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Fujitsu Server BS2000 SE Series
Additive Components
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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  • Page 1 English Fujitsu Server BS2000 SE Series Additive Components 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 Additive Components ..........5 1 Introduction .
  • Page 4 4.2.4.2 Removing and replacing a magazine using the RMU ....67 4.2.4.3 Inserting tape cartridges into a magazine ......68 4.2.4.4 Mailslots .
  • Page 5: Additive Components

    Additive Components Additive Components...
  • Page 6: Introduction

    Additive Components 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, an SE server contains all the system components needed for operation as an overall...
  • Page 7: Application Unit

    The list of currently supported operating systems and hypervisor systems can be found in the Release Notice for M2000 available on the manual server ( http://bs2manuals.ts.fujitsu.com ). The use of operating systems or hypervisor systems depends on the series and model of the application unit. For further details or if you want to use other operating systems or virtualization techniques, please contact the Customer Support.
  • Page 8 Additive Components Depending on the hardware base, Application Units differ as follows: Application Unit PY refers to all PRIMERGY based AUs (e.g. the AU20 or AU47 hardware models). Application Unit PQ refers to all PRIMEQUEST based AUs (e.g. the AU87 or DBU87 hardware models). This section covers the following topics: Application Unit PY (SE AU PY) Application Unit AU25...
  • Page 9: Application Unit Py (Se Au Py)

    Additive Components 2.1 Application Unit PY (SE AU PY) The Application Unit PY (SE AU PY) are based on the different models of the FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY series. This section covers the following topics: Application Unit AU25 Application Unit AU47...
  • Page 10: Application Unit Au25

    Security functions in the BIOS setup and on the system board protect the data against manipulation. Information on the security functions is provided in the manual "BIOS Setup Utility for FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY RX25yy M<x>" on the Manual Server ( http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com...
  • Page 11: Application Unit Au47

    Application Units contain two or four Intel XEON processors, have a storage capacity of up to 15 TB and offer up to ten PCI express slots. Detailed information on the various hardware components and interfaces of the Application Units is provided in the data sheet "FUJITSU Server BS2000 SE Series". See the product site for the relevant server at http://www.fujitsu. com/uk Products ->...
  • Page 12: Front Of The Application Unit

    Additive Components 2.1.2.1 Front of the Application Unit Figure 1: Application Unit AU47 M3 (front) Figure 2: Application Unit AU47 M5 (front) Meaning ID card (green) ServerView Local Service Display (AU47 M3 only) Optical drive activity indicator Operator control panel (for further details see figure 3/4 Video port 3x resp.
  • Page 13 Additive Components HDD indicators; 8 slots for 2.5" HDDs AU47 M3 only: SSD indicators; 4 slots for SSDs Figure 3: AU47 M3 (front) - Detailed view: Operator control panel Figure 4: AU47 M5 (front) - Detailed view: Operator control panel Meaning ID button / ID indicator Reset button...
  • Page 14 Additive Components 3x resp. 2x USB ports Video port HDD/SSD activity indicator 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.
  • Page 15 Additive Components Controls Control Meaning Identification (ID) button Lights up (blue) on the front and on the rear of the server when the ID button is pressed. The two ID indicators are synchronized. On/Off switch When the Application Unit is switched off, it is switched on again by pressing the On/Off switch once. When the Application Unit is in operation, it is switched off by pressing the On/Off switch once.
  • Page 16 Additive Components Indicators on the operator control panel Indicator Meaning ID indicator (blue) Lights up blue when the Application 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 GUI, and the status is reported to the ServerView Operations Manager and the iRMC.
  • Page 17 Additive Components Global error 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.
  • Page 18 Additive Components 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)
  • Page 19 Additive Components SSD indicator Figure 6: Indicators on the SSD drives Meaning LED green BUSY Lights up: SSD in active phase Does not light up: SSD inactive LED orange FAULT (orange) (in conjunction with a RAID controller) Does not light up: No error Lights up: Faulty or Rebuild Stopped (drive defective / needs replacing, a rebuild process was stopped or the slide-in module was not correctly inserted) Slow flashing: Rebuild (the data is being restored after changing a drive)
  • Page 20: Rear Of The Application Unit

    Additive Components 2.1.2.2 Rear of the Application Unit Rear of the AU47 M3 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 21 Additive Components ID indicator (blue) Lights up blue when the Application Unit 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 GUI, and the status can be reported to the ServerView Operations Manager and the iRMC.
  • Page 22 Additive Components The MAC addresses entered on the green ID card refer to LAN #1 (SYS1) and #2 (SYS2). The MAC addresses of LAN ports #3 (not used) and #4 (not used) are then the next two MAC addresses in ascending order.
  • Page 23 Additive Components Rear of the AU47 M5 Figure 11: AU47 M5 (rear) Meaning Power cord connections PCI slot 8 (low profile) PCI slot 7 (top), PCI slot 6 (bottom) PCI slot 4 (top), PCI slot 3 (bottom) PCI slot 2 (low profile) PCI slot 1 (low profile) Onboard LAN (SYS1/SYS2 connections) 2x USB 3.0 ports...
  • Page 24: Application Unit Pq (Se Au Pq)

    Additive Components 2.2 Application Unit PQ (SE AU PQ) The Application Unit PQ (SE AU PQ) is based on the different models of the FUJITSU Server PRIMEQUEST series, scalable with up to 8 sockets of the Intel XEON processor family.
  • Page 25: Switching An Application Unit On/Off

    Additive Components 2.3 Switching an Application Unit on/off The Application Units are switched on and off individually or together with the other components of the SE server. 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 [ ], section "Switching the server on and off".
  • Page 26: Operating System And Other Software

    Application Units are supplied with the software ordered and are configured by Customer Support. If you require further software, please contact the Fujitsu Technology Solutions Sales department. The customized ISO image of FUJITSU must be used for vSphere Servers. This can be downloaded via https://support.ts.fujitsu.com You will find information on how to install software and how to configure the Application Unit in the “Operation and...
  • Page 27: System Operation

    Server management is implemented using the ServerView Operations Manager supplied and the PDA (Prefailure Detection and Analysis) technology from Fujitsu Technology Solutions. PDA reports the threat of a system error or overload at an early stage, allowing preventive measures to be taken.
  • Page 28: Net Unit

    Additive Components 3 Net Unit This section covers the following topics: Port extension 10 Gb Net Unit extension Front Rear panel Numbering slots and Ethernet ports Operating the switch LED activity interpretation Front panel LEDs Rear panel LEDs LED patterns Cabling in the Net Unit...
  • Page 29: Port Extension

    Additive Components 3.1 Port extension On SE700, SE500 and SE300 a redundantly designed Net Unit can be enhanced with a port extension. In this case two redundant switches supplement the existing ports of the Net Unit to provide up to 96 redundant LAN ports.
  • Page 30: Gb Net Unit Extension

    Additive Components 3.2 10 Gb Net Unit extension The "normal" Net Unit supports transmission speeds of up to 1 Gbps. The optional 10 Gb Net Unit extension enables high-speed internal and external network connections on the SE server with transmission speeds of up to 10 Gbps.
  • Page 31: Front

    Additive Components 3.2.1 Front Figure 13: Net Unit (ICX 7750-48F) - front Explanation: SFP+ ports 1/1 - 1/48 QSFP+ ports XL2/1 - XL2/6 System LEDs Stack unit ID display Console port Reset button SFP+ port LEDs QSFP+ port LEDs...
  • Page 32: Rear Panel

    Additive Components 3.2.2 Rear panel Figure 14: Net Unit (ICX 7750-48F) - rear Explanation: Power supply unit 2 Fan tray LED Management port USB port 6-port 10/40 GbE QSFP+ expansion module Power supply unit 1 Power supply unit 2 LED Fan tray 4 Fan tray 3 UP and DN port LEDs...
  • Page 33: Numbering Slots And Ethernet Ports

    Additive Components 3.2.3 Numbering slots and Ethernet ports Many CLI commands require users to enter port numbers as part of the command syntax, and many show command outputs display port numbers. The port numbers are entered and displayed in stack-unit/slot number/port number format.
  • Page 34: Operating The Switch

    Additive Components 3.2.4 Operating the switch This section covers the following topics: LED activity interpretation Front panel LEDs Rear panel LEDs LED patterns...
  • Page 35: Led Activity Interpretation

    Additive Components 3.2.4.1 LED activity interpretation System activity and status can be determined through the activity of the LEDs on the switch. There are three possible LED states: off (no light), a steady light, and a flashing light. Flashing lights may be slow, fast, or flickering.
  • Page 36: Front Panel Leds

    Additive Components 3.2.4.2 Front panel LEDs The Brocade ICX 7750-48F switch has the following LEDs on the front panel: Two power supply units (PSU) with bicolor status LEDs (green and amber) labeled PSU1 and PSU2 One DIAG LED with bicolor status (green and amber) provides information about the diagnostic status One MS LED with bicolor status (green and amber) provides information about master/slave mode One HA LED with bicolor status (green and amber) provides information about highavailability mode One RDNT LED with bicolor status (green and amber) provides information about redundant mode...
  • Page 37: Rear Panel Leds

    Additive Components 3.2.4.3 Rear panel LEDs The Brocade ICX 7750-48F switch has the following LEDs on the rear panel: Two Management port status LEDs Two stack control path port LEDs Expansion module LEDs: One Power LED bicolor status LED (green and amber) Four bicolor status LEDs (green and amber) for each of the six QSFP+ ports that indicate the status of the ports in 40 GbE mode and 4x10 GbE breakout mode.
  • Page 38: Led Patterns

    Additive Components 3.2.4.4 LED patterns The following tables describe the Brocade ICX 7750-48F switch LED patterns. PSU1 and PSU2 LEDs LED state Status of hardware Recommended action Off (no System is off or there is no power. Verify the system is on and has completed booting. light) Steady PSU is on and functioning...
  • Page 39 Additive Components Steady amber System is preparing to operate in high availability mode. No action required. RDNT LED LED state Status of hardware Recommended action Off (no light) System does not have redundant fans or PSUs installed No action required. Steady System is operating in redundant mode.
  • Page 40 Additive Components 40 GbE mode QSFP+ port LEDs (left-side LED) LED state Status of hardware Recommended action Off (no light) Not cabled. No action required. Steady green Link is up in 40 GbE mode. No action required. Blinking green There is 40 GbE traffic and packets are being transmitted or received. No action required.
  • Page 41 Additive Components Power supply unit LED LED state Status of hardware Recommended action Off (no light) PSU is not powered on. Verify that the PSU power cord is connected to a functioning power source Steady green PSU is on and functioning properly. No action required.
  • Page 42: Cabling In The Net Unit

    Additive Components 3.2.5 Cabling in the Net Unit Cabling for SE700 / SE500 / SE300 The figures below show examples of the switch cabling in the Net Unit: Net Unit with one ICX6450-24/-48 extended by one ICX7750-48F Net Unit with two ICX6450-24/-48s extended by one ICX7750-48F Net Unit with two ICX6450-24/-48s extended by two ICX7750-48Fs Figure 19: Net Unit with one ICX6450-24/-48 extended by one ICX7750-48F Figure 20: Net Unit with two ICX6450-24/-48s extended by one ICX7750-48F...
  • Page 43 Additive Components Cabling for SE710 / SE310 The figures below show examples of the switch cabling in the Net Unit: Net Unit with one ICX7450-48 extended by one ICX7750-48F Net Unit with two ICX7450-48s extended by one ICX7750-48F Net Unit with two ICX7450-48s extended by two ICX7750-48Fs Figure 22: Net Unit with one ICX7450-48 extended by one ICX7750-48F Figure 23: Net Unit with two ICX7450-48s extended by one ICX7750-48F...
  • Page 44 Additive Components Figure 24: Net Unit with two ICX7450-48s extended by two ICX7750-48Fs...
  • Page 45: Periphery

    Additive Components 4 Periphery The following peripherals can be operated on the SE server: ETERNUS DX disk storage system http://www.fujitsu.com/uk: Go to Support -> IT Products and Systems -> Storage > Browse for Product select product line Storage -> product group ETERNUS ->...
  • Page 46 Additive Components ETERNUS LT40 S2 tape library Front panel Rear panel Operating the tape library Magazines LTO tape cartridges Working with the tape library Error handling ETERNUS DX100 S4 disk storage system ETERNUS LT140 tape library...
  • Page 47: Eternus Jx40 (S2) Disk Storage System

    Therefore, the ETERNUS JX40 disk storage system enables up to 28.8 TB and the ETERNUS JX40 S2 up to 43.2 TB of disk storage space to be provided. When mirroring is used, the net capacity of the disks is lower. For details, please refer to the description provided by FUJITSU under http://www.fujitsu.com/uk >...
  • Page 48: Indicator Elements (Front)

    Additive Components 4.1.1 Indicator elements (front) The status LEDs of the disk storage system and the status indicators of the disk drives are visible at the front of the ETERNUS JX40 (S2) disk storage system. Further controls which are reserved for Customer Support are provided behind the (removable) cover. Operating Status LEDs Figure 26: Operating Status LEDs Color...
  • Page 49 Additive Components Status LEDs of the hard disk drives Figure 27: Status LEDs of the hard disk drives Color Status Meaning Ready LED Green Normal operation Not ready Fault LED Yellow Normal operation On/blinking Error detected, notify Customer Support Each of the 24 possible hard disk drives has a “Ready” LED and a “Fault/Identification” LED.
  • Page 50: Operating And Indicator Elements (Rear)

    Additive Components 4.1.2 Operating and indicator elements (rear) You can see the status LEDs of the SAS I/O module and the status LEDs of the power supply units on the rear side of the ETERNUS JX40 (S2) subsystem. Status LEDs of the SAS expander unit Figure 28: Status LEDs on the rear of the device The status LEDs of the SAS I/O module are located in the upper part of the device.
  • Page 51 Additive Components Status/Fault Blinking Stand by LED Error status Yellow Error detected, notify Customer Support...
  • Page 52: Problem Solutions And Tips

    Additive Components 4.1.3 Problem Solutions and Tips When operation is disrupted, please notify Customer Support. On no account should you attempt to make repairs yourself! The following sections describe irregularities which can be observed on the disk storage subsystem in case of faults.
  • Page 53: Eternus Lt40 S2 Tape Library

    Additive Components 4.2 ETERNUS LT40 S2 tape library This device is supported on SU700, SU500 and SU300 only. The ETERNUS LT40 S2 tape library is a compact, high-performance and low-cost device for mounting in a rack for the purpose of simple and automatic data backup. It is available for the SE server in two variants: ETERNUS LT40 S2 with FC or SAS connection and one or two half-height LTO-5 drives ETERNUS LT40 S2 with FC connection and one or two half-height LTO-6 drives ETERNUS LT40 S2 tape libraries can be be integrated into the SE server when required:...
  • Page 54 Additive Components Data rate QUANTUM Ultrium 6 tapes: Uncompressed: 160 MB/s Compressed: 400 MB/s Drive type LTO-6 HH Number of slots 12/24 (including mailslots) Interface Table 1: Maximum storage capacity This section covers the following topics: Front panel Rear panel Operating the tape library Operating panel on the device Remote Management Unit (RMU)
  • Page 55: Front Panel

    Additive Components 4.2.1 Front panel The power button, operator control panel (OCP), magazines and LEDs are located on the front of the tape library. The operator panel consists of an LCD screen, 4 push button switches and a power on/off button. Figure 29: ETERNUS LT40 S2 front panel Meaning Left-hand or right-hand magazine.
  • Page 56: Rear Panel

    Additive Components 4.2.2 Rear panel The rear panel of the tape library provides access to the SAS or Fibre Channel (FC) connector, tape drives, the power connector, LAN, and to the serial and USB port. Figure 30: ETERNUS LT40 S2 rear panel (SAS variant with two drives) Meaning Power Supply LED’s from top: blue LED on >>...
  • Page 57: Operating The Tape Library

    Additive Components 4.2.3 Operating the tape library This section contains information on operating the tape library. This section covers the following topics: Operating panel on the device Remote Management Unit (RMU)
  • Page 58: Operating Panel On The Device

    Additive Components 4.2.3.1 Operating panel on the device The tape library is by default operated via the Operator Control Panel (OCP). The LCD display of the OCP shows the tape library’s operating status and actions (e.g. “Loading”, “Rewinding” or “Moving tape”). The tape library is protected by preinstalled IDs and passwords.
  • Page 59 Additive Components Input modes There are several modes to enter values in the different menu items. These values are: selectable predefined values, toggle values (e.g. On/Off) and numerical values such as network addresses. Selectable predefined values After the menu item has been reached, the various predefined values can be selected using the UP and DOWN keys (arrow up, arrow down).
  • Page 60 OCP menu flowcharts You will find the menu tree overview in other languages in the language options of the "ETERNUS LT40 S2 Quick Start Guide" available for downloading from the following website: http://www.fujitsu.com/uk > Go to Support -> IT Products and Systems -> Storage .
  • Page 61 Additive Components...
  • Page 62 Additive Components Actions via the OCP Some actions can be executed on the tape library using the OCP (and also via the RMU): Opening a mailslot (menu Commands > Open Mailslot Unlocking a magazine (menu Commands > Unlock Magazines Moving cartridges between the slots (menu Commands >...
  • Page 63: Remote Management Unit (Rmu)

    The functionality of the RMU is described in detail in the “ETERNUS LT40 S2 / LT60 S2” manual. You can download the manual at the address https://support.ts.fujitsu.com Support -> IT Products and Systems -> Storage Browse for Product Storage - >...
  • Page 64 Additive Components Changing the password of the access account You can change the password of the user account you used to log in on the RMU (e.g. by replacing the default password with a new password): > Select Configuration > User >...
  • Page 65: Magazines

    Additive Components 4.2.4 Magazines Cartridges are stored in the slots of the magazines. Up to 12 cartridges can be stored in each magazine. Magazines may be removed and inserted individually. The tape library has two removable magazines with an installation height of two height units. Access to the magazines can be protected by a password.
  • Page 66: Removing And Replacing A Magazine Using The Ocp

    Additive Components 4.2.4.1 Removing and replacing a magazine using the OCP CAUTION! The magazine must only be removed with the manual emergency release in an emergency. Failure to follow normal procedure can cause data loss and equipment damage. The magazines should be released (“unlocked”) using the Operator Control Panel (OCP) or the Remote Management Unit (RMU).
  • Page 67: Removing And Replacing A Magazine Using The Rmu

    Additive Components 4.2.4.2 Removing and replacing a magazine using the RMU > To log on, enter the correct password and press the ENTER key. Operations > Magazines > Select In the next menu you can select the left or right magazine. >...
  • Page 68: Inserting Tape Cartridges Into A Magazine

    Additive Components 4.2.4.3 Inserting tape cartridges into a magazine Unlock the magazines and remove them from the tape library > via OCP, see section "Removing and replacing a magazine using the OCP" via RMU, see section "Removing and replacing a magazine using the RMU" >...
  • Page 69: Mailslots

    Additive Components 4.2.4.4 Mailslots Mailslots are used to import/export individual cartridges without interrupting library operation. The time-consuming inventory of all the cartridges is consequently not required when a magazine is inserted. Always use the mailslot to import/export cartridges. Mailslots are always activated in BS2000 operation. Consequently 3 fewer slots are available for storing cartridges in BS2000 operation.
  • Page 70: Lto Tape Cartridges

    LTO-7 drives support LTO-5 (read only), LTO-6 and LTO-7 magnetic tape cartridges. Cleaning cartridges Only use the cleaning cartridges from Fujitsu Technology Solutions. The use of other cartridges may result in the LTO drive malfunctioning. Using and maintaining tape cartridges...
  • Page 71 Additive Components Ultrium tape cartridges have a recessed area located on the front of the cartridge next to the write-protect switch. Use this area for attaching the adhesive-backed barcode label. Only apply labels as designated in the following figure: Figure 32: Ultrium tape cartridge and proper barcode label placement CAUTION! The barcode label should only be applied as shown in the figure above with the alphanumeric portion facing the hub side of the tape cartridge.
  • Page 72: Working With The Tape Library

    Additive Components 4.2.6 Working with the tape library This section contains hardware-related information on working with the tape library when it is used as a BS2000 device. Cartridges without a label which are contained in the cartridge magazine are not displayed by BS2000. You are therefore urgently recommended only to use cartridges with a label.
  • Page 73: Modes Of The Tape Library

    Additive Components 4.2.6.1 Modes of the tape library The tape library is released for BS2000 operation in two modes (library modes): Random Mode and Sequential Mode. ”Autoload” and “Loop” modes can also be activated in Sequential Mode. You can switch explicitly between Random and Sequential Mode, see "Device settings"...
  • Page 74: Device Settings

    Additive Components 4.2.6.2 Device settings The device settings are defined by Customer Support. The sections below provide information on how you can change these settings. If you wish to make any changes to the configuration, you should consult Customer Support, who will ensure that the functionality of the device is retained in BS2000 operation.
  • Page 75 Additive Components Random Library Mode > Enable the option in > Enable the mailslot. Enable auto cleaning. > Click Refresh to activate the changes. > When two drives are operating in Sequential Mode, you are recommended not to enable the Autoload Loop options, see the note on "Device settings"...
  • Page 76 Additive Components Generally most settings are valid for both logical devices. In the OCP menu Configuration > Library Settings you set the drive ( Master Drive ) via which the library commands are passed. This setting is important when a drive (or cable) fails: When the master drive fails, the robot can no longer be controlled (and the device consequently quits Random Mode).
  • Page 77: Error Handling

    Additive Components 4.2.7 Error handling Problem Solution Power supply No display Make sure the power is connected. messages Make sure the power switch is on. appear Power cycle the library. Contact Customer Support. Tape movement Tape stuck in Detach the tape library while BS2000 is operating ( /DETACH-DEVICE ). This eliminates the drive BS2000 software as a problem source.
  • Page 78 Additive Components Cannot load Make sure you are using a recommended cleaning cartridge, see "LTO tape cartridges" the cleaning Contact Customer Support. cartridge Errors displayed on operator control panel "!" in OCP "Media" inventory display There is an Contact Customer Support error code on (see section "Tape library error codes"...
  • Page 79 Additive Components This section covers the following topics: Removing stuck tapes from slots Tape library error codes...
  • Page 80: Removing Stuck Tapes From Slots

    Additive Components 4.2.7.1 Removing stuck tapes from slots Detach the tape library while BS2000 is operating ( ) before you start your manual work /DETACH-DEVICE on the tape library. Unlock the magazines and remove them from the tape library > via OCP, see section "Removing and replacing a magazine using the OCP"...
  • Page 81 Additive Components Magazine does not unlock If you are not able to remove the magazines using the OCP or the RMU, an emergency release mechanism is available. Detach the tape library while BS2000 is operating ( ) before you start your manual work /DETACH-DEVICE on the tape library.
  • Page 82 Additive Components 3. To manually release the magazines, push the end of a straightened paper clip into the access hole for each magazine at the back of the library. While holding the paper clip, have a second person pull the magazine out of the front of the unit.
  • Page 83: Tape Library Error Codes

    Additive Components 4.2.7.2 Tape library error codes If an error occurs during operation of the library, the library stops the current operation and displays an error code on the LCD screen. If an error message is issued, please notify Customer Support. Example error code EVENT -6 A5 F1...
  • Page 84: Eternus Dx100 S4 Disk Storage System

    4.3 ETERNUS DX100 S4 disk storage system This device is supported on SU310 only. The scalable and unified Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS DX100 S4 delivers enterprise-class functionality to small and medium-sized companies and subsidiaries with an excellent price/performance ratio. It is the perfect solution when consolidating data for server virtualization, e-mail, databases and business applications as well as centralized file services.
  • Page 85: Eternus Lt140 Tape Library

    This device is supported on SU310 only. The Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS LT140 is a cost-effective tape library providing extreme expansion flexibility up to 8400 TB. Starts with a 3U base unit and 20 slots while the pay-as-you-grow concept provides high investment protection that enables to scale and address long-term data storage requirements.
  • Page 86: 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...