1 Introduction With the completely newly developed FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE Series, FUJITSU now offers a server infrastructure which consists of three server lines. Under the umbrella of this SE infrastructure, multiple application scenarios are possible in various combinations for both mainframe applications and applications of the open world.
Introduction The SE server offers the following advantages: – Cross-system administration with state-of-the-art, browser-based GUI (SE Manager) as a single point of operation – Joint system monitoring of all components – Uniform redundancy strategy – Joint service process – All options for consolidation through virtualization –...
Introduction Objective and target groups of this manual 1.1 Objective and target groups of this manual This Quick Guide is intended for people who operate an SE server: As administrator you manage the entire SE server with all its components and the ●...
For information on any functional changes or extensions to this manual, please refer to the product-specific Readme file. In addition to the product manuals, Readme files for each product are available to you online at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com. You will also find the Readme files on the Softbook DVD. Information under BS2000...
Introduction Notational conventions 1.3 Notational conventions The following notational conventions are used in this manual: This symbol indicates important information and tips which you should bear in mind. This symbol and the word CAUTION! precede warning information. In the interests of system and operating security you should always observe this information.
1.4 Names and abbreviations Because the names are used frequently, for the sake of simplicity and clarity the following abbreviations are employed: SE server for the FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE Series (Server Units /390 and x86) with ● the following models: SE300 for FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE300 (with SU300, optionally AUs) ●...
2 Architecture of the SE servers and networks 2.1 Hardware A FUJITSU Server BS2000 of the SE Series (SE server for short) consists of the following components: Management Unit (MU) with SE Manager ● One or two MUs with redundant SKP functionality can be installed.
Architecture of SE servers Architecture of the SE servers and networks 2.2 Architecture of SE servers SE Server Redundant Management Unit (MU) with SE Manager Management Unit (MU) with SE Manager Server Unit /390 Server Unit x86 Application Peripherals (SU /390) (SU x86) Unit (AU) VM2000...
Architecture of the SE servers and networks Networks 2.3 Networks The Net Unit implements the connection of the units to the networks of the SE server and to customer networks. In addition, private networks are available for internal communication in the SE server. The following logical networks are supported: –...
Networks Architecture of the SE servers and networks Bild 2: Block diagram of the Net Unit The networks are protected, i.e. the use of different networks means that components of one network cannot influence the components of another network. The services for the various networks DANPU<xx>, MANPU, MONPU, DANPR<xx> and MONPR<xx>...
Architecture of the SE servers and networks Operating the SE Manager 2.4 Operating the SE Manager 2.4.1 Calling the SE Manager Enter the address of the SE server in the address bar of the browser. Ê If the browser now displays a warning about the security certificate, click Continue to this website.
Operating the SE Manager Architecture of the SE servers and networks 184.108.40.206 Logging in Access to the SE Manager is protected. You must log in with your account and the associated password. Exception: You can call the SE Manager help even if you are not logged in. Enter your account in the login window.
Architecture of the SE servers and networks Operating the SE Manager 220.127.116.11 Logging out Logging out explicitly In the header area of the SE Manager main window click Log out to terminate the Ê session. See section “Main window” on page The login window opens.
Operating the SE Manager Architecture of the SE servers and networks Main window: a window which is always visible between logging in and logging out on ● the SE Manager; it contains the navigation elements and the workarea in which information is output and actions are initiated.
Architecture of the SE servers and networks Operating the SE Manager 1: Tree structure Main menus for selecting objects which are displayed in the working area 2: Tabs Tabs for selecting objects which are displayed in the working area. The update icon (rotating wheel) is displayed on the right-hand edge while the data is being updated automatically.
Operating the SE Manager Architecture of the SE servers and networks SE Manager: elements of the main window Active main menu of the tree structure Active tab Update icon to manually update the displayed information. This icon is displayed when the automatic update is suspended.
Architecture of the SE servers and networks Operating the SE Manager 18.104.22.168 Terminal window BS2000 console window, BS2000 dialog box, SVP console window, and shell terminal (CLI) are opened in a separate terminal window after they are called in the SE Manager. Subsequently the terminal window remains open irrespective of the SE Manager's session.
Operating the SE Manager Architecture of the SE servers and networks 22.214.171.124 Calling an object or function in the SE Manager Proceed as follows to call a function area in the SE Manager: Select an object or function in the primary navigation by clicking it. Ê...
Architecture of the SE servers and networks Operating the SE Manager A main menu expands in the following cases: When you click the main menu again. ● When you click a link in another main menu. ● 126.96.36.199 Authorizations The scope and thus the visibility of the functions depends on the role which is assigned to your account.
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3 Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown This chapter describes a simple way to power on the Management Unit, to power on other units of the SE server with the SE Manager, and to start up the BS2000 operating system. Descriptions of how to shut down BS2000 and to power off the units of the SE server are also provided.
Powering on the Management Unit remotely Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown The login window opens in the work area: Enter admin (or another administrator account) as the iRMC account. Ê Enter the current password of the specified account. Ê When the SE server is supplied, the default account admin is configured for the administrator on the iRMC of the MU.
Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Powering on the Management Unit remotely In the Video Redirection content area click Start Video Redirection (Java Web Start). Ê If the browser now displays a warning about the security certificate, click Continue to this website. A window opens to display the console.
Powering on the Management Unit via the local console Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown 3.2 Powering on the Management Unit via the local console This section describes how you power on the Management Unit at the local console. You are on the server rack of the SE server. Open the server rack.
Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Powering on Server Units and other units 3.3 Powering on Server Units and other units Call the SE Manager and log in, see Abschnitt „Calling the SE Manager“ auf Seite You manage the units of the SE server using the menu Hardware → Server (SE<model>). When you expand this menu, all the existing units are listed.
Starting up BS2000 (SU /390) Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Powering on further units For BS2000 operation on an SU /390m the following units should also be powered on: In the case of MU redundancy the second MU should also be powered on. Only in this ●...
Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Starting up BS2000 (SU /390) The SVP console window opens. Press the Enter key. The MODE SELECTION FRAME appears. Ê If the SVP has already been worked with, the last frame used will appear. You reach the MODE SELECTION FRAME by entering in the entry line.
Starting up BS2000 (SU /390) Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown You can operate the SVP console in the familiar manner using the keyboard. A virtual keyboard is also available to you for making entries on the SVP console. (Click the keyboard icon at the top right to open the virtual keyboard. Clicking the icon again closes the keyboard.) Enter the alphanumeric characters shown in the frame in the input fields marked by an arrow (=>).
Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Starting up BS2000 (SU /390) To load BS2000, enter and press the Enter key. The PROGRAM Ê FUNCTION ==> ld LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-1 frame will appear. You can start execution of IPL with the entries in this frame. The frame shows, among other things, the (current and preset) load device (also called IPL or boot load device) of BS2000.
Starting up BS2000 (SU /390) Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Please monitor the further procedure on the BS2000 console. Take note of the console Ê messages and answer the question messages. As a large number of messages are output one after the other, question messages can also quickly “disappear”.
Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Starting up BS2000 (SU x86) 3.5 Starting up BS2000 (SU x86) BS2000 is started up on a Server Unit x86 in the KVP menu of the BS2000 console. Some important SVP functions, for instance for IPL, are also available directly on the SE Manager, see the "Operation and Administration"...
Starting up BS2000 (SU x86) Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Main KVP Function Menu ========================================================================== 0 - Exit 1 - Permit input (on) 2 - Inhibit input (off) 3 - Change password 4 - View last messages 5 - Show logging files 6 - SVP commands 7 - Programmable function keys 8 - Help...
Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Starting up BS2000 (SU x86) The menu shows, among other things, the (current and preset) load device (also called IPL or boot load device) of BS2000. As the Server Unit was rebooted, the IPL load device from the auto IPL configuration is set.
Opening and terminating BS2000 dialog Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown 3.6 Opening and terminating BS2000 dialog You perform administration tasks in the BS2000 system in a dialog task. To start a dialog task you require a dialog window in which you can log into the BS2000 system. You can log in on the BS2000 system as soon as BS2000’s data communication system has started.
Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Opening and terminating BS2000 dialog Terminating a BS2000 dialog and closing the dialog window Proceed as follows to close the dialog window: Terminate your dialog task using the /EXIT-JOB command (or /LOGOFF). Ê BS2000 terminates your task and the connection to BS2000 is cleared. Respond to the request PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE by pressing the Enter key.
Shutting down BS2000 via the BS2000 console Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown 3.7 Shutting down BS2000 via the BS2000 console This section describes how you shut down BS20000. In the SE Manager, select Systems, Overview tab. Ê The system overview lists all the systems which exist on the SE server. BS2000 systems are either of the type Native BS2000 or of the type VM2000.
Power-on, starting up BS2000, shutdown Powering off Server Units and other units 3.8 Powering off Server Units and other units You manage the units of the SE server using the menu Hardware → Server (SE<model>). When you expand this menu, all the existing units are listed. Select Hardware and click Server (SE<model>).
M2000/X2000 using the HTML application "System messages" (online at or on the "BS2000 SoftBooks" DVD). http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com In BS2000 you can only inquire the message text, meaning and response text for a message code with the HELP-MSG-INFORMATION command only if the message is stored in a BS2000 message file.
4 Setting the system time or configuring the NTP The Management Units are available as NTP servers for all units of the server via the internal LAN. SU x86 and HNC are preconfigured with respect to NTP; AU configuration must be performed as required by the administrator responsible. To ensure high time accuracy, you can also configure automatic time leveling with a so- called NTP server, e.g.
Setting the system time or configuring the NTP Select Hardware → Server (SE<model>) → <unit>(MU) → Management, System time tab: Ê The System time tab displays the NTP servers which are entered for automatic time synchronization and the local time of the MU. Adding or removing an NTP server To add an NTP server, click Add NTP server in the Time synchronization with NTP server Ê...
In M2000 V6.1 and higher, AUs are also supported on the basis of PRIMEQUEST. When the AU is supported as an appliance delivery on the basis of Oracle VM Server from FUJITSU, it is displayed as a Database Unit with the short name DBU87. Otherwise the short name is displayed.
Powering the Application Unit on and off via the iRMC Application Units In the navigation select Power Management → Power ON/OFF. Ê In the Power Control group activate the option you require (Graceful Reset (Reboot) is Ê selected in the example). Click Apply.
Application Units Embedding an application or link in the SE Manager In M2000 V6.1 and higher, AUs are also supported on the basis of PRIMEQUEST. AU87 or DBU87 is displayed as the short name. In the case of an AU87 or DBU87, you operate the individual partitions of the AU via a Management Board.
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Related publications You will find the manuals on the internet at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com. You can order printed versions of manuals which are displayed with the order number. In addition to this Quick Guide, the documentation for the SE servers consists of the SE700 / SE500 / SE300 Operating Manual (comprising several modules) and the User Guides “Operation and Administration”...
Related publications FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE700 / SE500 / SE300 Quick Guide A additional documentation is available for the SE servers. As the BS2000 OSD/XC software package comprises the BS2000 OSD/BC operating system and additional system-related software products, the documentation for BS2000 OSD/XC consists of the...
Index abbreviations load device 33, account logging in on the SE Manager ACL (Access Control List) login window Application Unit AU (Application Unit) main window AU87 Management Administration Network Public (MANPU) boot load device 33, Management Board BS2000 console, messages Management Control Network Local BS2000 server (MCNLO)
Index online help time setting password unit powering off, unit powering off powering on, unit powering on user-defined link user-defined management application Readme file welcome page SE Manager S server window type SE Manager authorizations calling function calling object interface logging in navigation online help...