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  • Page 1 Power Systems Chassis management card for the EMX0 PCIe Gen3 I/O expansion drawer...
  • Page 3 Power Systems Chassis management card for the EMX0 PCIe Gen3 I/O expansion drawer...
  • Page 4 Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Safety notices” on page v, “Notices” on page 57, 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

    Verifying a replaced part by using the AIX operating system . . 22 Verifying the installed part by using an IBM i system or logical partition . . 24 Verifying an installed part by using a Linux system or logical partition .
  • Page 6 . 51 Deactivating the indicator light for a part by using AIX diagnostics . 51 Deactivating the indicator light by using the IBM i operating system . . 51 Deactivating the indicator light by using the Linux operating system .
  • Page 7: Safety Notices

    You should also refer to the safety information documentation any time you do not clearly understand any safety information in the U.S. English publications. Replacement or additional copies of safety information documentation can be obtained by calling the IBM Hotline at 1-800-300-8751.
  • Page 8 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 9 v Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. Do not place objects on top of rack-mounted devices. v Each rack cabinet might have more than one power cord. Be sure to disconnect all power cords in the rack cabinet when directed to disconnect power during servicing.
  • Page 10 CAUTION: Removing components from the upper positions in the rack cabinet improves rack stability during relocation. Follow these general guidelines whenever you relocate a populated rack cabinet within a room or building. v Reduce the weight of the rack cabinet by removing equipment starting at the top of the rack cabinet.
  • Page 11 DANGER: Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. (L002) (L003) Safety notices...
  • Page 12 DANGER: Multiple power cords. The product might be equipped with multiple power cords. To remove all hazardous voltages, disconnect all power cords. (L003) (L007) CAUTION: A hot surface nearby. (L007) (L008) Power Systems: Chassis management card for the EMX0 PCIe Gen3 I/O expansion drawer...
  • Page 13 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 14 (C048) CAUTION regarding IBM provided VENDOR LIFT TOOL: v Operation of LIFT TOOL by authorized personnel only. v LIFT TOOL intended for use to assist, lift, install, remove units (load) up into rack elevations. It is not to be used loaded transporting over major ramps nor as a replacement for such designated tools like pallet jacks, walkies, fork trucks and such related relocation practices.
  • Page 15 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: The equipment is suitable for installation in the following: v Network telecommunications facilities...
  • Page 16 Power Systems: Chassis management card for the EMX0 PCIe Gen3 I/O expansion drawer...
  • Page 17: Chassis Management Card For The Emx0 Pcie Gen3 I/O Expansion Drawer

    4. Remove the front cover by removing the screws (B) and then pulling the front cover (A) away from the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer by using your fingers. See Figure 1 on page 2. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2015, 2016...
  • Page 18 Figure 1. Removing the front cover 5. Attach the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap. Your system has an ESD jack. Plug the ESD wrist strap into the ESD jack that is located at the front of the system. See Figure 2. Figure 2.
  • Page 19: Removing The Chassis Management Card From The Emx0 Pcie3 Expansion Drawer

    Removing the chassis management card from the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer To remove the chassis management card from the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap attached. If not, attach it now. 2.
  • Page 20 Figure 4. Disconnecting the power cord from a power supply in the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer 4. Grasp the end of the latching handle (A) and press it down to unlock the chassis management card. See Figure 5. 5. Using your hand to support the bottom of the chassis management card, slide it out of the backplane. See Figure 5.
  • Page 21: Replacing The Chassis Management Card In The Emx0 Pcie3 Expansion Drawer

    Replacing the chassis management card in the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer To replace the chassis management card in the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap attached. If not, attach it now. 2.
  • Page 22: Preparing The System For Operation After Removing And Replacing The Chassis Management Card In The Emx0 Pcie3 Expansion Drawer

    Figure 7. Connecting the power cord to the power supply in the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer Preparing the system for operation after removing and replacing the chassis management card in the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer To prepare the system for operation after removing and replacing the chassis management card in the EMX0 PCIe3 expansion drawer, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 23 2. Replace the front cover (A) by pressing the cover onto the locating pins (B). If the cover had screws (C) when the cover was removed, secure the cover with the screws. See Figure 9. Figure 9. Replacing the front cover Note: You might need to remove the service information card before you replace the cover.
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  • Page 25: Common Procedures For Removing Or Replacing The Chassis Management Card

    These precautions are intended to create a safe environment to service your system and do not provide steps for servicing your system. The installation, removal, and replacement procedures provide the step-by-step processes required to service your system. © Copyright IBM Corp. 2015, 2016...
  • Page 26 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 27 1. If you are installing a new feature, ensure that you have the software required to support the new feature. See IBM Prerequisite. 2. If you are performing an installation or replacement procedure that might put your data at risk, ensure, wherever possible, that you have a current backup of your system or logical partition (including operating systems, licensed programs, and data).
  • Page 28: Control Panel Leds

    7. If you encounter difficulties during the installation, contact your service provider, your IBM reseller, or your next level of support. 8. If you are installing new hardware in a logical partition, you need to understand and plan for the implications of partitioning your system.
  • Page 29: Enabling Enclosure Or Server Indicators With The Asmi

    v A: Power-on button – A constant light indicates full system power to the unit. – A flashing light indicates standby power to the unit. – There is approximately a 30-second transition period from the time the power-on button is pressed to when the power LED goes from flashing to solid.
  • Page 30: Starting A System By Using The Control Panel

    Starting a system by using the control panel You can use the power button on the control panel to start a system that is not managed by a Hardware Management Console (HMC). To start a system by using the control panel, complete the following steps: 1.
  • Page 31: Starting A System By Using The Asmi

    – A constant light indicates a fault in the enclosure. – No light indicates that the system is operating normally. v E: Eject button v F: Function/Data display v G: Pinhole reset button v H: Decrement button v I: Enter button v J: Increment button 4.
  • Page 32: Starting A System Or Logical Partition By Using The Hmc Enhanced + Tech Preview (Pre-Ga) Or Hmc Enhanced+ Interface

    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 33: Stopping A System Or Logical Partition

    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 34: Stopping A System By Using The Hmc

    Stopping a system by using the HMC You can use the Hardware Management Console (HMC) to stop the system or logical partition. By default, the managed system is set to power off automatically when you shut down the last running logical partition on the managed system.
  • Page 35: Stopping An Ibm Powerkvm System

    Click OK. Stopping an IBM PowerKVM system You can use the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) to stop an IBM PowerKVM system. To stop an IBM PowerKVM system, complete the following steps: 1. Log in to the host as a root user or with sudo authority.
  • Page 36: Removing 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 37: Repairing A Part By Using The Hmc

    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 38: Verifying A Part By Using The Operating System Or Vios

    Verifying a part by using the operating system or VIOS If you installed a new feature or replaced a part, you might want to use the tools in the operating system or Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) to verify that the feature or part is recognized by the system or logical partition.
  • Page 39 v No: If a service request number (SRN) or other reference code is displayed, suspect a loose adapter or cable connection. Review the procedures for the part that you replaced to ensure that the new part is installed correctly. If you cannot correct the problem, collect all SRNs or any other reference code information that you see.
  • Page 40: Verifying The Installed Part By Using An Ibm I System Or Logical Partition

    2. Sign on with at least service level authority. 3. On the command line of the IBM i session, type strsst and press Enter. Note: If you cannot get to the System Service Tools display, use function 21 from the control panel.
  • Page 41: Verifying An Installed Part By Using A Linux System Or Logical Partition

    7. Select Logical hardware resources (buses, IOPs, controllers) from the Hardware Service Manager display and press Enter. This option allows you to display and work with logical resources. Logical hardware resources are the functional resources of the system used by the operating system. With the Logical Hardware Resources display, you can show logical hardware resource status or information, and associated packaging hardware resources.
  • Page 42: Verifying An Installed Part Or Replaced Part On A System Or Logical Partition By Using Virtual I/O Server Tools

    Tip: If a service request number (SRN) or other reference code is displayed, suspect a loose adapter or cable connection. Note: If you received an SRN or any other reference code when you attempted to start the system, contact your service provider for assistance. 8.
  • Page 43: Verify The Replacement Part By Using Vios

    v No: If a service request number (SRN) or other reference code is displayed, suspect a loose adapter or cable connection. Review the installation procedures to ensure that the new part is installed correctly. If you cannot correct the problem, collect all SRNs or any other reference code information that you see.
  • Page 44 v Yes: Go to step 7. 6. Did the Testing Complete, No trouble was found message appear? v No: There is still a problem. Contact your service provider. This ends the procedure. v Yes: Select Log Repair Action, if not previously logged, from the Task Selection menu to update the error log.
  • Page 45: Verifying The Installed Part By Using The Hmc

    Verifying the installed part by using the HMC If you have installed or replaced a part, use the Hardware Management Console (HMC) to update your HMC records after you have completed a service action on your server. If you have reference codes, symptoms, or location codes that you used during the service action, locate the records for use during this procedure.
  • Page 46: Verifying A Repair

    v If you are using an HMC Enhanced + Tech Preview (Pre-GA) or HMC Enhanced+ interface, in the navigation area, click the Serviceability icon , and then click Serviceable Events Manager. 2. Select the criteria for the serviceable events that you want to view, and click OK. The Serviceable Event Overview window opens.
  • Page 47: Verifying The Repair In Aix

    “Verifying the repair in AIX” v “Verifying the repair in Linux” on page 35 v “Verifying a repair by using an IBM i system or logical partition” on page 34 v “Verifying the repair on an IBM PowerKVM system” on page 35 v “Verifying the repair from the management console”...
  • Page 48 Note: The AIX diagnostic service aid was used if a resource was removed by using the Hot Plug task. 5. If any FRUs have been removed that should be reinstalled, reinstall them now: a. If the system is not powered on, power it on now. b.
  • Page 49 Note: If the check log indicator is on, this action will set it back to the normal state. Perform the following steps: a. Select the resource that has been replaced from the Resource Repair Action menu. If the repair action was reseating a cable or adapter, select the resource associated with that repair action. If the resource associated with your action is not displayed on the resource list, select sysplanar0.
  • Page 50: Verifying A Repair By Using An Ibm I System Or Logical Partition

    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 51: 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 52: Verifying The Repair From The Management Console

    2. The reference code description might provide information or an action that you can take to correct the failure. Use the search function of IBM Knowledge Center to find the reference code details. The search function is located in the upper-left corner of IBM Knowledge Center. Read the reference code description and return here.
  • Page 53: Closing A Service Call

    v Server verification has been performed and there are no problems that require additional service actions. v If the repair was done by using the HMC online repair procedures, ensure that the original serviceable event is now closed. 1. Is a management console used to manage the server that you are servicing? v Yes: Continue with the next step.
  • Page 54 – 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 41. – If the server is running IBM PowerKVM, go to “Closing a service call by using IBM PowerKVM” on page 44.
  • Page 55 v Yes: Go to step 11. v No: Continue with the next step. 10. The FRU list is different. Is the FRU you replaced and recorded in step 1 on page 38 in the list of FRUs for this service action event? v Yes: Continue with the next step.
  • Page 56 28. From the list of all partitions, open the HMC virtual terminal window of a partition, and then type diag at the AIX command prompt. 29. When the diagnostic operating instructions are displayed, complete the following steps: a. Press Enter. b.
  • Page 57: Closing A Service Call By Using Aix Or Linux

    v Yes: Continue with the next step. v No: Go to step 34 on page 40 to process the next partition in the list you recorded in step 14 on page 39. 39. If the system attention LED is still on, turn off the LED as described in “Activating and deactivating LEDs”...
  • Page 58 For instructions about running stand-alone diagnostics from a NIM server, go to Running the stand-alone diagnostics from a Network Installation Management server. Did you encounter any problems? v Yes: Go to Problem analysis. v No: Continue with the next step. 6.
  • Page 59 12. Run a test on a resource that has an entry in the AIX error log, in the system verification mode. If the test on the resource was successful, the Resource Repair Action menu is displayed. After replacing a FRU, select the resource for that FRU from the Resource Repair Action menu. This updates the AIX error log to indicate that a system-detectable FRU has been replaced.
  • Page 60: Closing A Service Call By Using Ibm Powerkvm

    16. The system hardware is functioning correctly. Return the server to the state that the customer normally uses, such as IPL type, IPL mode, and the way the system is configured or partitioned. Closing a service call by using IBM PowerKVM Perform the following steps to prepare the server to return to the customer.
  • Page 61 2. On the IVM, open Manage Serviceable Events and look at existing serviceable events. 3. Are there any service action events that are open? v Yes: Continue with the next step. v No: If the system attention LED is still on, turn off the LED as described in “Activating and deactivating LEDs”...
  • Page 62 v No: Go to step 22. 21. Click OK to close the service action event. 22. Is the list of all partitions you recorded in step 11 on page 45 empty? v Yes: Go to step 30. v No: Continue with the next step. 23.
  • Page 63: Activating And Deactivating Leds

    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 64: Deactivating A System Attention Led Or Partition Led By Using The Management Console

    Deactivating a system attention LED or partition LED by using the management console You can deactivate a system attention LED or a logical partition LED if you decide that a problem is not a high priority and you decide to repair the problem at a later time. You can do this task from the Hardware Management Console (HMC).
  • Page 65: Activating Or Deactivating An Identify Led By Using The Management Console

    – An indication that you cannot activate the logical partition LED. Activating or deactivating an identify LED by using the management console You can activate or deactivate an identify LED for components attached to the system from the Hardware Management Console (HMC). The system provides several LEDs that help identify various components in the system, such as enclosures or field-replaceable units (FRUs).
  • Page 66: Deactivating A System Attention Led Or Logical Partition Led By Using The Advanced System Management Interface

    Deactivating a system attention LED or logical partition LED by using the Advanced System Management Interface You can deactivate a system attention LED or a logical partition LED by using the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI). 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.
  • Page 67: Enabling Enclosure Indicators

    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 68: 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 69: Deactivating A System Attention Led By Using The Asmi

    Deactivating a system attention LED by using the ASMI You can use the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI) to deactivate a system attention LED. Deactivating the identify LED by using the ASMI when you know the location code Learn how to deactivate the identify LED by using the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI) when you know the location code.
  • Page 70: Deactivating Leds By Using The Hmc

    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 that of service and support, the check log indicator lights continuously. The check log indicator is turned on when an entry is made in the service processor error log.
  • Page 71: Deactivating An Identify Led For A Fru By Using The Hmc

    2. Click the server name for which you want to deactivate the attention LED. 3. In the navigation area, click System Actions > Attention LED. 4. Click Turn Attention LED Off. A confirmation window that provides the following information is displayed.
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