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Field Replaceable Units 54 Data Domain DD6300, DD6800, and DD9300 Field Replacement Unit Guide Page 59 of 80
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2. Rotate the latch handle downward to fully seat and secure the 2.5" disk drive into its slot. 3. Align the tabs on the 2.5" disk drive cover with the slots in the chassis. 4. Push the 2.5" disk drive cover into place. Verify the replacement 2.5" drive Procedure 1. The system reports the state of a replacement 2.5" drive depending on the history of the drive. Enter the disk show state command to display the state of all drives. This command checks that the replacement drive is recognized by the Data Domain system. In the command display, the disk state should be spare or reconstructing. # disk show state Enclosure Disk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 --------- ---------------------------------------------- 1 s . . . . . . R --------- ---------------------------------------------- Legend State Count ------ ------------- ----- . In Use Disks 6 s Spare Disks 1 R Spare (reconstructing) Disks 1 ------ ------------- ----- Total 8 disks Disk Disks Progress Remaining Group Reconstructing (%) (minutes) ----- -------------- -------- --------- dg0 1.14 4 15 ----- -------------- -------- --------- 2. A replacement drive that is inserted into the system is recognized as a failed disk drive and is noted as failed when first installed. An auto-spare process should change the status to spare in a few minutes. An amber LED should turn off after an SSD has been replaced. 3. If the SSD shows as failed, enter the disk unfail command with the correct disk-id). # disk unfail 1.14 Field Replaceable Units Verify the replacement 2.5" drive 55 Page 60 of 80
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The 'disk unfail' command will add the disk to the head unit and mark it as a spare. Any existing data on this disk will be lost. Are you sure? (yes|no|?) [no]: yes ok, proceeding. 4. Enter the disk show state command to make sure all the disks are in good state. Note When the amber fault light has turned off, all the disk are in good state. 3.5" disk drives This section describes how to remove and replace 3.5" disk drives. The drive slot/locations are marked on the chassis 0-11, but the DD OS software still references the slots as 1-12. It is important to identify the proper drive between the location called out in the FRU, and the location as specified in the software. Identifying a failed disk drive When a 3.5" drive fails, the system service LED and the drive service LED will illuminate amber. 1. System service LED 2. Drive activity/service LED The following table shows the slot numbering of the front-mounted disk drives. Slot 0 (Disk 1) Slot 1 (Disk 2) Slot 2 (Disk 3) Slot 3 (Disk 4) Slot 4 (Disk 5) Slot 5 (Disk 6) Slot 6 (Disk 7) Slot 7 (Disk 8) Slot 8 (Disk 9) Slot 9 (Disk 10) Slot 10 (Disk 11) Slot 11 (Disk 12) Procedure 1. Use the disk show state command to display the status of all disk drives. # disk show state 2. Locate the failed disk in the system. A steady amber LED light on a disk drive indicates that the disk has faulted. Field Replaceable Units 56 Data Domain DD6300, DD6800, and DD9300 Field Replacement Unit Guide Page 61 of 80
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Removing a 3.5" disk drive Procedure 1. Attach an ESD wristband to your wrist and the enclosure.
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