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Authorized Dealer to make arrangements for them to install the expansion unit for a fee. If you would like IBM to plan your installation, you may do one of the following: v Call 1-800-IBM-4YOU. v Call the AS/400 ®...
The configurator then determined if you needed to add an optical card or an SPCN card. If you received these features in your new expansion unit package, contact IBM or an Authorized Dealer to make arrangements to have them installed.
Table 1 shows the weight and dimensions of the 5066 Expansion Unit. Table 1. 5066 Weight and Size descriptions Weight (fully configured) 1600 lb (725 kg) Width 25.5 in (650 mm) Depth 40 in (1020 mm) Height 71 in (1800 mm) The 5066 has a floor loading of 86 lb/ft (420 kg/m ).
Figure 1. Planning for redundant link one expansion unit Figure 2. Planning for redundant link with two expansion units Chapter 1. Preparing to set up your 5065 or 5066...
Do not remove the dust covers from the connectors until you are ready to clean the connectors and attach the cables. v If the dust caps have been in place, IBM recommends that you clean the connectors before attaching them.
If you need to clean the connectors, follow the instructions in the Fiber Optic Cleaning Kit (IBM part 5453521). v Use care when you connect the cables to prevent damage to the housing or to the end of the fiber-optical cable.
Note: If you encounter difficulties during the installation, contact your authorized dealer or service provider. __ 5. After your system unit has completely powered down, power off all PCs and devices, such as printers and display stations, that are connected to the system unit.
This chapter explains how to set up your 5065 Expansion Unit. This chapter has two sets of directions: v “Connecting your 5065 directly to your AS/400e system unit”. v “Connecting your 5065 Expansion Unit in a loop” on page 12.
Figure 7. Opening or removing 5065 Expansion Unit back cover __ 7. Refer to Figure 8 on page 9 and install the SPCN cable (PN 21F9469) by performing the following steps: __ a. Plug one end of the SPCN cable into the SPCN connector J15 on the expansion unit.
Figure 8. 5065 connector locations __ 8. Install the optical cables by performing the following steps: __ a. Locate the optical connector that is labeled 0 on the back of the expansion unit. __ b. Remove the terminating plugs from the optical connector. Attention: When installing the cable connectors, use extreme care to prevent damaging the housing or scratching the ends of the fiber optic cables.
SPCN cable to it. If your system unit is an AS/400e system 620 or S20, you may also need to remove the side access cover. Go to “Appendix A. Connecting cables to your AS400e System 620 or S20”...
__ 1. If you are installing your optical cables into an AS/400e system 620 or AS/400e server 720 go to step 7. If you are installing your optical cables into any other server, go to step 2. __ 2. Locate the 2688 OLP card (Figure 11) on the back of your system unit.
Figure 12. Install Back Cover Connecting your 5065 Expansion Unit in a loop Use this procedure to connect your 5065 to an expansion unit which is already connected to your system unit. Your system unit should be powered down before you proceed.
__ 1. Find the sheet of labels for the optical cables in the information shipped with your expansion unit. Make your own, if labels are not in the information that is shipped with your expansion unit. __ 2. Find the optical and the SPCN cables in the information that is shipped with your expansion unit.
__ 8. Remove the SPCN cable (the SPCN cable between system unit and unit X) from connector J15 on unit X. Do not disconnect the cable from your system unit. __ 9. Use the latch that is shown at A to open the back cover on your expansion unit.
Figure 17. 5065 connector locations __ 14. Remove the terminating plugs from the connector on the optical cable that you labeled 1. __ 15. Install one end of the optical cable that you labeled 1 into the optical connector that is labeled 1 on your 5065. __ 16.
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Locating 5066 connectors Figure 20. 5066 connector locations Connecting your 5066 to your system unit Use the procedure below to connect your 5066 to your system unit. Your 5066 consists of two independent 5065 Expansion Units in a single frame. This procedure refers to the upper 5065 as 5066–002 and the lower 5065 as 5066–001.
Figure 21. Connecting the optical cables. Figure 22. Connecting SPCN cables 1. Find the optical cables and the SPCN cable in the information that is shipped with your expansion unit. You will use three optical cables and two SPCN cables to perform this procedure. 2.
5. Remove the dust covers from the first optical cable. RV2D880-0 Figure 24. Removing optical plug dust covers Note: If your system unit is an AS/400e system 620 or server 720 the optical cables connect to an optical cable connector with this label: BUS 06...
16. On your system unit, install one end of an SPCN cable into an available SPCN connector. The SPCN connector is labeled J15 or J16. 17. Tighten the thumbscrews. 18. On unit 5066–002, connect the other end of the SPCN cable to the SPCN connector that is labeled J15.
Notes: a. If you installed a 5066, you need to find the Frame ID and Serial Number for both 5066–002 and 5066–001. b. You can also find the Frame ID by looking at the display on the expansion unit. For example, if the Frame ID for your 5066–002 (the upper unit) is 4, a *04 will appear on the display.
AS/400e system 620 or server S20”. Removing the access cover for the AS/400e system 620 or server S20 __ 1. Refer to Figure 10 on page 10 and remove the back cover for the system unit.
Figure 27. Removing the system unit front cover __ 4. Remove the system unit top cover (Figure 28 on page 29) by doing the following: a. Find the top cover lock, shown at A , on the back of the system unit. b.
Figure 28. Removing the top cover lock Figure 29. Removing the top cover __ 5. Remove the system unit side cover (Figure 30 on page 30) as follows: a. Slide up the cover latches that are shown at A to open the louvers and expose the screws on either side of the cover.
Problem Analysis, Repair, and Parts service manual. To avoid possible explosion, do not burn or charge the battery. Exchange only with the IBM-approved part. Discard the battery as instructed by local regulations. (RSFTC241) Your system unit contains a battery.
__ 6. Push the optical cable that is labeled 1 into the OLP cable connector on the right. __ 7. Go to “Replacing the covers on your AS/400e system 620 or server S20” on page 32 Appendix A. Connecting cables to your AS400e System 620 or S20...
Figure 32. Installing optical cables in a system 620 or server S20 Replacing the covers on your AS/400e system 620 or server S20 __ 1. Install the access cover and secure with slotted-head screws. __ 2. Install the side cover for the system unit as follows: a.
b. Slide the latches (louvers) on the side covers down to latch the front cover. c. Lock the front cover. __ 7. Install the system unit back cover by doing the following: __ a. Grip the upper corners of the cover. __ b.
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5044 Expansion Rack. If your expansion unit is a 5066, count it as two 5065s. AS/400e server S20 The AS/400e server S20 will support any combination of the expansion units that are listed below. You can have a total of four expansion units: v 5065...
Table 3. Possible configuration for servers 640, 650, 730, and 740 (continued) Number of 5044s allowed Number of 5065, 5072, 5073, 5082, or 5083s allowed Setting Up Your 5065 or 5066 Expansion Unit V4R5...
You may install new disk units into the 5065 or 5066 Expansion Unit or yourself. It takes approximately 1 hour to install the hardware. You may also elect not to install the feature. Contact IBM or an authorized dealer to make arrangements for them to install the disk unit feature for a fee.
Fill the slot 5’s: D35, D40, D50 2. Your expansion unit requires a second high speed disk unit controller before you can install disk units into the following positions. Contact IBM or an Authorized Dealer if your expansion unit does not have a second high speed disk unit controller (IOA Card 2).
Figure 33. Opening the front cover door (5065) Appendix C. Installing disk units in the 5065 or 5066 Expansion Unit...
Figure 34. Opening the front cover door (5066) __ 4. Attach the disposable wrist strap to prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging a device. Notes: a. The 2209 Disposable Wrist Strap is for static control. It will not increase nor decrease your risk of receiving electric shock when using or working on electrical equipment.
c. When you unroll the wrist strap, remove the liner from the copper foil at the end. d. Attach the copper foil to an exposed, unpainted metal surface on the frame of the expansion unit (electrical ground). __ 5. Read “Concurrent procedure (system-unit powered on)” to be sure you understand the concurrent procedure before you begin.
b. On the System Configuration List, locate your expansion unit. c. Once you locate your expansion unit, look at the Logical Address field. The value for X is the second digit in the field. Place the configuration list in this book. __ 4.
Sign on as QSECOFR. __ 4. On the AS/400 Main Menu command line, type: STRSST Press the Enter key. __ 5. When the System Service Tool display appears, select the Start a service tool option. Press the Enter key. __ 6. When the Start a Service Tool display appears, select the Hardware service manager option.
Figure 36. Installing a disk unit __ 18. The green light stops blinking and remains on solid when you installed disk unit properly. __ 19. Return to the console and wait until the Concurrent Maintenance Results display appears. Press the Enter key. __ 20.
↓ Go to step 45. __ 29. On the Work with disk configuration display, select Include unit in device parity protection. __ 30. Did the Include Device Parity Protection Failed display appear? ↓ Go to step 33. __ 31. You must meet the following conditions before you can start device parity protection.
AS/400 Information Center. You can access the Information Center from the AS/400 Information Center, SK3T-2027-03 or from the following web site: http//www.as400.ibm.com/infocenter __ 52. Keep all miscellaneous parts, such as wrap connectors, with the Service Materials box or in a safe place.
__ 4. When you have completely powered down the system-unit, power off all PCs and devices, such as printers and displays, that are connected to the system-unit. __ 5. Unplug any power cords, such as printers and displays, from electrical outlets.
Figure 37. Removing the disk unit enclosure shield __ 15. Remove the long plastic connector cover from the position you will be installing the new disk unit. __ 16. Attention: Failure to follow these instructions could result in damage to the new disk unit or the expansion unit and could result in loss of data.
Figure 38. Installing a disk unit __ 20. Do you have any additional disk units to install? ↓ Repeat steps 12 on page 48 through 19 on page 49. __ 21. Do you have any other devices to install? ↓ If you have another device such as a tape unit or CD-ROM drive, go to the instructions that came with that device.
__ 26. Look at the Function/Data display on the control panel. Does a B appear in the Function/Data display? ↓ Do the following: a. Press the Up or Down select push button until 02 appears in the Function/Data display. b. Press the Enter push button on the control panel. c.
g. The disk unit that you installed should appear in the list. The serial number should match the serial number you wrote in step 13 on page Note: If the disk unit does not appear in the list, ensure that you properly installed the disk unit.
__ 43. On the Display disk configuration display, select Display disk configuration status. __ 44. Determine the auxiliary storage pool (ASP) to add the disk unit to. __ 45. Press F12, twice. __ 46. On the Work with disk configuration display, select Work with ASP configuration.
AS/400 Information Center. You can access the Information Center from the book,AS/400 Information Center, SK3T-2027-03 or from the following Web site: http//www.as400.ibm.com/infocenter __ 61. Keep all miscellaneous parts, such as wrap connectors, with the Service Materials box or in a safe place.
You may install removable media device features into the 5065 or 5066 Expansion Unit yourself. It takes approximately 1 hour to install the hardware. However, if you elect not to install the feature, contact IBM or an authorized dealer to install the removable media device feature for a fee.
Installing removable media devices This procedure gives you the introductory steps you need to install removable media devices in your expansion unit. It will help you to decide between a concurrent removable media device installation and a power down removable media device installation.
Figure 40. Opening the front cover door (5066) __ 4. Attach the disposable wrist strap to prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging a device. Notes: a. The 2209 Disposable Wrist Strap is for static control. It will not increase nor decrease your risk of receiving electric shock when using or working on electrical equipment.
c. When you unroll the wrist strap, remove the liner from the copper foil at the end. d. Attach the copper foil to an exposed, unpainted metal surface on the frame of the 5065 expansion unit (electrical ground). __ 5. Be sure you understand the complexity of the steps in “Concurrent procedure (system-unit powered on)”...
c. Once you locate your expansion unit, look at the Logical Address field. The value for X is the second digit in the field. Example: The following is an example of how to find the Direct Select Address for location D41. The Direct Select Address from Table 4 on page 41 for location D41 is 0X10 0007 00FF.
__ 14. Refer to Figure 41 and support the bottom of the removable media device assembly as you slide it half way into the next available position. Do not push it any further. __ 15. Select option 2 (Install device for the action to be performed). __ 16.
NonConcurrent procedure (system-unit powered off) __ 1. If you have installed logical partitions on your system-unit, refer to the AS/400 Information Center. At the AS/400 Information Center you can find instructions on powering down a system with logical partitions. __ 2. Ensure that all jobs are complete. __ 3.
b. If the disposable wrist strap appears damaged, discard the wrist strap immediately and contact your dealer for a replacement. Do not continue until a new wrist strap is available. c. When you unroll the wrist strap, remove the liner from the copper foil at the end.
↓ If you have another device such as a tape unit or a CD-ROM drive, refer to the instructions that came with that device. __ 19. Install the front cover on the expansion unit. DANGER An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage on metal parts of the system or the products that attach to the system.
a. On an AS/400 command line, type: DSPHDWRSC *AHW Press the Enter key. b. When the Display All Hardware Resources display appears, type 7 in the Opt column next to the feature number for the device you just installed. Press the Enter Key. If the system does not list the tape unit, ensure that you have properly installed the tape unit.
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