Devices compatible with OceanStor T Series V100R005 unified storage systems

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You can obtain devices (including hosts and storage systems) compatible with Huawei T series V100R005 unified storage systems in the compatibility list. Click the following link to obtain the compatibility list:
OceanStor Interoperability Navigator

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Method used to power on OceanStor T Series V100R005 unified storage
Method used to power on OceanStor T Series V100R005 storage systems: SAN storage system power-on procedure is as follows: switch on all the external power supplies > press the power button on any controller > power on Ethernet or Fibre Channel switches (applicable if the Ethernet or Fibre Channel switches are deployed but not powered on) > power on application servers (applicable if the application servers are not powered on). NAS storage system power-on procedure is as follows: switch on external power supplies > power on Ethernet switches > power on Fibre Channel switches > power on storage unit controller enclosures (SUCs) and storage unit disk enclosures (SUDs) by pressing either power button of the SUC > power on file engines by pressing the power button of file engine nodes in the cluster at an interval of one minute.

Whether the operating system is stored in coffer disks of the OceanStor T Series unified storage system
The operating system of the OceanStor T Series unified storage is installed on controllers, not coffer disks. Coffer disks store configuration data of the storage system, events, logs, and data in the cache when a power supply unit (PSU) fails. Remaining capacity of coffer disks can be used to store service data.

RAID levels supported by OceanStor T Series unified storage systems
OceanStor T Series V100R005 unified storage systems support RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 3, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10, and RAID 50.

Method used to power off OceanStor T Series V100R005 unified storage
Method used to power off OceanStor T Series V100R005 storage systems: SAN storage system power-off procedure is as follows: stop host services > power off the controller enclosure by holding down the power button for 5 seconds or on the OceanStor DeviceManager > disconnect the controller enclosure and disk enclosure from external power supplies. NAS storage system power-off procedure is as follows: stop host services > power off file engines > power off SUCs and SUDs by pressing either power button of the SUC > power off Fibre Channel switches > power off Ethernet switches > switch off external power supplies.

Networking of OceanStor T Series unified storage
For the networking of OceanStor T Series unified storage, see Storage Journal -Typical iSCSI Networks.

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