RH8100 V3 overview

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The HUAWEI RH8100 V3 server is a general-purpose 8-socket rack server developed for Internet, Internet data centers (IDCs), cloud computing, enterprise, and telecom service applications.

The RH8100 V3 features high-performance computing (HPC), large memory capacity, and high scalability and reliability. It is easy to deploy and manage. The server is ideal for applications, including HPC, in-memory databases, virtualization, basic enterprise applications, and telecom services.

The RH8100 V3 can operate in single-system or dual-system mode.
? In single-system mode, the RH8100 V3 operates as a whole system and supports four or eight processors.
? In dual-system mode, the RH8100 V3 uses the Huawei FusionPar technology to implement the hard partitioning function. In dual-system mode, the RH8100 V3 operates as two independent systems, which are named systems A and B or partitions A and B. Each system or partition supports a maximum of four CPUs.

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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.

Whether the HFCs are hot-swappable
The HFCs of the RH8100 V3 do not support hot swap. Forcible removal will result in server power-off. Power off the server before replacing an HFC. For details, see 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_100029.html?ft=0&id=server_poweroff_5.

Default IP address, user name, and password of RH8100 V3 BMC
The default IP address and subnet mask of the RH8100 V3 HFC (iBMC) are as follows: ? The default IP address of the active HFC (HFC2) is 192.168.2.100. ? The default IP address of the standby HFC (HFC1) is 192.168.2.101. The management network port of the standby HFC (HFC1) is unavailable not matter in single-system or dual-system mode. You need to access the iBMC WebUI through the management network port of the active HFC (HFC2). The default user name and password of the iBMC are as follows: Default user name: root Default password: Huawei12#$

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