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  • Page 1 Power Systems Drive backplane for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H...
  • Page 2 Note Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Safety notices” on page v, “Notices” on page 87, the IBM Systems Safety Notices manual, G229-9054, and the IBM Environmental Notices and User Guide, Z125–5823. ®...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Removing the drive signal cable......................81 Replacing the drive signal cable......................83 Preparing the system for operation..................... 84 Notices........................87 Accessibility features for IBM Power Systems servers................88 Privacy policy considerations ........................89 Trademarks..............................89 Electronic emission notices........................89 Class A Notices............................. 89 Class B Notices.............................93...
  • Page 5: Safety Notices

    Das Produkt ist nicht für den Einsatz an Bildschirmarbeitsplätzen im Sinne § 2 der Bildschirmarbeitsverordnung geeignet. Laser safety information IBM servers can use I/O cards or features that are fiber-optic based and that utilize lasers or LEDs. Laser compliance IBM servers may be installed inside or outside of an IT equipment rack.
  • Page 6 – For racks with a DC power distribution panel (PDP), connect the customer’s DC power source to the PDP. Ensure that the proper polarity is used when attaching the DC power and DC power return wiring. • Connect any equipment that will be attached to this product to properly wired outlets. •...
  • Page 7 • Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. Do not place objects on top of rack-mounted devices. In addition, do not lean on rack mounted devices and do not use them to stabilize your body position (for example, when working from a ladder). •...
  • Page 8 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. • Reduce the weight of the rack cabinet by removing equipment starting at the top of the rack cabinet.
  • Page 9 DANGER: Rack-mounted devices are not to be used as shelves or work spaces. Do not place objects on top of rack-mounted devices. In addition, do not lean on rack-mounted devices and do not use them to stabilize your body position (for example, when working from a ladder). Stability hazard: •...
  • Page 10 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) x Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 11 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.
  • Page 12 • 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. When this is not practicable, specially trained persons or services must be used (for instance, riggers or movers).
  • Page 13 Freewheeling will cause uneven cable wrapping around winch drum, damage cable, and may cause serious injury. • This TOOL must be maintained correctly for IBM Service personnel to use it. IBM shall inspect condition and verify maintenance history before operation. Personnel reserve the right not to use TOOL if inadequate.
  • Page 14 xiv Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 15: Drive Backplanes

    Removing and replacing the disk drive backplane in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H Find information about removing and replacing a disk drive backplane in the 5105-22E, IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A and 9009-22G), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server.
  • Page 16 Figure 1. Removing the power cords (L003) 2 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 17 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) Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 3...
  • Page 18 4. Open the side latches (A) and pull the latches to slide the system unit fully into the service position, until the slides click and hold the system unit securely. Ensure that the screws inside the latches are not secured to the rack. Remove the hook-and-loop fasteners that secure the cable management arms.
  • Page 19 Attention: • Attach an electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap to the front ESD jack, to the rear ESD jack, or to an unpainted metal surface of your hardware to prevent the electrostatic discharge from damaging your hardware. • When you use an ESD wrist strap, follow all electrical safety procedures. An ESD wrist strap is used for static control.
  • Page 20: Removing The Disk Drive Backplane

    Figure 4. Removing the service access cover Removing the disk drive backplane from the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system To remove a disk drive backplane from 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 21 Figure 5. Removing the air baffle 3. Remove the non-volatile dual in-line memory modules (NVDIMMs), if present. Otherwise, continue to the next step. a) Record the slot location of the NVDIMM you want to remove. Then, review and record the locations where the backup power module (BPM) cable connects to the NVDIMM and to the BPM.
  • Page 22 Figure 6. Removing a NVDIMM c) Hold the NVDIMM by the edges and pull it out of the system. d) Press latch (A) and disconnect the BPM cable from its connector on the NVDIMM. See the following figure. 8 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 23 Figure 7. Disconnecting a BPM cable from the NVDIMM e) Place the NVDIMM on an appropriate ESD surface. f) Repeat steps “3.a” on page 7 through “3.e” on page 9 for any additional NVDIMMs. 4. Remove the backup power modules, if present. Otherwise, continue to the next step. Note: The backup power module (BPM) is mounted in a standard drive carrier.
  • Page 24 Figure 8. Pulling the BPM cable forward. c) Disconnect the drive backplane power cable. See the following figure. 10 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 25 Figure 9. Disconnecting the drive backplane power cable. d) Open the BPM holder lever (A). See the following figure. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 11...
  • Page 26 Figure 10. Opening the BPM holder lever e) Unlock the BPM handle (B) by pressing the handle release latch (A) in the direction that is shown, and pulling out the handle toward you. See the following figure. 12 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 27 Figure 11. Unlocking the BPM handle f) Using the BPM handle, pull the BPM about 2.5 cm (1 in.) from the disk drive backplane. See the following figure. Figure 12. Sliding the BPM forward g) Refer to Figure 13 on page 14. Rotate the BPM on its longer axis to expose the cable connectors at the bottom of the BPM.
  • Page 28 Figure 13. Rotating the BPM h) Label BPM cables. Press the release latch (A) on both BPM cables and disconnect both cables from the BPM. See the following figure. 14 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 29 Figure 14. Disconnecting the BPM cables i) Remove the BPM. See the following figure. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 15...
  • Page 30 Figure 15. Removing the BPM j) Place the BPM on an appropriate ESD surface. k) If you have a second BPM, repeat steps “4.b” on page 9 through “4.j” on page 16 for the other BPM and BPM cables. 5. Label and remove the drives that are inside the system, if present. Otherwise, continue to the next step.
  • Page 31 Figure 16. Opening the drive holder b) Push the drive tab (A) to release the drive lever (B) as shown in Figure 17 on page 18. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 17...
  • Page 32 Figure 17. Unlatching the drive c) Using the drive lever, pull the drive about 2.5 cm (1 in) from the disk drive backplane. d) Lift the drive from the system as shown in Figure 18 on page 19. 18 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 33 Figure 18. Lifting the drive e) Repeat steps “5.a” on page 16 through “5.d” on page 18 for the other drive. 6. Remove the drive trays (A) as shown in Figure 19 on page 20. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 19...
  • Page 34 Figure 19. Removing the drive trays a) Using a flat screwdriver, loosen the two screws (A) at the front of the drive tray. b) Using your fingers, loosen the two screws (B) at the middle of the drive tray. If needed, you can use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the screws. c) Lift the drive tray out of the system.
  • Page 35 Figure 20. Partially removing the front drives and fillers a) Push the drive tab (A) to release the drive lever (B). b) Using the drive lever, pull the drive and filler about 2.5 cm (1 in) from the system. c) Repeat steps “7.a” on page 21 through “7.b” on page 21 for the other drives and fillers. 8.
  • Page 36 Figure 21. Disconnecting the front SAS cables 9. Label and disconnect the signal cable (A) and the power cable (B) from the disk drive backplane as shown in Figure 22 on page 23. Note: If your system has one or more backup power modules, you removed the power cable in a previous step.
  • Page 37 Figure 22. Disconnecting the signal cable and power cable 10. Ensure that all cables are carefully positioned out of the way, such that the disk drive backplane can be easily lifted and removed. 11. Unscrew the three captive thumbscrews (A) of the disk drive backplane (B) as shown in Figure 23 on page 24 until fully loose.
  • Page 38: Replacing The Disk Drive Backplane

    Figure 23. Loosening the disk drive backplane screws 12. Pull the disk drive backplane (B) away from the chassis using the thumbscrews, then lift up the disk drive backplane from the chassis. 13. If the removed part is used again, place the part on an electrostatic discharge (ESD) mat. Replacing the disk drive backplane in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system To replace a disk drive backplane in the system, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 39 Figure 24. Replacing the disk drive backplane 3. Carefully tighten each of the three captive thumbscrews (C) to secure the disk drive backplane to the system's chassis, as shown in Figure 24 on page 25. 4. Using your labels, reconnect the signal cable (A) and the power cable (B) to the disk drive backplane as shown in Figure 25 on page 26.
  • Page 40 Figure 25. Reconnecting the signal cable and the power cable 5. Using your labels, reconnect the front SAS cables to the disk drive backplane as shown in Figure 26 on page 27. Push the connectors in until the latches click. Also ensure that the front SAS cables are fully seated into the SAS controller card.
  • Page 41 Figure 26. Reconnecting the front SAS cables Notes: If you have one storage controller in slot P1-C49 (base-storage feature) and a filler in slot P1- One SAS cable connects the disk drive backplane connector J1 to the P1 connector on the storage controller.
  • Page 42 Figure 27. Reconnecting the SAS cable in a base-storage configuration If you have two storage controllers (split-disk feature), in slots P1-C49 and P1-C50 One SAS cable connects the disk drive backplane connector J1 to the P1 connector on the storage controller in slot P1-C49. The other SAS cable connects the disk drive backplane connector J2 to the P2 connector on the storage controller in slot P1-C50.
  • Page 43 Figure 28. Reconnecting the SAS cable in a split-disk configuration If you have the high-performance storage controller in slot P1-C49 and its backup power module in slot P1-C50 A "Y" SAS cable connects the disk drive backplane connectors to the storage controller in slot P1- C49.
  • Page 44 Figure 29. Reconnecting the "Y" SAS cable in a high-performance storage controller configuration For information about SAS cable part numbers, see 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system parts (http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9ecs/ p9ecs_922_parts.htm). 6. Seat all the front drives and front fillers if present into their slots as shown in Figure 30 on page 31.
  • Page 45 Figure 30. Replacing the front drives and fillers 7. Replace the drive trays that are inside the system as shown in Figure 31 on page 32. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 31...
  • Page 46 Figure 31. Replacing the drive trays a) Lower the drive tray into the system. The bottoms of the trays have a hook that slides into a support. Ensure that hook slides under the edge of the support. b) Slide the drive trays forward and align the screws with their holes. c) Tighten the two screws (A) at the middle of the drive tray.
  • Page 47 Figure 32. Lowering the drive into the drive tray c) Using the drive lever, slide the drive forward. d) Push drive lever (A) until the lever snaps closed. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 33...
  • Page 48 Figure 33. Latching the drive e) Close the drive holder (A) over the drive as shown in Figure 34 on page 35. 34 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 49 Figure 34. Closing the drive holder f) Repeat steps “8.a” on page 32 through “8.e” on page 34 for the other drive. 9. Replace the backup power modules (BPM), if present. Otherwise, continue to the next step. a) Unlock the BPM handle (B) by pressing the handle release latch (A) in the direction that is shown, and pulling out the handle toward you.
  • Page 50 Figure 35. Unlocking the BPM handle b) Lower the BPM into the drive tray as shown in the following figure. 36 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 51 Figure 36. Lowering the BPM into the drive tray c) Refer to Figure 37 on page 38. Rotate the BPM on its longer axis to expose the cable connectors at the bottom of the BPM. d) Using your cable labels, connect both BPM cables to the BPM as shown in the following image. The cables are routed through the cutout in the BPM.
  • Page 52 Figure 37. Connecting the BPM cable e) Rotate the BPM back down into the BPM tray. f) Slide the BPM forward by using the drive handle. g) Push BPM handle (A) until the BPM handle locks as shown in the following figure. 38 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 53 Figure 38. Locking the BPM handle h) Close the BPM holder lever (A) over the BPM. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 39...
  • Page 54 Figure 39. Closing the BPM holder lever i) Reconnect the drive backplane power cable by pushing the cable in until the latch clicks. See the following figure. 40 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 55 Figure 40. Reconnecting the drive backplane power cable j) Remove excess slack by pulling the BPM cable in the direction shown. See the following figure. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 41...
  • Page 56 Figure 41. Pulling the BPM to remove cable slack k) If your system has a second BPM, repeat steps “9.a” on page 35 through “9.j” on page 41 for the other BPM and BPM cable. 10. Replace the non-volatile dual in-line memory modules (NVDIMMs), if present. Otherwise, continue to the next step.
  • Page 57 Figure 42. Connecting the BPM cable to the NVDIMM c) Ensure that the locking tabs of the NVDIMM connector are open. Slowly press the NVDIMM straight down, firmly into the slot, until the locking tabs lock into place. See the following figure. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 43...
  • Page 58: Preparing The System For Operation

    Repeat steps “10.a” on page 42 through “10.c” on page 43 for any additional NVDIMMs. 11. Replace the air baffles. For instructions, see Replacing the air baffle (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_922_airbafflereplace.htm). Preparing the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system for...
  • Page 59 Figure 44. Installing the service access cover 3. Push the system unit (B) back into the rack until both release latches of the system unit lock into position. Secure the cable management arm with hook-and-loop fasteners around the back side of the cable management arm, but not around the cables.
  • Page 60 Figure 45. Connecting the power cords 5. Start the system. For instructions, see Starting a system (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ POWER9/p9haj/crustartsys.htm). 6. Turn off the identify LED. For instructions, see Deactivating an identify LED (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_turn_off_identify_led.htm). 7. Verify the installed part. • If you replaced the part because of a service action, verify the installed part. For instructions, see Verifying a repair (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9ect/...
  • Page 61: Removing And Replacing The Nvme Backplane

    Removing and replacing the NVMe backplane in the 9009-22G Find information about removing and replacing the NVMe backplane in the IBM Power System S922 (9009-22G) server. About this task Note: Removing or replacing this feature is a customer task. You can complete this task yourself, or contact a service provider to complete the task for you.
  • Page 62 Figure 46. Removing the power cords (L003) 48 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 63 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) Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 49...
  • Page 64 4. Open the side latches (A) and pull the latches to slide the system unit fully into the service position, until the slides click and hold the system unit securely. Ensure that the screws inside the latches are not secured to the rack. Remove the hook-and-loop fasteners that secure the cable management arms.
  • Page 65 Attention: • Attach an electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap to the front ESD jack, to the rear ESD jack, or to an unpainted metal surface of your hardware to prevent the electrostatic discharge from damaging your hardware. • When you use an ESD wrist strap, follow all electrical safety procedures. An ESD wrist strap is used for static control.
  • Page 66: Removing The Nvme Drive Backplane

    Figure 49. Removing the service access cover Removing the NVMe drive backplane from the 9009-22G system To remove the NVMe drive backplane from 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 67 Figure 50. Removing the air baffle 3. Unplug but do not remove the front drives and front fillers if present from their slots. Pull out the drives and fillers far enough to prevent them from interfering with the removal of the NVMe drive backplane as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 68 Figure 51. Partially removing the front drives and fillers a) Push the drive tab (A) to release the drive lever (B). b) Using the drive lever, pull the drive and filler about 2.5 cm (1 in) from the system. c) Repeat steps “3.a” on page 54 and “3.b” on page 54 for the other drives and fillers. 4.
  • Page 69 Figure 52. Disconnecting the NVMe cables 5. Label and disconnect the signal cable (A) and the power cable (B) from the NVMe drive backplane as shown in the following figure. Unlatch the clips that secure the connectors to the NVMe drive backplane. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 55...
  • Page 70 Figure 53. Disconnecting the signal cable and power cable 6. Ensure that all cables are carefully positioned out of the way, such that the NVMe drive backplane can be easily lifted and removed. 7. Unscrew the three captive thumbscrews (A) of the NVMe drive backplane (B) as shown in the following figure until fully loose.
  • Page 71: Replacing The Nvme Drive Backplane

    Figure 54. Loosening the NVMe drive backplane screws 8. Pull the NVMe drive backplane (B) away from the chassis that uses the thumbscrews, then lift the NVMe drive backplane from the chassis. See Figure 54 on page 57. 9. If the removed part is used again, place the part on an electrostatic discharge (ESD) mat. Replacing the NVMe drive backplane in the 9009-22G system To replace a NVMe drive backplane in the system, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 72 Figure 55. Replacing the NVMe drive backplane 3. Carefully tighten each of the three captive thumbscrews (C) to secure the NVMe drive backplane to the system's chassis, as shown in Figure 55 on page 58. 4. Using your labels, reconnect the signal cable (A) and the power cable (B) to the NVMe drive backplane as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 73 Figure 56. Reconnecting the signal cable and the power cable 5. Using your labels, reconnect the NVMe cables to the NVMe drive backplane connectors as is shown in the following figure. Drive backplanes for the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 59...
  • Page 74 Figure 57. Reconnecting the NVMe cables 6. Seat all the front drives and front fillers if present into their slots as shown in the following figure. Push drive lever (A) until the drive and filler is seated and the lever snaps closed. 60 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 75: Preparing The System For Operation

    Figure 58. Replacing the front drives and fillers 7. Replace the air baffles. For instructions, see Replacing the air baffle (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_922_airbafflereplace.htm). Preparing the 9009-22G system for operation after removing and replacing the NVMe drive backplane To prepare the system for operation after removing and replacing the NVMe drive backplane, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 76 Figure 59. Installing the service access cover 3. Push the system unit (B) back into the rack until both release latches of the system unit lock into position. Secure the cable management arm with hook-and-loop fasteners around the back side of the cable management arm, but not around the cables.
  • Page 77 Figure 60. Connecting the power cords 5. Start the system. For instructions, see Starting a system (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ POWER9/p9haj/crustartsys.htm). 6. Turn off the identify LED. For instructions, see Deactivating an identify LED (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_turn_off_identify_led.htm). 7. Verify the installed part. • If you replaced the part because of a service action, verify the installed part. For instructions, see Verifying a repair (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9ect/...
  • Page 78 64 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 79: Drive Backplane Cables

    Drive backplane cables in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H Learn how to remove and replace the drive backplane cables in the 5105-22E, IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A and 9009-22G), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server.
  • Page 80 Figure 61. Removing the power cords (L003) 66 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 81 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) Drive backplane cables in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 67...
  • Page 82 5. Open the side latches (A) and pull the latches to slide the system unit fully into the service position, until the slides click and hold the system unit securely. Ensure that the screws inside the latches are not secured to the rack. Remove the hook-and-loop fasteners that secure the cable management arms.
  • Page 83 Attention: • Attach an electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap to the front ESD jack, to the rear ESD jack, or to an unpainted metal surface of your hardware to prevent the electrostatic discharge from damaging your hardware. • When you use an ESD wrist strap, follow all electrical safety procedures. An ESD wrist strap is used for static control.
  • Page 84: Removing The Drive Backplane Power Cable

    Figure 64. Removing the service access cover Removing the drive backplane power cable from the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system To remove a drive backplane power cable from 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 85 Figure 65. Removing the air baffle 3. Label and disconnect the power cable (B) from the drive backplane as shown in Figure 66 on page Unlatch the clips that secure the connectors to the drive backplane. Drive backplane cables in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 71...
  • Page 86: Replacing The Drive Backplane Power Cable

    Figure 66. Disconnecting the signal cable and power cable Replacing the drive backplane power cable in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system To replace a drive backplane power cable in the system, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1.
  • Page 87: Preparing The System For Operation

    Figure 67. Reconnecting the signal cable and the power cable 3. Replace the air baffles. For instructions, see Replacing the air baffle (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_922_airbafflereplace.htm). Preparing the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system for operation after removing and replacing the drive backplane power cable To prepare the system for operation after removing and replacing a drive backplane power cable, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 88 Figure 68. Installing the service access cover 3. Push the system unit (B) back into the rack until both release latches of the system unit lock into position. Secure the cable management arm with hook-and-loop fasteners around the back side of the cable management arm, but not around the cables.
  • Page 89 Figure 69. Connecting the power cords 5. Start the system. For instructions, see Starting a system (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ POWER9/p9haj/crustartsys.htm). 6. Turn off the identify LED. For instructions, see Deactivating an identify LED (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_turn_off_identify_led.htm). 7. Verify the installed part. • If you replaced the part because of a service action, verify the installed part. For instructions, see Verifying a repair (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9ect/...
  • Page 90: Removing And Replacing The Signal Cable

    Removing and replacing the drive backplane signal cable in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H Find information about removing and replacing a drive backplane signal cable in the 5105-22E, IBM Power System L922 (9008-22L), IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A and 9009-22G), or IBM Power System H922 (9223-22H) server.
  • Page 91 Figure 70. Removing the power cords (L003) Drive backplane cables in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H 77...
  • Page 92 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) 78 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 93 5. Open the side latches (A) and pull the latches to slide the system unit fully into the service position, until the slides click and hold the system unit securely. Ensure that the screws inside the latches are not secured to the rack. Remove the hook-and-loop fasteners that secure the cable management arms.
  • Page 94 Attention: • Attach an electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap to the front ESD jack, to the rear ESD jack, or to an unpainted metal surface of your hardware to prevent the electrostatic discharge from damaging your hardware. • When you use an ESD wrist strap, follow all electrical safety procedures. An ESD wrist strap is used for static control.
  • Page 95: Removing The Drive Signal Cable

    Figure 73. Removing the service access cover Removing the drive backplane signal cable from the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system To remove a drive backplane signal cable from 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 96 Figure 74. Removing the air baffle 3. Label and disconnect the signal cable (A) from the drive backplane as shown in Figure 75 on page 83. Unlatch the clips that secure the connectors to the drive backplane. 82 Power Systems: Power Systems: Drive backplane...
  • Page 97: Replacing The Drive Signal Cable

    Figure 75. Disconnecting the signal cable and power cable Replacing the drive backplane signal cable in the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system To replace a drive backplane signal cable in the system, complete the steps in this procedure. Procedure 1.
  • Page 98: Preparing The System For Operation

    Figure 76. Reconnecting the signal cable and the power cable 3. Replace the air baffles. For instructions, see Replacing the air baffle (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_922_airbafflereplace.htm). Preparing the 5105-22E, 9008-22L, 9009-22A, 9009-22G, or 9223-22H system for operation after removing and replacing the drive backplane signal cable To prepare the system for operation after removing and replacing a drive backplane signal cable, complete the steps in this procedure.
  • Page 99 Figure 77. Installing the service access cover 3. Push the system unit (B) back into the rack until both release latches of the system unit lock into position. Secure the cable management arm with hook-and-loop fasteners around the back side of the cable management arm, but not around the cables.
  • Page 100 Figure 78. Connecting the power cords 5. Start the system. For instructions, see Starting a system (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ POWER9/p9haj/crustartsys.htm). 6. Turn off the identify LED. For instructions, see Deactivating an identify LED (www.ibm.com/support/ knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9haj/p9haj_turn_off_identify_led.htm). 7. Verify the installed part. • If you replaced the part because of a service action, verify the installed part. For instructions, see Verifying a repair (www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/POWER9/p9ect/...
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