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  • Page 1 Power Systems System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
  • Page 3 Power Systems System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
  • Page 4 Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Safety notices” on page v, “Notices” on page 81, 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 POWER9 processor and to all associated models.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    . 29 Identifying a part in an IBM i system or logical partition . . 30 Finding the location code and activating the indicator light for a part by using the IBM i operating system . . 30 Identifying a part in a Linux system or logical partition .
  • Page 6 Verifying a replaced part by using the AIX operating system . . 53 Verifying the installed part by using an IBM i system or logical partition . . 55 Verifying an installed part by using a Linux system or logical partition .
  • Page 7: 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 8 – For racks with AC power, connect all power cords to a properly wired and grounded electrical outlet. Ensure that the outlet supplies proper voltage and phase rotation according to the system rating plate. – For racks with a DC power distribution panel (PDP), connect the customer’s DC power source to the PDP.
  • Page 9 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 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 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) Power Systems: System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
  • 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 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: Power Systems: System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
  • Page 15 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 16 Power Systems: System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
  • Page 17: System Processor Modules For The 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H

    System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H ® Find information about removing and replacing a system processor module for the IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) system. Removing and replacing the system processor module for the...
  • Page 18 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) Power Systems: System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
  • Page 19 4. Place the system into the service position. For instructions, see “Placing a 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system into the service position” on page 45. 5. Attach the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap. The ESD wrist strap must be connected to an unpainted metal surface until the service procedure is completed, and if applicable, until the service access cover is replaced.
  • Page 20: Removing The System Processor Module From The 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H

    Figure 2. Activating the identify LED Removing the system processor module from the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H To remove a system processor module, complete the steps in this procedure. Before you begin As part of the system processor module replacement, the heat sink is removed. Before you begin the removal and replacement procedure, ensure that you have a spare TIM, part number 01ML035, and heat sink, part number 01ML180, on hand.
  • Page 21 Figure 3. Opening the system processor module packaging 3. Remove the heat sink from the system processor module. a. Loosen the heat sink actuation screw by turning the supplied hex key counterclockwise (A). Loosen the screw until it moves freely. See Figure 4 on page 6. b.
  • Page 22 Figure 4. Removing the heat sink 4. Using the supplied tweezers, remove the TIM from the top of the processor and place it in a clean, dry area as shown in Figure 5. Be careful not to damage the TIM as it is very light and fragile. Figure 5.
  • Page 23 a. Ensure that the removal tool (A) is in the open position as shown in Figure 6. The middle ring (B) must be pushed down and blue tabs (C) must be turned inward. Figure 6. Ensuring that the removal tool is in the open position b.
  • Page 24 Figure 7. Lowering the removal tool onto the system processor module d. With the removal tool sitting on top of the system processor module, push down on the ring (A) slightly so that the blue tabs (B) snap outward and the jaws engage with the system processor module as shown in Figure 8 on page 9.
  • Page 25 Figure 8. Locking the system processor module into the tool 6. Hold the outside of the tool and lift the tool and system processor module from the socket. Lift the tool upward slowly to ensure that the jaws are fully engaged with the system processor module. Ensure that the system processor module does not disengage and fall back into the socket of the system processor module.
  • Page 26 Figure 9. Placing the tool at an angle on the top cover of the packaging 7. Release the system processor module by pushing the ring (B) downwards. Hold the ring (B) down while pushing the blue tabs (C) inwards as shown in Figure 10 on page 11. Ensure that the ring catches the openings on the blue tabs, and that the blue tabs are locked in a fixed position.
  • Page 27: Replacing The System Processor Module In The 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H

    Figure 10. Releasing the system processor module from the tool Replacing the system processor module in the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H To replace a system processor module in the system, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1. Ensure that you have the electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap on and that the ESD clip is plugged into a ground jack or connected to an unpainted metal surface.
  • Page 28 Figure 11. Ensuring that the removal tool is in the open position b. Lower the tool over the system processor module as shown in Figure 12 on page 13. Ensure that the beveled edge on the tool aligns with the beveled edge of the processor. Ensure that the two guide pins (A) are inserted into the alignment holes (B) on each side of the tool.
  • Page 29 Figure 12. Lowering the removal tool onto the system processor module c. With the removal tool sitting on top of the system processor module, push down on the ring (A) slightly so that the blue tabs (B) snap outward and the jaws engage with the system processor module (C) as shown in Figure 13 on page 14.
  • Page 30 Figure 13. Locking the system processor module into the tool 3. Install the system processor module: a. If dust or debris is present on the system processor socket, use the supplied air pump to clean the socket. Blow small bursts of air from the center toward the sides of the socket, as shown in Figure 14 on page 15.
  • Page 31 Figure 14. Removing dust and debris from the system processor socket b. Hold the sides of the tool with system processor module and carefully lift the tool out of the system processor module tray. c. Lower the tool and system processor module onto the socket. Align the beveled corner of the tool with the beveled corner on the socket.
  • Page 32 Figure 15. Installing the system processor module d. Open the latches that hold the system processor module in the supplied removal tool (A) as shown in Figure 16. Push down on the ring (B) while pressing in on the tabs (C). Figure 16.
  • Page 33 e. Lift the tool off the system processor module. 4. Inspect the thermal interface material (TIM) for visible signs of damage, as shown in Figure 17. Figure 17. Inspecting the thermal interface material 5. Choose one of the following repair options: Option Description Is the TIM damaged?
  • Page 34 Figure 18. Installing a new TIM onto the system processor module d. Place the heat sink on the TIM as shown in Figure 19. Figure 19. Installing the heat sink on the TIM 7. Use this step to reuse the existing undamaged TIM and heat sink. Power Systems: System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
  • Page 35 a. Using the tweezers, move the old processor's TIM from the clean, dry surface and center it onto the new system processor module. The TIM has no preferred up side. The TIM can be placed on the processor and centered as shown in Figure 20. Figure 20.
  • Page 36 Figure 21. Installing the heat sink on the TIM 8. Secure the TIM and heat sink to the socket of the system processor module. a. Ensure that the heat sink load arms are engaged as shown by (A) in Figure 22. b.
  • Page 37: Preparing The System For Operation After Removing And Replacing The System Processor Module In The 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H

    9. Lightly grip the system processor module that you replaced by the edges and lift it off of the packaging cover. Align the beveled corner of the module (A) to the corner of the packaging with triangle (B) and place it in the packaging, as shown in Figure 23. Close the packaging cover. Figure 23.
  • Page 38 Figure 24. Replacing the air baffle 3. Replace the service access cover. For instructions, see “Installing the service access cover on a rack-mounted 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system” on page 42. 4. Place the system into the operating position. For instructions, see “Placing a 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system into the operating position”...
  • Page 39: Common Procedures For Removing Or Replacing The System Processor Module

    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 40 v Connect and disconnect cables as described in the following procedures when installing, moving, or opening covers on this product or attached devices. To Disconnect: 1. Turn off everything (unless instructed otherwise). 2. For AC power, remove the power cords from the outlets. 3.
  • Page 41 If you are installing a feature, contact one of the following service organizations: – The provider of your parts or next level of support. – In the United States, the IBM Rochester Manufacturing Automated Information Line (R-MAIL) at 1-800-300-8751.
  • Page 42: Identifying A Part

    If you remove, then re-install an electronic component, temporarily place that component on an ESD mat. 9. If you encounter difficulties during the installation, contact your service provider, your IBM reseller, or your next level of support.
  • Page 43: Control Panel Leds

    5. To save the changes that are made to the state of an indicator, click Save settings. Control panel LEDs Use this information as a guide to the control panel LEDs and buttons. Use Figure 25 with the control panel LED descriptions to understand the system status that is indicated by the control panel.
  • Page 44: Finding The Part Location Code And Led Support Status

    To find the location code and to determine if there is an LED to help you identify the system that requires support, complete the following steps: Procedure 1. Select the server you are working on to see the location codes: v 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H locations (http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ POWER9/p9ecs/p9ecs_922_loccodes.htm) v 9009-41A, 9009-42A, or 9223-42H locations (http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ POWER9/p9ecs/p9ecs_914_924_loccodes.htm) 2.
  • Page 45: Identifying A Part In An Aix System Or Logical Partition

    When you are removing a part, first verify whether you are working on the correct part by using the identify function in the management console or other user interface. When you remove a part by using the Hardware Management Console (HMC), the identify function is activated and deactivated automatically at the correct times.
  • Page 46: 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 47: Identifying A Part In A Linux System Or Logical Partition

    Related information: Service and productivity tools for PowerLinux servers from IBM IBM provides hardware diagnostic aids and productivity tools, and installation aids for Linux operating systems on IBM Power Systems servers. Activating the indicator light for a part by using the Linux operating system: If you know the location code of a part, activate the indicator light to help locate the part while performing service operations.
  • Page 48: Activating The Indicator Light For A Part By Using The Vios Tools

    About this task To configure the Virtual I/O Server system for identifying a part, complete the following steps: Procedure 1. Log in as root user or enter the command: celogin- 2. On the command line, enter the following command: diagmenu 3.
  • Page 49: Activating The Identify Led By Using The Asmi When You Know The Location Code

    PC or notebook and web browser (http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9hby/ browser.htm). For IBM Power Systems that contain the POWER9 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 that you will be using.
  • Page 50: Identifying A Part By Using The Hmc

    Procedure 1. On the ASMI Welcome pane, specify your user ID and password, and click Log In. 2. In the navigation area, expand System Configuration > Service Indicators > Enclosure Indicators. All servers and enclosures managed by the ASMI will be displayed. 3.
  • Page 51: Starting A System By Using The Asmi

    v All system power cables are connected to a power source. v The power LED (A), as shown in the following figure, is flashing. 3. Press the power button (A) on the control panel, as shown in Figure 26. Figure 26. Control panel LEDs 4.
  • Page 52: Starting A System Or Logical Partition By Using The Hmc

    6. Click Save settings and continue system server firmware boot to start the partitions. Starting a system or logical partition by using the HMC You can use the Hardware Management Console (HMC) to start the system or logical partition after the required cables are installed and the power cables are connected to a power source.
  • Page 53: Stopping A System That Is Not Managed By An Hmc

    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 off each of the secondary partitions. Then, use the PWRDWNSYS command to power off the primary partition.
  • Page 54: Stopping A System By Using The Asmi

    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 off each of the secondary partitions. Then, use the PWRDWNSYS command to power off the primary partition.
  • Page 55: System Covers

    Removing the front cover from a 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use this procedure to remove the cover from a rack-mounted IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server. Common procedures for removing or replacing the system processor module...
  • Page 56: Installing The Front Cover On A 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H System

    Figure 28. Removing the front covers Installing the front cover on a 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use this procedure to install the front cover on a rack-mounted IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server.
  • Page 57: Removing The Service Access Cover From A Rack-Mounted 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H System

    Removing the service access cover from a rack-mounted 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use this procedure to remove the service access cover from a rack-mounted IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server.
  • Page 58: Installing The Service Access Cover On A Rack-Mounted 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H System

    Installing the service access cover on a rack-mounted 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use this procedure to install the service access cover on a rack-mounted IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server.
  • Page 59: Removing The Air Baffle From A 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H System

    Figure 31. Installing the service access cover Removing the air baffle from a 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use this procedure to remove the air baffle from a IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server. Procedure 1.
  • Page 60: Replacing The Air Baffle In A 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H System

    Figure 32. Removing the air baffle Replacing the air baffle in a 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use this procedure to replace the air baffle in a IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server.
  • Page 61: Service And Operating Positions For The 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H System

    Service and operating positions for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use these procedures to place the IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server into the service or operating position.
  • Page 62: Placing A 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H System Into The Operating Position

    Placing a 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system into the operating position Use this procedure to place the rack-mounted IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server into the operating position. Power Systems: System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
  • Page 63: Power Cords

    Disconnecting the power cords from the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use this procedure to disconnect the power cords from the IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server. Common procedures for removing or replacing the system processor module...
  • Page 64 Procedure 1. If applicable, open the rack door at the rear of the system unit that you are servicing. 2. Identify the system unit that you are servicing in the rack. 3. Label and disconnect the power cords from the system unit. See Figure 36. Notes: v This system might be equipped with two or more power supplies.
  • Page 65 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) Common procedures for removing or replacing the system processor module...
  • Page 66: Connecting The Power Cords To The 9008-22L, 9009-22A, Or 9223-22H System

    Connecting the power cords to the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H system Use this procedure to connect the power cords to the IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server. Procedure 1. If applicable, open the rack door at the rear of the system unit that you are servicing.
  • Page 67: Removing A Part By Using The Hmc

    8. 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 68: Verifying The Installed Part

    7. Select a serviceable event and use the Selected drop-down menu list to select Repair. 8. 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 69: Verifying A Replaced Part By Using The Aix Operating System

    v To test all the resources that are available to the operating system, select All Resources and press Enter. 6. Select Commit, and wait until the diagnostic programs run to completion, responding to any prompts that appear. 7. Did the diagnostics run to completion and display the message No trouble was found? v No: If a service request number (SRN) or other reference code is displayed, suspect a loose adapter or cable connection.
  • Page 70 b. From the Function Selection menu, select Advanced Diagnostics Routines and press Enter. c. From the Diagnostic Mode Selection menu, select System Verification and press Enter. d. Select All Resources, or select the diagnostics for the individual part to test only the part you replaced and any devices that are attached to the part you replaced and press Enter.
  • Page 71: 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 navigate to the System Service Tools display, use function 21 from the control panel.
  • Page 72 Before you begin v If this server is directly attached to another server or attached to a network, ensure communications with the other servers have stopped. v The stand-alone diagnostics require use of all of the logical partition resources. No other activity can be running on the logical partition.
  • Page 73: Verifying An Installed Part Or Replaced Part On A System Or Logical Partition By Using Virtual I/O Server Tools

    v No: A problem still exists. Contact your service provider. v Yes: Go to step 13. 13. If you changed the service processor or network settings, as instructed in previous procedures, restore the settings to the value they had prior to servicing the system. 14.
  • Page 74 v No: Go to step 2. v Yes: Go to step 5. 2. Is the system powered off? v No: Go to step 4. v Yes: Go to step 3. 3. Start the system and wait until the VIOS operating system login prompt displays or until apparent system activity on the operator panel or display has stopped.
  • Page 75: Verifying The Installed Part By Using The Hmc

    steps to update the error log to indicate that a system-detectable part has been replaced. On systems with a indicator light for the failing part, this changes the indicator light to the normal state. 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.
  • Page 76: Viewing Serviceable Events By Using The Hmc

    4. Examine the details of the open service action event. Is the error code associated with this service action event the same as you gathered earlier. v No: Choose one of the following options: – Review the other serviceable events, find an event that does match, and continue with the next step.
  • Page 77: Verifying A Repair

    b. After viewing the comments, click Close. c. Click Actions > View Service History. The Service History window opens, showing service history that is associated with the selected error. d. After viewing the service history, click Close. 5. Click Cancel twice to close the Serviceable Event Details window and the Serviceable Event Overview window.
  • Page 78: Verifying The Repair In Aix

    “Verifying the repair in AIX” v “Verifying the repair in Linux” on page 66 v “Verifying a repair by using an IBM i system or logical partition” on page 64 v “Verifying the repair from the management console” on page 66 Verifying the repair in AIX You can use this procedure to verify that a repair is complete using the AIX operating system.
  • Page 79 Continue at step 6. If the original problem still exists, replace the FRU or perform the isolation procedure that is next in the FRU list. If you have reached the end of the FRU list, contact your next level of support.
  • Page 80: 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. Procedure 1. Was the system powered off during the repair? Yes: Continue with the next step.
  • Page 81 No: Continue with step 3. 2. Perform the following tasks: a. Verify that the power cable is plugged into the power outlet. b. Verify that power is available at the customer's power outlet. 3. Was the partition powered off during the repair? Yes: Continue with the next step.
  • Page 82: Verifying The Repair In Linux

    No: A new symptom might have occurred. Go to the Start of call procedure to determine the cause of the problem. This ends the procedure. 13. Are there any other failing items that need to be replaced? Yes: Replace the next failing item listed for the reference code. This ends the procedure.. No: Contact your next level of support for assistance.
  • Page 83 v While you were performing the problem analysis on the original serviceable event, other serviceable-event numbers might have been opened. Close all serviceable events that were opened as a result of your service activity. v Server verification has been performed and there are no problems that require additional service actions.
  • Page 84: Closing A Service Call

    Closing a service call Perform these procedures to close serviceable events, clear hardware messages, and prepare the server to return to the customer. Follow this checklist before you perform the procedure: v 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.
  • Page 85 Note: Some service action events remain open when you leave this MAP. Further service actions might be required to complete the repair. 11. Examine the details of this service action event, and record the partitions that are involved in this service action event for use in a later step.
  • Page 86 v If the repair action was reseating a cable or adapter, select the resource that is associated with that repair action. v If the resource associated with your repair action is not displayed on the Resource List, select sysplanar0. e. Click Commit after you make your selection. Note: If the terminal type is not defined, you are prompted to define it before you can proceed.
  • Page 87: Closing A Service Call By Using Aix Or Linux

    Closing a service call by using AIX or Linux If the server is not connected to a management console, perform these procedures to close serviceable events, clear hardware messages, and prepare the server to return to the customer. Follow this checklist before you perform the procedure: v 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.
  • Page 88 Note: If, during the processing of the list of open service action events, some service action events remained open, further service actions might be required to complete the repair. 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.
  • Page 89 v If the resource associated with your repair action is not displayed on the Resource List, select sysplanar0. b. Click Commit after you make your selection. Did another Resource Repair Action (801015) display? v Yes: Continue with the next step. v No: If the No Trouble Found menu is displayed, go to step 14.
  • Page 90: Activating And Deactivating Leds

    For those problems, the system attention LED is activated instead. For IBM Power Systems servers that contain the POWER9 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 91: Activating Or Deactivating An Identify Led By Using The Management Console

    5. Click Turn Attention LED Off. A confirmation window is displayed that provides the following information: v A verification that the system attention LED was deactivated. v An indication that there still might be open problems within the system. v An indication that you cannot activate the system attention LED. 6.
  • Page 92: Activating Or Deactivating An Identify Led By Using The Advanced System Management Interface

    About this task 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 93: Deactivating An Identify Led

    Use this procedure to turn off any indicator light that you turned on as a part of a service action. Procedure 1. Sign on to an IBM i session, with at least service level authority. 2. On the command line of the session, type strsst and press Enter.
  • Page 94: 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 95: Deactivating The Identify Led By Using The Asmi When You Do Not Know The Location Code

    Procedure 1. On the ASMI Welcome pane, specify your user ID and password, and click Log In. 2. In the navigation area, expand System Configuration > Service Indicators > Indicators by Location code. 3. In the Location code field, type the location code of the FRU and click Continue. 4.
  • Page 96: Deactivating Leds By Using The Hmc

    3. In the content pane, click Turn off system information indicator. If the attempt is unsuccessful, an error message is displayed. Deactivating LEDs by using the HMC Use this procedure to deactivate LEDs by using the Hardware Management Console (HMC). Deactivating a system attention LED or partition LED by using the HMC Use this procedure to deactivate a system attention LED or partition LED by using the Hardware Management Console (HMC).
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  • Page 98: Accessibility Features For Ibm Power Systems Servers

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  • Page 101 Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. VCCI Statement - Japan The following is a summary of the VCCI Japanese statement in the box above: This is a Class A product based on the standard of the VCCI Council.
  • Page 102 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: Power Systems: System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
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  • Page 104: Class B Notices

    Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used in order to meet FCC emission limits. Proper cables and connectors are available from IBM-authorized dealers. IBM is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment.
  • Page 105 European Community contact: IBM Deutschland GmbH Technical Regulations, Abteilung M456 IBM-Allee 1, 71139 Ehningen, Germany Tel: +49 800 225 5426 email: halloibm@de.ibm.com VCCI Statement - Japan Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association Statement This statement explains the Japan JIS C 61000-3-2 product wattage compliance.
  • Page 106 Um dieses sicherzustellen, sind die Geräte wie in den Handbüchern beschrieben zu installieren und zu betreiben. Des Weiteren dürfen auch nur von der IBM empfohlene Kabel angeschlossen werden. IBM übernimmt keine Verantwortung für die Einhaltung der Schutzanforderungen, wenn das Produkt ohne Zustimmung von IBM verändert bzw.
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  • Page 108 Power Systems: System processor modules for the 9008-22L, 9009-22A, or 9223-22H...
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