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    FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 3.0 Update1 for Solaris Operating System User's Guide...

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    Pay special attention to the section "Important Warnings". Use the product according to the instructions and information available in this manual. FUJITSU makes every effort to prevent users and bystanders from being injured or from suffering from damages to their property. Use the product according to this manual.

  • Page 3: Revision History

    Edition Date 2003-2-20 2003-5-1 2004-1-8 2004-10-28 2005-11-11 2006-02-06 2007-01-20 2007-04-03 Revision History Revised section (*1) (Added/Deleted/Altered) Appendix D 3.3.1 Appendix E Chapter 4 Appendix A Appendix E Details PRIMEPOWER1/100 is added Change the procedure Some parameter explanations are added Some procedures are added VLAN information is added Change the Version 2.0 to 2.1 VLAN tested switches are added...

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    Purpose This manual describes how to install the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet card in your PRIMEPOWER system, and configure the environment setting of the interface. Target Reader This book is intended for system administrators responsible for installing the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet card.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    1.2.1 Specifications ... 3 1.2.2 Part Names and Features of Hardware ... 4 Chapter 2 Installing FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet Card ... 9 2.1 Installation of the GigabitEthernet Card ... 10 2.2 Identifying the GigabitEthernet Card ... 11 2.3 Cable Connection ... 12 Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information ...

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    Contents Appendix C Using GigabitEthernet in a Cluster Environment ... 71 C.1 Cluster Environment Support... 71 C.2 Cluster Environment Setup Procedure... 71 C.3 Notes... 72 Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name ... 73 Appendix E Available Switches ... 107...

  • Page 8: Chapter 1 Product Outline

    Chapter 1 Product Outline The following topics are described in this chapter. ● Key Features ● GigabitEthernet card Specifications...

  • Page 9: Key Features

    Chapter 1 Product Outline 1.1 Key Features The FUJITSU GigabitEthernet card is a adapter designed for Solaris OS servers that are connected to a GigabitEthernet network. This card offers the physical services and data link services defined by IEEE802.3. IEEE802.3 compliant 1000Base-SX(PW008GE4, PW0G8GE1), 1000Base-SX * 2ports(SE0X7GD2X),...

  • Page 10: Gigabitethernet Card Specifications

    1.2 GigabitEthernet card Specifications The FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet card is an adapter that is installed into a PCI slot or a PCI Express slot. 1.2.1 Specifications The specification of the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet adapter is listed in "Table 1.2.1 PCI GigabitEthernet Card Specification" and "Table 1.2.2 PCI Express GigabitEthernet Card Specification".

  • Page 11: Part Names And Features Of Hardware

    LAN port, SE0X7GD1X, PW008QG1 and SE0X7GQ1X, only Auto-Negotiation=On can be used. 1.2.2 Part Names and Features of Hardware Figure 1.1 to 1.8 shows the appearance of the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet adapters. The part names and features are listed as follows. Connection:...

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    Figure 1.1 1000Base-SX (PW008GE4) Figure 1.3 1000Base-SX (PW0G8GE1) 1.2 GigabitEthernet card Specifications Figure 1.2 10/100/1000Base-T (PW008GE5) Figure 1.4 10/100/1000Base-T (PW0G8GE2)

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    Chapter 1 Product Outline Figure 1.5 1000Base-SX * 2ports Figure 1.6 10/100/1000Base-T * 2ports (SE0X7GD2X) (SE0X7GD1X)

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    1.2 GigabitEthernet card Specifications Figure 1.7 10/100/1000Base-T * 4ports Figure 1.8 10/100/1000Base-T * 4ports (PW0G8GE1) (SE0X7GQ1X)

  • Page 16: Chapter 2 Installing Fujitsu Pci Gigabitethernet Card

    Chapter 2 Installing FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet Card This chapter describes the tasks necessary to install this card in the main unit. ● Installation of the GigabitEthernet card ● Identifying the GigabitEthernet card ● Cable connection...

  • Page 17: Installation Of The Gigabitethernet Card

    Chapter 2 Installing FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet Card 2.1 Installation of the GigabitEthernet Card Insert the card in a PCI slot or a PCI Express slot on the main unit. (Please refer to the main unit’s User’s Manual for details about installing cards and...

  • Page 18: Identifying The Gigabitethernet Card

    2.2 Identifying the GigabitEthernet Card 2.2 Identifying the GigabitEthernet Card The GigabitEthernet card can be identified by executing the "boot -r" command at the OpenBoot prompt. ok boot -r...

  • Page 19: Cable Connection

    Chapter 2 Installing FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet Card 2.3 Cable Connection To connect the PW008GE4, PW0G8GE1 and SE0X7GD2X GigabitEthernet card to the network, use an optical fiber cable. To connect the PW008GE5, PW0G8GE2, PRIMEPOWR250/450 secondary LAN, PW008QG1, SE0X7GD1X and SE0x7GQ1X GigabitEthernet card to the network, use a CAT5E twisted pair cable (Enhanced Category 5).

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    2.3 Cable Connection Figure 2.3.2 PW008GE5 (with Twisted Pair Cat5E Cable)

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    Chapter 2 Installing FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet Card Figure 2.3.3 PW0G8GE1 (with Optical Fiber Cable)

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    2.3 Cable Connection Figure 2.3.4 PW0G8GE2 (with Twisted Pair Cat5E Cable)

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    Chapter 2 Installing FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet Card Figure 2.3.5 SE0X7GD2X (with Optical Fiber Cable)

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    2.3 Cable Connection Figure 2.3.6 SE0X7GD1X (with Twisted Pair Cat5E Cable)

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    Chapter 2 Installing FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet Card Figure 2.3.7 PW008QG1 (with Twisted Pair Cat5E Cable)

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    2.3 Cable Connection Figure 2.3.8 SE0X7GQ1X (with Twisted Pair Cat5E Cable)

  • Page 28: Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information

    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration This chapter describes how to set configuration information after installing the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface. The following topics are covered in this chapter: ● Driver Software Installation ● Environment Setting ● Operation Mode Setup ● Discernment of the GigabitEthernet interface ●...

  • Page 29: Driver Software Installation

    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information 3.1 Driver Software Installation To make use of the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface, Solaris OS version-specific driver packages must be installed from the attached CD-ROM. See the document " Guide FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 3.0 Update1 Installation "...

  • Page 30: Environment Setting

    3.2 Environment Setting This section explains how to edit the necessary file to configure the operating environment of the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface. In TCP/IP (IPv4 or IPv6) protocol, edit the following information must be setup. ● Configuring the Hostname file ●...

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    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information Example /etc/hosts file: # IP Address 190.168.150.1 Hostname giga-v4...

  • Page 32: Netmask Value Definition

    2. To use the GigabitEthernet interface as an IPv6 interface: Add the IPv6 address and hostname to the /etc/inet/ipnodes file. Example /etc/inet/ipnodes file: # IP Address fe80::2e0:ff:fea6:2222 3.2.3 Netmask Value Definition To use the GigabitEthernet interface as an IPv4 interface, add the netmask value and IP address to the /etc/netmasks file.

  • Page 33: Operation Mode Setup

    3.3 Operation Mode Setup This section explains how to edit the fjgi.conf configuration file or issue a command to change the operation mode of the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface. The operation mode can be changed with the following: ● The fjgi.conf file ●...

  • Page 34: Parameter Setting

    Parameter LinkSpeed_A *2 DuplexCapabilities_A *2 FlowControl_A *3 Role_A *4 fjgi_mtu *5 *1: When PW008GE5 or PW0G8GE2 is used, it is possible to set name="FJSV,pgtb". When PW008GE4 or PW0G8GE1 is used, it is possible to set name="FJSV,pgsb". It becomes the same meaning as having specified name="fjgi"...

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    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information file. example) # grep fjgi /etc/path_to_inst "/pci@83,2000/FJSV,pwga@1" 0 "fjgi" "/pci@15,2000/FJSV,pgtb@1" 1 "fjgi" "/pci@17,2000/FJSV,pgsb@1" 2 "fjgi" "/pci@83,4000/pci@3/FJSV,p4ta@1" 3 "fjgi" "/pci@83,4000/pci@3/FJSV,p4ta@1,1" 4 "fjgi" "/pci@83,4000/pci@3/FJSV,p4ta@3" 5 "fjgi" "/pci@83,4000/pci@3/FJSV,p4ta@3,1" 6 "fjgi" ● In the above example: device node of device tree /pci@83,2000/FJSV,pwga@1 /pci@15,2000/FJSV,pgtb@1 /pci@17,2000/FJSV,pgsb@1...

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    ― The example which sets a parameter to a fjgi.conf file is shown. example 1. the case where use the card of PW008GE5 (10/100-/1000BASE-T), and disable Auto-Negotiation and connection speed is made into 100Mbps and Half-Duplex name="fjgi" parent="/pci@15,2000" unit-address="1" AutoNegotiation_A="Off" LinkSpeed_A="100" DuplexCapabilities_A="Half" ; example 2.

  • Page 37: Jumboframe Setup

    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information 3.3.2 JumboFrame Setup By using a JumboFrame the TCP/IP MTU size can be expanded from 1500 to 9000. By expanding the single packet transmission size, the number of packets processed can be reduced, lowering the CPU load. There are three kinds of following methods in the setting procedure of JumboFrame.

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    2. The MTU size of TCP/IP is set up by creating /etc/fjmtu.fjgi* (notes) and describing MTU size in /etc/fjmtu.fjgi* in the form of the following between 1500 and 9000 and rebooting. When not specifying an MTU value as this file, it is set as a default value (except for a 9000Byte MAC header).

  • Page 39: The Ndd Utility

    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information ● The parameters set in /etc/fjmtu.fjgi* and fjgi.conf file are not effective with DR(Dynamic Reconfiguration) function and Pci Hot Plug function. To be effective this file, the system must be rebooted. 3.3.3 The ndd Utility By using the ndd command, the interface communication mode can be changed dynamically.

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    ndd -set /dev/fjgi 'instance' value ndd -set /dev/fjgi 'param1' value ndd -set /dev/fjgi 'param2' value ndd -set /dev/fjgi 'adv_autoneg_cap' N (Once let Auto-Negotiation be a different ndd -set /dev/fjgi 'adv_autoneg_cap' M (Auto-Negotiation is returned to the example) While Auto-Negotiation had been enabled, when changing fjgi0 into 100Half (Autonego=1, link_sppd=100, link_mode=0) from a default state (Autonego=1, link_speed=1000, link_mode=1) # ndd...

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    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information parameter link_status link_speed link_mode autonego flow_control cardtype instance adv_10fdx_cap adv_10hdx_cap adv_100fdx_cap adv_100hdx_cap adv_1000fdx_cap adv_1000hdx_cap adv_pauseTX adv_pauseRX adv_autoneg_cap adv_role_cap status 0 : Link down Read only 1 : Link up 1000 : 1000Mbps Read only 100 : 100Mbps 10 : 10Mbps 0 : Half Duplex communication Read only...

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    parameter status lp_10fdx_cap Read only lp_10hdx_cap Read only lp_100fdx_cap Read only lp_100hdx_cap Read only lp_1000fdx_cap Read only lp_1000hdx_cap Read only lp_pauseTX Read only lp_pauseRX Read only lp_autoneg_cap Read only role_cap Read only jumbo Read only ● About speed/duplex/flowcontrol, it recommends carrying out default operation (Auto-Negotiation).

  • Page 43: Fcode Settings

    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information is set up automatically. ● When you use ndd command and you change mode of operation, please let mode of operation in agreement with self-equipment and connection partner equipment. When mode of operation is not in agreement with self-equipment and connection partner equipment, it may not become a value as a link up is not carried out, or it cannot communicate even if it carries out a link up, or mode of operation specified.

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    Auto-Negotiation off) from Auto-Negotiation mode. Setup to FCode is effective between OBP (Open Boot Prom). 1) The mode which can be set up on PW008GE4/PW0G8GE1/SE0X7GD2X (1000BASE-SX) is as follows. Execute the following command to set Full Duplex communication, 1000Mbps. example) ok transfer-speed=1000 2) The mode which...

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    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information The following example shows the current settings of a PW008GE5 card installed in a PRIMEPOWER600. {6} ok cd /pci@11,4000/FJSV,pgtb@5 {6} ok .properties duplex transfer-speed cabinet-name board-name assigned-addresses local-mac-address fjgiga-rev product-name device_type address-bits max-frame-size model compatible name media-type fcode-rom-offset...

  • Page 46: Discernment Of The Gigabitethernet Interface

    3.4 Discernment Of the GigabitEthernet Interface This section explains how to distinguish the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface instance number, interface type, and which slot the card is installed in. ● Discernment Of the GigabitEthernet Interface on PRIMEPOWER or GP7000 family ●...

  • Page 47: Discernment Of The Gigabitethernet Interface On Sparc Enterprise

    3.4.2 Discernment Of the GigabitEthernet Interface on SPARC Enterprise This section explains how to distinguish the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface instance number, interface type, and which slot the card is installed in, on SPARC Enterprise. 1. To determine the instance number, execute the following command.

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    # more /etc/path_to_inst | grep fjgi example) # more /etc/path_to_inst | grep fjgi "/pci@1,700000/pci@0/FJSV,e4ta@4" 0 "fjgi" "/pci@1,700000/pci@0/FJSV,e4ta@4,1" 1 "fjgi" "/pci@1,700000/pci@0,1/FJSV,e4ta@6" 2 "fjgi" "/pci@1,700000/pci@0,1/FJSV,e4ta@6,1" 3 "fjgi" "/pci@3,700000/pci@0/FJSV,e2sa@4" 4 "fjgi" "/pci@3,700000/pci@0/FJSV,e2sa@4,1" 5 "fjgi" "/pci@2,600000/pci@0/FJSV,e2ta@4" 6 "fjgi" "/pci@2,600000/pci@0/FJSV,e2ta@4,1" 7 "fjgi" The logical bus address and the instance number (shown in bold, above) are displayed. The following table shows the logical bus address, instance number, and driver name for the example output above.

  • Page 49: Network Installation

    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information 3.5 Network Installation This section explains how to perform a Solaris OS network installation using the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface. 1. Please refer to the "Advanced Installation Guide" for information on the setup of the server and clients for Solaris Jumpstart.

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    # shutdown -i0 -g0 -y example) # shutdown -i0 -g0 -y {shutdown messages are displayed} 7. Search the device path for the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet device with the show-nets command from the ok prompt on the client system. ok show-nets...

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    # pkginfo | grep FJSVgid system FJSVgid system FJSVgidx Fujitsu Gigabit Interface Adapter (64-bit) If the software has not been installed, install the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet software from the CD-ROM that came with the adapter. Refer to the " FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 3.0 Update1 ●...

  • Page 52: Vlan Interface Setup

    3.6 VLAN Interface Setup This section provides information about IEEE 802.1Q TagVLAN interfaces. This section also provides instructions for setting up VLAN interfaces using the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface. 3.6.1 IEEE 802.1Q TagVLAN Description The IEEE 802.1Q TagVLAN function allows the use of two or more different networks with a single physical interface.

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    Chapter 3 Setting Configuration Information and belonging to VID 231, the following is used: VLAN Interface Number = (1000 * VID) + Physical Instance Number fjgi231003 = (1000 * 231) + 3 Refer to "3.2 Environment Setting", and create the interface name fjgi231003. Low 3 digits of VLAN interface number : physical instance number Upper digits except low 3 digits of VLAN interface number: VLAN ID (1 - 4094).

  • Page 54: Chapter 4 Linkaggregation Feature

    Chapter 4 LinkAggregation Feature This chapter outlines the LinkAggregation feature, and explains the settings required to use this feature. ● About the LinkAggregation feature ● Configuration of the LinkAggregation feature ● Notes...

  • Page 55: About Linkaggregation Feature

    Protocol(LACP) specified by IEEE802.3ad is not supported. *1: As long as there is at least one transmission path available, communication can be continued. *2: The interface which can be made a group by FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet is only a fjgi interface. - Requirements: Table 4.1.1 shows requirements for the LinkAggregation feature.

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    - Data Distribution Mode: Table 4.1.2 explains data distribution modes that FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 3.0 supports. Destination MAC address distribution Destination IP address distribution Source/Destination IP address distribution Table 4.1.2 Data Distribution Mode The LinkAggregation function determines the transmission path to be used from the destination MAC address in the outgoing packet.

  • Page 57: Configuration Of The Linkaggregation Feature

    Chapter 4 LinkAggregation Feature 4.2 Configuration of the LinkAggregation Feature The LinkAggregation feature can be configured with one of the following methods: ● Setting Up the /etc/opt/FJSVla/config File ● Using the /etc/opt/FJSVla/bin/fjla Command ● PRIMECLUSTER GLS 4.1 A30 or later is required to use the LinkAggregation feature. The FJSVla package contains the fjla command and a sample configuration file.

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    Distribution mode: Source/Destination IP address distribution The /etc/opt/FJSVla/config file for this configuration should look similar to the following: FJSVla: FUJITSU LinkAggregation setup sample file *attension: Don't use the different link_speed interfaces in same group, and can't use half duplex interface in LinkAggregation.

  • Page 59: Using The /etc/opt/fjsvla/bin/fjla Command

    Chapter 4 LinkAggregation Feature ● The /etc/hostname.fjgiXX (XX: instance number) file is required for the aggregator-interface only (in the above example, /etc/hostname.fjgi1 is required). The LinkAggregation group defined in the configuration file is activated by rebooting the system. 4.2.2 Using the /etc/opt/FJSVla/bin/fjla Command The fjla command has the following functions.

  • Page 60: Inactivate A Linkaggregation Group (fjla Term)

    # /etc/opt/FJSVla/bin/fjla init fjgi0 1:2 2 # fjgi0 FJ LinkAggregation now start. ● Before executing the command, the aggregator-interface must be already activated (the interface can be displayed by ifconfig -a), and the member instances must not be activated. ● The aggregator-interface must not be specified as a member instance. ●...

  • Page 61: Display Status And Statistics (fjla Stat)

    Chapter 4 LinkAggregation Feature - Description Inactivate the LinkAggregation group. - Exit code 0 : normal end. >0 : error end. - Example Inactivate the LinkAggregation group with aggregator-interface = fjgi0. # /etc/opt/FJSVla/bin/fjla term fjgi0 # FJ LinkAggregation stop. ● When aggregator-interface is inactivated (unplumb), it cannot perform that fjla term if not specify aggregator-interface name.

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    - Display Format The following example shows that the status and statistics for a LinkAggregation group (aggregator-interface is fjgi0): # /etc/opt/FJSVla/bin/fjla stat fjgi0 -i 5 Oct 05 17:20:14 2004 Aggregator: fjgi0 Mode: DA Name Status Ipkts Total 7658459 fjgi0 7658459 fjgi1 fjgi2 Oct 05 17:20:14 2004 --- date and time...

  • Page 63: Notes

    Chapter 4 LinkAggregation Feature 4.3 Notes This section explains notes for using the LinkAggregation function. ● LACP (dynamic LinkAggregation function) is not supported. ● Only TCP/IP connection is supported. ● Do not run FJVTS when LinkAggregation is being used. ● If VLAN interface with LinkAggregation function enabled is used, the following must be satisfied.

  • Page 64: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting

    Check the power of the switch. Change the connection port of the switch. Check the switch configuration. Check the fjgi.conf file or change the file to default. Re-install the driver package from the driver CD-ROM or the FUJITSU download web site. secondary port), Recommended Action...

  • Page 66: Appendix A Messages

    Messages This chapter explains messages from the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet driver Console Messages Console messages from the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet driver are listed in Table A.1.1. Table A.1.1 Console Messages of the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet driver Message network connection down...

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    Appendix A Messages Message Illegal value for [ParameterName]. soft state alloc failed. Allocation of descriptor memory failed fail to ddi_dma_bind_handle fail to FragCount Could not allocate DMA handle Could not bind descriptor memory Multiple fragments in descriptor area fjgiallocthings failed pci_config_setup_failed Cause Master: Communicating as...

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    Message Unable to map adapter registers. ddi_get_iblock_cookie-ERROR Unable to install interrupt routine. ddi_create_minor_node failed ATTACH failed OPEN failed: ENOMEM CLOSE: stream==NULL bind to 802.2 failed Duplex are invalid !! Please change the partner's duplex Full. DL_DETACH_REQ: No board ptr fjgi_param_register error fjgi_board_alloc_mem failed !! Error filling TX ring status block can't alloced!

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    Appendix A Messages Message Role not available for fiber adapters Can't judge T or SX !! DDI_DETACH busy, because fjla is active! can't la attach fjgiX. fjgi_la_mlist: pAC (pVAC) member is wrong (Other messages) This appears PRIMEPOWER250/450 secondary LAN port is used in 1000Mbps. The Machine Administration function included in Enhanced Support Facility may report messages listed in Table A.1.2.

  • Page 70: Command Messages

    Message fjgi_device_check: fjgi_hw_init failed ! pci_config_setup_failed Autonegotiation_failed Command Messages Messages from the /etc/opt/FJSVla/bin/fjla command are listed in TableA.2 ("XX" indicates user input value.) Message fjla init: The number of members (including aggregator-interface) is max FJ LinkAggregation now start. fjla init: "XX" does not support FJ LinkAggregation.

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    Appendix A Messages Message fjla init: "XX" does not exist. fjla init: Invalid mode number ("XX"). fjla init: An input instance already used by fjla or does not exist. FJ LinkAggregation stop. fjla term: "XX" is invalid interface-name. Cause The interface "XX" does Specify interfaces that not exist.

  • Page 72: Appendix B On-board Diagnostics

    Appendix B On-Board Diagnostics This appendix explains the on-board diagnostics function. - Location of the LEDs(PW008GE4/PW008GE5) The following figures show the location of the LEDs. Figure B.1 1000Base-SX (PW008GE4) - Meaning of the LEDs(PW008GE4/PW008GE5) 1000M LED indicates the following operation status. 1000M LED Green lighting 100M LED indicates the following operation status.

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    Appendix B On-Board Diagnostics ACT LED indicates the following operation status. ACT LED Green lighting - Location of the LEDs(PW0G8GE1/SE0X7GD2X) The following figures show the location of the LEDs. Figure B.3 1000Base-SX (PW0G8GE1) - Meaning of the LEDs(PW0G8GE1/SE0X7GD2X) LINK LED indicates the following operation status. LINK LED Green lighting ACT LED indicates the following operation status.

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    - Location of the LEDs(PW0G8GE2) The following figures show the location of the LEDs. Figure B.5 10/100/1000Base-T (PW0G8GE2) - Meaning of the LEDs(PW0G8GE2) 1000M LED indicates the following operation status. 1000M LED The adapter is connected to a 1000Mbps network and is in the state Amber lighting which can communicate.

  • Page 75

    Appendix B On-Board Diagnostics - Location of the LEDs(SE0X7GD1X) The following figures show the location of the LEDs. Figure B.6 10/100/1000Base-T * 2ports (SE0X7GD1X) - Meaning of the LEDs(SE0X7GD1X) 1000M LED indicates the following operation status. 1000M LED Amber lighting 100M LED indicates the following operation status.

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    - Location of the LEDs(PW008QG1/SE0X7GQ1X) The following figures show the location of the LEDs. Figure B.7 1000Base-T * 4ports (PW008QG1) - Meaning of the LEDs(PW008QG1/SE0X7GQ1X) LINK LED(White LED in Figure B.7/8) indicates the following operation status. LINK LED The adapter is connected to a 1000Mbps network and is in the state Amber lighting which can communicate.

  • Page 78: Appendix C Using Gigabitethernet In A Cluster Environment

    Appendix C Using GigabitEthernet in a Cluster Environment This Appendix outlines the supported functions and setup procedure for the FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 3.0 interface when used in a cluster environment. Cluster Environment Support The FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 3.0 adapter supports the following cluster features: ●...

  • Page 79: Notes

    LAN or as the PRIMECLUSTER cluster interconnect, execute the following command before setting up the cluster (example: fjgi0). # ifconfig fjgi0 plumb ● A FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet interface used as a VLAN interface cannot be used for the private LAN or the cluster interconnect.

  • Page 80: Appendix Dpci Slot Number And Device Name

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name The appendix provides the PCI slot number and device name matrix for the following PRIMEPOWER/GP7000F models. ● GP7000F Model200 ● GP7000F Model200R ● GP7000F Model400A/400R ● GP7000F Model400 ● GP7000F Model600 ● GP7000F Model600R ●...

  • Page 81: Appendix D Pci Slot Number And Device Name

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name ● GP7000F Model200R PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI#4 PCI#5 PCI#6 ● GP7000F Model400A/400R 00-PCI#1 00-PCI#2 00-PCI#3 00-PCI#4 00-PCI#5 00-PCI#6 01-PCI#1 01-PCI#2 01-PCI#3 01-PCI#4 01-PCI#5 01-PCI#6 ● GP7000F Model400 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI#4 PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8...

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    Slot Number PCI#12 PCI#13 ● GP7000F Model600R Slot Number PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI#4 PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#10 PCI#11 PCI#12 ● PRIMEPOWER 1 (1U rackmount) Slot Number PCI#1 ● PRIMEPOWER 100 (pedestal) Slot Number PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 ● PRIMEPOWER 200 (pedestal,rackmount) Slot Number PCI#1 PCI#2...

  • Page 83

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name ● PRIMEPOWER 250 (2U rack-mount) PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 ● PRIMEPOWER 250 (4U rack-mount) PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI#4 PCI#5 ● PRIMEPOWER 400 (4U rackmount) PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI#4 PCI#5 PCI#6 ● PRIMEPOWER 400 (pedestal,10U rackmount) PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3...

  • Page 84

    Slot Number 01-PCI#5 ● PRIMEPOWER 450 (pedestal, 7U rack-mount) Slot Number PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI#4 PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 ● PRIMEPOWER 450 (4U rack-mount) Slot Number PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI#4 PCI#5 ● PRIMEPOWER 600 (pedestal,rackmount) Slot Number 00-PCI#1 00-PCI#2 00-PCI#3 00-PCI#4...

  • Page 85

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name ● PRIMEPOWER 650 (rackmount) Board Number SB#0 PCI-BOX#0 ● PRIMEPOWER 800 (pedestal) Board Number SB#0 SB#1 SB#2 SB#3 Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@84,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@84,4000/*@1 PCI#2 /pci@84,4000/*@2 PCI#3 /pci@84,4000/*@3 PCI#4 /pci@85,2000/*@1 PCI#5 /pci@85,4000/*@1 PCI#6 /pci@85,4000/*@2 PCI#7...

  • Page 86

    ● PRIMEPOWER 850 (rackmount) Board Number SB#0 PCI-BOX#0 SB#1 PCI-BOX#1 Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@84,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@84,4000/*@1 PCI#2 /pci@84,4000/*@2 PCI#3 /pci@84,4000/*@3 PCI#4 /pci@85,2000/*@1 PCI#5 /pci@85,4000/*@1 PCI#6 /pci@85,4000/*@2 PCI#7 /pci@85,4000/*@3 PCI#0 /pci@80,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@80,4000/*@1 PCI#2 /pci@80,4000/*@2 PCI#3...

  • Page 87

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name ● PRIMEPOWER 900 (Physical Partitioning) Board Number; SB#0 PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#0) SB#1 PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#1) ● PRIMEPOWER 900 (Extended Partitioning) Board Number; SB#0 Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@80,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@80,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@81,2000/*@1 PCI#3 /pci@81,4000/*@2...

  • Page 88

    Board Number; PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#0) SB#1 PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#1) ● PRIMEPOWER 1000,GP7000F Model1000 Board Number SB#0 SB#1 Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@c4,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@c4,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@c4,4000/*@3 PCI#3 /pci@c5,2000/*@1 PCI#4 /pci@c5,4000/*@2 PCI#5 /pci@c5,4000/*@3 PCI#6 /pci@c5,4000/*@4...

  • Page 89

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number SB#2 SB#3 SB#4 SB#5 SB#6 SB#7 ● PRIMEPOWER 1500 (Physical Partitioning) Board Number; SB#0 Slot Number PCI#0A /pci@90,2000/*@1 PCI#0B /pci@90,4000/*@2 PCI#1A /pci@91,2000/*@1 PCI#1B /pci@91,4000/*@2 PCI#3A /pci@93,2000/*@1 PCI#3B /pci@93,4000/*@2 PCI#0A /pci@98,2000/*@1 PCI#0B /pci@98,4000/*@2 PCI#1A...

  • Page 90

    Board Number; PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#0) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 SB#1 PCI#4 PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#1) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3...

  • Page 91

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number; SB#3 PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#3) ● PRIMEPOWER 1500 (Extended Partitioning) Board Number; SB#0 PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#0) SB#1 Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@98,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@98,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@99,2000/*@1 PCI#3 /pci@99,4000/*@2 PCI#4 /pci@99,4000/*@3 PCI#5 /pci@9a,2000/*@1 PCI#6...

  • Page 92

    Board Number; PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#1) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 SB#2 PCI#4 PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#2) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3...

  • Page 93

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name ● PRIMEPOWER 2000,GP7000F Model2000 Board Number SB#0 SB#1 SB#2 SB#3 SB#4 SB#5 SB#6 SB#7 Slot Number PCI#0A /pci@80,2000/*@1 PCI#0B /pci@80,4000/*@2 PCI#1A /pci@81,2000/*@1 PCI#1B /pci@81,4000/*@2 PCI#3A /pci@83,2000/*@1 PCI#3B /pci@83,4000/*@2 PCI#0A /pci@84,2000/*@1 PCI#0B /pci@84,4000/*@2 PCI#1A /pci@85,2000/*@1 PCI#1B...

  • Page 94

    Board Number PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#8 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#9 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#10 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#11 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#12 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#13 PCI#1B PCI#3A...

  • Page 95

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number SB#16 SB#17 SB#18 SB#19 SB#20 SB#21 SB#22 SB#23 Slot Number PCI#0A /pci@c0,2000/*@1 PCI#0B /pci@c0,4000/*@2 PCI#1A /pci@c1,2000/*@1 PCI#1B /pci@c1,4000/*@2 PCI#3A /pci@c3,2000/*@1 PCI#3B /pci@c3,4000/*@2 PCI#0A /pci@c4,2000/*@1 PCI#0B /pci@c4,4000/*@2 PCI#1A /pci@c5,2000/*@1 PCI#1B /pci@c5,4000/*@2 PCI#3A /pci@c7,2000/*@1 PCI#3B...

  • Page 96

    Board Number PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#24 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#25 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#26 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#27 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#28 PCI#1B PCI#3A PCI#3B PCI#0A PCI#0B PCI#1A SB#29 PCI#1B PCI#3A...

  • Page 97

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name ● PRIMEPOWER 2500/HPC2500 (Physical Partitioning) Board Number PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#0) PCI-BOX#1 (connected to SB#0) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#1) PCI-BOX#1 (connected to SB#1) Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@80,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@80,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@80,4000/*@3 PCI#3 /pci@81,2000/*@1 PCI#4 /pci@81,4000/*@2...

  • Page 98

    Board Number PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#2) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#1 PCI#4 (connected to SB#2) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#3) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8...

  • Page 99

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#4) PCI-BOX#1 (connected to SB#4) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#5) PCI-BOX#1 (connected to SB#5) Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@a0,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@a0,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@a0,4000/*@3 PCI#3 /pci@a1,2000/*@1 PCI#4 /pci@a1,4000/*@2 PCI#5 /pci@a1,4000/*@3 PCI#6 /pci@a1,4000/*@4 PCI#7...

  • Page 100

    Board Number PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#6) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#1 PCI#4 (connected to SB#6) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#7) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8...

  • Page 101

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#8) PCI-BOX#1 (connected to SB#8) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#9) PCI-BOX#1 (connected to SB#9) Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@c0,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@c0,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@c0,4000/*@3 PCI#3 /pci@c1,2000/*@1 PCI#4 /pci@c1,4000/*@2 PCI#5 /pci@c1,4000/*@3 PCI#6 /pci@c1,4000/*@4 PCI#7...

  • Page 102

    Board Number PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#a) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#1 PCI#4 (connected to SB#a) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#b) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8...

  • Page 103

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#c) PCI-BOX#1 (connected to SB#c) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#d) PCI-BOX#1 (connected to SB#d) Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@e0,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@e0,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@e0,4000/*@3 PCI#3 /pci@e1,2000/*@1 PCI#4 /pci@e1,4000/*@2 PCI#5 /pci@e1,4000/*@3 PCI#6 /pci@e1,4000/*@4 PCI#7...

  • Page 104

    Board Number PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#e) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#1 PCI#4 (connected to SB#e) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#f) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8...

  • Page 105

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name ● PRIMEPOWER 2500 (Extended Partitioning) Board Number; PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#0) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#1) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#2) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#3) Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@84,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@84,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@84,4000/*@3 PCI#3 /pci@85,2000/*@1 PCI#4 /pci@85,4000/*@2...

  • Page 106

    Board Number; PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#4) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#5) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#6) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8...

  • Page 107

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number; PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#8) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#9) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#a) PCI-BOX#0 (connected to SB#b) Slot Number PCI#0 /pci@c0,2000/*@1 PCI#1 /pci@c0,4000/*@2 PCI#2 /pci@c0,4000/*@3 PCI#3 /pci@c1,2000/*@1 PCI#4 /pci@c1,4000/*@2 PCI#5 /pci@c1,4000/*@3 PCI#6 /pci@c1,4000/*@4 PCI#7...

  • Page 108

    Board Number; PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#c) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#d) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8 PCI#9 PCI#0 PCI#1 PCI#2 PCI#3 PCI-BOX#0 PCI#4 (connected to SB#e) PCI#5 PCI#6 PCI#7 PCI#8...

  • Page 109

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number PCI#1 IOBoat(Ex) Basic PCI Slot PCI#2 IOBoat(X) PCI#2 IOBoat(Ex) Basic PCI Slot PCI#3 IOBoat(X) PCI#3 IOBoat(Ex) Basic PCI Slot PCI#4 IOBoat(X) PCI#4 IOBoat(Ex) Slot Number PCI#1-PCIX3 /pci@0,600000/pci@0/pci@9/pci@0/pci@9/pci@0/****@4 PCI#1-PCIX4 /pci@0,600000/pci@0/pci@9/pci@0/pci@9/pci@0,1/****@4 PCI#1-PCIE1 /pci@0,600000/pci@0/pci@9/pci@0/pci@1/pci@0/pci@0/****@0 PCI#1-PCIE2 /pci@0,600000/pci@0/pci@9/pci@0/pci@1/pci@0/pci@1/****@0...

  • Page 110

    Board Number Slot Number PCI#4-PCIE6 Logical Basic PCI PCI#0 System Slot PCI#1 Board PCI#1-PCIX1 PCI#1-PCIX2 PCI#1 PCI#1-PCIX5 IOBoat(X) PCI#1-PCIX6 PCI#1-PCIX3 PCI#1-PCIX4 PCI#1-PCIE1 PCI#1-PCIE2 PCI#1 PCI#1-PCIE3 IOBoat(Ex) PCI#1-PCIE4 PCI#1-PCIE5 PCI#1-PCIE6 Basic PCI PCI#2 Slot PCI#2-PCIX1 PCI#2-PCIX2 PCI#2 PCI#2-PCIX5 IOBoat(X) PCI#2-PCIX6 PCI#2-PCIX3 PCI#2-PCIX4 PCI#2-PCIE1 PCI#2-PCIE2...

  • Page 111

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number PCI#4 IOBoat(Ex) ● SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Board Number Logical Basic PCI System Slot Board Basic PCI Slot PCI#1 IOBoat(X) PCI#1 IOBoat(Ex) Basic PCI Slot Basic PCI Slot PCI#3 IOBoat(X) PCI#3 IOBoat(Ex) Basic PCI Slot...

  • Page 112

    Board Number Slot Number PCI#5-PCIX5 PCI#5-PCIX6 PCI#5-PCIX3 PCI#5-PCIX4 PCI#5-PCIE1 PCI#5-PCIE2 PCI#5 PCI#5-PCIE3 IOBoat(Ex) PCI#5-PCIE4 PCI#5-PCIE5 PCI#5-PCIE6 Basic PCI PCI#6 Slot Basic PCI PCI#7 Slot PCI#7-PCIX1 PCI#7-PCIX2 PCI#7 PCI#7-PCIX5 IOBoat(X) PCI#7-PCIX6 PCI#7-PCIX3 PCI#7-PCIX4 PCI#7-PCIE1 PCI#7-PCIE2 PCI#7 PCI#7-PCIE3 IOBoat(Ex) PCI#7-PCIE4 PCI#7-PCIE5 PCI#7-PCIE6 Logical Basic PCI PCI#0...

  • Page 113

    Appendix D PCI Slot Number and Device Name Board Number PCI#3 IOBoat(Ex) Basic PCI Slot Basic PCI Slot PCI#5 IOBoat(X) PCI#5 IOBoat(Ex) Basic PCI Slot Basic PCI Slot PCI#7 IOBoat(X) PCI#7 IOBoat(Ex) Slot Number PCI#3-PCIX6 /pci@13,700000/pci@0/pci@8/pci@0,1/****@4 PCI#3-PCIX3 /pci@13,700000/pci@0/pci@9/pci@0/****@4 PCI#3-PCIX4 /pci@13,700000/pci@0/pci@9/pci@0,1/****@4 PCI#3-PCIE1 /pci@13,700000/pci@0/pci@1/pci@0/pci@0/****@0 PCI#3-PCIE2...

  • Page 114: Appendix E Available Switches

    Appendix E Available Switches This appendix shows switches tested with FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 3.0 (as of January 2007). Table E.1 With FUJITSU PCI GigabitEthernet 3.0 (PW008GE4/PW0G8GE1/SE0X7GD2X) Product Name FUJITSU SH4000, SB7300, SR8800, SH4322G CISCO Systems 6500 series Extreme Networks Summit series...

  • Page 115: Appendix E Available Switches

    Appendix E Available Switches Table E.4 IEEE802.3 LinkAggregation capable switches Product Name FUJITSU SH4322G 3Com Superstack 3 Hewlett Packard ProCurve 8000m Extreme Networks Summit 1i, 7i CISCO Systems Catalyst3550 Connection Available Function Name LinkAggregation function LinkAggregation function Load Balancing function...

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