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PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID
internal adapter 6 Gb
for the 5148-21L, 5148-22L,
8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or
8284-22A
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  • Page 1 Power Systems PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb for the 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or 8284-22A...
  • Page 3 Power Systems PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb for the 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or 8284-22A...
  • Page 4 Note Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Safety notices” on page vii, “Notices” on page 101, the IBM Systems Safety Notices manual, G229-9054, and the IBM Environmental Notices and User Guide, Z125–5823. This edition applies to IBM Power Systems servers that contain the POWER8 processor and to all associated models.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    8284-21A, or 8284-22A . . 14 Preparing the system for operation after removing and replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb 17 Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb ....... . . 19 Before you begin .
  • Page 6 Verifying a replaced part by using the AIX operating system . . 67 Verifying the installed part by using an IBM i system or logical partition . . 69 Verifying an installed part by using a Linux system or logical partition .
  • Page 7 Verifying the repair in AIX . . 75 Verifying a repair by using an IBM i system or logical partition . . 78 Verifying the repair in Linux . 80 Verifying the repair on an IBM PowerKVM system . . 80 Verifying the repair from the management console .
  • Page 8 PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 9: Safety Notices

    Electrical voltage and current from power, telephone, and communication cables are hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard: v If IBM supplied the power cord(s), connect power to this unit only with the IBM provided power cord. Do not use the IBM provided power cord for any other product.
  • Page 10 Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. Do not place objects on top of rack-mounted devices. In addition, do not lean on rack mounted devices and do not use them to stabilize your body position (for example, when working from a ladder). viii PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 11 v Each rack cabinet might have more than one power cord. – For AC powered racks, be sure to disconnect all power cords in the rack cabinet when directed to disconnect power during servicing. – For racks with a DC power distribution panel (PDP), turn off the circuit breaker that controls the power to the system unit(s), or disconnect the customer’s DC power source, when directed to disconnect power during servicing.
  • Page 12 (R002) (L001) DANGER: Hazardous voltage, current, or energy levels are present inside any component that has this label attached. Do not open any cover or barrier that contains this label. (L001) (L002) PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 13 DANGER: Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. (L002) (L003) Safety notices...
  • Page 14 DANGER: Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple AC power cords or multiple DC power cables. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords and power cables. (L003) (L007) CAUTION: A hot surface nearby. (L007) (L008) PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 15 Exchange only with the IBM-approved part. Recycle or discard the battery as instructed by local regulations. In the United States, IBM has a process for the collection of this battery. For information, call 1-800-426-4333. Have the IBM part number for the battery unit available when you call. (C003)
  • Page 16 (C048) Power and cabling information for NEBS (Network Equipment-Building System) GR-1089-CORE The following comments apply to the IBM servers that have been designated as conforming to NEBS (Network Equipment-Building System) GR-1089-CORE: PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 17 The equipment is suitable for installation in the following: v Network telecommunications facilities v Locations where the NEC (National Electrical Code) applies The intrabuilding ports of this equipment are suitable for connection to intrabuilding or unexposed wiring or cabling only. The intrabuilding ports of this equipment must not be metallically connected to the interfaces that connect to the OSP (outside plant) or its wiring.
  • Page 18 PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 19: Pcie3 X8 Sas Raid Internal Adapter 6 Gb For The 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, Or 8284-22A

    PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb for the 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or 8284-22A Learn about installing, removing, and replacing a PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb in the IBM Elastic Storage Server Management Server (5148-21L), IBM Elastic Storage Server Data Server (5148-22L), ®...
  • Page 20: Installing The Pcie3 X8 Sas Raid Internal Adapter 6 Gb In The 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, Or 8284-22A

    6 Gb. For instructions, see “Preparing the system to install a PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb” on page 1. To install the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb (FC EJ0V or FC EL3V), complete the following steps: Note: Slot P1-C14 has a SAS RAID internal adapter, while the slot P1-C15 has a filler.
  • Page 21 4. Pull the disconnected end of the cables out of the plastic guide block on the side of the system chassis, as shown in Figure 2. Figure 2. Removing the front SAS cables from the guide block PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 22 PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb into the slot. 10. Complete the installation of the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb by fully seating it. Ensure that the adapter is installed on locating pin (A). Press the top-center edge of the card down to firmly seat it into the system backplane connector, as shown in Figure 4 on page 5.
  • Page 23 Figure 4. Replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb in slot P1-C14 13. Leave the front SAS cable disconnected from the disk drive backplane until directed to connect it. 14. Remove the filler from slot location P1-C15.
  • Page 24 Figure 5. Installing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb in slot P1-C15 20. Route the front SAS cables into the plastic guide block on the side of the chassis. Figure 6. Routing the front SAS cables PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 25 For information about SAS cable part numbers, see 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or 8284-22A system parts (http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER8/ p8ecs/p8ecs_83x_8rx_parts.htm). 22. Replace the fan cage with the fans installed. For instructions, see Replacing a fan cage (http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER8/p8haq/ p8haq_83x_8rx_fancagereplace.htm). PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 26: Preparing The System For Operation After Installing A Pcie3 X8 Sas Raid Internal Adapter 6 Gb

    6 Gb Learn how to prepare the system to remove and replace the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb. To prepare the system to remove and replace a SAS RAID internal adapter, complete the following steps: 1.
  • Page 27 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8247-42L, 8284-21A, 8284-22A, 8286-41A, or 8286-42A system” on page 48. 7. Look for the amber LED (B) of the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb that you are removing. See Figure 9 on page 10.
  • Page 28 “Disconnecting the power cords from the system” on page 58. Note: The system might be equipped with redundant power supply. Before you continue with this procedure, ensure that all power to your system is disconnected. (L003) PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 29 DANGER: Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple AC power cords or multiple DC power cables. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords and power cables. (L003) PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 30: Removing The Pcie3 X8 Sas Raid Internal Adapter 6 Gb From The 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, Or 8284-22A

    Removing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb from the 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or 8284-22A Learn how to remove the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb from a server to replace a failing part.
  • Page 31 7. Lift the SAS RAID internal adapter out of the slot with the front SAS cables still connected to the adapter. Ensure that the front SAS cables do not get caught on any components while you are lifting the SAS RAID internal adapter out of the slot. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 32: Replacing The Pcie3 X8 Sas Raid Internal Adapter 6 Gb In The 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, Or 8284-22A

    Replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb in the 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or 8284-22A Learn how to replace the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb in a server to replace a failing part, or as part of another service procedure.
  • Page 33 Figure 13. Replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb 7. Route the front SAS cables into the guide block on the side of the chassis, as shown in Figure 14. Figure 14. Routing the front SAS cables into the guide block...
  • Page 34 P1-C14. The long SAS cable connects the lower disk drive backplane connector (J1) to the P1 connector on the adapter in slot P1-C15. See Figure 17 on page 17. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 35: Preparing The System For Operation After Removing And Replacing The Pcie3 X8 Sas Raid Internal Adapter 6 Gb

    Preparing the system for operation after removing and replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb Learn how to prepare the system for operation after removing and replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb.
  • Page 36 PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 37: Common Procedures For Removing Or Replacing The Pcie3 X8 Sas Raid Internal Adapter 6 Gb

    Electrical voltage and current from power, telephone, and communication cables are hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard: v If IBM supplied the power cord(s), connect power to this unit only with the IBM provided power cord. Do not use the IBM provided power cord for any other product.
  • Page 38 (R001 part 2 of 2): CAUTION: v Do not install a unit in a rack where the internal rack ambient temperatures will exceed the manufacturer's recommended ambient temperature for all your rack-mounted devices. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 39 8. If you are installing new hardware in a logical partition, you need to understand and plan for the implications of partitioning your system. For information, see Logical Partitioning. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 40: Identifying A Part

    Use this information as a guide to the control panel LEDs and buttons. Use Figure 18 on page 23 with the control panel LED descriptions to understand the system status that is indicated by the control panel. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 41: Activating An Identify Led For An Enclosure Or Server By Using The Hmc

    Activating an identify LED for an enclosure or server by using the HMC Learn how to activate an identify LED for an enclosure or server by using the Hardware Management Console (HMC). Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 42: Finding The Part Location Code And Led Support Status

    If the part has an identify LED, refer to the applicable procedure: – If you are using IBM PowerKVM, see “Identifying a part by using the ASMI” on page 28. – If your system is at runtime state, see “Identifying a part by using the operating system or VIOS”...
  • Page 43: Identifying A Part By Using The Operating System Or Vios

    To activate the indicator light for a part, complete the following steps: 1. Log in as root user. 2. At the command line, type diag and press Enter. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 44: Identifying A Part In An Ibm I System Or Logical Partition

    Identifying a part in an IBM i system or logical partition You can activate or deactivate the indicator light to locate a part in an IBM i system or logical partition. Finding the location code and activating the indicator light for a part by using the IBM i operating...
  • Page 45: Identifying A Part In A Linux System Or Logical Partition

    Display Diagnostic Log display appears. This display contains a chronological list of events. 6. Look in the T column for the most recent S entry. Select this row in the table and press Enter. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 46: Activating The Indicator Light For A Part By Using The Vios Tools

    System Management Interface by using a web browser (http://www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER8/p8ect/pxect_browser.htm). For IBM Power Systems that contain the POWER8 processor, the identify LEDs can be used to identify or verify the location of a part that you intend to install, remove, or replace. The identify function (flashing the amber LED) corresponds to the location code you are going to work with.
  • Page 47: Activating The Identify Led By Using The Asmi When You Do Not Know The Location Code

    In the Tasks menu, click Operations > LED status > Identify LED. The Identify LED, Select Enclosure window is displayed. v If you are using an HMC Enhanced + Tech Preview (Pre-GA) or HMC Enhanced+ interface, complete the following steps. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 48: Starting The System Or Logical Partition

    The power LED, as shown in the following figure, is slowly flashing. v The top of the display, as shown in the following figure, shows 01 V=F. 3. Press the power button (A), as shown in the following figure, on the control panel. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 49 The power-on light begins to flash faster. v The system cooling fans are activated after approximately 30 seconds and begin to accelerate to operating speed. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 50: Starting A System By Using The Asmi

    In the navigation area, click the Resources icon , and then click All Systems. b. Select the system that you want to power on. c. In the content pane, click Actions > View All Actions > Power On. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 51: Starting An Ibm Powerkvm System

    Starting an IBM PowerKVM system You can use the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) to start an IBM PowerKVM system. To start an IBM PowerKVM system, run the ipmitool -I lanplus -H FSP IP -P ipmipassword chassis power on command from a remote system.
  • Page 52: Stopping A System By Using The Control Panel

    If your system is running the Linux operating system, type shutdown -h now. v If your system is running the IBM i operating system, type PWRDWNSYS. If your system is partitioned, use the PWRDWNSYS command to power down each of the secondary partitions. Then, use the PWRDWNSYS command to power down the primary partition.
  • Page 53: Stopping A System By Using The Hmc Classic Or Hmc Enhanced Interface

    1. Log in to the host as a root user or with sudo authority. 2. To power off each of the guests, complete the following steps. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 54: Removing And Replacing Covers On The 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8247-42L, 8284-21A, 8284-22A, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    Note: Replacing the shipping screws is optional but should be done in geographic areas that are prone to seismic activity. 3. Pull the cover away from the system. The cover has an indentation where you can hold onto it more easily. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 55: Removing The Front Cover From A Rack-Mounted 8247-42L, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    3. Pull the cover away from the system. The cover has an indentation where you can hold onto it more easily. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 56: Removing The Front Cover From A Stand-Alone 8286-41A System

    3. Pull the blue tab (A) to open the bezel door. 4. Push the blue latch (B) located above the USB ports, in the direction shown on the latch and then pull the front cover away from the system. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 57: Removing The Side Cover From A Stand-Alone 8286-41A System With An Internal Rdx Docking Station

    1. Remove the plastic piece within the interior of the handle cover by pushing the latches on the inside firmly and sliding it out. See Figure 23 on page 40. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 58 2. Pry the inner tabs that are found on the handle cover's sides to the center to disengage the side latches. 3. Remove the handle cover by sliding it toward the front of the system then lifting upwards. See Figure 24 on page 41. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 59 Figure 25. Removing the screw from the 8286-41A side cover 5. Slide the side cover off of the system in the direction that is shown in Figure 26 on page 42. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 60: Installing The Front Cover

    4. Replace the shipping screws (A). Note: Replacing the shipping screws is optional but should be done in geographic areas that are prone to seismic activity. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 61: Installing The Front Cover On A Rack-Mounted 8247-42L, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    4. Replace the shipping screws (B). Note: Replacing the shipping screws is optional but should be done in geographic areas that are prone to seismic activity. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 62: Installing The Front Cover And Front Door On A Stand-Alone 8286-41A System

    1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap attached. If not, attach it now. 2. Align the cover until the two cover tabs (A) are seated into the slots on the base plate (B), as shown in the following figure. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 63: Installing The Side Cover On A Stand-Alone 8286-41A System With An Internal Rdx Docking Station

    Use this procedure to install the side cover on a stand-alone 8286-41A system to access components or perform service. To install the side cover, complete the following steps. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 64 3. Place the side cover down over the 8286-41A system. 4. Slide the side cover into place until secured onto the system as shown in the following figure. Note: Ensure that the side cover tabs are aligned properly. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 65 Figure 33. Installing the 8286-41A side cover 5. Install the side cover rear screw with a Phillips screwdriver as shown in Figure 34 on page 48. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 66: Removing The Service Access Cover From A 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8247-42L, 8284-21A, 8284-22A, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    3. Slide the cover (B) off the system unit. When the front of the service access cover has cleared the upper frame ledge, lift the cover up and off the system unit. Attention: For proper cooling and airflow, replace the cover before turning on the system. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 67: Removing The Service Access Cover From A Stand-Alone 8286-41A System

    Attention: For proper cooling and airflow, replace the cover before turning on the system. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 68: Installing The Service Access Cover On A 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8247-42L, 8284-21A, 8284-22A, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap attached. If not, attach it now. 2. Slide the cover (B) on to the system unit. 3. Close the latch release (A) by pushing it in the direction shown. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 69: Installing The Service Access Cover On A Stand-Alone 8286-41A System

    1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap attached. If not, attach it now. 2. Slide the cover (B) on to the system unit. 3. Close the latch release (A) by pushing it in the direction shown. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 70: Air Baffle

    1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap attached. If not, attach it now. 2. Pull the latches (A) to disengage the air baffle from the chassis. 3. Lift the air baffle (B) up to open it. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 71: Closing The Air Baffle On An 8247-42L, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap attached. If not, attach it now. 2. Push down the air baffle (B) toward the chassis. 3. Press the side latches (A) to latch the air baffle to the chassis. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 72: Removing The Air Baffle From An 8247-42L, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap attached. If not, attach it now. 2. Pull the air baffle to disengage it from the chassis clasp (A). 3. Lift the air baffle up to remove it. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 73: Replacing The Air Baffle On An 8247-42L, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    2. Push the air baffle toward the chassis. 3. Fix the air baffle to the chassis by pushing the clasp onto the chassis (A) until it locks into place. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 74: Service And Operating Positions For The 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8247-42L, 8284-21A, 8284-22A, 8286-41A, Or 8286-42A System

    2. If you have not already done so, remove the front cover of the system. For instructions, see “Removing the front cover” on page 36. 3. Remove the front screws (A) that secure the system unit to the rack. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 75 4. Release the side latches (B) and pull the latches to slide out the Central Electronics Complex (CEC) assembly. Figure 44. Releasing the side latches Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 76: Placing The Rack-Mounted System Into The Operating Position

    5. If you have not already done so, replace the front cover. For instructions, see “Installing the front cover” on page 42. Power cords Use these procedures to disconnect and connect the power cords on IBM Power Systems servers that contain the POWER8 processor. Disconnecting the power cords from the system Use this procedure to disconnect the power cords from the system.
  • Page 77 47 and Figure 48 show the supported connectors and power distribution unit (PDU) for 8408-44E. Figure 46. AC and HVDC connectors Figure 47. Connectors for the 8408-44E system Figure 48. PDU for the 8408-44E system Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 78 Figure 49. Removing the power cords from an 8247-42L, 8286-41A, or 8286-42A system Figure 50. Removing the power cords from an 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or 8284-22A system PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 79: Connecting The Power Cords To The System

    (AC) and high voltage direct current (HVDC) connectors. Figure 53 on page 62 and Figure 54 on page 62 show the supported connectors and power distribution unit (PDU) for 8408-44E. Figure 52. AC and HVDC connectors Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 80 Figure 54. PDU for the 8408-44E system 3. Fasten the power cords to the system using the hook-and-loop fasteners (B). Figure 55. Connecting the power cords to an 8247-42L, 8286-41A, or 8286-42A system PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 81 Figure 56. Connecting the power cords to a 5148-21L, 5148-22L, 8247-21L, 8247-22L, 8284-21A, or 8284-22A system Figure 57. Connecting the power cords to an 8408-44E or 8408-E8E system 4. Close the rack door at the rear of the system. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 82: Installing Or Replacing A Part With An Hmc

    Learn how to remove a part by using the Hardware Management Console (HMC). To remove a part in a system or an expansion unit by using the HMC, complete the following steps: PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 83: Repairing A Part By Using The Hmc

    5. After the part is listed in the Pending Actions section, click Launch Procedure and follow the instructions to remove the part. Note: The HMC might display the IBM Knowledge Center instructions for removing the part. If so, follow those instructions to remove the part.
  • Page 84: Verifying The Installed Part

    4. Select a serviceable event and use the Selected drop-down menu to select Repair. 5. Follow the instructions to repair the part. Note: The HMC might open IBM Knowledge Center instructions for repairing the part. If so, follow those instructions to repair the part.
  • Page 85: Verifying A Replaced Part By Using The Aix Operating System

    Enter. Did the Resource Repair Action menu appear? No: Go to step 6 on page 68. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 86 11. Start the operating system, with the system or logical partition in normal mode. Were you able to start the operating system? No: Contact your service provider. This ends the procedure. Yes: Go to step 12. 12. Are the indicator lights still on? v No. This ends the procedure. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 87: Verifying The Installed Part By Using An Ibm I System Or Logical Partition

    To use stand-alone diagnostics, follow these steps: 1. Stop all jobs and applications and then stop the operating system on the system or logical partition. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 88 Select Set All Identify Indicators to NORMAL and press Enter. d. Choose Commit. Note: This changes the system attention and identify indicators from the Fault state to the Normal state. e. Exit to the command line. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 89: Verifying An Installed Part Or Replaced Part On A System Or Logical Partition By Using Virtual I/O Server Tools

    If the system is partitioned, note the logical partition in which you replaced the part. Contact your service provider for assistance. v Yes: Go to step 4 on page 72. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 90 Complete the following steps to update the error log to indicate that a system-detectable part has been replaced. This changes the indicator light for the part from the fault state to the normal state. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 91: Verifying The Installed Part By Using The Hmc

    No: Select the No FRU Replaced for this Serviceable Event option, and click OK to close the service action event. v Yes: Perform the following steps: a. From the FRU list, select a FRU that you need to update. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 92: Viewing Serviceable Events By Using The Hmc

    To verify the repair of a system that is currently powered off, go to step 1 on page 75. v To verify the repair of a system that is currently powered on with no operating system loaded, go to step 3 on page 75. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 93: Verifying The Repair In Aix

    “Verifying the repair in AIX” v “Verifying the repair in Linux” on page 80 v “Verifying a repair by using an IBM i system or logical partition” on page 78 v “Verifying the repair on an IBM PowerKVM system” on page 80 v “Verifying the repair from the management console”...
  • Page 94 When the Diagnostic Selection menu is displayed, select the All Resources option or test the FRUs you exchanged and any devices that are attached to the FRUs you exchanged by selecting the diagnostics for the individual FRU. Did the Resource Repair Action menu (801015) display? PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 95 If you ran stand-alone diagnostics from CD-ROM, remove the stand-alone diagnostics CD-ROM from the system. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 96: Verifying A Repair By Using An Ibm I System Or Logical Partition

    Go to the Closing a service call procedure. Verifying a repair by using an IBM i system or logical partition Use this procedure to verify a repair by using the IBM i operating system. 1. Was the system powered off during the repair? Yes: Continue with the next step.
  • Page 97 - On the Start Service Tools Sign On display, enter the user ID with the service authority and password. - Select Start a service tool > Hardware service manager > Logical hardware resources > System bus resources. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 98: Verifying The Repair In Linux

    If a new problem has occurs go to Beginning problem analysis and repair the new problem. Verifying the repair on an IBM PowerKVM system You can use the following procedure to verify whether a repair is complete on an IBM PowerKVM system.
  • Page 99: Verifying The Repair From The Management Console

    Password - service mode 5. View Serviceable Event Details. a. In the navigation area, click Service Applications. b. In the navigation area, click Service Focal Point. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 100: Closing A Service Call

    – If the server is not partitioned and is running the AIX or Linux operating system, go to “Closing a service call by using AIX or Linux” on page 85. – If the server is running IBM PowerKVM, go to “Closing a service call by using IBM PowerKVM” on page 88.
  • Page 101 16. Remove all entries in the list of all partitions you recorded in step 11. If you are referred to the list of partitions obtained in step 11 in future steps, the list is empty. Go to step 17 on page 84. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 102 No: Go to step 5 on page 83 and process the next service action event in the list of serviceable events recorded in step 4 on page 83. 33. While processing all service action events, were you directed to step 14 on page 83? PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 103: Closing A Service Call By Using Aix Or Linux

    1. Did you use a hot-swap operation by using an AIX diagnostics service aid to change the FRU? v Yes: Go to step 4 on page 86 v No: Continue with the next step. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 104 8. If the Resource Repair Action menu is already displayed, go to 12 on page 87; otherwise, complete the following steps: a. Log into the operating system, either with root authority (if needed, ask the customer to enter the password) or use the CE login. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 105 This updates the AIX error log to indicate that a system-detectable FRU has been replaced. Note: If the check log indicator is on, this action will set it back to the normal state. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 106: Closing A Service Call By Using Ibm Powerkvm

    1. Do you have any field-replaceable units (FRUs) (for example, cards, adapters, cables, or devices) that were removed during problem analysis that you want to replace in the system? v Yes: Reinstall all of the FRUs that were removed during problem analysis. Continue with the next step. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 107: Closing A Service Call By Using Integrated Virtualization Manager

    10. Is the FRU you replaced and recorded in step 1 in the list of FRUs for this service action event? v Yes: Continue with the next step. v No: Go to step 30 on page 91. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 108 If the repair action was reseating a cable or adapter, select the resource associated with that repair action. v If the resource associated with your repair action is not displayed on the Resource List, select sysplanar0. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 109: Activating And Deactivating Leds

    Activating and deactivating LEDs You can use these procedures to activate or deactivate light-emitting diodes (LEDs) by using the management console or the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI). Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 110: Deactivating A System Attention Led Or Partition Led By Using The Management Console

    For those problems, the system attention LED is activated instead. For IBM Power Systems servers that contain the POWER8 processor, the LEDs can be used to identify or verify a part that you are servicing. The error and identify function (amber) LED indicates an error and corresponds to the location code in the system reference code (SRC).
  • Page 111: Activating Or Deactivating An Identify Led By Using The Management Console

    Activate LED or Deactivate LED. The associated LED is either turned on or off. 5. To activate or deactivate an identify LED for a FRU, select an enclosure from the table, and then click Selected > List FRUs. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 112: Deactivating A System Attention Led Or Logical Partition Led By Using The Advanced System Management Interface

    The next level is the base-level location code for that field replaceable unit (FRU). For example, a user types the location code for the FRU located on the second I/O slot of the third enclosure in the system. If PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 113: Deactivating An Identify Led

    Deactivating a system attention LED by using the operating system or VIOS tools You can use the AIX, IBM i, or Linux operating system, or the Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) tools to deactivate a system attention LED. Deactivating the indicator light for a part by using AIX diagnostics Use this procedure to turn off any indicator light that you turned on as a part of a service action.
  • Page 114: Deactivating The Indicator Light By Using The Linux Operating System

    Related information: Service and productivity tools for Linux on Power servers IBM provides hardware diagnostic aids and productivity tools, and installation aids for Linux operating systems on IBM Power Systems servers. Deactivating the indicator light for a part by using the VIOS tools Use this procedure to turn off any indicator light that you turned on as a part of a service action.
  • Page 115: Deactivating The Identify Led By Using The Asmi When You Know The Location Code

    The check log indicator provides a visual signal that the system as a whole requires attention or service. Each system has a single check log indicator. When an event occurs that either needs your intervention or Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 116: Deactivating Leds By Using The Hmc

    1. In the navigation area, click the Resources icon , and then click All Systems. 2. Click the server name for which you want to deactivate the attention LED. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
  • Page 117: Deactivating An Identify Led For A Fru By Using The Hmc

    2. To deactivate an identify LED for an enclosure, select an enclosure from the table, and click Deactivate LED. The associated LED is turned off. Common procedures for removing or replacing the PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
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  • Page 123 The following is a summary of the EMI Taiwan statement above. Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user will be required to take adequate measures. IBM Taiwan Contact Information: Notices...
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  • Page 126 20 A per phase. This statement explains the JEITA statement for products greater than 20 A, single phase. This statement explains the JEITA statement for products greater than 20 A per phase, three-phase. PCIe3 x8 SAS RAID internal adapter 6 Gb...
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