CH222 V3

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The CH222 V3 storage expansion compute node (CH222 V3 for short) is a full-width compute node that uses Intel? new-generation Grantley CPUs. It provides powerful computing capability and large storage space. It supports a maximum of fifteen 2.5-inch hard disks. The CH222 V3 supports hot swap of hard disks and remote power-on and power-off control on a single hard disk.

CH222 V3 compute nodes are installed in an E9000 chassis and centrally managed by the MM910 management module (MM).

The CH222 V3 is ideal for massive data analysis and processing applications that require both large storage capacity and high computing performance, such as videos, search engines, and biological sciences.

Other related questions:
Powering off an E9000
Power off an E9000 as follows: 1. Power off the blades or switch modules in an E9000 chassis using 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. 2. Disconnect the E9000 power cable from the mains supply.

Difference between the RH5885 V2, RH5885 V3, and RH5885H V3
Visit http://support.huawei.com/huaweiconnect/enterprise/thread-230857.html.

E5 2600 v3
Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 CPUs adopt the Haswell-EP architecture. Huawei V3 servers, such as RH2288 V3, RH2288H V3, and RH1288 V3, support Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 CPUs.

RH8100 V3 I/O module
The RH8100 V3 provides front and rear I/O modules. Front I/O modules include FM-A, FM-B, and FM-C. For their appearances, visit http://support.huawei.com/ehedex/pages/DOC1000010818YEE0409N/18/DOC1000010818YEE0409N/18/resources/en/out/rh8100_V3_user_guide_en/SemiXML%28rh8100_v3_inst_semi%29/rh8100_v3/inst/it_rh8100_v3_100007_FM.html. ? FM-A houses hard disks and RAID controller cards, and provides a maximum of six standard PCIe slots (PCIe riser modules are required). The slots support PCIe SSD cards and GPUs and do not support standard PCIe cards (such as NICs, IB cards, and HBAs) with external cables. ? FM-B and FM-C house hard disks and RAID controller cards, and do not provide standard PCIe slots. Rear I/O modules provide four slots for hot-swappable PCIe cards and six slots for non-hot-swappable PCIe cards.

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