Siemens SPARC M8000 Specifications

Site Planning Guide
SPARC® Enterprise
M8000 / M9000 Servers
English
SPARC® Enterprise
M8000/M9000 Servers
Site Planning Guide
Order No. U41685-J-Z816-3-76
Part No. 819-7885-12
April 2008, Revision A
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Contents
Preface
1.
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Physical Specification
1–1
1.1
Before Setting Up the System
1.2
Physical Specifications
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
1–1
1–4
System Components
1–4
1.2.1.1
Names and Corresponding Capacities and Functions
1–4
1.2.1.2
External Dimensions and Weights
1.2.1.3
System Appearance
System Installation (Space)
1–5
1–7
1–13
1.2.2.1
Size and Space Specifications
1–13
1.2.2.2
Footprints of the Components
1.2.2.3
Free-Access Floor Openings for Underfloor AirConditioning 1–29
1.2.2.4
Ceiling Height
1–23
1–30
Planning Your Access Route
1–31
1.2.3.1
Space Required for System Transport
1.2.3.2
Other Considerations
Cabinet Stabilization Measures
1–31
1–32
1–32
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2.
Network Connection Specifications
2.1
2.2
Planning Your Network Connection
Setup and Network Connections
2.1.2
Platform and Domain Setup Information
2.1.3
Selecting a System Control Network Configuration
UPS Interface
3.2
3.3
3.4
2–2
2–3
2–3
2–7
2.2.1
Overview
2–7
2.2.2
Signal Cables
2.2.3
Signal Line Configuration
2–7
2–8
2.2.3.1
Definitions of Signals
2.2.3.2
Electrical Specifications
Cable Connector
2–8
2–10
2–11
Environmental and Electrical Specifications
3.1
Environmental Requirements
3–1
3–1
3.1.1
Ambient Environmental Requirements
3.1.2
Recommended Ambient Temperature and Humidity
3.1.3
Vibration Requirements
Electrical Specifications
3–2
3–4
Single-Phase Power Supplies
3.2.2
Three-Phase Delta Power Supplies
3.2.3
Three-Phase Star Power Supplies
Cooling Specifications
3–1
3–4
3.2.1
3–5
3–7
3–8
3–8
3.3.1
Cooling (Air-Conditioning) Requirements
3.3.2
Airflow and Heat Dissipation
Facility Power Requirements
3.4.1
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2–1
2.1.1
2.2.4
3.
2–1
3–8
3–9
3–12
Power Supply to Devices
3–12
3.4.1.1
Single-Phase Power Supply
3.4.1.2
Power Cable Connection Specifications
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Site Planning Guide • April 2008
3–12
3–14
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.1.3
Three-Phase Power Supply
3.4.1.4
Three-Phase Star Power Supply
Circuit Breaker Capacity and Characteristics
3–19
3–21
3.4.2.1
Circuit Breaker Capacity of Customer Panel Board
21
3.4.2.2
Blockade Character of Circuit Breaker
Grounding
Abbreviations
Index
3–17
3–
3–22
3–23
Abbreviations–1
Index–1
Contents
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Figures
FIGURE 1-1
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server 1–7
FIGURE 1-2
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server + Power Cabinet
FIGURE 1-3
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet)
FIGURE 1-4
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet)
FIGURE 1-5
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Power Cabinet)
FIGURE 1-6
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet + Power Cabinet)
12
FIGURE 1-7
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server Installation Area
FIGURE 1-8
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server + Power Cabinet Installation Area
FIGURE 1-9
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server (With an Equipment Rack) Installation Area 1–15
FIGURE 1-10
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server (With an Equipment Rack) + Power Cabinet Installation
Area 1–16
FIGURE 1-11
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server (With an Equipment Rack) Installation Area 1–17
FIGURE 1-12
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server (With an Equipment Rack) + Power Cabinet Installation
Area 1–18
FIGURE 1-13
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet) Installation Area
FIGURE 1-14
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet) + Power Cabinet Installation Area
FIGURE 1-15
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) Installation Area
21
FIGURE 1-16
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) + Power Cabinet
Installation Area 1–22
FIGURE 1-17
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server Footprint
1–8
1–9
1–10
1–11
1–
1–13
1–14
1–19
1–20
1–
1–23
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FIGURE 1-18
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server + Power Cabinet Footprint
FIGURE 1-19
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet) Footprint
FIGURE 1-20
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet) + Power Cabinet Footprint
FIGURE 1-21
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) Footprint
FIGURE 1-22
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) + Power Cabinet
Footprint 1–28
FIGURE 1-23
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) Floor Openings
29
FIGURE 1-24
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) + Power Cabinet
Footprint 1–30
FIGURE 1-25
Cabinet Stabilization Measure: Securing the Device to the Floor Surface
FIGURE 1-26
Cabinet Stabilization Measure: Securing the Device Through a Hole in the Floor 1–34
FIGURE 2-1
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Server Connection Schematic Diagram of Interface
Cables 2–2
FIGURE 2-2
XSCF Configuration A (Basic Configuration) 2–4
FIGURE 2-3
XSCF Configuration B (Restricted Configuration)
FIGURE 2-4
XSCF Configuration C (Maximum Configuration) 2–6
FIGURE 2-5
Connection With UPS
FIGURE 2-6
Corresponding Terminals in UPC Connector and the UPS Cable 2–11
FIGURE 3-1
Cooling Air and Exhaust Flows of SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server and Rack-mountable
Dual Power Feed 3–10
FIGURE 3-2
Cooling Air and Exhaust Flows of SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server
FIGURE 3-3
Cooling Air and Exhaust Flows of Power Cabinet
FIGURE 3-4
Single-Phase Power Supply Connections (SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server)
3–12
FIGURE 3-5
Single-Phase Power Supply Connections (SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server)
3–13
FIGURE 3-6
Three-Phase Delta Power Supply Connections
3–17
FIGURE 3-7
Three-Phase Delta Power Supply Connections
3–18
FIGURE 3-8
Three-Phase Star Power Supply Connections
3–19
FIGURE 3-9
Three-Phase Star Power Supply Connections
3–20
FIGURE 3-10
Circuit Breaker Characteristics of Customers' Power Distribution Boards 3–22
x
1–24
1–25
1–26
1–27
1–33
2–5
2–8
3–11
3–11
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1–
Tables
TABLE 1-1
Checklist 1–1
TABLE 1-2
Names and Quantities
TABLE 1-3
Installation Specifications (External Dimensions and Weights)
TABLE 1-4
Space Required for Transport 1–31
TABLE 2-1
UPS Interface Signals
TABLE 2-2
Electrical Specifications 2–10
TABLE 2-3
Electrical Specifications 2–10
TABLE 3-1
Specifications (Ambient Environmental Requirements)
TABLE 3-2
Recommended Temperature and Humidity Values for Computer Rooms
TABLE 3-3
Specifications (Allowable Vibration) 3–4
TABLE 3-4
Specifications (Single-Phase Power Requirements)
TABLE 3-5
Specifications (Three-Phase Delta Power Requirements) 3–7
TABLE 3-6
Specifications (Three-Phase Star Power Requirements)
TABLE 3-7
Specifications (Cooling and Air-Conditioning Requirements) 3–9
TABLE 3-8
Specifications (Single-Phase Power Supply Connections)
TABLE 3-9
Circuit Breaker Capacity of Customer Panel Board 3–21
1–4
1–5
2–9
3–2
3–3
3–5
3–8
3–14
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Preface
The SPARC® Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Site Planning Guide provides the
physical system specifications for this type of server, gives an overview of the
network specifications, and explains other items that need to be considered
beforehand when planning system installation. (These topics include system
environment requirements that must be met for safe system migration as well as the
power supply requirements.)
Carefully read this manual together with the manuals referenced.
This section explains:
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■
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■
■
■
■
■
■
“Glossary” on page xiii
“Structure and Contents of This Manual” on page xiv
“SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Documentation” on page xiv
“Text Conventions” on page xvi
“Prompt Notations” on page xvii
“Syntax of the Command Line Interface (CLI)” on page xvii
“Environment Requirements for Using This Product” on page xviii
“Conventions for Alert Messages” on page xix
“Notes on Safety” on page xx
“Alert Labels” on page xxiii
“Product Handling” on page xxvi
“Fujitsu Siemens Computers Welcomes Your Comments” on page xxviii
Glossary
For the terms used in the “SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers
Documentation” on page xiv, refer to the SPARC Enterprise
M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers Glossary.
xiii
Structure and Contents of This Manual
This manual is organized as described below:
■
Chapter 1 Physical Specification
This chapter provides the physical system specifications for SPARC Enterprise
M8000/M9000 servers.
■
Chapter 2 Network Connection Specifications
This chapter provides the network connection specifications of the SPARC
Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers.
■
Chapter 3 Environmental and Electrical Specifications
This chapter describes the system environment requirements that must be met
for safe system migration, as well as the power supply requirements, for
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers.
■
Abbreviations
Provides the full spellings of abbreviations used in this manual.
■
Index
Provides keywords and corresponding reference page numbers so that the
reader can easily search for items in this manual as necessary.
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000
Servers Documentation
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Book Title
Order No.
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Site Planning Guide
U41685-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise Equipment Rack Mounting Guide
U41711-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Getting Started Guide
U41717-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Overview Guide
U41686-J-Z816-x-76
Important Safety Information for Hardware Systems
U41715-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Safety and Compliance
Guide
U41687-J-Z816-x-76
External I/O Expansion Unit Safety and Compliance Guide
U41716-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Site Planning Guide • April 2008
Book Title
Order No.
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Unpacking Guide
U41718-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Installation Guide
U41688-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Service Manual
U41689-J-Z816-x-76
External I/O Expansion Unit Installation and Service Manual
U41679-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers RCI Build
Procedure
U41695-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers
Administration Guide
U41680-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers XSCF
User’s Guide
U41681-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers XSCF
Reference Manual
U41682-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers Dynamic
Reconfiguration (DR) User’s Guide
U41684-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers Capacity
on Demand (COD) User’s Guide
U41693-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers RCI User’s
Guide
U41694-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers Product Notes
Go to the Web
External I/O Expansion Unit Product Notes
U41740-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise Server UPC Connector Supplement
U41794-J-Z816-x-76
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers Glossary
U41791-J-Z816-x-76
Note – “x” in the order number is the version number of the manual.
1. Manuals on the Web
The latest versions of all the SPARC Enterprise Series manuals are available at the
following website:
http://manuals.fujitsu-siemens.com/
2. Manual (man page) provided in the system
XSCF man page
Note – The man page can be referenced on the XSCF shell, and it provides the same
content as the XSCF Reference Manual for your server.
Preface
xv
3. Solaris Operating System Related Manuals
http://docs.sun.com
Text Conventions
This manual uses the following fonts and symbols to express specific types of
information.
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Fonts/symbols
Meaning
Example
AaBbCc123
What you type, when contrasted
with on-screen computer output.
This font represents the example of
command input in the frame.
XSCF> adduser jsmith
AaBbCc123
The names of commands, files, and
directories; on-screen computer
output.
This font represents the example of
command input in the frame.
XSCF> showuser -P
User Name:
jsmith
Privileges:
useradm
auditadm
Italic
Indicates the name of a reference
manual
See the XSCF User's Guide for
your server.
""
Indicates names of chapters,
sections, items, buttons, or menus
See Chapter 2, "Preparation for
Installation."
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Prompt Notations
The following prompt notations are used in this manual.
Shell
Prompt Notations
XSCF
XSCF>
C shell
machine-name%
C shell super user
machine-name#
Bourne shell and Korn shell
$
Bourne shell and Korn shell
super user
#
OpenBoot PROM
ok
Syntax of the Command Line Interface
(CLI)
The command syntax is as follows:
■
■
■
■
■
A variable that requires input of a value must be enclosed in <>.
An optional element must be enclosed in [ ].
A group of options for an optional keyword must be enclosed in [ ] and delimited
by |.
A group of options for a mandatory keyword must be enclosed in {} and
delimited by |.
The command syntax is shown in a box.
Example:
XSCF> showuser -a
Preface
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Environment Requirements for Using
This Product
This product is a computer that is intended to be used in a computer room.
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Conventions for Alert Messages
This manual uses the following conventions to show alert messages, which are
intended to prevent injury to the user or bystanders as well as property damage, and
important messages that are useful to the user.
WARNING:
This indicates a hazardous situation that could result in death or serious personal
injury (potential hazard) if the user does not perform the procedure correctly.
CAUTION:
This indicates a hazardous situation that could result in minor or moderate personal
injury if the user does not perform the procedure correctly. This signal also indicates
that damage to the product or other property may occur if the user does not perform
the procedure correctly.
IMPORTANT:
This indicates information that could help the user to use the product more
effectively.
Alert Messages in the Text
An alert message in the text consists of a signal indicating an alert level followed by
an alert statement. Alert messages are indented to distinguish them from regular
text. Also, a space of one line precedes and follows an alert statement.
WARNING:
The tasks listed below for this product and optional product provided by Fujitsu
Siemens Computers should be performed only by authorized service personnel.
The user must not perform these tasks. Incorrect operation of these tasks may cause
electric shock, injury, or fire.
■
■
■
■
■
Installation and reinstallation of all components
Removal of front, rear, or side covers
Mounting/unmounting of optional internal devices
Connecting/disconnecting of external interface cables
Maintenance (repair and regular diagnosis and maintenance)
Also, important alert messages are shown in “Important Alert Messages” on
page xx.
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Notes on Safety
Important Alert Messages
This manual provides the following important alert signals:
Caution – The WARNING signal indicates a dangerous situation could result in
death or serious injury if the user does not perform the procedure correctly.
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Task
Warning
Normal
operation
Electric shock, fire
Do not damage, break, or modify the power cables. Cable damage may
cause electric shock or fire.
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Caution – The CAUTION signal indicates a hazardous situation could result in
minor or moderate personal injury if the user does not perform the procedure
correctly. This signal also indicates that damage to the product or other property
may occur if the user does not perform the procedure correctly.
Task
Warning
Normal
operation
Equipment damage
Be sure to follow the precautions below when installing the main unit.
Otherwise, the equipment may be damaged.
• Do not block ventilation slits.
• Avoid installing the equipment in a place exposed to direct sunlight or
near equipment that becomes extremely hot.
• Avoid installing the equipment in a dusty place or a place directly
exposed to corrosive gas or salty air.
• Avoid installing the equipment in a place exposed to strong vibration.
Also, install the equipment on a level surface so that it is stable.
• The grounding wire must be class 3 or higher. Connecting it with
another grounding wire for shared grounding may cause a malfunction.
Be sure to use a single grounding path for the grounding wire.
• Do not run any cable beneath any equipment. Also, prevent cables from
becoming taut. Never disconnect any power cable from the equipment
while power is being supplied to the equipment.
• Do not place anything on top of the main unit. Do not use the main unit
as a workspace.
• Avoid exposing the equipment to rapid changes in the ambient
temperature, such as a rapid increase during transport in winter. A
rapid increase in the ambient temperature causes moisture to condense
in the equipment. Use the equipment only after the difference between
its temperature and the ambient temperature is negligible.
• Avoid installing the equipment near a copy machine, air conditioner, or
welding machine, which is noisy.
• Take preventive action to minimize static electricity at the installation
location. Note that static electricity is easily generated in some carpets
and can cause the equipment to malfunction.
• Confirm that the power supply voltage and frequency during operation
match the rated values indicated on the equipment.
• Do not insert any object into an opening in the equipment. Components
inside the equipment use high voltage. Conductive foreign matter, such
as a metal object, inserted into the equipment, may cause a short circuit
between components, resulting in fire, electric shock, or equipment
damage.
• For maintenance of the equipment, contact your authorized service
personnel.
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Task
Warning
Normal
operation
Data destruction
Confirm the items listed below before turning off the power. Otherwise,
data may be destroyed.
• All applications have completed processing.
• No user is using the equipment.
• When the main unit power is turned off, the Power LED on the
operation panel is turned off. Be sure to confirm that the Power LED is
off before turning off the main power (uninterruptible power supply
[UPS], power distribution box, main line switch, etc.).
If necessary, back up files before turning off the system power.
Data destruction
Do not forcibly stop a domain that is operating normally. Otherwise, data
may be destroyed.
Data destruction
Do not disconnect the power cable from the AC power input while power
is being supplied. Otherwise, data stored on hard disk units may be
destroyed.
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Alert Labels
The labels shown below are affixed on this product. These labels provide
information for users of the product:
Caution – Do not peel off the labels.
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SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Rear View)
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SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server with Expansion Cabinet (Rear View)
Product Handling
Maintenance
Caution – Certain tasks in this manual should only be performed by a certified
service engineer. User must not perform these tasks. Incorrect operation of these
tasks may cause electric shock, injury, or fire.
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Installation and reinstallation of all components, and initial settings
■
Removal of front, rear, or side covers
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Mounting/de-mounting of optional internal devices
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Plugging or unplugging of external interface cards
■
Maintenance and inspections (repairing, and regular diagnosis and maintenance)
Caution – The following tasks regarding this product and the optional products
provided from Fujitsu Siemens Computers should only be performed by a certified
service engineer. Users must not perform these tasks. Incorrect operation of these
tasks may cause malfunction.
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Unpacking optional adapters and such packages delivered to the users
■
Plugging or unplugging of external interface cards
Remodeling/Rebuilding
Caution – Any modification and/or recycling of this product and its components
may be carried out only by a certified service engineer and must not be done by the
customer under any circumstances. Otherwise, electric shock, injury or fire may
result.
Emission of Laser Beam (Invisible)
Caution – The main unit and high-speed optical interconnect cabinet contain
modules that generate invisible laser radiation. Laser beams are generated while the
equipment is operating, even if an optical cable is disconnected or a cover is
removed. Do not look at any light-emitting part directly or through an optical
apparatus (e.g., magnifying glass, microscope).
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CHAPTER
1
Physical Specification
This chapter describes what the reader is expected to know, including physical
specification for the SPARC® Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers, before planning
server installation.
This chapter contains the following sections:
1.1
■
Section 1.1, “Before Setting Up the System” on page 1-1
■
Section 1.2, “Physical Specifications” on page 1-4
Before Setting Up the System
Before starting server installation, verify that the requirements listed in TABLE 1-1 are
satisfied.
TABLE 1-1
Checklist (1 of 3)
Requirements
Item
Check
System components
Have the server components been decided?
❏
Has the total number of servers been decided?
❏
Have the system administrators and operators taken the required Sun
Microsystems or Fujitsu training courses?
❏
System management
1-1
TABLE 1-1
Checklist (2 of 3)
Requirements
Item
Check
Physical specifications
Has the server installation location been decided?
❏
Does the installation floor layout satisfy the ventilation and maintenance
access requirements?
See Section 1.2.2, “System Installation (Space)” on page 1-13
❏
Does the device layout guarantee that heated air vented from one
component does not enter an air intake of another component?
See Section 1.2.2, “System Installation (Space)” on page 1-13
❏
Does the access route provide sufficient space for transport of the packed
devices? Have you confirmed that all route incline angles are within the
permitted range?
See Section 1.2.3, “Planning Your Access Route” on page 1-31
❏
If a pallet jack is to be used, have you confirmed that the device weight is
within the load limit of the pallet jack?
See Section 1.2.3, “Planning Your Access Route” on page 1-31
❏
If an elevator is to be used, have you confirmed that the elevator car is
wide enough for the device to be carried into it and that the device
weight is within the load limit of the elevator?
See Section 1.2.3, “Planning Your Access Route” on page 1-31
❏
Stabilizing the cabinet
Have cabinet stabilization measures been considered?
See Section 1.2.4, “Cabinet Stabilization Measures” on page 1-32
❏
Network specification
Do you clearly understand what data connections and feeds are required
for system startup and network connections?
See CHAPTER 2, “Network Connection Specifications” on page 2-1
❏
Environmental
Does the computer room air handling meet temperature and humidity
requirements?
See Section 3.1, “Environmental Requirements” on page 3-1
❏
Can the computer room continuously satisfy environmental
requirements?
❏
Is the computer room adequately equipped to extinguish a fire?
❏
Is the computer room secured?
❏
Planning your access
route
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TABLE 1-1
Checklist (3 of 3)
Requirements
Item
Check
Facility power
Do you know the required operating voltages and electrical current
levels of the device and peripherals?
See Section 3.2, “Electrical Specifications” on page 3-4
❏
Are enough power outlets provided for the server cabinet, monitors, and
peripherals?
❏
Are the circuit breakers for the device suitable in terms of voltage and
current-carrying capacities?
See Section 3.4, “Facility Power Requirements” on page 3-12
❏
If you use single-phase power feed, is a power outlet located within 3.0
meters (9.8 feet) of the device?
❏
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Physical Specification
1-3
1.2
Physical Specifications
This section outlines the SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers components and
lists their physical specifications.
1.2.1
System Components
1.2.1.1
Names and Corresponding Capacities and Functions
TABLE 1-2 lists the names and the capacities and functions of the SPARC Enterprise
M8000/M9000 servers components.
TABLE 1-2
Names and Quantities (1 of 2)
Name
Capacity/function
SPARC Enterprise
M8000 server
Accommodates up to four CMUs [up to 16 CPU
modules: (32 cores for SPARC64 VI processors, 64 cores
for SPARC64 VII processors)] and up to four IOUs.
SPARC Enterprise
M9000 server (base
cabinet)
Accommodates up to eight CMUs [up to 32 CPU
modules: (64 cores for SPARC64 VI processors, 128
cores for SPARC64 VII processors)] and up to eight
IOUs.
SPARC Enterprise
M9000 server
(expansion cabinet)
Accommodates up to eight CMUs [up to 32 CPU
modules: (64 cores for SPARC64 VI processors, 128
cores for SPARC64 VII processors)] and up to eight
IOUs.
Rack-mountable
Dual Power Feed
Provides power redundancy (with single-phase dual
power feed) for a SPARC Enterprise M8000 server.
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Remarks
The SPARC Enterprise M9000
server, when combined with
an expansion cabinet can
accommodate up to 16 CMUs
[up to 64 CPU modules: (128
cores for the SPARC64 VI
processor, 256 cores for the
SPARC64 VII processor)] and
up to 16 IOUs.
Optional.
TABLE 1-2
Names and Quantities (2 of 2)
Name
Capacity/function
Remarks
Power Cabinet
There are two types of Power Cabinet:
• Device that provides three-phase dual power feed for
a SPARC Enterprise M8000 server
• Device that provides single-phase dual power feed or
three-phase dual power feed for a SPARC Enterprise
M9000 server
One power cabinet is required
for each SPARC Enterprise
M8000 server.
One power cabinet is required
for each SPARC Enterprise
M9000 server of the base or
expansion cabinet type. (The
device that provides singlephase dual power feed is an
optional product for the
SPARC Enterprise M9000
server.)
1.2.1.2
External Dimensions and Weights
TABLE 1-3 lists the external dimensions and weights of the SPARC Enterprise
M8000/M9000 servers cabinet.
TABLE 1-3
Installation Specifications (External Dimensions and Weights) (1 of 2)
External dimensions [mm (inch)]
Name
Width
Depth
Height
Weight [kg]
SPARC Enterprise
M8000 server
750 (29.5)
1260 (49.6)
1800 (70.9)
700
1
M8000 + Power
Cabinet
1054 (41.5)
1260 (49.6)
1800 (70.9)
1020
1
SPARC Enterprise
M9000 server (base
cabinet)
850 (33.5)
1260 (49.6)
1800 (70.9)
940
M9000 (base
cabinet) + Power
Cabinet
1154 (45.4)
1260 (49.6)
1800 (70.9)
1290
M9000 (base
cabinet + expansion
cabinet)
1674 (65.9)
1260 (49.6)
1800 (70.9)
1880
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2
Physical Specification
1-5
TABLE 1-3
Installation Specifications (External Dimensions and Weights) (2 of 2)
External dimensions [mm (inch)]
Name
Width
Depth
Height
Weight [kg]
M9000 (base
cabinet + expansion
cabinet) + Power
Cabinet
2282 (89.8)
1260 (49.6)
1800 (70.9)
2580
2
Rack-mountable
Dual Power Feed
489 (19.3)
1003 (39.5)
278 (10.9)
[6U]
75
3
Power Cabinet
317 (12.5)
1244 (49.0)
1800 (70.9)
350
4
1 The weight of a server does not include the weight of optional hardware.
2 When combining a base cabinet and an expansion cabinet, the width of each cabinet is 837 mm (including the exterior side panels).
3 The Rack-mountable Dual Power Feed can only be mounted on the equipment rack.
4 The width of a Power Cabinet includes the exterior side panel.
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1.2.1.3
System Appearance
FIGURE 1-1 to FIGURE 1-6 show the appearance of the server components and the
associated servers in their maximum configuration.
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server Appearance
Front
Rear
FIGURE 1-1
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server
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Front
Rear
FIGURE 1-2
1-8
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server + Power Cabinet
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SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server Appearance
Front
Rear
FIGURE 1-3
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet)
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Physical Specification
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Front
Rear
FIGURE 1-4
1-10
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet)
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Rear
Front
FIGURE 1-5
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Power Cabinet)
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Front
Rear
FIGURE 1-6
1-12
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet + Power Cabinet)
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1.2.2
System Installation (Space)
1.2.2.1
Size and Space Specifications
Before starting to assemble a SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 server installation,
secure a service area (maintenance area) that is large enough for each device
(cabinet) plus required service access space for each component. FIGURE 1-7 to
FIGURE 1-16 show the space required for installation of each server.
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server Installation Area
1260 (49.6)
800 (31.5)
M8000
2860 (112.6)
800 (31.5)
Service area
Service area
750(29.5)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-7
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server Installation Area
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1260 (49.6)
2860 (112.6)
M8000
800 (31.5)
Power Cabinet
800 (31.5)
Service area
Service area
1054 (41.5)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-8
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server + Power Cabinet Installation Area
Note – Before mounting units in a SPARC Enterprise M8000 server equipment rack,
secure the service areas shown.
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750 (29.5)
1260 (49.6)
M8000
2860 (112.6)
800 (31.5)
Service area
800 (31.5)
Service area
1550 (61.0)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-9
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server (With an Equipment Rack) Installation Area
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1054 (41.5)
2860 (112.6)
800 (31.5)
M8000
1260 (49.6)
Power Cabinet
800 (31.5)
Service area
Service area
1854 (73.0)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-10
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server (With an Equipment Rack) + Power Cabinet
Installation Area
Note – Before mounting units in an SPARC Enterprise M8000 server equipment rack
at a location where no space can be secured on the right side of the server
equipment, secure the service areas shown.
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3260 (128.3)
1200 (47.2)
M8000
1260 (49.6)
800 (31.5)
Service area
Service area
750 (29.5)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-11
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server (With an Equipment Rack) Installation Area
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1054 (41.5)
3260 (128.3)
1200 (47.2)
1260 (49.6)
M8000
800 (31.5)
Power Cabinet
800 (31.5)
Service area
Service area
317
(12.5)
737 (29.0)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-12
1-18
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server (With an Equipment Rack) + Power Cabinet
Installation Area
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SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server Installation Area
1260 (49.6)
900 (35.4)
M9000
(Base Cabinet)
3060 (128.3)
900 (35.4)
Service area
Service area
850 (33.4)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-13
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet) Installation Area
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1-19
1260 (49.6)
3060 (128.3)
M9000
(Base Cabinet)
900 (35.4)
Power Cabinet
900 (35.4)
Service area
317
(12.5)
Service area
837 (33.0)
1154 (45.3)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-14
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SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet) + Power Cabinet Installation Area
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3060 (128.3)
M9000
(Ex. Cabinet)
900 (35.4)
M9000
(Base Cabinet)
1260 (49.6)
900 (35.4)
Service area
Service area
837 (33.0)
Unit: mm (inch)
1674 (65.9)
Front
FIGURE 1-15
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) Installation Area
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1260 (49.6)
3060 (128.3)
M9000
(Ex. Cabinet)
900 (35.4)
M9000
(Base Cabinet)
Power Cabinet
Power Cabinet
900 (35.4)
Service area
317
(12.5)
Service area
824 (32.4)
Unit: mm (inch)
2282 (89.8)
Front
FIGURE 1-16
1-22
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) + Power Cabinet
Installation Area
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1.2.2.2
Footprints of the Components
FIGURE 1-17 to FIGURE 1-22 show the bottom of the SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000
servers components, such as the openings for laying cables, air inlet ports used for
cooling, legs, and casters. The views in these figures are transparent (see-through)
views of the bottom surface of the server as seen from directly above the top of the
server.
The values indicated are layout values of the rack. If its feet are fixed to the floor,
size difference (±2mm) must be take into consideration to designate its location.
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server Footprint
Caster
Feet
Opening for cables
inlet and outlet
Opening for air inlet
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-17
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server Footprint
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Caster
Feet
Opening for cables
inlet and outlet
Opening for air inlet
Front
FIGURE 1-18
1-24
Unit: mm (inch)
SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server + Power Cabinet Footprint
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SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server Footprint
Caster
Feet
Opening for cables
inlet and outlet
Opening for air inlet
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
FIGURE 1-19
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet) Footprint
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Caster
Feet
Front
Opening for cables
inlet and outlet
Opening for air inlet
Unit: mm (inch)
FIGURE 1-20
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Front
Caster
Feet
Opening for cables
inlet and outlet
Opening for air inlet
Unit: mm (inch)
FIGURE 1-21
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) Footprint
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Front
Caster
Feet
Opening for cables
inlet and outlet
Opening for air inlet
Unit: mm (inch)
FIGURE 1-22
1-28
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) + Power Cabinet
Footprint
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1.2.2.3
Free-Access Floor Openings for Underfloor Air-Conditioning
Use underfloor air conditioning to cool the SPARC Enterprise M9000 server (with an
extended cabinet).
To use underfloor air conditioning, air-conditioning openings must be provided on
the free-access floor under the cabinet. FIGURE 1-23 and FIGURE 1-24 show examples of
floor openings. There must be four openings of sizes corresponding to the
recommended value for underfloor air-conditioning. However, if these openings
cannot be prepared, use the largest possible floor openings that can be prepared in
the raised floor under the cabinet or in the area around the cabinet, after taking into
consideration such factors as the air-conditioning capacity required for the cabinet,
the floor strength, and the locations of the leveling feet.
Front
Caster
Feet
Opening for air conditioning from the bottom
(The opening should be in the shaded freeaccess area. It cannot be shared with the
opening for cables out.)
Unit: mm (inch)
FIGURE 1-23
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) Floor Openings
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Front
Caster
Feet
Opening for air conditioning from the
bottom
(The opening should be in the shaded
free-access area. It cannot be shared
with the opening for cables out.)
Unit: mm (inch)
FIGURE 1-24
1.2.2.4
SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server (Base Cabinet + Expansion Cabinet) + Power Cabinet
Footprint
Ceiling Height
The minimum ceiling height for the SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 server is 2.3m
(7.5 feet), measured from the true floor or a raised floor, whichever is higher. The
space above the server and its surroundings must not restrict the movement of
cooling air between the air conditioner and the server.
The space above the server and its surroundings must not restrict the following:
■
■
1-30
The movement of cooling air between the air conditioner and the bottom of the
server
The movement of the hot air coming out of the top of the server
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1.2.3
Planning Your Access Route
This section describes necessary considerations before you move the server to its
installation destination.
1.2.3.1
Space Required for System Transport
The access route must satisfy the requirements listed in TABLE 1-4.
Each cabinet is packed with simple packaging or in a wood-framed case for shipping
of the server. If it is difficult to carry the packed cabinet to the installation
destination, remove the packing materials, front and rear doors, side panels, and/or
other parts as necessary.
If the cabinet weight exceeds the minimum withstand load for the transport
equipment used, you can move the cabinet with its PSU and FAN unit (about 4 kg
each) removed.
TABLE 1-4
Name
SPARC
Enterprise
M8000 server
Space Required for Transport (1 of 2)
Minimum
door height
[mm (inch)]
Minimum
door width
[mm (inch)]
Minimum
passage
width [mm
(inch)]
Minimum
elevator car
depth [mm
(inch)]
Minimum
withstand
load of
transport
equipment
[kg] 3
Simple
packaging1
1900 (74.8)
1000 (39.4)
1200 (47.2)
1500 (59.0)
820
10
Without
front and
rear doors
or side
panels
1900 (74.8)
800 (31.5)
1000 (39.4)
1350 (53.1)
690
10
Tri-Wall2
2100 (82.7)
1800 (70.9)
1800 (70.9)
1100 (43.3)
830
10
Wooden2
2100 (82.7)
1900 (74.8)
1900 (74.8)
1100 (43.3)
980
10
Device
status
during
transport 1
Maximum
inclination
of access
route [° ]
packing
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TABLE 1-4
Minimum
door height
[mm (inch)]
Minimum
door width
[mm (inch)]
Minimum
passage
width [mm
(inch)]
Minimum
elevator car
depth [mm
(inch)]
Minimum
withstand
load of
transport
equipment
[kg] 3
Simple
packaging1
1900 (74.8)
1100 (43.3)
1300 (51.2)
1500 (59.0)
950
10
Without
front and
rear doors
or side
panels
1900 (74.8)
900 (35.4)
1100 (43.3)
1350 (53.1)
820
10
Tri-Wall2
2100 (82.7)
1800 (70.9)
1800 (70.9)
1200 (47.2)
1050
10
Wooden2
packing
2100 (82.7)
1800 (70.9)
1800 (70.9)
1200 (47.2)
1100
10
Simple
packaging1
1900 (74.8)
700 (27.6)
900 (35.4)
1500 (59.0)
350
10
Without
front and
rear doors
or side
panels
1900 (74.8)
700 (27.6)
900 (35.4)
1350 (53.1)
320
10
Tri-Wall2
2100 (82.7)
1600 (63.0)
1600 (63.0)
1200 (47.2)
450
10
Wooden2
2100 (82.7)
1700 (67.0)
1700 (67.0)
1200 (47.2)
500
10
Device
status
during
transport 1
Name
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(Base cabinet)
(Expansion
cabinet)
Power Cabinet
Space Required for Transport (2 of 2)
Maximum
inclination
of access
route [° ]
packing
1 Simple packaging means a device is covered only with a packing material such as a vinyl sheet instead of being packed in a woodframed case or a cardboard box.
2 When in Tri-wall and wooden packing, use the pallet jack to move the equipment.
3 The transport equipment includes the elevator and pallet jack used to transport the device.
1.2.3.2
Other Considerations
Confirm that the access route is free of any steps and other obstacles that would
expose the device to shock.
1.2.4
Cabinet Stabilization Measures
This section shows useful methods of securing a SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000
server to prevent it from shifting due to vibration.
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Method of Securing the Device to the Floor Surface
(Example of securing the SPARC Enterprise M9000 server in place)
850 (33.5)
1260 (49.6)
171
(6.7)
Fixing bracket
Caster
175
(6.9)
Feet
66 (2.6)
99 (3.9)
99 (3.9)
66 (2.6)
Unit: mm (inch)
Front
Vibration-proof bracket order number:
CA06620-H901
Note 1: By specifying the above, you can issue an
order to get the following four kinds of parts. (You
should order the bolt separately.)
Fixing bracket: C230-4130-X514 (x4)
Bushing: C230-4080-X003 (x4)
Metal washer: F6-WB12-121 (x4)
Metal washer: F6-WM12-121 (x4)
(Floor)
Bolt: F6-B12-***121 (Bolt diameter: M12)
A-A cross-section
*** = Bolt length (mm)
The bolt length must be specified here.
Note 2: Consult with the company that constructed the building because the length
depends on the structure of the building.
FIGURE 1-25
Cabinet Stabilization Measure: Securing the Device to the Floor Surface
Chapter 1
Physical Specification
1-33
Method of Securing the Device Through a Hole in the Floor
Vibration-proof feet order number:
CA06620-H902
(Device)
Note 1: By specifying the above, you can
issue an order to get the following parts. (You
should order the bolt separately.)
F6-DA6G (x4)
Change this board leg (height adjustment
leg) to the "F6-DA6G" and tighten the bolt
from under the floor.
(Floor)
Bolt diameter: M20
Bolt length: 15 mm + floor thickness
Note 2: Consult with the company that constructed the building because the length
depends on the structure of the building.
FIGURE 1-26
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Cabinet Stabilization Measure: Securing the Device Through a Hole in the
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CHAPTER
2
Network Connection Specifications
This chapter describes the network connection specifications of the SPARC
Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers.
2.1
■
Section 2.1, “Planning Your Network Connection” on page 2-1
■
Section 2.2, “UPS Interface” on page 2-7
Planning Your Network Connection
This section provides an overview for starting the SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000
server network required for system startup and network connections.
For details on the connections, see the SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Servers
Installation Guide.
2-1
Basic
equipment
M8000/M9000
LAN port (x2)
Serial port
XSCFU (x2)
USB
RCI-IF
Option
10Base-T/100Base-TX
Serial interface
USB device (maintenance port)
RCI interface
(external power supply control unit)
IOU (M8000: Max4)
(M9000: MAx16)
PCI card x8
UPC interface (x2)
FIGURE 2-1
2.1.1
SCSI/LAN/WAN interface
Fibre Channel
Serial Adapter
UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply)
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 Server Connection Schematic Diagram of
Interface Cables
Setup and Network Connections
The serial port of the eXtended System Control Facility unit (XSCFU) is used for the
following purposes:
■
Connecting a local area network (LAN) port to the system administration
network
■
Monitoring the boot process
■
Changing the initial values of the system controller
The administration network connects the XSCFU to the system administrator's
management console. A direct connection can be used for this purpose. However,
the connection is usually one through a hub or switch specific to the system control
network. To initialize a LAN port, direct administration of the serial port must be
performed.
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2.1.2
Platform and Domain Setup Information
The following information is required for installation of the SPARC Enterprise
M8000/M9000 servers:
■
■
■
■
■
■
Host name
IP address
Domain
Netmask
IP address of the network gateway
IP address of the network name server
In addition, the following network connections must be available:
■
■
■
One serial console connection (9600 baud, N81)
One 10/100BASE-T Ethernet connection for SCF (connected to Port 0)
One 10/100BASE-T Ethernet connection for each domain
Note – The XSCF Ethernet port is IEEE 802.3i and IEEE 802.3u compliant. This
requires auto-negotiation for the port into which it terminates.
2.1.3
Selecting a System Control Network
Configuration
Consider the following when determining the system control network configuration:
■
An IP address appropriate to the existing environment can be assigned to each
LAN port, and the Class B private address, which is the default address, can be
changed.
■
Either dual power feed or single power feed must be selected for the power feed
option of your server.
■
Do you have a separate LAN port or network for access by a field engineer? If
not, does the field engineer have access through the serial port when maintenance
is necessary?
Generally, there are three server control network configurations as follows,
according to installation conditions:
■
XSCF Configuration A (Basic Configuration)
■
XSCF Configuration B (Restricted Configuration)
■
XSCF Configuration C (Maximum Configuration)
Chapter 2
Network Connection Specifications
2-3
XSCF Configuration A (Basic Configuration)
Only one of the two LAN ports is used. The serial port and the other LAN port are
reserved so that they can be used as maintenance ports. The same switch is used for
system administration and the remote service. Consequently, any failure of the
switch causes a failure of the server control network.
ETHERNET #0 ETHERNET #1
Switch
Serial port
Remote service
Firewall
System administration
FIGURE 2-2
2-4
XSCF Configuration A (Basic Configuration)
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XSCF Configuration B (Restricted Configuration)
(Restricted redundancy) - Both LAN ports are used. One port is used for system
administration, and the other is used for the remote message function. If one switch
fails, errors can be reported. The serial port and port for the remote service switch
can be used as maintenance ports.
ETHERNET
#0
Switch
Maintenance port
ETHERNET
#1
Serial port
Switch
System administration
Remote service
Firewall
FIGURE 2-3
XSCF Configuration B (Restricted Configuration)
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Network Connection Specifications
2-5
XSCF Configuration C (Maximum Configuration)
(Maximum redundancy) - Both LAN ports are used. Each switch has maintenance
ports, which are used for the remote service or system administration. The switches
are connected for failure management and system administration.
If a switch fails, no interrupt occurs in the system control network.
ETHERNET
#0
ETHERNET
#1
Serial port
Switch
Switch
System administration
Remote service
Firewall
Maintenance port
FIGURE 2-4
2-6
XSCF Configuration C (Maximum Configuration)
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2.2
UPS Interface
This section describes the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) interface which
connects to and controls the UPS.
2.2.1
Overview
This interface is used to generate a conventional software interrupt, and to save data
temporarily when a UPS is used to protect against commercial AC power supply
failure.
A UPS unit is used to provide a stable supply of power to the system in the event of
a power failure or an extensive power interruption.
By connecting the UPC port of the server and a UPS which has a UPC interface via
signal cables, you can execute emergency shutdown processing when the
commercial AC power supply failure is detected.
2.2.2
Signal Cables
Use shielded and paired cables. The cables have the following specifications:
■
DC resistance (roundtrip/1 pair): 400 Ω/km or less
■
Cable length: Up to 10 m (33 ft.)
Chapter 2
Network Connection Specifications
2-7
2.2.3
Signal Line Configuration
This section describes signal definitions and electrical specifications.
2.2.3.1
Definitions of Signals
FIGURE 2-5 shows the signal line configuration when connected to a UPS.
TABLE 2-1 defines these signal lines.
*BTL
7
*BTL
*BPS/*UALM
6
*BPS/*UALM
*ACOFF
9
*ACOFF
SG
5
SG
1
UPS
FIGURE 2-5
2-8
Interface cable
Connection With UPS
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Main unit
TABLE 2-1
UPS Interface Signals
Signal name
Definitions
Pin number
*BPS/*UALM
Signal indicates faulty UPS conditions
6
*BTL
Signal provides a warning of a low battery
level and a pending UPS failure.
7
Enabled with ON
(Note1)
*ACOFF
Signal indicates power failure at the
commercial AC supply connector to the UPS
9
Power failure: ON
Normal: OFF
(Note2)
SG
Signal ground
5
ER
Signal indicates the main unit is running
(Equipment Ready)
1
ON:
Indicates contacts are closed
OFF:
Indicates contacts are open
Remarks
(Note3)
Note1: Use a UPS capable of normal battery power supply operation for at least 10 to 60 seconds after this signal is turned on.
Note2: Use a UPS capable of normal battery power supply output without turning on the *ACOFF in an instantaneous commercial AC
power failure lasting two seconds or less.
Note3: Do not connect to ER signal pin.
Chapter 2
Network Connection Specifications
2-9
2.2.3.2
Electrical Specifications
TABLE 2-2 and TABLE 2-3 list the electrical specifications for the UPS interface.
Input circuit
TABLE 2-2
Electrical Specifications
Signal name
Input conditions
*BPS/*UALM
• No voltage relay contact
• Contact rating DC 12 V, 10 mA or more (maximum 0.5A)
• Use of metallic contact, or lead relay is recommended.
*BTL
*ACOFF
Remarks: Signal-line chatter must be 1ms or less.
Output circuit
TABLE 2-3
Electrical Specifications
Signal name
ER
Output conditions
Output Voltage
Output Current
2-10
VOH
3.76 VDC (min)
VOL
0 to 0.4 VDC (max)
VOH
-4 mA (max)
VOL
4 mA (max)
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2.2.4
Cable Connector
The interface cable has the following specifications.
■
Connector type
D-SUB9 pin Male (install side: Female)
DEU-9PF-F0 (from JAE Electronics Engineering Company, or equivalent)
■
Terminal array
FIGURE 2-6 identifies pin signals of the UPC connector and the UPS cable.
Do not use the unused pins (pin number 2, 3, 4 and 8 in the following diagram).
Cable side shown below.
This system side
Pin #
Signal name
1
ER
2
---
3
---
4
---
5
SG
(Note)
6
*BPS/*UALM
7
*BTL
8
9
Cable side
SG
*BTL
*ACOFF
*BPS/*UALM
--*ACOFF
Note: Do not use ER signal.
FIGURE 2-6
Corresponding Terminals in UPC Connector and the UPS Cable
Note – If you need UPC cables, you need to make arrangements separately. For
details, contact your sales representatives.
Chapter 2
Network Connection Specifications
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CHAPTER
3
Environmental and Electrical
Specifications
This chapter explains environmental and electrical power supply specifications and
conditions necessary for stable system operation:
■
Environmental Requirements
■
Electrical Specifications
■
Cooling Specifications
■
Facility Power Requirements
3.1
Environmental Requirements
3.1.1
Ambient Environmental Requirements
The SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers must satisfy the ambient
environmental requirements listed in TABLE 3-1.
3-1
TABLE 3-1
Specifications (Ambient Environmental Requirements)
Temperature [°C (°F)]1
Humidity [%RH]1
System name
Operating
Non-operating
Operating
Non-operating
SPARC
Enterprise
M8000
server
5 to 32 (41 to 89.6) at an installation
altitude ranging from 0 to less than
1500 m (4921 feet) above sea level
5 to 30 (41 to 86) at an installation
altitude ranging from 1500 m (4921
feet) to less than 2000 m (6562 feet)
above sea level
5 to 28 (41 to 82.4) at an installation
altitude ranging from 2000 m (6562
feet) to less than 2500 m (8202 feet)
above sea level
5 to 26 (41 to 78.8) at an installation
altitude ranging from 2500 m (8202
feet) to 3000 m (9843 feet) above sea
level
0 to 50
(32 to 122)
20 to 80
8 to 80
and
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000
server
Altitude
[m (ft)]
Operating
3000
(12000)
Nonoperating
12000
(40000)
1 There is no condensation regardless of the temperature and humidity.
3.1.2
Recommended Ambient Temperature and
Humidity
Keep the temperature in the computer room at a comfortable level for people or
slightly lower. This temperature level can prevent inadequate cooling of sections of
the computer room which can be due to heat generated by a device or by trapped
hot air. Keeping the computer room at a comfortable level can reduce related
adverse effects on each device in the entire system configuration.
Special consideration must be paid to humidity if underfloor ventilation is used.
Normally, air contains water vapor. Relative humidity, which is indicated as a
percentage (%) of the total amount of water vapor that can exist in the air without
condensing, is inversely proportional to air temperature; it goes down when the
temperature rises, and goes up when the temperature drops. For example, air with a
relative humidity of 45% at a temperature of 24°C (75°F) has a relative humidity of
65% at a temperature of 18°C (64°F); and if the temperature drops farther, the
relative humidity rises to more than 65%, eventually to condense out as water
droplets.
Air conditioning facilities usually do not provide functions to precisely monitor and
control the temperature and humidity throughout an entire computer room.
Generally, computer room air conditioning controls the temperature and humidity
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according to the monitoring data at individual points corresponding to multiple
exhaust vents in the main unit and other units in the room. However, since air
conditioning facilities for underfloor ventilation perform such control according to
the monitoring data at each point close to an exhaust vent, the distribution of the
temperature and humidity across the entire computer room is uneven.
TABLE 3-2 lists the recommended temperature and humidity values for computer
rooms.
Recommended Temperature and Humidity Values for Computer Rooms
TABLE 3-2
Point close to underfloor exhaust vent
Temperature
Air conditioning
method
Humidity %
°C
°F
Direct
blowing or
duct blowing
-
-
Underfloor
ventilation
18 ±1
Direct
blowing or
using duct
blowing and
underfloor
ventilation
together
18 ±1
Monitoring and control point in room
Temperature
Remarks
Humidity %
°C
°F
-
24 ±2
75 ±4
45 ±5
-
64 ±2
65 ±5
Target
temperature
of 24°C
Target
temperature
of 75°F
About
45% at
24°C
The room
temperature
and humidity
fluctuate,
without
control,
according to
the thermal
load in the
room.
64 ±2
65 ±5
24 ±2
75 ±4
45 ±5
-
Chapter 3
Environmental and Electrical Specifications
3-3
3.1.3
Vibration Requirements
The allowable vibrations in the SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers are listed in
TABLE 3-3.
TABLE 3-3
Specifications (Allowable Vibration)
Allowable vibration [gal]
System name
Operating
Non-Operating
SPARC Enterprise M8000 server
SPARC Enterprise M9000 server
250 1
400 1, 2
1 Allowable vibration (Sun and Fujitsu standards) for artificially generated seismic waves
2 The value for non-operation is applicable when vibration-proofing measures are taken for the leveling feet.
3.2
Electrical Specifications
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers can use two types of power supply: singlephase power and three-phase power. Redundant power cables are supported only
on servers that have the dual power feed option. The dual power feed option is
included by default on servers that are configured for three-phase power.
Note – Power cables are not redundant on single power feed servers without the
dual power feed option. On servers that have single power feed, all power cables
must be connected and powered on at all times.
Note – With the dual power feed option, all wiring connected to the server is used
to supply power, and the load is balanced at 50%/50%. Note that even if an
extremely low load compromises the load balancing, it will not affect operation.
TABLE 3-4 to TABLE 3-6 list the power requirements for single-phase and three-phase
power supplies.
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3.2.1
Single-Phase Power Supplies
Specifications (Single-Phase Power Requirements) (1 of 2)
TABLE 3-4
Power supply
Power
factor
Leak
current
[mA]
11.0 2
0.9 or
higher
100 or
less 6
4.1 or
less 6
30 7
0.1 3
-
-
-
-
-
200 to
240
VAC
±10%
21.3 4
22.4 4
0.9 or
higher
100 or
less 6
4.1 or
less 6
30 7
100
VAC 3
±10%
0.1 3
-
-
-
-
-
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(base cabinet +
expansion
cabinet)
200 to
240
VAC
±10%
42.6 5
44.8 5
0.9 or
higher
100 or
less 6
4.1 or
less 6
30 7
100
VAC 3
±10%
0.1 3
-
-
-
-
-
Power Cabinet
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(base cabinet) 1
200 to
240
VAC
±10%
21.3 4
22.4 4
0.9 or
higher
100 or
less 6
4.1 or
less 6
30 7
SPARC
Enterprise
M8000 server
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(base cabinet)
Apparent
power
[kVA]
10.5 2
100
VAC 3
±10%
Circuit
breaker
capacity
[A]
Rush
current
[A0-p]
Name
Power
consumption
[kW]
Voltage
[V]
200 to
240
VAC
±10%
Phase
Single
Frequency
[Hz]
50/60
+2%, -4%
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Environmental and Electrical Specifications
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Specifications (Single-Phase Power Requirements) (2 of 2)
TABLE 3-4
Power supply
Voltage
[V]
Name
Power Cabinet
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(base cabinet +
expansion
cabinet) 1
200 to
240
VAC
±10%
Rackmountable
Dual Power
Feed
(for SPARC
Enterprise
M8000 server)
200 to
240
VAC
±10%
Phase
Single
Frequency
[Hz]
50/60
+2%, -4%
Power
consumption
[kW]
Apparent
power
[kVA]
42.6 5
10.5 2
Power
factor
Leak
current
[mA]
44.8 5
0.9 or
higher
100 or
less 6
4.1 or
less 6
30 7
11.0 2
0.9 or
higher
100 or
less 6
4.1 or
less 6
30 7
1 This value represents when power feed is through the Power Cabinet alone.
2 This value is reached when four CMUs and four IOUs are installed.
3 The 100V power supply is used only for the FST, and this specification applies only to use in Japan.
4 This value is reached when eight CMUs and eight IOUs are installed.
5 This value is reached when 16 CMUs and 16 IOUs are installed.
6 This value represents the current for each cable.
7 This value represents the capacity of a system main line switch for each power supply of the single-phase power supplies.
3-6
Circuit
breaker
capacity
[A]
Rush
current
[A0-p]
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3.2.2
Three-Phase Delta Power Supplies
Specifications (Three-Phase Delta Power Requirements)
TABLE 3-5
Power supply
Apparent
power
[kVA]
10.5 2
Circuit
breaker
capacity
[A]
Power
factor
Rush
current
[A0-p]
Leakage
current
[mA]
11.0 2
0.9 or
higher
100 or
less 5
30 or
less 5
50 6
Voltage
[V]
Phase
SPARC
Enterprise
M8000 server +
Power Cabinet
AC200240 ±
10%
Threephase
delta
AC100
± 10% 1
Single
0.1 1
-
-
-
-
-
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(base cabinet)
+ Power
Cabinet
AC200240 ±
10%
Threephase
delta
21.3 3
22.4 3
0.9 or
higher
170 or
less 5
40 or
less 5
80 6
AC100
± 10% 1
Single
0.1 1
-
-
-
-
-
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(base cabinet +
expansion
cabinet) +
Power Cabinet
AC200240 ±
10%
Threephase
delta
42.6 4
44.8 4
0.9 or
higher
170 or
less 5
40 or
less 5
80 6
AC100
± 10% 1
Single
0.1 1
-
-
-
-
-
Name
Frequency
[Hz]
Power
consumption
[kW]
50/60
+2%, -4%
1 The 100V power supply is used only for the FST, and this specification applies only to use in Japan.
2 This value is reached when four CMUs and four IOUs are installed.
3 This value is reached when eight CMUs and eight IOUs are installed.
4 This value is reached when 16 CMUs and 16 IOUs are installed.
5 This value represents the current for each cable.
6 This value represents the capacity of a unit main line switch for each power supply of the three-phase power supplies.
Chapter 3
Environmental and Electrical Specifications
3-7
3.2.3
Three-Phase Star Power Supplies
Specifications (Three-Phase Star Power Requirements)
TABLE 3-6
Power supply
Apparent
power
[kVA]
10.5 2
Circuit
breaker
capacity
[A]
Power
factor
Rush
current
[A0-p]
Leakage
current
[mA]
11.0 2
0.9 or
higher
100 or
less 5
10 or
less 5
30 6
Voltage
[V]
Phase
SPARC
Enterprise
M8000 server +
Power Cabinet
AC380415 ±
10%
Threephase
star
AC100
± 10% 1
Single
0.1 1
-
-
-
-
-
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(base cabinet)
+ Power
Cabinet
AC380415 ±
10%
Threephase
star
21.3 4
22.4 4
0.9 or
higher
170 or
less 5
20 or
less 5
50 6
AC100
± 10% 1
Single
0.1 1
-
-
-
-
-
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000 server
(base cabinet +
expansion
cabinet) +
Power Cabinet
AC380415 ±
10%
Threephase
star
42.6 3
44.8 3
0.9 or
higher
170 or
less 5
20 or
less 5
50 6
AC100
± 10% 1
Single
0.1 1
-
-
-
-
-
Name
Frequency
[Hz]
Power
consumption
[kW]
50/60
+2%, -4%
1 The 100V power supply is used only for the FST, and this specification applies only to use in Japan.
2 This value is reached when four CMUs and four IOUs are installed.
3 This value is reached when 16 CMUs and 16 IOUs are installed.
4 This value is reached when eight CMUs and eight IOUs are installed.
5 This value represents the current for each cable.
6 This value represents the capacity of a unit main line switch for each power supply of the three-phase power supplies.
3.3
Cooling Specifications
3.3.1
Cooling (Air-Conditioning) Requirements
TABLE 3-7 lists the cooling and air-conditioning requirements for each system
component.
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TABLE 3-7
Specifications (Cooling and Air-Conditioning Requirements)
Name
Heat
dissipation
[kJ/h]
Exhaust
airflow
[m3/min.]
Cooling method
Air-conditioning
type
Noise
level
[dBA]
SPARC Enterprise M8000 server
37800 1
94
Overfloor/underfloor
Forced air cooling
67
SPARC Enterprise M9000 server
(base cabinet)
76680 2
102
Overfloor/underfloor
Forced air cooling
68
SPARC Enterprise M9000 server
(base cabinet + expansion
cabinet)
153360 3
205
Underfloor
Forced air cooling
68
Rack-mountable Dual Power
Feed
-4
-4
Overfloor/underfloor
Forced air cooling
-4
Power Cabinet (SPARC
Enterprise M8000 server)
-4
-4
Overfloor/underfloor
Forced air cooling
-4
Power Cabinet (for SPARC
Enterprise M9000 server base
cabinet)
-4
-4
Overfloor/underfloor
Forced air cooling
-4
Power Cabinet (for SPARC
Enterprise M9000 server base
cabinet + expansion cabinet)
-4
-4
Underfloor
Forced air cooling
-4
1 This value represents the heat dissipation after 4CMU/4IOU installation.
2 This value represents the heat dissipation after 8CMU/8IOU installation.
3 This value represents the heat dissipation after 16CMU/16IOU installation.
4 The heat dissipation, exhaust airflow and acoustic noise value of the Power Cabinet is included in the value for the SPARC Enterprise
M8000 server or SPARC Enterprise M9000 server.
3.3.2
Airflow and Heat Dissipation
Since the SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 server is designed to be cooled by forced
air convection, sufficient airflow throughout the entire system must be generated. To
satisfy the requirements listed below, the installation space requirements listed in
Section 1.2.2, “System Installation (Space)” on page 1-13 must be observed.
Any other equipment installed around the system must not block any of the service
areas, or intake and exhaust air vents.
■
The SPARC Enterprise M8000 server uses internal fans to generate a total airflow
of 94 cubic meters per minute (3320 cubic feet per minute [cfm]) under normal
operating conditions.
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The SPARC Enterprise M9000 server uses internal fans in the base cabinet and
expansion cabinet, and it generates a total airflow of 102 cubic meters per minute
(3600 cubic feet per minute [cfm]) under normal operating conditions.
■
The Power Cabinet and Rack-mountable Dual Power Feed of the SPARC
Enterprise M8000 server uses built-in fans to generate air flow of 7 cubic meters
per minute (247 cubic feet per minute [cfm]) under standard operating conditions.
■
The Power Cabinet of the SPARC Enterprise M9000 server uses a built-in fan to
produce air flow of 12 cubic meters per minute (424 cubic feet per minute [cfm])
under the standard operating conditions.
■
The SPARC Enterprise M8000 server and Rack-mountable Dual Power Feed
system draws air from the bottom of the cabinet and exhausts it at the top and
rear.
FIGURE 3-1
■
3-10
Cooling Air and Exhaust Flows of SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server and Rackmountable Dual Power Feed
The SPARC Enterprise M9000 server draws air from the bottom of the cabinet and
exhausts it at the top.
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FIGURE 3-2
■
Cooling Air and Exhaust Flows of SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server
The Power Cabinet draws air from the front of the cabinet and exhausts it at the
rear.
FIGURE 3-3
Cooling Air and Exhaust Flows of Power Cabinet
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3.4
Facility Power Requirements
This section describes the power supply requirements for system operation. Obtain
the appropriate power supply after confirming the power requirements for the
system to be installed.
3.4.1
Power Supply to Devices
3.4.1.1
Single-Phase Power Supply
M8000
Input
#22 #21 #20
Dual power feed system
Input
#2
#1
#0
CB
FIGURE 3-4
CB
(AC200-240V)
CB
CB
CB
CB
Dual power feed
distribution board
Base power feed
distribution board
(AC200-240V)
Single-Phase Power Supply Connections (SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server)
Note – The base and dual power feeds must be connected to different AC power
supplies.
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Note – To connect power cables for this system directly to your power distribution
board, the power cables must be connected on a one-to-one basis as shown in the
above figure.
(Base cabinet)
Dual power
feed system
(Expansion cabinet)
Base
net
cabi-
Expansion
cabinet
Dual power
feed system
In p ut
Input
#0 #1 #2 #3 #4
#10 #11 #12 #13 #14
In p u t
#34
#23
#33
#22
#32
#21
#31
#20
#30
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
Base power feed
distribution board
(AC200-240V)
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
CB
Dual power feed
distribution board
(AC200-240V)
FIGURE 3-5
Input
#24
Expansion power
Dual power feed
feed distribution
distribution board
board (AC200-240V) (AC200-240V)
Single-Phase Power Supply Connections (SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server)
Note – The base and dual power feeds must be connected to different AC power
supplies.
Note – To connect power cables for this system directly to your power distribution
board, the power cables must be connected on a one-to-one basis as shown in the
above figure.
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3.4.1.2
Power Cable Connection Specifications
TABLE 3-8 lists specifications for single-phase power supply connections.
The SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers are equipped with the required
number of single-phase power cables.
TABLE 3-8
Name
Destination
SPARC
Enterprise
M8000
server
Japan
3-14
Specifications (Single-Phase Power Supply Connections) (1 of 3)
Power cable
length 1
Plug geometry
Number of
plugs
Outlet in facility
3.0m
(9.8 feet)
30A-250V 3P,
locking type
(NEMA L6-30R)
3 (single
power feed)
6 (dual power
feed)
30A-250V 3P, locking type
(NEMA L6-30R)
Embedded type: 3320-L6
<American Denki>
Exposed type: 3321-L6
<American Denki>
3.0m
(9.8 feet)
Parallel 2P+E
(conforming to
NEMA5-15P)
1 (FST)
15A-125V (conforming to
NEMA5-15R)
North America
General
overseas
3.0m
(9.8 feet)
NEMA L6-30P
3 (single
power feed)
6 (dual power
feed)
NEMA L6-30R (North
America only)
Europe
3.0m
(9.8 feet)
EN60309 (32A)
3 (single
power feed)
6 (dual power
feed)
EN60309 (32A)
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TABLE 3-8
Name
Destination
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000
server
Japan
North America
General
overseas
Specifications (Single-Phase Power Supply Connections) (2 of 3)
Power cable
length 1
Plug geometry
Number of
plugs
Outlet in facility
3.0m
(9.8 feet)
30A-250V 3P,
locking type
(NEMA L6-30R)
(Base cabinet)
5 (single
power feed)
10 (dual
power feed)
(Base cabinet
+ expansion
cabinet)
10 (single
power feed)
20 (dual
power feed)
30A-250V 3P, hook type,
locking (NEMA L6-30R)
Embedded type: 3320-L6
<American Denki>
Exposed type: 3321-L6
<American Denki>
3.0m
(9.8 feet)
Parallel 2P+E
(conforming to
NEMA5-15P)
1 (FST)
15A-125V (conforming to
NEMA5-15R)
3.0m
(9.8 feet)
NEMA L6-30P 2
(Base cabinet)
5 (single
power feed)
10 (dual
power feed)
(Base cabinet
+ expansion
cabinet)
10 (single
power feed)
20 (dual
power feed)
NEMA L6-30R (North
America only)
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TABLE 3-8
Name
Destination
SPARC
Enterprise
M9000
server
Europe
Specifications (Single-Phase Power Supply Connections) (3 of 3)
Power cable
length 1
3.0m
(9.8 feet)
Plug geometry
EN60309 (32A)
Number of
plugs
(Base cabinet)
5 (single
power feed)
10 (dual
power feed)
(Base cabinet
+ expansion
cabinet)
10 (single
power feed)
20 (dual
power feed
Outlet in facility
EN60309 (32A)
1 The power cable length is the length from the cable port on the cabinet to the outlet plug.
2 Plugs for the North American and general overseas markets must be replaced locally in accordance with local electrical standards as
required. Make sure that a qualified electrical engineer performs the replacement work.
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3.4.1.3
Three-Phase Power Supply
Power Cabinet
Input #1
M8000/M9000
Input #0
Dual power feed Base power feed
distribution board distribution board
AC200-240V
FIGURE 3-6
AC200-240V
Three-Phase Delta Power Supply Connections
Note – The basic power bus and dual system power bus must be connected to
different AC power supplies.
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Power Cable Connection Specifications
Part of the local electrical work for three-phase power feed is connecting the power
cable from the power distribution board directly to the Power Cabinet terminal
board.
Make sure that the facility administrator or a qualified electrical engineer performs
the electrical work.
Power Cabinet
ACS for dual power feed
ACS for base power feed
Cover
Compression
terminal (x8)
Bolt diameter: M8
(L1/L2/L3/FG)
Remove the
cover
FG
(
Mark)
FIGURE 3-7
3-18
Three-Phase Delta Power Supply Connections
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Power cable
M8000: AWG8
M9000: AWG6
3.4.1.4
Three-Phase Star Power Supply
Power Cabinet
Dual power feed
distribution board
AC380-415V
FIGURE 3-8
M8000/M9000
Base power feed
distribution board
AC380-415V
Three-Phase Star Power Supply Connections
Note – The basic power bus and dual system power bus must be connected to
different AC power supplies.
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Environmental and Electrical Specifications
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Power Cable Connection Specifications
Part of the local electrical work for three-phase power feed is connecting the power
cable from the power distribution board directly to the Power Cabinet terminal
board.
Make sure that the facility administrator or a qualified electrical engineer performs
the electrical work.
Power Cabinet
ACS for dual power feed
ACS for base power feed
Cover
Compression terminal (x10)
Bolt diameter: M6
(L1/L2/L3/N/FG)
Remove the
cover
Power cable
M8000: AWG10
FG
(
FIGURE 3-9
3-20
M9000: AWG8
Mark)
Three-Phase Star Power Supply Connections
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3.4.2
Circuit Breaker Capacity and Characteristics
As a condition for maintaining the linked protection that would trip a system circuit
breaker before a circuit breaker in your distribution panel in the SPARC Enterprise
M8000/M9000 servers, the circuit breakers in your distribution panel must have the
characteristic described below. Use circuit breakers that have these characteristics in
your distribution panel.
3.4.2.1
Circuit Breaker Capacity of Customer Panel Board
TABLE 3-9
Circuit Breaker Capacity of Customer Panel Board
Circuit breaker capacity of
customer panel board
(Japan/North
America/Oversea in general)
Capacity of customer panel
board (Europe)
Power supply input
Name of device
Single phase
(AC200-240V)
SPARC Enterprise M8000
server
30A
32A
SPARC Enterprise M9000
server
30A
32A
SPARC Enterprise M8000
server
50A
50A
SPARC Enterprise M9000
server
80A
80A
SPARC Enterprise M8000
server
30A
30A
SPARC Enterprise M9000
server
50A
50A
3 phase delta
(AC200-240)
3 phase star
(AC380-415V)
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3.4.2.2
Blockade Character of Circuit Breaker
The blockade character of the circuit breaker is long-time delay type. Use a circuit
breaker which is equivalent to, or slower than, blockade character D (IEC898 or
DIN0651 part II) of FIGURE 3-10.
180
120
60
40
Minute
20
10
6
4
2
Operating time
1
40
20
10
6
4
2
1
0.6
0.4
Second
0.2
B
C
D
0.1
0.06
0.04
0.02
0.01
1
1.5 2
3
4 5 6 7 8 10
15 20
30 40 50
80 100
Current (scaled in relation to rated current)
FIGURE 3-10
3-22
Circuit Breaker Characteristics of Customers' Power Distribution Boards
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3.4.3
Grounding
Grounding for Single-phase Power Supply
SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 servers used with a single-phase power supply
ships with a grounded (three-wire) power cable.
The power cable must always be connected to a power outlet that has a grounding
receptacle.
Grounding for Three-phase Power Supply
The power cable is not supplied with three-phase power supply SPARC Enterprise
M8000/M9000 servers.
Since different grounding methods are used depending on the building where the
system is installed, check the grounding type and refer to related documents (e.g.,
IEC documents) in order to use the correct grounding method. Make sure that the
facility administrator or a qualified electrical engineer verifies the grounding method
for the building and performs the grounding work.
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Abbreviations
A
E
ACS
AC Section
ACSTPH
ACS Three-Phase
B
BP
Backplane
BUI
Browser User Interface
C
EMI
Electromagnetic Interference
F
FAN
FAN Unit
FRU
Field Replaceable Unit
H
HDD
Hard disk drive
CMB
CPU Memory Board
CMU
CPU/Memory Board Unit
I
CLI
Command Line Interface
IOB
I/O Board
CLKU
Clock Control Unit
IOU
I/O Unit
CPUM
CPU Module
IOUA
IOU Onboard Device Card_A
M
D
DAT
Digital Audio Tape
MAC
Memory Access Controller
DDC
DC to DC Converter
MEDBP
Media Backplane
DPF
Dual Power Feed
DR
Dynamic Reconfiguration
O
OBP
OpenBoot PROM
OPNL
Operator Panel
Abbreviations-1
P
PCICS
PCI Cassette
PCI-ES
PCI-Express Short
PFC
Power Factor Correction
PHP
PCI Hot Plug
POST
Power-On Self-Test
PSU
Power Supply Unit
R
RCI
Remote Cabinet Interface
RDPF
Rack-mountable Dual Power Feed
S
SAS
Serial Attached SCSI
SATA
Serial ATA (Advanced Technology
Attachment)
SC
System Controller
SNSU
Sensor Unit
SWBP
Switch Backplane
T
TAPEU
Tape drive unit
U
UPS
Uninterruptible Power Supply
X
XBU
Crossbar Unit
XSCF
eXtended System Control Facility
XSCFU
eXtended System Control Facility
Unit
Abbreviations-2
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Index
A
D
Access route, 1-2
planning, 1-31
Air conditioning
floor openings, 1-29
requirements, 3-8
underfloor, 1-29
definitions
signals, 2-8
Device
power supply, 3-12
Dimensions
external, 1-5
C
E
Cabinet
stabilization, 1-32
stabilizing, 1-2
Circuit breaker
blockade character, 3-22
capacity, 3-21
characteristics, 3-21
Components
capacities, 1-4
CMU, 1-4
Footprint, 1-23
functions, 1-4
system, 1-1, 1-4
Configuration
network, 2-3
Connection
power cable, 3-14, 3-18, 3-20
Cooling
airflow, 3-9
heat dissipation, 3-9
specifications, 3-8
electrical specifications, 2-10
Environment, 1-2
F
Facility power
requirements, 3-12
G
Grounding, 3-23
single-phase, 3-23
three-phase, 3-23
H
Heat dissipation
airflow, 3-9
cooling, 3-9
Humidity
computer room, 3-3
limits, 3-2
recommended, 3-2
relative, 3-2
Index-1
three-phase, 3-4, 3-17
three-phase star, 3-19
I
Installation specifications, 1-5
M
R
M8000
appearance, 1-7
floor openings, 1-23
footprint, 1-23
installation area, 1-13
M9000
appearance, 1-9
floor openings, 1-29
footprint, 1-25
installation area, 1-19
Requirements
environmental, 1-2, 3-1
facility power, 3-12
vibration, 3-4
N
Network
configuration, 2-3
specifications, 1-1
system control, 2-3
Network connection
planning, 2-1
setup, 2-2
O
overview
UPS interface, 2-7
P
Physical specifications, 1-1, 1-2
Power
cabinet, 1-5
circuit breakers, 1-3
facility, 1-3
feed, 1-4
outlets, 1-3
redundancy, 1-4
single-phase, 1-3, 1-5
three-phase, 1-5
Power cable
connection, 3-14, 3-18, 3-20
Power supplies
single-phase, 3-5
three-phase delta, 3-7
three-phase star, 3-8
Power supply
single-phase, 3-4, 3-12
Index-2
S
Setup
domain, 2-3
platform, 2-3
signal cables, 2-7
Space required
system transport, 1-31
Specifications
air conditioning, 3-8
cooling, 3-8
electrical, 2-1, 3-1, 3-4
environmental, 2-1, 3-1
installation, 1-5
network, 1-1
physical, 1-1, 1-2
size, 1-13
space, 1-13
Stabilization
cabinet, 1-32
System
appearance, 1-7, 1-9
components, 1-1, 1-4
installation space, 1-13
management, 1-1
System transport
space required, 1-31
T
Temperature
computer room, 3-3
limits, 3-2
recommended, 3-2
U
UPC connector
cable connector, 2-11
definitions of signals, 2-8
electrical specifications, 2-10
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signal cables, 2-7
signal line configuration, 2-8
V
Ventilation
underfloor, 3-3
Vibration
requirements, 3-4
X
XSCF configuration
basic, 2-4
maximum, 2-6
restricted, 2-5
Index-3
Index-4
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