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Module 10 PS M4110 Components. <Place supporting graphic here>. Module Objectives:. Describe the indicators on the front panel of the PS-4110 array Demonstrate how to replace a Disk Drive, Control Module or Micro SD card Describe what an SED drive is and its benefits are. Configuration.

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Module 10 ps m4110 components

Module 10

PS M4110 Components

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Module objectives

Module Objectives:

  • Describe the indicators on the front panel of the PS-4110 array

  • Demonstrate how to replace a Disk Drive, Control Module or Micro SD card

  • Describe what an SED drive is and its benefits are.


Configuration

Configuration


Ps m4110 front view

PS M4110 Front View

Top Release Handle

  • Power LED

  • Blue – Good

  • Amber - Fault

Drive LEDS

Serial Ports

Bottom Release Handle


M4110 top view

M4110 Top View

  • Dual, hot-pluggable 10GbE controllers

  • 4GB of memory per controller, Cache to Flash Design

  • 1 x dedicated 10/100 management port – accessible via CMC

  • 14x 2.5” 6Gb/s SAS disk drives

Front

Back

Controller status LEDS

2.5” SAS Disks

Controllers


Controller module

Controller Module

  • Active LED:

  • Green = active

  • Amber = secondary

Power LED

microSD card access


Ps m4110 controller

PS M4110 Controller

  • Type 13 Controller comprised of multiple boards:

    • Controller Module (Host and SAS cards combined as single unit)

    • FIOM (Fixed I/O Module, connects to chassis infrastructure)

    • Equallogic firmware with iDRAC emulation

    • 4GB Memory

    • Cache to Flash based memory backup


Ps m4110xs auto tiering within an array

PS-M4110XS – Auto-tiering within an array

SSD Speed & HDD Capacity

  • Enables the performance of SSD with capacity of HDDs

  • Mixture of SSD and spinning media within one array /member

  • Automated data tiering within a member. Hot data placed on SSD

  • 5 x 400GB SSD + 9 x 600GB 10K SAS HDD

  • 7.4 TB capacity

  • Automated data tiering within a member

  • Optimizes Hot & Cold data placement


Ps m4110 component replacement

PS-M4110ComponentReplacement


Identify drives

Identify Drives

  • Drive Numbering

Top view

0

13

Front


Identify failed drive

Identify Failed Drive

  • Locate the failed drive


Replace a drive

Replace a Drive

  • Remove the Bad Drive: Press the drive release button.

  • Fully open the drive release latch.

  • Remove the drive by the grabbing the drive sides.

  • Install the new drive: lift the drive release latch to its fully open position

  • Hold the drive by its carrier and insert the drive into an empty slot

  • When the drive is fully inserted as far as it can go, rotate the drive release latch to its fully closed position.

  • Push down on the latch until you hear and feel a click

3


Identify type 13 control modules

Identify Type 13 Control Modules

Top view

CM 0

Front

CM 1


Replace a control module

Replace a Control Module

  • Remove the Control Module: Pressthe control module release button.

  • Fully open the control module release latch.

  • Remove the control module by the grabbing the sides.

  • Install the Control Module: Lift the control module release latch to its fully open position

  • Hold the control module by its carrier and insert it into the slot

  • When the control module is fully inserted as far as it can go push down on the latch until it clicks

3


Microsd card replacement procedure

MicroSD Card Replacement Procedure

  • Remove the control module from the array.

  • Remove the SD card from the control module.

    • Push the microSD card in its slot to release the spring mechanism. The microSD card will be partially ejected from the housing.

    • Gently pull the card straight out of the slot

  • Install the replacement SD card in the control module.

    • Align the microSD card so the arrow on the card points towards the microSD card slot in the control module

    • When correctly positioned, the notch on the card will correspond to the slot.

    • Firmly press the card into the slot until it clicks into place

  • Insert the control module into the array.


Self encrypting disks sed

Self-Encrypting Disks(SED)


Self encrypting disks

Self Encrypting Disks

  • To identify a self encrypting disk a lock symbol will be on the label.

  • SED drive model mixing is not supported.

Non-SED Label

SED Label


Sed disks

SED Disks

  • To determine if all disks installed are SED

    • Login to the group

    • Select the member

    • Issue a “show” command


Self encrypting disks seds states

Self-EncryptingDisks (SEDs) States

  • Unsecure – Encryption is not active on this disk. When shipped from the factory, drives are unsecured.

  • Secure/Online – Encryption is active. Disk has been unlocked. When more than half the drives are present, they are secure and online.

  • Secure/Offline – Encryption is active. Disk is locked. When powered off, failed, or stolen, drives are encrypted and locked so that data is not accessible.


Self encrypting disks sed1

Self-Encrypting Disks (SED)

  • Encryption keys used to secure data on the disk

  • Military-grade in real time

  • Dell Equallogic uses AutoSED

    • Works at the array level

      • Administrator should ensure all members in group are deployed with SED

    • SEDs operate in an automatic fashion

    • If a drive is removed from a SED array its data is immediately locked


Sed drives in gui

SED drives in GUI


Module 10 ps m4110 components

Backup encryption keys


Equallogic ps m4110 configurations

EqualLogic PS-M4110 Configurations


Ps m4110

PS M4110

  • Up to four PS-M4110 array’s can be installed in one M1000e chassis

  • The PS-M4110 is limited to 2 PS-M4110 arrays per group

  • If there are four PS-M4110s in a chassis there will be at least two groups


Module summary

Module Summary

  • Now that you have completed this module you should be able to:

    • Describe the indicators on the front panel of the PS-4110 array

    • Demonstrate how to replace a Disk Drive, Control Module or Micro SD card

    • Describe what an SED drive is and its benefits are.


Questions

Questions?


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