Fujitsu BS2000 SE Series Operating Manual

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Fujitsu Server BS2000 SE Series
Server Unit x86
Operating Manual
Valid for:
SE700(B) / SE500(B) / SE300(B) (basic software V6.2A and higher)
SE710 / SE310 (basic software V6.3A and higher)
Edition December 2019

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  Summary of Contents for Fujitsu BS2000 SE Series

  • Page 1 English Fujitsu Server BS2000 SE Series Server Unit x86 Operating Manual Valid for: SE700(B) / SE500(B) / SE300(B) (basic software V6.2A and higher) SE710 / SE310 (basic software V6.3A and higher) 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 Server Unit x86 ............4 1 Introduction .
  • Page 4: Server Unit X86

    Server Unit x86...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    The Operating Manual consists of a number of modules and describes the features and hardware components of the FUJITSU BS2000 servers of the SE series. Users should read the operating manuals carefully in order to obtain optimal performance from the SE server.
  • Page 6: Server Unit Su X86

    2 Server Unit SU x86 This section describes the Server Units SU300 and SU310. SE300(B) is equipped with an SU300 as the first Server Unit. SE300, SE500 and SE700 can optionally be equipped with one or two additional Server Units SU300. SE310 is equipped with an SU310 as Server Unit.
  • Page 7: Switching The Server Unit On/Off

    2.1 Switching the Server Unit on/off Information on switching on and starting the SE server and on switching it off and shutting it down is provided in the " Basic Operating Manual 1 " [ ], "Switching the server on and off". Switching the Server Unit on Before the Server Unit is switched on, the status indicator lights up green (item 5 in figure 2...
  • Page 8: Front Of The Server Unit

    2.2 Front of the Server Unit Figure 1: Server Unit SU300 (front) Figure 2: Server Unit SU310 (front) Meaning ID card (green) ServerView Local Service Display (SU300 only) Optical drive activity indicator Operating panel (for further details see figure 3/4 Video port (for Customer Support only) USB ports (3x on SU300, 2x on SU310, for Customer Support only) HDD indicators...
  • Page 9 Figure 3: Front - Detailed view: Operating panel Figure 4: Front - Detailed view: Operating panel Meaning ID button/ ID indicator Reset button NMI button On/Off button / Status indicator Status indicator (power cable connected) 3x resp. 2x USB ports (for Customer Support only) Video port (for Customer Support only) HDD activity indicator...
  • Page 10 Global error indicator CSS indicator ID card You can pull the ID card (see figure 1/2 ) out and push it in again as far as it will go. The ID card contains various system information, e.g. product name, serial number, MAC addresses and DNS name.
  • Page 11: Controls

    2.2.1 Controls Control Meaning Identification (ID) button The ID indicators light up (blue) on the front and on the rear of the Server Unit when the ID button is pressed. The two ID indicators are synchronized. On/Off switch When the Server Unit is switched off, it is switched on again by pressing the On/Off switch once. When the Server Unit is in operation, it is switched off by pressing the On/Off switch once (this takes a little time).
  • Page 12: Indicators On The Operating Panel

    2.2.2 Indicators on the operating panel Indicator Meaning ID indicator (blue) Lights up blue when the Server Unit has been selected by pressing the ID button. To deactivate, press the button again. The ID indicator can also be activated via the ServerView Operations Manager and the iRMC web interface, and its status can be reported to the ServerView Operations Manager and the iRMC.
  • Page 13 CSS indicator (yellow) Lights up yellow when a prefailure event was detected which requires Customer Support to become active (by way of precaution). Flashes yellow when an error was detected which requires Customer Support to become active. Does not light up when no critical event has occurred. If the event is still acute after the Server Unit has been switched on/off, the indicator is activated after the restart.
  • Page 14: Indicators On The Operable Drives/Components

    2.2.3 Indicators on the operable drives/components Optical drive activity indicator Lights up green when the storage medium is accessed. ServerView Local Service Display (not on SU310) A tray mechanism enables you to pull the ServerView Local Service Display out of the computer housing to read information.
  • Page 15: Hard Disks

    2.2.4 Hard disks Figure 5: Indicators on a hot-plug HDD module Meaning HDD BUSY (green) Lights up: HDD in active phase (drive active, access to drive) Does not light up: HDD inactive HDD FAULT (orange) Does not light up: No HDD error Lights up: HDD Faulty or Rebuild Stopped (drive defective / needs replacing, a rebuild process was stopped or the slide-in module is not correctly inserted) Slow flashing: HDD Rebuild...
  • Page 16: Dvd-Rw Drive

    2.2.5 DVD-RW drive The DVD-RW drive enables you to read digital data which is stored on a data CD or data DVD (CD-R or DVD-R for example). You can also store digital data on a writeable CD or DVD. This drive is used for: X2000: providing an update (administrator or Customer Support) BS2000: installing a BS2000 emergency system (administrator or Customer Support) BS2000: updating BS2000 via EMFILE (administrator)
  • Page 17: Rear Of The Server Unit

    2.3 Rear of the Server Unit Rear of the SU300 Global error indicator and CSS indicator Figure 7: Global error indicator and CSS indicator, ID button and ID indicator Meaning CSS indicator (yellow) Lights up yellow when a prefailure event was detected which requires Customer Support to become active (by way of precaution).
  • Page 18 ID indicator (blue) Lights up blue when the MU has been selected by pressing the ID button. Press the button again to deactivate it. The ID indicator can also be activated via the ServerView Operations Manager and the iRMC web interface, and the status can be reported to the ServerView Operations Manager and the iRMC.
  • Page 19 Indicators on the power supply units Figure 9: Indicators on the power supply units Meaning Power supply unit fault indicator and warning indicator Lights up amber when a critical event occurs (power supply unit switches off). Call Customer Support. Assignment of the PCIe slots Figure 10: Principle of PCIe slot assignment at the rear of the device (SU300) The figure shows the PCIe slots of an SU300 (SU300 M2): S1 is equipped with a 4-port LAN controller.
  • Page 20 On models with mono processors (10A to 10F), only the PCIe-Slots S1 to S4 are available. The slots S5 through S10 can only be used with larger configuration. They can optionally be upgraded with two further processor chips without changing the BS2000 performance so that additional Linux/Windows guest systems can be operated on XenVM and the full number of PCIe slots is also available.
  • Page 21: What To Do If

    3 What to do if ... In this chapter, you will learn how to perform a system dump and create diagnostic documentation for the base system X2000 when inexplicable system downtime occurs. In the event of hardware faults the operating system will take the necessary recovery action autonomously. Customer Service is automatically informed by means of a Service Call and initiates repair measures, possibly in conjunction with the customer.
  • Page 22: Related Publications

    You can find the following BS2000 manuals on the manual server with the BS2000 documentation at http://bs2manuals.ts.fujitsu.com Other manuals, for example descriptions of the FUJITSU PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST servers, can be found on the general FUJITSU manual server at http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com...