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Fujitsu Server BS2000 SE Series
Quick Guide
User Guide
Valid for:
M2000 V6.3A
X2000 V6.3A
HNC V6.3A
Edition December 2019

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  • Page 1 English Fujitsu Server BS2000 SE Series Quick Guide User Guide Valid for: M2000 V6.3A X2000 V6.3A HNC V6.3A Edition December 2019...
  • Page 2 9001:2015 Copyright and Trademarks Copyright © 2020 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. The Xen® mark is a trademark of Citrix Systems, Inc., which manages the mark on behalf of the Xen open source community.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Quick Guide ............4 1 Introduction .
  • Page 4: Quick Guide

    Quick Guide...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    1 Introduction With the FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE Series (SE servers), FUJITSU offers a server infrastructure which consists of two server lines. Depending on requirements, an SE server contains all the system components needed for operation as an overall application:...
  • Page 6: Calling The Se Manager

    2 Calling the SE Manager This chapter contains the following topics: How do I log in on the SE Manager? How do I log out of the SE Manager? How do I power on a Management Unit via the local console? How do I power on a Management Unit via iRMC?
  • Page 7: How Do I Log In On The Se Manager

    2.1 How do I log in on the SE Manager? Requirement A Management Unit is powered on. It might be necessary to power on a Management Unit (MU) first, to make the access to the SE Manager possible (see "How do I power on a Management Unit via the local console?" "How do I power on a Management Unit via iRMC?"...
  • Page 8 Log in > Click Dashboard tab opens as the welcome page. It provides a quick overview of the systems, Units or Units /Partitions, IP networks, FC networks, Storage, Cluster, Users, and Events of the SE server.
  • Page 9: How Do I Log Out Of The Se Manager

    2.2 How do I log out of the SE Manager? Logging out explicitly > In the header area of the SE Manager main window click Log out to terminate the session: You will then be forwarded to the login window (for logging in again). Logging out because of a session timeout If you do not log out explicitly, the session terminates if there is no activity for 20 minutes, i.e.
  • Page 10: How Do I Power On A Management Unit Via The Local Console

    2.3 How do I power on a Management Unit via the local console? Requirement You are on the server rack of the SE server. Procedure > Open the server rack > Pull out the tray with the local console and flip up the screen >...
  • Page 11 As soon as the login window is displayed, the login to the SE Manager can be performed (see "How do I log in on the SE Manager?"...
  • Page 12: How Do I Power On A Management Unit Via Irmc

    2.4 How do I power on a Management Unit via iRMC? Requirement The iRMC (integrated Remote Management Controller) of the Management Unit is accessible. Procedure > Open a browser window on the administrator PC. > Enter the IP address of the iRMC of the MU. If the browser now displays a warning about the security certificate, click Continue to this website The login window of the iRMC is displayed in the browser:...
  • Page 13 > Enter the iRMC account admin Username (or another administrator account) as and the current password and click Login Change the initial password for the iRMC account admin immediately after the first login (see also information in chapter "Introduction" System Overview After a successful login the browser window displays the of the iRMC’s graphical user interface.
  • Page 14 > Answer the question Are you sure that you want to perform this action? by clicking The MU powers itself on and starts up. Some minutes will pass before it is possible to log in on the SE Manager. In the console window, the appearance of a login request indicates that the system has started up. >...
  • Page 15: Powering On, Starting Up Bs2000, Powering Off

    3 Powering on, starting up BS2000, powering off The description is divided into the following sections: How do I power on Server Units and other units via the SE Manager? How can I boot the BS2000 on an SU /390? How can I boot the BS2000 on an SU x86? How can I boot the BS2000 via the SE Manager? (Quick Guide, #11a) How do I open or close a BS2000 dialog?
  • Page 16: How Do I Power On Server Units And Other Units Via The Se Manager

    3.1 How do I power on Server Units and other units via the SE Manager? Powering on the Server Unit Requirement Login into the SE Manager as administrator, BS2000 administrator or a privileged operator. The unit is powered off (power status OFF). In case of an SU /390, an existing connection to the hardware interface is required.
  • Page 18: How Can I Boot The Bs2000 On An Su /390

    3.2 How can I boot the BS2000 on an SU /390? Requirement Login into the SE Manager as administrator, BS2000 administrator or a privileged operator. Power status of the SU /390 shows the value Procedure > Switch to the SVP console tab of the SU /390: >...
  • Page 19 The SVP console window opens. > Press the Enter key. The MODE SELECTION FRAME appears. If the SVP has already been worked with, the last frame used will appear. You reach the MODE SELECTION FRAME by entering in the input line. FR ML You can operate the SVP console in the familiar manner using the keyboard.
  • Page 20 > To load BS2000, enter and press the Enter key. The PROGRAM LOAD FRAME: FUNCTION ==> ld DETAIL-1 frame will appear. You can start execution of IPL with the entries in this frame. The frame shows, among other things, the (current and preset) load device (also called IPL or boot load device) of BS2000.
  • Page 21 For more extensive administration tasks in BS2000, you must log in on BS2000, see section "How do I open or close a BS2000 dialog?" As an alternative to the procedure described above, you can also boot a BS2000 system in the SE Manager with BS2000 IPL action.
  • Page 22: How Can I Boot The Bs2000 On An Su X86

    3.3 How can I boot the BS2000 on an SU x86? Requirement Login into the SE Manager as administrator, BS2000 administrator or a privileged operator. Power status of the SU x86 shows the value Procedure > Switch to the BS2000 system's Operation mode tab of the SU x86: in native BS2000 mode to the native BS2000 system:...
  • Page 23 > Open the KVP menu with the function key F2 (on the keyboard or on a virtual keyboard on the console window): Main KVP Function Menu ================================================================================== 0 - Exit 4 - View last messages 5 - Show logging files 6 - SVP commands 7 - Programmable function keys 8 - Help...
  • Page 24 > Enter the value to display the menu containing the IPL functions for starting BS2000: Start BS2000 ================================================================================== 0 - Back to main menu 1 - Execute with current parameters 2 - Execute with preset parameters 3 - Execute with current parameters and save into preset parameters Change params: current preset parameters...
  • Page 25: How Can I Boot The Bs2000 Via The Se Manager

    3.4 How can I boot the BS2000 via the SE Manager? Requirement Login into the SE Manager as administrator, BS2000 administrator or a privileged operator. Power status of the SU shows the value Procedure > Switch to the BS2000 system's Operation tab of the SU: in native BS2000 mode to the native BS2000 system:...
  • Page 26: How Do I Open Or Close A Bs2000 Dialog

    3.5 How do I open or close a BS2000 dialog? Requirement Login into the SE Manager as administrator, BS2000 administrator or a privileged operator. The BS2000 system has started up and BS2000's data communication system has started. Procedure > Iconize the opened console window and switch once more to the main window of the SE Manager. That is where the Operation tab of the BS2000 system which was previously started was most recently opened (take...
  • Page 27 > The main window of the terminal emulation opens. > Enter and press the Enter key to terminate the terminal emulation. The window is closed.
  • Page 28: How Do I Open A Bs2000 Console

    3.6 How do I open a BS2000 console? Requirement Login into the SE Manager as administrator, BS2000 administrator or a privileged operator. The BS2000 system has started up and BS2000's data communication system has started. Procedure > Click on the name of the desired BS2000 system in the system overview: The system overview lists all the systems which exist on the SE server.
  • Page 29: How Can I Shut Down The Bs2000 Via The Bs2000 Console

    3.7 How can I shut down the BS2000 via the BS2000 console? Requirement Login into the SE Manager as administrator, BS2000 administrator or a privileged operator. The BS2000 system has started up and BS2000's data communication system has started. Procedure >...
  • Page 30: How Do I Power Off Server Units And Other Units

    3.8 How do I power off Server Units and other Units? Shutting down the Server Unit or immediately powering it off Requirement Login as administrator, BS2000 administrator or operator The unit is powered on ( Power status displays the value The possible actions depend on the situation and unit.
  • Page 31 Shutting down additional units or immediately powering them off Additional units such as Management Units (also redundant MUs), HNCs (only for SU /390) and Application Units are powered off in the same way as the Server Unit. Requirement Login as administrator, BS2000 administrator (MU, HNC only), Operator (MU, HNC only) or AU administrator (AU only) The unit is powered on ( Power status...
  • Page 32: Powering On/Off Application Units

    Application Units are displayed in the tree structure as When a partitionable AU is supported as an appliance delivery on the basis of Oracle VM Server from FUJITSU, it is displayed as a Database Unit with the short name DBUxxx (e.g. DBU87 or DBU38E)
  • Page 33: How Do I Power On/Off An Au Via Irmc

    4.1 How do I power on/off an AU via iRMC? Requirement Login as administrator or AU administrator Procedure Operation You operate a native system via the tab. > Click on the name of the desired AU in the system overview. Open iRMC Operation...
  • Page 34 Login > Click in the window of the iRMC's web interface, enter user name and password in the login window and click After a successful login the browser window displays the System Overview menu item of the iRMC’s graphical System Status user interface.
  • Page 35: How Do I Power On/Off An Au Via The Se Manager

    4.2 How do I power on/off an AU via the SE Manager? Requirement Login as administrator or AU administrator Procedure Units Power on off > In the table of the desired AU click the icon: > In case of powering off, click Shut down system and then Execute...
  • Page 36: Working With Ais Connect (Remote Service)

    5 Working with AIS Connect (remote service) This chapter covers the following topics: How do I change the AIS Connect Service access? How do I open a shadow terminal? How do I restart the AIS Connect Service Agent? How do I delete the AIS session logging files?
  • Page 37: How Do I Change The Ais Connect Service Access

    5.1 How do I change the AIS Connect Service access? Requirement Login as administrator Procedure Remote Service Service > Select the tab next to the MU in the menu: > Click the pencil icon in the Service access Management Unit group: >...
  • Page 38: How Do I Open A Shadow Terminal

    5.2 How do I open a shadow terminal? Requirement Login as administrator, BS2000 administrator or operator Procedure Remote Service Service > Select the tab next to the MU in the menu: > Click Open for the shadow terminal: > Enter to find active sessions (displayed in the format <pid1>.<pid2>.<pid3>).
  • Page 39: How Do I Restart The Ais Connect Service Agent

    5.3 How do I restart the AIS Connect Service Agent? Requirement Login as administrator Procedure Remote Service Service > Select the tab next to the MU in the menu: > Click the Restart symbol in the AIS Connect Service agent group:...
  • Page 40: How Do I Delete The Ais Session Logging Files

    5.4 How do I delete the AIS session logging files? Requirement Login as administrator Procedure Management > Select the tab next to the MU in the menu: Open > Click > Optional: Enter to list the existing AIS session logging files. aisLog -l >...
  • Page 41: Notes For Error Situations

    6 Notes for error situations In case error situations occur, you may have to take screenshots of the SE Manager, generate diagnostic data within a timely manner and deploy them to the Service Center Customer ID Please note that you must provide your customer ID each time you communicate with the Service Center. The customer ID can be found in the Service main menu on the...
  • Page 42: How Do I Generate Diagnostic Data

    6.1 How do I generate diagnostic data? Requirement Login as administrator, BS2000 administrator, Operator or XenVM administrator (SU x86 only) Procedure > Select the Diagnostics tab in the Service menu by the requested unit (MU, SU x86 or HNC): > In the Diagnostics group click Create new diagnostic data:...
  • Page 43: How Do I Deploy Diagnostic Data For The Customer Support

    6.2 How do I deploy diagnostic data for the Customer Support? Unit-specific diagnostic data Requirement Login as administrator Procedure Diagnostics Service > Select the tab in the menu by the requested unit (MU, SU x86 or HNC): > Click the download icon on the Diagnostics tab: The download starts depending on the browser settings.