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Hitachi Compute Blade 2000 /
Hitachi Compute Blade 320
Emulex Fibre Channel Adapter
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  • Page 1 Hitachi Compute Blade 2000 / Hitachi Compute Blade 320 Emulex Fibre Channel Adapter Instruction Manual INKS Getting Help Contents MK-99COM028-03...
  • Page 2 Hitachi, Ltd. Hitachi, Ltd., reserves the right to make changes to this document at any time without notice and assumes no responsibility for its use. This document contains the most current information available at the time of publication.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ....................v   Nomenclature of This Manual ................vi   Getting Help ....................... xi   Comments ......................xi   Before Use ................... 1-1   Matters to Be Confirmed ..................1-2   Overview of the Product ................ 2-1   Features ......................
  • Page 4 Utility ....................6-1   Windows Server 2003 R2/Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008 R2 Environment ....................6-2   Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2012 R2 Environment ......6-14   Red Hat Enterprise Linux Environment ............. 6-24   Supplementary Notes on Fibre Channel Adapter Function ......7-1  ...
  • Page 5: Preface

    Preface Thank you very much for purchasing the Hitachi Compute blade. This manual describes operation methods, restrictions, and other information of the Emulex 8Gb Fibre Channel card This preface includes the following information: Nomenclature of This Manual Getting Help Comments...
  • Page 6: Nomenclature Of This Manual

    Nomenclature of This Manual □ Marks The marks shown below are used in this manual: This mark indicates that there are potential hazards that may cause death or serious WARNING injuries. This mark indicates that there are potential dangers that may cause mild-to- CAUTION moderate injuries.
  • Page 7 Short Names of Operating Systems (OSs) This manual uses the following shorter names of OSs. The Service Pack is abbreviated as SP. Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2, Standard Edition (Hereinafter referred to as Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit) or Windows Server 2003 (32-bit).) Microsoft®...
  • Page 8 Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) 5.7 (x86) (Hereinafter referred to as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.7(x86)) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) 5.7 (AMD/Intel64) (Hereinafter referred to as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.7(AMD/Intel64)) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) 5.9 (x86) (Hereinafter referred to as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.9(x86)) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) 5.9 (AMD/Intel64) (Hereinafter referred to as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.9(AMD/Intel64)) Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux(R) Server 6.2(32-bit x86)
  • Page 9 The short OS names are used to indicate target OSs as shown below. OS name Target OS ・Windows Server 2012 Standard Windows Server 2012 ・Windows Server 2012 Datacenter ・Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Windows Server 2012 R2 ・Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter ・Windows Server 2008 Standard 32-bit Windows Server 2008 ・Windows Server 2008 Enterprise 32-bit...
  • Page 10 □ Short name of Fibre Channel Adapter This manual uses the short name contracted from the model name of the Fibre Channel Adapter. Name: Fibre Channel Adapter, Model names: "GV-CC2N8G3X1-Y", "GV-CC2N8G3R1-Y" and "GVX-CC2N8G3X1[BX]" (Hereinafter referred to as CC2N8G3X1.) Name: Fibre Channel Adapter, Model names: "GV-CC2D8G3X1-Y" and "GVX-CC2D8G3X1[EX]" (This model is for the IO Expansion slot Unit of Compute Blade 2000.
  • Page 11: Getting Help

    Getting Help The Hitachi Data Systems customer support staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you need technical support, log on to the Hitachi Data Systems Portal for contact information: https://portal.hds.com Comments Please send us your comments on this document: doc.comments@hds.com.
  • Page 13: Before Use

    Before Use This chapter provides the information you have to know before connecting and setting this adapter. Matters to Be Confirmed Before Use...
  • Page 14: Matters To Be Confirmed

    Matters to Be Confirmed Confirm the following matters before use. If you find any problem, please contact your sales representative. Is it the model or type you ordered? Are there any parts damaged during shipping? Are all the accessories of the Accessorily List included in the package? If the additional information is attached as the separated sheet, please read it carefully.
  • Page 15: Overview Of The Product

    Overview of the Product This chapter provides the overview of the product. Features Supported OSs Overview of the Product...
  • Page 16: Features

    PCIe slot) of the system unit or mounted on the server module. This adapter has the following feature: System Model names Number of ports Compute Blade 2000 CC2N8G3X1 CC2D8G3X1 CC2M8G3X1 Compute Blade 320 CC9P8G1X1 CC9M4G2X1 Overview of the Product...
  • Page 17: Supported Oss

    Supported OSs This adapter can be used in the following OSs. Do not use it in any other operating system. ■ Windows Server 2008 SP1 or later ■ Windows Server 2008 R2 or later ■ Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 or later ■...
  • Page 19: Names And Functions Of Individual Parts

    Names and Functions of Individual Parts This chapter describes names and functions of individual parts of this adapter. Read this page before installing the adapter in the system unit. Names and Functions Names and Functions of Individual Parys...
  • Page 20: Names And Functions

    Names and Functions PCI Express connector connectors • • • The above figure illustrates "CC2N8G3X1"and“CC9P8G1X1”and”CC2D8G3X1”. CC2N8G3X1 and CC9P8G1X1 and CC2D8G3X1 are 2-port type which contains 2 SFP connectors. Upper side Under side Guide bore Guide bore Connector with Blade Server Lavel of WWN Guide bore Guide bore...
  • Page 21: Installing To The System

    Installing to the System This chapter describes how to install the adapter in the system unit. Expansion, Reduction, and Replacement of this Adapter Installing to the System...
  • Page 22: Expansion, Reduction, And Replacement Of This Adapter

    Expansion, Reduction, and Replacement of this Adapter Expansion, reduction, and replacement of the Compute Blade 2000 / Compute Blade 320 Fibre Channel Adapter should be performed by the maintenance personnel. When it is necessary to expand, reduce, or replace an option, contact your sales representative or call the maintenance personnel.
  • Page 23: Installing The Driver And Utility

    Installing the Driver and Utility This chapter describes how to install the driver and Utility of this adapter in the Windows Server 2003 R2 or Windows Server 2008, or Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux environment. "HBAnyware"...
  • Page 24: Windows Server 2003 R2 Environment

    The pop-up appears twice per adapter. Insert "Driver Kit CD Version 11-04 or later for Compute Blade 2000" or "Driver Kit CD Version 04-02 or later for Compute Blade 320" CD-ROM into the CD/DVD drive. Activate the "APInstall.exe" corresponding to the OS.
  • Page 25 □ Checking the driver version 1. Check the version of the driver according to the following procedure.   Windows Server 2003 R2 environment, the driver exists at [Manage the Computer] - [Device Manager] - • • • [SCSI and RAID Controller]. 2. Double-click the driver shown below. Model Driver name under [SCSI and RAID Controller] or [Memory Area Controller] CC2N8G3X1 Emulex LightPulse LPe12002-M8, PCI Slot x, Storport Miniport Driver or CC2D8G3X1...
  • Page 26   Select "C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\elxstor.sys" on the "Driver File Details" window and check [File version].   And confirm the agreement with the table below.    Model Windows Server 2003 (32bit) / Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition / Driver Ver Driver Ver CC2N8G3X1 CC2D8G3X1 CC9P8G1X1 5.2.20.006 7.2.20.006 CC9M4G2X1 CC2M8G3X1 5. Click [OK] and, on the screen of step 3, click [OK] to close the screen. Installing the Driver and Utility...
  • Page 27 □ Uninstalling HBAnyware The procedure described below is for the Window 2003 environment. select [Uninstall or Change • • • Programs] - [Uninstall]. 1. Select [Control Panel] - [Add or Remove Programs] - [Emulex HBAnyware x.xxxx] and then select [Remove]. 2.
  • Page 28 4. Select [Control Panel] - [Add or Remove Programs] - [Emulex Common SAN Management xx.x.x.xx] and then select [Remove]. 5. Click [Yes] in the Uninstall screen. 6. Click [OK] in the Uninstall screen. 7. Restart the OS. Installing the Driver and Utility...
  • Page 29: Windows Server 2008 / Windows Server 2008 R2 Environment

    Windows Server 2008 / Windows Server 2008 R2 Environment □ Installing the driver Drivers bundled in Windows Server 2008 / Windows Server 2008R2 cannot be used. Note 1. Turn on the power of the blade server, boot Windows, and log in as "Administrator".
  • Page 30 □ Checking the driver version 1. Check the version of the driver according to the following procedure. Windows Server 2008 / Windows Server 2008 R2 environment, the driver exists at • • • [Manage the Computer] - [Device Manager] - [SCSI and RAID Controller]. 2.
  • Page 31 Select "C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\elxstor.sys" on the "Driver File Details" window and check [File version]. And confirm the agreement with the table below. << CB320 >> Driver Version Fibre Channel Adapter FW version Windows Server 2008 (64bit) / Windows Server 2008 (32bit) Windows Server 2008 R2 Don’t care 5.2.70.018 7.2.70.018...
  • Page 32 □ Uninstalling HBAnyware The procedure described below is for the Window 2008 and Window 2008 R2 environment. select • • • [Uninstall or Change Programs] - [Uninstall]. Select [Control Panel] - [Add or Remove Programs] - [Emulex HBAnyware x.xxxx] and then select [Remove]. 2.
  • Page 33 4. Select [Control Panel] - [Add or Remove Programs] - [Emulex Common SAN Management xx.x.x.xx] and then select [Remove]. 5. Click [Yes] in the Uninstall screen. 6. Click [OK] in the Uninstall screen. 7. Restart the OS. Installing the Driver and Utility 5-11...
  • Page 34: Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2012 R2 Environment

    Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2012 R2 Environment □ Installing the driver Drivers bundled in Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2012 R2 cannot be used. Note 1. Turn on the power of the blade server, boot Windows, and log in as "Administrator". When the adapter is added, the standard driver of OS may be applied.
  • Page 35 □ Checking the driver version 1. Check the version of the driver according to the following procedure. Windows Server 2012 environment, the driver exists under [Computer Management] - [Device Manager] - • • • [Storage controllers]. 2. Double-click the driver shown below. Model Driver name under [SCSI and RAID Controller] or [Memory Area Controller] CC2N8G3X1...
  • Page 36 4. Select "C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\elxfc.sys" on the "Driver File Details" window and check [File version]. And confirm the agreement with the table below. << CB320 >> Driver Version Fibre Channel Adapter FW version Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2012 R2 Don’t care 2.72.012.001 Not supported <<...
  • Page 37 □ Uninstalling OneCommand Manager Select [Control Panel] - [Uninstall a program] - [Emulex OCManager Enterprise x.xxxx] and then select [Uninstall/Change]. 2. Click [Yes] in the Uninstall screen. 3. Click [OK] in the Uninstall screen. 4. Restart the OS. Installing the Driver and Utility 5-15...
  • Page 38: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Environment

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Environment □ Installing the driver The driver of the Compute Blade 2000 / Compute Blade 320 Fibre Channel adapter is installed as standard when the OS is installed. □ Checking the driver version The version check procedure for the Compute Blade 2000 / Compute Blade 320 Fibre Channel adapter driver is as follows: 1.
  • Page 39 6. For details about the commands of this utility, see "HBAnyware(Command Line Interface)" in Chapter 6, "Utility". □ Uninstalling HBAnyware The uninstallation procedure for the HBAnyware utility of the Compute Blade 2000 / Compute Blade 320 Fibre Channel adapter is described below: 1. Log in the target system as "root".
  • Page 40: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Environment

    Installing the driver The driver of the Compute Blade 2000 / Compute Blade 320 Fibre Channel adapter is installed as standard when the OS is installed. 1. Turn on the power of the system unit, start Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and log on with "root".
  • Page 41 8. Copy the driver file to any directory in the system. In this procedure, the directory /tmp/work/ is made for example. < When using “Driver & Utility” > < When using ”Server Installation and Monitoring Tool > # mkdir /tmp/work # mkdir /tmp/work # cp -p /media/[path to the driver file] /tmp/work # cp –p /mnt/iso2/[path to the driver file] /tmp/work...
  • Page 42 Installing OneCommand Manager The installation procedure for the utility of the Compute Blade 2000 / Compute Blade 320 Fibre Channel adapter is described below: 1. Turn on the power of the system unit, start Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and log on with "root".
  • Page 43 6. Copy the utility file to any directory in the system. In this procedure, the directory /tmp/ocmwork/ is made for example. # mkdir /tmp/ocmwork # cp -p /media/[path to the utility file] /tmp/ocmwork # cd /tmp/ocmwork # umount /media << Path to the utility file >> Path to the utility file RHEL 6 [x86] [x64] /RHEL6_4/Utility/elxocm06x/elxocm06x-[version].tgz 7.
  • Page 44 □ Uninstalling OneCommand Manager The uninstallation procedure for the OneCommand Manager utility of the Compute Blade 2000 / Compute Blade 320 Fibre Channel adapter is described below: 1. Log on the target system with "root". 2. Insert "Driver and Utility" or "Server installation and monitoring tool" media into the DVD-ROM drive of system console.
  • Page 45: Utility

    Utility This chapter describes how to use HBAnyware or OneCommand Manager of this adapter in the Windows Server 2003 R2 or Windows Server 2008, or Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux environment.
  • Page 46: Windows Server 2003 R2/Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008 R2 Environment

    Windows Server 2003 R2/Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008 R2 Environment □ HBAnyware "HBAnyware" is a software utility to control this adapter. The following is a display example of the HBAnyware utility window. Toolbar Property tab Menu bar Discovery tree Utility...
  • Page 47 Menu bar [File] ・Management Mode: Changes the management mode. ・Export SAN Info: Creates a file of SAN information in the .xml and .csv formats. ・Exit]: Terminates the utility. [View] ・Allows you to edit the display items on the utility window. [Port] ・Reset Adapter: Resets the adapter (Port).
  • Page 48 Discovery tree ・Displays the detected host, adapter, adapter port, virtual port, fabric, target, and LUN as icons. Major icons are as below: ・Local host ・Adapter ・Adapter port ・Target ・LUN ・Fabric Property tab ・When you select an icon of the discovery tree, a property tab corresponding to the icon is displayed. On the tab page you can view the icon information and parameters or change parameters.
  • Page 49 [Adapter Information] tab Target icon: Adapter Overview: Displays the information concerning the selected adapter. [Port Information] tab Target icon: Adapter port Overview: Displays the information concerning the selected adapter port. [Port Attributes]: Port WWN - Port World Wide Name of the adapter port Node WWN - Node World Wide Name of the adapter port Fabric Name - Fabric name Port FC ID - FC ID of the port...
  • Page 50 [Port Statistics] tab Target icon: Adapter port Overview: Displays the statistical information concerning the selected adapter port. [Transceiver Data] tab Target icon: Adapter port Overview: Displays the information concerning the optical module of the selected adapter port. Utility...
  • Page 51 [Driver Parameters] tab Target icons: Host, adapter port Overview: Displays the driver parameters and enables editing them. [Maintenance] tab Target icon: Adapter port Overview: Displays the information concerning the Firmware and BootCode. Allows you to update the Firmware and BootCode, show/change boot parameters, and show/change WWN (WWPN and WWNN).
  • Page 52 □ Changing driver parameters 1. Select the host or adapter port icon in the Discovery Tree and select the [Driver Parameters] tab from the Property tab. 2. Select a parameter to be changed from the [Adapter Parameter] list. 3. The selected parameter name and the current parameter value are displayed in the "Modify Adapter Parameter“area. 4.
  • Page 53 □ Updating Firmware/Bootcode ・Windows Server 2003/Windows Server 2008 Environment The following is firmware/bootcode update procedure by HBAnyware version 4.0a32 1. Select [Batch] on the menu bar and then select [Download HBA Firmware]. 2. The "Select Firmware File" dialog box appears. Select a firmware or bootcode file and then click [Open]. 3.
  • Page 54 ・Windows Server 2008 R2 Environment The following is firmware/bootcode update procedure by HBAnyware version 4.1a36 1. Select [Batch] on the menu bar and then select [Download HBA Firmware]. 2. Click [Browse…] to select a firmware or bootcode file. 3. The "Firmware File Selection" dialog box appears. Select a firmware or bootcode file and then click [OK]. 4.
  • Page 55 5. Check that "Batch operation completed" is indicated at Status. Then click [Close] to exit. Utility 6-11...
  • Page 56 □ Changing WWNs To avoid address conflicts, do not assign a WWNN or WWPN with the HBAnyware utility if you also use another address management tool. Note This adapter does not support a volatile change. 1. Select the adapter port icon in the Discovery Tree and select the [Maintenance] tab from the Property tab. 2.
  • Page 57 4. The following dialog box appears. Perform either of the following: ・Enter a new WWPN and a new WWNN in "New WWPN:" and "New WWNN:" respectively. ・Click [Get Factory Default WWNs]. ・Click [Get Non-Volatile WWNs]. 5. Click [OK] and the following dialog box appears. Click [OK] again. 6.
  • Page 58: Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2012 R2 Environment

    Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2012 R2 Environment □ OneCommandManager "OneCommandManager" is a software utility to control this adapter. The following is a display example of the OneCommandManager utility window. Menu bar Toolbar Property tab Discovery tree Utility 6-14...
  • Page 59 Menu bar [File] ・Management Mode: Changes the management mode. ・Export SAN Info: Creates a file of SAN information in the .xml and .csv formats. ・Exit: Terminates the utility. [Edit] ・Find Host: Imput Find Host Toolbar [View] ・Allows you to edit the display items on the utility window. [Port] ・Reset Adapter: Resets the adapter (Port).
  • Page 60 Discovery tree ・Displays the detected host, adapter, adapter port, virtual port, fabric, target, and LUN as icons. ・Local host ・Adapter ・Adapter port ・Target ・LUN ・Fabric Property tab ・When you select an icon of the discovery tree, a property tab corresponding to the icon is displayed. On the tab page you can view the icon information and parameters or change parameters.
  • Page 61 [Host Information] tab Target icon: Host Overview: Displays the information concerning the selected host. [Adapter Information] tab Target icon: Adapter Overview: Displays the information concerning the selected adapter. [Port Information] tab Target icon: Adapter port Overview: Displays the information concerning the selected adapter port. Utility 6-17...
  • Page 62 [Port Attributes]: Port WWN - Port World Wide Name of the adapter port Node WWN - Node World Wide Name of the adapter port Fabric Name - Fabric name Port FC ID - FC ID of the port Driver Version - Version of the installed driver Driver Name- Name of the installed driver Firmware Version - Version of the currently used firmware [Port Status]: Link Status - [Operational]: Link Up status...
  • Page 63 [Driver Parameters] tab Target icons: Host, adapter port Overview: Displays the driver parameters and enables editing them. [Maintenance] tab Target icon: Adapter port Overview: Displays the information concerning the Firmware and BootCode. Allows you to update the Firmware and BootCode, show/change boot parameters, and show/change WWN (WWPN and WWNN).
  • Page 64 □ Updating Firmware/Bootcode ・Windows Server 2012 / Windows Server 2012 R2 Environment The following is firmware/bootcode update procedure by OneCommandManager version 6.1.14.1-1 1. Select [Batch] on the menu bar and then select [Download Firmware…]. 2. The " Firmware File Selection " dialog box appears. Select a firmware or bootcode file and then click [Open]. 3.
  • Page 65 □ Changing WWNs To avoid address conflicts, do not assign a WWNN or WWPN with the OneCommandManager utility if you Note also use another address management tool. This adapter does not support a volatile change. 1. Select the adapter port icon in the Discovery Tree and select the [Maintenance] tab from the Property tab. 2.
  • Page 66 4. The following dialog box appears. Perform either of the following: ・Enter a new WWPN and a new WWNN in "New WWPN:" and "New WWNN:" respectively. ・Click [Get Factory Default WWNs]. ・Click [Get Non-Volatile WWNs]. 5. Click [OK] and the following dialog box appears. Click [OK] again. Utility 6-22...
  • Page 67 6. Check that the changed WWN is displayed in "Pending Changes: Reboot Required" and reboot the system. Utility 6-23...
  • Page 68: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Environment

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux Environment □ HBAnyware ( Command Line Interface ) The major commands are described below: ○Help commands ・Help Description: Displays all Help commands. Syntax: hbacmd Help ・Help Boot Description: Displays the Help command concerning the boot command. Syntax: hbacmd Help Boot ・Help BootParams Description: Displays the summary of parameters of the boot device and the adapter.
  • Page 69 ○Boot commands ・EnableBootCode Description: Switches between "Enable" and "Disable" of the adapter's boot code. Syntax: hbacmd EnableBootCode <WWPN> <Flag> Parameter: Flag - E=Enable, D=Disable ・GetBootParams Description: Displays the boot parameters. Syntax: hbacmd GetBootParams <WWPN> <Type> Parameter: Type - X86, EFI, OB ・SetBootParam Description: Sets the boot parameters.
  • Page 70 ○Dump commands ・DeleteDumpFiles Description: Deletes all dump files of the adapter. Syntax: hbacmd DeleteDumpFiles <WWPN> ・Dump Description: Creates a dump file for diagnosis. Syntax: hbacmd dump <WWPN> ・GetDumpDirectory Description: Displays the creation destination directory of a dump file for diagnosis. Syntax: hbacmd GetDumpDirectory <WWPN>...
  • Page 71 ○Other commands ・Download Description: Downloads a firmware image to the adapter. Syntax: hbacmd Download <WWPN> <FileName> Parameter: File Name - Firmware image file name ・ListHBAs Description: Displays a list of Emulex adapters which can be managed. Syntax: hbacmd ListHBAs ・Reset Description: Resets the adapter.
  • Page 73: Supplementary Notes On Fibre Channel Adapter Function

    Supplementary Notes on Fibre Channel Adapter Function This chapter provides supplementary notes on functions of this adapter. Host Bus Adapter Configuration Supplementary Notes on Fibre Channel Adapter Function...
  • Page 74: Host Bus Adapter Configuration

    Host Bus Adapter Configuration □ Starting BIOS Utility 1. When "Press <Alt+E> or <Ctrl+E> enter Emulex BIOS configuration Utility" appears at the system startup, press the [Ctrl] and [E] keys at the same time. Supplementary Notes on Fibre Channel Adapter Function...
  • Page 75 2. When the BIOS Utility starts, the following window appears. • • • The window of the BIOS Utility is different depending on BIOS Utility versions. << Using BIOS Utility version 2.02a2 or lower >> The following window is appears. Input the number for which the BIOS setting is to be changed and press [Enter] key. <<...
  • Page 76 □ Exiting the BIOS Utility • • • The window of the BIOS Utility is different depending on BIOS Utility versions. << Using BIOS Utility version 2.02a2 or lower >> 1. Press [X] key and return to the following window and press [X] key again. 2.
  • Page 77 << Using BIOS Utility version 2.12a13 or higher >> 1. Press [ESC] key and return to the following window and press [ESC] key again. 2. When the "BIOS Utility" terminates, the following message appears. Press [Y] as shown below. The system unit restarts. Y: Restarts the system unit.
  • Page 78 □ Factory default settings and confirmation of defaults Parameters of the adapter and their values set at the factory are described below: Setting Description Selectable value Factory default Enable or Disable BIOS Set whether to enable or disable ROM BIOS. 1: Enable Disable 2: Disable...
  • Page 79 The settings and confirmation method are described below: • • • The setting and confirmation methods are different depending on BIOS Utility versions. << Using BIOS Utility version 2.02a2 or lower >> 1. Open the "BIOS Utility" screen. Select "Configure This Adapter's Parameters". Adapter 01: PCI Bus , Device , Function (xx,xx,xx) LPexxxx-xx:...
  • Page 80 3. The "BIOS Utility" terminates. Press [X] and then [Y]. Reboot the System to Make All the Change to Take Effect! REBOOT THE SYSTEM (Y/N) • • • When you press [N], the screen returns to the state just after start of the BIOS Utility. <<...
  • Page 81 3. When setting the other parameters, press [ESC] key and return to the following window. Then select “Configure Advanced Adapter Parameters” and press [Enter] key. 4. The following window “Configure Advanced Adapter Parameters” appears. • • • Select the item by [↑]/[↓] key and press [Enter]. Then the corresponding screen appears. To return to the above screen, press the [ESC] key.
  • Page 82 5. Press [ESC] key and return to the following window and press [ESC] key again. □ □ □ □ □ 6. When the "BIOS Utility" terminates, the following message appears. Press [Y] as shown below. The system unit restarts. Y: Restarts the system unit. N: Returns to the initial setting screen.
  • Page 83 □ Registering the boot device • • • The window of the BIOS Utility is different depending on BIOS Utility versions. << Using BIOS Utility version 2.02a2 or lower >> When you install the OS in the device connected to the SAN boot or port from the port of this Fibre •...
  • Page 84 Adapter 01: S_ID: xxxxxx PCI Bus , Device , Function (xx,xx,xx) List of Saved Boot Devices: 00. Clear selected boot entry !! 01. ALPA: xx(xx) WWPN: xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx LUN: xx HITACHI xxxxxx xxxx 02. ALPA: xx(xx) WWPN: xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx LUN: xx HITACHI xxxxxx xxxx 03.
  • Page 85 6. The following pop-up screen appears. Enter "1" to boot the device with WWPN or "2" to boot the device with DID. Then, press the [Enter] key. DID: xxxxxx WWPN:xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx LUN:xx 1. Boot this device via WWPN 2. Boot this device via DID <Esc>...
  • Page 86 << Using BIOS Utility version 2.12a13 or higher >> When you install the OS in the device connected to the SAN boot or port from the port of this Fibre • • • Channel adapter, set item No. 1 of Adapter's Parameters as "Enable". It is also necessary to register the boot device from "Configure Boot Devices".
  • Page 87 3. A list of boot devices appears. Select the boot device to be registered and press the [Enter] key. 4. The following pop-up screen appears. Enter the 2-digit number (hexadecimal) of LUN of the boot device to be registered and then press the [Enter] key. Supplementary Notes on Fibre Channel Adapter Function 7-15...
  • Page 88 5. LUs are displayed in the ascending order of LUNs starting with LU of the boot device to be registered. Select “01” device line and then press the [Enter] key. 6. The following pop-up screen appears. Select “Boot this device via WWPN” or "Boot this device via DID”. Then, press the [Enter] key. Supplementary Notes on Fibre Channel Adapter Function 7-16...
  • Page 89 7. The following screen appears. Check that the device has been registered in the boot entry. If multiple devices are to be registered, repeat the steps from 2 to 6. • • • If multiple devices are registered, the device registered to the entry number 1 becomes the Primary Boot device.
  • Page 91: Led Information

    LED Information This chapter describes the LED information of this adapter. “CC2M8G3X1” and “CC9M4G2X1” have not the LED information. LED Information...
  • Page 92 This chapter describes the LED information of this adapter. “CC2M8G3X1” and “CC9M4G2X1” have not the LED information. □ LED indications and actions to be taken LEDs are attached on the bracket side of this adapter as shown below. If LED shows any other status than described below, contact your sales representative or call the maintenance personnel.
  • Page 93: Specifications

    Specifications This chapter describes major specifications for this adapter. Hardware Specifications Quality Standards Specifications...
  • Page 94: Hardware Specifications

    Hardware Specifications Model names Item CC2N8G3X1 CC2M8G3X1 CC9P8G1X1 CC9M4G2X1 CC2D8G3X1 ・ Compliant with Fibre Channel Physical and Signaling Interface-3 (FC-PH-3) Interface ・ Compliant with Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL-2) ・ PCI-Express Card Electromechanical Specification ・ PCI-Express Base Specification 2.0 Maximum transfer rate 800 MB/s 400 MB/s (Asynchronous)
  • Page 95: Appendix

    Appendix Offline Utility Appendix 10-1...
  • Page 96: Offline Utility

    Offline Utility The Offline utility is available to set this adapter before installing or booting the server operating system. This utility enables the following: ・View information on an Emulex adapter ・Reset the adapter ・Download firmware and boot code files ・Select a boot device ・Read and update world wide names (WWNs) ・Enable boot code ・Update configuration regions...
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