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Thoroughly review the information in this manual before using this product. Especially note the points under "Safety",
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  • Page 1: For Your Safety

    This manual explains the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Modules and the Fibre Channel driver (for Windows). Read this manual carefully to handle the product correctly. For details about the Fibre Channel driver, refer to manuals supplied with the server blade or the Fujitsu PRIMERGY website: (http://primergy.fujitsu.com) For Your Safety This manual contains important information, required to operate this product safely.

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    Remarks Warning Descriptions Various symbols are used throughout this manual. These are provided to emphasize important points for your safety and that of others. The symbols and their meanings are as follows. Be sure to fully understand these before reading this manual. Ignoring this symbol could be potentially lethal.

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    Abbreviations The following expressions and abbreviations are used to describe the product names used in this manual. Product names 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module (PG-FCD201) PRIMERGY BX620 S3 Server Blade PRIMERGY BX620 S4 Server Blade ® ® Microsoft Windows Server ® ®...

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    Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server are registered trademarks or trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. Other product names used are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers. Other products are copyrights of their respective manufacturers. All Rights Reserved, Copyright© FUJITSU LIMITED 2007...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module ....... Overview ..........Specifications .

  • Page 7: 4gbit/s Fc I/o Module

    4Gbit/s FC I/O Module This chapter explains the features and specifications of this product. Overview This product is a Fibre Channel expansion board for use exclusively with BX620 S3 and BX620 S4 server blades. This product is configured with one dual port (2 ports) Fibre Channel controller, it is supplied to connect to external storage Fibre Channels.

  • Page 8: Specifications

    Specifications This product is an expansion board used in order to install fiber channel interface on the server blade. This product has the following features: • Capable of high-speed data transfer at a maximum rate of 4Gbps. • You can place the connected device away from the server. •...

  • Page 9: How To Check The Driver Version

    • For 32Bit 5-1.00A14 03/19/2007 WS2K3 32 bit build by: • For 64Bit 7-1.00A14 03/19/2007 WS2K3 64 bit x64 build by: For details about the drivers for the other operating systems, refer to the website for Fujitsu PRIMERGY (http://primergy.fujitsu.com). → →...

  • Page 10: 4gbit/s Fc I/o Module To Eternus Connections

    4Gbit/s FC I/O Module to ETERNUS Connections This section explains the connection of the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module and ETERNUS. Fabric connection Connect to the ETERNUS via FC Switch Blade. BX600 S3 chassis PRIMERGY BX620 S3/BX620 S4 Notes on Replacing the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module When an operating 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module has been replaced with a new 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module, it may be necessary to change the storage and FC Switch Blade settings because the WWN of the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module will change.

  • Page 11: Installing The 4gbit/s Fc I/o Module

    Installing the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module This chapter explains the installation procedure in the server blade. WARNING • When installing or removing this product, make sure to remove the server blade from the chassis. Failure to do so may cause electric shock. For details on how to remove the server blade from the chassis, refer to "Blade Server System Unit Hardware Guide".

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    2.1.1 Installation Position of the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module The 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module is installed in the server blade expansion board slot. 2.1.2 Installation Procedure for the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module Turn off the server blade where the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module will be installed.

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    Install the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module. Make sure the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module is securely on the slot. 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module Expansion board slot Secure the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module with the screws. Secure the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module with three screws included with this product. Screws Attach the top cover.

  • Page 14: Connecting Cables

    Connecting Cables This chapter explains points to note when connecting cables. Connect the cable to the FC Network Blade installed in the BX600 S3 chassis, or the port used by the FC Network Blade. Each cable connector has a protrusion which determines the inserting direction of the connector.

  • Page 15: Installing Drivers And Utilities

    Installing Drivers and Utilities This chapter explains the procedure for installing drivers and utilities. When installing drivers, logon using administrator privileges. • For installing drivers and utility (HBAnyware) at the same time. "4.1 Automatic Installation"(pg.53) • For installing drivers and utility (HBAnyware) manually. "4.2 Manual Installation"(pg.55) Automatic Installation The following shows the procedures for installing drivers and HBAnyware, using "AutoPilot...

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    1. Click [Next]. 2. Select "Find the best driver for the device", and click [Next]. 3. Check only "CD-ROM drive", and then click [Next]. 4. Click [Next]. 5. Click [Finish]. Click [Finish]. When "System Settings Change" appears, click [Yes] to restart the system. Refer to "1.3 How to Check the Driver Version"...

  • Page 17: Manual Installation

    Manual Installation Drivers and utilities can be manually installed using the following procedures. 4.2.1 For Installation on Windows Server 2003 When "Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard" appears during startup, click [Cancel]. Installing Emulex PLUS Click the "Start" button order.

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    Installing *****port Miniport Driver Click the "Start" button Management" in this order. Click [Device Manager]. Select "Emulex **********" in the "SCSI and RAID controllers" or "Other devices" list and double-click it. If the displayed name is "Emulex LightPulse ***** Storport Miniport Driver" and the driver version is "5.1.30.9"...

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    Check the driver version. • For 32Bit 5.1.30.9 • For 64Bit 7.1.30.9 Close the board property window. When installation finishes, perform "4.2.2 Installing HBAnyware" ( pg.57). 4.2.2 Installing HBAnyware Insert the driver disk (CD-ROM) into the CD-ROM drive, and execute "setupapps.exe" in the driver disk. [CD-ROM drive]: \v1.30a9\AutoPilot Installer\Utilities\setupapps.exe Click [Next].

  • Page 20: Checking And Updating Firmware /bootbios

    Checking and Updating Firmware / BootBIOS There are two methods to check and update Firmware/BootBIOS. The results will bring no difference. "4.3.1 Using LightPulse Utility / NT"(pg.58) "4.3.2 Using HBAnyware Utility"(pg.60) 4.3.1 Using LightPulse Utility / NT This product name displayed in LightPulse Utility/NT is "Adapter * - BX600-FC42E * Port *". Click the "Start"...

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    For the BootBIOS version, check the "Revision" value in "Boot Bios Firmware". • When the version is "1.70a3", proceed to Step 11. • When the version is other than "1.70a3", proceed to Step 8. Click the [Download] button. Although the warning window appears, click [OK]. Insert the driver disk (CD-ROM) into the CD-ROM drive, select the BootBIOS file in the CD-ROM drive, and click [Open].

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    4.3.2 Using HBAnyware Utility This product name displayed in HBAnyware Utility is "BX600-FC42E - 10:00:**:**:**:**:**:**". The "**:**:**:**:**:**" shows the IEEE address of the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module. Each 4Gbit/s FC I/ O Module has a unique IEEE address, which is written on the sticker on each 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module. Click the "Start"...

  • Page 23: Uninstalling Hbanyware

    For the BootBIOS version, check the "BootBIOS" value in "Boot BIOS". • When the version is "1.70a3", proceed to Step 13. • When the version is other than "1.70a3", proceed to Step 9. Click the "Update Firmware..." in "Firmware". When the confirmation dialog appears, click [Yes]. Insert the driver disk (CD-ROM) into the CD-ROM drive, select the BootBIOS file in the CD-ROM drive, and click [Start Download].

  • Page 24: 4gbit/s Fc I/o Module Details Setting

    4Gbit/s FC I/O Module Details Setting This chapter explains the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module details settings. When performing this product details settings, log on with administrative privileges. When the connected device to this product is ETERNUS SX300, refer to the User’s Guide, etc.

  • Page 25: 4gbit/s Fc I/o Module Setting

    4Gbit/s FC I/O Module Setting There are two methods for this product setting. The results will bring no difference. "5.1.1 Using LightPulse Utility / NT"(pg.63) "5.1.2 Using HBAnyware Utility"(pg.68) 5.1.1 Using LightPulse Utility / NT This product name displayed in LightPulse Utility/NT is "Adapter * -BX600FC42E -* Port *". To identify the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module from LightPulse Utility/NT in an environment where multiple 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module are installed, refer to "Appendix A How to Identify the Adapter"...

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    Select the adapter for which settings are changed from the adapter list on the left of the window, and double-click "Topology" in "Parameters". When there are two or more adapters, refer to "Appendix A How to Identify the Adapter" ( pg.74). Set a value for "New Value"...

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    Set a value in "New Value", check "Permanent", and click [Change]. When the settings vary for each adapter, remove the check on the "Global". The setting value is calculated as follows: For ETERNUS3000 model 50/GR710/GR720/GR730/GR740/GR820/GR840 • For cluster (MSCS/SynfinityCluster): "8" •...

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    Double-click "QueueTarget" in "Parameters". Set "1" (fixed value) in "New Value", check "Permanent", and click [Change]. Double-click "LinkSpeed" in "Parameter". Set a value in "New Value", check "Permanent", and click [Change]. For the setting values, refer to the ETERNUS Server Connection Guide, etc. •...

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    • When Topology is 0, QueueDepth is 8, and QueueTarget is 1 for all the adapters: When the settings for all adapters finishes, select "Exit" from "File" menu, and exit LightPulse Utility/NT. After exiting LightPulse Utility/NT perform "5.2 Registry Setting" ( pg.71). 5 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module Details Setting...

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    5.1.2 Using HBAnyware Utility This product name displayed in HBAnyware Utility/NT is "BX600FC42E - - 10:00:**:**:**:**:**:**". The "**:**:**:**:**:**" shows the IEEE address of the 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module. Each 4Gbit/s FC I/ O Module has a unique IEEE address, which is written on the sticker on each 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module. For PG-FCD201, there are two adapters and two IEEE Addresses.

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    • When selected the adapter to be set and "Driver Parameters" (Individual setting for each adapter) In the above diagram, "BX620 S3" represents a local server, and "BX600-FC42E - 10:00:00:00:C9:48:FE:0C" represents an installed 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module. Click [Topology] in "Adapter Parameter". Select a value representing the connection type from the list box to "Value"...

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    For ETERNUS4000 model 300/500 and ETERNUS8000 Specify "255". Double-click "QueueTarget" in "Adapter Parameters". Set "1" (fixed value) in "Value" in "Modify Adapter Parameter", and click [Apply]. Click "LinkSpeed" in "Adapter Parameters". Select the value from the list box to "Value" in "Modify Adapter Parameter", and click [Apply].

  • Page 33: Registry Setting

    Registry Setting Click the "Start" button Enter a name in "Name" as follows, and click [OK]. regedit The registry editor starts. Follow the paths below. \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \SYSTEM \CurrentControlSet \Services \Disk Check that the key name "TimeOutValue" values have the relations described in the table below.

  • Page 34: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter explains the troubleshooting methods when this product is not running properly or when error messages are displayed. Checking the Link Status The link status connection can be checked upon system start by starting the Light Pulse BIOS Utility. How to start the Light Pulse BIOS Utility When this product is installed, the following message appears at the system startup.

  • Page 35: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Check the applicable items listed below if this product does not operate correctly. If the problem is not resolved even after taking the following measures, contact an office listed in "Appendix B Contact Information" ( pg.75). Symptoms Items to be checked This product is not Is the "!!! BX600-FC42E recognized by the...

  • Page 36: Appendix A How To Identify The Adapter

    Appendix A Adapter This chapter explains how to identify the adapter. Each 4Gbit/s FC I/O Module has an IEEE Address. The IEEE Address is on a sticker on the front or rear of this product. For PG-FCD201, there are two adapters and two IEEE Addresses. Due to this there are two IEEE address labels.

  • Page 37: Appendix B Contact Information

    Fax: +852-2827-4724 Address: 10/F., Lincoln House, 979 King's Road Taikoo Place, Island East, Hong Kong • Indonesia: PT. Fujitsu Systems Indonesia Offices Headquarters Tel: +62-21-570-9330 (Hunting) Fax: +62-21-573-5150 Address: Wisma Kyoei Prince 10th Floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 3-4 Jakarta, Indonesia 10220 •...

  • Page 38

    Address: Unit 802-8th floor, Fortuna Tower Hanoi 6B Lang ha Street, Ba dinh District, Hanoi Socialist Republic of Vietnam • United States: Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation Tel: +1-800-831-3183 Fax: +1-408-496-0575 Address: 1250 East Arques Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA USA 94088-3470 For the latest information, refer to the Fujitsu PRIMERGY website (http://primergy.fujitsu.com).

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    Issued by • The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice. • Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from the use of any information in this manual. • No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Fujitsu.

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