VAX 7000 Model 810
V2.3—25 January 1999
Systems and Options Catalog
Product Description
VAX 7000 Enterprise Servers are part of a family of OpenVMS based systems
designed for the rigorous demands of data center computing. They have a
modular platform which enables users to improve performance in a number of
different dimensions— symmetric multiprocessing, larger memory, more I/O
bandwidth, greater disk capacity, and OpenVMS Cluster systems. VAX 7000
servers support additional I/O controllers, storage, user licenses, database
software.
With up to 6 CPUs in a symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) configuration and up
to 400 Mbytes/second of I/O, a single VAX 7000 system offers the powerful
features needed in data center systems. VAX 7000 systems in OpenVMS Cluster
configurations provide support for as much as 10 terabytes of storage.
An optional N+1 redundant power system allows for higher system availability
in the event of a power regulator failure. Systems can be configured with up to
three power regulators. Optional system level Uninterruptable Power Supplies
(UPS) are available to support CPU and I/O expansion cabinets.
The VAX 7000 Enterprise Server provides substantial I/O capacity, one 12-slot
XMI I/O channel is standard, with the option of adding up to three additional
12-slot XMI I/O channels. XMI I/O channels offer a bandwidth of 100
Mbytes/second each, making this system capable of providing very high I/O
bandwidth performance—up to 400 Mbytes/second.
XMI devices supported include adapters for Ethernet, CI, FDDI, and DSSI
interconnects. Support for up to sixteen Ethernet adapters, ten CI adapters,
twelve DSSI adapters, and eight FDDI adapters demonstrates the large
expansion potential of these systems. StorageWorks controllers enable SCSI-2
devices to provide reliable high-end storage on the CI bus.
Enterprise Expansion Packages may be ordered with a single part number to
provide the hardware and licensing necessary to start an OpenVMS Cluster or
add another node to an existing cluster.
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Step 1—Systems
The following items are required.
Note: A second power regulator is required when configuring five and six processor systems. OpenVMS user licenses may
be ordered as needed.
1
OpenVMS V5.5-2 , V6.1, V6.2, V7.1 or V7.2.
InfoServer 1000 Local Area CD-ROM for initial booting
of system console.
CIXCD (CI) controller, KFMSA (DSSI) disk/tape
adapter.
System disk device
Console terminal
VAXcluster Software license for each system when
multiple systems are used in an OpenVMS Cluster
environment
Additional items may be added as required.
1. Requires console firmware V4.2.
OpenVMS Base Enterprise Servers include
Model 810 CPU, system interconnect bus and 12-slot
XMI I/O channel.
512 MB or 2 GB of memory.
DEC LANcontroller 400 (DEMNA) 802.3/Ethernet
controller.
48 V power regulator.
Order Number
OpenVMS base license.
DIGITAL NAS Base Server 200 V5.0 software.
One year hardware product warranty.
90 day software product warranty.
Memory
7MAME-KA/KB/KC 512 MB (one 512 MB module)
7MAMH-KA/KB/KC 2 GB (one 2 GB module)
Note: xA = 60 Hz, 208 V; xB = 50 Hz, 380/416 V; xC = 50/60 Hz, Japan
Step 1a—CPU Symmetric MultiProcessing (SMP) Upgrade
7MATA-LE
SMP Upgrade. Contains one CPU processor, OpenVMS VAX base license upgrade, and one full year
product warranty. Add up to 5 additional CPU processors.
Step 1b—Enterprise Expansion Packages
Enterprise Expansion Packages are designed to be added to Base Enterprise Servers to create fully functional systems.
They contain all necessary hardware (excluding console terminal) and software to make complete and operational systems.
7YCAA-BX
Cluster Add on Package, includes:
CIXCD-AC XMI CI controller
BNCIA 10 m cable
VAXcluster license
Step 1c—Console Load Device
InfoServer is required for initial booting of system console unless already available onsite on local area network.
SEADx-BA/BE
InfoServer Local Area CD-ROM, includes InfoServer 1000 controller and CD-ROM drive
Note: SEADx = B for ThinWire, or C for AUI connector.
-BA includes 120 V power cord.
-BE requires country-specific power cord.
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Step 2—Memory
Select additional memory if required; maximum 3.5 GB per system. New systems can be expanded in any combination of
arrays listed below. Systems running OpenVMS V5.5-2 are restricted to 512 MB maximum memory.
MS7AA-DA
MS7AA-FA
512 MB memory array
2 GB memory array
Step 3—Storage
Select storage devices as required. See Storage Devices for ordering information.
Step 3a—Storage Controller(s)/CI Controller
Base systems require selection of storage controller or CI controller (KFMSA included with preconfigured systems).
KFMSA-BA
CK-KFMSA-LN
CIXCD-AC
BNCIA-xx
DSSI disk/tape adapter. Total five per XMI; up to a maximum of 12 per system. Maximum number
of KFMSAs is derived as follows: (25 minus the number of CIXCDs) divided by two. Requires one
XMI slot; supports 14 DSSI devices. VAXcluster Software license (QL-VBRA*-AA) required for all
OpenVMS systems that will connect to a DSSI based OpenVMS Cluster. Note: One
CK-KFMSA-LN required with each KFMSA-BA.
Two pairs of 1.2 m (4 ft) cables in cabinet kit. Supports mixed hosting with VAX 4000,
quad hosting of VAX 7000, and warm swap.
XMI CI controller. Total four per XMI; maximum 10 per system. Requires one XMI slot. Each
CIXCD requires one BNCIA cable set to connect system to Star Coupler. VAXcluster Software
license (QL-VBRAx-AA) required for each system when multiple systems are used in an OpenVMS
Cluster environment.
Computer interconnect cable sets. Connect Star Coupler to system and SW800 or HSCxx. Choose
required length 10, 20 or 45 m (10 m = 32.8 ft, 20 m = 65.6 ft, 45 m = 147.6 ft).
Step 3b—Internal Storage (System Cabinet)
The system cabinet provides space for two disk plug-in units. Disk plug-in unit has two BA356 modular expansion shelves;
each shelf holds a maximum of two 5.25-inch devices or seven 3.5-inch devices.
BA660-AB
HSD10-BF
BC29S-06
BC29U-02
16-bit Wide SCSI plug-in unit—includes 16-bit personality module, 48 V 150 W dc power supply,
dc fans, and mounting hardware. Supports 16-bit wide SCSI devices and some 8-bit narrow SCSI
devices depending on compliance with minimum hardware revision levels. Includes two BA356-LB
modular expansion shelves.
StorageWorks array controller. Supports up to six SCSI-2 devices. Supported by OpenVMS VAX
V5.5-2 , V6.1, V6.2, V7.1, and V7.2
Required to connect KFMSA-BA to internal HSD10-AA/BA660-AB
Required if daisy chaining HSD10-AA within BA660-AB
SCSI Devices Supported
DS-RZ29L-VA
DS-RZ1CF-VA
DS-RZ1DF-VA
DS-RZ40-VA
DS-RZ1EF-VA
DS-TLZ10-VA
TZ89N-VA
4.3 GB 8-bit narrow 7200 RPM SCSI disk drive
4.3 GB 8-bit narrow 7200 RPM SCSI disk drive
9.1 GB 8-bit narrow 7200 RPM SCSI disk drive
9.1 GB 8-bit narrow 7200 RPM SCSI disk drive
18.2 GB 8-bit narrow 7200 RPM SCSI disk drive
4/8 GB 4 mm DAT drive in 3.5-inch half-height StorageWorks carrier
35/70 GB DLT single-ended tape drive in 5.25-inch StorageWorks carrier
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Step 3c—External Storage
The following list describes available storage devices, capacities, and components included with initial offerings;
supported options can be added as required. See Storage Devices for ordering information.
Storage Arrays
Capacity
Storage Array Disk Drive Components
SW5xx, SW8xx
6–227 GB
SCSI disk drives
Disk Drives
Capacity
RZ26N SCSI
RZ28 SCSI
RZ29B SCSI
1.05 GB
2.1 GB
4.3 GB
Tape Drives
TZ89N
TZ889
35/70 GB 5.25-inch SCSI tape drive
280 GB SCSI-2 cartridge tape subsystem
Note: For additional ordering information, see Storage Devices.
Step 4—System Cabinet and I/O Expansion Cabinet
The system cabinet includes one 12-slot XMI plug-in unit and one power regulator, two additional power regulators are supported.
The lower bays accommodate plug-in units as follows.
System Cabinet
Expansion Bay Location
Plug-In Unit
Quantity
Expansion Bays Occupied
Lower
Lower
Lower
Lower
Disk plug-in unit
XMI plug-in unit
Battery plug-in unit
VAXBI plug-in unit
Two maximum
Two maximum (included)
One maximum
One maximum
One each
Two each
Two
Two
The I/O expansion cabinet includes one power regulator and provides space for two additional power regulators and six
expansion bays—two upper and four lower—for plug-in units. The two upper bays accommodate a maximum of two disk
plug-in units. The four lower bays accommodate plug-in units as follows.
I/O Expansion Cabinet
Expansion Bay Location
Plug-In Unit
Quantity
Expansion Bays Occupied
Upper
Lower
Lower
Lower
Lower
Disk plug-in unit
Disk plug-in unit
XMI plug-in unit
Battery plug-in unit
VAXBI plug-in unit
Two maximum
Four maximum
Two maximum
One maximum
One maximum
One each
One each
Two each
Two
Two
H9F00-BA/BB/BC
H7237-AA
H7237-CA/CB
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I/O expansion cabinet, maximum two per system.
Battery plug-in unit with batteries for battery backup/UPS capability—maximum one per cabinet.
Includes four batteries to support one 48 V power regulator and cabling for second and third H7238AA battery options. Note: Not available in same cabinet with DWMBB VAXBI option.
Battery plug-in unit, includes one H7263-AA/AB (BBU capable power regulator) and batteries for
battery backup/UPS capability. Must be ordered at time of system purchase if BBU functionality is
required.
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Step 4—System Cabinet and I/O Expansion Cabinet (continued)
I/O Expansion Cabinet
H7263-AA/AB
H7263-AC/AD
H7238-AA
H7238-BA/BB
48 V power regulator, 60/50 Hz; maximum three per cabinet (one included). Second regulator may
be required to supply adequate power depending on configuration. See power configuration table
that follows. Third regulator assures redundancy and higher availability in the event of power
regulator failure. Note: The power configuration table provides manual method of determining the
need for second power regulator. Second power regulator is required when configuring five or six
processor systems. Equivalent power unit (EPU) is equivalent value of power used at 48 Vdc by each
option.
Same regulator as above, without battery backup capability
4 pack battery option; one required per optional 48 V power regulator (H7263-AA/AB) to support
battery backup/UPS capability
Additional batter UPS, includes H7263-AA/AB (BBU capable power regulator and H7238-AA 4
pack battery option.
Note: Maximum four XMI plug-in units per system; total two per cabinet (one included in system cabinet)
DWLMA-AA
XMI plug-in unit with 12-slot XMI I/O channel for system cabinet
Step 5—Networks and Communications
DEMNA 802.3/Ethernet controller included with each system. Select additional devices if required. Note: Connection of
system to Ethernet requires an Ethernet transceiver cable. See the Network Products Guide for details.
LAN Communications Controllers
DEMNA-M
CK-DEMNA-KN
DEMFA-AA
802.3/Ethernet controller; one included; total four per XMI, maximum 16 per system.
Requires one XMI slot.
DEMNA cabinet kit, required with DEMNA-M.
DEC FDDIcontroller 400, XMI to FDDI adapter; requires one XMI slot. Total four per XMI
slsmaximum seven per system. Includes cabinet kit.
Local and Wide Area Communications Servers
Each communications server requires an 802.3/Ethernet connection. Depending on the server selected, either a ThinWire
BNC-type connection, e.g., BC16M cable or thick wire 15-pin AUI transceiver cable, e.g., BNE3x is required. Additional
items are also required—see the Network Products Guide.
DECserver 90M, 90L+, 90TL, 900TM, 700 and MUXserver 90, 320, 380 Communications and Printer Servers
Select a terminal or printer server to provide users with multiple session access to systems on a LAN, to minimize cabling
complexity and costs, and to conserve host resources such as backplane slots.
DEC WANrouter 90, 250; DECBrouter 90; and DECnis 500, 600 Multiprotocol Routers
Select a router to cost effectively link a LAN to a remote system or another LAN and to offload routing overhead from the
application host system.
Network Connectivity Products
See the Network Products Guide for details.
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Step 6—OpenVMS Cluster Options
For OpenVMS Cluster configurations, select appropriate OpenVMS Cluster options. CI controller, BNCIA cables, and
VAXcluster Software license required.
HSJ50-AF/AH/AJ
HSD10-BF
HSD30-CD/CF
SW5xx/SW8xx
BNCIA-xx
SC008-AC
SC008-AD
QL-VBRA5-AA
StorageWorks array controller, supports up to 36 SCSI-2 devices. Includes 32/64/128 MB Read
Cache and controller based disk striping.
StorageWorks array controller; supports up to seven SCSI-2 devices.
StorageWorks array controller; supports up to 18 SCSI-2 devices.
StorageWorks arrays. See Storage Devices for details.
Computer interconnect cable sets—connects Star Coupler to system and SW800 or HSCxx Choose
required length of 10, 20 or 45 m (10 m = 32.8 ft, 20 m = 65.6 ft, 45 m = 147.6 ft).
8-port Star Coupler; maximum five Star Couplers per system.
Star Coupler; Upgrades SC008-AC to 16 ports; maximum one per SC008-AC.
VAXcluster license; required with each system that will connect to an OpenVMS Cluster.
Step 7—Console Terminal
A console terminal with EIA-232 25-pin D-subminiature connector and printer required unless otherwise available.
VT510-xx
LA75S-xx
LAXXS-AD
VT510 terminal
LA75 Plus printer
VT510/LA75 table for both VT510 and LA75
Step 8—Terminals and Printers
Order printers and terminals if required.
Step 9—Software
Note: An OpenVMS Group Table Patch is available that enables OpenVMS Concurrent Use License PAKs and
Distributed Interactive User License PAKs; it can be duplicated and used with each valid license. Customers are
allowed to install and use the patch under their existing license agreement. The kit is available on the Internet at the
following address: http://www.service.digital.com/html/patch_service.html. It can also be obtained by ordering the
following:
QA-MT3AC-H8
OpenVMS VAX and Alpha Group Table Patch on CD-ROM
OpenVMS VAX Concurrent Use Licenses
OpenVMS VAX Concurrent Use licenses are for customers running OpenVMS VAX V6.2 or greater, see above note.
OpenVMS VAX Concurrent Use license provides the right to interactively use the operating system by the specified
number of concurrent users on a designated OpenVMS system. OpenVMS Concurrent Use licenses can be moved from
one OpenVMS system to another OpenVMS system at user discretion and can be shared in a mixed OpenVMS VAX and
OpenVMS Alpha Cluster.
QL-MT3AA-3B
QL-MT3AA-3C
QL-MT3AA-3D
QL-MT3AA-3E
QL-MT3AA-3F
QL-MT3AA-3G
QL-MT3AA-3H
QL-MT3AA-3J
QL-MT3AA-3K
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OpenVMS Concurrent Use 1-user license
OpenVMS Concurrent Use 2-user license
OpenVMS Concurrent Use 4-user license
OpenVMS Concurrent Use 8-user license
OpenVMS Concurrent Use 16-user license
OpenVMS Concurrent Use 32-user license
OpenVMS Concurrent Use 64-user license
OpenVMS Concurrent Use 128-user license
OpenVMS Concurrent Use 256-user license
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Step 9—Software (continued)
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive User Licenses
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive User Licenses are for customers running OpenVMS VAX V6.0 to V 6.1, see above
note.
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive User licenses provide the right to interactively use the operating system by the
specified number of Interactive Users on a designated OpenVMS VAX system. OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive
User licenses can be moved from one OpenVMS VAX system to another OpenVMS VAX system at the user’s discretion
and can be shared in an OpenVMS VAX Cluster but NOT in a mixed OpenVMS VAX and OpenVMS Alpha Cluster.
QL-09SA9-BB
QL-09SA9-BC
QL-09SA9-BD
QL-09sA9-BE
QL-09SA9-BF
QL-09SA9-BG
QL-09SA9-BH
QL-09SAA-BR
QL-09SAB-BR
QL-XULA5-AA
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 1 User License
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 2 User License
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 4 User License
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 8 User License
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 16 User License
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 32 User License
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 64 User License
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 128 User License
OpenVMS VAX Distributed Interactive 256 User License
OpenVMS VAX Traditional unlimited user license
VAXcluster Software License
QL-VBRA5-AA
VAXcluster Software license. Required with each system that will connect to an OpenVMS Cluster.
Media and Documentation
QA-001AA-Hx
QA-09SAA-Hx
QA-GXXAB-Hx
OpenVMS media and extended documentation, including OpenVMS Cluster and DECnet
documentation
OpenVMS media and base documentation
POSIX media and documentation (without IEEE documentation)
Note: x denotes media type: 5 = TK50; 8 = CD-ROM
DIGITAL NAS Software Packages
Select the appropriate DIGITAL NAS software package. The DIGITAL NAS packaged products do not include hardcopy
documentation for the components (the documentation is CD-ROM only).
QL-MC2A5-AA
QA-MC2AA-Hx
QL-MC5A5-AA
QA-MC5AA-Hx
DIGITAL NAS Server 300 license
DIGITAL NAS Server 300 media and documentation kit
DIGITAL NAS Production Server 400 license
DIGITAL NAS Production Server 400 media and documentation kit
Note: x denotes media type: 8 = CD-ROM, 5 = TK50, M = magtape
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Step 10—Environmental Power Products
Power Configuration Table
Options
Base System includes power regulator, I/O port
module, CPU module, memory module, XMI
I/O channel, DEMNA
I/O expansion cabinet (H9F00-BA/BB/BC)
includes power regulator
Additional CPU modules
MS7AA-BA 128 MB of memory
MS7AA-CA 256 MB of memory
MS7AA-DA 512 MB of memory
MS7AA-FA 2 GB of memory
CIXCD-AC XMI CI controller
DEMFA-AA XMI FDDI adapter
DEMNA-M XMI Ethernet controller
DWLMA-AA XMI plug-in unit
DWLMA-BA XMI plug-in unit
KFMSA-BA XMI DSSI adapter
DMB32-M VAXBI multifunction controller
DWMBB-LA VAXBI plug-in unit
RZ26, RZ28, RZ29 SCSI disk drives
TLZ09 SCSI DAT tape drive
TZ87-VA SCSI tape drive
Total the Last Column1
EPU Values
System
Cabinet
Options
Quantity
30
1
Total
EPU
(Quantity
times EPU)
30
EPU Values
Expansion
Cabinet
Options
Quantity
Total
EPU
(Quantity
times EPU)
–
–
0
7
10
10
10
10
4
5
3
4
–
3
3
4
1
1
3
–
–
–
–
–
4
5
3
–
4
3
3
4
1
1
3
1
0
1. If EPU is greater then 80, order second power regulator (H7263-AA/AB). EPU must not exceed a system total of 180.
Five and six processor systems include two power regulators, providing a total of 180 EPUs.
Note: Depending on the configuration, the system offers integral UPS capability that supports all in cabinet components
for up to 11 minutes. If UPS support is required for external devices, e.g., console terminals, terminal servers,
printers, modems, etc., a universal UPS can be ordered separately.
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Specifications
Physical Characteristics
Height
Width
Depth
Weight, full configuration
Without batteries
With batteries
Clearances
Front
Rear
Environmental
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Vibration
1
Heat dissipation
Power requirements3
Nominal voltage
Frequency range
Phases
Maximum input
current/phase
Surge current
Rating
Power cap (system)
Receptacle (site)
Receptacle
PCS/PDS/PDU/UPS cable
Operating
170.0 cm (67.0 in.)
80.0 cm (31.5 in.)
87.5 cm (34.4 in.)
Shipping
195.0 cm (76.7 in.)
109.5 cm (43.1 in.)
121.0 cm (47.5 in.)
408 kg (900 lb)
448 kg (1000 lb)
545 kg (1200 lb)
585 kg (1300 lb)
Operating
Service
1.0 m (40 in.)
1.5 m (59 in.)
1.0 m (40 in.)
1.0 m (40 in.)
Operating
Nonoperating
15° to 28° C (59° to 82°F)
-40° to 66° C (-40° to 151°F)
20% to 80%
10% to 95%
0–2.4 km (0–8000 ft)
9,100 m (30,000 ft)
2–22 Hz @ 0.01"da minimum 22–500 Hz @ 0.25g maximum
Fully Configured System
Fully Configured System
(System Cabinet with Two
(System Cabinet)
I/O Expansion Cabinets)
17,700 Btu/hr, 5,200 W
2
Minimally Configured System 47,000 Btu/hr, 13,800 W
(System Cabinet)
3,400 Btu/hr, 1,000 W
U.S./Canada
Europe/APA
Japan
120/208 V
380–415 V
202 V
50–60 Hz
50–60 Hz
50–60 Hz
3-phase star
3-phase star
3-phase delta
4-wire N-GND
4-wire N-GND 4-wire mid-GND or
3-wire junction-GND
24 A rms
24 A rms
12.8 A rms
50 A peak
30 A
DEC 12-12314-00
DEC 12-12315-01
NEMA L21-30R
BC24W
50 A peak
50 A peak
30 A
16 A
DEC 12-30333-02 DEC 12-12314-00
DEC 12-12315-01
See footnote 4
NEMA L21-30R
IEC309
BC24W
BN29X
1.Power system provides unity power factor which allows full use of input line current
(watts=VA). Approximate Btu's for a given system configuration can be calculated by
multiplying the “EPU” value per cabinet by 85.4.
2.Minimally configured system contains one regulator, one CPU module, one memory
module, one IOP module, and one Ethernet controller.
3.Power cord is required for system cabinet and each I/O expansion cabinet.
4.Receptacle type is Hubbell 516R6 or equivalent.
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