Notes for using Graphics, Keyboard and Mouse with

Notes for using Graphics, Keyboard and
Mouse with Fujitsu M10 servers
September 2016
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 Purpose and limitations of this document
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The information included in this document is intended as a guide for using Fujitsu,
Oracle and 3rd Party graphics card, keyboard and mouse with Fujitsu M10 servers.
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 Contact
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If you have questions, please contact US FOrCE at: M10_FORCE@us.fujitsu.com
 Terms
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Oracle Solaris may be referred to as Solaris.
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Introduction
 Fujitsu has tested Fujitsu M10 (all models) with the IHV Graphics Card,
Keyboard and Mouse.
 Use Cases
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Fujitsu M10 servers are the best consolidation platform that includes Graphics
capabilities.
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Extreme Capacity and Processing Power for Extreme Consolidation
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Complete Built-in Virtualization with No Additional License Cost
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Flexible Capacity to Start Small and Grow
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CPU Core Activation
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Mix DIMM sizes
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Wide Range of PCIe Cards
Fujitsu M10-1 as a replacement from aging SPARC workstations or office servers.
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Low entry list price SPARC server  starting under $10,000.
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Supports Oracle Solaris 10 in both control and guest domain.
End of Support
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IHV Graphics Card
 Graphics Card
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Product Name: Raptor GFX550e
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Vender: EIZO Rugged Solutions (formerly Tech Source)
P/N: 19-0156-02
Features: High Resolution PCI Express Graphics Board
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Supported Fujitsu M10 Models: All models and frequencies
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Supported OS: Oracle Solaris 11.2 SRU11.2.6.4.0 or later
Oracle Solaris 10 1/13
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Driver (mko) revision:
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Solaris 10: 1.3 (No console frame buffer function support)
1.49 (Console frame buffer function support)
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Solaris 11: 1.4 (No console frame buffer function support)
1.47 (Console frame buffer function support)
[ Notes ]
– You can identify the driver revision as follows:
# modinfo | grep mko
98 118662a0 12f08 318 1 mko (TSI tspci driver $Revision : 1.47)
– When you use the console frame buffer function, confirm the
output-device and input-device OBP variables are set correctly.
For example:
ok printenv output-device
output-device = screen
ok printenv input-device
output-device = keyboard
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Contacts
Please contact EIZO Rugged Solutions or one of its distributors (such as SHOSHIN).
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EIZO Rugged Solutions, Inc.
– E-mail: ers-info@eizo.com
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SHOSHIN CORPORATION
– E-mail: is@shoshin.co.jp
Resources
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Oracle Hardware Compatibility List
www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/hcl/data/components/details/techsource_in
c/sol_11_2/10870.html
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IHV Keyboard
 USB Keyboard
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Product Name: KB410 USB, KB521 USB
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Vender: Fujitsu Limited
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Supported Fujitsu M10 Models: All models and frequencies
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Supported OS: Oracle Solaris 11.2 SRU11.2.6.4.0 or later
Oracle Solaris 10 1/13
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Resources:
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KB410 USB
KB521 USB
Datasheets
http://sp.ts.fujitsu.com/dmsp/Publications/public/ds-Keyboard-KB410-K-USB.pdf
http://sp.ts.fujitsu.com/dmsp/Publications/public/ds-Keyboard-KB521.pdf
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Websites
http://www.fujitsu.com/fts/products/computing/peripheral/accessories/inputdevices/keyboards/keyboard-kb410-usb.html
http://www.fujitsu.com/uk/products/computing/peripheral/accessories/inputdevices/keyboards/keyboard-kb521.html
 Sun Type7 Keyboard (EOL)
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Product Name: Sun Type7 Keyboard
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Vender: Oracle
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P/N: X3701A-UNIX
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Supported Fujitsu M10 Models: All models and frequencies
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Supported OS: Oracle Solaris 11.2 SRU11.2.6.4.0 or later
Oracle Solaris 10 1/13
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Resources:
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Website
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/sunrayproducts/docs/pkits-faq092013-2022932.pdf
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IHV Mouse
 USB Mouse
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Product Name: M510 (EOL), M520
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Vender: Fujitsu Limited
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Supported Fujitsu M10 Models: All models and frequencies
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Supported OS: Oracle Solaris 11.2 SRU11.2.6.4.0 or later
Oracle Solaris 10 1/13
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Resources:
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M510
M520
Datasheets
http://sp.ts.fujitsu.com/dmsp/Publications/public/ds-Mouse-M510.pdf
http://sp.ts.fujitsu.com/dmsp/Publications/public/ds-Mouse-M520-black.pdf
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Website
http://www.fujitsu.com/fts/products/computing/peripheral/accessories/inputdevices/mice/mouse-m520-black.html
 Sun Type7 Mouse (EOL)
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Product Name: Sun Type7 Mouse (included with Sun Type 7 Keyboard)
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Vender: Oracle
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P/N: X3701A-UNIX
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Supported Fujitsu M10 Models: All models and frequencies
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Supported OS: Oracle Solaris 11.2 SRU11.2.6.4.0 or later
Oracle Solaris 10 1/13
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Resources:
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Website
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/sunrayproducts/docs/pkits-faq092013-2022932.pdf
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Fujitsu M10 + Keyboard – Known Issues
 Issue
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STOP-A or sendbreak does not function when using the Raptor GFX 550e
graphics board (GFX550e) as console in Solaris 11 environment.
 Symptom
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With a keyboard connected to an M10-1 USB port (front or rear) or M10-4/4S rear
USB port, after entering debug mode with STOP-A or Shift-Pause/Break or
sending a break signal with the sendbreak XSCF command, no key input is
accepted due to the following bug.
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Bug 22097720 – “After sendbreak by STOP-A, the key cannot be inputted with
the USB keyboard”
 Workarounds
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B)
Use a USB2.0 Hub between the USB port and keyboard
You may need to type "c", "s" or "r" keys several times before key input is
accepted.
Use the XSCF reset command
Example to get a crash dump:
XSCF> reset -y -p 0 -g primary panic
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Fujitsu M10 + Keyboard - TIPS
Keyboard Layout/Keymap settings for KB410 USB and KB521 USB
You may need the following settings depending on your international language
environment.
 OBP mode
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Set the keyboard-layout OBP variable to US-English as follows:
ok setenv keyboard-layout US-English
 Solaris 11.3 Console
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Set the keymap to US-English as follows:
# nlsadm set-console-keymap US-English
see http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54757/glmlj.html#scrolltocthe
 Solaris 11.2 Console
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Set the keymap to US-English as follows:
# svccfg -s keymap:default setprop keymap/layout = astring:
"US-English"
# svcadm refresh keymap
# svcadm restart keymap
 Solaris 11.2 and 11.3 GUI (GNOME)
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Select USA from the "Keyboard Layout Selection" panel located at the bottom of the
GDM window.
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For a Solaris 11.3 example, see:
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54757/glqpa.html#scrolltoc
 Solaris 10 GUI (CDE/JDS)
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Modify the keyboard layout definition line in the /etc/default/kbd file as follows:
LAYOUT=US-English
Then reboot, or execute kbd –i and restart the CDE desktop (logout/login).
Or, execute kbd -s US-English to change the keyboard layout temporarily,
and then restart the CDE desktop (logout/login).
Note that kbd -s US-English must be executed after each reboot.
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