CH121 V3 health indicator

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The health indicator statuses of the CH121 V3 in the E9000 are described as follows:
? Off: The compute node is powered off.
? Steady green: The compute node hardware is operating properly.
? Blinking red at 1 Hz: The compute node has a major alarm.
? Blinking red at 5 Hz: The compute node has a critical alarm or is not fully inserted.

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RH2288 V3 health indicator
RH1288 V3, RH2288 V3, RH2288H V3 health indicator status description: ? Steady green: The server is operating properly. ? Blinking red at 1 Hz: A major alarm is generated. ? Blinking red at 5 Hz: A critical alarm is generated.

RH2288H V2 health indicator
V2 rack server health indicator status description: ? Steady green: The server is operating properly. ? Blinking red at 2 Hz: A major alarm is generated. ? Blinking red at 4 Hz: A critical alarm is generated.

Powering on an E9000
Power on an E9000 server as follows: ? If the E9000 chassis is not powered on, connect the power cables to the mains supply. The blades, switch modules, and management modules will be powered on with the chassis. ? If the chassis is powered on but the blades, switch modules, and management modules are not installed, install the modules. These modules will be automatically powered on after being installed. ? In routine maintenance, power on or off the blades or switch modules on the MM910 Web interface. For details, see http://support.huawei.com/ehedex/pages/DOC1000053358YEF0907R/08/DOC1000053358YEF0907R/08/resources/en/osca/smma_help_r2/it_osca_smma_900020.html.

BIOS password complexity
The server BIOS password must meet the following complexity requirements: ? Contain 8 to 16 characters ? Contain at least a space or one of the following special characters: `~!@#$%^&*()-_=+\|[{}];:'",<.>/? ? Contain at least two types of the following characters: ? Uppercase letters A to Z ? Lowercase letters a to z ? Digits 0 to 9 ? Cannot be duplicate with the last five passwords that were recently used.

Installing OS on a server
Use the Huawei Server Compatibility Checker (http://support.huawei.com/onlinetoolsweb/ftca/en) to check the OS supported by the server. For details about the OS installation methods (using ServiceCD, DVD-ROM drive, image, and PXE), see OS Installation Guide. For details about the OS installation cases (including centOS, Citrix, Debian, Fedora, FreeBSD, Kylin, Oracle Linux, RedFlag, RedHat, Rocky, Solaris, SUSE, Ubuntu, VMware ESXi, and Windows), see http://support.huawei.com/huaweiconnect/enterprise/thread-286397.html.

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