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Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems
Installation Guide
Manual Code: C120-E678-12EN
July 2015

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    Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide Manual Code: C120-E678-12EN July 2015...

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    The furnishings of this document to you does not give you any rights or licenses, express or implied, with respect to the product or technology to which it pertains, and this document does not contain or represent any commitment of any kind on the part of Oracle or Fujitsu Limited or any affiliate of either of them.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface xi Chapter 1 Understanding the Installation Flow 1 1.1   Workflow for the SPARC M10-1   1 1.2   Workflow for the SPARC M10-4   3 1.3   Workflow for the SPARC M10-4S   5 Direct connections between chassis (without an expansion rack)   6 Connections through crossbar boxes (with an expansion rack)  ...

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    3.1   Preparing the Necessary Tools/Information for Installation   67 3.2   Confirming Delivered Components   68 3.2.1   Confirming the delivered components of the SPARC M10-1   68 3.2.2   Confirming the delivered components of the SPARC M10-4   69 3.2.3  ...

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    3.4   Mounting the Chassis in a Rack   95 3.4.1   Mounting the SPARC M10-1 in a rack   96 3.4.2   Mounting the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S in a rack   102 3.4.3   Mounting the PCI expansion unit in a rack   120 3.5  ...

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    6.1   Connecting the System Management Terminal to the Chassis   177 6.2   Turning On the Input Power   178 6.2.1   Checking the BB-ID settings (for the SPARC M10-4S)   178 6.2.2   Turning on the input power and starting the XSCF   179 6.3  ...

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    Installation   239 9.1.1   Preparing the necessary tools   239 9.1.2   Confirming delivered components   240 9.2   Installing the SPARC M10-4S   240 9.2.1   Installing the server while the target physical partition (PPAR) is operating   241 9.2.2  ...

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      265 9.3.2   Installing expansion rack 1   268 9.3.3   Installing the SPARC M10-4S in expansion rack 1   268 9.4   Installing Expansion Rack 2   269 9.5   Adding Expansion Racks 1 and 2   271 9.5.1  ...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    A.3.2   Mistaken setting of a BB-ID other than BB#00 or BB#01   318 A.3.3   Mistaken settings for BB#00 and BB#01   319 Appendix B Cable Connection Information on Building Block Configurations 323 B.1   2BB Configuration (Direct Connections between Chassis)   323 B.2  ...

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      Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Preface This document describes methods of installing and setting up the SPARC M10 systems from Oracle or Fujitsu. The document assumes that the system has already been unpacked. Fujitsu M10 is sold as SPARC M10 Systems by Fujitsu in Japan.

  • Page 12: Related Documentation

    *1 The listed manuals are subject to change without notice. *2 The printed manual comes with the product. *3 This document applies specifically to the FUJITSU M10 and FUJITSU ETERNUS storage system. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 13: Text Conventions, Safety Precautions

    Each command has a section number in the command name when prompting users to refer to it. Safety Precautions Read the following documents thoroughly before using or handling any SPARC M10 system: Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Important Legal and Safety Information ■...

  • Page 14: Document Feedback

    If you have any comments or requests regarding this document, please contact us from the following URL with the relevant manual number, manual title, and pages along with specific details: Japanese site ■ http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/sparc/manual/ Global site ■ http://www.fujitsu.com/global/services/computing/server/sparc/downloads/manual/ Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 15: Workflow For The Sparc M10-1

    ■ Workflow for the SPARC M10-1 The SPARC M10-1 is a 1U-size chassis with 1 CPU (8 or 16 cores). This compact model combines a space-saving design and high performance. This section describes the flow from SPARC M10-1 installation to the initial system settings.

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    Table 1-1     Workflow for the SPARC M10-1 (continued) Step (work time (*1)) Work description Reference Before installing the system, check "Chapter 2 Planning and Preparing Required the safety precautions, system for System Installation" specifications, and necessary conditions for installation.

  • Page 17: Workflow For The Sparc M10-4

    M10 Systems Product Notes. Workflow for the SPARC M10-4 The SPARC M10-4 is a 4U-size chassis that can be configured with up to 4 CPUs (32 or 64 cores). The SPARC M10-4 is not used in a building block configuration but used alone.

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    Table 1-2     Workflow for the SPARC M10-4 (continued) Step (work time (*1)) Work description Reference Check the latest information available Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Required in the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Product Notes Product Notes. Before installing the system, check the "Chapter 2 Planning and Preparing...

  • Page 19: Workflow For The Sparc M10-4s

    Table 1-3. This section describes the workflow separately by how the chassis is connected. Note - Before starting work for a system using the SPARC M10-4S in the 1BB configuration, "1.2 Workflow for the SPARC M10-4." Chapter 1 Understanding the Installation Flow...

  • Page 20: Direct Connections Between Chassis (without An Expansion Rack)

    Table 1-3     Configurations when the SPARC M10-4S is in a building block configuration Item Without expansion rack With expansion rack Mounting rack Mounted in equipment Mounted in expansion rack rack Number of configurations Up to 4BB configuration 2BB configuration to 16BB...

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    SPARC M10-4S are set, starting at 00. By clicking a reference in " " to display a section, you can see the details of the respective step. Table 1-4     Workflow for the SPARC M10-4S Step (work time (*1)) Work description Reference Installation work (approx.

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    Table 1-4     Workflow for the SPARC M10-4S (continued) Step (work time (*1)) Work description Reference Log in to the SPARC M10-4S, and "6.3 Logging In to the XSCF" Required check the firmware version number, "6.4 Checking the XCP Version"...

  • Page 23: Connections Through Crossbar Boxes (with An Expansion Rack)

    Note - The SPARC M10 systems have Oracle Solaris preinstalled. According to the purpose, either use the preinstalled Oracle Solaris as is or reinstall it. To reinstall Oracle Solaris, install the latest Oracle VM Server for SPARC. For the latest information on the supported Oracle Solaris versions and SRU, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Product Notes.

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    Crossbar box The number shown after BB# or XBBOX# is the ID (BB-ID) identifying the unit. The IDs of the SPARC M10-4S are set, starting at 00. The IDs of crossbar boxes are set, starting at 80. By clicking a reference in " " to display a section, you can see the details of the respective step.

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    M10-4S)" Turn on the input power. "6.2.2 Turning on the input power Required and starting the XSCF" Log in to the SPARC M10-4S, and "6.3 Logging In to the XSCF" Required check the firmware version number, "6.4 Checking the XCP Version"...

  • Page 26: Workflow When Connecting The Pci Expansion Unit

    *2 Time required for mounting optional components is not included. *3 If the optional components are ordered together with the SPARC M10-4S, they are shipped mounted to the chassis. *4 If the chassis is shipped mounted on the rack, the BB-ID has been set.

  • Page 27: Points To Note On Configurations With The Pci Expansion Unit Connected

    *4 It is assumed that a link card is installed in the chassis to which the PCI expansion unit is to be connected. If a link card is installed on site, see "Chapter 10 Maintaining the Link Cards" in the PCI Expansion Unit for Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Service Manual.

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    Required SPARC M10-4/M10-4S If you install SPARC M10-4S together with a PCI expansion unit connected to it, keep the following points in mind. Pull out all the PCIe cassettes with the PCIe card for the PCI expansion unit to be ■...

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    Required When performing the installation/removal/replacement of the PCI expansion unit for the PCI slot of the SPARC M10 chassis for which the direct I/O function of the PCI expansion unit has been enabled by executing the setpciboxdio command, the following table indicates whether specific information must be saved/restored in each of the different cases.

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    Table 1-9     Operation for when the installation/removal/replacement of the PCI expansion unit is performed for the PCI slot of the SPARC M10 chassis for which the direct I/O function has been enabled Maintenance environment Domain configuration Reconfiguring Oracle...

  • Page 31: Safety Precautions

    Planning and Preparing for System Installation This chapter describes what should be checked when planning SPARC M10 system installation. Before installation, you need to understand the system configuration and obtain all the information that will become prerequisite conditions for installation.

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    To keep the entire rack stable, fix the rack to the wall or floor by suitable means. - Be careful not to injure yourself or others when installing the chassis in the rack. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    - Do not install this chassis in the rack if the chassis may make the entire rack unstable. - Weight of this chassis in the maximum configuration: Model SP-1S (SPARC M10-1): 18 kg Model SP-4SBB (SPARC M10-4S): 60 kg Model SP-4SNB (SPARC M10-4): 58 kg...

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    Figure 2-1     Rack configuration (for the 16BB configuration) BB#07 BB#15 BB#06 BB#14 BB#05 BB#13 BB#04 BB#12 XBBOX#81 XBBOX#83 XBBOX#80 XBBOX#82 BB#03 BB#11 BB#02 BB#10 BB#01 BB#09 BB#00 BB#08 Expansion rack 2 Expansion rack 1 Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 35: Items Requiring Confirmation Before Installation

    Items Requiring Confirmation before Installation This section describes the items that you need to confirm before installing the SPARC M10 system. Before starting installation work, confirm that the requirements in Table 2-1 have been met. Table 2-1     List of items requiring confirmation before installation...

  • Page 36: Confirming The Physical Specifications Of The System

    - Have the required CPU Activations been ordered? Confirming the Physical Specifications of the System This section describes the physical specifications of the system that require confirmation before installation. Confirm that the installation location meets these requirements. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 37: Size And Weight

    22 kg Confirming Rack Specifications Use a rack that meets the specified conditions for using the SPARC M10-1 or SPARC M10-4 in a standalone configuration or using the SPARC M10-4S in a configuration up to the 4BB configuration (direct connections between chassis).

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    Each chassis of the SPARC M10 systems is designed for mounting in an equipment rack. If the SPARC M10-4S units are connected by cables, mount the units side by side in a rack with no gap between them. Figure 2-3     Chassis mounting locations (corresponding to BB-IDs) for the 4BB...

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    Rack type/Compliance Equipment rack/EIA standard-compliant standards Dimension between rear door SPARC M10-1: At least 917 mm (36.1 in.) (inside) and front column SPARC M10-4: At least 844 mm (33.2 in.) SPARC M10-4S: At least 930 mm (36.6 in.) PCI-BOX: At least 848 mm (33.4 in.) Dimension between front door SPARC M10-1: At least 40 mm (1.5 in.)

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    Earthquake resistance measures Earthquake resistance measures can be implemented for rack *1 If the SPARC M10-4, M10-4S, or PCI expansion unit has square holes with sides of 9.0 mm (0.35 in.) to 9.2 mm (0.36 in.), a separate rack mount kit must be ordered.

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    Mounting on the lowest shelf of the rack ■ For the SPARC M10-4 and M10-4S, the cable support at the chassis rear moves underneath the chassis during maintenance, so do not mount the chassis on the lowest shelf (1U) of the rack. (See Figure 2-3.)

  • Page 42: Installation Area For A General Rack

    2-8. The rack width depends on the rack used. When using a rack other than the designated rack, see the manual for the rack used. Figure 2-5     Example of service areas for the SPARC M10-1 (top view) 800 mm Rear service area (31.5 in.)

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    Figure 2-6     Example of service areas for the SPARC M10-1 when using a stepladder (top view) 800 mm Rear service area (31.5 in.) 105 0 mm Rack (41.3 in.) Installation area for stepladder (*1) (*1) 1100 mm 1100 mm Front service area (43.3 in.)

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    Figure 2-7     Example of service areas for the SPARC M10-4/M10-4S (top view) 900 mm Rear service area (35.4 in.) 1050 mm Rack (41.3 in.) 1200 mm Front service area (47.2 in.) 600 mm 600 mm 700 mm (23.6 in.) (23.6 in.)

  • Page 45: Mounting Conditions For Expansion Racks

    2.4.3 Mounting conditions for expansion racks Building block configuration (connections through the crossbar boxes of the SPARC M10-4S) Dedicated power distribution unit (PDUs), crossbar boxes (XBBOXs), and crossbar cables are shipped mounted in a dedicated rack (expansion rack). Figure 2-9...

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    Figure 2-9     Chassis mounting locations (corresponding to BB-IDs) for the 16BB configuration BB#07 BB#15 BB#06 BB#14 BB#05 BB#13 BB#04 BB#12 XBBOX#81 XBBOX#83 XBBOX#80 XBBOX#82 BB#03 BB#11 BB#02 BB#10 BB#01 BB#09 BB#00 BB#08 Expansion rack 2 Expansion rack 1 Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Figure 2-10     Cage nut locations Cage nut positions Expansion rack 1 Expansion rack 2 Front supporting Rear supporting column column 41U top 40U center M10-4S (#07) M10-4S (#15) 40U bottom 39U center 39U center 37U top 36U center 36U bottom M10-4S (#06) M10-4S (#14)

  • Page 48: Installation Area For An Expansion Rack

    Note that the values shown are expansion unit design values. To fix the leveling feet to the floor, determine locations allowing for a tolerance of ±2 mm (±0.1 in.), which is the dimensional tolerance of the expansion racks. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 49: Points Of Concern When Bringing In An Expansion Rack

    W 1,260 x D 1,264 x H 2,160 mm). The expansion rack is shipped with both the SPARC M10-4S and crossbar boxes mounted in the rack. If it is difficult to bring in the rack while still packed, unpack it as needed to bring it in.

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    17°C (63°F) or lower. Special attention is needed for the work of unpacking an ordinary package. ■ Perform the work of unpacking the rack package according to the following Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 51: Method Of Fixing An Expansion Rack In Place

    procedure. This work is not required for Eco packages. a. Place the rack package on a flat surface. The package shows the work area requirements. Referring to the description, select a work area. b. Use scissors or another tool to cut the polyester banding securing the package parts together.

  • Page 52: Checking Environmental Conditions

    Checking Environmental Conditions This section describes the environmental conditions for the SPARC M10 systems. The server can be installed at locations that meet the environmental conditions listed in Table 2-5. Note - When designing environmental control systems such as air conditioning facilities, confirm that the air taken in by each chassis meets the requirements specified in this section.

  • Page 53: Ambient Temperature

    *1 No condensation is assumed regardless of temperature and humidity conditions. *2 Only the SPARC M10-1 and the PCI expansion unit can be installed in an office. Install the SPARC M10-4/M10- 4S in a dedicated room such as a server room.

  • Page 54: Contaminant Conditions

    (However, this does not apply if air conditioning facilities do not use outside air.) Checking Acoustic Noise Levels This section describes the acoustic noise levels of the SPARC M10 systems. The acoustic noise levels of each chassis in Table 2-7...

  • Page 55: Checking Cooling Conditions

    74 dB 57 dB Checking Cooling Conditions This section describes the cooling conditions for the SPARC M10 systems. Note the following conditions when installing the system: The air conditioning facilities for the room are sufficient to meet the cooling ■...

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    *1 The SPARC M10-4S is not mounted. *2 Value for the single-phase power feed model *3 Value for the three-phase delta power feed model *4 Value for the three-phase star power feed model Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 57: Checking The Power Input Type

    Checking the Power Input Type This section describes the power input types that can be used with the SPARC M10 systems. To prevent serious accidents, confirm that the power supply facilities can supply sufficient redundant power to the system.

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    (SPARC M10-1) PSU#0 PSU#1 AC power CB: Circuit breaker Figure 2-16     Power supply system with redundant power supply connections (SPARC M10-4/M10-4S) AC IN#1 AC IN#0 AC power CB: Circuit breaker Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 59: Dual Power Feed

    Figure 2-17     Power supply system with redundant power supply connections (expansion rack) (*3) (*1) PDU#1 (*1) (*3) PDU#1 (*1) (*3) PDU#1 (*1) (*3) PDU#1 (*2) (*3) PDU#0 (*3) (*2) PDU#0 (*3) (*2) PDU#0 (*3) (*2) PDU#0 *1 For expansion rack 2, use PDU#3. *2 For expansion rack 2, use PDU#2.

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    Figure 2-18     Power supply system with dual power feed (SPARC M10-1) PSU#0 PSU#1 AC power CB: Circuit breaker Figure 2-19     Power supply system with dual power feed (SPARC M10-4/M10-4S) AC IN#1 AC IN#0 AC power CB: Circuit breaker Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・...

  • Page 61: Three-phase Power Feed

    The customer needs to prepare an external power distribution unit for three-phase power feed for the SPARC M10-1, M10-4, or M10-4S. There are two types of three-phase power feed: three-phase star connection and three-phase delta connection.

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    AC 380 to 415V Figure 2-22     Power supply system with three-phase power feed (delta connection) AC IN#1 AC IN#0 Power distribution box (for three phase delta connection) AC 200 to 240V Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Figure 2-23     Power supply system with three-phase power feed (expansion rack: single power feed) (*3) (*1) PDU#1 (*1) (*3) PDU#1 (*3) (*1) PDU#1 (*3) (*2) PDU#0 (*2) (*3) PDU#0 (*2) (*3) PDU#0 *1 For expansion rack 2, use PDU#3. *2 For expansion rack 2, use PDU#2.

  • Page 64: Uninterruptible Power Supply (ups) Connection (optional)

    If the customer has ordered UPSs, use a separate UPS for each power supply system. Connect PSU#0 and PSU#1 to the input power supplies of different systems. Figure 2-25 Figure 2-26 show power supply systems with three-phase power Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 65: Internal Rack Connections Of An Expansion Rack

    Figure 2-25     Power supply system with UPS connections (SPARC M10-1) PSU#0 PSU#1 UPS#1 AC#1 UPS#0 AC#0 CB: Circuit breaker Figure 2-26     Power supply system with UPS connections (SPARC M10-4/M10-4S) AC IN#1 AC IN#0 UPS#0 AC#0...

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    Figure 2-27     Power supply connections for an expansion rack (single-phase power supply connection) Expansion rack PDU#1 SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S XBBOX PSU#1 PSU#0 XBBOX PDU#0 PSU#1 PSU#0 SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Figure 2-28     Power supply connections for an expansion rack (three-phase delta connection/three-phase star connection) Expansion rack PDU#1 SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S XBBOX PSU#1 PSU#0 XBBOX PDU#0 PSU#1 PSU#0 SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S SPARC M10-4S Chapter 2 Planning and Preparing for System Installation...

  • Page 68: Preparing Power Supply Facilities

    Preparing Power Supply Facilities This section describes the electrical specifications, power cord specifications, facility power requirements, and grounding requirements of the SPARC M10 systems.   To minimize component failure rates, stable power supply such as with a dual power feed or uninterruptible power supply (UPS) must be prepared. The component...

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    Table 2-10     Electrical specifications (SPARC M10-1) (continued) Item Specification Input voltage of 100 to 120 VAC Input voltage of 200 to 240 VAC CPU type: CPU type: CPU type: CPU type: SPARC64 X SPARC64 X+ SPARC64 X SPARC64 X+...

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    9.0 A Maximum power consumption (*4) 1,354 W 1,754 W Apparent power (*4) 1,382 VA 1,790 VA Rush current (*3) (*4) 80 A peak or less 80 A peak or less Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    3.5 mA *1 The specifications apply to a single rack. *2 For the M10-4S mounted in an expansion rack. If the mounted device is not the M10-4S, the configuration may be different depending on the power connection configuration of the device.

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    3.5 mA *1 The specifications apply to a single rack. *2 For the M10-4S mounted in an expansion rack. If the mounted device is not the M10-4S, the configuration may be different depending on the power connection configuration of the device.

  • Page 73: Power Cord Specifications

    PDU for the expansion rack used to connect five or more SPARC M10-4S units. Table 2-17     Power cords and connector shape (SPARC M10-1, PCI expansion unit) Destination Power cord type...

  • Page 74: Breaker Characteristics

    Note - For chassis with plugs that have a lock function, confirm that the chassis have a 15 A (20 A for the SPARC M10-4/M10-4S) overcurrent protection device. If they do not have that device, provide 15 A (20 A for SPARC M10-4/M10-4S) overcurrent protection using a circuit breaker or fuse.

  • Page 75: Grounding Requirements

    Table 2-20     Distribution panel breaker capacity on the equipment side (continue d) Device name Power supply input Distribution panel breaker capacity on equipment side For Japan/North For Europe America/other countries PCI expansion unit Single-phase 100 to 120 VAC 10 A Single-phase 200 to 240 VAC 10 A...

  • Page 76: Checking External Interface Port Specifications

    This section provides an overview of the specifications of the external interface ports required in installation and operation of the SPARC M10 systems.   You can use the following external interface ports on the SPARC M10 systems. XSCF unit administration port Serial port ■...

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    This is a general-purpose USB port. Use the port to connect an external USB DVD device, etc. Figure 2-30 Figure 2-31 show the external interface port locations on the SPARC M10-1 and SPARC M10-4/M10-4S. Figure 2-30     Locations of the ports for network connections (SPARC M10-1) Chapter 2 Planning and Preparing for System Installation...

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    USB port GbE LAN port SAS port Serial port XSCF USB port (for field engineers) XSCF-LAN port Figure 2-31     Locations of the ports for network connections (SPARC M10-4/M10-4S) Port Number on board 1, 7 USB port GbE LAN port...

  • Page 79: Network Configuration Example

    *1 The SPARC M10-4 does not have this port. 2.10.1 Network configuration example Figure 2-32 shows a network configuration example. For details on network connections, see "1.3 Network Configuration" in the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems System Operation and Administration Guide. Chapter 2 Planning and Preparing for System Installation...

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    Figure 2-32     Network configuration example Serial port XSCF LAN port GbE LAN port RJ45 RJ45 RJ45 Internet RS-232C serial Terminal cross cable Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 81: Preparing The Necessary Tools/information For Installation

    Wrench or box wrench (M8 screws securing rack Used to unpack an ordinary rack package package: nominal size 13)   Wrench or box wrench (M10 screws securing rack Used to unpack an ordinary rack package package: nominal size 17) Allen wrench (M12 screws securing top cover: nominal...

  • Page 82: Confirming Delivered Components

    Confirm the delivered components by referring to the List of Attachments that comes with the SPARC M10-1. Table 3-2 below is a list of accessories for the SPARC M10-1. The accessories may change without notice. Table 3-2     Reference: List of accessories for the SPARC M10-1...

  • Page 83: Confirming The Delivered Components Of The Sparc M10-4

    Table 3-2     Reference: List of accessories for the SPARC M10-1 (continue d) Name Quantity Remarks Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Important Legal and Safety Information CPU Activation CD-ROM (*1) Power cord For 100 VAC or 200 VAC (*2) Serial cable...

  • Page 84: Confirming The Delivered Components Of The Sparc M10-4s

    3.2.3 Confirming the delivered components of the SPARC M10-4S This section describes the confirmation of delivered components of the SPARC M10-4S. Confirm the delivered components by referring to the List of Attachments that comes with the SPARC M10-4S. Table 3-4 below is a list of accessories for the SPARC M10-4S.

  • Page 85: Confirming The Delivered Components Of An Expansion Rack

    *2 If ordered at the same time as the SPARC M10, the cable is supplied with the SPARC M10. *3 If ordered at the same time as the SPARC M10, the card is shipped mounted in the SPARC M10. Check for incomplete engagement, incomplete contact, or looseness in the mounting of a PCI Express card that may have been caused by vibration during transportation or moving of the equipment.

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    Key (for both front and rear doors) Cable holder (F) Cable holder (R) M5 flat-head screw (for attaching cable holder) M5 core spring nut (for attaching cable holder) Protection bushing (for top cover opening) Crossbar unit (*2) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 87

    Table 3-8     Reference: List of accessories for expansion rack 2 (continued) Remarks Number Name Quantity in figure Connecting kit 1 set (*3) *1 Eight cables are supplied for the single-phase power supply, and six cables for the three-phase power supply. *2 If this component is ordered at the same time as expansion rack 1, it is shipped mounted in a crossbar box.

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    (12) (13) *1 Power cord for the single-phase power feed model *2 Power cord for the three-phase delta power feed model *3 Power cord for the three-phase star power feed model Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table 3-9     Reference: List of connecting kit components Number Name Quantity Remarks in figure Lower connecting bracket Upper connecting bracket Horizontal connecting packing 1 Length: 880 mm (34.6 in.) Vertical connecting packing 1 Length: 1,000 mm (39.4 in.) Vertical connecting packing 2 Length: 860 mm (33.9 in.) M6 core spring nut...

  • Page 90: Installing A Rack

    Installing a Rack The expansion rack is shipped with the SPARC M10-4S chassis and crossbar boxes mounted. Power distribution units (PDUs) are also shipped mounted in the rack together with crossbar cables and XSCF BB control cables. This section describes the procedure for connecting the power cords to the power distribution units (PDUs), how to install the expansion rack, and the procedure for connecting the rack.

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    Figure 3-3     Locations of the CB switches on the PDUs REAR Remove the side plate on the right side as viewed from the front of the rack. a. Remove the 10 screws securing the side plate. b. Remove the side plate by lifting it up. Note - Be careful when removing the side plate because it weighs about 13 kg.

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    Figure 3-4     Removing the side plate FRONT Connect the power cords. The wiring of the power cords may run from above the rack or below the rack. Perform this work by following the corresponding procedure. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Wiring the power cords from above the rack (ceiling side)   a. Remove the four screws securing the top cover of the rack. b. Remove the top cover by lifting it up. Note - Be careful because work on the top cover section is done high off the ground. Never do anything dangerous such as putting your foot on the rack, which would be very dangerous.

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    A in Figure 3-7 represents the power cord for single-phase power feed. B in Figure 3-7 represents the power cord for three-phase power feed. Figure 3-7     Inserting power cords Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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      e. Connect the power cords to the PDUs. Each cable has an attached label showing the connection destination. Each PDU also has an indicator. So, match it with the right cable to connect the cable. For the PDU mounting locations, see Figure 3-8.

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    Figure 3-9 shows single-phase power feed. The required lengths are the same as Remarks - for three-phase power feed. Figure 3-9     Securing power cords 30cm (12 in.) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Wiring the power cords from below the rack (floor side) a. Move the rack forward 50 cm (20 in.) from the power cord opening (A in Figure 3-10). Figure 3-10     Moving the rack FRONT Chapter 3 Installing the System...

  • Page 98

    Figure 3-11 represents the power cord for single-phase power feed.   B in Figure 3-11 represents the power cord for three-phase power feed. Figure 3-11     Drawing in power cords Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 99

    c. Connect the power cords to the PDUs. Each cable has an attached label showing the connection destination. Each PDU also has an indicator. So, match it with the right cable to connect the cable. For the PDU mounting locations, see Figure 3-12.

  • Page 100: Securing The Rack

    Keep the rack level with the leveling feet. Make sure that the casters are approximately 2 mm (0.1 in.) above the floor surface. The casters must not support the weight of the rack. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 101

    For fixed installations of the rack Fixing in place using the quakeresistant options kit ■ Attach the quakeresistant options kit (which is optional so must be ordered separately) around the rack (front, rear, and sides), and fix it to the slab (building floor) by using the holes in the kit.

  • Page 102: Connecting Racks

    The stabilizer is attached to the rack as shown below. Figure 3-16     Illustration of L-shaped stabilizer attachment Warning - For a non-fixed installation of a rack for mounting the SPARC M10-1, order the stabilizer and be sure to attach it. Pulling out the chassis from a rack without a stabilizer attached may cause the rack to topple over.

  • Page 103

    Confirm that the connecting kit supplied with expansion rack 2 is complete. Remove the front doors of expansion racks 1 and 2. a. Open the door about 90°. b. Lifting up the door, remove the hinge (pin) on the main body of the rack. Then, slide the door laterally to remove it.

  • Page 104

    Attach two M6 core spring nuts in the lower part of the vertical column (left side as viewed from the rear) on the connecting side at the rear of the rack.     Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 105

    Figure 3-19     Attaching core spring nuts FRONT REAR Number in Description figure M6 core spring nut Vertical column Procedure for attaching core spring nuts ■ Perform work by referring to Figure 3-20. a. Insert core spring nut A in direction C into the groove of vertical column B. Then, rotate it in direction D.

  • Page 106

    Attach two M6 core spring nuts in the lower part of the vertical column (right side as viewed from the rear) on the connecting side at the rear of the rack. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 107

    Figure 3-22     Attaching core spring nuts (expansion rack 2 side) REAR FRONT Number in Description figure M12 screw Top cover M6 core spring nut Vertical column Align the heights of expansion racks 1 and 2. a. Arrange expansion rack 2 next to expansion rack 1. b.

  • Page 108

    Attach the side plate removed from expansion rack 1 with the 10 screws of the side plate removed from expansion rack 1. Note - Be careful when attaching the side plate because it weighs about 13 kg. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 109: Mounting The Chassis In A Rack

    Components." For the rack mounting procedure of each chassis, see the following sections: Mounting the SPARC M10-1 in a rack ■ Mounting the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S in a rack ■ Mounting the PCI expansion unit in a rack ■ Chapter 3 Installing the System...

  • Page 110: Mounting The Sparc M10-1 In A Rack

    3.4.1 Mounting the SPARC M10-1 in a rack Confirm that the rack rail kit supplied with the SPARC M10-1 is complete. Figure 3-25     Rack rail kit REAR FRONT Number in figure Name Quantity Slide rail (left/right) 1 per side Cable management arm Confirm that the rack is fixed in place to prevent the rack from toppling over.

  • Page 111

    column of the rack, and align the protrusions on the slide rail with the holes in the supporting column (attachment locations). Then, push back the slide rail. (The latch clicks at this time.)   c. Pull the slide rail until the front of the rail meets the front of the front supporting column of the rack.

  • Page 112

    Align the insertion holes of the inner rail with the pins on the side of the chassis. b. Press and slide the inner rail toward the rear of the chassis. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 113

    c. The latch clicks when the inner rail is secured to the chassis. d. Confirm that the attached inner rail is firmly locked and does not come loose by shaking it gently. e. Attach the inner rail on the other side in the same manner. Figure 3-29  ...

  • Page 114

    Figure 3-32) of the inner rail on the right side of the chassis. c. Insert the larger bracket (D in Figure 3-32) on the tip of the CMA into the right Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 115

    edge (B in Figure 3-32) of the slide rail on the right side of the chassis, along the guide groove (E in Figure 3-32). Figure 3-32     Attaching the right side of the CMA Insert Insert d. While pushing out the green tag marked "CMA Release For ..." along the slide rail on the left side of the chassis, insert the tip of the left side of the CMA.

  • Page 116: Mounting The Sparc M10-4/sparc M10-4s In A Rack

    Mounting the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S in a rack Confirm that the rack mount kit supplied with the SPARC M10-4 or SPARC M10-4S is complete. Note - The rack mount kit contains two types of cable support: Type-1 and Type-2. The...

  • Page 117

    Figure 3-35     Rack mount kit Number Name Quantity Remarks in figure Rail Bilaterally symmetrical shape Cable support (*1) (*2) Cable support bracket (*2) Bilaterally symmetrical shape M3 screw (*2) Cable support fixing bracket (*2) Bilaterally symmetrical shape M6 screw Cage nut *1 There are two types of cable support: Type-1 and Type-2.

  • Page 118

    - Attachment locations in the front supporting columns: (From the bottom) 1U center, 2U bottom, and 3U top - Attachment locations in the rear supporting columns: (From the bottom) 1U center and 2U center Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 119

    Figure 3-37     Cage nut attachment locations in the supporting columns of the rack 3U top Mounting Mounting area (4U) area (4U) 2U center 2U bottom 1U center 1U center FRONT REAR a. Attach cage nuts from the inside of the rack. Orient the hooks of the cage nut vertically.

  • Page 120

    Remove pins from the left and right rails in the same manner. d. Store the removed pins and screws (eight pins and eight screws in total) for future use when the chassis is moved. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 121

    Figure 3-41     Removing a rail pin Remove the one screw (A in Figure 3-42) from the side of the rail. The removed screw will be used in step 8. Figure 3-42     Screws on the sides of rails FRONT FRONT FRONT...

  • Page 122

    Figure 3-44     Attaching the rail: Fixing location of the screw REAR 2U bottom FRONT FRONT Attach the cable support fixing brackets to the rear supporting columns of the rack. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 123

    For the Type-1 cable support ● a. Orient the notches (B in Figure 3-45) on the cable support fixing brackets (A in Figure 3-45) face down. b. From the rear of the rack, secure the rails and cable support brackets with two M6 screws to the rear supporting columns of the rack.

  • Page 124

    3-47) from the inside of the cable support.     Figure 3-47     Removing the cable support fixing brackets (1)   b. Slide the cable support fixing brackets (D in Figure 3-48) to remove them. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 125

    Figure 3-48     Removing the cable support fixing brackets (2)   c. From the rear of the rack, secure the rails and cable support fixing brackets (D) with two M6 screws to the rear supporting columns of the rack. The fixing locations are 1U center and 2U center.

  • Page 126

    Figure 3-51     Securing the sides of rails with screws REAR A (M5 screws) FRONT Mount the chassis in the rack. Mount the chassis from the front of the rack.   Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 127

    Caution - The SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S weighs 60 kg. Mount the chassis in the rack with four or more people working together. Alternatively, use a lifter such as a hydraulic or mechanical jack. a. When using a lifter, secure it horizontally.

  • Page 128

    (depth) toward the chassis. d. Secure the cable support with two M3 screws (C in Figure 3-55). e. Close the rear door of the rack, and confirm that the cable support does not Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 129

    interfere. If it interferes, slide the cable support toward the chassis while holding the latches (B in Figure 3-54) of the left and right cable support brackets. The cable support should be in the position nearest the chassis, with the cable support bracket latches engaged. f.

  • Page 130

    Level the cable support. Then, align the circular holes at the other side with the two screws, and attach it.     Figure 3-56     Attaching the cable support (1) REAR Circular hole sections Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 131

    b. Slide in the cable support all the way, and tighten the four screws (C in Figure 3-57). Figure 3-57     Attaching the cable support (2) REAR Note - If the dimension between the front and rear columns of the rack is less than 740 mm, secure the cable support without sliding it in all the way.

  • Page 132

    Even if you remove the cable support, leave the rails secured with the two M6 screws to the rack. 12. If the SPARC M10-4S is used, detach the hook-and-loop fastener strips on the cable support. The detached hook-and-loop fastener strips are the four (A in...

  • Page 133

    Figure 3-59     Detaching the hook-and-loop fastener strips (SPARC M10-4S) REAR Hook-and-loop fastener strip Chapter 3 Installing the System...

  • Page 134: Mounting The Pci Expansion Unit In A Rack

    Figure 3-60     Completed SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S configuration 3.4.3 Mounting the PCI expansion unit in a rack Confirm that the rack mount kit supplied with the PCI expansion unit is complete. Note - The rack mount kit contains two types of cable support: Type-1 and Type-2. To...

  • Page 135

    Figure 3-61     Rack mount kit Number Name Quantity Remarks in figure Rail Bilaterally symmetrical shape Cable support (*1) (*2) Cable support bracket (*2) Bilaterally symmetrical shape M3 screw (*2) Cable support fixing bracket (*2) Bilaterally symmetrical shape M6 screw Cage nut *1 There are two types of cable support: Type-1 and Type-2.

  • Page 136

    - Attachment locations in the front supporting columns: (From the bottom) 1U center and 2U bottom - Attachment locations in the rear supporting columns: (From the bottom) 1U center and 2U center Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 137

    Figure 3-64     Cage nut attachment locations in the supporting columns of the rack 2U center 2U bottom (2U) (2U) 1U center 1U center FRONT REAR a. Attach cage nuts from the inside of the rack. Orient the hooks of the cage nut vertically. Hook the hook at one end of a cage nut into a cage nut attachment hole of the rack.

  • Page 138

    Remove pins from the left and right rails in the same manner. d. Store the removed pins and screws (eight pins and eight screws in total) for future use when the chassis is moved.     Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 139

    Figure 3-68     Removing pins from the Type-1 rail - For the Type-2 rail Remove the pins at the front and rear of the rail. a. Remove the pins (A in Figure 3-69) at the front and rear of the left and right rails.

  • Page 140

    Attach the rail to the rack. Note - After removing its screw, hold the rail level with both hands. If the rail tilts, it may stretch. - For the Type-1 rail Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 141

    Attach the rail such that the spring-loaded side (B in Figure 3-70) faces the front and the flange (C in Figure 3-70) faces the bottom. a. From the front of the rack, insert the rail protrusions into 2U top and 1U top in the front supporting column of the rack.

  • Page 142

    Orient the notches (B in Figure 3-75) on the cable support fixing brackets (A in Figure 3-75) face down. b. From the rear of the rack, secure the rails and cable support brackets with two Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 143

    M6 screws to the rear supporting columns of the rack.   The fixing locations are 1U center and 2U center. c. After attaching the cable support bracket, confirm that the rack door can close. Note - If the door cannot close because the cable support fixing bracket or the cable support protrudes from the rear of the rack, do not attach the cable support bracket.

  • Page 144

    3-77) from the inside of the cable support.     Figure 3-77     Removing the cable support fixing brackets (1)   b. Slide the cable support fixing brackets (D in Figure 3-78) to remove them. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 145

    Figure 3-78     Removing the cable support fixing brackets (2)   c. From the rear of the rack, secure the rails and cable support fixing brackets (D) with two M6 screws to the rear supporting columns of the rack. The fixing locations are 1U center and 2U center.

  • Page 146

    Secure the rail sides by using the screws (M5) removed in step 4 (A in Figure 3-81). Figure 3-81     Securing the sides of rails with screws REAR A (M5 screws) FRONT Mount the PCI expansion unit in the rack. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 147

    Mount the chassis from the front of the rack.   Caution - The PCI expansion unit weighs 22 kg. Exercise thorough caution when mounting it in the rack. Note - Mount the PCI expansion unit in the rack with two or more people working together. Alternatively, use a lifter.

  • Page 148

    Note - A label with the serial number of the PCI expansion unit is affixed to the front cover. Be sure to attach the front cover to the corresponding chassis. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 149

    Figure 3-83     Securing the PCI expansion unit 10. Attach the cable support. For the Type-1 cable support ● a. From the inside of the cable support fixing bracket, align the two screws in the right cable support bracket with the circular holes at the front of the groove, and attach the screws (A in Figure 3-84).

  • Page 150

    Figure 3-84     Attaching the cable support brackets REAR Screw Circular hole sections Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 151

    Figure 3-85     Attaching the cable support REAR (M3 screws) For the Type-2 cable support ● a. Tilt the cable support to align the circular holes at the rear of the groove with the two screws of a cable support fixing bracket (D in Figure 3-86), and attach it.

  • Page 152

    Scale position 1st Scale position 10th Scale position 6th REAR Table 3-11     Dimensions between the front and rear columns and scale positions Dimension between front and rear columns (mm) Scale position Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 153

    Table 3-11     Dimensions between the front and rear columns and scale positions (continued) Dimension between front and rear columns (mm) Scale position 10th Note - If you have difficulty laying a thick cable into the cable support, move forward the fixing location of the cable support to make the work easier.

  • Page 154: Mounting Optional Components

    M10-1 The following table lists the optional components and references for the SPARC M10-1. For detailed procedures, see the Fujitsu M10-1/SPARC M10-1 Service Manual, and perform work accordingly. All the references in the table can be found in the Fujitsu M10-1/SPARC M10-1 Service Manual.

  • Page 155: Mounting Optional Components In The Sparc M10-4/sparc M10-4s

    For detailed procedures, see the PCI Expansion Unit for Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Service Manual, and perform work accordingly. All the references in the table can be found in the PCI Expansion Unit for Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Service Manual.

  • Page 156

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  • Page 157: Setting The Id (bb-id) Identifying A Chassis

    A BB-ID has been set for any chassis that is shipped mounted in a rack. Note - When connecting the SPARC M10-4S used as a standalone unit to a building block configuration, execute the restoredefaults command to return to the factory defaults before setting a BB-ID for it.

  • Page 158

    (BB#00) is 00.   If it is not 00, set it to 00 with a thin, pointed instrument. b. Next, set 01 for the BB-ID of the SPARC M10-4S mounted second from the bottom of the rack (BB#01).

  • Page 159: Connecting Cables (for Direct Connections Between Chassis)

    Figure 4-2     BB-ID switch of a crossbar box Connecting Cables (for Direct Connections between Chassis) This section describes how to connect the crossbar cables (electrical) connecting the crossbar units of each chassis, and how to connect the XSCF cables connecting XSCF units.

  • Page 160

    Figure 4-3     Crossbar unit port numbers XBU#0 XBU#1 Figure 4-4     Connector indication example of a crossbar cable XBU1 0L BB00 Connector position 0L,0R..2L,2R XBU number BB number XBU0...XBU1 BB00...BB03 Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 161: Connecting Xscf Cables

    4.2.2 Connecting XSCF cables There are two types of XSCF cables: DUAL cable and XSCF BB control cable. Connect XSCF cables according to the following procedure. Connect the cables such that the port indications on each chassis match the labels on the cables. Connect the XSCF DUAL control cable between the XSCF of BB#00 and the XSCF of BB#01.

  • Page 162: Connecting Cables (for Connections Through Crossbar Boxes)

    Crossbar Boxes) For connections through crossbar boxes, an expansion rack is shipped with the SPARC M10-4S and crossbar boxes mounted. The SPARC M10-4S and crossbar boxes are connected by crossbar cables (optical) and the XSCF units are connected by XSCF cables when the rack is shipped.

  • Page 163

    Figure 4-7     Removing the blank panel Figure 4-8     Mounting the crossbar unit Move the crossbar cables (optical) of XBBOX#80/#81. a. Remove the crossbar cables from L4 to L7 and from R4 to R7 of crossbar unit #1 (see Figure 4-9).

  • Page 164

    Table 4-1     Label replacement table Before change After change XB80-XBU1-L4 Pink -> XB80-XBU2-L0 Pink XB80-XBU1-L4 Black -> XB80-XBU2-L0 Black XB80-XBU1-L5 Pink -> XB80-XBU2-L1 Pink XB80-XBU1-L5 Black -> XB80-XBU2-L1 Black XB80-XBU1-L6 Pink -> XB80-XBU2-L2 Pink Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 165

    Table 4-1     Label replacement table (continued) Before change After change XB80-XBU1-L6 Black -> XB80-XBU2-L2 Black XB80-XBU1-L7 Pink -> XB80-XBU2-L3 Pink XB80-XBU1-L7 Black -> XB80-XBU2-L3 Black XB80-XBU1-R4 Light blue -> XB80-XBU2-R0 Light blue XB80-XBU1-R4 Black -> XB80-XBU2-R0 Black XB80-XBU1-R5 Light blue ->...

  • Page 166

    Figure 4-12     Moving BB#07 cables from BB#04 XBU#0 XBU#1 b. Replace the labels on the removed cables. The replacement labels are supplied with expansion rack 2. Referring to Table 4-2, replace the labels. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 167

    Table 4-2     Label replacement table Before change After change BB04-XBU0-1L Pink -> BB04-XBU0-2L Pink BB04-XBU0-1L Black -> BB04-XBU0-2L Black BB04-XBU0-1R Light blue -> BB04-XBU0-2R Light blue BB04-XBU0-1R Black -> BB04-XBU0-2R Black BB04-XBU1-1L Pink -> BB04-XBU1-2L Pink BB04-XBU1-1L Black ->...

  • Page 168: Connecting Crossbar Cables

    (A in Figure 4-14). Pass the crossbar cables connecting BB#04 to BB#07 and XBU#81 through the upper side of the connecting part (B in Figure 4-14). Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 169

    Figure 4-14     Locations for passing cables between the racks Chapter 4 Configuring Building Block Connections...

  • Page 170

    Connect the port to the corresponding port of the same color. Hold the connector of the crossbar cable (optical), and insert it straight into the opening. Do not hold the cable when inserting it. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 171

    Figure 4-16     Crossbar unit port numbers (SPARC M10-4S side) XBU#0 XBU#1 Figure 4-17     Crossbar unit port numbers (crossbar box side) L2 L3 R0 R1 R4 R5 R6 R7 L2 L3 R0 R1 R4 R5 R6 R7...

  • Page 172

    (B in Figure 4-14). Connect the XSCF BB control cables. Connect the cables such that the port indications on each chassis match the labels on the cables. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 173

    Figure 4-19     Cable laying diagram BB15 BB07 BB06 BB14 BB05 BB13 BB04 BB12 XB83 XB81 XB80 XB82 BB11 BB03 BB02 BB10 BB01 BB09 BB00 BB08 Expansion rack 2 Expansion rack 1 REAR Chapter 4 Configuring Building Block Connections...

  • Page 174

    Figure 4-21     Port location diagram of the XSCF IF unit (crossbar box side) XBB0X#80 - XBBOX#83 BB#00 - BB#15 DUAL DUAL 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Figure 4-22     Connector indication example of an XSCF cable (SPARC M10-4S side) XSCF0 BB08 BB number XSCF port number BB00...BB15...

  • Page 175

    Figure 4-23     Connector indication example of an XSCF cable (crossbar box side) XB80 XSCF8 DUAL BB80 DUAL port XSCF port number XBU number XBU number Chapter 4 Configuring Building Block Connections...

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  • Page 177: Connecting Cables To The Sparc M10-1

    For a description of each port, see "2.10 Checking External Interface Port Specifications." Connecting Cables to the SPARC M10-1 ■ Connecting Cables to the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S ■ Connecting Cables to the PCI Expansion Unit ■ Connecting Cables to a Crossbar Box ■...

  • Page 178

    PCIe card. Connect the supplied power cords to the power supply units (A in Figure 5-3). Secure the power cords with a power clamp. Figure 5-3     Power supply unit locations Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 179: Connecting Cables To The Sparc M10-4/sparc M10-4s

    M10-4/SPARC M10-4S This section describes the procedure for connecting the serial cable, network cables, and power cords to the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S. Connect the serial cable supplied with the chassis from the serial port of the XSCF unit (A in Figure 5-4) to the system management terminal.

  • Page 180

    If a PCIe card is mounted, connect a LAN cable and I/O cable to the respective ports on the PCIe card. Secure the cables to the cable support. While leaving extra length, secure the cables connected to the PCIe card to the cable support. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 181: Connecting Cables To The Pci Expansion Unit

    Connect the supplied power cords to the power supply units (A in Figure 5-6). Secure the power cords with a power clamp. Figure 5-6     Power supply unit locations Note - Do not connect to an outlet at this point. Connecting Cables to the PCI Expansion Unit This section describes the procedure for connecting the management cable, link...

  • Page 182

    Do not hold the cable when inserting it. Note - PCI cassettes are mounted upside down in the SPARC M10-4/M10-4S and the PCI expansion unit. Accordingly, the port locations of PCI cards, including the link card, are also upside down.

  • Page 183

    Figure 5-8     Connecting the link cables and management cable (PCI expansion unit side) Figure 5-9     Connecting the link cables and management cable (SPARC M10-4S side) Chapter 5 Connecting Cables to the Chassis...

  • Page 184

    Figure 5-10     Connecting the link cables and management cable (SPARC M10-1 side) If a PCIe card is mounted, connect a LAN cable and I/O cable to the respective ports on the PCIe card. Secure the cables to the cable support.

  • Page 185: Connecting Cables To A Crossbar Box

    XSCF, and XBBOX#81 is the standby XSCF. If the master is switched, XBBOX#81 becomes the master XSCF, and XBBOX#80 becomes the standby XSCF. Note - In a building block configuration with connections through crossbar boxes, no serial cable is connected to the SPARC M10-4S. Chapter 5 Connecting Cables to the Chassis...

  • Page 186: Storing Cables

    The SPARC M10-4S and crossbar box power cords are shipped connected to the PDUs of the expansion rack. If the SPARC M10-4S has been mounted on site, connect the power cords to the PDUs at this time. Confirm that the CB switches of the PDUs of the expansion rack are OFF.

  • Page 187

    Figure 5-14     Handling of power cords First, store any interface cables other than crossbar cables (electrical). Then, store the crossbar cables (electrical). a. Store the LAN cables and I/O cables connected as described in Chapter 5 in an empty space at the right side as viewed from the rear of the rack.

  • Page 188: Rack With A Width Of 600 Mm (23.6 In.)

    XBU together at the left side as viewed from the rear of the rack. Secure the crossbar cables placed together at the left side to the cable support with hook-and-loop fastener strips. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 189

    Place the crossbar cables connected to the 2L and 2R ports of each XBU together at the right side as viewed from the rear of the rack. If a cable holder is supplied with the rack used, secure the crossbar cables placed together at the right side to the cable holder of the rack.

  • Page 190

    Figure 5-17     Example of stored cables (3BB configuration) 2L/2R BB#02 1L/1R 2L/2R BB#01 0L/0R BB#00 1L/1R 1L/1R 0L/0R Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 191: Connecting The System Management Terminal To The Chassis

    This chapter describes the procedures for connecting the system management terminal, turning on the input power, and checking components. For details on the XSCF commands executed in the respective procedures, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems XSCF Reference Manual. Connecting the System Management Terminal to the Chassis ■...

  • Page 192: Turning On The Input Power

    Checking the BB-ID settings (for the SPARC M10-4S) For the SPARC M10-4S, confirm that the BB-IDs are set properly before turning on the input power. Note - If a BB-ID is not set or incorrectly set when the input power is turned on, the XSCF does not start normally.

  • Page 193: Turning On The Input Power And Starting The Xscf

    BB-ID#00 and #01 to Service mode. In a building block configuration with connections through crossbar boxes, change the mode switches of BB-ID#80 and #81 to Service mode. Figure 6-1     Mode switch on the operation panel of the SPARC M10-1 Service Locked...

  • Page 194

    Figure 6-2     Mode switch on the operation panel of the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S Locked Service Note - The operation panel of the SPARC M10-4 does not have the area enclosed by the dashed line. Figure 6-3     Mode switch on the operation panel of a crossbar box Locked...

  • Page 195

    XSCF of BB#01 or BB#81. If it has been switched, connect the system management terminal to the chassis whose MASTER LED is on. Figure 6-4     Rear of the SPARC M10-1 Chapter 6 Performing an Initial System Diagnosis...

  • Page 196: Logging In To The Xscf

    Figure 6-5     Rear of the SPARC M10-4S Figure 6-6     Rear view of a crossbar box MASTER Logging In to the XSCF This section describes the procedure for logging in to the XSCF by using the default XSCF user account.

  • Page 197: Checking The Xcp Version

    Checking the XCP Version This section describes the procedure for checking the XCP version. In a building block configuration of the M10-4S, all the chassis must have the same XCP version. Confirm the XCP versions. If any chassis has a different version, update...

  • Page 198

    Execute the version command. The command comprehensively displays the version. In a building block configuration of the M10-4S, you can check which is the master/standby. XSCF>   version -c xcp BB#00-XSCF#0   (Master) XCP0  ...

  • Page 199: Checking The Altitude Setting

    Execute the version command, and confirm that the firmware version of each chassis matches. XSCF>   version -c xcp BB#00-XSCF#0   (Master) XCP0   (Current):   2042 XCP1   (Reserve):   2042 BB#01-XSCF#0   (Standby) XCP0   (Current):   2042 XCP1   (Reserve):   2042 BB#02-XSCF#0 XCP0  ...

  • Page 200: Checking The Time Setting

    The   XSCF   will   be   reset.   Continue?   [y|n]   :y Note - If -a is specified, the command reboots the XSCF of every SPARC M10-4S and crossbar box. If you want to reset a specific SPARC M10-4S, specify -b bb_id.

  • Page 201: Performing A Diagnosis Test

    To set the time zone, execute the settimezone command. The following example sets the time zone to "Asia/Tokyo." XSCF>   settimezone -c settz -s Asia/Tokyo Asia/Tokyo Execute the showdate command to display the XSCF time. If you have set the time zone, the command displays the time in the local time (JST).

  • Page 202

        SASDeviceName   50000394281b5a44     SASAddress   50000394281b5a46     PhyNum   1   << Displayed execution results of "show-devs">> /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1 /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1/QLGC,qlc@0,3 /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1/QLGC,qlc@0,2 /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1/ethernet@0,1 /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1/ethernet@0 /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1/QLGC,qlc@0,3/fp@0,0 /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1/QLGC,qlc@0,3/fp@0,0/disk /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1/QLGC,qlc@0,2/fp@0,0 /pci@8100/pci@4/pci@0/pci@1/QLGC,qlc@0,2/fp@0,0/disk PSB   Test   Fault Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 203: Checking The Component Status

    The command displays all the FRUs mounted in the chassis and their status. However, it does not display the status of I/O-related components such as PCI cards and PCI expansion units while the system power is off. Example: SPARC M10-1 display example XSCF>   showhardconf -M SPARC   M10-1;...

  • Page 204

                                    +   Freq:3.700   GHz;   Type:0x20;     (*2)                                 +   Core:16;   Strand:2;                                      Omitted  Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 205

    Example: SPARC M10-1 display example XSCF>   showhardconf -u SPARC   M10-1;   Memory_Size:1024   GB;   +-----------------------------------+------------+ |   FRU                                                               |   Quantity       | +-----------------------------------+------------+ |  ...

  • Page 206

    When there is no problem, the command displays nothing. If a failure has occurred in any unit, an asterisk (*) and the unit status are displayed. See "A.2.3 Checking information on a component where a failure or degradation occurred." Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 207

    XSCF>   showstatus To implement the initial system settings, go to "Chapter 7 Making the Initial System Settings." Otherwise, log out of the XSCF. Chapter 6 Performing an Initial System Diagnosis...

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  • Page 209: Setting The Password Policy

    This chapter describes the initial settings that must be implemented before system startup. For details on the XSCF commands executed in the respective procedures, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems XSCF Reference Manual. Setting the Password Policy ■ Setting a User Account and Password ■...

  • Page 210

    Remember Number of passwords to be stored in the password history Execute the setpasswordpolicy command to set the password policy. The setpasswordpolicy command sets the password policy with the following options. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 211

    Table 7-2     setpasswordpolicy command options Option Password policy Mindays Maxdays Warn Inactive Expiry Retry Difok Minlen Dcredit Ucredit Lcredit Ocredit Remember The following example specifies a retry count of 3, a password length of 8 characters including at least 2 numeric characters, an expiration time of 60 days, and 15 days ahead for the start date for warnings before the password expires.

  • Page 212: Setting A User Account And Password

    XSCF audit privileges. - Can add/delete hardware in a PPAR. - Can perform power operations for a physical partition. - Can refer to all of the status of the server. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 213

    Table 7-3     User privilege (continued) User privilege Overview Description of privilege useradm Manage user - Can create, delete, enable, and disable user accounts. accounts. - Can change user passwords and password profiles. - Can change user privileges. auditop Refer to the audit Can refer to the XSCF audit status and audit status.

  • Page 214: Configuring The Telnet/ssh Service

    Execute the showssh command to display the SSH settings. The following example displays the SSH service settings. The factory default setting is "disabled". XSCF>   showssh SSH   status:   disabled   RSA   key: Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 215: Configuring The Https Service

    DSA   key:   Execute the setssh command to configure the SSH service. The following example specifies that the SSH service be enabled. XSCF>   setssh -c enable Continue?   [y|n]   : y Execute the showssh command to display the host key and fingerprint. A host key is generated when you enable the SSH service for the first time.

  • Page 216

    CA   cert:   installed   in   Apr   24   12:00:34   JST   2006 CSR: -----BEGIN   CERTIFICATE   REQUEST----- MIIBwjCCASsCAQAwgYExCzAJBgNVBAYTAmpqMQ4wDAYDVQQIEwVzdGF0ZTERMA8G A1UEBxMIbG9jYWxpdHkxFTATBgNVBAoTDG9yZ2FuaXphdGlvbjEPMA0GA1UECxMG b3JnYW5pMQ8wDQYDVQQDEwZjb21tb24xFjAUBgkqhkiG9w0BCQEWB2VlLm1haWww gZ8wDQYJKoZIhvcNAQEBBQADgY0AMIGJAoGBAJ5D57X/k42LcipTWBWzv2GrxaVM 5GEyx3bdBW8/7WZhnd3uiZ9+ANlvRAuw/YYy7I/pAD+NQJesBcBjuyj9x+IiJl9F MrI5fR8pOIywVOdbMPCar09rrU45bVeZhTyi+uQOdWLoX/Dhq0fm2BpYuh9WukT5 pTEg+2dABg8UdHmNAgMBAAGgADANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQQFAAOBgQAux1jH3dyB6Xho PgBuVIakDzIKEPipK9qQfC57YI43uRBGRubu0AHEcLVue5yTu6G5SxHTCq07tV5g 38UHSg5Kqy9QuWHWMri/hxm0kQ4gBpApjNb6F/B+ngBE3j/thGbEuvJb+0wbycvu 5jrhB/ZV9k8X/MbDOxSx/U5nF+Zuyw== -----END   CERTIFICATE   REQUEST----- Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 217: Configuring The Xscf Network

    DNS-related settings. For details on the purpose and configuration of the XSCF network, see "3.7.1 Using services through the XSCF network" to "3.7.5 Understanding the IP addresses that are set with SSCP" in the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems System Operation and Administration Guide.

  • Page 218: Setting An Xscf Host Name And Domain Name

    XSCF>   sethostname -d example.com 7.5.2 Setting an Ethernet (XSCF-LAN) IP address The XSCF-LAN is a LAN established for user access to the XSCF. Two XSCF-LAN ports can be used, depending on the network configuration. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 219

    M10-1/M10-4/1BB configuration of the M10-4S In the systems with one XSCF, set either or both of the following IP addresses: - XSCF-LAN#0 of BB#00 - XSCF-LAN#1 of BB#00 Figure 7-1     Example of XSCF-LAN settings BB#00 Master XSCF LAN#0 LAN#1 192.168.1.x (1)

  • Page 220

    In the systems with multiple XSCFs, first set each XSCF-LAN IP address on the master XSCF side, and then set the XSCF-LAN IP address on the standby XSCF. - XSCF-LAN#0 of XBBOX#80 (master XSCF) - XSCF-LAN#1 of XBBOX#80 (master XSCF) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 221

    - XSCF-LAN#0 of XBBOX#81 (standby XSCF) - XSCF-LAN#1 of XBBOX#81 (standby XSCF) Figure 7-3     Example of XSCF-LAN settings XBB0X#80 XBB0X#81 Master XSCF XSCF (Standby) LAN#0 LAN#1 LAN#0 LAN#1 192.168.1.x (1) 192.168.1.y (1) 192.168.2.b (2) 192.168.2.a (2) 192.168.2.c (3) 192.168.1.z (3) Remarks - For XSCF LAN ports with the same number, set addresses on the same subnet.

  • Page 222: Setting A Takeover Ip Address

    7.5.4 Setting an SSCP IP address For a system that consists of multiple SPARC M10-4S units and has multiple XSCFs, a network is configured between the XSCFs to enable mutual monitoring of states and exchange of system information. The interface protocol of this network is referred to as the protocol for SP to SP communication (SSCP).

  • Page 223

    SSCP link network ID 4 (See (5) in Figure 7-4.) Figure 7-4     XSCF network (SSCP) BB#02 BB#03 Slave XSCF Slave XSCF BB#00 BB#01 Master XSCF XSCF (Standby) SPARC M10-4S (without crossbar box) BB#xx BB#00 BB#01 Slave Slave Slave XSCF XSCF XSCF XBBOX#80 XBBOX#81...

  • Page 224

    SSCP IP addresses. The following example sets, in interactive mode, the SSCP addresses and net masks of the SSCP link network for the SPARC M10-4S system in the 4BB configuration, with chassis directly interconnected.

  • Page 225: Setting The Routing

    For -g address, specify the gateway address used in routing. For interface, specify the network interface to be set. You can specify it as follows depending on the system configuration: - SPARC M10-1/M10-4/M10-4S (no crossbar box): bb#00-lan#0, bb#00-lan#1, bb#01-lan#0, bb#01-lan#1 - M10-4S (with crossbar boxes): xbbox#80-lan#0, xbbox#80-lan#1, xbbox#81- lan#0, xbbox#81-lan#1 XSCF>...

  • Page 226

    XSCF by specifying its IP address on a PC connected to the XSCF-LAN, and log in again. Execute the showhostname, shownetwork, showsscp, and showroute commands again to display the network settings, and confirm the new network information. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 227: Configuring Memory Mirroring

      The memory access controller controls writing of data to memory and reading of data from memory. The SPARC M10 systems configure the mirroring by grouping memory into sets controlled by two memory access controllers. Note - The memory grouped together in a mirroring group must all have the same capacity and be the same rank.

  • Page 228: Creating A Physical Partition Configuration List (pcl)

    CPUs and memory. In other words, the physical system board (PSB) of the SPARC M10-1 is a motherboard unit, and that of the SPARC M10-4/M10-4S is a CPU memory unit (containing the <CMUL> on the bottom and the <CMUU>...

  • Page 229

    XSCF>   showpcl -p 0 PPAR-ID         LSB         PSB       Status Execute the setpcl command to create a physical partition configuration list (PCL). The following example maps system board 00-0 to logical system board 0 of physical partition 0.

  • Page 230: Assigning A System Board (psb) To A Physical Partition (ppar)

    Based on the physical partition configuration list (PCL), assign a system board (PSB) to a logical system board (LSB) of the physical partition (PPAR). For the SPARC M10-1/M10-4 system, a system board is already assigned. Execute the showboards command to check the system board (PSB) status.

  • Page 231: Setting A Cpu Operational Mode For The Physical Partition

    X processors are mixed, specify this mode. Note - For XCP firmware versions and Oracle Solaris versions that support this function, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Product Notes for the latest XCP version (XCP 2210 or later) for your server.

  • Page 232

    CPU   Mode                               :compatible PPAR   DR(Current)               :off PPAR   DR(Next)                     :off Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 233

    7.10 Synchronizing the Physical Partition (PPAR) Time and XSCF Time This section describes the procedure for clearing the difference between the system time and physical partition (PPAR) time. The XSCF keeps the time difference from the physical partition. With each change by setdate command to the system time, the difference is updated with the difference between the physical partition time and the changed system time.

  • Page 234: Registering A Cpu Activation Key

    A single CPU Activation key cannot be entered and used with multiple SPARC ■ M10 systems at the same time. Once entered on a SPARC M10 system, a CPU Activation key can be deleted from ■ that system and re-entered on another SPARC M10 system. Also, a CPU...

  • Page 235

    7.11.3 Registering a CPU Activation key CPU Activation keys are provided on the CD-ROM labeled "<model name> CPU Activation" supplied for system deployment. Have the CD-ROM on hand before registering a CPU Activation key.   The CPU Activation keys are contained in text files in the "ACTIVATION_KEY" folder on the CD-ROM.

  • Page 236: Assigning Cpu Core Resources

    Specify a PPAR-ID for -p ppar_id. For permits, specify the number of CPU Activations to assign to the PPAR. XSCF>   setcod -p ppar_id   -s cpu permits The following example assigns four CPU cores to physical partition 0. XSCF>   setcod -p 0 -s cpu 4 Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 237: Starting And Stopping A Physical Partition (ppar)

    Execute the showcod command, and confirm the number of assigned CPU Activations. The following example assigns four CPU cores to physical partition 0. XSCF>   showcod -v -s cpu PROC   Permits   installed   :   4   cores PROC   Permits   assigned   for   PPAR   0:   4   [Permanent   4cores] PROC  ...

  • Page 238

    The   result   of   the   instruction   can   be   checked   by   the   "showpparprogress". Note - In the SPARC M10-1, a physical partition takes about 5 minutes to start. In the SPARC M10-4, it takes about 7 minutes. In the SPARC M10-4S in the 4BB configuration, it takes about 25 minutes.

  • Page 239

    The   sequence   of   power   control   is   completed. XSCF> Oracle Solaris is preinstalled on the SPARC M10 system. According to the purpose, either use the preinstalled Oracle Solaris as is or reinstall it. To reinstall Oracle Solaris, install the latest Oracle VM Server for SPARC. For the latest information on the supported Oracle Solaris versions and SRU, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Product Notes.

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  • Page 241: Confirming The System Configuration

    Figure 8-1 Figure 8-2 show the installation patterns of building block configurations. The necessary tasks vary depending on the installation pattern. Check which pattern applies to your case. For details on system configurations, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Quick Guide.

  • Page 242

    1 rack 2 rack 1 rack 2 In the above figures, "BB" indicates the SPARC M10-4S and "XBBOX" indicates a crossbar box. The patterns in the figures correspond to Table 8-1. Note - The crossbar box (XBBOX), when shipped, is mounted in a dedicated rack (expansion rack) together with dedicated power distribution units (PDUs) and crossbar cables.

  • Page 243: Points Of Concern During Installation

    Points of concern during installation Before installing the SPARC M10-4S/crossbar box, check the following items, which are points of concern. Before installing the SPARC M10-4S, save the system setting information with the ■ dumpconfig command. In case of resetting the configuration to the original setting, you can restore the saved setting information to XSCF by using the restoreconfig command.

  • Page 244

    M10-4S to a crossbar box mounted in an expansion rack. The existing SPARC M10-4S must be released from the system before installation of the expansion rack. Multiple SPARC M10-4S units cannot be released at the same time. Do this work on one unit at a time.

  • Page 245

    *1 For XCP firmware versions and Oracle Solaris versions that support a system in which the SPARC64 X+ processor is mounted, see the following: "1.6 System Configuration and Software Conditions for Configuring Physical Partitions" in the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Domain Configuration Guide and the Fujitsu M10/ SPARC M10 Systems Product Notes for the latest XCP version.

  • Page 246

    PSB to the PPAR. Confirming the Removal Pattern of a Building Block Configuration This section describes the removal patterns of the SPARC M10-4S and crossbar boxes and the points of concern during removal. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 247: Confirming The Removal Pattern

    The necessary tasks vary depending on the removal pattern. Check which pattern applies to your case. For details on system configurations, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Quick Guide. Remarks - For removal patterns not described here, contact a sales representative.

  • Page 248: Points Of Concern During Removal

    Before removing the SPARC M10-4S, check the following items, which are points of concern. If you stop a PPAR and remove the SPARC M10-4S belonging to the PPAR, logical ■ domain configuration information is switched to factory-default the next time that the PPAR is powered on.

  • Page 249

    BB-ID of the SPARC M10-4S to be removed, stop that physical partition before removing the unit. If the removed SPARC M10-4S unit will not be used in the system, it will not be possible to use the corresponding physical partition. So reconfigure the physical partition with a different physical partition number.

  • Page 250

    "1.7.3 How to save/restore the logical domain configuration information and the OpenBoot PROM environment variable" in the PCI Expansion Unit for Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Service Manual. Table 8-4 shows the relationship between the physical partition configuration, setting value of the CPU operational mode, CPU operation, CPU configuration after removal, and CPU operation after removal.

  • Page 251

    Table 8-4     Relationship between the physical partition configuration, setting value of the CPU operational mode, CPU operation, CPU configuration after removal, and CPU operation after removal (continued) Physical partition Setting value of the CPU CPU operation Physical partition CPU operation after configuration operational mode...

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  • Page 253: Preparing The Necessary Tools And Delivered Components For Installation

    Delivered Components for Installation This section describes the preparation for installing the SPARC M10-4S. 9.1.1 Preparing the necessary tools The tools used to install the SPARC M10-4S are the same as those for initial installation. See "3.1 Preparing the Necessary Tools/Information for Installation."...

  • Page 254

    3BB to 4BB XSCF BB control cable The configuration when two or more SPARC M10-4S units are added has a corresponding combination of the components shown above. *1 Use electrical cables for the connections in direct connections between chassis.

  • Page 255: Installing The Server While The Target Physical Partition (ppar) Is Operating

    If the IP address is a default value and the default value should also be used for the IP address of the SPARC M10-4S to be installed, go to the next step. To set a user value, use the setsscp command to set an IP address, use the applynetwork command to apply the SSCP IP address of the target SPARC M10-4S, and confirm that it was reflected.

  • Page 256

    2)   Please   select[f:finish]   : b. Mount the target SPARC M10-4S in the rack. Mount the target SPARC M10-4S in the rack when the above message, "1) After the added device is connected with the system, please turn on the...

  • Page 257

    "3.4.2 Mounting the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S in a rack." Remarks - When installing the M10-4S in an existing expansion rack, you need to remove the protection bracket and blank panel of the mounting space (A in Figure 9-1). Note that there are cases where no protection bracket is attached, depending on the installation.

  • Page 258

    For details, see "5.2 Connecting Cables to the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S." h. Connect the power cords of the target SPARC M10-4S to the input power supply. i. Enter [f] from the command execution screen of the master XSCF. 2)   Please   select[f:finish]   : f  ...

  • Page 259

      4     /BB#3                               Unmount ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Select   [1,2|c:cancel]   : c Diagnose the installed SPARC M10-4S. a. Execute the testsb command to perform a diagnosis test. Specify the PSB number of the diagnosis target PSB in XX-Y. XX is a BB-ID, and Y is fixed at 0.

  • Page 260

    Mirroring." If you do not use memory mirror mode, this step is not necessary. Register the system board of the installed SPARC M10-4S in the physical partition configuration list. a. Execute the showpcl command to check the physical partition configuration list.

  • Page 261

    Execute the setpcl command to register the system board of the installed SPARC M10-4S in the physical partition configuration list for the incorporation destination. The following example associates physical system board (PSB) 01-0 with logical system board (LSB) 01 of physical partition 0.

  • Page 262

    10. Incorporate the system board of the installed SPARC M10-4S into the physical partition. Note - Suppose you install the installed SPARC M10-4S together with a PCI expansion unit connected to it and set the enabling/disabling setting of the direct I/O function of the PCI expansion unit.

  • Page 263

    the system board (PSB) status. In the following example, system board 01-0 is in the system board pool. XSCF>   showboards -p 0 PSB     PPAR-ID(LSB)   Assignment     Pwr     Conn   Conf   Test         Fault ----  ...

  • Page 264

    3BB configuration after stopping the target physical partition (PPAR). Stop applications in guest domains as required. For details on the XSCF commands executed in each step, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems XSCF Reference Manual. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 265

    If the IP address is a default value and the default value should also be used for the IP address of the SPARC M10-4S to be installed, go to the next step. To set a user value, use the setsscp command to set an IP address, use the applynetwork command to apply the SSCP IP address of the target SPARC M10-4S, and confirm that it was reflected.

  • Page 266

    "3.4.2 Mounting the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S in a rack." Remarks - When installing the M10-4S in an existing expansion rack, you need to remove the protection bracket and blank panel of the mounting space (A in Figure 9-2). Note that there...

  • Page 267

    M6 screws. The protection bracket is secured with four M6 screws. Figure 9-2     Protection bracket c. Set the ID of the target SPARC M10-4S. For details, see "4.1 Setting the ID (BB-ID) Identifying a Chassis."...

  • Page 268

    For details, see "5.2 Connecting Cables to the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S." h. Connect the power cords of the target SPARC M10-4S to the input power supply. i. Enter [f] from the command execution screen of the master XSCF. 2)   Please   select[f:finish]   : f  ...

  • Page 269

      4     /BB#3                               Unmount ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Select   [1,2|c:cancel]   : c Diagnose the installed SPARC M10-4S. a. Execute the testsb command to perform a diagnosis test on the installed SPARC M10-4S.

  • Page 270

    "7.5.6 Applying network settings." Since you are expanding the 2BB configuration to the 3BB configuration, this work is not necessary. To configure memory mirroring for the installed SPARC M10-4S, set memory mirror mode. For details, see "7.6 Configuring Memory Mirroring."...

  • Page 271

    If you do not use memory mirror mode, this work is not necessary. Register the system board of the installed SPARC M10-4S in the physical partition configuration list. a. Execute the showpcl command to check the physical partition configuration list.

  • Page 272

                    active           -n--v-     5000         32         32G             3.1%     47m 12. Incorporate the system board of the installed SPARC M10-4S into the physical partition. Note - Suppose you install the installed SPARC M10-4S together with a PCI expansion unit Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 273

    connected to it and set the enabling/disabling setting of the direct I/O function of the PCI expansion unit. In this case, execute the setpciboxdio command to set the enabling/disabling setting before installing it on the physical partition by executing the addboard command. When you have changed the setting of the direct I/O function, do not restart the logical domains until you execute the ldm add-spconfig command to save the logical domain configuration in XSCF.

  • Page 274: Installing The Server After Turning Off The Input Power To The Entire System

    For details on the XSCF commands executed in each step, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems XSCF Reference Manual. Note - Suppose you install the SPARC M10-4S together with a PCI expansion unit connected to it and set the enabling/disabling setting of the direct I/O function of the PCI expansion unit.

  • Page 275

    "3.4.2 Mounting the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S in a rack." Remarks - When installing the M10-4S in an existing expansion rack, you need to remove the protection bracket and blank panel of the mounting space (A in Figure 9-3). Note that there are cases where no protection bracket is attached, depending on the installation.

  • Page 276

    For details, see "4.2 Connecting Cables (for Direct Connections between Chassis)." 10. Connect LAN cables to the target SPARC M10-4S. For details, see "5.2 Connecting Cables to the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S." Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 277

    Confirm the XCP versions. If any chassis has a different version, update it so that all the versions are the same. The following example shows a building block configuration of the M10-4S. Here, BB#02 has a different XCP version, so it must be updated to match the version.

  • Page 278

    Then, execute the rebootxscf command to complete settings, and go to the next step. For details on the procedure, see "7.5.6 Applying network settings." 19. To configure memory mirroring for the installed SPARC M10-4S, set memory mirror mode. For details, see "7.6 Configuring Memory Mirroring."...

  • Page 279: Adding Expansion Rack 1 (installation For Expansion To Up To The 8bb Configuration)

    02-0   00(02)               Assigned         y         y         y         Passed     Normal   26. Reconfigure the logical domains. Assign the resources of the installed SPARC M10-4S to an existing logical domain or a newly configured logical domain. For details, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Domain Configuration Guide.

  • Page 280

    To move the SPARC M10-4S to an expansion rack, stop the entire system and then perform the work. Note the following points on this work. All the system setting information will be cleared and reset to the factory defaults.

  • Page 281

    03-0   SP                       Available       n         n         n         Passed     Normal Execute the initbb command from the master XSCF to release the target SPARC M10-4S from the system and initialize it. In bb_id, specify the ID (BB-ID) identifying the chassis.

  • Page 282: Installing Expansion Rack 1

    9.3.3 Installing the SPARC M10-4S in expansion rack 1 In the expansion rack 1 installed in 9.3.2, mount the SPARC M10-4S that was changed to 1BB configurations in 9.3.1. Then, perform installation work. Mount the SPARC M10-4S in the rack.

  • Page 283: Installing Expansion Rack 2

    If the IP address is a default value and the default value should also be used for the IP address of the SPARC M10-4S to be installed, go to the next step. To set a user value, use the setsscp command to set an IP address, use the applynetwork command to apply the SSCP IP address of the target SPARC M10-4S, and confirm that it was reflected.

  • Page 284

    "3.7.15 Reflecting the XSCF network settings" in the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems System Operation and Administration Guide. Execute the poweroff command to stop the system. XSCF>   poweroff -y  -a Remove the power cords of all the chassis from the input power.

  • Page 285: Adding Expansion Racks 1 And 2

    Remove the SPARC M10-4S from the existing multiple-BB configuration (direct connections between chassis), change it to 1BB configurations, and release their connections. To move the SPARC M10-4S to an expansion rack, stop the entire system and then perform the work. Note the following points on this work.

  • Page 286

    In the following example, 0 is returned as the end status, so the execution of the deleteboard command has completed correctly.   XSCF>   showresult Execute the showboards command to check the system board (PSB) status. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 287

    11. If the removal changes the configuration to the 1BB configuration, remove the XSCF DUAL control cable. 12. Remove the target SPARC M10-4S from the rack. Remove the SPARC M10-4S from the rack by reversing the mounting procedure. Chapter 9 Installing a System with a Building Block Configuration...

  • Page 288: Performing The Work Of Installing The Expansion Racks

    9.5.3 Installing the SPARC M10-4S in the expansion racks In the expansion racks installed in 9.5.2, mount the SPARC M10-4S that was changed to 1BB configurations in 9.5.1. Then, perform installation work. Mount the SPARC M10-4S in the rack. For details, see "3.4.2 Mounting the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S in a...

  • Page 289

    "Chapter 7 Making the Initial System Settings." Reconfigure the logical domains. Assign the resources of the installed SPARC M10-4S to an existing logical domain or a newly configured logical domain. For details, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Domain Configuration Guide.

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  • Page 291: Preparing The Necessary Tools For Removal

    (PPAR) is operating, or removal by stopping only the physical partition that includes the SPARC M10-4S to be removed. To change all SPARC M10-4Ss to a 1BB configuration as shown in pattern B (2) in Figure 8-3, stop all the physical partitions and then perform removal.

  • Page 292: Removing The Server While The Target Physical Partition (ppar Is Operating

    M10/SPARC M10 Systems Product Notes and Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.2 Administration Guide. For details on the XSCF commands executed in each step, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems XSCF Reference Manual. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Figure 10-1     Configuration example of 2BB BB#0 BB#1 guest0 guest1 vdisk, vdisk, vdisk, vdisk, core core vnet vnet vnet vnet root-dom0 root-dom1 core core I/Os I/Os primary core I/Os I/Os Mirroring SYSVOL SYSVOL PPAR#0 Log in to the master XSCF. Execute the showbbstatus command to confirm that the XSCF to which you have logged in is the master XSCF.

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            524           100           (1048,   1049) (Omitted) VCPU         PID           %FREE       PM   Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    This example shows the procedure to release the I/O device of the SPARC M10-4S to be removed that is used in the control domain so that the building block BB-ID#01 can be released. If other redundant software is in use, see the document of each redundant software for details on the procedure to release the configuration.

  • Page 296

    /BB1/CMUL/NET0                                                         PCIE       PCIE8         primary     OCC Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    /BB1/CMUL/SASHBA                                                     PCIE       PCIE8         primary     OCC /BB1/CMUL/NET2  ...

  • Page 298

    Execute the ldm list-io command to check the logical domain where the root complexes of BB#01 are assigned. In the next example, only root-dom1 owns the PCIe end point that starts with Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    /BB1/PCI10                                                                 PCIE       PCIE15       root-dom1OCC b. Stop and release the root domain where the root complexes of SPARC M10-4S to be released are assigned. In the next example, we can confirm that the ldm stop-domain command and the ldm unbind-domain command are executed, the root domain (root- dom1) is released, and the root domain becomes inactive state.

  • Page 300

    M10-4S to be removed. Execute the showboards command to check the system board status. Confirm that the system board of the SPARC M10-4S to be removed is in the Assigned state and "y" is displayed for all of the [Pwr], [Conn], and [Conf] columns.

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    (PSB) deletion. 10. Execute the initbb command from the master XSCF to release the target SPARC M10-4S from the system and initialize it. In bb_id, specify the ID (BB-ID) identifying the chassis.

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    (PPAR). Stop applications in guest domains as required. For details on the XSCF commands executed in each step, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems XSCF Reference Manual. Log in to the master XSCF.

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    01-0   SP                       Available       n         n         n         Passed     Normal Execute the initbb command from the master XSCF to release the target SPARC M10-4S from the system and initialize it. In bb_id, specify the ID (BB-ID) identifying the chassis.

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    8-3, stop all the physical partitions and then perform removal.   For details on the XSCF commands executed in each step, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems XSCF Reference Manual. Log in to the master XSCF. Execute the showbbstatus command to confirm that the XSCF to which you have logged in is the master XSCF.

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    XSCF>   showbbstatus BB#00   (Master) Execute the showhardconf command, and confirm the chassis serial number of the system board (PSB) targeted for release. For details, see "A.2.1 Checking the component status." Note - If the serial number of the target chassis is being used as the system serial number, the initbb command cannot release the chassis.

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    11. You are performing removal to the 1BB configuration. So, remove the XSCF DUAL control cable. 12. Remove the target SPARC M10-4S from the rack. Remove the SPARC M10-4S from the rack by reversing the mounting procedure. For the procedure for mounting in the rack, see "3.4.2 Mounting the SPARC M10-4/SPARC M10-4S in a rack."...

  • Page 307: Removal Of Expansion Rack 2, And Decrease In The Number Of Sparc M10-4s Units To Four Or Less

    8-3. You need to stop the system during this work.   For details on the XSCF commands executed in each step, see the Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems XSCF Reference Manual. Log in to the master XSCF. Execute the showbbstatus command to confirm that the XSCF to which you have logged in is the master XSCF.

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    11-0   SP                       Available       n         n         n         Passed     Normal   Execute the initbb command from the master XSCF to release the SPARC M10-4S to be removed from the system and initialize it. In bb_id, specify the ID (BB-ID) identifying the chassis.

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    Execute step 7 on each chassis of the SPARC M10-4S to be removed. Confirm that the LED of the SPARC M10-4S to be removed is off, and then disconnect all the power codes of the chassis from the input power.

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  • Page 311: A.1   Understanding The Usual Problems And Their Corrective Actions

    Appendix A Troubleshooting This appendix describes the corrective actions for problems that may occur during installation work on the SPARC M10 systems. Understanding the Usual Problems and Their Corrective Actions ■ Understanding Commands for Troubleshooting ■ How to Restore a BB-ID from an Incorrect Setting ■...

  • Page 312: A.2   Understanding Commands For Troubleshooting

    A.2.1 Checking the component status Use the showhardconf command to check the status of each field replaceable unit (FRU). The displayed information is as follows: Current configuration and status ■ Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    ■ command, or initbb command is in operation. Normal: Normal status ■ Example: SPARC M10-1 display example XSCF>   showhardconf -M SPARC   M10-1;         +   Serial:20xxxxxxxx;   Operator_Panel_Switch:Service;         +   System_Power:Off;   System_Phase:Cabinet   Power   Off;...

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            FANU#3   Status:Normal;         FANU#4   Status:Normal;         FANU#5   Status:Normal;         FANU#6   Status:Normal; Example: SPARC M10-4 display example Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    XSCF>   showhardconf -M SPARC   M10-4;     +   Serial:20xxxxxxxx;   Operator_Panel_Switch:Locked;         +   System_Power:Off;   System_Phase:Cabinet   Power   Off;         BB#00   Status:Normal;   Role:Master;   Ver:2209h;   Serial:2014020904;                 +   FRU-Part-Number:CA07361-D203   B0       /9999999                             ;...

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                    +   FRU-Part-Number:CA07361-D203   B0       /9999999                             ; Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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                    +   Power_Supply_System:   ;                 +   Memory_Size:512   GB;                 CMUL   Status:Normal;   Ver:0301h;   Serial:PP140601D9     ;  ...

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                    +   FRU-Part-Number:CA07361-D203   B0       /9999999                             ;                 +   Power_Supply_System:   ;                 +   Memory_Size:512   GB; Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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                    CMUL   Status:Normal;   Ver:0301h;   Serial:PP140601D9     ;                         +   FRU-Part-Number:CA07361-D251   A4       /9999999                             ;  ...

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                    PSUBP   Status:Normal;   Ver:0101h;   Serial:PP123002ZS   ;                         +   FRU-Part-Number:CA07361-D202   A1   ; Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Example: SPARC M10-1 display example XSCF>   showhardconf -u SPARC   M10-1;   Memory_Size:1024   GB;   +-----------------------------------+------------+ |   FRU                                                               |   Quantity       | +-----------------------------------+------------+ |  ...

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    |                   PSU                                               |         2               | Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Example: SPARC M10-4S display example XSCF>   showhardconf -u SPARC   M10-4S;   Memory_Size:2048   GB; +-----------------------------------+------------+ |   FRU                                                               |   Quantity       | +-----------------------------------+------------+ |  ...

  • Page 324: A.2.2   Checking The Contents Of Logs

    Event log ■ monitor: Monitoring message log ■ On individual chassis of the SPARC M10 systems, specify the type of log to display from the collected logs. env: Temperature history ■ On individual physical partitions (PPARs), specify the type of log to display from the collected logs.

  • Page 325: A.2.3   Checking Information On A Component Where A Failure Or Degradation Occurred

            Msg:   Cable   connection   test   failure   Date:   Nov   08   11:01:38   JST   2012         Code:   10000008-007cff0000ff0000ff-019204310000000000000000         Status:   Information                         Occurred:   Nov   08   11:01:32.839   JST   2012  ...

  • Page 326: A.2.4   Checking Diagnosis Results

    PSB: PSB number ■ Test: Initial diagnosis status of the PSB ■ Unmount: The PSB cannot be recognized because it is not mounted or has failed. Unknown: The PSB has not been diagnosed. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Degraded: The PSB can operate but has a degraded component. Faulted: The PSB is not operating because a failure occurred or cannot be controlled because of a communication failure. Example: SPARC M10-4 diagnosis example (normal end), including execution of show-devs and probe-scsi-all XSCF>   testsb -v -p -s -a -y ...

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      SASDeviceName   50000394281b5a44   SASAddress   50000394281b5a46   PhyNum   1 Target   c   Unit   0   Encl   Serv   device   FUJITSU   NBBEXP   0d32   SASAddress   500000e0e04902fd   PhyNum   14   /pci-performance-counters@8100 :...

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    SPARC M10-4S chassis. A crossbar unit is mounted in a SPARC M10-4S chassis or crossbar box and connected by crossbar cables. To execute the diagxbu command, you need to specify the SPARC M10-4S chassis where the diagnosis begins, and also the SPARC M10-4S chassis connected as the communication destination.

  • Page 330: A.3   How To Restore A Bb-id From An Incorrect Setting

    BB-IDs not set (BB-ID 00) If all BB-IDs have been left as 00 without being set when the input power is turned on, restore them according to the following procedure.   Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 331

    Figure A-2     BB-IDs left as 00 without being set BB#00 BB#00 BB#00 BB#00 Connect the system management terminal to the chassis serial port. Log in to the XSCF by using the default user account and authentication method. For details, see "6.3 Logging In to the XSCF."...

  • Page 332: A.3.2   Mistaken Setting Of A Bb-id Other Than Bb#00 Or Bb#01

    Mistaken setting of a BB-ID other than BB#00 or BB#01 If the setting of a BB-ID other than BB#00 or BB#01 is incorrect when the input power is turned on, restore it according to the following procedure. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 333: A.3.3   Mistaken Settings For Bb#00 And Bb#01

    Figure A-3     Mistaken setting of a BB-ID other than BB#00 or BB#01 BB#02 BB#02 BB#01 BB#00 Remove the power cords of all chassis from the power supply units. Change the BB-ID to the correct setting. For details, see "4.1 Setting the ID (BB-ID) Identifying a Chassis."...

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        1.   Have   the   ability   to   power   cycle   the   system.       2.   Have   access   to   the   serial   console   and   hold   the   serial   Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    console   of   the             XSCF   to   confirm   the   completion   of   the   command.     If   you   answer   "yes"   this   command   will   HALT   the   XSCF   when   it   completes.

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  • Page 337: B.1   2bb Configuration (direct Connections Between Chassis)

    Appendix B Cable Connection Information on Building Block Configurations This appendix provides cable connection routing diagrams and cable configuration lists for each building block configuration. 2BB Configuration (Direct Connections between Chassis) ■ 3BB Configuration (Direct Connections between Chassis) ■ 4BB Configuration (Direct Connections between Chassis) ■...

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    BB01-XBU1-0R (black) BB00-XBU0-0L (pink) BB01-XBU0-0L (pink) BB00-XBU0-0L (black) BB01-XBU0-0L (black) BB00-XBU0-0R (light blue) BB01-XBU0-0R (light blue) BB00-XBU0-0R (black) BB01-XBU0-0R (black) Figure B-2     XSCF cable connection diagram BB#00 DUAL BB#01 DUAL Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-2     XSCF cable correspondence table Connected chassis Connector 1 Connector 2 BB#00 - BB#01 BB00-DUAL BB01-DUAL BB00-XSCF0 BB01-XSCF0 Appendix B Cable Connection Information on Building Block Configurations...

  • Page 340: B.2   3bb Configuration (direct Connections Between Chassis)

    BB00-XBU1-0L (pink) BB01-XBU1-0L (pink) BB#00 - BB#01 BB00-XBU1-0L (black) BB01-XBU1-0L (black) BB00-XBU1-0R (light blue) BB01-XBU1-0R (light blue) BB00-XBU1-0R (black) BB01-XBU1-0R (black) BB00-XBU1-1L (pink) BB02-XBU1-1L (pink) BB#00 - BB#02 BB00-XBU1-1L (black) BB02-XBU1-1L (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-3     Crossbar cable correspondence table (continued) Connection Connector 1 Connector 2 Remarks order BB00-XBU1-1R (light blue) BB02-XBU1-1R (light blue) BB00-XBU1-1R (black) BB02-XBU1-1R (black) BB01-XBU1-2L (pink) BB02-XBU1-2L (pink) BB#01 - BB#02 BB01-XBU1-2L (black) BB02-XBU1-2L (black) BB01-XBU1-2R (light blue) BB02-XBU1-2R (light blue) BB01-XBU1-2R (black) BB02-XBU1-2R (black) BB00-XBU0-0L (pink)

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    Table B-4     XSCF cable correspondence table (continued) Connected chassis Connector 1 Connector 2 BB#01 - BB#02 BB01-XSCF1 BB02-XSCF1 Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

  • Page 343: B.3   4bb Configuration (direct Connections Between Chassis)

    4BB Configuration (Direct Connections between Chassis) The numbers enclosed in parentheses in Figure B-5 indicate the connection order. For details, see Table B-5. Figure B-5     Crossbar cable connection diagram BB#03 XBU#0 XBU#1 BB#02 XBU#0 XBU#1 (10) (12) (11) BB#01 XBU#0 XBU#1...

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    BB02-XBU0-0L (pink) BB03-XBU0-0L (pink) BB#02 - BB#03 BB02-XBU0-0L (black) BB03-XBU0-0L (black) BB02-XBU0-0R (light blue) BB03-XBU0-0R (light blue) BB02-XBU0-0R (black) BB03-XBU0-0R (black) BB00-XBU0-1L (pink) BB02-XBU0-1L (pink) BB#00 - BB#02 BB00-XBU0-1L (black) BB02-XBU0-1L (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-5     Crossbar cable correspondence table (continued) Connection Connector 1 Connector 2 Remarks order BB00-XBU0-1R (light blue) BB02-XBU0-1R (light blue) BB00-XBU0-1R (black) BB02-XBU0-1R (black) BB01-XBU0-1L (pink) BB03-XBU0-1L (pink) BB#01 - BB#03 BB01-XBU0-1L (black) BB03-XBU0-1L (black) BB01-XBU0-1R (light blue) BB03-XBU0-1R (light blue) BB01-XBU0-1R (black) BB03-XBU0-1R (black) BB00-XBU0-2L (pink)

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    XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XB#81 XB#80 XB#81 XB#80 XB#81 XB#81 XB#80 XB#80 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#1 XBU#0 XBU#1 XBU#0 XBU#1 XBU#0 XBU#1 Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-7     Crossbar cable correspondence table (0 system) Connected chassis SPARC M10-4S side Crossbar box side BB#00 - XBBOX#80 BB00-XBU0-0L (pink) XB80-XBU0-L0 (pink) BB00-XBU0-0L (black) XB80-XBU0-L0 (black) BB00-XBU0-0R (light blue) XB80-XBU0-R0 (light blue) BB00-XBU0-0R (black) XB80-XBU0-R0 (black) BB00-XBU0-1L (pink)

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    BB07-XBU0-0L (black) XB80-XBU0-L7 (black) BB07-XBU0-0R (light blue) XB80-XBU0-R7 (light blue) BB07-XBU0-0R (black) XB80-XBU0-R7 (black) BB07-XBU0-1L (pink) XB80-XBU1-L7 (pink) BB07-XBU0-1L (black) XB80-XBU1-L7 (black) BB07-XBU0-1R (light blue) XB80-XBU1-R7 (light blue) BB07-XBU0-1R (black) XB80-XBU1-R7 (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-8     Crossbar cable correspondence table (1 system) Connected chassis SPARC M10-4S side Crossbar box side BB#00 - XBBOX#81 BB00-XBU1-0L (pink) XB81-XBU0-L0 (pink) BB00-XBU1-0L (black) XB81-XBU0-L0 (black) BB00-XBU1-0R (light blue) XB81-XBU0-R0 (light blue) BB00-XBU1-0R (black) XB81-XBU0-R0 (black) BB00-XBU1-1L (pink)

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    BB07-XBU1-0L (black) XB81-XBU0-L7 (black) BB07-XBU1-0R (light blue) XB81-XBU0-R7 (light blue) BB07-XBU1-0R (black) XB81-XBU0-R7 (black) BB07-XBU1-1L (pink) XB81-XBU1-L7 (pink) BB07-XBU1-1L (black) XB81-XBU1-L7 (black) BB07-XBU1-1R (light blue) XB81-XBU1-R7 (light blue) BB07-XBU1-1R (black) XB81-XBU1-R7 (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Figure B-8     XSCF cable connection diagram BB#04 BB#06 BB#07 BB#05 XBBOX#80 XBBOX#81 BB#02 BB#03 BB#00 BB#01 XSCF cable correspondence table Connected chassis Connector 1 Connector 2 XBBOX#80 - XBBOX#81 XB80-DUAL XB81-DUAL BB#00 - XBBOX#80 BB00-XSCF0 XB80-XSCF0 BB#01 - XBBOX#80 BB01-XSCF0 XB80-XSCF1 BB#02 - XBBOX#80...

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    XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1 XB#80 XB#81 XB#81 XB#80 XB#81 XB#81 XB#80 XB#80 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#0 XBU#1 XBU#0 XBU#1 XBU#0 XBU#1 XBU#0 XBU#1 Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-13 Table B-14. Table B-9     Crossbar cable correspondence table (0 system of the expansion rack 1) Connected chassis SPARC M10-4S side Crossbar box side BB#00 - XBBOX#80 BB00-XBU0-0L (pink) XB80-XBU0-L0 (pink) BB00-XBU0-0L (black)

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    BB07-XBU0-0L (black) XB80-XBU0-L7 (black) BB07-XBU0-0R (light blue) XB80-XBU0-R7 (light blue) BB07-XBU0-0R (black) XB80-XBU0-R7 (black) BB07-XBU0-2L (pink) XB80-XBU2-L3 (pink) BB07-XBU0-2L (black) XB80-XBU2-L3 (black) BB07-XBU0-2R (light blue) XB80-XBU2-R3 (light blue) BB07-XBU0-2R (black) XB80-XBU2-R3 (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-10     Crossbar cable correspondence table (1 system of expansion rack 1) Connected chassis SPARC M10-4S side Crossbar box side BB#00 - XBBOX#81 BB00-XBU1-0L (pink) XB81-XBU0-L0 (pink) BB00-XBU1-0L (black) XB81-XBU0-L0 (black) BB00-XBU1-0R (light blue) XB81-XBU0-R0 (light blue) BB00-XBU1-0R (black)

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    BB07-XBU1-0L (black) XB81-XBU0-L7 (black) BB07-XBU1-0R (light blue) XB81-XBU0-R7 (light blue) BB07-XBU1-0R (black) XB81-XBU0-R7 (black) BB07-XBU1-2L (pink) XB81-XBU2-L3 (pink) BB07-XBU1-2L (black) XB81-XBU2-L3 (black) BB07-XBU1-2R (light blue) XB81-XBU2-R3 (light blue) BB07-XBU1-2R (black) XB81-XBU2-R3 (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Figure B-10     Crossbar cable correspondence diagram (expansion rack 2 side) BB#12 BB#13 BB#14 BB#15 XB#82 XB#83 XB#83 XB#83 XB#82 XB#82 XB#82 XB#83 XBU#2 XBU#2 XBU#2 XBU#2 XBU#2 XBU#2 XBU#2 XBU#2 XB#83 XB#82 XB#83 XB#82 XB#83 XB#82 XB#82 XB#83 XBU#1 XBU#1 XBU#1...

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    BB12-XBU0-2L (black) XB82-XBU2-L4 (black) BB12-XBU0-2R (light blue) XB82-XBU2-R4 (light blue) BB12-XBU0-2R (black) XB82-XBU2-R4 (black) BB#13 - XBBOX#82 BB13-XBU0-0L (pink) XB82-XBU0-L5 (pink) BB13-XBU0-0L (black) XB82-XBU0-L5 (black) BB13-XBU0-0R (light blue) XB82-XBU0-R5 (light blue) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-11     Crossbar cable correspondence table (0 system of the expansion rack 2) (continued) Connected chassis SPARC M10-4S side Crossbar box side BB13-XBU0-0R (black) XB82-XBU0-R5 (black) BB13-XBU0-1L (pink) XB82-XBU1-L5 (pink) BB13-XBU0-1L (black) XB82-XBU1-L5 (black) BB13-XBU0-1R (light blue) XB82-XBU1-R5 (light blue)

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    XB83-XBU2-R4 (black) BB#13 - XBBOX#83 BB13-XBU1-0L (pink) XB83-XBU0-L5 (pink) BB13-XBU1-0L (pink) XB83-XBU0-L5 (black) BB13-XBU1-0R (light blue) XB83-XBU0-R5 (light blue) BB13-XBU1-0R (black) XB83-XBU0-R5 (black) BB13-XBU1-1L (pink) XB83-XBU1-L5 (pink) BB13-XBU1-1L (black) XB83-XBU1-L5 (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-12     Crossbar cable correspondence table (2 system of expansion rack 1) (continued) Connected chassis SPARC M10-4S side Crossbar box side BB13-XBU1-1R (light blue) XB83-XBU1-R5 (light blue) BB13-XBU1-1R (black) XB83-XBU1-R5 (black) BB13-XBU1-2L (pink) XB83-XBU2-L5 (pink) BB13-XBU1-2L (black) XB83-XBU2-L5 (black)

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    BB#03 - XBBOX#83 BB03-XBU1-2L (pink) XB83-XBU2-L3 (pink) BB03-XBU1-2L (black) XB83-XBU2-L3 (black) BB03-XBU1-2R (light blue) XB83-XBU2-R3 (light blue) BB03-XBU1-2R (black) XB83-XBU2-R3 (black) BB#04 - XBBOX#82 BB04-XBU0-1L (pink) XB82-XBU1-L0 (pink) BB04-XBU0-1L (black) XB82-XBU1-L0 (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-13     Crossbar cable correspondence table (cables between the racks) (continued) Connected chassis SPARC M10-4S side Crossbar box side BB04-XBU0-1R (light blue) XB82-XBU1-R0 (light blue) BB04-XBU0-1R (black) XB82-XBU1-R0 (black) BB#04 - XBBOX#83 BB04-XBU1-1L (pink) XB83-XBU1-L0 (pink) BB04-XBU1-1L (black)

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    XB81-XBU1-R5 (black) BB09-XBU1-2L (pink) XB81-XBU2-L5 (pink) BB09-XBU1-2L (black) XB81-XBU2-L5 (black) BB09-XBU1-2R (light blue) XB81-XBU2-R5 (light blue) BB09-XBU1-2R (black) XB81-XBU2-R5 (black) BB#10 - XBBOX#80 BB10-XBU0-1L (pink) XB80-XBU1-L6 (pink) BB10-XBU0-1L (black) XB80-XBU1-L6 (black) Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-14     Crossbar cable correspondence table (cables between the racks) (continued) Connected chassis SPARC M10-4S side Crossbar box side BB10-XBU0-1R (light blue) XB80-XBU1-R6 (light blue) BB10-XBU0-1R (black) XB80-XBU1-R6 (black) BB10-XBU0-2L (pink) XB80-XBU2-L6 (pink) BB10-XBU0-2L (black) XB80-XBU2-L6 (black) BB10-XBU0-2R (light blue)

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    XB80-XSCF13 BB#14 - XBBOX#80 BB14-XSCF0 XB80-XSCF14 BB#15 - XBBOX#80 BB15-XSCF0 XB80-XSCF15 BB#00 - XBBOX#81 BB00-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF0 BB#01 - XBBOX#81 BB01-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF1 BB#02 - XBBOX#81 BB02-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF2 BB#03 - XBBOX#81 BB03-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF3 Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table B-15     XSCF cable correspondence table (continue d) Connected chassis Connector 1 Connector 2 BB#04 - XBBOX#81 BB04-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF4 BB#05 - XBBOX#81 BB05-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF5 BB#06 - XBBOX#81 BB06-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF6 BB#07 - XBBOX#81 BB07-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF7 BB#08 - XBBOX#81 BB08-XSCF1 XB81-XSCF8 BB#09 - XBBOX#81 BB09-XSCF1...

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    Appendix C Setup Command Workflow This appendix describes the workflow of the XSCF commands executed in installation of the SPARC M10 systems. For details, see the linked sections listed in Table C-1. Table C-1     XSCF setup command examples...

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    "7.3.2 Configuring the SSH service" showhttps Displays the HTTPS service status "7.4 Configuring the HTTPS Service" sethttps -c enable Starts the HTTPS service Optional "7.4 Configuring the HTTPS Service" Configuring the XSCF network Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    -m Sets a takeover IP address "7.5.3 Setting a takeover IP 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.12 Example: The takeover IP address (M10-4S) address" 192.168.1.12 and the net mask 255.255.255.0 are set for XSCF-LAN#0. showsscp -a Displays the SSCP link setting values "7.5.4 Setting an SSCP IP...

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    CPU Activation key. setcod -p 0 -s cpu 4 Assigns CPU core resources to a "7.12 Assigning CPU Core physical partition Resources" Example: Four CPU cores are assigned to physical partition 0. Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 Systems Installation Guide ・ July 2015...

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    Table C-1     XSCF setup command examples (continued) XSCF command example Description Mandatory? Linked section showcod -v -s cpu Checks the number of assigned CPU "7.12 Assigning CPU Core Activations Resources" Starting and stopping a physical partition setpparparam -p 0 -s Changes the setting of auto-boot?, "7.13 Starting and Stopping a bootscript "setenv...

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