Dell M1000E BMX01 user manual

User manual for the device Dell M1000E BMX01

Device: Dell M1000E BMX01
Size: 10,23 MB
Date of adding : 2013-04-01 18:05:56
Number of pages: 99
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Dell PowerEdge M1000e Enclosure
Owner's Manual
Regulatory Model: BMX01

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Notes, Cautions, and Warnings NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your computer. CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem. WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death. Information in this publication is subject to change without notice. © 2012 Dell Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction of these materials in any manner whatsoever w

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Contents Notes, Cautions, and Warnings...................................................................................................2 1 About Your System......................................................................................................................7 System Overview......................................................................................................................................................7 System Control-Panel Features..........................

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Updating The iKVM Firmware..........................................................................................................................29 Tiering The Avocent iKVM Switch From A Digital KVM Switch.......................................................................29 Tiering The Avocent iKVM Switch From An Analog KVM Switch....................................................................29 Configuring The Analog Switch.............................................................

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Dell PowerConnect M6348 1 Gb Ethernet Switch I/O Module.........................................................................57 Dell PowerConnect M6220 Ethernet Switch I/O Module.................................................................................58 Dell PowerConnect M8024 10 Gb Ethernet Switch I/O Module.......................................................................59 Dell 8/4 Gbps FC SAN Module..............................................................................

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Enclosure Control Panel Assembly.........................................................................................................................87 Removing The Control Panel............................................................................................................................87 Installing The Control Panel.............................................................................................................................88 LCD Module.........................

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1 About Your System System Overview Your system can include up to 16 half-height blades (server modules), eight full-height blades, eight sleeves with quarter-height blades, or a mix of the three blade types. To function as a system, a blade or sleeve is inserted into an enclosure (chassis) that supports power supplies, fan modules, a Chassis Management Controller (CMC) module, and at least one I/O module for external network connectivity. The power supplies, fans, CMC, optional iKVM module,

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Figure 2. Blade Numbering – Full Height Blades Figure 3. Blade Numbering – Mixed Full-Height and Half-Height Blades 8

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Figure 4. Blade Numbering – Quarter Height Blades System Control-Panel Features Figure 5. Control-Panel Features 1. USB port (mouse only) 2. USB port (keyboard only) 3. video connector 9

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4. system power button 5. system power indicator Control Panel Description Features System power Turns the system on and off. Press to turn on the system. Press and hold 10 seconds to turn off button the system. NOTE: The system power button controls power to all of the blades and I/O modules in the enclosure. System power Icon indicator Indicators Off System does not have power. Green System power is on. USB ports for Icon keyboard and mouse Description Functional if an optional iKVM modul

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Figure 6. LCD Display 1. LCD screen 2. scroll buttons (4) 3. selection ("check") button LCD Module Features The primary function of the LCD module is to provide real-time information on the health and status of the modules in the enclosure. LCD module features include: • A deployment setup wizard that allows you to configure the CMC module’s network settings during initial system set up. • Menus to configure the iDRAC in each blade. • Status information screens for each blade. • Status informa

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Using The LCD Module Menus Key Action Left and right arrows Move between screens. Up or down arrow Move to the previous or next option on a screen. Center button Select and save an item and move to the next screen. Main Menu The Main Menu options include links to the LCD Setup Menu, Server Menu, and Enclosure Menu. LCD Setup Menu You can change the default language and start-up screen for the LCD menu screens using this menu. Server Menu From the Server Menu dialog box, you can highlight each b

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4. Configure the CMC network settings for your network environment: – Network speed – Duplex mode – Network mode (DHCP or static) – Static IP address, subnet mask, and gateway values (if static mode was selected) – DNS settings 5. If required, configure the iDRAC network settings. For more information about iDRAC, see the iDRAC User’s Guide at support.dell.com/manuals. NOTE: The configuration wizard automatically configures each blade’s iDRAC internal network interface if you do not choose to

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Figure 8. Back-Panel Module Bay Numbering Power Supply Indicators NOTE: The power supplies must be connected to a Power Distribution Unit (PDU), not directly to an electrical outlet. • The power supplies require a 100 V to 240 V power source. • A 2700 W power supply provides 1350 W input power, if connected to a 110 V AC power source (optional). Figure 9. Power Supply Indicators 14

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1. DC power output indicator 2. power supply fault indicator 3. AC power indicator The indicators provide the following information: Indicator Description DC power output indicator Icon Description Green indicates that the power supply is operational and providing DC power to the system. Power supply fault Icon indicator Description Amber indicates a problem with the power supply, which can result from either a failed power supply or a failed fan within the power supply. AC power source pres

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Indicator Description Fan power indicator Solid Green The fan is receiving DC power and working properly. Off The fan has failed. Fan fault indicator Amber The fan is in a fault condition. Avocent iKVM Analog Switch Module (Optional) • Local iKVM access can be remotely disabled on a per blade basis, using the blade’s iDRAC interface (access is enabled by default). NOTE: By default (enabled), a console session to a given blade is available for both the iDRAC interface and iKVM (users connected

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Figure 11. Avocent iKVM Switch Module 1. status/identification indicator 4. Analog Console Interface (ACI) port (for tiering connection only) 2. power indicator 5. activity indicator 3. link indicator 6. USB connectors (2) for keyboard and mouse CAUTION: Do not connect the ACI port to a LAN 7. video connector device such as a network hub. Doing so may result in equipment damage. Avocent Analog iKVM Switch Module Features And Indicators Module Feature Description Power indicator Off iKVM switc

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Module Feature Description Link indicator Off The ACI is not connected to the external switch. Green The ACI is connected to the external switch. Activity indicator Off Data is not being sent or received. Amber blinking Data is being sent or received. CMC Module Figure 12. CMC Module Features 1 Ethernet connector Gb1 2 Ethernet connector STK ("stack") - used for daisy- chaining CMCs in separate enclosures 3 link indicator 4 activity indicator 5 DB-9 serial connector for local configuration 6 opt

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– Monitors system power requirements and supports the optional Dynamic Power Supply Engagement (DPSE) mode. The DPSE mode improves power efficiency by allowing the CMC to dynamically place power supplies in standby mode, depending on the load and redundancy requirements. – Reports real-time power consumption, which includes logging high and low points with a time stamp. – Supports setting an optional enclosure Maximum Power Limit, which either alerts or takes actions, such as throttling serve

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Condition Description CMC reset Chassis management resumes after the CMC reboots or chassis fails over to the standby CMC. CMC failover command Chassis management resumes after the chassis fails over to the standby CMC. issued CMC firmware update Chassis management resumes after the CMC reboots or chassis fails over to the standby CMC. It is recommended that you update the standby CMC first so that there is only one failover event. For more information on updating the CMC firmware, see the CM


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