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HP A3550A - High Availability Disk Arrays Model 20 Storage Enclosure User Manual

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    CONTENTS Reference 1 Product Description...

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    2 Installation...

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    3 Configuration, HP 9000 Series 700...

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    4 Configuration, HP 9000 Series 800 5 Configuration, HP3000 Series 900 6 Grid Manager...

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    7 Host Utilities and Diagnostics...

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    REFERENCE Features Model 20 Component Part Numbers Specifications Hewlett-Packard Software License Terms Regulatory Statements...

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    Features...

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    Model 20 Component Part Numbers à Upgrade Exchange Description Product Number Part Number 4-Gbyte HH disk module A3396A A3389-69021 4-Gbyte LP disk module A3666A A3666-69021 4-Gbyte LP disk module A5169A A5169-69021 9-Gbyte HH disk module A3541A A3541-69021 9-Gbyte LP disk module A5132A A5132-69021 18-Gbyte HH disk module...

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    Specifications à Model Height Width Depth Rackmount 35.6 cm (14.0 inches) 48.3 cm (19.0 inches) 76.2 cm (30 inches) model 20 Deskside 62.9 cm (24.8 inches) 35.6 cm (14.0 inches) 76.2 cm (30 inches) model 20 WARNING The disk array is very heavy. Use extreme care when moving or lifting it.

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    Ã Current Model draw* BTU/hr K cal/hr Model 20 2.367...

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    Ã Sound Pressure Model Sound Power (Operator’s Position) Model 20 64 dBA 48 dBA...

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    Hewlett-Packard Software License Terms R-10...

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    Regulatory Statements R-14...

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    HP 9000 Series 800 computer system. Roseville California , May 20 , 1998. Frank L.Sindelar,ESSD-R Quality Manager European Contact : Your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office or Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Department ZQ / Standards Europe, Hewlett-Packard Str.1,D-71083 Herrenberg-Gultstein R-15...

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    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION About the Disk Array About Disk Array Components Disk Array High Availability Features Planning Disk Unit Configurations...

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    About the Disk Array...

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    ÃÃ Deskside Model Front View Database Drives A0, B0, C0, A3 Cache Vault Drives A0, B0, C0, D0, E0 Rackmount Model Front View A0 B0 C0 D0 E0 A2 B2 C2 D2 E2 Database Drives A0, B0, C0, A3 A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 A3 B3 C3 D3 E3 Cache Vault Drives A0, B0, C0, D0, E0...

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    About Disk Array Components...

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    Disk Array High Availability Features 1-15...

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    Planning Disk Unit Configurations AUTION 1-20...

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    ÃÃ First Module . . . Second Module . . . = User data 1-22...

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    ÃÃ Stripe Blocks User Data = First module of 0-127 1536-1663 384-511 768-895 1152-1279 primary image . . . Stripe element size Second module of 128-255 1664-1791 512-639 1280-1407 896-1023 primary image . . . Third module of 256-383 1792-1919 640-767 1408-1535 1024-1151...

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    ÃÃ B0 C0 p1 p2 p3 s1 s2 s3 Rackmount model Deskside model Primary mirror image = p1, p2, p3 Secondary mirror image = s1, s2, s3 Mirrored pairs = p1 and s1, p2 and s2, and p3 and s3 1-24...

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    ÃÃ User data = Parity data = 0-127 First Module 512-639 1536-1663 1024-1151 . . . 128-255 2048-2175 Second Module 640-767 1152-1279 . . . Third Module 256-383 2176-2303 768-895 1664-1791 . . . 384-511 Fourth Module 2304-2431 1792-1919 1280-1407 .

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    ÃÃ Spare A0 B0 C0 D0 E0 A2 A1 B1 Deskside Model Rackmount Model 1-28...

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    Physical disk Tolerance for single configuration Read performance Write performance disk module failure? RAID-5 group with 5 Up to 5.0 with Up to 1.25 with disk modules 5-module group 5-module group RAID-1 mirrored pair RAID-1/0 group with 6 Up to 3.0 with Up to 3.0 with modules 6-module group...

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    ÃÃ Host Name Array Name A1-E1 & A3-E3 A0-E0 & A2-E2 A0-A4 & B0-B4 Host Adapter Paths In Out In Out SP-A SP-B Lun RAID Num Hardware Path Volume Number Size Logical Size Disks Device File Group ID Physical MBytes Volumes MBytes Extents...

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    ÃÃ Host Name Array Name A1-E1 & A3-E3 A0-E0 & A2-E2 A0-A4 & B0-B4 Host Adapter Paths In Out In Out SP-A SP-B Lun RAID Num Primary Alternate Volume Number Size Logical Size Disks Path Path Group ID Physical MBytes Volumes MBytes Device File...

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    ÃÃ Host 1 Adapter A Adapter B Terminators SP A SP B SP A SP B Array 1 Array 2 SP A SP B Host 1 Host 2 Adapter A Adapter A Adapter B Adapter B SP A SP B SP A SP B Array 1...

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    INSTALLATION Installing the Disk Array Check the Software Install Additional SCSI-2 Host Adapter Cards on the Host Set SCSI IDs for SPs in the Disk Array(s) Connect Asynchronous (Console) Cables Connect the Power Cord Power Up the Disk Array...

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    Installing the Disk Array...

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    Check the Software 9245XA HP-UX (A.09.04) #0: Wed Oct 26 09:44:06 PDT 1994 Note...

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    Install Additional SCSI-2 Host Adapter Cards on the Host...

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    Set SCSI IDs for SPs in the Disk Array(s) Ã...

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    ÃÃ Switch number SCSI ID number ID 0 ID 1 ID 2 ID 3 Note...

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    Connect Asynchronous (Console) Cables ÃÃÃÃ...

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    YSTEM 2-10...

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    Component Part number Part number Part number HP Terminal Multiplexer Card J2094A J2085A (options J2092A required) HP ADP II or MDP 8-port MUX 5062-3054 Option 101 5181-2085 Box (DDP II) HP Card to MUX box cable J2094-60004 Option 107 5062-3100 HP MUX box to RS-232 Array 17355D (for 17355D (for...

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    Class H/W path Driver H/W Status S/W Status mux2 ok(0xd00) 2/0/4 asio0 CLAIMED INTERFACE Built-in RS-232C 2/0/5 asio0 CLAIMED INTERFACE Built-in RS-232C mux2 port hardwired address /dev/tty0p0 mux2 port hardwired address /dev/tty0p1 mux2 port hardwired address /dev/tty0p2 mux2 port callin address /dev/tty0p6 lssf /dev/ttyd0*...

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    ttyp1:2:off:/etc/getty -h tty0p1 9600 ttyp2:2:off:/etc/getty -h tty0p2 9600 ttyp3:2:off:/etc/getty -h tty0p3 9600 2-14...

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    Note Class LU H/W Path Driver H/W Status S/W Status disk 22 24.0.0 scsi3.target.disc3 ok(0x20000202) disk 23 24.0.1 scsi3.target.disc3 ok(0x0) disk 24 24.0.2 scsi3.target.disc3 ok(0x0) disk 25 24.0.3 scsi3.target.disc3 ok(0x0) disk 12 24.1.0 scsi3.target.disc3 ok(0x20000202) disk 26 24.1.1 scsi3.target.disc3 ok(0x650202) disk 27 24.1.2 scsi3.target.disc3...

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    disk 16.14.0 disc3 CLAIMED DEVICE C2300WDR5 disk 16.14.1 disc3 CLAIMED DEVICE C2300WDR5 disk 16.14.2 disc3 CLAIMED DEVICE C2300WDR5 disk 52.5.0 disc3 CLAIMED DEVICE C2474S disk 52.6.0 disc3 CLAIMED DEVICE C2473S 2-16...

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    Connect the Power Cord ÃÃ 2-17...

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    CONFIGURATION, HP 9000 SERIES 700 Disk Array Support Requirements for HP-UX Release 9.05/9.07 Installing and Reconfiguring on S700 Systems Disk Array Configurations Basic Configuration for Model 20 Disk Array Two-SP Configuration Multi-Bus Configuration (HP-UX 10.x and Later)

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    Disk Array Support Requirements for HP-UX Release 9.05/9.07 Installing and Reconfiguring on S700 Systems...

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    Disk Array Configurations Configuration type Features Basic Applications can continue to run after the failure of a single disk module One host within a physical disk unit (LUN). Applications cannot continue to run if an One SCSI-2 adapter SP, SCSI-2 adapter or external SCSI-2 bus fails. One SCSI-2 bus One SP Two-SP...

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    Basic Configuration for Model 20 Disk Array ÃÃ...

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. Disk array fails. System Administrator or service provider replaces SP and the System Administrator restarts operating system. Fan failure Applications continue running.

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    Two-SP Configuration ÃÃ Host Computer Disk Array SCSI-2 SP-A Adapter System RS-232 Console SP-B RS-232 System Disk To MUX port or terminal...

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Provides the same features as the basic configuration but with better performance and higher availability. Applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. With HP-UX 10.x, if one SP fails, ownership of the failed SP’s LUNs can transfer automatically to the remaining operational SP.

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    ÃÃÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Provides the same features as the basic configuration but with better performance and higher availability. Applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. Yes* If one SP fails, the System Administrator can access the LUNs owned by the failed SP by accessing the remaining operational SP with the other host.

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    CONFIGURATION, HP 9000 SERIES 800 Disk Array Configurations Basic Configuration for Model 20 Disk Arrays Two-SP Configuration Two-Adapter/Two-SP Configuration Multi-Bus Configuration Multi-Initiator Configuration (HP-UX 10.x and Later) Multi-Bus/Initiator Configuration (HP-UX 10.x and Later)

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    Disk Array Configurations Configuration type Features Basic Applications can continue to run after the failure of a single disk One host module within a physical disk unit (LUN). Applications cannot One SCSI-2 adapter continue to run if an SP, SCSI-2 adapter or external SCSI-2 bus fails. One SCSI-2 bus One SP Two-SP...

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    Two-adapter/Two SP Provides highest availability and best array performance for single- One host host configurations. Applications can continue to run after failure of a Two SCSI-2 adapters disk module. Two SCSI-2 buses Two SPs HP-UX 9.04 If one SP fails, the System Administrator must reassign ownership of the failed SP’s LUNs to the operational SP by using Grid Manager.

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    Multi-initiator Adds backup host to two-SP configuration. Applications can continue Two hosts after the failure of any disk module. If one host, one SCSI-2 adapter, Two SCSI-2 adapters or one SP fails, the other host can take over the failed host’s disks if (one per host) the array and hosts have been appropriately configured with LVM.

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    Basic Configuration for Model 20 Disk Arrays ÃÃ...

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. Disk array fails. System Administrator or service provider replaces SP and the System Administrator restarts operating system.

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Yes (9.04) Applications continue running. System Administrator or service Yes (10.x) provider replaces module. Provides the same features as the basic configuration, but with better performance and higher availability. Applications can continue to run after the failure of a single disk module.

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after What happens and how to recover component failure? Disk module Yes (9.04) Applications continue running. System Administrator or service Yes (10.x) provider replaces module. Provides the same features as the basic configuration, but with better performance and higher availability. Applications can continue to run after the failure of a single disk module.

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Yes (9.04) Provides the same features as the basic configuration, but Yes (10.x) with better performance and higher availability. Applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module.

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    Multi-Initiator Configuration (HP-UX 10.x and Later) ÃÃ 4-13...

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. Provides the same features as the basic configuration, but with better performance and higher availability. Applications can continue to run after the failure of a single disk module.

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    Multi-Bus/Initiator Configuration (HP-UX 10.x and Later) ÃÃ 4-15...

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. Provides the same features as the basic configuration, but with better performance and higher availability. Applications can continue to run after the failure of a single disk module.

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    CONFIGURATION, HP3000 SERIES 900 MPE/iX Considerations Disk Array Configurations Basic Configuration for the Model 20 Disk Array Two-SP Configuration Two-Adapter/Two-SP Configuration Multi-Bus Configuration Configuring Disk Array SCSI LUNs for MPE/iX...

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    MPE/iX Considerations ISL> ODE ODE> run mapper I/O Configuration: Type Revisions Path Component Name Hdwr Firm ---- -------------------------- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- HP-PB Fast Wide SCSI Resetting SCSI Bus. . . 8.1.1 HPC1300WDR5 RAID-5 disk array HP02 8.1.3 HPC1300WDR1 RAID-1 disk array HP02 8.1.4 HPC1300WDR1 RAID-1 disk array...

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    Disk Array Configurations Configuration type Features Basic With RAID of any supported level, applications can continue to run One host after the failure of a single physical disk module within a logical disk One SCSI-2 adapter unit (LUN). Applications cannot continue to run if a SP or SCSI-2 One SCSI-2 bus adapter fails.

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    Two-adapter/Two SP Provides highest availability and best array performance for single- One host host configurations. With RAID of any supported level, applications Two SCSI-2 adapters can continue to run after failure of a disk module. Two SCSI-2 buses Two SPs If one SP fails, the System Administrator must reassign ownership of the failed SP’s LUNs to the operational SP by using Grid Manager.

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    Basic Configuration for the Model 20 Disk Array ÃÃ...

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module With RAID of any level supported by MPE/iX, applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. Disk array fails. System Administrator or service provider replaces SP and the System Administrator restarts operating system.

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    Two-SP Configuration ÃÃ...

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module With RAID of any level supported by MPE/iX, applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. Provides the same features as the basic configuration, but with better performance and higher availability.

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    Two-Adapter/Two-SP Configuration ÃÃ...

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module With RAID of any level supported by MPE/iX, applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module. Provides the same features as the basic configuration, but with better performance and higher availability.

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    ÃÃ Failing Continue after component failure? What happens and how to recover Disk module Provides the same features as the basic configuration but with better performance and higher availability. With RAID of any level supported by MPE/iX, applications continue running. System Administrator or service provider replaces module.

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    Configuring Disk Array SCSI LUNs for MPE/iX io> lp 10 PATH: LDEV: A2372-60003 TYPE: BC PMGR: BUS_CONV_MGR PMGRPRI: LMGR: MAXIOS: io> lp 10/16 PATH: 10/16 LDEV: A2372-60003 TYPE: BC PMGR: BUS_CONV_MGR PMGRPRI: LMGR: MAXIOS: io> ap 10/16/4 id=hp28696a io> lp 10/16/4 PATH: 10/16/4 LDEV:...

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    io> lp 10/4/24 PATH: 10/4/24 LDEV: A2372-60003-FWSCSI TYPE: DA PMGR: FWSCSI_DAM PMGRPRI: LMGR: MAXIOS: io> ap 10/16/4.1 id=PSEUDO io> lp 10/16/4.1 PATH: 10/16/4.1 LDEV: PSEUDO TYPE: DA PMGR: TRANSPARENT_MGR PMGRPRI: LMGR: MAXIOS: 10-Slot Array HPC1300WD 20-Slot Array HPC2300WD Note io> ad 30 id=hpc2300wd path=10/16/4.1.0 io>...

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    io> ad 31 id=hpc2300wd path=10/16/4.1.1 io> ad 32 id=hpc2300wd path=10/16/4.1.2 5-15...

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    GRID MANAGER About Grid Manager Configuring MUX Ports on HP 9000 Systems Configuring RS-232 Ports on HP 3000 Series 900 Systems Initiating Grid Manager on HP-UX Initiating Grid Manager on MPE/iX Displaying the Grid Manager Main Menu Grid Manager Menus Presentation Utility Screen Enabling/Disabling the SP620 SCSI Storage Processor Creating Logical Disk Units (LUNs)

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    About Grid Manager Note...

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    Configuring MUX Ports on HP 9000 Systems Note Note cd /usr/lib/uucp (Go to the uucp directory.) cp Devices Devices.old (Make a backup copy of the Devices file.) vi Devices (Use the vi editor to edit the Devices file.) Direct tty0p1 - 9600 direct Direct tty0p2 - 9600 direct...

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    Direct tty0p1 - 9600 direct Direct tty0p2 - 9600 direct (Go to the /etc directory.) cd /etc (Make a backup copy of the passwd file.) cp passwd passwd.old (Use the vi editor to edit the passwd file.) vi passwd gridmgr0::101:20:The Gridmgr:/users/gridmgr0:/bin/ksh gridmgr1::101:20:The Gridmgr:/users/gridmgr1:/bin/ksh (Go to the /users directory.) cd /users...

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    # Set up the shell environment. set -u trap “echo 'logout'” 0 # Set up the shell variables. EDITOR=vi export EDITOR # Set up the Grid Manager Mux Port. (Add lu# and port# to access first the SP) TTYDEV=ttylu#pport# export TTYDEV # Ensure there is only one invocation of Grid Manager.

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    Configuring RS-232 Ports on HP 3000 Series 900 Systems ROFILES ROFILE...

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    Terminal type [10] (10, 18, or 24) or terminal type file name [ Line speed [9600 ] (300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, or 19200 bps Record width (1... 2048 bytes) Modem type (0 - none, 1 - US, 2 - European) Modem behavior (0 - none, 1 - DCE, 2 - DTE, 3 - DCE high) Parity...

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    72MX ONFIG ONFIG RIOR CREEN RIOR CREEN ETURN DTS/LINK ALIDATE ETURN...

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    Initiating Grid Manager on HP-UX Login: gridmgr0 ONTROL ONTROL ETURN 6-10...

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    Initiating Grid Manager on MPE/iX 6-11...

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    :run gridmgr.pub.sys GridMgr/iX (A.01.01) (C) COPYRIGHT Hewlett-Packard Co. 1996 FRI, APR 26, 1996, 8:30 AM There are 29 Grid Manager Disk Array Ldevs configured on this system. Their Ldev numbers are: Which of these Disk Array Ldevs do you want to use? (You can select Ldev number zero to mean "none of them".)

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    :run gridmgr.pub.sys GridMgr/iX (A.01.01) (C) COPYRIGHT Hewlett-Packard Co. 1996 SAT, APR 27, 1996, 6:39 PM ERROR: Insufficient user capabilities. You must have SM (System manager), OP (System Operator) or DI (Diagnostician) capability in order to run the GridMgr program. END OF PROGRAM...

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    ÃÃ ONTROL ONTROL 6-14...

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    :run gridmgr.pub.sys GridMgr/iX (A.01.01) (C) COPYRIGHT Hewlett-Packard Co. 1996 FRI, APR 26, 1996, 8:30 AM There are 29 Grid Manager Disk Array Ldevs configured on this system. Their Ldev numbers are: Which of these Disk Array Ldevs do you want to use? (You can select Ldev number zero to mean "none of them".)

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    Displaying the Grid Manager Main Menu ETURN ÃÃ 6-17...

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    Grid Manager Menus ETURN 1) Presentation Utility Displays the Presentation screen 2) Bind Physical Units 1- RAID-5 Group (Individual Access Array) Displays dialogue for making a RAID-5 LUN 2- RAID-3 Group (Parallel Access Array) Displays dialogue for making a RAID-3 LUN 3- RAID-1 Mirrored Pair Displays dialogue for making a RAID-1 LUN 4- RAID-0 Group (Non-redundant Individual Access Array)

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    7- Hot Spare Displays dialogue for making a hot spare 3) Unbind Physical Units Displays dialogue for unbinding a LUN 4) View Unsolicited Event Log Displays the Unsolicited Event Logs, starting at entry number 1. Allows selection of a filter for either error code or FRU. 5) Change Parameters 1- Change Physical Unit Parameters 1.

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    3. Change System Date and Time Displays dialogue for changing date and time 3- Change SP Parameters 1. Enable/Disable Statistics Logging Displays dialogue for controlling statistics logging 2. Enable/Disable Periodic Error Reporting Displays dialogue for controlling periodic error reporting 3. Change Console Parameters Displays several modifiable console parameters (default is 9600 baud, 8 bit, no parity) 4.

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    2- RAID-3 Group (Parallel Access Array) Displays dialogue for making a RAID-3 LUN 3- RAID-1 Mirrored Pair Displays dialogue for making a RAID-1 LUN 4- RAID-0 Group (Non-redundant Individual Access Array) Displays dialogue for making a RAID-0 LUN 5- RAID-1/0 Group (Mirrored RAID-0 Group) Displays dialogue for making a RAID-1/0 LUN 6- Individual Disk Unit Displays dialogue for making an independent mode disk...

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    2- Change Storage System Parameters 1. Change Storage System Caching Parameters Change caching parameters? [N] Y Write Cache State (Enable, Disable)? [Disable] Cache Page Size in KB (2, 4, 8, 16)? [2] Read Cache State (Enable, Disable)? [Disable] Peer Read Cache State (Enable, Disable)? [Disable] BBU Testing (Enable, Disable)? [Enable] BBU Test Day of the Week (1-7)? [1] BBU Test Hour (0-23)? [0]...

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    5. Change Host Interface Options Addressing model (LUN, TARGET) [LUN] Target initiated negotiation (DISABLED, ENABLED) [ENABLED] Substitute busy for qfull (DISABLED, ENABLED) [DISABLED] Mode page 8 (DISABLED, ENABLED) [DISABLED] Recovered error log reporting (DISABLED, ENABLED) [ENABLED] Allow non-Mirrored Cache (DISABLED, ENABLED) [DISABLED] Auto Trespass (DISABLED, ENABLED)

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    4) View Unsolicited Event Log Displays the Unsolicited Event Logs, starting at entry number 1. Allows selection of a filter for either error code or FRU. 5) Change Parameters 1- Change Physical Unit Parameters 1. Change Default SP Ownership of Unit Displays dialogue for changing SP ownership 2.

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    4. Change System Date and Time Displays dialogue for changing date and time 3- Change SP Parameters 1. Enable/Disable Statistics Logging Displays dialogue for controlling statistics logging 2. Enable/Disable Periodic Error Reporting Displays dialogue for controlling periodic error reporting 3. Change Console Parameters Displays several modifiable console parameters (default is 9600 baud, 8 bit, no parity) 4.

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    5- RAID-1/0 Group (Mirrored RAID-0 Group) Displays dialogue for making a RAID-1/0 LUN 7- Hot Spare Displays dialogue for making a hot spare 3) Unbind Logical Units Displays dialogue for unbinding a LUN 4) View Maintenance Information 1- Display Unsolicited Event Log Displays the Unsolicited Event Logs, starting at entry number 1.

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    2- Change Storage System Parameters 1. Change Storage System Caching Parameters Displays dialog for current cache parameters: Change caching parameters? [N] Y Cache State (Enable, Disable)? [Disable] Cache Page Size in KB (2, 4, 8, 16)? [64] Cache Size in MB? [64] BBU Test Day of the Week (1-7)? [1] BBU Test Hour (0-23)? [0] BBU Test Minutes (0-59)? [0]...

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    5. Soft Disable/Enable SP Displays dialogue for enabling and disabling the SP 4- Save Options as Defaults Saves the current disk array configuration as the default 5- Restore Default Options Restores the disk array configuration previously saved using Save Options as Defaults 6) View Cache Statistics Displays dialogue for displaying cache statistics 6-28...

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    Presentation Utility Screen ÃÃ 6-29...

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    ONTROL ONTROL Â 6-30...

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    ETURN 6-31...

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    Code Disk module status BIN n Binding -- being bound into logical disk unit (LUN). No other configuration functions can be performed while disks are being bound. ENA n Enabled (bound with its primary route via this SP). If disk array has another SP, this module’s box is marked RDY on that SP’s display.

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    Code Disk module status EQZ n Hot spare only. Data is being copied from the hot spare onto a replacement disk module in the logical disk unit whose number is shown. FMT n Being hardware formatted. Generally, modules do not need hardware formatting. Powered off by the SP, which can happen if the wrong type of module is inserted;...

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    AUTION 6-35...

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    Function H, h or left arrow Moves cursor left one box. J, j or down arrow Moves cursor down one box. K, k or up arrow Moves cursor up one box. L, l or right arrow Moves cursor right one box. Space bar Moves the cursor right one box.

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    Enabling/Disabling the SP620 SCSI Storage Processor ETURN Â Â ÃÃ 6-37...

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    Creating Logical Disk Units (LUNs) 6-38...

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    Group to bind Restrictions and recommendations Any group Only unbound (UNB) disk modules can be bound. If an attempt is made to bind a module that is binding (BIN), Grid Manager displays an error message. All disk modules in a group must be of the same type and same capacity to use the modules’...

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    Note ETURN ÃÃ Logical disk unit type Bind options Recommendations RAID-5 Logical unit number Default Maximum rebuild time Default Sectors per stripe element Default Enable caches* Both RAID-1/0 Logical unit number Default Maximum rebuild time Default Sectors per stripe element Default Enable caches* Both...

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    Unbinding a Logical Disk Unit (LUN) AUTION ETURN Dual board unbind error ETURN 6-45...

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    ETURN ÃÃ 6-46...

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    Setting up Disk Array Caching for Microcode Revision 7.23 ÃÃÃÃÃÃ Model 20 8 Mbyte 4 x 4 Mbyte (four A3235A SIMMs) 16 Mbyte 8 x 4 Mbyte (eight A3235A SIMMs) 32 Mbyte 4 x 16 Mbyte (four A3234A SIMMs) 64 Mbyte 8 x 16 Mbyte (eight A3234A SIMMs) 6-47...

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    Setting up Disk Array Caching for Microcode Revision 8.xx/9.xx ÃÃÃÃÃÃ Model 20 8 Mbyte 4 x 4 Mbyte (4 A3235A SIMMs) 16 Mbyte 8 x 4 Mbyte (8 A3235A SIMMs) 32 Mbyte 4 x 16 Mbyte (4 A3234A SIMMs) 64 Mbyte 8 x 16 Mbyte (8 A3234A SIMMs) 6-53...

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    Specifying Memory Configuration for Microcode Revision 8.xx/9.xx SP620 SCSI SP SP A SP B SP A SP B Total Physical Memory 64 Mbyte 64 Mbyte 64 Mbyte 64 Mbyte System Buffer Size 2 Mbyte 2 Mbyte 4 Mbyte 4 Mbyte Write Cache Size 41 Mbyte 41 Mbyte...

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    ÃÃ Total cache Buffer Write cache Read cache 4 Mbyte 2 Mbyte 1 Mbyte 1 Mbyte 8 Mbyte 2 Mbyte 4 Mbyte 2 Mbyte 16 Mbyte 2 Mbyte 9 Mbyte 5 Mbyte 32 Mbyte 2 Mbyte 20 Mbyte 10 Mbyte 64 Mbyte 2 Mbyte 41 Mbyte...

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    Ã Total cache Buffer Write cache Read cache 8 Mbyte 4 Mbyte 4 Mbyte 1 Mbyte 16 Mbyte 4 Mbyte 8 Mbyte 4 Mbyte 32 Mbyte 4 Mbyte 18 Mbyte 10 Mbyte 64 Mbyte 4 Mbyte 40 Mbyte 20 Mbyte Â...

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    Changing Storage System Parameters (Two SPs in one array with jumper cable installed) OPTION PACKAGE “A” FOR HP-UX 9.04 Class H/W Path Driver H/W Status S/W Status disk 8.5.0 scsi3.target.disc3 ok (0x20650202 disk 8.6.0 scsi3.target.disc3 ok (0x650202 disk 8.6.1 scsi3.target.disc3 ok (0x650202) (Two SPs in one array with jumper cable installed) OPTION PACKAGE...

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    disk 16.5.1 disc3 CLAIMED DEVICE C2300WDR5 disk 16.6.0 disc3 CLAIMED DEVICE C2300WDR5 disk 16.6.1 disc3 CLAIMED DEVICE C2300WDR5 #ioscan -fC disk Class H/W Path Driver H/W Status S/W Status disk 8.5.0 scsi3.target.disc3 ok(0x20650202) disk 8.6.0 scsi3.target.disc3 ok (0x650202) disk 8.6.1 scsi3.target.disc3 ok (0x650202) #diskinfo /dev/rdsk/c0d0s2...

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    HOST UTILITIES AND DIAGNOSTICS Overview High Availability Disk Array Monitor (HARAYMON) Support Tools Manager (STM) SAM (System Administration Management Tool) LVM (Logical Volume Manager) EMS (Hardware Event Monitoring)

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    Overview...

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    High Availability Disk Array Monitor (HARAYMON)

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    AUTION...

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    =============================== Mon Jul 11 10:23:17 MST 1994 High Availability Array Monitor =============================== Drive Failure Product ID HP A3232A_RAID_5 Physical Device 48.0.1 Disk Position: B2 =============================== Mon Jul 11 10:23:17 MST 1994 High Availability Array Monitor =============================== Fan Unit Failure Product ID HP A3232A_RAID_5 Physical Device 48.0.1 Fan Number B ===============================...

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    Product ID HP A3232A_RAID_5 Physical Device 48.0.1 Controller A =============================== Mon Jul 11 10:23:17 MST 1994 High Availability Array Monitor =============================== VSC Module Failure Product ID HP A3232A_RAID_5 Physical Device 48.0.1 VSC Number A =============================== Mon Jul 11 10:23:17 MST 1994 High Availability Array Monitor =============================== Battery Backup Unit Failure...

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    High Availability Array Monitor =============================== Drive Failure Product ID HP A3232A_RAID_5 Physical Device 48.0.0 Disk Position: B2 =============================== Mon Feb 20 10:05:12 MST 1995 High Availability Array Monitor =============================== Drive Failure Product ID HP A3232A_RAID_5 Physical Device 48.0.1 Disk Position: B2...

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    Support Tools Manager (STM) Interface name Intended environment Invoking command xstm X Windows terminals and workstations /usr/sbin/xstm mstm Menu-based, for non-graphics terminals /usr/sbin/mstm cstm Command line, for use in scripts /usr/sbin/cstm...

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    ÃÃ Support tool license required? Tool type Description Information Provides quick access to the most useful information. Firmware Update Updates SP microcode and disk module firmware. Expert Provides low-level access to the SCSI disk array for configuration and troubleshooting.

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    ÃÃ Status field values Description This SP ID, hard address, loop ID, and SP model of this SP Peer SP ID, hard address, and loop ID of peer SP Serial # Serial number of the SCSI disk array FAULT DETECTED Displayed only if the SP reports a SCSI disk array fault (the Information Tool completion status will be set to Information Warning)

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    Status field values Description Array Date SCSI disk array’s date, in mm/dd/yy format Array Time SCSI disk array’s time, in hh:mm:ss 24 hour format Cabnt Type Cabinet type (for example, deskside or rackmount) Fan A/B Fan status (for example, OK or NR [not ready]) VSC A/B/C Power supply units status Battery Backup Unit status...

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    Status field values Description equalizing (with a hot spare) unsupported ÃÃ Status field values Description blank disk is unbound disk is bound to a RAID-1 LUN disk is bound to a RAID-3 LUN disk is bound to a RAID-5 LUN R-10 disk is bound to a RAID-1/0 LUN disk is bound to a hot spare LUN...

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    ÃÃ Column heading Description LUN to which current disks are bound, displays “-” if no LUN Current / Default ownership of the LUN, displays “-” if none Fru/BS Disk FRU/FRU-bind-slot (if they exist) LUN read (R = on, “-” = off) / write (W = on, “-” = off) cache LUN auto-trespass state (on, off, “-”...

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    Column heading Description Type/Vendor LUN type or disk vendor, as appropriate Product ID LUN or disk product identification, as appropriate AprxCap LUN or disk approximate user capacity, as appropriate, where AprxCap (Gbytes) = user_bytes / 1,000,000,000 LUN block size B/R% Build/Rebuild percentage 7-16...

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    ÃÃ ÃÃ Menu item Option Property Description File Select File... filename Specifies the microcode or firmware file to be used. Save As... filename Saves a file using a user-specified name. Print... Prints a file. Exit... Exits the Firmware Update Tool. 7-19...

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    Menu item Option Property Description List Current Lists SP microcode and disk module firmware Revisions revisions currently in use (Figure 7-7). File Selection Reports the file previously specified using the Select File option on the File menu. Instructions Lists basic instructions for Firmware Update Tool use.

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    Menu items Option Property Description File Save As Saves the contents of main STM window to a file. Print Prints the contents of main STM window. Exit Exits the Expert Tool. Logs View Unsolicited Log Event Codes: All Displays Unsolicited Event Log information for the SP to which the command is issued.

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    Menu items Option Property Description Utilities Bind LUN Binds selected disk modules into a LUN with a specified RAID level. Unbind LUNs Unbinds a LUN. LUN Configuration Auto-assign Enables or disables the auto-assign state of a LUN. Cache Parms Enables or disables write and read caching for a LUN.

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    ÃÃ Support tool license required? Tool type Description Information Provides quick access to the most useful information. Firmware Update Updates SP microcode and disk module firmware. Expert Provides low-level access to the SCSI disk array for configuration and troubleshooting. 7-39...

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    ÃÃ Status field values Description This SP ID, hard address, loop ID, and SP model of this SP Peer SP ID, hard address, and loop ID of peer SP Serial # Serial number of the SCSI disk array 7-41...

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    Status field values Description FAULT DETECTED Displayed only if the SP reports a SCSI disk array fault (the Information Tool completion status will be set to Information Warning) Array Date SCSI disk array’s date, in mm/dd/yy format Array Time SCSI disk array’s time, in hh:mm:ss 24 hour format Cabnt Type Cabinet type (for example, deskside or rackmount) Fan A/B...

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    Status field values Description binding formatting equalizing (with a hot spare) unsupported ÃÃ Status field values Description blank disk is unbound disk is bound to a RAID-1 LUN disk is bound to a RAID-3 LUN disk is bound to a RAID-5 LUN R-10 disk is bound to a RAID-1/0 LUN disk is bound to a hot spare LUN...

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    ÃÃ Column heading Description LUN to which current disks are bound, displays “-” if no LUN Current / Default ownership of the LUN, displays “-” if none Fru/BS Disk FRU/FRU-bind-slot (if they exist) LUN read (R = on, “-” = off) / write (W = on, “-” = off) cache LUN auto-trespass state (on, off, “-”...

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    ÃÃ ÃÃ Menu item Option Property Description File Select File... filename Specifies the microcode or firmware file to be used. Save As... filename Saves a file using a user-specified name. Print... Prints a file. Exit... Exits the Firmware Update Tool. List Current Lists SP microcode and disk module firmware...

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    Menu item Option Property Description Update Controller Download, Downloads microcode to the SCSI disk array’s Firmware update PROM database drives, burns PROM code contained in the and restart download file into the SP’s PROMs, and restarts the controllers SP using the new microcode. Download and Downloads microcode to the SCSI disk array’s restart...

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    ÃÃ Menu items Option Property Description File Save As Saves the contents of main STM window to a file. Print Prints the contents of main STM window. Exit Exits the Expert Tool. 7-51...

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    Menu items Option Property Description Logs View Unsolicited Log Event Codes: All Displays Unsolicited Event Log information for the SP to which the command is issued. Event Codes >= 0x800 (Note that the log can be saved to a file, and Event Codes >= 0x900 further filtering can then be done using HP-UX commands such as grep.)

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    Menu items Option Property Description Utilities Bind LUN Binds selected disk modules into a LUN with a specified RAID level. Unbind LUNs Unbinds a LUN. LUN Configuration Auto-assign Enables or disables the auto-assign state of a LUN. Cache Parms Enables or disables write and read caching for a LUN.

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    SAM (System Administration Management Tool) ETURN ETURN ETURN 7-66...

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    ETURN ETURN ETURN ETURN 7-67...

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    LVM (Logical Volume Manager) Note pvcreate -f /dev/rdsk/c5d0S2 pvcreate -f /dev/rdsk/c5t1d0 pvcreate -f /dev/rdsk/c6d0S2 pvcreate -f /dev/rdsk/c5t1d3 pvcreate -f /dev/rdsk/c7d0S2 pvcreate -f /dev/rdsk/c5t1d5 mkdir /dev/vg01 mkdir /dev/vg02 7-68...

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    mkdir /dev/vg03 mkdir /dev/vg01/group c 64 0x010000 mkdir /dev/vg02/group c 64 0x020000 mkdir /dev/vg03/group c 64 0x030000 vgcreate /dev/vg01 /dev/dsk/c5d0S2 vgcreate /dev/vg02 /dev/dsk/c5d1S2 vgcreate /dev/vg03 /dev/dsk/c5d2S2 vgdisplay -v /dev/vg01 vgdisplay -v /dev/vg02 vgdisplay -v /dev/vg03 vgcreate /dev/vg01 /dev/dsk/c5t1d0 /dev/dsk/c1t2d0 vgcreate /dev/vg02 /dev/dsk/c5t1d3 /dev/dsk/c1t2d3 vgcreate /dev/vg03 /dev/dsk/c5t1d5 /dev/dsk/c1t2d5 vgdisplay -v /dev/vg01 vgdisplay -v /dev/vg02...

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    lvdisplay /dev/vg01/1vo11 lvdisplay /dev/vg02/1vo11 lvdisplay /dev/vg02/1vo12 lvdisplay /dev/vg02/1vo13 lvdisplay /dev/vg02/1vo14 lvdisplay /dev/vg03/1vo11 lvdisplay /dev/vg03/1vo12 /dev/vg01/r1vo11 /dev/vg01/r1vo11 /dev/vg01/r1vo12 /dev/vg01/r1vo13 /dev/vg01/r1vo14 /dev/vg01/r1vo11 /dev/vg01/r1vo12 /dev/vg01/1vo11 /dev/vg01/1vo11 /dev/vg01/1vo12 /dev/vg01/1vo13 /dev/vg01/1vo14 /dev/vg01/1vo11 /dev/vg01/1vo12 7-70...

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    EMS (Hardware Event Monitoring) http://www.docs.hp.com/hpux/systems/ 7-71...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING About Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs) Model 20 Deskside Cabinet Model 20 Rackmount Chassis Front-View Disk Array LEDs Rear-View Disk Array LEDs Power-Up Troubleshooting Troubleshooting the Disk Array Cache Configuration Instructions Unsolicited Event Log Troubleshooting with Grid Manager Troubleshooting with SAM Creating a File System on a Series 700 System...

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    About Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs)

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    Model 20 Deskside Cabinet ÃÃÃÃÃ Power Storage Supply Disk Drive Processor Units Pack Slots Modules Front View Rear View...

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    Model 20 Rackmount Chassis...

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    Front-View Disk Array LEDs Deskside Front View Power LED (green) Fault LED (amber) Disk Drive Slots Disk Module LEDs Ready LED (green) Busy LED (green) Rackmount Front View Fault LED (amber) Power LED (green) Fault LED (amber)

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    Rear-View Disk Array LEDs ÃÃ...

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    ÃÃ Front Panel The power supplies are operational The array is powered off or, if the POWER-ON (green) and are providing +24 VDC to the array has been running, the disk midplane +24 VDC bus. array has lost the +24 VDC bus. Front Panel The array has detected a fault in one Normal operation...

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    Power-Up Troubleshooting Copyright (c) Motorola Inc. 1988 - 1996, All Rights Reserved Copyright (c) CLARiiON Storage Systems, Inc. 1995-1996, All Rights Reserved Licensed material property of CLARiiON Storage Systems, Inc. and Motorola Inc. Debugger/Diagnostics Release Version 1.72 Initiating tests... I82378 IRQ: Interrupt Request......

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    Test ID Test Description Append Error Messages Mode AM79C970 Ethernet Controller (AM79C970) Tests (DIR) Clear Error Messages Configuration Editor CL1283 Parallel Interface (CL1283) Tests (DIR) CS4231 cs4231 Audio Codec (DIR) Display Errors DEC21040 Ethernet Controller (DEC21040) Tests Display Error Messages Display Pass Count Help on Tests/Commands Help Extended...

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    Test ID Test Description Non-Verbose Mode PAR87303 Parallel Interface (PC87303) Tests (DIR) PC16550 UART (PC16550) Serial Input/Output Tests (DIR) PCIBUS PCI/PMC Generic Quick Self Test (DIR) Random Access Memory Tests (DIR) MK48T0x Timekeeping (DIR) Serial Communication Controller (Z85C230) Tests (DIR) Stop on Error Mode SRAM Static Random Access Memory Tests (DIR)

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    AUTION ÃÃ Condition/Symptom Solution Power-up tests fail. Inserting a CRU while the power-up tests are running can cause the tests to fail. Insert all CRUs and cycle power to rerun the power-up tests. No FRU LEDs on and fans not running Indicates no AC power is being delivered to the array’s power supply(s).

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    Condition/Symptom Solution Array fails power-up test at letter “W” Microcode for the SP(s) is loaded from specific disks and displays message “Storage system within the array. If the disk modules were unloaded for failure - contact your HP service installation purposes, they may have been reinserted in representative.”...

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    Troubleshooting the Disk Array 8-13...

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    ÃÃ ** ** ÃÃ 8-14...

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    ETURN ***Performance Statistics for disk module B4 Description: 2.1 Gb SCSI Disk State: REMOVED but bound Unit number(hex): 2 Unit type: RAID-5 Group (Individual access array) 8-15...

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    umount /dev/vg0n/1vo1x vgchange -a n /dev/vg0n 8-16...

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    vgexport -m mapfile /dev/vg0n   mkdir /dev/vg0n mknod /dev/vg0n/group c 64 0x0n0000 vgimport -m mapfile /dev/vg0n /dev/dsk/cnd0s2 vgchange -a y /dev/vg0n mount /dev/vg0n/1vo11 /mount_directory vgchange -a n /dev/vg0n 8-17...

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    vgexport -m mapfile /dev/vg0n   mkdir /dev/vg0n mknod /dev/vg0n/group c 64 0x0n0000 vgimport -m mapfile /dev/vg0n /dev/dsk/cnd0s2 vgchange -a y /dev/vg0n mount /dev/vg0n/1vo11 /mount_directory 8-18...

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    Cache Configuration Instructions   ETURN   8-19...

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    Viewing Maintenance Information  8-21...

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    Action N or n Scrolls to the next screen of entries. P or p Scrolls to the previous screen of entries. F or f Displays the first screen of entries. L or l Displays the last screen of entries. A or a Defines a filter to select event types by FRU or error code.

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    Field Description State Indicates that a Verify or Sniff is currently running. Sniffing Indicates that this feature is Enabled or Disabled. % Complete Indicates the percentage complete for the operation (0-100). Sniff Period To set the sniff period, from the Grid Manager main menu follow the menu path: Â...

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    Action N or n Moves to the next screen (There are more screens if there are more LUNs than will fit onto one screen). P or p Moves to the previous screen. R or r Refreshes the screen contents to reflect the current state of the disk array. 8-26...

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    Unsolicited Event Log ÃÃ SP B Display Unsolicited Event Log SP SCSI ID 1 Event Date Event (message) Extended Status 1. 08/26/94 13:59:10 VSCA 0x904 (VSC Shutdown/removed) 0x00 2. 08/26/94 15:01:02 0xa07 (CRU Powered down) 0x00 3. 08/26/94 15:01:23 0x906 (Unit shutdown) 0x00 4.

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    Action N or n Scrolls to the next screen of entries. P or p Scrolls to the previous screen of entries. F or f Displays the first screen of entries. L or l Displays the last screen of entries. A or a Defines a filter to select event types by FRU or error code.

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    Note ETURN 8-30...

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    ÃÃ Event code Description 0x601 SP Power Up. The SP is powered up and ready for I/O. This field also shows the revision of microcode (Licensed Internal Code) and the amount of SP memory in Mbytes, in hexadecimal. For example, (SP Powerup);...

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    Event code Description 0x622 Background Verify Complete. Disk array has completed background checkpoint verification of the accuracy and completeness of the parity check data in a RAID-5, RAID-3, RAID-1, or RAID-1/0 LUN. 0x623 Fan Pack Disable/Door Open. Fans disabled because the fan pack door was opened.

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    Event code Description 0x648 Termpower Low. Extended status is SCSI bus number. This message is logged once at the completion of each powerup for any SCSI bus which the SP detects as having an insufficient “TERMPWR” voltage level. This event code is only used by SPs which do not themselves source termpower into the bus.

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    Event code Description 0x66A Soft Vault Load Failure. The SP could not load the saved contents of the Write Cache from disk. However, there were no units with saved data, so Write cache does not need to be loaded. This situation can occur after SP memory is reconfigured.

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    Event code Description 0x68E Inconsistent Stripe. Inconsistent write or time stamp were detected in a RAID group. 0x68F Inconsistent Time Stamps. Inconsistent time stamps were detected in a RAID group on a verify. 0x690 Drive Failed. A drive was shut down. 0x691 Checksum Error on Device read.

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    Event code Description Recommended threshold 0x805 Single Bit Error. The SP’s tolerance level for single bit errors in the read cache has been exceeded. 0x820 Soft Media Error. The SP successfully Notify the user after three cleared a media defect. errors/month/FRU.

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    Event code Description 0x908 Hardware Fault - Cache disabling. Some hardware condition has caused the SP to disable the cache. The problem might be: – BBU is not ready (not present and fully charged) – One or more vault disks is missing or being rebuilt –...

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    Event code Description 0x924 Host Vault Disks Scrambled. The SP found the vault disks containing the cache image to be in different order than when the cache image was dumped to disk. This means the disks were swapped at power down. The disks must be restored to their original order before the SP can load the cache image.

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    Troubleshooting with Grid Manager 8-39...

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    ETURN Performance Statistics For Disk Module A2 Description: 2.1 Gbyte SCSI Disk State: ENABLED (Looking from the owning SP) Unit Number (hex): Unit Type: RAID-5 Group (Individual Access Array) Stripe Element Size: 128 Sectors Maximum Rebuild Time: 4 Hours Read Requests: 4246546 Write Requests: 324804...

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    Performance Statistics For Disk Module A2 Description: 2.1 Gbyte SCSI Disk (Looking from the non-owning SP) State: BOUND BUT NOT ASSIGNED Unit Number (hex): Unit Type: RAID-5 Group (Individual Access Array) Stripe Element Size: 128 Sectors Maximum Rebuild Time: 4 Hours Read Requests: 4246546 Write Requests:...

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    Troubleshooting with SAM SAM - > Disks and File Systems -> Disk Devices - > Actions - > Disk Array Maintenance - > View Array Status Information... 8-43...

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    ÃÃ Disk Devices Hardware Volume Total Path Group Mbytes Description 52.4.0 Unused 2048 Seagate ST12400 SCSI Disk Drive 52.5.0 vg00 1292 HP C24/4 SCSI Disk Drive 52.6.0 Unused HP C24/39 SCSI Disk Drive HP C1300 Disk Array Controller 8.5.1 Unused 39// HP C1300 LUN (RAID-5 - 3 disks) HP C1300 Disk Array Controller...

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    ÃÃ View Array Status Information Controller Information: LUN 0 Model Number: 0x1CAD LUN 0 Firmware Revision: 1.23.0 LUN 0 LUN 0 Selected LUN Information: LUN 0 LUN Number: LUN 1 Bind Type: RAID-5 LUN 1 Number of Disks: 5 LUN 1 Owner: Controller A (Peer) Status:...

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    SAM - > Disks and File Systems - > Disk Devices - > Actions - > Disk Array Maintenance - > Unbind Confirmation If you unbind this LUN, you will not be able to recover any information which it may contain. Do you want to continue and unbind this LUN? 8-47...

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    SAM - > Disks and File Systems - > Disk Devices - > Actions - > Disk Array Maintenance - > Change Caching Parameters... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Change Caching Parameters ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, LUN Number:0 [X] Enable Write Cache. [X] Enable Read Cache ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, [ Cancel Help ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...

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    SAM - > Disks and File Systems - > Disk Devices - > Actions - > Disk Array Maintenance - > Bind LUN... 8-49...

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    ÃÃ Bind LUN LUN Number: Maximum Rebuild Time: 4 hours Select between 3 and 16 “free” disks. Used Bind Type: [RAID-5 ->] Used Used Sectors per Stripe Element: 128 Used Free [ ] Enable Write Cache Free Free Free [ OK ] [ OK ] [ Help ] 8-50...

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    ÃÃ Disk Devices Hardware Volume Total Path Group Mbytes Description 52.4.0 Unused 2048 Seagate ST12400 SCSI Disk Drive 52.5.0 vg00 1292 HP C24/4 SCSI Disk Drive 52.6.0 Unused HP C24/35 SCSI Disk Drive HP C1300 Disk Array Controller HP C1300 Disk Array Controller 8.6.0 Unused /955...

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    SAM - > Disks and File Systems - > Disk Devices - > Actions - > Disk Array Maintenance - > TTY Management... 8-52...

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    Creating a File System on a Series 700 System /etc/diskinfo /dev/rdsk/cb00dfl0s0 SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/cb00dfl0s0: vendor: DGC product id: C2300WDR1 type: direct access size: 4102875 Kbytes bytes per sector: 512 /etc/diskinfo /dev/rdsk/cb00dfl1s0 SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/cb00dfl1s0: vendor: DGC product id: C2300WDR1 type: direct access size: 2036569 Kbytes bytes per sector: 512...

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    /etc/newfs /dev/rdsk/cb00dfl1s0 DGC_C2300WDR1 /etc/diskinfo /dev/rdsk/cb00dfl1s0 SCSI describe of /dev/rdsk/cb00dfl1s0: vendor: DGC product id: C2300WDR1 type: direct access size: 2036569 Kbytes bytes per sector: 512 DGC_C2300WDR1_noswap|DGC_C2300WDR1_noreserve|DGC_C2300WD_noswap|DGC _C2300WD_noreserve:\ : No swap or boot:ns#32:nt#16:nc#8013:\ : s0#4102656:b0#8192:f0#1024\ : se#512:rm#3600: 8-55...

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    DGC_C2300WDR1_1.9GB_noswap|DGC_C2300WDR1_1.9GB_noreserve|DGC_C2300W D_noswap|DGC_C2300WD_noreserve:\ : No swap or boot:ns#32:nt#16:nc#3977:\ : s0#2036224:b0#8192:f0#1024\ : se#512:rm#3600: newfs /dev/rdsk/cb00dfl1s0 DGC_C2300WDR1_1.9GB 8-56...

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    REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT Model 20 Component Part Numbers Model 20 Disk Module Removal/Replacement Model 20 Fan Pack Removal/Replacement Model 20 SP Removal/Replacement Model 20 Power Supply Unit Removal/Replacement Model 20 BBU Removal/Replacement Model 20 SIMM Removal/Replacement...

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    Model 20 Component Part Numbers ÃÃ Upgrade Exchange Description product number part number 4-Gbyte HH disk module A3396A A3389-69021 4-Gbyte LP disk module A3666A A3666-69021 9-Gbyte HH disk module A3541A A3541-69021 9-Gbyte LP disk module A5132A A5132-69021 18-Gbyte LP disk module A5133A A5133-69021 Fan pack...

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    Model 20 Disk Module Removal/Replacement AUTION AUTION...

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    Note ÃÃ...

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    ÃÃ...

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    Model 20 Fan Pack Removal/Replacement AUTION AUTION...

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    ÃÃÃÃÃ Locking lever Replace light (amber) ÃÃ...

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    ÃÃ...

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    Model 20 SP Removal/Replacement AUTION...

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    9-10...

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    ÃÃ Before removing, set switch to disable 9-11...

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    ÃÃ Ejectors 9-12...

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    ÃÃ After installing, set switch to enable 9-13...

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    Model 20 Power Supply Unit Removal/Replacement 9-14...

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    ÃÃ 9-15...

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    Model 20 BBU Removal/Replacement AUTION 9-16...

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    ÃÃÃÃ Model 20 deskside and rackmount (rear view) (Shown with the fan packs removed) ÃÃ 9-17...

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    Model 20 SIMM Removal/Replacement Note AUTION 9-18...

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    9-19...

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    ÃÃÃÃ SIMM SIMM 1 Socket SIMM 2 Socket SIMM 3 Socket SIMM 4 Socket Edge of SP board 9-20...

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    ÃÃ SIMM 4 Socket SIMM 3 Socket Edge of SP board SIMM Socke Second Pair of Connectors SIMM 1 Memory Modules in Socket ÃÃ 9-21...

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    ÃÃ 9-22...

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    GLOSSARY...

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    INDEX...

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    Agree Disagree † † † † † † The manual is well organized. † † † † † † The information is technically accurate. † † † † † † Information is easy to find. † † † † † †...

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    Fold Here Tape Please Do Not Staple Tape...

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