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Removing, installing, or storing replaceable units on page 5. l Do not stack disks upon one another, or place them on hard surfaces. l Make sure that the replacement disk has the same part number or the part number of an approved replacement for the faulted disk. The part number (PN005xxxxxx) appears on the disk. A replacement disk should be the same type (example: SAS, FLASH) and have the same capacity (size and speed) as the disk it is replacing. l When removing a spinning disk, pull the disk partially out of the slot, then wait 30 seconds for the drive to spin down before removing it. l When installing multiple disks in a powered up system, wait at least 10 seconds before sliding the next disk into position. l Place disks on a soft, antistatic surface, such as an industry-standard antistatic foam pad or the container used to ship the disk. Summary of tasks for installing a DAE To add install a DAE you must complete the tasks below in the order in which they appear. This document provides instructions for completing each task. 1. Verify the contents of the shipping package. 2. Choose the space in the cabinet for the new DAE. 3. Open the console, if it covers the cabinet space where you want to install the new enclosure. 4. Remove the filler panels that cover the cabinet space for the new enclosure. 5. Install the rails for the new enclosure in the cabinet. 6. Install the enclosure on the rails. 7. If the new enclosure shipped without its disks installed, install the disks in the enclosure. 8. Install the front bezel on the new enclosure. 9. Close the console, if present. 10. Attach the expansion (back-end) cables to the new enclosure. 11. Attach the power cords to the new enclosure. Adding an optional 25-drive DAE Handling disks 7 Page 12 of 31
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12. Verify the operation of the new enclosure. Verifying shipping package contents Confirm that you received all necessary equipment needed to install the new 25-drive DAE. Verify that you received the following: Component Quantity Disk-array enclosure (25- drive DAE) Front view Rear view 1 Rail kit, including Snap-in rails (2) Screws (3 per rail) CL5583 1 Power cords 2 Bezel for disk-array enclosure (with key) 1 mini-SAS HD cables (either 1 meter or 2 meter copper) that connect disk-array enclosures to each other (1 meter cables) or to DPE (2 meter cables) 2 Customer Upgrade Procedure 8 Unity Family Customer Upgrade Procedure Page 13 of 31
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Choosing where to install the DAE Before installing the new DAE, you should determine the placement of the new enclosure within the rack. Procedure 1. We recommend that you install the DAE in the next available 2U space directly above the DPE or the last DAE in the system. Most cabinets mark 1U increments with horizontal lines or small holes in the channels. 2. Considering these recommendations, choose a 2U space in the cabinet for the DAE.
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