Tips for Powering Off HUAWEI T Series Storage Systems Highlighted

Latest reply: Oct 23, 2014 19:52:02 2606 3 0 0

Context: X (a company) has to power off all its devices on Friday after work due to power maintenance in the industrial park. As an equipment room administrator of X, Mr. W seems to have a weight on his mind. Why? Because his company recently bought several HUAWEI T series (V1R5) storage systems to store critical data but he is not quite familiar with the power-off method. What is he supposed to do?

Luckily for him, we have Storage Journal: Tips for Powering On and Off Storage Systems. Check it out!

 

 

Mr. V Tells You How to Power On and Off Storage Systems describes power-on and -off methods easy to memorize and provides you with detailed pictures in case of any confusion. 

[Power-off sequence for TV1]

Host services > storage systems > power supplies

[Power-off picture for TV1]

[Power-on sequence for TV1]

Power supplies > storage systems > switches > servers

[Power-on picture for TV1]

 

[Power-off sequence for TV2&18000 V1]  

  1. On the navigation bar of the DeviceManager, click Tips for Powering Off HUAWEI T Series Storage Systems-1235627-5.
  2. In the function pane, click Power Off Device in the Task area.

    The Danger dialog box is displayed.

  3. Read the content of the dialog box carefully and select I have read the previous information and understood subsequences of the operation. to confirm the information.
  4. Click OK.

    The Success dialog box is displayed indicating the success of powering off the storage device.

  5. Click OK and you have finished powering off the storage device.

[Power-on sequence for TV2&18000 V1]  

  1. Check that all of the power cables have snapped into place.
  2. Check the labels on the power cables and identify the power switches corresponding to those cables in the power distribution unit (PDU).
  3. Sequentially switch on the identified power switches.
  4. Press the power button of controller module.

     NOTE:
    • During the power-on, the power indicator of the controller enclosure blinks until the storage device is fully powered on in five to ten minutes.
    • The S2600T has one power button only. For other storage systems, they have two power buttons. You can power on a storage system by pressing one power button.
    • For a four-controller storage system, power on controller enclosure 0 and then controller enclosure 1 immediately.


[Power-off sequence for V3R1&R2&R3]  
  1. On the navigation bar of the DeviceManager, click Tips for Powering Off HUAWEI T Series Storage Systems-1235627-6 or Tips for Powering Off HUAWEI T Series Storage Systems-1235627-7.
  2. In the function pane, click Power Off Device in the Task area.

    The Danger dialog box is displayed.

  3. Read the content of the dialog box carefully and select I have read the previous information and understood subsequences of the operation. to confirm the information.
  4. Click OK.

    The Success dialog box is displayed indicating the success of powering off the storage device.

  5. Click OK and you have finished powering off the storage device.
  1. Check that all of the power cables have snapped into place.
  2. Check the labels on the power cables and identify the power switches corresponding to those cables in the power distribution unit (PDU).
  3. Sequentially switch on the identified power switches.
  4. Press the power button of controller enclosure.

     NOTE:

    During the power-on, the power indicator of the controller enclosure blinks until the storage device is fully powered on in five to ten minutes.


After several tries, Mr. W finally completes the power-off mission. However, his challenges are way far from over. What is waiting for him? Can O-man provide the inspiration and courage for Mr. W, help him climb up the social ladder, guide him to achieve what he ever dreams of, and even guarantee him to live happily ever after? Who knows? Let's wait and see.

We will keep you updated in the next-issue Storage Journal: Tips for Bonding Storage Ports.

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Mr.V
Official Created Apr 24, 2014 08:36:34 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

We will keep you updated in the next-issue Storage Journal: Tips for Bonding Storage Ports.

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Storage_March
Created Apr 28, 2014 06:21:26 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

well done it's useful
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sflovestar007
Created Oct 23, 2014 19:52:02 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Very Good !It is very useful for maintenance engineers etc.
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