Both arrays include flash cache, data redundancy and HP's Mesh-Active architecture. The system fits up to 80 drive enclosures.
Each enclosure fits 24 small form-factor 2. HP recommends a minimum of four drives per enclosure.
It can have up to 48 enclosures, with the same capacity per enclosure as the StoreServ SAN arrays use up to 16 eight-core processors at 2. Because the system uses no mechanical drives, the entire cache is flash-based. This technology uses distributed parity to ensure data integrity. Both the and models have a maximum of host ports, all of which can be used as 16 Gbps Fibre Channel.
The HP Mesh-Active architecture used in the Storage family arrays is a departure from traditional active-active arrayswhich pass the load of a failed node to existing nodes. Mesh-Active architecture allows the load from the failed node to be handled by multiple nodes on the system. A three-year warranty, which covers part replacements, on-site maintenance and labor costs, is included.
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Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Contents 1 Getting Started Tools The following tools are not required but can be useful, especially when unpacking or installing the storage system.
Use a wrist strap connected to the work surface, and properly grounded earthed tools and equipment. Failure to register the license key may limit access and restrict system upgrades. The Summary Entitlement Certificate is enclosed in a blue envelope in the accessories kit shipped with the system. The certificate must be redeemed through the HP Licensing for Software portal before you begin installing the hardware and software components.
Understanding Component Numbering Due to the large number of prospective configurations, component placement and internal cabling is standardized to simplify installation and maintenance. Controller Nodes The controller node is a storage system component that caches and manages data in a system and provides hosts with a coherent, virtualized view of the system.
Controller nodes are located in the rear of the node enclosure. The default configuration for the HP Intelligent Series Racks is two PDUs mounted vertically at the bottom of the rack so to provide a front-mounting unit space.
Make sure there is enough clearance for service. Do not use this procedure if you are installing storage system components into an existing or partially populated rack. NOTE: In a four-node system, two cable management brackets have Velcro straps to hold the cables. You can remove and discard these brackets, but HP recommends saving them for future use.
To remove the cable management brackets, loosen the Torx screws and unlatch the Velcro straps to free the cabling. Installing and Removing the Cable Restraint Shipping Brackets The cable restraint shipping brackets support the connected data cables and connectors during transport. Attach the brackets to the side rails.
Figure 14 Attaching the Brackets to the Side Rails 5. Tighten the captive screws see Figure 15 page NOTE: Make sure the brackets are aligned and leveled with the link connectors before tightening the captive screws. HP recommends tightening the screws to 19 in-lbs. Removing the Brackets Remove the cable restraint shipping brackets only when the cabinet is in its final location. Procedure 1 1.
Remove the data cables from the hook and loop straps. Loosen the captive screws see Figure 16 page Figure 16 Loosening the Captive Screws 3. Remove the brackets. Be careful not to damage the attached data cables. Mounting a 2U rail shelf onto the rack 1. Determine the location of the directional-specific rail matches with the side of a rack post.
Align one end of the rail channel with the holes of the rack post, and then push to seat the locating pins in the rack. Expand the rail to connect to the other end of rack post.
Install the middle support bracket before transporting: a. Align the middle support bracket holes with the top holes of the rail s. The orientation of the middle support bracket is neutral. Insert and tighten screws.Confidential computer software. Valid license from HP required for possession, use or copying. Consistent with FAR Government under vendor's standard commercial license. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Cage Suggested Action Format of Possible Port Exception Messages Figure 2 T Rear View Service Processor Placement The Service Processor SP is located at the bottom of the cabinet and is designed to support all actions required for maintenance of the storage system, providing real-time, automated monitoring.
The SP also supports remote access to diagnose and resolve potential problems. The SP is usually installed directly above the PDUs and below the battery tray Figure 3 page 9 and is powered internally by the storage system. Figure 5 page 11 illustrates SP placement for the T When a cabinet does not include a SP, a filler panel covers the area of the cabinet that the SP normally occupies. Figure 4 Numbering of Chassis Bays in the Cabinet A storage system can be housed in a single cabinet or multiple cabinets.
When multiple cabinets are required, the first cabinet the controller node cabinet holds the storage system backplane populated with controller nodes. Any additional cabinets, or drive chassis cabinetshold the additional drive chassis that do not fit into the controller node cabinet. PDUs are accessible from both the front and the rear of the storage system.
Each PDU has two power banks, each with a separate circuit breaker, to be used exclusively for storage system components Figure 8 page A battery tray can hold a maximum of four BBUs.
The number of BBUs and battery trays in a system depends on the number of controller nodes installed Table 2 page Controller nodes are loaded into the backplane enclosure from bottom to top. Therefore, for the T with only two controller nodes installed, those controller nodes would occupy the lowest 4U of the backplane and would be numbered, node 6 and node 7.Our system could not confirm your address to be valid and cannot find a recommended alternative.
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Quick Links. This guide is for qualified technicians who are authorized to perform installation, setup, maintenance, upgrade, and deinstallation. Table of Contents. Hp 3par-to-3par storage peer motion guide os 3. Hp 3par storeserv smartstart 1. Hp 3par smartstart 1. Hp 3par service processor software rebuild instructions qr, december 9 pages. Generation 2 scsi and fc drives, volume 5: unix configuration guide 44 pages. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Page 3: Table Of Contents 4 Documentation feedback Page 4 Defining Hosts Page 6: Identifying Swappable Components Figure 2 Product label with HP Spare part number Identifying Swappable Components Colored touch points on a storage system component such as a lever or latch identify whether the system should be powered on or off during a part replacement: Hot-swappable — At the bottom of the Alert Messages page, choose the correct message code series based on the first four characters of the alert.
Page 8: Disk Drive Repair To avoid damage to hardware and the loss of data, never remove a disk drive without confirming that the disk status LED is amber.
The new drive displays in the same position as the failed drive and the State is listed as Normal indicated by a green icon. Page 10 Replace the disk drive and wait 5 to 10 minutes. In the CLI, issue the servicemag status command. When No servicemag operations logged displays as the last line in the output, the disk has successfully been replaced.
Page Removing A 2. Pull the handle away from the enclosure and wait 30 seconds. Gently slide the disk drive out of the enclosure and set aside. Remove the replacement disk drive from its packaging. Page 12 Figure 8 Removing a 3. Page Installing A Disk Drive To avoid potential damage to equipment and loss of data, handle disk drives carefully.
NOTE: Before beginning this procedure, review how to load the drives based on drive type, speed, and capacity. To install a 2.HPE 3PAR StoreServ 8000 Storage Customer Self Install Video4
Redisplay the physical disks to monitor.The flash-optimized architecture features the HPE 3PAR Gen5 ASIC for silicon-based hardware acceleration, including inline deduplication, compression, data packing, thin technologies and other compaction technologies that can reduce acquisition and operational costs without compromising performance. Configuration options are available for all-flash models and combined flash and HDD models.
Achieve extreme data protection for a complete enterprise disaster recovery plan by extending peer persistence support for a third data center across geographical distances. Runs workloads at the right cost and service level agreement SLA with one-click workload balancing. Slashes management overhead with unified management of block, file, and object access and storage that is self-configuring, self-provisioning, and self-optimizing. HPE Pointnext leverages our breadth and depth of technical expertise and innovation to help to accelerate digital transformation.
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HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 2-node Manual
Quick Links. It contains. Table of Contents. Hp 3par-to-3par storage peer motion guide os 3. Hp 3par storeserv smartstart 1. Hp 3par smartstart 1. Hp 3par service processor software rebuild instructions qr, december 9 pages. Hp storageworks modular disk system user guide 51 pages. It contains administration-level information and some user configuration information for the Policy Server.
All rights reserved. Axeda is a registered trademark of Axeda Corporation. Confidential computer software. Valid license from HP required for possession, use or copying. Consistent with FAR After you have installed a new Policy Server, see the HP 3PAR Policy Server Administration Guide for information about starting the Policy Server components if you did not start them at the end of installationsetting up user security, configuring asset groups and policies, backing up and restoring the Policy Server database, and troubleshooting Tomcat.
Policy Server is a server-based application that resides on your network. For the Audit Log component, only the View privilege is available. For the Remote Sessions component, the two privileges are View and End. A command is typically a request to perform an action, such as uploading a file, setting the value of a data item, restarting the Agent, or executing a package.
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Page 8 sends a message to Policy Server requesting approval and a message to the Enterprise Server saying that it is requesting approval. When an Agent requests permission to perform an action, Policy Server sends an e-mail notification to the specified Policy Server user s. Once the Policy Server users are informed of a requested action;