DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Series Master Index Order Number: EK–KN430–MI. A01

DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Series Master Index Order Number: EK–KN430–MI. A01
DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Series
Master Index
Order Number: EK–KN430–MI. A01
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First Printing, January 1993
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Preface
Purpose of This Index
The Master Index is intended to help you find information in the DEC 4000
AXP Customer Kit and the DEC 4000 AXP Service and Self-Maintenance Kit.
Who Should Use This Index
This index is for system managers and others who perform system
management tasks; for Digital service representatives; for engineers who
are designing equipment that interfaces to the DEC 4000 AXP system; and for
general users of the system.
Structure of This Index
This index contains entries for the following documents. A key is used to
designate each document.
•
DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Owner’s Guide—OWNR
•
DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Service Guide—SVCE
•
DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Technical Manual—TECH
The master index also contains pointers to the following additional documents:
•
DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Site Preparation
•
DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Quick Installation
•
DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Options Guide
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Finding the Documents and Courses You Need
On the front page of this guide, an ‘‘Information Map’’ shows you how the DEC
4000 AXP information products are organized. Documents can be ordered
separately or as complete kits.
Two DEC 4000 AXP documentation kits are available: a Customer Kit and
a Service and Self-Maintenance Kit. To order a kit, use the appropriate kit
part number shown in Table 1 and 2. Order individual documents by the
document’s part number.
The kit contents are as follows:
Table 1 Customer Documentation Kit: EK–KN430–KT
Document
Part Number
DEC 4000 AXP Quick Installation
EK–KN430–IN
DEC 4000 AXP Information Map
EK–KN430–IM
DEC 4000 AXP Site Preparation
Checklist
EK–KN430–SP
DEC 4000 AXP Owner’s Guide
EK–KN430–OP
Table 2 Service and Self-Maintenance Kit: EK–KN430–DK
Document
Part Number
DEC 4000 AXP Quick Installation
EK–KN430–IN
DEC 4000 AXP Information Map
EK–KN430–IM
DEC 4000 AXP Service Guide
EK–KN430–SV
DEC 4000 AXP Options Guide
EK–KN430–OG
DEC 4000 AXP IPB: Enclosure
EK–EN430–IP
DEC 4000 AXP IPB: Mass Storage
EK–MS430–IP
DEC 4000 AXP IPB: Pedestal System
EK–SY430–IP
DEC 4000 AXP Master Index
EK–KN430–MI
DEC 4000 AXP Technical Manual
EK–KN430–TM
DSSI VAXcluster Installation and
Troubleshooting
EK–410AA–MG
You may also wish to order related Alpha AXP or DEC 4000 AXP documents
or take relevant courses. The following table lists some additional documents,
periodicals, and courses.
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Table 3 Related Documents and Courses
Document
Part Number
Alpha AXP Systems Handbook
1
Systems and Options Catalog1
DEC 4000 AXP Information Sheet1
EC–F2006–41
1
Digital’s Customer Update
Digital Insight1
OpenVMS Alpha V.1 Installation Manual
AA–PQYSA–TE
Guide to Installing DEC OSF/1
AA–PS2DA–TE
Courses
Part Number
DEC 4000 AXP System Installation and
Troubleshooting
EY–I090E–CO (Digital Services)
Alpha Architecture Concepts
EY–K725E–MT, –TK
Futurebus+ Concepts
EY–F479E–CO (Digital Services)
1 Contact
your Digital sales representative for availability.
For complete ordering instructions, see ‘‘How to Order Documents and
Courses,’’ at the back of this book.
For customer convenience, the DEC 4000 AXP Model 600 Owner’s Guide is
available on CD–ROM, as well as in hardcopy. The CD–ROM order number is
QA–03XAA–H8.
To assist Digital service representatives, the complete DEC 4000 AXP
information set is available through TIMA (Digital’s Technical Information
Management Architecture) as printable PostScript files. In addition, the
Service Guide and Owner’s Guide are available through TIMA in Bookreader
format.
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Index
A
A32 Futurebus+ address space, TECH, 15–1
A64 Futurebus+ address space, TECH, 15–2
A-box control register, TECH, 4–23
A-box IPRs, TECH, 4–19
A-BOX_CTL, TECH, 4–23
Acceptance testing, SVCE, 361
Access doors, TECH, 1–5
Accessories box, OWNR, 8–2
AC circuit breaker, OWNR, 1–9
AC power connector port, TECH, 1–48
Adapters, mass storage, OWNR, 7–10
ADDER, TECH, 18–47
Address decoding
SCSI controller, TECH, 16–1
Addresses
D-bus microcontroller, TECH, 1–43
I/O port to serial control bus, TECH,
1–43
memory module serial bus, TECH, 1–43
OCP serial bus, TECH, 1–43
PSC 8-bit register, TECH, 1–43
See Drive addresses
Ethernet
vterm 8-bit register, TECH, 1–43
256X8 NVRAM, TECH, 1–43
Address field, TECH, 19–11
for 1-MB cache, TECH, 19–11
for 4-MB cache, TECH, 19–11
Addressing, TECH, 3–1
Lbus, TECH, 16–1
Address mapping, TECH, 13–1
Address space, TECH, 19–1
Algorithms
bootstrap, TECH, 23–2
update vs. invalidate, TECH, 5–19
ALLCLASS parameter, OWNR, 6–27;
SVCE, 667
Allocation classes, changing, OWNR, 6–24
alloc command, TECH, D–2
Alpha AXP architecture, TECH, 3–1
See System architecture
Alpha AXP chip
See DECchip 21064 microprocessor
Alternate processor mode register, TECH,
4–24
ALT_MODE, TECH, 4–24
ANALYZE/ERROR command, SVCE, 398
Antistatic wrist strap, OWNR, 8–6
Arbitration signals, TECH, 19–9
Architecture
See System architecture
ASTER, TECH, 4–17
ASTRR, TECH, 4–15
Asynchronous system trap enable register,
TECH, 4–17
Asynchronous trap request register, TECH,
4–15
ASYNC_RESET L, TECH, 19–17
ASYNC_RESET_L, TECH, 21–5
Autoboot, OWNR, 4–5
AUTO_ACTION, TECH, 24–2
auto_action environment variable
described, OWNR, 4–2
displaying current value, OWNR, 4–5
setting, OWNR, 4–6
settings, OWNR, 4–4
Index–1
auto_action environment variable (cont’d)
uses of, OWNR, 4–5
Auxiliary serial line, TECH, 16–2
Auxiliary serial port, TECH, 16–2; OWNR,
2–2; SVCE, 691
changing baud rate setting, OWNR, 4–15
AUX_CTRL, TECH, 16–4
AUX_Data register, TECH, 16–4
Availability, system, OWNR, 6–5
B
BA640 enclosure
components, SVCE, 548
description, TECH, 1–5
front and rear, SVCE, 555
Backplane
diagram, SVCE, 554
removal and replacement, SVCE, 535
Backplane assembly, TECH, 1–10
Backup cache, TECH, 5–1
access time, TECH, 5–17
behavior on tag control parity error,
TECH, 9–7
behavior on tag parity errors, TECH, 9–7
initialization, TECH, 11–1
memory devices, TECH, 1–21
Backup cache control register, TECH, 5–3
Backup cache correctable error address
register, TECH, 5–11
Backup cache correctable error register,
TECH, 5–8
Backup cache tag register, TECH, 4–36
Backup cache uncorrectable error address
register, TECH, 5–15
Backup cache uncorrectable error register,
TECH, 5–12
BARRIER, TECH, 7–1
BARRIER transaction, TECH, 7–6
Baud rate, changing, OWNR, 8–8
on auxiliary serial port, OWNR, 4–15
temporarily, on console terminal port,
OWNR, 4–15
Index–2
Baud rates, TECH, 1–9
auxiliary serial port, SVCE, 691
console serial port, SVCE, 686
Bcache
See Backup cache
BCCEA, TECH, 5–11
BCREQ L, TECH, 19–10
BC_TAG, TECH, 4–36
bin command, TECH, D–3
BIP flag, TECH, 24–2
BIU, TECH, 19–1
BIU_ADDR, TECH, 4–32
BIU_CTL, TECH, 4–26
BIU_STAT, TECH, 4–31
Block count, TECH, 23–5
Block diagrams
I/O expansion area, TECH, 1–37
I/O module, TECH, 1–22
initialization, TECH, 21–2
KN430 CPU subsystem, TECH, 1–15
KN430 processor module, TECH, 1–18
mass storage area, TECH, 1–34
operator control panel, TECH, 1–7
power supply, TECH, 1–39
Boot block calling interface, TECH, 23–4
boot command, TECH, D–4; OWNR, 3–5
bootdef_dev environment variable
described, OWNR, 4–2
disabling, OWNR, 4–9
displaying current value, OWNR, 4–7
setting, OWNR, 4–7
Boot devices, TECH, 23–5; SVCE, 164
changing default, OWNR, 4–7, 4–9
disabling default, OWNR, 4–9
displaying default value, OWNR, 4–7
Boot diagnostic flow, SVCE, 25
Boot failures, troubleshooting, SVCE, 18
Boot flags
default value, OWNR, 4–10
defined, OWNR, 4–10
displaying current value, OWNR, 4–12
setting, OWNR, 4–13
when to change, OWNR, 4–12
Booting
BOOTP, TECH, 23–8
disk, TECH, 23–6
Ethernet, TECH, 23–6
MOP, TECH, 23–7
tape, TECH, 23–6
Booting system software screen, OWNR,
1–16
Boot message register format, TECH, 17–26
Boot parameters, TECH, 23–5
BOOTP booting, TECH, 23–8
BOOTP bootstrap, TECH, 23–10
Boot procedure, OWNR, 1–15
Boot processor, TECH, 23–2
Boot sequence, SVCE, 146
cold bootstrap, SVCE, 150
loading software, SVCE, 154
multiprocessor bootstrap, SVCE, 162
warm bootstrap, SVCE, 158
Bootstrap, TECH, 23–2
BOOTP, TECH, 23–10
cold start flag, TECH, 23–2
Bootstrap in progress flag, TECH, 23–2
boot_osflags environment variable
default value, OWNR, 4–10
described, OWNR, 4–2
displaying current value, OWNR, 4–12
setting, OWNR, 4–13
when to change, OWNR, 4–12
Bus
Futurebus+, TECH, 1–36
secondary, TECH, 1–33
serial control, SVCE, 581
system, TECH, 1–29; SVCE, 559
Buses, storage
extending, OWNR, 6–18
extending fast SCSI, OWNR, 6–18
named by compartment, OWNR, 6–8
terminating and extending, OWNR, 6–20
Bus expansion ports
described, OWNR, 6–18
location of, OWNR, 6–19
Bus interface control unit register, TECH,
4–26
Bus interface unit, TECH, 19–1
Bus interface unit address register, TECH,
4–32
Bus interface unit status register, TECH,
4–31
Bus master
serial control bus, TECH, 1–43
Byte, TECH, 3–1
Byte offset
as address argument, TECH, 25–8
Byte stream, TECH, 25–7
See device
Byte swapping
using the eval command (example),
TECH, 25–15
C
C3 revision register, TECH, 6–18
Cable guide, location, OWNR, 1–5
Cache block merge buffer, TECH, 5–17
Cache block prefetch, lack of, TECH, 5–22
Cache invalidate management, TECH, 8–1
Cache line buffers, TECH, 1–22
Cache line format, TECH, 19–3
Cache protocol, TECH, 19–3
CAD<127:0>, TECH, 19–10
Caddy
See Compact disc caddy
CAD parity coverage, TECH, 19–13
CA L, TECH, 19–14
Callbacks, TECH, 23–3
Card cage
contents, OWNR, 6–6
lights, OWNR, 1–8
location, OWNR, 1–7
Cartridges
See CompacTape cartridges;
CompacTape II cartridges;
CompacTape III cartridges; Tape drive
media
Index–3
cat command, TECH, D–6
cat el command, SVCE, 100
cbcc command, TECH, D–7
CC, TECH, 4–25
CCITT V.10, TECH, 16–2
CCITT V.28, TECH, 16–2
CC_CTL, TECH, 4–25
CDIRTY L, TECH, 19–15
cdp command, TECH, D–9; OWNR, 3–7,
6–26; SVCE, 656
CD register, TECH, 16–5
Central processing unit
See CPU
CERR1, TECH, 13–11
CERR2, TECH, 13–17
CERR3, TECH, 13–18
CHALT L, TECH, 19–18
Characters, control, supported in console
mode, OWNR, 2–8
Characters, keyboard, supported in console
mode, OWNR, 2–6, 2–8
check command, TECH, D–11
Checksum, TECH, 23–5
Chips
85C30, TECH, 16–2
accessing internal registers, TECH,
16–3
87C652
startup, TECH, 21–6
system bus interface, TECH, 6–1
chmod command, TECH, D–12
chown command, TECH, D–13
CID<2:0>, TECH, 19–13
CINT_TIM, TECH, 19–17
CIRQ L<1:0>, TECH, 19–17
clear command, TECH, D–14
clear_mop_counter command, SVCE, 261
Clock frequencies
151.51 Mhz, TECH, 1–33
Clocking signals, TECH, 19–18
Clocks, TECH, 1–33
differential clock signals, TECH, 1–33
ECL, TECH, 1–33
generation, TECH, 1–33
interval timer interrupt, TECH, 1–31
Index–4
Clocks (cont’d)
PECL, TECH, 1–21
power/detect, TECH, 1–21
system bus, TECH, 1–21, 6–22
TOY registers, TECH, 1–25
cmp command, TECH, D–15
Cold bootstrap, SVCE, 150
Command address cycle format, TECH,
19–6
Command and address format, TECH, 19–9
Command CID assignments, TECH, 19–13
Commander, TECH, 1–29, 19–19
Commands
See also Console commands
alloc, TECH, D–2
bin, TECH, D–3
boot, TECH, D–4
cat, TECH, D–6
cbcc, TECH, D–7
cdp, TECH, D–9
check, TECH, D–11
chmod, TECH, D–12
chown, TECH, D–13
clear, TECH, D–14
cmp, TECH, D–15
continue, TECH, D–17
crc, TECH, D–18
date, TECH, D–19
deposit, TECH, D–20
diagnostic, summarized, SVCE, 281
diagnostic-related, SVCE, 176
dynamic, TECH, D–23
echo, TECH, D–25
edit, TECH, D–26
eval, TECH, D–29
examine, TECH, D–31
exer, TECH, D–34
exer_read, TECH, D–40
exer_write, TECH, D–41
exit, TECH, D–42
fbus_diag, TECH, D–43
fbus_sizer, TECH, D–45
find_field, TECH, D–46
firmware console, functions of, SVCE, 41
free, TECH, D–47
Commands (cont’d)
grep, TECH, D–48
hd, TECH, D–50
help, TECH, D–51
initialize, TECH, D–53
io_diag, TECH, D–54
kill, TECH, D–55
kill_diags, TECH, D–56
line, TECH, D–57
ls, TECH, D–58
memexer, TECH, D–59
memexer_mp, TECH, D–60
memtest, TECH, D–61
net, TECH, D–64
nettest, TECH, D–67
ps, TECH, D–70
psc, TECH, D–71
rm, TECH, D–72
sa, TECH, D–73
semaphore, TECH, D–74
set, TECH, D–75, D–77
sh, TECH, D–79
show, TECH, D–80, D–83, D–84, D–85,
D–87, D–89, D–90, D–91, D–92
show_status, TECH, D–93
sleep, TECH, D–94
sort, TECH, D–95
sp, TECH, D–96
start, TECH, D–97
stop, TECH, D–98
sw, TECH, D–99
test, TECH, D–100
to examine system configuration, SVCE,
612
to perform extended testing and
exercising, SVCE, 174
to report status and errors, SVCE, 173
to set and examine DSSI device
parameters, SVCE, 647
tr, TECH, D–102
uniq, TECH, D–103
update, TECH, D–104
used as abbreviations, TECH, 25–8
wc, TECH, D–106
CompacTape cartridges
compatibility with TZ30, OWNR, 5–29
compatibility with TZ85, OWNR, 5–22
handling and storage, OWNR, 5–39
inserting into TZ30, OWNR, 5–32
inserting into TZ85, OWNR, 5–24
label position, OWNR, 5–38
removing from TZ30, OWNR, 5–34
removing from TZ85, OWNR, 5–26
CompacTape II cartridges
compatibility with TZ30, OWNR, 5–29
compatibility with TZ85, OWNR, 5–22
inserting into TZ30, OWNR, 5–32
inserting into TZ85, OWNR, 5–24
label position, OWNR, 5–38
removing from TZ30, OWNR, 5–34
removing from TZ85, OWNR, 5–26
CompacTape III cartridges
compatibility with TZ30, OWNR, 5–29
compatibility with TZ85, OWNR, 5–22
inserting into TZ85, OWNR, 5–24
label position, OWNR, 5–38
removing from TZ85, OWNR, 5–26
Compact disc caddy
handling and storage, OWNR, 5–38
loading a disc into, OWNR, 5–14
Compact disc drive, supported by UETP,
SVCE, 333
Compact disc drives
See also RRD42 drives
operating, OWNR, 5–12
Compatibility, system, with OpenVMS AXP
and DEC OSF/1 AXP, OWNR, 7–3
Conditional branching
in if, while, until loops, TECH, 25–15
Configuration, OWNR, 6–2
DSSI VMScluster, OWNR, 6–4
dual CPU, OWNR, 6–4
errors, SVCE, 288
examining, SVCE, 612
of environment variables, SVCE, 635
Configuration rules
fixed-media, SVCE, 602
removable-media, SVCE, 606
Index–5
Connectors
CPU clock, TECH, 19–8
memory, TECH, 1–29
Console
diagnostic flow, SVCE, 23
firmware commands, SVCE, 41
preparing for BOOTP boot, TECH, 23–8
reporting failures, SVCE, 18
services, TECH, 1–46
troubleshooting, SVCE, 18
Console command option -n
specifying repeat count, TECH, 25–9
Console commands
See also specific commands
cdp, SVCE, 656
clear_mop_counter, SVCE, 261
contrasted with VAX, TECH, 25–4
contrasted with VAX commands, OWNR,
3–3
diagnostic and related, summarized,
SVCE, 281
displaying, OWNR, 3–3
editing, OWNR, 2–6
entering, OWNR, 3–3
exer_read, SVCE, 226
exer_write, SVCE, 235
extending to a second line, OWNR, 2–6
fbus_diag, SVCE, 245
frequently used (table), TECH, 25–4
kill, SVCE, 274
kill_diags, SVCE, 274
levels, OWNR, 3–1
list of, OWNR, 3–1
memexer, SVCE, 214
memexer_mp, SVCE, 220
recalling, OWNR, 2–6
set bootdef_dev, SVCE, 645
set boot_osflags, SVCE, 645
set envar, SVCE, 638
set host -dup, SVCE, 287
show auto_action, SVCE, 645
show config, SVCE, 614
show device, SVCE, 619
show device du pu, SVCE, 648
show envar, SVCE, 638
Index–6
Console commands (cont’d)
show error, SVCE, 205
show fru, SVCE, 185
show memory, SVCE, 630
show_mop_counter, SVCE, 256
show_status, SVCE, 196
summarized, TECH, 25–18
test, SVCE, 177
Console diagnostics
structure of, TECH, 1–45
Console EEPROM, TECH, 1–46
Console event log, SVCE, 100
Console mode
See also Console program
control characters supported in, OWNR,
2–8
defined, OWNR, 1–10
invoking, OWNR, 1–18
invoking from across the Ethernet,
OWNR, 2–5
invoking from a powered-down state,
OWNR, 2–4
invoking from a remote device, OWNR,
2–5
keyboard characters, supported, OWNR,
2–6
online help in, OWNR, 3–3
prompt, OWNR, 2–6
uses of, OWNR, 2–1
Console port, testing, SVCE, 267
Console port baud rate, SVCE, 685
Console program, OWNR, 2–2
Console prompt, OWNR, 2–6
Console serial line, TECH, 16–2
Console serial port, SVCE, 686
Console serial ports, TECH, 16–2
Console shell operators (table), TECH,
25–16
Console subsystem
components, OWNR, 2–2, 2–3
finding additional information about,
OWNR, 3–25
Console tasks
examining and depositing stuff, TECH,
25–7
Console tasks (cont’d)
examining registers, TECH, 25–9
Console terminal, OWNR, 2–2
remote, OWNR, 2–2, 2–5
Console terminal port, OWNR, 2–2
changing baud rate setting, OWNR, 4–15
continue command, TECH, D–17; OWNR,
3–10
Continuous system bus transactions, TECH,
1–30
Control characters, OWNR, 2–8
Controls, accessing, OWNR, 1–2
Control store, TECH, 5–1
CON_CTRL, TECH, 16–5
CPU 2ID L, TECH, 19–18
CPU clock connector
initialization signal, TECH, 19–17
CPUG L, TECH, 19–10
CPU LEDs
and CRESET L, TECH, 21–4
CPU module, SVCE, 562
adapter, OWNR, 7–10
benefits of two, OWNR, 6–4
DEC 4000 AXP design, OWNR, 7–2
described, OWNR, 7–6
location of, OWNR, 1–7
removal and replacement, SVCE, 525
subsystems, TECH, 2–2
transactions, TECH, 7–1
CPUREQ L, TECH, 19–10
CPU specific buffer, TECH, 5–17
CPU subsystem components, OWNR, 7–6
CPU system bus register definitions, TECH,
6–1
Crash dumps, SVCE, 47
crc command, TECH, D–18
Creating scripts
using the output creation operator (>),
TECH, 25–13
CRESET L, TECH, 6–21, 19–18
and the system bus clock, TECH, 6–22
CRESET_L, TECH, 21–5
CSHARED L, TECH, 19–15
CSR0, TECH, 5–3
CSR1, TECH, 5–8
CSR10, TECH, 6–13
CSR11, TECH, 6–14
CSR2, TECH, 5–11
CSR3, TECH, 5–12
CSR4, TECH, 5–15
CSR5, TECH, 5–20
CSR6, TECH, 6–1
CSR7, TECH, 6–4
CSR8, TECH, 6–10
CSR9, TECH, 6–11
CSR map, TECH, 17–1
CSR read time, TECH, 1–33
CSTALL0 L and CSTALL1 L, TECH, 19–14
CSYS_EVENT L, TECH, 19–17
CTEST0, TECH, 18–24
CTEST1, TECH, 18–25
CTEST2, TECH, 18–26
CTEST3, TECH, 18–27
CTEST4, TECH, 18–28
CTEST5, TECH, 18–29
CTEST6, TECH, 18–31
CTEST7, TECH, 18–32
CTEST8, TECH, 18–37
Ctrl/A, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/C, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/E, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/H, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/O, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/P, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/Q, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/R, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/S, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Index–7
Ctrl/U, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/X, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
Ctrl/Z, function in console mode, OWNR,
2–8
CUCERR L, TECH, 19–17
CXACK L, TECH, 19–14
Cycle counter control register, TECH, 4–25
Cycle counter register, TECH, 4–25
C_ERR, TECH, 14–2
C_ERR L, TECH, 19–16
D
Data cache status register, TECH, 4–29
Data delivered to I/O is known bad error,
SVCE, 450
Data integrity, TECH, 5–22
Data store, TECH, 5–2
Data translation buffer ASM register,
TECH, 4–22
Data translation buffer invalidate signal
register, TECH, 4–22
Data translation buffer page table entry
register, TECH, 4–19
Data translation buffer page table entry
temporary register, TECH, 4–20
Data translation buffer zap register, TECH,
4–22
Data types, TECH, 3–1
Data width options, TECH, 25–8
Data wrap, TECH, 1–30
Data write, TECH, 1–43
Date, setting, OWNR, 3–11
date command, TECH, D–19; OWNR, 3–11
DBC, TECH, 18–39
D-bus, TECH, 6–19
DC3, TECH, 1–42
DC5, TECH, 1–42
DCMD, TECH, 18–39
DCNTL, TECH, 18–45
DC on/off switch, TECH, 1–8; OWNR, 1–6
Index–8
DC_STAT, TECH, 4–29
DDS tapes
and TLZ06 drive, OWNR, 5–16
inserting into TLZ06, OWNR, 5–18
label position, OWNR, 5–38
removing from TLZ06, OWNR, 5–18
DECchip 21064 microprocessor, OWNR,
7–2; SVCE, 566
A-box, TECH, 4–19
cycle types, TECH, 7–1
features, TECH, 4–1
startup, TECH, 21–6
supported data types, TECH, 4–1
transactions
allocate-invalid, TECH, 7–8
BARRIER, TECH, 7–6
cacheable, TECH, 7–7
fast external cache read hit, TECH,
7–2
fast external cache write hit, TECH,
7–3
FETCH, TECH, 7–7
FETCHM, TECH, 7–7
LDxL, TECH, 7–6
non-cacheable, TECH, 7–7
READ_BLOCK, TECH, 7–4
STxC, TECH, 7–6
WRITE_BLOCK, TECH, 7–5
DECchip TM
startup code, TECH, 1–45
DECnet protocol, OWNR, 2–5
DECnet–VAX, preparing for UETP, SVCE,
339
DEC OSF/1 AXP operating system
booting software on, OWNR, 1–16
compatibility with DEC 4000 AXP,
OWNR, 7–3
shutdown, OWNR, 1–17
DEC VET
operating system exerciser, SVCE, 45
tests, SVCE, 299
Default boot device
changing, OWNR, 4–7, 4–9
disabling, OWNR, 4–9
displaying, OWNR, 4–7
Default boot device (cont’d)
setting, OWNR, 4–9
Default startup action, setting, OWNR, 4–6
deposit command, TECH, D–20
accessing physical memory (example),
TECH, 25–8
Descriptor lists, TECH, 17–28
Descriptors and buffers format, TECH,
17–28
Device, TECH, 25–7
Device naming convention, SVCE, 619
Devices
changing drive ID plugs, OWNR, 6–23
changing DSSI device parameters,
OWNR, 6–24
connecting external, OWNR, 6–18
displaying status of in console mode,
OWNR, 6–13
platform-specific (list), TECH, 25–8
DFIFO, TECH, 18–33
DIAGCSR, TECH, 13–20
Diagnostic flows
boot problems, SVCE, 25
console, SVCE, 23
errors reported by operating system,
SVCE, 26
power, SVCE, 21
problems reported by console, SVCE, 24
Diagnostic mode address registers, TECH,
13–5
Diagnostic mode data registers, TECH, 13–4
Diagnostics
command summary, SVCE, 281
command to terminate, SVCE, 176, 274
DSSI storage devices, SVCE, 284
power-on, SVCE, 62
related commands, SVCE, 176
related commands, summarized, SVCE,
281
relationship to UETP, SVCE, 347
ROM-based, SVCE, 36, 168
showing status of, SVCE, 196
structure of, TECH, 1–45
system LEDs, SVCE, 62
Diagnostic tools, SVCE, 18
DIEN, TECH, 18–43
DIRECT local program, SVCE, 293
Disk drives
See also RRD42 drives
described, OWNR, 5–5
mounting, OWNR, 5–2
operating, OWNR, 5–5
Disk power source voltages, TECH, 1–34
Disks
testing reads, SVCE, 226
testing writes, SVCE, 235
DKUTIL local program, SVCE, 293
DMA watchdog timer register, TECH, 18–44
DMODE, TECH, 18–42
DNA CSMA/CD counters and events support,
TECH, 17–51
DNAD, TECH, 18–40
Documentation, OWNR, 7–11; SVCE, 53
See also the DEC 4000 Information Map
for configuration information, OWNR,
6–33
for console commands, OWNR, 3–25
for maintaining the system, OWNR, 8–10
for mass storage devices, OWNR, 5–42
for preparing the system for use, OWNR,
1–23
Documentation conventions, TECH, xxxii
Doors, system
opening, OWNR, 1–4
removing, OWNR, 8–4
unlocking, OWNR, 1–4
Drive
error conditions, SVCE, 285
removal and replacement, SVCE, 489,
493, 497, 501, 504
Drive addresses, determining, OWNR, 6–8
Drive ID plugs
changing, OWNR, 6–23
function, OWNR, 6–8
using to color-code drives, OWNR, 6–8
when to change, OWNR, 6–22
Driver initialization, TECH, 21–15
Index–9
Drivers
as access mechanisms, TECH, 25–7
for Alpha AXP devices (list), TECH, 25–7
Drives
See Mass storage devices; Tape drives;
Disk drives
DRVEXR local program, SVCE, 293
DRVTST local program, SVCE, 293
DSA, TECH, 18–23
DSP, TECH, 18–40
DSPS, TECH, 18–41
DSSI 3.5-inch disk drive
removal and replacement, SVCE, 501
DSSI 5.25-inch disk drive
removal and replacement, SVCE, 504
DSSI adapters, function of, OWNR, 7–10
DSSI buses, terminating and extending,
OWNR, 6–20
DSSI device allocation classes, changing,
OWNR, 6–24
DSSI device internal tests, SVCE, 284
DSSI device parameters
defined, SVCE, 664
function of, SVCE, 664
list of, SVCE, 664
modifying, SVCE, 656
need to modify parameters for, SVCE,
679
setting and showing, SVCE, 646
use by OpenVMS AXP, SVCE, 674
DSSI devices
changing allocation classes for, OWNR,
6–24
cluster capability, OWNR, 6–4
errors, SVCE, 288
local programs, SVCE, 292
DSSI ID plugs, OWNR, 6–8
See also Drive ID plugs
DSSI parameters, OWNR, 6–26
DSSI storageless tray assembly
removal and replacement, SVCE, 506
DSSI VMScluster configurations, OWNR,
6–4
Index–10
DSTAT, TECH, 18–17
DTBASM, TECH, 4–22
DTBIS, TECH, 4–22
DTBZAP, TECH, 4–22
DTB_PTE, TECH, 4–19
DTB_PTE_TEMP, TECH, 4–20
Dual CPU systems, OWNR, 6–4
DUP driver utility, OWNR, 6–26
Duplicate primary data cache tag store,
TECH, 5–18
Duplicate tag error register, TECH, 5–20
Duplicate tag store initialization, TECH,
11–3
DUP server utility, SVCE, 664
DWT, TECH, 18–45
DWT register, TECH, 18–44
dynamic command, TECH, D–23
D_floating, TECH, 3–5
E
ECHADR<15:0>, TECH, 19–11
echo command, TECH, D–25
ECL clock, TECH, 1–33
EDC
See Error Dectection and Correction
edit command, TECH, D–26; SVCE, 120
EEPROM, TECH, 16–2
command to report errors, SVCE, 205
console, TECH, 1–46
for serial control bus, TECH, 1–47
serial control bus interaction, SVCE, 585
write cycle time, TECH, 1–43
EIA 423, TECH, 16–2
Environment variables, TECH, 23–2
configuring, SVCE, 635
defined, OWNR, 4–1
described, OWNR, 4–2
displaying current status, OWNR, 4–2
preset values, OWNR, 4–2
setting and examining, SVCE, 635
setting before booting, OWNR, 1–14, 4–2
tasks after setting, OWNR, 4–19
tasks before setting, OWNR, 4–4
ERASE local program, SVCE, 293
ERF
interpreting system faults with, SVCE,
411
ERF-generated error log, sample of, SVCE,
469
ERF/UERF error log format, SVCE, 389
Error detection and correction, TECH, 4–37
Error field bit definitions, SVCE, 415
Error formatters
ERF, SVCE, 395
UERF, SVCE, 395
Error handling, SVCE, 34
Error log
ERF sample, SVCE, 469
UERF sample, SVCE, 473
Error log format, SVCE, 391
Error logging, SVCE, 34
event log entry format, SVCE, 389
Error logging EEPROM, TECH, 6–23
Error logs
error field bit definitions for, SVCE, 415
storage device generated, SVCE, 394
Error log translation
DEC OSF/1, SVCE, 405
OpenVMS AXP, SVCE, 398
Error Log Utility
relationship to UETP, SVCE, 314, 349
Error report formatter (ERF), SVCE, 34
Errors
backup cache tag control parity, TECH,
9–7
backup cache uncorrectable, SVCE, 444
bcache data single bit EDC, TECH, 9–7
bcache data uncorrectable EDC, TECH,
9–7
bcache single bit EDC, TECH, 9–15
bcache tag or tag control parity, TECH,
9–8
bcache tag parity, TECH, 9–15
commands to report, SVCE, 185, 205
configuration, SVCE, 288
current CPU BCTC parity error processor
detected, TECH, 9–7
Errors (cont’d)
data delivered to I/O is known bad,
SVCE, 450
DECchip 21064 microprocesor
data bus uncorrectable EDC, TECH,
9–8
DECchip 21064 microprocessor
data bus single bit EDC, TECH, 9–8
EDC, TECH, 4–29
EDC uncorrectable, TECH, 9–9
Futurebus+ DMA parity error, SVCE,
455
Futurebus+ mailbox access parity error,
SVCE, 459
handled by POST, SVCE, 285
hardware 0, TECH, 9–15
hardware interrupt, TECH, 14–2
interpreting UETP failures, SVCE, 347
invalidate system bus address, TECH,
9–9
miscellaneous CPU, TECH, 9–9
multievent analysis of, SVCE, 463
parity, TECH, 4–29
system bus parity, TECH, 9–9, 9–16
system bus read parity, SVCE, 438
tag control store, TECH, 9–8
tag store, TECH, 9–8
TGEC heartbeat collision, TECH, 17–34
UETP, SVCE, 357
uncorrectable EDC, TECH, 9–15
Ethernet
booting, TECH, 23–6
interface selection, TECH, 17–1
invoking console mode across, OWNR,
2–5
loopback tests, SVCE, 271
ports, testing, SVCE, 271
preparing for UETP, SVCE, 337
Ethernet adapter, TECH, 17–1
Ethernet controllers, TECH, 1–24
Ethernet fuses
removal and replacement, SVCE, 527
Ethernet ports, TECH, 1–48; OWNR, 2–2
Index–11
Ethernet station address ROM, TECH,
1–46, 18–48
eval command, TECH, D–29
Event logs, SVCE, 34
examine command, TECH, D–31
accessing pmem device (example), TECH,
25–8
referencing registers, TECH, 25–9
used as abbreviation (example), TECH,
25–8
with address implied, TECH, 25–8
with explicit address, TECH, 25–8
Exception address register, TECH, 4–8
Exception handling, TECH, 9–2
Exceptions, TECH, 9–1
causes, TECH, 9–1
how PALcode handles, SVCE, 367
machine checks, TECH, 9–2
multiple, TECH, 9–1
PALcode 0020 entry characteristics,
TECH, 9–3
PAL priority level, TECH, 9–3
PAL routine behavior, TECH, 9–7
parse tree PALcode entry 0020, TECH,
9–3
Exception summary register, TECH, 4–11
EXC_ADDR, TECH, 4–8
EXC_SUM, TECH, 4–11
exer command, TECH, D–34
exer_read command, TECH, D–40; SVCE,
226
exer_write command, TECH, D–41; SVCE,
235
exit command, TECH, D–42
Expanders
control power bus, SVCE, 609
mass storage, SVCE, 608
External devices, OWNR, 1–11
connecting to the system, OWNR, 6–7
guidelines for connecting, OWNR, 6–18
Index–12
F
F0-F31, TECH, 3–12
F31, TECH, 3–12
Fan failure, SVCE, 68
Fans
removal and replacement, SVCE, 515,
531
Fan startup, TECH, 21–4
Fast External Cache Write Hit, TECH, 7–3
Fast SCSI
described, OWNR, 5–5
extending, OWNR, 6–18
Fast SCSI 3.5-inch disk drive
removal and replacement, SVCE, 489
Fault detection/correction, SVCE, 368
KFA40 I/O module, SVCE, 368
KN430 processor module, SVCE, 368
MS430 memory modules, SVCE, 368
system bus, SVCE, 368
Fault management, TECH, 10–1
Faults, interpreting, SVCE, 411
Fbus
See Futurebus+
fbus_diag command, TECH, D–43; SVCE,
245
fbus_sizer, TECH, D–45
FEPROM, TECH, 1–24, 18–48
code structure, TECH, 1–45
defined, TECH, 1–45
FEPROMS, TECH, 1–45
FEPROM unloading, TECH, 21–10
FERR1, TECH, 13–22
FERR2, TECH, 13–23
FETCH, TECH, 5–22
FETCH cycle, TECH, 7–1
FETCHM, TECH, 5–22
FETCHM cycle, TECH, 7–1
FETCHM transaction, TECH, 7–7
FETCH transaction, TECH, 7–7
FEU, TECH, 1–41
FHVECT, TECH, 13–22
FIFO queue, TECH, 14–1
Fill address register, TECH, 4–33
Fill syndrome register, TECH, 4–34
FILL_ADDR, TECH, 4–33
FILL_SYNDROME, TECH, 4–34
Filtering output
using pipes and grep, TECH, 25–10
find_field command, TECH, D–46
Firmware
console commands, SVCE, 41
console emulation and diagnostics,
TECH, 1–45
defined, TECH, 1–43
diagnostics, SVCE, 168
overview, TECH, 1–43
power-up diagnostics, SVCE, 136
upgrade time, TECH, 1–45
FIVECT, TECH, 13–21
Fixed-disk drives, OWNR, 5–5
See also Disk drives; specific drives
Fixed-media compartments, SVCE, 597
Fixed-media storage
removal and replacement, SVCE, 488
Flags, TECH, 23–5
BIP, TECH, 24–2
bootstrap in progress, TECH, 23–2
cold start, TECH, 23–2
inverse filtering, TECH, 17–40
Flash-erase PROM, TECH, 18–48
Flash PROM
See FEPROM
Floating-point registers, TECH, 3–12
Flow control
syntax for constructs, TECH, 25–14
Flush instruction cache ASM register,
TECH, 4–22
Flush instruction cache register, TECH,
4–22
FLUSH_IC, TECH, 4–22
FLUSH_IC_ASM, TECH, 4–22
FMBPR, TECH, 13–19
free command, TECH, D–47
FRUs
See also Removal and Replacement
FRUs (cont’d)
commands to report errors, SVCE, 185,
205
for repair, SVCE, 544
front, SVCE, 481
rear, SVCE, 523
removal and replacement, SVCE, 478,
481, 523
Fuses, Ethernet, SVCE, 527
Futurebus+
described, OWNR, 7–4, 7–11
features of, SVCE, 587
module location, OWNR, 1–7
option LEDs, SVCE, 86
routing, TECH, 1–13
Futurebus+ adapters, TECH, 15–1
Futurebus+ address space, TECH, 15–1,
15–2
Futurebus+ interrupts, TECH, 14–1
Futurebus+ mailbox command field, TECH,
13–31
Futurebus+ mailbox status field, TECH,
13–33
Futurebus+ module
removal and replacement, SVCE, 525
Futurebus+ slots, TECH, 1–36
F_floating, TECH, 3–3
F_floating load exponent mapping, TECH,
3–3
G
grep command, TECH, 25–10, D–48
See also pipe( | ) command
Grounding wrist strap, OWNR, 8–6
G_floating, TECH, 3–4
H
H7178,
H7179,
H7851,
H7853,
TECH,
TECH,
TECH,
TECH,
1–42
1–42
1–41
1–41
Index–13
Halt button
location, OWNR, 1–6
using, OWNR, 1–18
Halt procedure, OWNR, 1–18
Halt startup action, OWNR, 4–5
Halt switch, TECH, 1–9
and system interrupts, TECH, 14–3
Hang, system, SVCE, 359
Hard errors
defined, TECH, 1–31
Hardware, installing
See the DEC 4000 Quick Installation card
Hardware error interrupts, TECH, 14–2
Hardware interrupt enable register, TECH,
4–16
Hardware interrupt request register, TECH,
4–13
Hardware invalidates, TECH, 5–22
Hardware restart parameter block, TECH,
23–3
hd command, TECH, D–50
Head cleaning, OWNR, 5–40
Head cleaning cassette, OWNR, 5–40
Heartbeat collision check, TECH, 17–34
Help
accessing all types, OWNR, 1–22
accessing in console mode, OWNR, 3–3
types available, OWNR, 1–22
help command, TECH, D–51; OWNR, 3–13
hex dump (example), TECH, 25–9
hex dump command
dumping memory, TECH, 25–9
Hexword read transactions
non-cacheable, TECH, 1–29
Hexword write transactions
non-cacheable, TECH, 1–29
HIER, TECH, 4–16
HIRR, TECH, 4–13
HISTRY local program, SVCE, 293
HWRPB, TECH, 23–3
HWRPB$Q_RESTART, TECH, 24–2
Index–14
I
I/O
for removable media, TECH, 1–2
I/O bus, Futurebus+ features, SVCE, 587
I/O expansion slots, TECH, 1–36
I/O module, SVCE, 577
described, OWNR, 7–7
diagnostic address register map, TECH,
13–5
functional diagram, TECH, 1–22
Futurebus+ diagnostic register map,
TECH, 13–3
hardware error interrupt conditions,
TECH, 14–2
lbus diagnostic register map, TECH,
13–3
location, OWNR, 1–7
register map, TECH, 13–2
removal and replacement, SVCE, 525
I/O panel LEDs, SVCE, 82
I/O redirection
to other devices, TECH, 25–11
I/O subsystem, OWNR, 7–4
I-box internal processor registers, TECH,
4–2
ICCSR, TECH, 4–4
ID, TECH, 18–8
for environment variables, TECH, 23–2
Idle bus, TECH, 19–13
Idle cycles, TECH, 1–30
Imperfect filtering, TECH, 17–42
init command, OWNR, 3–14
init -driver command, SVCE, 120
Initialization, TECH, 21–6; SVCE, 361
and reset, TECH, 11–3
and the backup cache, TECH, 11–1
and the CPU clocks, TECH, 11–3
of the duplicate tag store, TECH, 11–3
of the system bus interface, TECH, 11–3
Initialization flow diagram, TECH, 21–7,
21–9, 21–11
initialization signal, TECH, 19–17
initialize, TECH, D–53
Insert mode, OWNR, 2–8
Installation procedure
See the DEC 4000 Quick Installation card
Installation recommendations, SVCE, 31
Instruction cache control and status register,
TECH, 4–4
Instruction formats, TECH, 3–12
Instruction translation buffer ASM, TECH,
4–10
Instruction translation buffer IS register,
TECH, 4–10
Instruction translation buffer page table
entry register, TECH, 4–3
Instruction translation buffer page table
entry temporary register, TECH, 4–7
Instruction translation buffer zap register,
TECH, 4–10
Interleave, TECH, 1–30
Internal processor register format, TECH,
4–8
Internal processor registers
and initialization, TECH, 11–1
Interprocessor interrupt request register,
TECH, 6–14
Interrupt encoding, TECH, 14–1
Interrupt handling, TECH, 9–10
Interrupts, TECH, 1–31, 9–1, 14–1
and the interrupt vector register, TECH,
14–2
CIRQ_L[0], TECH, 14–2
entry into PALcode, TECH, 9–10
Futurebus+, TECH, 14–1
hardware error, TECH, 14–2
local I/O, TECH, 14–2
non-processor generated, TECH, 9–9
processor generated, TECH, 9–1
TGEC, TECH, 17–45
Interrupts and exceptions
backup cache tag parity error, TECH,
9–7
Invalidates
system bus caused, TECH, 8–1
Inverse_filtering flag, TECH, 17–40
IOCSR, TECH, 13–6
IOG L, TECH, 19–10
IOREQ L, TECH, 19–10
io_diag, TECH, D–54
ISTAT, TECH, 18–34, 18–35
ITBASM, TECH, 4–10
ITBIS, TECH, 4–10
ITBZAP, TECH, 4–10
ITB_PTE, TECH, 4–3
ITB_PTE_TEMP, TECH, 4–7
K
Keyboard, maintenance, OWNR, 8–10
Keyboard characters, supported in console
mode, OWNR, 2–6, 2–8
Keys
See Keyboard characters; System keys
KFA40 I/O module, TECH, 1–22; SVCE,
577
kill command, TECH, D–55; SVCE, 274
kill_diags command, TECH, D–56; SVCE,
274
KN430 CPU, SVCE, 562
KN430 CPU subsystem, TECH, 1–14
KN430 processor, TECH, 2–2
L
Labeling
mass storage media, OWNR, 5–38
system name, OWNR, 8–3
Labels, language, replacing, OWNR, 8–4
language environment variable
changing default, OWNR, 4–14
described, OWNR, 4–2
displaying default, OWNR, 4–14
Language labels, replacing, OWNR, 8–4
Language setting
changing default, OWNR, 4–14
displaying current default, OWNR, 4–14
Lbus addressing, TECH, 16–1
Index–15
Lbus mailbox command field, TECH, 13–35
Lbus mailbox status field, TECH, 13–36
LCRC, TECH, 18–38
LDxL cycle, TECH, 7–2
LDxL transaction, TECH, 7–6
LEDs
functions of, SVCE, 65
Futurebus+ options, SVCE, 86
I/O panel, SVCE, 82
interpreting, SVCE, 62, 64
on options during power-up, SVCE, 43
operator control panel, SVCE, 76
power supply, SVCE, 67
storage device, SVCE, 90
LERR1, TECH, 13–26
LERR2, TECH, 13–27
line command, TECH, D–57
Line printer, preparing for UETP, SVCE,
310, 334
LINT, TECH, 13–24
Listing contents of a script
using cat command, TECH, 25–12
LMBPR, TECH, 13–18
Local I/O bus
routing, TECH, 1–13
Local I/O devices, TECH, 16–1
Local I/O interrupts, TECH, 14–2
Local programs
See Programs, local
Lock registers, TECH, 3–12
Log files
See also UETP.LOG file
accounting, SVCE, 49
console event, SVCE, 49
generated by UETP, SVCE, 352
OLDUETP.LOG, SVCE, 354
operator, SVCE, 49
sethost, SVCE, 49
Logs
event, SVCE, 34
maintenance, SVCE, 61
Longword, TECH, 3–2
Index–16
Longword integer format in FPU, TECH,
3–9
Loopback
and the TGEC, TECH, 17–50
Loopback tests, SVCE, 39, 266
auxiliary serial port, SVCE, 267
command summary, SVCE, 283
Ethernet, SVCE, 271
ls command, TECH, D–58
M
Machine check/interrupts
processor, SVCE, 370
processor corrected, SVCE, 370
system, SVCE, 370
Machine checks, TECH, 9–2
Magnetic tape
preparing for UETP, SVCE, 310, 324
Mailbox, TECH, 13–28
defined, TECH, 1–33
format, TECH, 13–29
mapping, TECH, 16–2
Mailbox pointer register, TECH, 13–29
Maintenance, OWNR, 8–9
of mass storage media and devices,
OWNR, 5–37
of monitor keyboards, OWNR, 8–10
of system unit, OWNR, 8–10
Maintenance log, SVCE, 61
Maintenance strategy, SVCE, 9, 33
field feedback, SVCE, 60
information services, SVCE, 51
service delivery, SVCE, 27
service tools and utilities, SVCE, 33
Mass storage
See also Mass storage devices; Mass
storage media
actions before operating devices, OWNR,
5–2
compartments, location, OWNR, 5–2
configuration rules, SVCE, 602
described, SVCE, 596
devices supported in the DEC 4000 AXP,
OWNR, 5–4
Mass storage (cont’d)
finding additional information on,
OWNR, 5–42
fixed-media, described, SVCE, 597
front panel, TECH, 1–36
media, labeling, OWNR, 5–38
removable-media, described, SVCE, 603
Mass storage adapters, OWNR, 7–10
Mass storage area, TECH, 1–34
Mass storage compartments
bus names, OWNR, 6–8
location, OWNR, 1–5, 5–2
Mass storage devices
See also Drive ID plugs
actions before operating, OWNR, 5–2
changing drive ID plugs, OWNR, 6–23
changing DSSI device parameters,
OWNR, 6–24
cluster capability, OWNR, 6–4
connecting external, OWNR, 6–18
drive ID plugs, OWNR, 6–8
finding additional information on,
OWNR, 5–42
function of, OWNR, 7–10
labeling, OWNR, 5–38
list of, OWNR, 5–4
maintaining, OWNR, 5–37
mounting, OWNR, 5–2
supported in the DEC 4000 AXP, OWNR,
5–4
Mass storage media
labeling, OWNR, 5–38
maintaining, OWNR, 5–37
write-protecting and write-enabling,
OWNR, 5–37
Media
See Mass storage media
memexer command, TECH, D–59; SVCE,
214
memexer_mp command, TECH, D–60;
SVCE, 220
Memory
bad on power-up, TECH, 11–3
configuring, TECH, 26–9
displaying, OWNR, 6–12
Memory, main
exercising, SVCE, 214
Memory exchange transactions, TECH,
19–26
Memory-like locations
defined, TECH, 7–7
Memory management control and status
register, TECH, 4–21
Memory module
displaying information for, SVCE, 630
MS430, SVCE, 575
removal and replacement, SVCE, 525
Memory modules, OWNR, 7–7
MS430, SVCE, 569
Memory move
and SFBR, TECH, 18–15
Memory prefetch register, TECH, 3–12
Memory slot ID code, TECH, 19–19
Memory testing, TECH, 21–13
Memory write transactions, TECH, 19–28
memtest command, TECH, D–61
Microcontroller
startup firmware, TECH, 1–45
Microprocessor chip
See DECchip 21064 microprocessor
MID<1:0>, TECH, 19–19
Miss address register, TECH, 6–17
MM_CSR, TECH, 4–21
Module order, TECH, 1–17
Modules
CPU features, SVCE, 564
front end unit, TECH, 1–41
KFA40, TECH, 1–22
KFA40 I/O, SVCE, 577
KN430 CPU, SVCE, 562
KN430 processor, TECH, 1–17, 1–19
memory, TECH, 1–26
MS430 variations, SVCE, 569
power system controller, TECH, 1–41
storage backplane, TECH, 1–11
system, OWNR, 6–6
system backplane, TECH, 1–13
3 volt converter, TECH, 1–42
5 volt converter, TECH, 1–42
Index–17
Monarch processor, TECH, 15–1
Monitoring status
using ps command (example), TECH,
25–12
using show-status command (example),
TECH, 25–12
MOP
must transact operaton, TECH, 23–7
Mop booting, TECH, 23–7
more command, OWNR, 3–4
MS430 memory modules, SVCE, 569
Multiple exceptions, TECH, 9–1
Multiprocessor bootstrap, SVCE, 162
Multiprocessor configuration CSR definitions,
TECH, 6–13
N
net command, TECH, D–64
nettest command, TECH, D–67
Network, testing, SVCE, 271
Networked system, OWNR, 6–2
Network listening, TECH, 23–7
Node name, labeling, OWNR, 8–3
NODENAME parameter, OWNR, 6–27;
SVCE, 672
Noncacheable address sapce write
transaction, TECH, 19–30
Non-memory like locations
defined, TECH, 7–7
Non-stalled transaction times, TECH, 19–2
Nonvolatile EEPROM, TECH, 6–23
NT AXP operating system, OWNR, 7–3
Null, TECH, 19–24
Numbering Conventions, TECH, xxxii
NUT, TECH, 19–24
nvram file, SVCE, 120
O
OCP
See Operator control panel
See Operator control panel
Index–18
OCP halt request buffer, TECH, 6–23
OLDUETP.LOG file, SVCE, 352
On-line help
available topics, TECH, 25–6
brief, TECH, 25–5
| more, TECH, 25–7
multiple topics, TECH, 25–6
screen display, TECH, 25–5
wildcarding (example), TECH, 25–7
Online help
in console mode, OWNR, 3–3
Open VMS AXP
event record translation, SVCE, 398
OpenVMS AXP operating system
booting software on, OWNR, 1–16
compatibility with DEC 4000 AXP,
OWNR, 7–3
shutdown, OWNR, 1–17
Operating system
boot failures, reporting, SVCE, 19, 26
crash dumps, SVCE, 47
exercisers, SVCE, 45
Operating system mode
defined, OWNR, 1–10
returning to from console mode, OWNR,
1–19
Operating system restart, TECH, 24–2
Operating systems, supported on DEC 4000
AXP, OWNR, 7–3
Operating system software, booting, OWNR,
1–15
Operator control panel, TECH, 1–6
controls, OWNR, 1–6
location, OWNR, 1–5
operations, OWNR, 1–17
removal and replacement, SVCE, 483
shutting down system before using,
OWNR, 1–17
using self-test lights on, OWNR, 1–21
Operator control panel LEDs, SVCE, 76
Options, OWNR, 6–6
See the DEC 4000 Options Guide
OSF
See DEC OSF/1 AXP operating system
Overstrike mode, OWNR, 2–8
Overtemperature, SVCE, 68
Ownership flag, TECH, 1–31
P
PALcode
See show pal command
PALcode entry characteristics, TECH, 9–10
PAL priority level, TECH, 9–10
PAL_BASE, TECH, 4–13
PAL_TEMPs, TECH, 4–28
Parameters, DSSI, OWNR, 6–24
PARAMS local program, SVCE, 293
Parse trees
PALcode entry, TECH, 9–11
PC, TECH, 3–11
PCD8584, TECH, 18–48
PECL, TECH, 1–21
Perfect filtering, TECH, 17–40
PHI1 and PHI1 L, TECH, 19–18
PHI3 and PHI3 L, TECH, 19–18
Physical address space, TECH, 1–32, 1–33
Physical cache, TECH, 8–1
Pipe ( | ) command, TECH, 25–10
See also grep command
pmem:
physical memory, TECH, 25–8
Ports
AC power, TECH, 1–48
Ethernet, TECH, 1–48
SCSI storage expansion, TECH, 1–48
serial line, TECH, 1–47
Power
diagnostic flow, SVCE, 21
troubleshooting, SVCE, 18
Power control bus, SVCE, 609
Power-down mode, TECH, 18–25
Power-down procedure, OWNR, 1–21
Power-on tests, SVCE, 122
Power problems
diagnostic flow, SVCE, 21
PSC failure, SVCE, 67
troubleshooting, SVCE, 18
Power subsystem, OWNR, 7–4
components, OWNR, 7–8
location, OWNR, 1–7
Power subsystem components, SVCE, 590
Power supply
and system event, TECH, 14–3
indicators, TECH, 1–38
LEDs, SVCE, 67
removal and replacement, SVCE, 529
Power-up, SVCE, 122
option LEDs, SVCE, 43
with bad main memory, TECH, 11–3
Power-up baud rate switch, TECH, 1–9
Power-up procedure, OWNR, 1–12
actions before beginning, OWNR, 1–11
task overview, OWNR, 1–11
Power-up screens, OWNR, 1–13; SVCE, 95
Power-up sequence, TECH, 11–3; SVCE,
122
AC, SVCE, 127
DC, SVCE, 131
mass storage failures, SVCE, 104
robust mode, SVCE, 116
Primary processor functions, TECH, 1–18
Privileged architecture library base register,
TECH, 4–13
Processor caused invalidates, TECH, 8–1
Processor initiated transactions, TECH, 7–2
Processor mailbox register, TECH, 6–13
Processor module
configurations, TECH, 1–14
differences, TECH, 1–14
Processor registers
symbolic reference, TECH, 25–10
Processor status register, TECH, 4–11
Process registers
pc, sp, ps (example), TECH, 25–10
Product delivery plan, SVCE, 56
Program mode
See Operating system mode, OWNR,
1–10
Programs, local
DIRECT, SVCE, 293
DKUTIL, SVCE, 293
DRVEXR, SVCE, 293
Index–19
Programs, local (cont’d)
DRVTST, SVCE, 293
ERASE, SVCE, 293
HISTRY, SVCE, 293
PARAMS, SVCE, 293
VERIFY, SVCE, 293
Protocol signals, TECH, 19–10
PS, TECH, 3–11, 4–11
PSC, TECH, 1–41
startup firmware, TECH, 1–44
psc command, TECH, D–71
ps command, TECH, D–70
Q
Quadword, TECH, 3–2
Quadword integer format in FPU, TECH,
3–9
R
R30, TECH, 3–11
R31, TECH, 3–11
R400X expander, OWNR, 7–10
RAM
for SCSI controllers, TECH, 1–46
RDES0 word, TECH, 17–29
RDES1 word, TECH, 17–31
RDES2 word, TECH, 17–32
RDES3 word, TECH, 17–32
Read
to secondary bus, TECH, 13–36
Read and write transactions, TECH, 19–20
READ_BLOCK, TECH, 7–1
READ_BLOCK, TECH, 7–4
Reboot
limitations on a secondary processor,
TECH, 24–2
Reboot procedure, OWNR, 1–15
Receive descriptors, TECH, 17–28
Receive descriptor status validity, TECH,
17–33
Redirecting output, TECH, 25–11
using append operator (>>), TECH,
25–14
Index–20
Redirecting output (cont’d)
using redirection operator (>), TECH,
25–11
Redirecting output (example), TECH, 25–11
Reduced instruction set computer
See RISC technology
Registers
A-box control, TECH, 4–23
adder sum output, TECH, 18–47
Alpha IPRs, TECH, 3–12
Alpha optional, TECH, 3–12
alternate processor mode, TECH, 4–24
asynchronous system trap enable, TECH,
4–17
asynchronous trap request, TECH, 4–15
AUX_CTRL, TECH, 16–4
AUX_Data, TECH, 16–4
backup cache control, TECH, 5–3
backup cache correctable error, TECH,
5–8
backup cache correctable error address,
TECH, 5–11
backup cache tag, TECH, 4–36
backup cache uncorrectable error, TECH,
5–12
backup cache uncorrectable error address,
TECH, 5–15
bus interface control unit, TECH, 4–26
bus interface unit address, TECH, 4–32
bus interface unit status, TECH, 4–31
C3 revision, TECH, 6–18
chip test eight, TECH, 18–37
chip test five, TECH, 18–29
chip test four, TECH, 18–28
chip test one, TECH, 18–25
chip test seven, TECH, 18–32
chip test six, TECH, 18–31
chip test three, TECH, 18–27
chip test two, TECH, 18–26
chip test zero, TECH, 18–24
console control, TECH, 16–5
console data, TECH, 16–5
cycle counter, TECH, 4–25
cycle counter control, TECH, 4–25
data cache status, TECH, 4–29
Registers (cont’d)
data structure address, TECH, 18–23
data translation buffer ASM, TECH,
4–22
data translation buffer invalidate signal,
TECH, 4–22
data translation buffer page table entry,
TECH, 4–19
data translation buffer page table entry
temporary, TECH, 4–20
data translation buffer zap, TECH, 4–22
descriptor list addresses register, TECH,
17–9
diagnostic control and status, TECH,
13–20
DMA byte counter, TECH, 18–39
DMA command, TECH, 18–39
DMA control, TECH, 18–45
DMA FIFO, TECH, 18–33
DMA interrupt enable, TECH, 18–43
DMA mode, TECH, 18–42
DMA next data address, TECH, 18–40
DMA scripts pointer save, TECH, 18–41
DMA status, TECH, 18–17
DMA watchdog timer, TECH, 18–45
DMS scripts pointer, TECH, 18–40
duplicate tag error, TECH, 5–20
exception address, TECH, 4–8
exception summary, TECH, 4–11
explicit reference, TECH, 25–9
fill address, TECH, 4–33
fill syndrome, TECH, 4–34
floating-point, TECH, 3–12
flush instruction cache, TECH, 4–22
flush instruction cache ASM, TECH,
4–22
Futurebus+ error 1, TECH, 13–22
Futurebus+ error 2, TECH, 13–23
Futurebus+ halt vector, TECH, 13–22,
14–4
Futurebus+ interrupt vector, TECH,
13–21
Futurebus+ mailbox pointer, TECH,
13–19
GTEC command and mode, TECH, 17–17
Registers (cont’d)
hardware interrupt enable, TECH, 4–16
hardware interrupt request, TECH, 4–13
I/O control and status, TECH, 13–6, 14–4
I/O diagnostic mode address, TECH, 13–5
implicit reference, TECH, 25–9
instruction cache control and status,
TECH, 4–4
instruction translation buffer ASM,
TECH, 4–10
instruction translation buffer page table
entry, TECH, 4–3
instruction translation buffer page table
entry temporary, TECH, 4–7
instruction translation buffer zap, TECH,
4–10
integer, TECH, 3–11
interprocessor interrupt, TECH, 1–31
interprocessor interrupt request, TECH,
6–14
interprocessor mailbox, TECH, 1–31
interrupt status, TECH, 18–34, 18–35
intr-flag, TECH, 3–12
intruction translation buffer IS, TECH,
4–10
Lbus error 1, TECH, 13–26
lbus error 2, TECH, 13–27
Lbus mailbox pointer, TECH, 13–18
local interrupt, TECH, 13–24, 14–2
lock, TECH, 3–12
longitudinal parity, TECH, 18–38
mailbox pointer, TECH, 13–29
memory management control and status,
TECH, 4–21
memory prefetch, TECH, 3–12
miss address, TECH, 6–17
multiprocessor configuration CSR, TECH,
6–13
noncacheable address space silo, TECH,
1–31
privileged architecture library base,
TECH, 4–13
processor mailbox, TECH, 6–13
processor status, TECH, 3–11, 4–11
program counter, TECH, 3–11
Index–21
Registers (cont’d)
readable noncacheable address space
device request, TECH, 1–31
receive polling register, TECH, 17–8
scratch register, TECH, 18–41
SCSI bus control lines, TECH, 18–16
SCSI bus data lines, TECH, 18–16
SCSI chip ID, TECH, 18–9
SCSI control, TECH, 18–4
SCSI control 1, TECH, 18–7
SCSI Destination ID 02 (01), TECH,
18–8
SCSI first byte received, TECH, 18–15
SCSI input data latch, TECH, 18–15
SCSI interrupt enable, TECH, 18–9
SCSI output control latch, TECH, 18–13
SCSI output data latch, TECH, 18–13
SCSI status 0, TECH, 18–19
SCSI status 1, TECH, 18–21
SCSI status 2, TECH, 18–22
SCSI transfer, TECH, 18–10
serial line clear, TECH, 4–9
serial line receive, TECH, 4–10
serial line transmit, TECH, 4–18
silo, TECH, 1–31
software interrupt enable, TECH, 4–17
software interrupt request, TECH, 4–15
symbolic reference, TECH, 25–9
system bus, TECH, 6–1
system bus control, TECH, 6–1
system bus error, TECH, 6–4
system bus error 1, TECH, 13–11
system bus error 2, TECH, 13–17
system bus error 3, TECH, 13–18
system bus error address low, TECH,
6–10
system interrupt clear, TECH, 6–14
temporary stack, TECH, 18–33
TGEC boot message, TECH, 17–26
TGEC command and status, TECH, 17–3
TGEC diagnostic, TECH, 17–28
TGEC identification and missed frame
count, TECH, 17–25
TGEC reserved, TECH, 17–23
TGEC status, TECH, 17–12
Index–22
Registers (cont’d)
TGEC system base, TECH, 17–22
TGEC vector address, TECH, 17–5
TGEC watchdog timer, TECH, 17–23
TOY, TECH, 1–25, 1–46
TOY clock, TECH, 16–6
translation buffer control, TECH, 4–19
Transmit polling demand, TECH, 17–7
VAX compatibility registers, TECH, 3–12
virtual address, TECH, 4–22
Registers
system bus error address high, TECH,
6–11
TOY A (TOYA), TECH, 16–7
TOY B (TOYB), TECH, 16–9
TOY C (TOYC), TECH, 16–11
TOY D (TOYD), TECH, 16–12
Relative addresses
symbolic reference (example), TECH,
25–9
Remote access devices
defined, OWNR, 2–2
using, OWNR, 2–5
using to log in to the console, OWNR, 2–5
Remote boot
and system event, TECH, 14–3
Remote console device
changing baud rate of, OWNR, 4–15
using, OWNR, 2–5
Removable media, labeling, OWNR, 5–38
Removable-media compartments
configuration rules, SVCE, 606
described, SVCE, 603
Removable-media drives
See Tape drives; specific drives
Removable-media storage, TECH, 1–2
removal and replacement, SVCE, 508
Removable-media storage I/O, TECH, 1–2
Removal and replacement
backplane, SVCE, 535
CPU module, SVCE, 525
Futurebus+ module, SVCE, 525
guidelines, SVCE, 478
I/O module, SVCE, 525
memory module, SVCE, 525
Removal and replacement (cont’d)
power supply, SVCE, 529
rear FRUs, SVCE, 523
returning FRUs, SVCE, 544
REQ_PROGRAM, TECH, 23–7
Reset, TECH, 21–5
and the OCP, TECH, 21–5
of the TGEC, TECH, 17–44
Reset button
location, OWNR, 1–6
using, OWNR, 1–20
Reset procedure, OWNR, 1–20
Reset switch, TECH, 1–8
Responder, TECH, 19–19
Response and interrupt signals, TECH,
19–14
Restart, TECH, 24–2
startup action, OWNR, 4–5
Restart and boot code, TECH, 1–46
Restart failure, TECH, 24–2
Restart parameters, TECH, 24–3
RF36 drive
components, OWNR, 5–6
described, OWNR, 5–5
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
lights, OWNR, 5–7
write-protecting and write-enabling,
OWNR, 5–8
RF73 drive
components, OWNR, 5–6
described, OWNR, 5–5
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
lights, OWNR, 5–7
write-protecting and write-enabling,
OWNR, 5–8
RF-series drive local programs, SVCE, 292
RF-series drives
capacity allowed in R400X, OWNR, 7–10
changing device parameters for, OWNR,
6–24
changing drive ID plugs, OWNR, 6–23
cluster capability, OWNR, 6–4
described, OWNR, 5–5
lights, OWNR, 5–7
RF-series drives (cont’d)
write-protecting and write-enabling,
OWNR, 5–8
RF-series ISE
diagnostics, SVCE, 284
errors, SVCE, 288
RISC technology, OWNR, 7–2
rm command, TECH, D–72
Robust mode, power-up, SVCE, 116
ROM
Ethernet station address, TECH, 1–46,
18–48
ROM-based diagnostics (RBDs)
advantages, SVCE, 36
commands to report errors, SVCE, 173
diagnostic-related commands, SVCE, 176
performing extended testing and
exercising, SVCE, 174
running, SVCE, 168
utilities, SVCE, 171
Root number, OWNR, 4–10
Round-robin, TECH, 1–30
RRD42 compact disc drives
See RRD42 drives
RRD42 compact discs
caring for, OWNR, 5–38
handling, OWNR, 5–38
RRD42 drives
busy light, OWNR, 5–14
components, OWNR, 5–12
described, OWNR, 5–12
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
inserting a disc into, OWNR, 5–14
operating, OWNR, 5–12
removing a disc from, OWNR, 5–14
RS-232, TECH, 16–2
Running tasks
in background mode "&", TECH, 25–11
in background mode "&" (example),
TECH, 25–11
RZ26 drive
components, OWNR, 5–6
described, OWNR, 5–5
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
lights, OWNR, 5–7
Index–23
RZ26 drive (cont’d)
write-protecting and write-enabling,
OWNR, 5–8
RZ36 drive
components, OWNR, 5–6
described, OWNR, 5–5
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
lights, OWNR, 5–7
write-protecting and write-enabling,
OWNR, 5–8
RZ73 drive
components, OWNR, 5–6
described, OWNR, 5–5
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
lights, OWNR, 5–7
write-protecting and write-enabling,
OWNR, 5–8
RZ-series drives
capacity in R400X, OWNR, 7–10
changing drive ID plugs, OWNR, 6–23
described, OWNR, 5–5
lights, OWNR, 5–7
write-protecting and write-enabling,
OWNR, 5–8
S
sa command, TECH, D–73
SBCL, TECH, 18–16
SBDL, TECH, 18–16
SCID, TECH, 18–9
SCL signal, TECH, 19–19
SCNTL0, TECH, 18–4
SCNTL1, TECH, 18–7
SCRATCH, TECH, 18–41
Screen output, displaying, OWNR, 3–4
Script RAM Buffer, TECH, 18–47
Scrolling, preventing, OWNR, 3–4
SCSI, fast
See Fast SCSI 3.5-inch disk drive
described, OWNR, 5–5
extending, OWNR, 6–18
SCSI 3.5-inch disk drive
removal and replacement, SVCE, 493
Index–24
SCSI 5.25-inch disk drive
removal and replacement, SVCE, 497
SCSI bulkhead connector
removal and replacement, SVCE, 509
SCSI buses, terminating and extending,
OWNR, 6–20
SCSI continuity card
removal and replacement, SVCE, 511
SCSI controller
revision level, TECH, 18–37
SCSI controller address decoding, TECH,
16–1
SCSI controllers static RAM, TECH, 1–46
SCSI driver
sizing, TECH, 26–23
startup, TECH, 26–23
SCSI/DSSI Adapters, TECH, 18–1
SCSI/DSSI initialization, TECH, 21–15
SCSI ID plugs, OWNR, 6–8
See also Drive ID plugs
SCSI storage expansion ports, TECH, 1–48
SCSI storageless tray assembly
removal and replacement, SVCE, 499
SDA signal, TECH, 19–19
SDID, TECH, 18–8
Secondary buses, TECH, 1–33
Secondary bus read, TECH, 13–36
Secondary bus write, TECH, 13–37
Secondary I/O space, TECH, 13–28
Self-test
checking results of, OWNR, 1–21
screen display, OWNR, 1–13
Self-test status lights
location, OWNR, 1–6
using, OWNR, 1–21
semaphore command, TECH, D–74
Serial bus bus
interface register map, TECH, 18–48
Serial control bus, SVCE, 581
EEPROM, TECH, 1–47
interface, TECH, 1–21, 18–48
node addresses, TECH, 1–43
routing, TECH, 1–13
Serial control bus signals, TECH, 19–19
Serial line
units, TECH, 1–25
Serial line clear register, TECH, 4–9
Serial line receive register, TECH, 4–10
Serial lines
differences, TECH, 1–47
features, TECH, 1–47
ports, TECH, 1–47
Serial line transmit register, TECH, 4–18
Serial line unit register map, TECH, 16–2
Serial line units, TECH, 16–2
Serial port, changing baud rate setting of,
OWNR, 4–15
Service
blitzes, SVCE, 57
call-handling and management planning
(CHAMP), SVCE, 61
Digital services product delivery plan,
SVCE, 56
documentation set, SVCE, 53
field feedback, SVCE, 60
labor activity reporting system (LARS),
SVCE, 61
maintenance strategy overview, SVCE, 9
methodology, SVCE, 27
storage and retrieval system (STARS),
SVCE, 58
tools and utilities, SVCE, 33
training, SVCE, 54
Service call, completing, SVCE, 60
set command, TECH, D–75, D–77; OWNR,
3–16
set host command, OWNR, 3–19
set screen_mode command, SVCE, 101
SFBR, TECH, 18–15
sh, TECH, D–79
Shipping carton contents, OWNR, 8–2
show boot command
See show bootdef_dev command
show command, TECH, D–80, D–83, D–84,
D–85, D–87, D–89, D–90, D–91, D–92;
OWNR, 3–21
show command (cont’d)
See also show configuration command;
show device command; show memory
command; show pal command; show
version command
to display environment variables’ status,
OWNR, 4–2
show configuration command, OWNR, 6–10;
SVCE, 614
show device command, OWNR, 6–13;
SVCE, 619
show device du pu command, OWNR, 6–25;
SVCE, 648
show error command, SVCE, 205
show fru command, SVCE, 185
show memory command, OWNR, 6–12;
SVCE, 630
show pal command, OWNR, 6–15
show version command, OWNR, 6–15
show_mop_counter command, SVCE, 256
show_status command, TECH, D–93;
SVCE, 196
SIDL, TECH, 18–15
SIEN, TECH, 18–9
SIER, TECH, 4–17
and corresponding SIRR bits, TECH,
4–15
Single-node system, OWNR, 6–2
SIRR, TECH, 4–15
Site preparation
See the DEC 4000 Site Preparation
Checklist
sleep command, TECH, D–94
SL_CLR, TECH, 4–9
SL_RCV, TECH, 4–10
SL_XMIT, TECH, 4–18
Snooping protocol, TECH, 1–29, 19–4
SOCL, TECH, 18–13
SODL, TECH, 18–13
Soft errors
defined, TECH, 1–31
Software interrupt enable register, TECH,
4–17
Index–25
Software interrupt request register, TECH,
4–15
Software restart, OWNR, 4–5
Software screens, OWNR, 1–16
Software shutdown, OWNR, 1–17
sort command, TECH, D–95
sp command, TECH, D–96
SSTAT0, TECH, 18–19
SSTAT1, TECH, 18–21
SSTAT2, TECH, 18–22
Stall signals, TECH, 19–21
Standalone system, OWNR, 6–2
start command, TECH, D–97
Start LBN, TECH, 23–5
Startup
87C652, TECH, 21–6
Startup action, setting, OWNR, 4–6
Startup procedure, OWNR, 1–12
See also Power-up procedure
Startup screen, OWNR, 1–16
Startup status, OWNR, 1–11
Status LEDs, TECH, 1–10
stop command, TECH, D–98
Stopping a process
using the kill command (example),
TECH, 25–13
Storage
removal and replacement, SVCE, 499
Storage, fixed-media
removal and replacement, SVCE, 488
Storage and retrieval system (STARS),
SVCE, 58
Storage backplane, TECH, 1–11
Storage device LEDs, SVCE, 90
Storage device local programs, SVCE, 292
Storage subsystem, OWNR, 7–10
STQC cycle, TECH, 7–2
STxC cycle, TECH, 7–2
STxC transaction, TECH, 7–6
Subsystems, DEC 4000 AXP, OWNR, 7–4
sw command, TECH, D–99
Switches
DC on/off, TECH, 1–8
halt, TECH, 1–9
power-up baud rate, TECH, 1–9
Index–26
Switches (cont’d)
reset, TECH, 1–8
SXFER, TECH, 18–10
Symmetric multiprocessing, OWNR, 6–4
SYS$TEST logical name, SVCE, 352
System
characteristics, OWNR, 7–2
configuration, examining, SVCE, 612
expanders, SVCE, 609
functional description, SVCE, 548
installation, SVCE, 31
LEDs, interpreting, SVCE, 62
logging in to for UETP, SVCE, 309
moving, OWNR, 8–6
resource requirements for UETP, SVCE,
309
troubleshooting categories, SVCE, 14
System architecture
design, OWNR, 7–4
overview, OWNR, 7–2
System backplane, TECH, 1–13; SVCE,
554
System block diagram, SVCE, 550
System bus, TECH, 1–29, 19–1; OWNR,
7–4; SVCE, 559
arbiter, TECH, 6–22, 19–2
arbitration, TECH, 1–30
clock, TECH, 1–21
CRESET L generation, TECH, 6–22
cycles, TECH, 5–17
cycle time, TECH, 19–6
idle cycles, TECH, 1–30
interface, TECH, 1–21
interface chip, TECH, 6–1
initialization, TECH, 11–3
routing, TECH, 1–13
signals, TECH, 19–6, 19–7
supported transactions, TECH, 1–29
test, TECH, 26–14
transaction cycle, SVCE, 386
transactions, TECH, 19–1, 19–2
transaction types, SVCE, 386
System bus address cycle failures
_CA_NOACK, SVCE, 421
_CA_PAR, SVCE, 421
System bus address cycle failures (cont’d)
reported by bus commander, SVCE, 421
reported by bus responders, SVCE, 421
System bus address map, TECH, 13–1
System bus control register, TECH, 6–1
System bus error address high register,
TECH, 6–11
System bus error address low register,
TECH, 6–10
System bus error register, TECH, 6–4
System bus stall, TECH, 13–28
System bus transactions, TECH, 7–1
CPU as bystander, TECH, 7–10
CPU as commander, TECH, 7–10
null, TECH, 1–30
System bus transactions, TECH, 7–9
CPU as responder, TECH, 7–10
reasons for monitoring, TECH, 7–1
System bus write-data cycle failures
reported by commander, SVCE, 429
reported by responders, SVCE, 429
_WD_NOACK, SVCE, 429
_WD_PAR, SVCE, 429
System components
front, OWNR, 1–5
rear, OWNR, 1–7
System configuration, OWNR, 6–2
See Configuration
adding third-party devices, OWNR, 6–17
additional documentation about, OWNR,
6–33
displaying in console mode, OWNR, 6–10
planning, OWNR, 6–16
System disk space and UETP, SVCE, 316
System doors, removing, OWNR, 8–4
System enclosure, warning symbols, SVCE,
480
System event
causes, TECH, 1–31
System event interrupts, TECH, 14–3
System expansion, SVCE, 608
System faults
interpreting with ERF, SVCE, 411
interpreting with UERF, SVCE, 411
System features, TECH, 1–1
System features summary, TECH, 1–3
System hang, SVCE, 359
System I/O, TECH, 1–2
System I/O space, TECH, 13–2
SYSTEMID parameter, OWNR, 6–27;
SVCE, 673
System initialization, TECH, 21–6
System interrupt clear register, TECH, 6–14
System keys, locating, OWNR, 1–2
System maintenance, OWNR, 8–9
System memory space, TECH, 13–1
System modules, OWNR, 6–6
System operation
actions before power-up, OWNR, 1–11
boot, OWNR, 1–15
halt, OWNR, 1–18
overview, OWNR, 1–10
power-down, OWNR, 1–21
power-up, OWNR, 1–12
reboot, OWNR, 1–15
reset, OWNR, 1–20
System power down, OWNR, 1–21
System power-up
actions before beginning, OWNR, 1–11
procedure, OWNR, 1–12
task overview, OWNR, 1–11
System power-up screen, OWNR, 1–13
System setting, time and date, OWNR, 3–11
System software
booting, OWNR, 1–15
shutdown, OWNR, 1–17
System startup status, determining, OWNR,
1–11
SYSTEST account
logging in to for UETP, SVCE, 309
SYSTEST directory
creating for UETP, SVCE, 321
S_floating, TECH, 3–6
Index–27
T
Tag store, TECH, 5–2
Tape booting, TECH, 23–6
Tape cartridge drive
preparing for UETP, SVCE, 327
Tape device local programs, SVCE, 292
Tape drive media, labeling, OWNR, 5–38
Tape drives
See also specific drives
handling and storing, OWNR, 5–39
mounting, OWNR, 5–2
TLZ06, OWNR, 5–16
TZ30, OWNR, 5–29
TZ85, OWNR, 5–22
Tapes
See CompacTape cartridges;
CompacTape II
cartridges;CompacTape III
cartridges; Tape drive media
TB_CTL, TECH, 4–19
TB_TAG, TECH, 4–2
TDES0 word, TECH, 17–34
TDES1 word, TECH, 17–35
TDES2 word, TECH, 17–37
TDES3 word, TECH, 17–37
Technical Information Management
Architecture (TIMA), SVCE, 52
Technical updates, SVCE, 57
TEMP, TECH, 18–33
Terminal, preparing for UETP, SVCE, 310,
334
test command, TECH, D–100; OWNR,
3–24; SVCE, 177
Testing
See also Commands; Loopback tests
acceptance, SVCE, 361
commands to perform extended exercising,
SVCE, 174
command summary, SVCE, 282
memory, SVCE, 214, 220
with DEC VET, SVCE, 299
with DSSI device internal tests, SVCE,
284
Index–28
Testing (cont’d)
with UETP, SVCE, 303
Test procedure
monitoring self-test, OWNR, 1–21
sample self-test screen, OWNR, 1–13
TGEC, TECH, 17–1
See Ethernet controllers
virtual to physical address translation,
TECH, 17–28
TGEC command and status registers,
TECH, 17–3
TGEC CSR0, TECH, 17–5
TGEC CSR1, TECH, 17–7
TGEC CSR10, TECH, 17–25
TGEC CSR11, TECH, 17–26
TGEC CSR12, TECH, 17–26
TGEC CSR13, TECH, 17–26
TGEC CSR14, TECH, 17–28
TGEC CSR15, TECH, 17–28
TGEC CSR2, TECH, 17–8
TGEC CSR3, TECH, 17–9
TGEC CSR4, TECH, 17–9
TGEC CSR5, TECH, 17–12
TGEC CSR5 and interrupts, TECH, 17–45
TGEC CSR5 status report, TECH, 17–15
TGEC CSR6, TECH, 17–17
TGEC CSR7, TECH, 17–22
TGEC CSR8, TECH, 17–23
TGEC CSR9, TECH, 17–23
TGEC CSR read, TECH, 17–4
TGEC CSR write, TECH, 17–4
TGEC loopback, TECH, 17–50
TGEC physical CSRs, TECH, 17–4
TGEC programming, TECH, 17–2
TGEC reception process, TECH, 17–46
TGEC register map, TECH, 17–1
TGEC reset, TECH, 17–44
TGEC setup frame, TECH, 17–38
TGEC startup procedure, TECH, 17–46
TGEC states, TECH, 17–2
TGEC transmission process, TECH, 17–48
TGEC transmit descriptors, TECH, 17–33
TGEC virtual CSRs, TECH, 17–4
Third-party devices, adding, OWNR, 6–17
TIMA, SVCE, 52
Time, displaying and modifying, OWNR,
3–11
Time domains, TECH, 1–33
Time-of-year clock, TECH, 16–6
TLZ06 drive
supported by UETP, SVCE, 330
TLZ06 drives
cleaning, OWNR, 5–40
compatible tapes, OWNR, 5–16
components, OWNR, 5–16
described, OWNR, 5–16
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
inserting a tape into, OWNR, 5–18
lights (table), OWNR, 5–20
operating, OWNR, 5–16
removing a tape from, OWNR, 5–18
tapes, labeling, OWNR, 5–38
Tools, SVCE, 33
See also Service
console commands, SVCE, 36
crash dumps, SVCE, 47
DEC VET, SVCE, 45
error handling, SVCE, 34
log files, SVCE, 34
loopback tests, SVCE, 39
maintenance strategy, SVCE, 33
option LEDs, SVCE, 43
RBDs, SVCE, 36
UETP, SVCE, 45
TOYA, TECH, 16–7
TOYB, TECH, 16–9
TOYC, TECH, 16–11
TOY clock, TECH, 16–6
TOYD, TECH, 16–12
TOY registers, TECH, 1–46
Training courses, SVCE, 54
TRANS<2:0>, TECH, 19–12
Transaction counter, TECH, 1–30
Transactions
CPU module, TECH, 7–1
memory exchange, TECH, 19–26
memory write, TECH, 19–28
Transactions (cont’d)
noncacheable address space write, TECH,
19–30
null, TECH, 19–24
read and read exclusive, TECH, 19–20
Transactions
processor initiated, TECH, 7–2
Transaction timing, TECH, 19–19
Translation buffer control register, TECH,
4–19
Transmit descriptor status validity, TECH,
17–37
tr command, TECH, D–102
Troubleshooting
See also Diagnostics; Service
actions before beginning, SVCE, 11
boot problems, SVCE, 25
categories of system problems, SVCE, 14
console, SVCE, 23
crash dumps, SVCE, 47
diagnostic tools, SVCE, 18
error report formatter, SVCE, 34
errors reported by operating system,
SVCE, 26
interpreting LEDs, SVCE, 64, 95
interpreting UETP failures, SVCE, 347
mass storage problems, SVCE, 104
option LEDs, SVCE, 43
power problems, SVCE, 21
problems reported by the console, SVCE,
24
procedures, SVCE, 17
UETP, SVCE, 357
with DEC VET, SVCE, 45
with loopback tests, SVCE, 39
with operating system exercisers, SVCE,
45
with ROM-based diagnostics, SVCE, 36
with UETP, SVCE, 45
TSZ07 drives
finding information on, OWNR, 5–42
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
tta0_baud environment variable
described, OWNR, 4–2
displaying current value, OWNR, 4–16
Index–29
tta0_halts environment variable
described, OWNR, 4–2
tta1_baud environment variable
described, OWNR, 4–2
displaying current value, OWNR, 4–16
tta1_halts environment variable
described, OWNR, 4–2
two-conductor interconnect, TECH, 1–43
TZ30 drives
cleaning, OWNR, 5–41
compatible tapes, OWNR, 5–29
components, OWNR, 5–29
described, OWNR, 5–29
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
inserting a tape into, OWNR, 5–32
lights, OWNR, 5–36
operating, OWNR, 5–29
removing a tape from, OWNR, 5–34
tapes, labeling, OWNR, 5–38
TZ85 drives
cleaning, OWNR, 5–41
compatible tapes, OWNR, 5–22
components, OWNR, 5–22
described, OWNR, 5–22
hardware specifications, OWNR, 5–4
inserting a tape into, OWNR, 5–24
lights, OWNR, 5–28
operating, OWNR, 5–22
removing a tape from, OWNR, 5–26
tapes, labeling, OWNR, 5–38
T_floating, TECH, 3–7
U
UERF
interpreting system faults with, SVCE,
411
UERF-generated error log, sample of,
SVCE, 473
UETINIT01.EXE image, SVCE, 359
UETP
aborting execution of, SVCE, 346
DECnet for OpenVMS AXP, SVCE, 339
described, SVCE, 303
errors, SVCE, 357
Index–30
UETP (cont’d)
interpreting OpenVMS AXP failures with,
SVCE, 347
interpreting output of, SVCE, 350
log files, SVCE, 352
operating instructions, SVCE, 308
operating system exerciser, SVCE, 303
preparing additional disks for, SVCE,
318
preparing disk drives for, SVCE, 318
running all phases of, SVCE, 310
running multiple passes of, SVCE, 352
running on RRD42 compact disc drives,
SVCE, 333
setting up tape cartridge drives for,
SVCE, 327
setting up tape drives for, SVCE, 324
set-up, SVCE, 303
system disk, space required for, SVCE,
316
termination of, SVCE, 344
testing Ethernet adapters with, SVCE,
337
testing terminals and line printers with,
SVCE, 334
TLZ06 tape drive time limit, SVCE, 330
typical failures reported by, SVCE, 358
User Identification Code (UIC), SVCE,
322
UETP$NODE_ADDRESS logical name,
SVCE, 339
UETP.COM file, termination of, SVCE, 344
UETP.LOG file, SVCE, 352
Uninterruptible power supply
See UPS
uniq command, TECH, D–103
UNITNUM parameter, OWNR, 6–27;
SVCE, 670
update, TECH, D–104
UPS, OWNR, 7–9
Use Cleaning Tape light, OWNR, 5–41
User disk, preparing for UETP, SVCE, 309,
318, 323
User Environment Test Package
See UETP
Using pipes ( | ) and grep
to filter output, TECH, 25–10
Using quotes
to write longer scripts, TECH, 25–14
Write-protecting
defined, OWNR, 5–37
RZ- or RF-series drive, OWNR, 5–8
WRITE_BLOCK cycle, TECH, 7–1
WRITE_BLOCK transaction, TECH, 7–5
V
VA, TECH, 4–22
VAX architecture, OWNR, 7–3
VAX compatibility registers, TECH, 3–12
VAX console commands, OWNR, 3–3
VERIFY local program, SVCE, 293
Virtual address register, TECH, 4–22
Virtual cache, TECH, 8–1
VMS
See OpenVMS AXP operating system
VMScluster configurations, OWNR, 6–4
VMS operating system, OWNR, 7–3
See also OpenVMS AXP operating system
Voltages, TECH, 1–42
+24 and -24 VDC, TECH, 1–41
disk power source, TECH, 1–34
VT420 terminal, keyboard characters,
OWNR, 2–6
Vterm module
removal and replacement, SVCE, 485
W
Warm bootstrap, SVCE, 158
Warning symbols, SVCE, 480
wc command, TECH, D–106
Word, TECH, 3–1
Word tearing, TECH, 5–17
Wrist strap, using, OWNR, 8–6
Write
to non-cacheable addresses, TECH, 7–7
to secondary bus, TECH, 13–37
Write-enabling
defined, OWNR, 5–37
RZ- or RF-series drive, OWNR, 5–8
Index–31
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