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FUJITSU Server BS2000
SE700 / SE500
Server Unit /390
Operating Manual
Valid for:
SE700 / SE500 / SE300 (basic software V6.1A and higher)
SE700B / SE500B / SE300B (basic software V6.2A and higher)
Edition April 2017

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  • Page 1 English FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE700 / SE500 Server Unit /390 Operating Manual Valid for: SE700 / SE500 / SE300 (basic software V6.1A and higher) SE700B / SE500B / SE300B (basic software V6.2A and higher) Edition April 2017...
  • Page 2 Gesellschaft für Technik-Dokumentation mbH www.cognitas.de Copyright and Trademarks Copyright © 2017 Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH. All rights reserved. Delivery subject to availability; right of technical modifications reserved. All hardware and software names used are trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ........5 Server Unit SU700 .
  • Page 4 Contents 4.4.2.2 (LD) PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-2 ....32 4.4.3 (ST) STATUS DISPLAY FRAME ......34 4.4.4 (MA) MANUAL OPERATION FRAME .
  • Page 5: Introduction

    1 Introduction The FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE Series unites the existing server lines S servers and SQ servers in the server line SE servers. Depending on requirements, the SE server contains all the system components needed for operation as an overall application: –...
  • Page 6 Introduction This manual described the hardware component Server Unit /390 (SU700 and SU500) and complements the Basic Operating Manual [1]. You will find a comprehensive introductory chapter in the Basic Operating Manual . The chapters "Important notes" chapter on SE server operation and "Environmental protection and service"...
  • Page 7: Server Unit Su700

    2 Server Unit SU700 This section describes the Server Unit SU700. SE700 is equipped with an SU700 as the first Server Unit. Components and ports which are not used are not described below. The SU700 enables BS2000 to execute (in Native mode on on BS2000 VMs) on /390 archi- tecture.
  • Page 8: Cpu Box

    CPU box Server Unit SU700 2.1 CPU box Depending on the configuration, the CPU box contains one or two system boards. Each system board contains a processor chip with the following features: – depending on the model, up to eight CPU cores with a joint cache –...
  • Page 9: Server Unit Su500

    3 Server Unit SU500 This section describes the Server Unit SU500. SE500 is equipped with an SU500 as the first Server Unit. Components and ports which are not used are not described below. The SU500 enables BS2000 to execute (in Native mode on on BS2000 VMs) on /390 archi- tecture.
  • Page 10: Cpu Box

    CPU box Server Unit SU500 3.1 CPU box The CPU box contains one system board. The system board contains a processor chip with the following features: – four CPU cores with a joint cache – two IOPs (I/O processors) – one Mac (Memory Access Controller) The CPU box, together with AROMA-P, occupies six height units (HUs) in the rack.
  • Page 11: Operating The Service Processor

    4 Operating the service processor The service processor (SVP) is operated under menu guidance via the “SVP Console Window”. The SVP console window is made available by the SE Manager when the SVP console is called. Jobs are assigned to the service processor via special SVP frames (in this chapter abbre- viated to: frames).
  • Page 12: Opening The Svp Console

    Opening the SVP console Operating the service processor 4.1 Opening the SVP console Proceed as follows to log in on the SE Manager as an administrator: When you log in Ê as an operator, the account must have the SVP right. After you have logged in successfully, you can access the functions of the SE Manager and consequently also those for operating the operating system (BS2000 or VM2000) on the Server Unit.
  • Page 13 Operating the service processor Opening the SVP console A new window opens in which a terminal emulation sets up the connection to the SVP console: Confirm connection setup with the [ENTER] key. Ê After a brief wait time, the SVP frame below is displayed: After the server has been started: the MODE SELECTION FRAME (see page ●...
  • Page 14: General Svp Frame Structure

    General SVP frame structure Operating the service processor 4.2 General SVP frame structure ---- FRAME XXXXXX: YYYYYY ---- Line Display area 1-21 System status messages 22-23 SVP messages Command entry Hardware status Status displays at the operating terminal Column: 50 51 Figure 1: General structure of a frame Each frame is divided into different areas: Lines 1 - 21...
  • Page 15: System Status Messages In Line 22

    Operating the service processor General SVP frame structure 4.2.1 System status messages in line 22 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 CL-n SYS-DOWN PSW = xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx...
  • Page 16: System Status Messages In Line 23

    General SVP frame structure Operating the service processor 4.2.2 System status messages in line 23 The following picture shows the extended area of the system status messages in line 23: ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 ..+ ..0 CE HD TEST PW CHK Maintenance mode...
  • Page 17: Hardware Status Display In Line 24

    Operating the service processor General SVP frame structure 4.2.3 Hardware status display in line 24 The following diagram shows the format of the hardware status display in line 24: ccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc FLAG CODE = FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF []-[]00 Figure 4: Format of the status display in lines 24 and 25 Meaning of the status information in line 24: Column Icon Meaning...
  • Page 18: Status Displays In Line 25

    General SVP frame structure Operating the service processor 4.2.4 Status displays in line 25 Displays in line 25 of the SVP console and their meaning: Column Icon Meaning The console is ready The SVP is active 10 - 25 none The SVP is ready for input Input locked 12 - 25...
  • Page 19: Using Svp Frames

    Operating the service processor Using SVP frames 4.3 Using SVP frames You assign a job to the SVP by invoking the relevant frame, selecting the desired function, and specifying the required parameters. To select a function or specify a parameter, you must enter the alphanumeric characters shown in the frame in the input fields marked by an arrow (=>).
  • Page 20 Using SVP frames Operating the service processor Some function keys are labeled with the name of the function they are most frequently used for (e.g. [INDEX] instead of [PF2]). Function key [PF20] (stop function) has no function in order to provide protection against it being pressed inadvertently and is therefore not offered on the virtual keyboard.
  • Page 21 Operating the service processor Using SVP frames PF.. Function key of the Alternative entry on Name Function virtual keyboard the keyboard PF16 [PF16] Change CPU Selects the CPU for which the subse- [ESC] [SHIFT] [F6] quent commands are to apply. This CPU is then connected logically with the SVP.
  • Page 22: Switching Between Svp Frames

    Using SVP frames Operating the service processor 4.3.2 Switching between SVP frames A switch between the frames is only possible within a specified scheme or via an FR command. The possible switches between the frames are possible: FR command [ModSel] ML MODE SELECTION FRAME LD PROGRAM LOAD FRAME ST STATUS DISPLAY FRAME...
  • Page 23: Options For Switching Between Frames

    Operating the service processor Using SVP frames 4.3.3 Options for switching between frames The following table shows the options for switching to another frame in the SVP window. Button Effect Only in CE mode: by clicking on this button you switch from any frame directly to [INDEX] the index frame.
  • Page 24: Svp Frames And Subframes

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4 SVP frames and subframes The frames are used by the operator for sending jobs to the SVP and for receiving replies from the SVP. Some frames have up to seven subframes. The subframes contain other, more detailed functions and information which does not fit in the main frame.
  • Page 25 Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes FUNCTION => The desired function can be selected by entry of a number listed in the EXECUTION column or a letter combination listed in the SELECTION column. SELECTION=> After entering the appropriate letter combination you can switch to the following SVP FRAMEs: LD PROGRAM LOAD Load BS2000...
  • Page 26 SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor CPU SELECT => A particular CPU can be selected here for the functions in the EXECUTION selection menu (see the previous page). The CPUs available are displayed in the two lines below this. 0 ...
  • Page 27: Ld) Program Load Frame: Basic

    Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes 4.4.2 (LD) PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: BASIC ----- PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: BASIC ----- E90L01G -LOAD FUNCTION- ==> *1 START AUTO *2 START FAST *3 START DIAL *4 START *5 SYSTEM DUMP *ENTER EXECUTE *PF7 GO TO DETAIL-1 *FR AU5...
  • Page 28: Ld) Program Load Frame: Detail-1

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor Frame-specific functions Executes IPL / SYSTEM DUMP [ENTER] After making your entries in the mask and pressing the [ENTER] key, the following prompt will appear: *********************************** * ARE YOU SURE ? (ENTER Y OR N) N * *********************************** CAUTION! The IPL must not be executed during system operation! If this...
  • Page 29 Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes Before completing this frame, check whether the correct firmware for operating Native BS2000 or VM2000 has been loaded by the SVP. Information on this is provided in the DETAIL-2 STATUS field. DETAIL-2 STATUS In this position the current settings of the PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-2 are displayed.
  • Page 30 SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor IPL DEVICE ==> By entering the corresponding number in this field you can specify from which device group an IPL is to be executed. PRESET GROUP The first device address in this column is the device from which an IPL is to be executed.
  • Page 31 Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes MT CONTROL ==> IPL from tape: from current tape position skip label then load NL-REWIND rewind then load SL-REWIND rewind, skip label then load Function 3 must be selected for an IPL of a real or emulated tape device. Frame-specific functions [ENTER] Executes IPL / SYSTEM DUMP After making your entries in the mask and pressing the [ENTER] key, the following...
  • Page 32: Ld) Program Load Frame: Detail-2

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4.2.2 (LD) PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-2 ----- PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-2 ----- E90L01G -VM MODE- -IPL EXECUTION- ==> 2 ==> 1 *1 NATIVE >*1 ENABLE >*2 AVM/EX *2 DISABLE *ENTER EXECUTE *PF3 GO TO BASIC FRAME *PF9 GO TO DETAIL-1...
  • Page 33 Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes Frame-specific functions [ENTER] Sets operating mode. After selecting the firmware to be loaded in the field and entering Ê VM MODE ==> in the field, press the [ENTER] key. IPL EXECUTION ==> The following prompt appears on the screen: *********************************** * ARE YOU SURE ? (ENTER Y OR N) N *...
  • Page 34: St) Status Display Frame

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4.3 (ST) STATUS DISPLAY FRAME Figure 10: STATUS DISPLAY FRAME screen This frame informs you about the current status of the server and its individual components (power on/off, online/offline, normal/maintenance state, etc.). Components which are not installed are not displayed.
  • Page 35: Ma) Manual Operation Frame

    Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes 4.4.4 (MA) MANUAL OPERATION FRAME Figure 11: MANUAL OPERATION FRAME screen By making an entry in this frame and pressing the [ENTER] key, you can perform various manual operations. Instructions on this frame are only executed when the CPU has been stopped (see message in frame line 23).
  • Page 36 SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor The following table shows the additional entries required for each of the three main functions in other input fields: Input field Function RATE UNIT ADRS ADRS ADRS ADRS CONTROL ADRS TYPE COMP COMP SELECT MODE...
  • Page 37: Ad) Alter/Display Frame

    Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes ADRS SET => Compare stop address XXXX address space larger than 32 bits XXXXXXXX 32-bit address ADRS COMP MODE => Address compare stop mode RESET Switches off address compare stop and resets address compare stop conditions in the fields ADRS TYPE, ADRS COMP SELECT and ADRS Switches on address compare stop...
  • Page 38 SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor Selection of a CPU by clicking on [PF16] Ê Stopping of the selected CPU (see (ML) MODE SELECTION FRAME page Ê FUNCTION => The following function is selected after the corresponding letter has been entered: ALTER change and modify memory contents...
  • Page 39 Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes Frame-specific functions [PF9] When you click on this button, the following subframe is displayed: Figure 13: ALTER/DISPLAY FRAME screen By making the appropriate entries and pressing the [ENTER] key, you can use this frame to change and display the contents of important CPU registers.
  • Page 40 SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor FACILITY => Possible displays of registers: General register Program status word Control register Feature control register Floating-point register Prefix register Access register Hyper register Extended control register Address modulation register Extended control register EX EPRX Extended prefix register Additional display, if IEEE Arithmetic Operation Mechanism is activated:...
  • Page 41: Me) Message Frame

    Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes 4.4.6 (ME) MESSAGE FRAME ----- MESSAGE FRAME ----- E90L01G NEWEST LINE = 0776 LINE ID MESSAGE MM/DD HH:MM:SS 0759 01 X2LA9 FUNCTION: ST 03/25 14:47:23 0760 01 X2SA9 SSU0 03/25 14:48:56 0761 01 E2SA1 COMMAND NOT FOUND 03/25 14:48:56 0762 01...
  • Page 42: Ch) Ch/Subch Status Display Frame: Channel

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4.7 (CH) CH/SUBCH STATUS DISPLAY FRAME: CHANNEL Figure 15: CH/SUBCH STATUS DISPLAY FRAME: CHANNEL screen By making entries in the input fields and pressing the [ENTER] key, you display the status of the I/O system.
  • Page 43 Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes IOP NO => channel processor 0 ... 7 CHPID => channel path number 000 ... 0FF LCHADR => logical channel address no input required LINKADR => link address for type-S channel (not supported on SU /390) LCUADR =>...
  • Page 44: Au) Auxiliary Frame: Menu

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4.8 (AU) AUXILIARY FRAME: MENU Figure 16: AUXILIARY FRAME: MENU screen You can move to other frames by making entries in this menu frame and pressing the [ENTER] key. SELECTION => The following subframes are displayed on the screen by entering the appropriate number: REAL CLOCK displaying/setting SVP clock...
  • Page 45: Au1) Auxiliary Frame: Real Clock

    Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes 4.4.8.1 (AU1) AUXILIARY FRAME: REAL CLOCK ----- AUXILIARY FRAME: REAL CLOCK ----- E90L01G-03C+030 YYYY MM DD HH MM SS 2015.01.25 15:26:47 *PF6 CANCEL *PF12 TIMER SET CL-0 CPU-0 CHP-0 []-[]00 Figure 17: AUXILIARY FRAME: REAL CLOCK screen When the screen is invoked, the current date and time of the SVP are displayed.
  • Page 46: Au2) Auxiliary Frame: Iorsf Control

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4.8.2 (AU2) AUXILIARY FRAME: IORSF CONTROL Figure 18: AUXILIARY FRAME: IORSF CONTROL screen The IORSF files are displayed in this frame. The file number of the current IORSF is displayed in the field.
  • Page 47 Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes SAVE saves one or all IORSFs: enter the number or the value (All) in the field SAVE NO. OR A(ALL) ==> Ë RESTORE restores an IORSF: enter the numbers in the field RESTORE NO.
  • Page 48: Au3) Auxiliary Frame: Related Scb's

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4.8.3 (AU3) AUXILIARY FRAME: RELATED SCB’S Figure 19: AUXILIARY FRAME: RELATED SCB’S screen Changes in this frame are reserved for the Customer Support. U41859-J-Z126-2-76...
  • Page 49: Au4) Auxiliary Frame: Power Stand-By/Impl

    Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes 4.4.8.4 (AU4) AUXILIARY FRAME: POWER STAND-BY/IMPL ----- AUXILIARY FRAME: POWER STAND-BY/IMPL ----- E90L01G FUNCTION=> *1 POWER STAND-BY *2 IMPL CL-0 CPU-0 CHP-0 []-[]00 Figure 20: AUXILIARY FRAME: POWER STAND-BY/IMPL screen By making an entry in this frame and pressing the [ENTER] key, you can switch the server off or re-initialize it.
  • Page 50: Au5) Auxiliary Frame: Load Preset1

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4.8.5 (AU5) AUXILIARY FRAME: LOAD PRESET1 ----- AUXILIARY FRAME: LOAD PRESET1 ----- E90L01G -START MODE- -IPL DEVICE- ==> 1 >1 START AUTO 1 PRESET GROUP -----------------+ *2 START FAST 2 CURRENT GROUP --------+ *3 START DIAL 3 UNIT ADDRESS -+ *4 START...
  • Page 51 Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes POWER ON IPL ==> Here you determine the behavior of the SVP after switching on. ENABLE automatically executes IPL after IMPL DISABLE does not execute IPL, i.e. IPL must be triggered manually using PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: BASIC or PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-1 INITIAL FRAME ==>...
  • Page 52 SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor Frame-specific functions Storing settings [PF12] switches to the LOAD PRESET2 screen [PF9] ----- AUXILIARY FRAME: LOAD PRESET2 ----- E90L01G -VM MODE- ==> 2 *1 NATIVE >2 AVM/EX -START IPL NO- ==> 1 >1 FIX(1) *2 CURRENT *PF12...
  • Page 53: Mf) Msf Frame

    Operating the service processor SVP frames and subframes 4.4.9 (MF) MSF FRAME ----- MSF FRAME: FLAG CODE LOG DISPLAY ----- E90L01G INITIALIZED 2010.03.11 15:43:23 LAST SEQ 0538 NODE:SELF 1/14 UNIT FLAG CODE DATE TIME KIND LINK INFORMATION *0538 A9 7M12 3C 006D2H00 03.16 16:50:42 ATTN HC27 SP4...
  • Page 54: Pa) Performance Analyzer Frame

    SVP frames and subframes Operating the service processor 4.4.10 (PA) PERFORMANCE ANALYZER FRAME ---- PERFORMANCE ANALYZER FRAME ---- E90L01G FUNCTION => STATUS DISABLE / STOP 1 ENABLE & ITEM SELECT LOGGING STOP 2 DISABLE 3 START & DISPLAY ------- CH BUSY LEVEL -------- 4 START &...
  • Page 55: Examples Of Svp Operation

    Operating the service processor Examples of SVP operation 4.5 Examples of SVP operation 4.5.1 Selecting IORSF The steps described below are required to load a specific IORSF the next time IMPL takes place or the next time the system is switched on. IORSF with Level 2 is selected in the example below.
  • Page 56 Examples of SVP operation Operating the service processor Invoke the AUXILIARY FRAME: MENU screen Enter in the FUNCTION=> field and then press the [ENTER] key, Ê MODE SELECTION FRAME Frame ID Frame name enter the command in line 24 and press the [ENTER] key. Ê...
  • Page 57 Operating the service processor Examples of SVP operation Invoking IORSF Control Frame Enter in the SELECTION=> field. Press the [ENTER] key. Ê If the frame code is entered in the MODE SELECTION FRAME or the command is entered in line 24, the following frame is displayed immediately. The AUXILIARY FRAME: IORSF CONTROL screen is displayed: Figure 27: AUXILIARY FRAME: IORSF CONTROL screen The first four IORSF are displayed in the upper portion of the screen.
  • Page 58: Activating Iorsf

    Examples of SVP operation Operating the service processor 4.5.2 Activating IORSF The set IORSF must be activated with an IMPL: Requirement You are in the AUXILIARY FRAME: IORSF CONTROL. Click on [RETURN] to switch back to the AUXILIARY FRAME: MENU. Ê...
  • Page 59: Setting Up Program Load Frame Preset1

    Operating the service processor Examples of SVP operation 4.5.3 Setting up PROGRAM LOAD FRAME PRESET1 In this example, you specify: LOAD function 1 with the name AUTO (AUTO=Automatic Startup) for a ● POWER ON IPL Device number of the IPL device to be used for a POWER ON IPL (currently A108) ●...
  • Page 60 Examples of SVP operation Operating the service processor The AUXILIARY FRAME: LOAD PRESET1 screen is displayed: ----- AUXILIARY FRAME: LOAD PRESET1 ----- E90L01G -START MODE- -IPL DEVICE- ==> 1 >1 START AUTO 1 PRESET GROUP -----------------+ *2 START FAST 2 CURRENT GROUP --------+ *3 START DIAL 3 UNIT ADDRESS -+ *4 START...
  • Page 61: Setting Up Program Load Frame Preset2

    Operating the service processor Examples of SVP operation 4.5.4 Setting up PROGRAM LOAD FRAME PRESET2 In the PROGRAM LOAD FRAME PRESET2 you specify which operating mode is to be set after the server is switched on. The following are specified in the example below: VM2000 operating mode ●...
  • Page 62: Executing Ipl In Program Load Frame: Detail-1

    Examples of SVP operation Operating the service processor Store parameters Click on [PF12] Ê The values entered are saved and thus made known to the SVP. These settings are accessed for each IPL. 4.5.5 Executing IPL in PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-1 The IPL can be executed manually according to the setting using PROGRAM LOAD FRAME DETAIL-1.
  • Page 63 Operating the service processor Examples of SVP operation In the example the PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-1 is displayed: ----- PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-1 ----- E90L01G -LOAD FUNCTION- -IPL DEVICE- ==> ==> 2 *1 START AUTO *1 PRESET GROUP ------------------+ *2 START FAST >*2 CURRENT GROUP --------+ *3 START DIAL *3 UNIT ADDRESS -+...
  • Page 64 Examples of SVP operation Operating the service processor If the DETAIL-2 STATUS is correct, fill in the entry fields as follows: ----- PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-1 ----- E90L01G -LOAD FUNCTION- -IPL DEVICE- ==> 3 ==> 3 *1 START AUTO *1 PRESET GROUP ------------------+ *2 START FAST >*2 CURRENT GROUP --------+ *3 START DIAL...
  • Page 65 Operating the service processor Examples of SVP operation executes IPL Press the [[ENTER] key after you have checked all the settings. Ê The following prompt appears on the screen: *********************************** * ARE YOU SURE ? (ENTER Y OR N) N * *********************************** CAUTION! The IPL must not be executed during system operation!
  • Page 66: Setting Operating Mode Via Program Load Frame: Detail-2

    Examples of SVP operation Operating the service processor 4.5.6 Setting operating mode via PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-2 The operating mode can be set anew according to the setting using PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-2. This selects the appropriate firmware for running BS2000 or VM2000. The following are specified in the example below: VM2000 operating mode ●...
  • Page 67 Operating the service processor Examples of SVP operation Storing settings After you have checked all the settings, click on [PF9] to store them and to switch to Ê PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: DETAIL-1. The new setting is displayed under VM MODE: in the DETAIL-2 STATUS field. VM MODE: AVM/EX is now displayed.
  • Page 68 Examples of SVP operation Operating the service processor U41859-J-Z126-2-76...
  • Page 69: Hnc (High Speed Net Connect)

    Detailed information on the various hardware components and interfaces of the HNC is provided in the data sheet "FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE Series". See the product site for the relevant server at http://www.fujitsu.com/de: Go to Products → Servers → BS2000 → FUJITSU Server BS2000 and select SE700 or Ê SE500.
  • Page 70: Front Of The Hnc

    Front of the HNC HNC (High Speed Net Connect) 5.1 Front of the HNC Figure 34: HNC M1 - front Bild 35: HNC M2 - front Indicators on the front panel of HNC M1 Figure 36: HNC M1 (front panel) 1 HDD/SDD error indicator 10 HDD/SSD activity indicator 2 PSU fault indicator...
  • Page 71 HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Front of the HNC 8 CSS indicator (notify Customer Support) 17 Optical drive activity indicator 9 Global error indicator (notify Customer Support) 18 ID card (green) Indicators on the front panel of HNC M2 3 4 5 6 9 10 Bild 37: HNC M2 (front panel) Reset button (for Customer Support only)
  • Page 72: Controls

    Front of the HNC HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Controls Identification (ID) button Lights up (blue) on the front and on the rear of the HNC when the ID button is pressed. The two ID indicators are synchronized. On/Off button When the HNC is switched off, it is switched on again by pressing the On/Off button once.
  • Page 73 HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Front of the HNC Indicators on the operating panel Power-on indicator (three colors) Lights up orange when the HNC is switched off but line voltage is present. Lights up yellow during power up delay. If the HNC is switched off and then immediately switched on again, it is only restarted after a power up delay.
  • Page 74 Front of the HNC HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Hard disk drive control indicators Figure 38: Front - Detailed view: Indicators on a hard disk module HDD BUSY (green) – Lights up: HDD in active phase – Does not light up: HDD inactive HDD FAULT (orange) (in conjunction with a RAID controller) –...
  • Page 75: Rear Of The Hnc

    HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Rear of the HNC 5.2 Rear of the HNC Figure 39: HNC M1 - rear Bild 40: HNC M2 - rear ID/CSS/Global error indicator Figure 41: ID/CSS/Global error indicator (HNC M1) U41859-J-Z126-2-76...
  • Page 76 Rear of the HNC HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Figure 42: ID/CSS/Global error indicator (HNC M2) ID/CSS/Global error indicator ID indicator (blue) Lights up blue when the HNC has been selected by pressing the ID button. To deactivate, press the button again. CSS and Global error indicator (yellow/orange) Generally, the states of these indicators have the following meanings: –...
  • Page 77 HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Rear of the HNC LAN indicators unused SYS1 SYS2 (System LAN ports) Figure 43: LAN indicators (HNC M1) unused SYS1 SYS2 (System LAN ports) Figure 44: LAN indicators (HNC M2) 1 LAN activity indicator Lights up green if a LAN connection exists. Does not light up if no LAN connection exists.
  • Page 78 Rear of the HNC HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Indicator on hot-plug power supply unit Figure 45: Indicator on hot-plug power supply unit Indicator on hot-plug power supply unit (two colors) Flashes green when the HNC is switched off, but line voltage is present (standby mode). Lights up green when the HNC is switched on and functioning properly.
  • Page 79 HNC (High Speed Net Connect) Rear of the HNC Assignment of the PCIe slots The assignment of the PCIe slots differs from HNC M1 to HNC M2. PCIe slot assignment on an HNC M1 SYS1 SYS2 USB ports (System LAN ports) Figure 46: Principle of PCIe slot assignment at the rear of the device (HNC M1) The figure shows the PCIe slots of the HNC M1: PCIe slot...
  • Page 80 Rear of the HNC HNC (High Speed Net Connect) The figure shows the PCIe slots of the HNC M2: PCIe slot Assignment 4-port LAN card FibreChannel card not assigned; an additional 4-port LAN card or a 10 GbE LAN card with 2 optical or RJ45 interfaces are optional Tabelle 3: PCIe slot assignment on an HNC M2 U41859-J-Z126-2-76...
  • Page 81: What To Do If

    6 What to do if ... In this chapter you are told how the Server Unit informs you of how you perform a system dump when inexplicable system downtime occurs. In the event of hardware faults the operating system will take the necessary recovery action autonomously.
  • Page 82: Performing A System Dump

    Performing a system dump What to do if ... – A warning has been displayed, e.g. when the room temperature is too high. The cause of the fault must be rectified. System operation can continue in the meantime. – A fault which has automatically been corrected by the hardware occurred on the server or at the interface to the peripheral devices.
  • Page 83: Related Publications

    Related publications You will find the manuals on the internet at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com. You can order printed versions of manuals which are displayed with the order number. FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE700 / SE500 / SE300 Basic Operating Manual FUJITSU Server BS2000...
  • Page 84 Related publications U41859-J-Z126-2-76...
  • Page 85: Index

    Index ALTER/DISPLAY FRAME (AD) data sheet ALTER/DISPLAY FRAME (subframe) display AUTO (automatic startup) hardware status AUXILIARY FRAME DVD drive activity, indicator 71, IORSF CONTROL LOAD PRESET1 executing IPL in DETAIL-1 FRAME LOAD PRESET2 MENU MENU (AU) 42, FLAG code P-OFF/IMPL frame AUXILIARY FRAME (AU1): REAL CLOCK frame code...
  • Page 86 Index indicators (cont.) PROGRAM LOAD FRAME hardware fault BASIC (LD) HDD/SDD activity 70, DETAIL-1 28, 63, HDD/SDD error DETAIL-2 32, ID 70, 71, PRESET1 set up operating status indicator 70, PRESET2 einrichten PSU error PSU error indicator storage fault PSW (Program Status Word) temperature fault IORSF Reset button 70, 71,...

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