IDs for hot-swap hard disk drives Адаптер thinkserver Lenovo Tower Server - TD100 (ThinkServer) - Type 4205

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c.

   

Gently

 

slide

 

the

 

drive

 

assembly

 

into

 

the

 

drive

 

bay

 

3

 

until

 

the

 

drive

 

stops.

 

d.

   

Push

 

the

 

drive

 

tray

 

handle

 

to

 

the

 

closed

 

(locked)

 

position.

 

e.

   

Check

 

the

 

hard

 

disk

 

drive

 

status

 

indicator

 

to

 

make

 

sure

 

that

 

the

 

hard

 

disk

 

drive

 

is

 

operating

 

correctly.

 

(You

 

might

 

have

 

to

 

restart

 

the

 

server

 

before

 

the

 

drive

 

is

 

recognized.)

 

If

 

the

 

amber

 

hard

 

disk

 

drive

 

status

 

LED

 

for

 

a

 

drive

 

is

 

lit

 

continuously,

 

it

 

indicates

 

that

 

the

 

drive

 

is

 

faulty

 

and

 

must

 

be

 

replaced.

 

If

 

the

 

amber

 

hard

 

disk

 

drive

 

status

 

LED

 

for

 

a

 

drive

 

is

 

flashing

 

slowly,

 

this

 

indicates

 

that

 

the

 

drive

 

is

 

being

 

rebuilt.

 

If

 

the

 

amber

 

hard

 

disk

 

drive

 

status

 

LED

 

for

 

a

 

drive

 

is

 

flashing

 

rapidly,

 

this

 

indicates

 

that

 

the

 

controller

 

is

 

identifying

 

the

 

drive.

 

If

 

the

 

green

 

hard

 

disk

 

drive

 

activity

 

LED

 

is

 

flashing,

 

it

 

indicates

 

that

 

the

 

drive

 

is

 

in

 

use.

 

Note:

 

If

 

the

 

server

 

is

 

configured

 

for

 

RAID

 

operation

 

using

 

an

 

optional

 

ServeRAID

 

adapter,

 

you

 

might

 

have

 

to

 

reconfigure

 

your

 

disk

 

arrays

 

after

 

installing

 

hard

 

disk

 

drives.

 

See

 

the

 

ServeRAID

 

documentation

 

on

 

the

 

IBM

 

ServeRAID

 

Support

 

CD

 

for

 

additional

 

information

 

about

 

RAID

 

operation.

6.

   

If

 

you

 

are

 

installing

 

additional

 

hot-swap

 

hard

 

disk

 

drives,

 

do

 

so

 

now.

 

If

 

you

 

have

 

other

 

options

 

to

 

install

 

or

 

remove,

 

do

 

so

 

now;

 

otherwise

 

go

 

to

 

“Completing

 

the

 

installation”

 

on

 

page

 

55.

 

IDs

 

for

 

hot-swap

 

hard

 

disk

 

drives

 

Hot-swap

 

server

 

models

 

have

 

drive

 

bays

 

that

 

are

 

connected

 

to

 

a

 

SAS/SATA

 

backplane.

 

This

 

backplane,

 

also

 

known

 

as

 

the

 

hot-swap-drive

 

backplane,

 

is

 

the

 

printed

 

circuit

 

board

 

behind

 

these

 

bays.

 

The

 

hot-swap-drive

 

backplane

 

controls

 

the

 

IDs

 

for

 

the

 

internal

 

hot-swap

 

drive

 

bays.

 

The

 

following

 

table

 

lists

 

the

 

IDs

 

for

 

the

 

hard

 

disk

 

drives

 

and

 

backplane

 

that

 

are

 

connected

 

to

 

hot-swap

 

models.

 

 

Device

 

ID

 

Drive

 

bay

 

4

 

0

 

Drive

 

bay

 

5

 

1

 

Drive

 

bay

 

6

 

2

 

Drive

 

bay

 

7

 

3

 

Drive

 

bay

 

8

 

4

 

Drive

 

bay

 

9

 

5

 

Drive

 

bay

 

10

 

6

 

 

Chapter

 

2.

 

Installing

 

optional

 

devices

 

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