu
elektrisko un elektronisko ierīču savākšanas punktā. Lai iegūtu plašāku informāciju, lūdzu, sazinieties ar
savu mājsaimniecības atkritumu likvidēšanas dienestu.
Polish Recycling Notice
Utylizacja zużytego sprzętu przez użytkowników w prywatnych gospodarstwach domowych w
krajach Unii Europejskiej
Ten symbol oznacza, że nie wolno wyrzucać produktu wraz z innymi domowymi odpadkami.
Obowiązkiem użytkownika jest ochrona zdrowa ludzkiego i środowiska przez przekazanie zużytego
sprzętu do wyznaczonego punktu zajmującego się recyklingiem odpadów powstałych ze sprzętu
elektrycznego i elektronicznego. Więcej informacji można uzyskać od lokalnej firmy zajmującej wywozem
nieczystości.
Portuguese Recycling Notice
Descarte de equipamentos usados por utilizadores domésticos na União Europeia
Este símbolo indica que não deve descartar o seu produto juntamente com os outros lixos domiciliares.
Ao invés disso, deve proteger a saúde humana e o meio ambiente levando o seu equipamento para
descarte em um ponto de recolha destinado à reciclagem de resíduos de equipamentos eléctricos e
electrónicos. Para obter mais informações, contacte o seu serviço de tratamento de resíduos domésticos.
Romanian Recycling Notice
Casarea echipamentului uzat de către utilizatorii casnici din Uniunea Europeană
Acest simbol înseamnă să nu se arunce produsul cu alte deşeuri menajere. În schimb, trebuie să protejaţi
sănătatea umană şi mediul predând echipamentul uzat la un punct de colectare desemnat pentru reciclarea
echipamentelor electrice şi electronice uzate. Pentru informaţii suplimentare, vă rugăm să contactaţi
serviciul de eliminare a deşeurilor menajere local.
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Slovak Recycling Notice
Likvidácia vyradených zariadení používateľmi v domácnostiach v Európskej únii
Tento symbol znamená, že tento produkt sa nemá likvidovať s ostatným domovým odpadom. Namiesto
toho by ste mali chrániť ľudské zdravie a životné prostredie odovzdaním odpadového zariadenia na
zbernom mieste, ktoré je určené na recykláciu odpadových elektrických a elektronických zariadení.
Ďalšie informácie získate od spoločnosti zaoberajúcej sa likvidáciou domového odpadu.
Spanish Recycling Notice
Eliminación de los equipos que ya no se utilizan en entornos domésticos de la Unión Europea
Este símbolo indica que este producto no debe eliminarse con los residuos domésticos. En lugar de ello,
debe evitar causar daños a la salud de las personas y al medio ambiente llevando los equipos que no
utilice a un punto de recogida designado para el reciclaje de equipos eléctricos y electrónicos que ya
no se utilizan. Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto con el servicio de recogida de
residuos domésticos.
Swedish Recycling Notice
Hantering av elektroniskt avfall för hemanvändare inom EU
Den här symbolen innebär att du inte ska kasta din produkt i hushållsavfallet. Värna i stället om natur
och miljö genom att lämna in uttjänt utrustning på anvisad insamlingsplats. Allt elektriskt och elektroniskt
avfall går sedan vidare till återvinning. Kontakta ditt återvinningsföretag för mer information.
Battery Replacement Notices
Dutch Battery Notice
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French Battery Notice
German Battery Notice
Battery Replacement Notices
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Italian Battery Notice
Japanese Battery Notice
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Regulatory Compliance Notices
Spanish Battery Notice
Battery Replacement Notices
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