Setting up your 0588, 0595, 5088, 5094, 5095 or 5294

ERserver
iSeries
Setting Up Your
0588, 0595, 5088, 5094, 5095 or 5294
Expansion Unit
Version 5 Release 3
SA41-5017-02
ERserver
iSeries
Setting Up Your
0588, 0595, 5088, 5094, 5095 or 5294
Expansion Unit
Version 5 Release 3
SA41-5017-02
Note
Before using this information and the product it supports, be sure to read the information in
“Safety and Environmental Notices” on page v and “Notices” on page 51.
Third Edition (May 2004)
This edition replaces SA41–5017–01.
© Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 2002, 2004. All rights reserved.
US Government Users Restricted Rights – Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract
with IBM Corp.
Contents
Safety and Environmental Notices . . . v
Data Integrity and Verification . .
Danger Notices . . . . . . .
Caution Notices . . . . . . .
Laser Safety Information . . .
Product Recycling and Disposal .
Battery Return Program . . .
Environmental Design . . . .
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About Setting Up Your 0588, 0595, 5088,
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Who should read this book . . . .
Prerequisite and related information .
How to send your comments . . .
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Chapter 1. Prepare to set up your
expansion unit . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Hardware requirements . . . . .
Identify HSL and SPCN cables . .
Plan your cable layout . . . . .
Examples of HSL loops . . . .
Redundant links . . . . . .
System unit cable options . . .
Expansion unit cable options . .
Configuration rules . . . . . .
Maximum HSL loops . . . .
HSL loop addressing . . . .
Power down your iSeries system unit
Installing the 7002 cable . . . .
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Chapter 2. Set up your expansion unit
Connect your unit with HSL cables .
Examples of HSL Connections . . .
Connect your unit with SPCN cables .
Examples SPCN Connections . . .
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Chapter 3. Complete your installation
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Chapter 5. Install 0595 expansion unit
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Appendix A. Remove or open the back
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270, 800, 810, 820, and 5075 back
825 back cover . . . . . .
830, 5074, 5094, 5095 back cover
840, 5079 and 5294 back cover .
870 and 890 back cover . . .
Accessing units in a rack . . .
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Appendix B. Connector locations . . . 37
270, 800, and 810 HSL connector locations
820 HSL connector locations . . . . .
825 HSL connector locations . . . . .
830 HSL connector locations . . . . .
840 HSL connector locations . . . . .
870 and 890 HSL connector locations . .
5079 connector locations . . . . . .
5074 connector locations . . . . . .
5075 connector locations . . . . . .
5078 or 0578 connector locations . . .
5088 or 0588 connector locations . . .
5094 connector locations . . . . . .
5095 or 0595 connector locations . . .
5294 connector locations . . . . . .
8079 connector locations . . . . . .
8093 connector locations . . . . . .
8094 connector locations . . . . . .
9094 connector locations . . . . . .
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Trademarks . . . . .
Electronic Emission Notices
Federal Communications
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Chapter 4. Verify your new
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Safety and Environmental Notices
Data Integrity and Verification
IBM® computer systems contain mechanisms designed to reduce the possibility of undetected data
corruption or loss. This risk, however, cannot be eliminated. Users who experience unplanned
outages, system failures, power fluctuations or outages, or component failures must verify the
accuracy of operations performed and data saved or transmitted by the system at or near the time of
the outage or failure. In addition, users must establish procedures to ensure that there is independent
data verification before relying on such data in sensitive or critical operations. Users should
periodically check the IBM support websites for updated information and fixes applicable to the
system and related software.
Danger Notices
A danger notice calls attention to a situation that is potentially lethal or extremely hazardous to people.
DANGER
An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage on metal parts of the
system or the products that attach to the system. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that
the outlet is correctly wired and grounded to prevent an electrical shock. (RSFTD201)
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock when installing the system, ensure that the power cords for
all devices are unplugged before installing signal cables. (RSFTD202)
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock when adding or removing any devices to or from the system,
ensure that the power cords for those devices are unplugged before the signal cables are connected
or disconnected. If possible, disconnect all power cords from the existing system before you add or
remove a device. (RSFTD203)
DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock during an electrical storm, do not connect or disconnect
cables or station protectors for communications lines, display stations, printers, or telephones.
(RSFTD003)
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DANGER
To prevent a possible electrical shock from touching two surfaces with different electrical grounds,
use one hand, when possible, to connect or disconnect signal cables. (RSFTD004)
Caution Notices
A caution notice calls attention to a situation that is potentially hazardous to people because of some
existing condition.
CAUTION:
Telecommunications Statement: This unit contains over-voltage circuits between the ac power outlet
and the unit. These circuits meet the standard limits described in International Electrical Commission
(IEC) 664, installation category II. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that the power outlet
meets the standards of IEC 664, installation category II. (RSFTC214)
Laser Compliance
All Lasers are certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR Subchapter J for class
1 laser products. Outside the U.S., they are certified to be in compliance with the IEC 825 (first edition
1984) and as a class 1 laser product. Consult the label on each part for laser certification numbers and
approval information.
Laser Safety Information
CAUTION:
This product may contain a CD-ROM which is a class 1 laser product. (RSFTC240)
CAUTION:
All IBM laser modules are designed so that there is never any human access to laser radiation above a
class 1 level during normal operation, user maintenance, or prescribed service conditions. Data
processing environments can contain equipment transmitting on system links with laser modules that
operate at greater than class 1 power levels. For this reason, never look into the end of an optical fiber
cable or open receptacle. Only trained service personnel should perform the inspection or repair of
optical fiber cable assemblies and receptacles. (RSFTC243)
Product Recycling and Disposal
Components of the system, such as structural parts and circuit cards, can be recycled where recycling
facilities exist. IBM does not currently collect and recycle used IBM products from customers in the
United States other than those products that are involved in trade-in programs. Companies are available
to disassemble, reutilize, recycle, or dispose of electronic products. Contact an IBM account representative
for more information.
The system unit contains batteries and circuit boards with lead solder. Before you dispose of this unit,
these batteries and circuit boards must be removed and discarded according to local regulations or
recycled where facilities exist. This book contains specific information on each battery type where
applicable.
Battery Return Program
In the United States, IBM has established a collection process for reuse, recycling, or proper disposal of
used IBM batteries and battery packs. For information on proper disposal of the batteries in this unit,
please contact IBM at 1-800-426-4333. Please have the IBM part number that is listed on the battery
available when you make your call. For information on battery disposal outside the United States, contact
your local waste disposal facility.
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Environmental Design
The environmental efforts that have gone into the design of the system signify IBM’s commitment to
improve the quality of its products and processes. Some of these accomplishments include the elimination
of the use of Class I ozone-depleting chemicals in the manufacturing process, reductions in
manufacturing wastes, and increased product energy efficiency. For more information, contact an IBM
account representative.
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About Setting Up Your 0588, 0595, 5088, 5094, 5095 or 5294
Expansion Unit (SA41–5017)
This book contains installation about setting up your expansion unit. You may elect to set up your new
expansion unit yourself. It will take approximately one to three hours to install the hardware
You also may elect not to install the expansion unit yourself. You may contact IBM or an authorized
dealer to make arrangements for them to install it for a fee.
Who should read this book
You should be familiar with the system, display, and keyboards. You should also know how to power
down the system and perform a system initial program load. You should also know how to power down
system peripherals such as printers, monitors, and PCs.
Prerequisite and related information
Use the iSeries Information Center as your starting point for looking up technical information.
You can access the Information Center two ways:
v From the following Web site:
http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/infocenter
v From the iSeries Information Center, SK3T-4091-04 CD-ROM. This CD-ROM ships with your new iSeries
hardware or IBM Operating System/400 software upgrade order. You can also order the CD-ROM from
the IBM Publications Center:
http://www.ibm.com/shop/publications/order
The iSeries Information Center contains new and updated iSeries information such as software and
hardware installation, Linux, WebSphere®, Java™, high availability, database, logical partitions, CL
commands, and system application programming interfaces (APIs). In addition, it provides advisors and
finders to assist in planning, troubleshooting, and configuring your iSeries hardware and software.
With every new hardware order, you receive the iSeries Setup and Operations CD-ROM, SK3T-4098-02. This
CD-ROM contains IBM Eserver IBM e(logo)server iSeries Access for Windows and the EZ-Setup wizard.
iSeries Access Family offers a powerful set of client and server capabilities for connecting PCs to iSeries™
servers. The EZ-Setup wizard automates many of the iSeries setup tasks.
How to send your comments
Your feedback is important in helping to provide the most accurate and high-quality information. If you
have any comments about this book or any other iSeries documentation, fill out the readers’ comment
form at the back of this book.
v If you prefer to send comments by mail, use the readers’ comment form with the address that is
printed on the back. If you are mailing a readers’ comment form from a country or region other than
the United States, you can give the form to the local IBM branch office or IBM representative for
postage-paid mailing.
v If you prefer to send comments by FAX, use either of the following numbers:
– United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico: 1-800-937-3430
– Other countries or regions: 1-507-253-5192
v If you prefer to send comments electronically, use one of these e-mail addresses:
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– Comments on books:
RCHCLERK@us.ibm.com
– Comments on the iSeries Information Center:
RCHINFOC@us.ibm.com
Be sure to include the following:
v The name of the book or iSeries Information Center topic.
v The publication number of a book.
v The page number or topic of a book to which your comment applies.
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Chapter 1. Prepare to set up your expansion unit
Are you installing 0595 in a rack?
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No: Continue with these instructions.
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Yes: Go to Chapter 5, “Install 0595 expansion unit in a rack,” on page 23. Then return here and
continue with the set up.
This chapter explains what you need to do before you set up your expansion unit. This includes the
following tasks:
1. Unpack your expansion unit (refer to the instructions for unpacking that came with your expansion
unit).
2. Plan layouts for your cables.
3. Power down your system unit. All sytem units in a cluster must be powered down.
Before you begin the installation process, carefully plan where you will install your new expansion unit.
You should consider several factors that include size, security, and environmental factors. Before you set
up your new expansion unit, refer to the iSeries Information Center Web site
http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/infocenter
and select Planning
Hardware requirements
If you are installing your new expansion unit directly to your system unit, you should remember these
rules:
v You need to have an available or unused high speed link (HSL) connector.
v You need to have an unused or available system power control network (SPCN) connector.
Identify HSL and SPCN cables
Use the following tables to identify your High Speed link (HSL) and System Power Control Network
(SPCN) cables. Your system uses HSL cables to communicate with your expansion unit. Your system uses
SPCN cables to control power to your expansion unit.
Depending on your requirements, you might not have every HSL or SPCN cable listed below.
Table 1. HSL Cables
Feature Number
CCIN Number
Cable Type
Length
Part Number
1460 (copper)
0343
HSL
3 Meters
44L0005
1461 (copper)
0361
HSL
6 Meters
97H7490
1462 (copper)
0368
HSL
15 Meters
97H7491
1470 (fiber optic)
1470
Optical
6 Meters
21P5014
1471 (fiber optic)
1471
Optical
30 Meters
21P5015
1472 (fiber optic)
1472
Optical
100 Meters
21P5016
1473 (fiber optic)
1473
Optical
250 Meters
21P6326
1474 (copper)
1474
HSL to HSL-2
6 Meters
21P5477
1475 (copper)
1475
HSL to HSL-2
10 Meters
21P5458
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Table 1. HSL Cables (continued)
Feature Number
CCIN Number
Cable Type
Length
Part Number
1482 (copper)
1482
HSL-2
3.5 Meters
53P2676
1483 (copper)
1483
HSL-2
10 Meters
21P5456
1485 (copper)
1485
HSL-2
15 Meters
21P5457
Table 2. SPCN Cables
Feature Number
CCIN number
Length
Part Number
1463
9206
2 Meters
87G6235
1464
9219
6 Meters
21F9469
1465
9213
15 Meters
21F9358
1466
9214
30 Meters
21F9359
0369 (fiber optic)
0369
100 Meters
21F9415
1468 (fiber optic)
1468
250 Meters
21P6325
Plan your cable layout
When you decide where to place your cables, follow your site plan and keep the following things in
mind:
v Refer to
http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/infocenter
and select Hardware installation and use—>Cabling your server
v You can also refer to “System unit cable options” on page 5, “Expansion unit cable options” on page 5
and “Maximum HSL loops” on page 6.
v Avoid creating a safety hazard.
v Avoid damaging the cables.
v Avoid placing cables parallel to high-voltage lines.
Examples of HSL loops
The following diagrams show different examples of HSL loops:
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Redundant links
A redundant link is a secondary HSL connection that your system uses if the primary link experiences a
failure. Create a redundant link configuration by connecting a redundant HSL cable link between the
expansion units and the system unit.
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Your new expansion unit may have disk units. To ensure continued access to your disk units in the event
of a link failure, a redundant link should be planned for your cable layout.
Refer to Figure 1 to see how to plan your cables with a redundant link configuration with one expansion
unit. If you are linking two expansion units, refer to Figure 2. If you are setting up stacked expansion
units, refer to Figure 3 on page 5.
Figure 1. Planning for redundant link one expansion unit
Figure 2. Planning for redundant link with two expansion units
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Figure 3. Planning for redundant link with stacked expansion units (5079)
System unit cable options
Use the following table to identify the HSL cables for the system units identified:
Table 3. System unit cable options
Cable feature number
270
800 or 810 820
1460 (copper)
x
x
1461 (copper)
x
x
1462 (copper)
825
830
840
x
x
x
x
x
x
x¹
x
x
870, 890
1470 (fiber optic)
x
x
x
x
1471 (fiber optic)
x
x
x
x
1472 (fiber optic)
x
x
x
x
1473 (fiber optic)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1474 (copper)
x
x
1475 (copper)
1482 (copper)
x
x
1483 (copper)
x
x
1485 (copper)
x
x
¹A0 connector only.
Expansion unit cable options
Use the following table to identify the HSL cables for the expansion units identified:
Table 4. Expansion unit cable options
Cable feature number
5074
5075
5078,
0578
5079,
8079
IXA
card
1460 (copper)
x
x
x
x
x
1461 (copper)
x
x
x
x
x
5088,
0588
5094,
0694,
9094
5095,
0595
5294,
8093,
8094
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Table 4. Expansion unit cable options (continued)
5079,
8079
IXA
card
x
5088,
0588
5094,
0694,
9094
5095,
0595
5294,
8093,
8094
Cable feature number
5074
5075
5078,
0578
1462 (copper)
x
x
x
x
1470 (fiber optic)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1471 (fiber optic)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1472 (fiber optic)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1473 (fiber optic)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1474 (copper)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1475 (copper)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1482 (copper)
x
x
x
x
1483 (copper)
x
x
x
x
1485 (copper)
x
x
x
x
Configuration rules
When you set up your expansion unit, observe these rules.
Maximum HSL loops
Use the following tables to identify the maximum loops allowed.
Table 5. Maximum system loops
HSL loop maximums
270
800
810
820
825
830
840
870
890
I/O units
1
1
4
5
18
13
23
47
47
Fiber optic loops
0
0
0
0
2
1
2
6
12
1
1
1
1
3
4
8
8
14
2
3
7
8
18
16
32
60
60
I/O units and IXA cards
3
4
8
9
27
21
39
60
60
HSL Opticonnect loops
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
8
14
HSL migration unit
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
HSL loop maximums
270
800
810
820
825
830
840
870
890
I/O units
1
1
4
5
6
6
6
6
6
IXA cards
2
3
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
I/O units and IXA cards
3
4
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
HSL loops
IXA cards in xSeries
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Table 6. Maximum HSL loops
Table 7. Maximum HSL Opticonnect loop with two systems
HSL Opticonnect loop with
two systems
270
800
810
820
825
830
840
870
890
I/O units and IXA cards
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
All systems participating in a three system loop must be at V5R2. Models 830, 840, 870 and 890 support
three system HSL OptiConnect Loops.
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Table 8. Maximum HSL Opticonnect loop with three systems
HSL Opticonnect loop with
three systems
270
800
810
820
825
830
840
870
890
I/O units and IXA cards
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
840
HSL loop addressing
Table 9. HSL loop addressing
Addressing
270
800 or
810
820
825
830
HSL loops
A
A
A
A
A, B, C, A,B,
D
C,D,
E,F,
G,H
M41
M40
M30
M39
Fiber Optic HSL loops N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
D
D
E
M40 A,B
M30 C,D
M39 A,B
M40 A,B,C,D
M30 AB,C,D
M39 A,B,C,D
HSL Opticonnect
loops
A
A
A
B
C or D
B
C or D
E or F
G or H
M41
M40
M30
M39
M41
M40
M30
M39
A
870
890
C,D
A,B
C,D
A,B
C,D
A,B
C,D
A,B
M41
M40
M30
M39
C,D
A,B,C,D
A,B,C,D
A,B,C,D
A, B
A,B,C,D
A,B,C,D
A,B,C,D
Power down your iSeries system unit
You need to power down your system unit before you can connect your new expansion unit to it. All
system units in a cluster must be powered down. Follow the steps below to power down your system
unit.
__ 1. Ensure that you have a current backup of your operating system and licensed programs. If you
have backed up the operating system and licensed programs since the last time you applied
program temporary fixes (PTFs), that backup is acceptable.
__ 2. If you have installed logical partitions on your system unit, refer to Logical partitions in the iSeries
Information Center. In the iSeries Information Center you can find instructions on powering down a
system with logical partitions.
__ 3. If an IXA is present on the system, shut it down using the OS/400® options.
__ 4. Ensure that all jobs are complete.
__ 5. When all jobs are complete, type pwrdwnsys *immed on a command line and press the Enter key.
Note: If you encounter difficulties during the installation, contact your authorized dealer or service
provider.
__ 6. After your system unit has completely powered down, power off all PCs and devices, such as
printers and display stations, that are connected to the system unit.
__ 7. Unplug any power cords, such as for printers, expansion units, and display stations, that are
connected to the system unit.
__ 8. Unplug all the power cords for the system unit from the electrical outlet.
__ 9. Did you receive a 7002 internal flex cable with your expansion unit?
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No: Go to Chapter 2, “Set up your expansion unit,” on page 13.
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Yes: Go to “Installing the 7002 cable” on page 8.
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Installing the 7002 cable
If your system unit came with the 7002 internal flex cable, you need to install it before you can set up
your unit. To install the 7002 cable follow these steps:
__ 1. Remove the right side cover (view from back):
__ a. Loosen the screws.
__ b. Slide the cover from front to back until it stops.
__ c. Pull the cover out.
Figure 4. Remove system unit side cover
Your system unit contains a battery that only trained personnel can replace.
CAUTION:
The battery is a lithium battery. Only trained service personnel may replace this battery using the
instructions in the Problem Analysis, Repair, and Parts service manual. To avoid possible explosion,
do not burn or charge the battery. Exchange only with the IBM-approved part. Discard the battery as
instructed by local regulations. (RSFTC241)
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__ 2. Attach the disposable wrist strap to prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging a device.
Figure 5 shows an example of where to attach the adhesive part of the foil on the wrist strap to an
unpainted surface.
Figure 5. Attach wrist strap
__ 3.
__ 4.
__ 5.
__ 6.
__ 7.
Remove the plate covering the HSL cable ports at E (Figure 6 on page 10).
Place gasket D over connectors C.
Install connector C in HSL cable port at E.
Install retaining screws into connector B.
Plug connector B into backplane at A.
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Figure 6. Installing the 7002 internal flex cable
__ 8. Remove the wrist strap.
__ 9. Figure 7 on page 11 shows how to install the system unit side cover by aligning the tabs on the
top and bottom edge. Press forward to make sure that all tabs enter the slots. Slide the cover
toward the front of the system unit until it stops and install the screws.
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Figure 7. Install system unit side cover
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Chapter 2. Set up your expansion unit
This instruction describes how to set up your expansion unit.
__ 1. If you have not powered down your system unit, go to “Power down your iSeries system unit” on
page 7. Once you have powered down your system unit, return here.
__ 2. Remove or open the back cover, if you have one.
See Appendix A, “Remove or open the back covers,” on page 31 if you need help removing or
opening the covers on your expansion units or system unit.
__ 3. Find the connector locations.
See Appendix B, “Connector locations,” on page 37 if you need help finding the connectors on
your expansion units or system unit.
__ 4. If your system unit has a migration unit, go to the iSeries Information Center and refer to Installation,
upgrades and migration before you proceed.
__ 5. Review the “Examples of HSL Connections” on page 14 and “Examples SPCN Connections” on
page 16 and then continue with “Connect your unit with HSL cables” or “Connect your unit with
SPCN cables” on page 15.
Connect your unit with HSL cables
If you encounter difficulties during the procedure, contact your authorized dealer or service provider.
__ 1. Locate available HSL connectors on your unit. See Appendix B, “Connector locations,” on page 37.
__ 2. If you have just one set of HSL connectors on your system unit, they are labeled A0 and A1.
If you have more than one set of HSL connectors on your system unit, the first set is labeled A0
and A1. The remaining HSL connectors are labeled alphabetically. For example, if you have a
model 830, there are four sets of HSL connectors on your system. They are labeled A0 and A1; B0
and B1; C0 and C1; D0 and D1.
Refer to “HSL loop addressing” on page 7.
__ 3. Write down which set of HSL connectors are available here: _____ , _____.
__ 4. Label and connect the cables to your unit.
Unused HSL connectors may be covered with metal clips. Remove the clips before you install the
HSL cables.
__ a. Find the HSL cables and power cable that was shipped with your expansion unit.
__ b. Attach a label to each end of the HSL cables.
__ c. Label one HSL cable 0 at both ends.
__ d. Label the other HSL cable 1 at both ends.
__ e. To connect one expansion unit, do the following:
__ 1) Connect the HSL cable that is labeled 0 to the HSL connector that is labeled 0 on your
expansion unit.
__ 2) Connect the HSL cable that is labeled 1 to the HSL connector that is labeled 1 on your
expansion unit.
__ f. To connect more than one expansion unit:
__ 1) Label the next HSL cable 0 at one end and 1 at the other end.
__ 2) Connect the HSL cable that is labeled 0 to the HSL connector that is labeled 0 on your
expansion unit.
__ 3) Connect the HSL cable that is labeled 1 to the HSL connector that is labeled 1 on your
expansion unit.
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__ 4) Repeat the above steps until all expansion units are connected.
__ 5. Connect the cables to the available HSL connectors on your system unit. See step 3 on page 13.
Connect the cable that is labeled 0 to the HSL connector that is labeled 0 and the cable that is
labeled 1 to the HSL connector that is labeled 1.
__ 6. Continue with “Connect your unit with SPCN cables” on page 15.
Examples of HSL Connections
The following diagrams are examples that show HSL connections:
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Connect your unit with SPCN cables
If you encounter difficulties during the procedure, contact your authorized dealer or service provider.
__ 1. Locate available connectors on your unit. See Appendix B, “Connector locations,” on page 37.
__ 2. Label and connect the cables to your unit.
__ a. Find the SPCN cable and power cable that was shipped with your expansion unit.
__ b. Connect the cable to connector J15 on your system unit.
__ c. Connect the other end of the cable to connector J15 on your first expansion unit.
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__ d. Connect another cable to connector J16 on your first expansion unit.
__ e. Connect the other end of the cable to connector J15 on your next expansion unit.
__ f. Repeat the above steps until all expansion units are connected.
__ g. Connect the power cable. Do not plug into the wall outlet.
__ 3. Close or replace the back cover if you have one.
__ 4. If you are installing a new server with this expansion unit, return to the Cabling instructions.
__ 5. Continue with Chapter 3, “Complete your installation,” on page 19.
Examples SPCN Connections
The following diagrams are examples that show SPCN connections:
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Chapter 3. Complete your installation
Perform the following steps to complete your installation:
__ 1. Make sure that you have reinstalled all of the covers on the following system components:
__ a. System unit.
__ b. All system expansion units.
DANGER
An electrical outlet that is not correctly wired could place hazardous voltage on metal parts of the
system or the products that attach to the system. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that
the outlet is correctly wired and grounded to prevent an electrical shock. (RSFTD201)
Note: The fans may start, and system reference codes will appear when you plug the power cord for
your system unit. These actions are normal. They do not indicate that your system unit is
performing an initial program load (IPL).
__ 2. Plug the power cords for the following system components into electrical outlets:
__ a. Your system unit.
__ b. All expansion units attached to the system.
__ c. The system unit console.
__ d. The system printer.
__ 3. Turn power on to each of the following system components by using the associated power-on
button:
__ a. The system printer (if present).
__ 4.
__ 5.
__ 6.
__ 7.
__ b. The system control console.
Look at the Function/Data display on the control panel. See Appendix C, “System unit control
panel,” on page 49 if you need information about your control panel.
If your system unit is an Model 270, 800, or 810, go to step 7.
If your system unit is an Model 820, 825, 830, 840, 870 or 890, go to step 8 on page 20.
Does 01 B M V=S appear in the Function/Data display?
__
Yes: Go to step 9 on page 20.
__
No: Do the following:
__ a. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until 02 appears in the Function/Data
display.
__ b. Press the Enter push button on the control panel.
__ c. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until B appears in the Function/Data
display.
__ d. Press the Enter push button on the control panel.
__ e. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until M appears in the Function/Data
display.
__ f. Press the Enter push button on the control panel.
__ g. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until S appears in the Function/Data
display.
__ h. Press the Enter push button on the control panel.
__ i. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until 01 appears in the Function/Data
display.
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__ j. Press the Enter push button on the control panel.
01 B M S should appear in the Function/Data display. If it does not, repeat steps 7a
on page 19 through 7j.
__ k. Go to step 9.
__ 8. Does 01 B V=S appear in the Function/Data display?
Note: If you are using Operations Console remote control panel, it may be necessary to click
Enter to verify IPL speed.
Yes
No
↓
Do the following:
__ a. Press the Mode Select button until the Manual indicator (a small hand) lights up.
__ b. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until 02 appears in the Function/Data
display.
__ c. Press the Enter push button on the control panel.
__ d. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until B appears in the Function/Data
display.
__ e. Press the Enter push button on the control panel.
__ f. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until S appears in the Function/Data
display
__ g. Press the Mode Select button until the Normal indicator (OK) lights up.
__ h. Press the Increment/Decrement push button until 01 appears in the Function/Data
display.
__ i. Press the Enter push button on the control panel.
01 B S should appear in the Function/Data display. If it does not, repeat steps 8a
through 8h.
__ j. Go to step 9.
__ 9. Power on your system unit by pushing the white power-on button.
Note: The time needed to do a complete IPL varies depending on the model and configuration.
__ 10. Sign on your system unit. Ensure that you have service tools authority.
__ 11. Go to Chapter 4, “Verify your new configuration,” on page 21.
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Chapter 4. Verify your new configuration
Verify your new configuration by performing the following:
__ 1. Type strsst on the command line. Press Enter.
__ 2. Type your service tools userid and service tools password on the System Service Tools (SST)
Sign On display.
Press Enter.
__ 3. Select Start a service tool on the System Service Tools (SST) display.
Press Enter.
__ 4. Select Hardware service manager on the Start a Service Tool display.
Press Enter.
__ 5. Select Packaging hardware resources (system, frames, cards...) on the Hardware Service Manager
display.
Press Enter.
Your new expansion unit appears on the list. Record the Frame ID and Resource name
here:___________ , ___________. If your expansion unit does not appear, you need to verify your
installation by performing these steps:
__ a. Make sure that you powered on your expansion unit.
__ b. Make sure that you installed the cables correctly.
__ 6. You need to update vital product data (VPD) for your new expansion unit:
__ a. Press F3 to return to the Hardware Service Manager display.
__ b. At the Hardware Service Manager display, select System power control network (SPCN).
__ c. Press the Enter key twice.
Notes:
1. If you installed a 5294, you need to find the Frame ID and Serial Number for both 5294–002
and 5294–001.
2. You can also find the Frame ID by looking at the display on the expansion unit. For example,
if the Frame ID for your 5294–002 (the upper unit) is 4, a *04 will appear on the display.
__ d. Enter a 3 (Write VPD) for your expansion unit. Press Enter.
Example: If the Frame ID for your expansion unit is 2, enter option 3, as is shown in the example
below. Use the Frame ID with a 0 in the Unit field.
System Power Control Network
Battery capacity test . . . . . . . : Enabled
Type options, press Enter.
3=Write VPD
5=Display detail
7=Test battery interface
Opt
3
Frame
01
01
03
03
02
02
Unit
0
1
0
1
0
1
Type
....
....
....
....
6=Display trace log
Serial
Number
00-00000
00-00000
00-00000
00-00000
00-00000
00-00000
Fault
No
No
No
No
No
No
__ e. At the Write Vital Product Data (VPD) display enter the following information:
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__ 1) At the Type field enter 0588. 0595, 5088, 5094 or 5095.
__ 2) At the Model field, enter 001. Except if you have a 5294, enter 001 for 5294–001 (the
lower unit) or 002 for the 5294–002 (the upper unit).
__ 3) Enter the serial number at the Serial Number field (located on the frame of the
expansion unit).
__ f. Press the Enter Key.
The message: Vital product data has been successfully written appears.
__ 7. Press F3 to return to the Hardware Service Manager display.
__ 8. From the Hardware Service Manager display press F6 (print the configuration) to print the
configuration list.
__ 9. For future reference, place the configuration list in this book.
__ 10. To return to the Main menu, press F3 (Exit) two times and press the Enter key.
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Return to Chapter 1, “Prepare to set up your expansion unit,” on page 1 and continue with the
instructions.
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Appendix A. Remove or open the back covers
Locate your unit:
v “270, 800, 810, 820, and 5075 back cover”
v “825 back cover”
v “830, 5074, 5094, 5095 back cover” on page 32
v “840, 5079 and 5294 back cover” on page 33
v “870 and 890 back cover” on page 34
270, 800, 810, 820, and 5075 back cover
Remove the back cover for the system unit by gripping the upper corners of the cover and pulling it up
and toward you.
Note: The 270 and 820 back covers do not look the same. However, the procedure to open them is the
same.
Figure 8. Removing the 5075 and 270 back cover
825 back cover
Remove the back cover for the system unit by gripping the upper corners of the cover and pulling it up
and toward you.
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Figure 9. Removing the 825 back cover
830, 5074, 5094, 5095 back cover
1. Use the latch shown at A to open the back cover on your expansion unit.
2. If needed, use the latch shown at B to remove the back cover.
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Figure 10. Removing the 830, 5074 and 5094 back cover
840, 5079 and 5294 back cover
Open the back cover on your 840 or 5079 by pressing the latch at A.
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Figure 11. Opening the 840, 5079 or 5294
870 and 890 back cover
1. Use the latch shown at A to open the back cover on your expansion unit.
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Figure 12. Opening the 870 or 890 back cover
Appendix A. Remove or open the back covers
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Accessing units in a rack
1. Move to the back of the rack, press latch A, and open the back door of the rack.
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Appendix B. Connector locations
Locate your unit and connector locations:
v “270, 800, and 810 HSL connector locations” on page 38
v “820 HSL connector locations” on page 38
v “825 HSL connector locations” on page 39
v “830 HSL connector locations” on page 40
v “840 HSL connector locations” on page 41
v “870 and 890 HSL connector locations” on page 42
v “5079 connector locations” on page 43
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
“5074
“5075
“5078
“5088
“5094
“5095
“5294
“8079
connector locations” on page 44
connector locations” on page 44
or 0578 connector locations” on page 45
or 0588 connector locations” on page 45
connector locations” on page 46
or 0595 connector locations” on page 46
connector locations” on page 47
connector locations” on page 47
v “8093 connector locations” on page 47
v “8094 connector locations” on page 47
v “9094 connector locations” on page 48
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270, 800, and 810 HSL connector locations
Figure 13. 270, 800, and 810 HSL connector locations
820 HSL connector locations
Figure 14. 820 HSL connector locations
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825 HSL connector locations
Figure 15. 825 HSL connector locations
Appendix B. Connector locations
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830 HSL connector locations
Figure 16. 830 HSL connector locations
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840 HSL connector locations
Figure 17. 840 HSL connector locations
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870 and 890 HSL connector locations
Figure 18. 890 HSL connector locations
Also, refer to Figure 27 on page 48.
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5079 connector locations
Figure 19. 5079 connector locations
Appendix B. Connector locations
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5074 connector locations
Figure 20. 5074 connector locations
5075 connector locations
Figure 21. 5075 connector locations
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5078 or 0578 connector locations
Figure 22. 5078 connector locations
5088 or 0588 connector locations
Figure 23. 5088 connector locations
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5094 connector locations
Figure 24. 5094 connector locations
5095 or 0595 connector locations
Figure 25. 5095 connector locations
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5294 connector locations
Figure 26. 5294 connector locations
8079 connector locations
For the lower unit, refer to the 840 system unit and for the upper unit, refer to the 5074 expansion unit.
8093 connector locations
For the lower unit, refer to a 890 system unit and for the upper unit, refer to the 5074 expansion unit.
8094 connector locations
For the lower unit, refer to a 890 system unit and for the upper unit, refer to the 5094 expansion unit.
Appendix B. Connector locations
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9094 connector locations
Figure 27. 9094 connector locations
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Appendix C. System unit control panel
1. Go to the front of your system unit. Open the control panel door.
2. Before you can use F Increment/Decrement Buttons and G Enter Push button, you need to
pressH Mode Select to select manual mode K.
You will use the push buttons on the control panel. Familiarize yourself with the control panel on
your unit.
A
Power On Light
v A blinking light indicates power to the unit.
v A constant light indicates that the unit is up and working.
B
Power Push button
C
Processor Activity
D
System Attention
E
Function/Data Display
F
Increment/Decrement Buttons
G
Enter Push button
H
Mode Select
J
Electronic Keystick Slot
K
Secure
L
Auto
M
Normal
N
Manual
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Cut or Fold
Along Line
_ _ _ _ _ _ _Fold
_ _ _and
_ _ _Tape
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Please
_ _ _ _ _do
_ _not
_ _ staple
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Fold
_ _ _and
_ _ Tape
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Please do not staple
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Fold and Tape
SA41-5017-02
Cut or Fold
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