The Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual

The Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual
Sun Fire™ 15K/12K Systems
Service Manual
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
www.sun.com
Part No. 806-3512-14
April 2008, Revision A
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Contents
Declaration of Conformity
Preface
1.
2.
xxix
xxxi
Guidelines, Indicators, and Nomenclature
1–1
1.1
System Component Hot-Swap Guidelines
1–1
1.2
Configuration Rules
1.3
Testing the System
1.4
Reviewing System Temperatures
1.5
Reviewing System Power
1.6
Hardware Indicators
1.7
Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)—Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)
1.8
Safety Precautions
1.9
Special Tools and Shipping Kit Items
1.10
System Block Diagrams
1–2
1–3
1–4
1–5
1–6
1–7
1–13
1–14
1–15
FrameManager and Extension, and TopCap and Extension Replacement
Procedures 2–1
2.1
FrameManager Replacement
2–2
2.1.1
Removing the FrameManager
2.1.2
Installing the FrameManager
2–2
2–2
iii
2.2
2.3
2.4
3.
3.2
iv
Removing the FrameManager Extension
2.2.2
Installing the FrameManager Extension
TopCap Replacement
2–3
2–3
2–3
2.3.1
Removing the TopCap
2.3.2
Installing the TopCap
TopCap Extension Replacement
2–3
2–4
2–4
2.4.1
Removing the TopCap Extension
2.4.2
Installing the TopCap Extension
2–4
2–4
3–1
Power Module Replacement Procedures
3–2
3.1.1
Power Module Replacement
3.1.2
Powering Off for Power Module Removal
3.1.3
Removing a Power Module
3.1.4
Installing a Power Module
3.1.5
Powering On After Power Module Installation
3–2
3–2
3–4
3–6
3–7
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Replacement Procedures
3.2.1
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply LEDs
3.2.2
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Replacement
Fan Trays
4.1
2–3
2.2.1
System Power
3.1
4.
FrameManager Extension Replacement
3–8
3–9
3–10
3.2.2.1
Isolating a Failed Power Supply
3.2.2.2
Powering Off a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
3.2.2.3
Removing a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
3.2.2.4
Installing a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
3.2.2.5
Powering On a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
3.2.2.6
Verifying a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
4–1
Fan Tray LEDs
4–2
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3–10
3–11
3–11
3–12
3–13
3–13
4.2
5.
5.2
4.2.1
Isolating a Failed Fan Tray
4–3
4.2.2
Powering Off a Fan Tray
4.2.3
Removing a Fan Tray
4.2.4
Installing a Fan Tray
4–5
4.2.5
Verifying a Fan Tray
4–6
4–4
4–4
5–1
System Control (SC) CPU Board Replacement Procedures
5.1.1
Powering Off the SC Board
5.1.2
Removing the SC Board
5.1.3
Removing the System Control (SC) CPU Board
5–2
5–2
5–2
5–2
System Control (SC) Board cPCI Memory Board Installation Procedures
5–3
5.2.1
Installing cPCI Memory Boards on the SC CPU
5.2.2
Installing the System Control (SC) CPU Board
5.2.3
Installing the System Control (SC) Board
5.2.4
Verifying the cPCI Memory Boards on the SC CPU
System Control (SC) Board
6.1
7.
4–3
System Control (SC) CPU Board and cPCI Memory Board
5.1
6.
Fan Tray Replacement Procedures
5–3
5–5
5–5
5–6
6–1
System Control (SC) Board Replacement
6–2
6.1.1
System Control Board LEDs
6–2
6.1.2
System Control Board (SC) Replacement Procedures
6–4
6.1.2.1
Isolating a Failed System Control Board
6.1.2.2
Powering Off a System Control (SC) Board
6.1.2.3
Removing a System Control (SC) Board
6.1.2.4
Installing a System Control (SC) Board
6–8
6.1.2.5
Verifying a System Control (SC) Board
6–10
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
6–4
6–4
6–6
7–1
Contents
v
7.1
System Control Peripheral Board LEDs
7.2
System Control Peripheral Board Replacement Procedures
7.3
7.4
7.5
8.
vi
7–2
7–6
7.2.1
Isolating a Failed System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
7.2.2
Powering Off a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
7.2.3
Removing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
7.2.4
Installing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
7.2.5
Powering On a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
7.2.6
Verifying a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
DVD-ROM Peripheral Replacement Procedures
7–6
7–6
7–6
7–8
7–9
7–9
7–10
7.3.1
Removing the Failed DVD-ROM Peripheral From the System
Control (SC) Peripheral Board 7–10
7.3.2
Installing the DVD-ROM Peripheral on the System Control (SC)
Peripheral Board 7–11
7.3.3
Powering On a DVD-ROM Peripheral
7.3.4
Verifying a DVD-ROMDVD-ROM Peripheral
7–12
Hard Drive Peripheral Replacement Procedures
7–12
7–13
7.4.1
Removing the Failed Hard Drive Peripheral From the System
Control (SC) Peripheral Board 7–13
7.4.2
Installing the Hard Drive Peripheral on the System Control (SC)
Peripheral Board 7–15
7.4.3
Powering On a Hard Drive Peripheral
7.4.4
Verifying a Hard Drive Peripheral
7–15
7–15
Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Peripheral Replacement Procedures
7–16
7.5.1
Removing the Failed DAT Peripheral From the System Control (SC)
Peripheral Board 7–16
7.5.2
Installing the DAT Peripheral on the System Control (SC)
Peripheral Board 7–17
7.5.3
Powering On a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Peripheral
7.5.4
Verifying a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Peripheral
CPU (Slot 0) Board
8–1
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7–18
7–18
8.1
CPU (Slot 0) Board LEDs
8.2
CPU (Slot 0) Board Replacement Procedures
8–3
8.2.1
Isolating a Failed CPU (Slot 0) Board
8–3
8.2.2
Powering Off a CPU (Slot 0) Board
8.2.3
Removing a CPU (Slot 0) Board
8.2.4
Installing a CPU (Slot 0) Board
8–7
8.2.5
Verifying a CPU (Slot 0) Board
8–8
8.3
8.4
9.
9.2
8–5
8.3.1
Removing the CPU DIMMs
8–9
8.3.2
Installing the CPU DIMMs
8–11
CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel Replacement Procedures
8.4.1
Removing a CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel
8.4.2
Installing a CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel
8–9
8–12
8–12
8–12
9–1
hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
9–2
9.1.1
hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly LEDs
9.1.2
hsPCI I/O (Slot 1) Assembly Replacement Procedures
9–2
9.1.2.1
Isolating a Failed hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
9.1.2.2
Powering Off an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
9.1.2.3
Removing an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
9.1.2.4
Installing an hsPCI (slot 1) Assembly
9.1.2.5
Powering On an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
9.1.2.6
Verifying an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
PCI Cassette Replacement Procedures
9.2.1
9.3
8–4
CPU (Slot 0) Board DIMM Replacement Procedures
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9.1
8–2
PCI Cassette Replacement
9–3
9–3
9–4
9–5
9–6
9–7
9–7
9–8
9–8
9.2.1.1
Removing the PCI Cassette
9.2.1.2
Installing the PCI Cassette
PCI Cassette Card Replacement Procedures
9–8
9–9
9–10
Contents
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9.3.1
9.4
9.5
10.
Removing the PCI Card from the Cassette
9.3.1.2
Installing the PCI Card into the Cassette
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Replacement Procedures
9.4.1
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board LEDs
9.4.2
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Replacement
9–10
9–10
9–11
9–11
9–12
9.4.2.1
Isolating a Failed MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
9.4.2.2
Powering Off a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
9.4.2.3
Removing a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
9.4.2.4
Installing a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
9.4.2.5
Powering On a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
9.4.2.6
Verifying a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel Replacement Procedures
9.5.1
Removing an I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel
9.5.2
Installing an I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel
9–12
9–13
9–14
9–15
9–15
9–16
9–17
9–17
9–17
10–1
10.1
Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate
10.2
Carrier Plate Replacement and Modifications
10–2
10–5
10.2.1
Carrier Plate FRU Modification Contents
10.2.2
Carrier Plate Replacement for Standard Configurations of Slots 1, 2,
3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, and 17 10–7
10.2.3
Carrier Plate Replacement for Configuration of Slots 0 and 9
10.2.4
Carrier Plate Replacement for Configuration of Slots 4, 5, 13, and
14 10–9
Carrier Plate (With Air Dam) Replacement
10.3.1
viii
9–10
9.3.1.1
Board Set Carrier Plates
10.3
11.
PCI Cassette Card Replacement
10–7
10–11
Carrier Plate (With Air Dam) Replacement for Standard
Configurations of Slots 4, 5, 13, and 14 10–12
System Control Expander Board Set
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11–1
10–8
11.1
11.2
12.
13.
Centerplane Support Board Replacement
11–2
11.1.1
11–2
Centerplane Support Board LEDs
Centerplane Support Board Replacement Procedures
11–3
11.2.1
Isolating a Failed Centerplane Support Board
11–4
11.2.2
Powering Off a Centerplane Support Board
11.2.3
Removing a Centerplane Support Board
11.2.4
Installing a Centerplane Support Board
11.2.5
Powering On a Centerplane Support Board
11.2.6
Verifying a Centerplane Support Board
System Expander Board Set
11–4
11–5
11–7
11–8
11–9
12–1
12.1
System Expander Board LEDs
12–2
12.2
Expander Board Replacement Procedures
12–3
12.2.1
Isolating a Failed Expander Board
12–3
12.2.2
Powering Off an Expander Board
12.2.3
Removing an Expander Board
12.2.4
Installing an Expander Board
12.2.5
Powering On an Expander Board
12.2.6
Verifying an Expander Board
12–4
12–5
12–8
12–9
12–10
Sun Fireplane Interconnect Replacement Procedure
13–1
13.1
Determining a Capacity on Demand (COD) System
13–2
13.2
Isolating a Failed Sun Fireplane Interconnect
13.3
Setting Up the System Prior to Replacing the Sun Fireplane Interconnect
13–4
13.4
Powering Off the System for Sun Fireplane Interconnect Replacement
6
13.5
Removing the Sun Fireplane Interconnect From the Chassis
13.6
Installing the Sun Fireplane Interconnect into the Chassis
13–3
13–
13–7
13–11
Contents
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13.7
13.8
14.
15.
16.
Powering On the System After the Sun Fireplane Interconnect
Installation 13–13
13.7.1
Powering on the System Controllers
13.7.2
Powering on the Centerplane Support Board
13.7.3
Starting the Domains
13–14
13–15
Restarting Capacity on Demand (COD) After Sun Fireplane Interconnect
Installation 13–15
Fan Backplane Replacement Procedure
14–1
14.1
Powering Off for Fan Backplane Removal
14.2
Removing a Fan Backplane
14.3
Installing a Fan Backplane
14.4
Powering On After Fan Backplane Installation
14–2
14–3
14–5
Power Centerplane Replacement Procedure
14–6
15–1
15.1
Powering Off the System for Power Centerplane Replacement
15.2
Removing the Power Centerplane
15.3
Installing the Power Centerplane Assembly into the Chassis
15.4
Powering On the System After Power Centerplane Installation
Cable Replacement Procedures
15–2
15–3
15–6
15–10
16–1
16.1
AC Power Cord
16.2
Internal Cabinet Cable Replacement Procedures
16–10
16–10
16.2.1
Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement
16.2.2
48 VDC Power Cable Replacement
16.2.3
16–11
16–12
16.2.2.1
Removing the 48 VDC Power Cable
16.2.2.2
Installing the 48 VDC Power Cable
16–12
16–13
Power Shelf I2C or FrameManager and TopCap Cable
Replacement 16–14
16.2.3.1
x
13–13
Removing the Power Shelf I2C or FrameManager and
TopCap Cable 16–14
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16.2.3.2
16.2.4
16.2.5
16.2.6
16.2.7
16.2.8
16.3
17.
Installing the Power Shelf I2C or FrameManager and
TopCap Cable 16–14
Power Crossover Cable Replacement
16–15
16.2.4.1
Removing the Power Crossover Cable
16.2.4.2
Installing the Power Crossover Cable
Fan Tray Power Cable Replacement
17.2
17.3
16–15
16–16
16.2.5.1
Removing the Fan Tray Power Cable
16.2.5.2
Installing the Fan Tray Power Cable
Internal Cable Harness Set Replacement
16–16
16–17
16–18
16.2.6.1
Removing the Internal Cable Harness Set
16.2.6.2
Installing the Internal Cable Harness Set
FrameManager Cable Replacement
16.2.7.1
Removing the FrameManager Cable
16.2.7.2
Installing the FrameManager Cable
TopCap Cable Replacement
Removing the TopCap Cable
16.2.8.2
Installing the TopCap Cable
Side Panel Replacement
16–20
16–22
16–23
16–24
16–25
17–1
17–2
17.1.1
Removing a Side Panel
17.1.2
Installing a Side Panel
Access Door Replacement
16–19
16–23
16.2.8.1
Powering On the System
16–18
16–20
Mechanical Components Replacement Procedures
17.1
16–15
17–2
17–2
17–2
17.2.1
Removing an Access Door
17–3
17.2.2
Installing an Access Door
17–3
Kick Plate Assembly Replacement
17–3
17.3.1
Removing a Kick Plate Assembly
17.3.2
Installing a Kick Plate Assembly
17–3
17–4
Contents
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18.
Periodic Maintenance
18.1
18.2
18–1
Cleaning the Air Plenum Panel Air-Intake Screens
18–2
18.1.1
Air Plenum Panel Air-Intake Screen for Sun Fire 15K/12K
Systems 18–2
18.1.2
Cleaning the Air Plenum Air-Intake Screens
Air Filter Replacement
18.2.1
18–4
Replacing an Air Filter
18–4
A. Component Serial Number Worksheet
B. System Labels
19–1
20–1
B.1
ESD GROUND and Top Fan Tray Component Number Labels
B.2
System Chassis and Carrier Plate Labels
B.3
Fan Tray Labels
B.4
20–2
20–4
B.3.1
Fan Tray Removal Label
20–4
B.3.2
Bottom Fan Tray Component Number Labels
Board Carrier Slot Component Number Labels
2.4.1
Front Component Number Labels
2.4.2
Rear Component Number Labels
B.5
Expander Label
2.6
Centerplane Support Label
B.7
Sun Fireplane Interconnect Label
2.8
Power Supply Labels
C.1
20–5
20–5
20–5
20–5
20–6
20–6
20–7
20–7
2.8.1
Power Supply Component Labels
20–7
2.8.2
External Power Supply Handle-Instruction Label
2.8.3
Power Supply Weight-Information Label
2.8.4
Power Supply CAUTION Label
Access Doors and Side Panels
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
21–2
20–7
20–8
20–8
C. Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
xii
18–3
21–1
20–1
3.2
FrameManager Assembly and TopCap Assembly
3.2.1
FrameManager Assembly
3.2.2
TopCap Assembly
21–3
21–3
3.3
Kick Plate Assembly
3.4
System Board Assemblies and Carrier Plates
3.5
Fan Tray Cooling Components
21–15
3.6
Power Supplies and Air Filters
21–16
3.7
System Cables
Index
21–3
21–4
21–5
21–19
Index–1
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
Figures
FIGURE 1-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Component Numbering—Front
1–9
FIGURE 1-5
Sun Fire 15K System Component Numbering—Rear
1–10
FIGURE 1-6
Sun Fire 12K System Component Numbering—Rear
1–11
FIGURE 1-7
Cassette Component Numbering—Sun Fire 15K Front and Rear, and Sun Fire 12K Front 1–
12
FIGURE 1-8
System Architecture Block Diagram
FIGURE 1-9
Control Distribution Block Diagram
FIGURE 1-10
Power Distribution Block Diagram
FIGURE 3-1
Air-Plenum Cover
FIGURE 3-2
Power Module
FIGURE 3-3
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Power Supply
FIGURE 3-4
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply LEDs
FIGURE 3-5
AC Power Cord Installation
FIGURE 4-1
Fan Tray
FIGURE 4-2
Fan Tray LEDs
FIGURE 5-1
System Control (SC) CPU cPCI Memory Board Installation
FIGURE 6-1
System Control Board LEDs (3U to 6U Conversion Board Option)
FIGURE 6-2
System Control Board
FIGURE 7-1
System Control Peripheral Board LEDs
FIGURE 7-2
SC Peripheral Board and Center Access Panel—Exploded
FIGURE 7-3
SC Peripheral Board DVD Removal and Access Panel—Exploded
1–15
1–16
1–17
3–4
3–6
3–8
3–10
3–13
4–1
4–3
5–4
6–3
6–8
7–4
7–8
7–11
xv
FIGURE 7-4
SC Peripheral Board Hard Drive Removal and Access Panel—Exploded
FIGURE 7-5
SC Peripheral Board DAT Removal and Access Panel—Exploded
FIGURE 8-1
CPU Board LEDs
FIGURE 8-2
CPU Board Components
FIGURE 8-3
CPU Board Memory DIMM Locations
FIGURE 8-4
CPU DIMM Removal
FIGURE 9-1
hsPCI Board LEDs
FIGURE 9-2
PCI Cassette Removal
9–9
FIGURE 9-3
MaxCPU Board LEDs
9–12
FIGURE 10-1
System Carrier Plates
10–3
FIGURE 10-2
Standard Configuration Carrier Plate
FIGURE 10-3
Removing the T Rail Guide
FIGURE 10-4
Securing the Center Guide Bracket After the T Rail Guide Removal
FIGURE 10-5
Removing the Card Cage Filler Panel
FIGURE 10-6
Installing the EMI Metal Gasket
FIGURE 10-7
Air-Dam Configuration Carrier Plate
FIGURE 11-1
Centerplane Support Board LEDs
FIGURE 11-2
Centerplane Support Board and Carrier Plate
FIGURE 12-1
System Expander Board LEDs
FIGURE 12-2
Expander Board and Carrier Plate—Exploded
FIGURE 13-1
Sun Fireplane Interconnect—Front and Rear View
FIGURE 13-2
Sun Fireplane Interconnect Tightening Pattern
FIGURE 14-1
Fan Backplane Locations—Front
FIGURE 14-2
Fan Backplane Connections
FIGURE 15-1
Power Centerplane Power Control Connections
FIGURE 15-2
Voltage-and-Return Reference Designation Labels—Front and Rear
FIGURE 16-1
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Internal Cable Connections
FIGURE 16-2
System Cable Layout Diagram—Typical for Front (Side 0) and Rear (Side 1)
FIGURE 16-3
Fan Tray Backplane FRU Cable Diagram—Top Front, Side 0
16–5
FIGURE 16-4
Fan Tray Backplane FRU Cable Diagram—Top Front, Side 1
16–5
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7–17
8–3
8–6
8–10
8–11
9–3
10–6
10–8
10–9
10–10
10–11
10–12
11–3
11–6
12–3
12–7
13–10
13–12
14–4
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15–8
16–3
16–4
FIGURE 16-5
Power Centerplane Cable Diagram—Bottom Front, Side 0
16–6
FIGURE 16-6
Power Centerplane Cable Diagram—Bottom Rear, Side 1
16–7
FIGURE 16-7
Cable Schematic Diagram for Interface Connectors—Side 0
16–7
FIGURE 16-8
Cable Schematic Diagram for Interface Connectors—Side 1
16–8
FIGURE 16-9
DC Power Distribution Cables—Side 0 and Side 1
FIGURE 16-10
48 VDC Power Cables
16–13
FIGURE 16-11
Fan Tray Power Cable
16–17
FIGURE 16-12
Internal Cable Harness Set
FIGURE 16-13
FrameManager Cable 16–22
FIGURE 16-14
TopCap Cable 16–24
FIGURE 17-1
Kick Plate Assembly
FIGURE 18-1
Air Plenum Panel and Air-Intake Screen for the Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems
FIGURE 18-2
Filter Replacement—Front and Rear
FIGURE B-1
ESD GROUND and Top Fan Tray Component Number Labels
FIGURE B-2
System Chassis and Carrier Plate Label—Carrier Plate Installation Procedures
FIGURE B-3
Carrier Plate Warning Label
FIGURE B-4
Fan Tray Removal Label
FIGURE B-5
Bottom Fan Tray Component Number Labels
FIGURE B-6
Front Component Number Labels
20–5
FIGURE B-7
Rear Component Number Labels
20–6
FIGURE B-8
Expander Label
FIGURE B-9
Centerplane Support Label
FIGURE B-10
Sun Fireplane Interconnect Label
20–7
FIGURE B-11
Power Supply Component Labels
20–7
FIGURE B-12
External Power Supply Label
FIGURE B-13
Power Supply Weight-Information Label
FIGURE B-14
Power Supply CAUTION Label
FIGURE C-1
System FRU Component Categories
FIGURE C-2
Access Doors and Side Panels
FIGURE C-3
FrameManager Assembly Components
16–8
16–19
17–4
18–3
18–5
20–2
20–3
20–4
20–4
20–5
20–6
20–6
20–7
20–8
20–8
21–1
21–2
21–3
Figures
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FIGURE C-4
TopCap Assembly Components
FIGURE C-5
Kick Plate Assembly Components
FIGURE C-6
Centerplane Support Board
FIGURE C-7
System Controller Carrier Plate
FIGURE C-8
System Expander Carrier Plate (With Air Dam)
FIGURE C-9
System Control Board—3U to 6U Conversion Board Option
FIGURE C-10
System Control Peripheral Board
FIGURE C-11
System Expander Board
FIGURE 3-3
System Expander Carrier Plate (with or without air dam)
FIGURE C-12
CPU Board 21–10
FIGURE C-13
Hot-swap PCI (hsPCI-X/hsPCI+) I/O Board
FIGURE C-14
MaxCPU Board 21–11
FIGURE C-15
I/O Filler Panel (used as required)
FIGURE C-16
CPU Filler Panel (used as required)
FIGURE C-17
Sun Fireplane Interconnect
FIGURE C-18
Power Centerplane
FIGURE C-19
Fan Backplane
FIGURE C-20
Fan Tray Cooling Component
FIGURE C-21
Power Supply
21–17
FIGURE C-22
Power Module
21–18
FIGURE C-23
Air Filter
FIGURE C-24
AC Power Cable, Domestic
FIGURE C-25
AC Power Cable, Domestic 2
FIGURE 3-4
AC Power Cable, International
FIGURE C-26
AC Power Cable, International 2
FIGURE C-27
Fan Power Cable 21–22
FIGURE C-28
Fan I2C Cable, Front Upper
21–25
FIGURE C-29
Fan I2C Cable, Front Lower
21–25
FIGURE C-30
Fan I2C Cable, Rear Upper
21–26
FIGURE C-31
Fan I2C Cable, Rear Lower
21–26
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21–4
21–7
21–7
21–8
21–8
21–9
21–9
21–12
21–12
21–13
21–13
21–14
21–15
21–18
21–20
21–20
21–21
21–22
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21–10
FIGURE C-32
Power Module to Connector Bulkhead, 48 VDC Power
21–27
FIGURE C-33
Connector Bulkhead to Connector Bulkhead, 48 VDC Crossover
FIGURE C-34
Power Module to Connector Bulkhead, I2C Signals
FIGURE C-35
Control 0 Cable, Front
21–29
FIGURE C-36
Control 1 Cable, Front
21–30
FIGURE C-37
Control 0 Cable, Rear
21–30
FIGURE C-38
Power Control Cable, Front
FIGURE C-39
Control 1 Cable, Rear
FIGURE C-40
Power Control Cable, Front
21–31
FIGURE C-41
Power Control Cable, Rear
21–31
FIGURE C-42
FrameManager and TopCap Power Cable, Internal
FIGURE C-43
FrameManager and TopCap Power Cable, External
FIGURE C-44
RS-232 Cable, Internal
FIGURE C-45
RS-232 Cable, External
FIGURE C-46
SC-CPU Cable
21–28
21–29
21–30
21–31
21–32
21–32
21–33
21–33
21–34
Figures
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Tables
TABLE 1
1–3
TABLE 2
1–4
TABLE 1-1
Temperature Levels
TABLE 1-2
Ambient Thermal Levels
TABLE 3
1–4
1–4
1–5
TABLE 1-3
Voltage and Current Limits
TABLE 1-4
LEDs
TABLE 1-5
Customer Availability and Mean Time to Repair
TABLE 1-6
Safety Precautions
TABLE 1-7
1–14
TABLE 3-1
3–2
TABLE 3-2
3–2
TABLE 3-3
3–3
TABLE 3-4
3–3
TABLE 3-5
3–3
TABLE 3-6
3–7
1–5
1–6
1–7
1–13
TABLE 3-7
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Components
TABLE 3-8
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Valid LED Status
TABLE 3-9
3–10
TABLE 3-10
3–11
3–9
3–9
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TABLE 6
3–14
TABLE 4-1
Fan Tray Components
TABLE 4-2
Fan Tray Valid LED Status
TABLE 4-3
4–3
TABLE 3
4–4
TABLE 4-4
4–6
TABLE 5-1
5–5
TABLE 5-2
5–6
4–2
4–2
TABLE 6-1
System Control Board Components
TABLE 6-2
System Control Board Valid LED Status
TABLE 6-3
System Control CPU Board Indicator Function Descriptions
TABLE 6-4
6–4
TABLE 6-5
6–4
TABLE 6-6
6–4
TABLE 6-7
6–5
TABLE 6-8
6–6
TABLE 6-9
6–6
TABLE 6-10
6–6
TABLE 6-11
6–6
TABLE 6-12
6–7
TABLE 6-13
6–7
TABLE 6-14
6–9
TABLE 6-15
6–9
TABLE 6-16
6–10
TABLE 6-17
6–10
TABLE 6-18
6–11
TABLE 6-19
6–12
TABLE 6-20
6–12
TABLE 6-21
6–12
TABLE 7-1
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6–2
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board Components
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6–2
TABLE 7-2
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board Valid LED Status
TABLE 7-3
System Control DVD Peripheral Indicator Function Descriptions
7–4
TABLE 7-4
System Control Tape Peripheral Indicator Function Descriptions
7–5
TABLE 7-5
7–9
TABLE 7-6
7–12
TABLE 7-7
7–15
TABLE 7-8
7–18
TABLE 8-1
CPU Board Components
TABLE 8-2
CPU Board Valid LED Status
TABLE 8-3
8–4
TABLE 8-4
8–4
TABLE 8-5
8–4
TABLE 8-6
8–5
TABLE 8-7
8–5
TABLE 8-8
8–6
TABLE 8-9
8–7
TABLE 8-10
8–8
TABLE 8-11
8–8
TABLE 8-12
8–8
TABLE 8-13
8–8
8–2
8–2
TABLE 9-1
hsPCI Assembly Components
TABLE 9-2
hsPCI Assembly Valid LED Status
TABLE 9-3
9–4
TABLE 9-4
9–4
TABLE 9-5
9–4
TABLE 9-6
9–5
TABLE 9-7
9–5
TABLE 9-8
9–6
TABLE 9-9
9–6
TABLE 9-10
9–7
7–3
9–2
9–2
Tables
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TABLE 9-11
9–7
TABLE 9-12
9–7
TABLE 9-13
9–7
TABLE 9-14
9–8
TABLE 9-15
9–8
TABLE 9-16
9–9
TABLE 9-17
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Components
TABLE 9-18
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Valid LED Status
TABLE 9-19
9–13
TABLE 9-20
9–13
TABLE 9-21
9–13
TABLE 9-22
9–14
TABLE 9-23
9–14
TABLE 9-24
9–15
TABLE 9-25
9–15
TABLE 9-26
9–15
TABLE 9-27
9–16
9–11
9–11
TABLE 10-1
Carrier Plate FRU Modification Contents
10–7
TABLE 11-1
Centerplane Support Board Components
11–2
TABLE 11-2
Centerplane Support Board Valid LED Status
TABLE 11-3
11–4
TABLE 11-4
11–4
TABLE 11-5
11–4
TABLE 11-6
11–8
TABLE 11-7
11–8
TABLE 11-8
11–8
TABLE 11-9
11–8
TABLE 11-10
11–8
TABLE 11-11
11–9
TABLE 11-12
11–9
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11–2
TABLE 12-1
Expander Board Components
TABLE 12-2
Expander Board Valid LED Status
TABLE 12-3
12–4
TABLE 12-4
12–4
TABLE 12-5
12–4
TABLE 12-6
12–5
TABLE 12-7
12–8
TABLE 12-8
12–8
TABLE 12-9
12–9
TABLE 12-10
12–9
TABLE 12-11
12–9
TABLE 12-12
12–10
TABLE 12-13
12–10
TABLE 13-1
13–2
TABLE 13-2
13–2
TABLE 13-3
13–3
TABLE 13-4
13–3
TABLE 13-5
13–4
TABLE 13-6
12–2
12–2
Component Serial Numbers Worksheet
TABLE 13-7
13–6
TABLE 13-8
13–6
TABLE 13-9
13–6
TABLE 13-10
13–7
TABLE 13-11
13–7
TABLE 13-12
13–14
TABLE 13-13
13–14
TABLE 13-14
13–14
TABLE 13-15
13–14
TABLE 13-16
13–14
TABLE 13-17
13–15
13–5
Tables
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TABLE 13-18
13–15
TABLE 13-19
13–15
TABLE 13-20
13–16
TABLE 13-21
13–16
TABLE 14-1
14–2
TABLE 14-2
14–2
TABLE 14-3
14–2
TABLE 14-4
14–3
TABLE 14-5
14–3
TABLE 14-6
14–6
TABLE 15-1
15–2
TABLE 15-2
15–2
TABLE 15-3
15–2
TABLE 15-4
15–3
TABLE 15-5
15–3
TABLE 15-6
15–10
TABLE 16-1
Cable Termination Table
TABLE 16-2
16–11
TABLE 16-3
16–11
TABLE 16-4
16–11
TABLE 16-5
16–11
TABLE 16-6
16–12
TABLE 16-7
16–25
16–8
TABLE C-1
Access Doors and Side Panels
TABLE 3-2
FrameManager Assembly Components
TABLE 3-3
TopCap Assembly Components
TABLE 3-4
Kick Plate Assembly Components
TABLE 3-5
System Board Assemblies
TABLE 3-6
System Board Carrier Plates
TABLE 3-7
Fan Tray Cooling Components
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21–3
21–4
21–5
21–5
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TABLE 3-8
Power Supplies and Air Filters
21–16
TABLE 3-9
System Cables
TABLE 3-10
AC Power Cable, Domestic, Wire List
TABLE 3-11
AC Power Cable, Domestic 2, Wire List
TABLE 3-12
AC Power Cable, International, Wire List
TABLE 3-13
AC Power Cable, International 2, Wire List
TABLE 3-14
Fan Power Cable (Side 0) Termination Table 0
21–23
TABLE 3-15
Fan Power Cable (Side 1) Termination Table 1
21–23
TABLE 3-16
Power Module to Connector Bulkhead Cable, 48 VDC Power, Termination Table
TABLE 3-17
Connector Bulkhead to Connector Bulkhead, 48 VDC Crossover, Termination Table
TABLE 3-18
FrameManager and TopCap Power Cable, External, Termination Specifications
TABLE 3-19
RS-232 Cable, External, Termination Specifications
TABLE 3-20
SC-CPU Cable Termination Specifications
21–19
21–20
21–20
21–21
21–22
21–27
21–28
21–32
21–33
21–34
Tables
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Declaration of Conformity
Compliance Model Number:
Product Name:
2080
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems
EMC
European Union
This equipment complies with the following requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC:
EN55022:1995/CISPR22:1997
EN550024:1998
EN61000-4-2
EN61000-4-3
EN61000-4-4
EN61000-4-5
EN61000-4-6
EN61000-4-8
EN61000-4-11
EN61000-3-2:1995
EN61000-3-3:1995
Class A
4 kV (Direct), 8 kV (Air)
3 V/m
1.0 kV Power Lines, 0.5 kV Signal Lines
1 kV Line-Line, 2 kV Line-Gnd Power Lines
3V
3 A/m
Pass
Pass
Pass
Safety
This equipment complies with the following requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC:
EC Type Examination Certificates:
EN60950:1992, 2nd Edition, Amendments 1,2,3,4,11
IEC 950:1991, 2nd Edition, Amendments 1,2,3,4
Evaluated to all CB Countries
TÜV Product Service Certificate No.
Z1A 01 07 17641 013
CB Scheme Certificate No. CB 01 07 17641 014
Supplementary Information
This product was tested and complies with all the requirements for the CE Mark.
Dennis P. Symanski
Manager, Compliance Engineering
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
4150 Network Circle
Santa Clara, CA 95054, USA
Tel: 650-786-3255
Fax: 650-786-3723
DATE
Peter Arkless
Quality Manager
Sun Microsystems Scotland, Limited
Springfield, Linlithgow
West Lothian, EH49 7LR
Scotland, United Kingdom
Tel: 0506-670000
Fax: 0506 760011
DATE
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Preface
The Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual provides guidelines and detailed
instructions for replacing field-replaceable components on the Sun™ Fire 15K/12K
Systems.
How This Book Is Organized
Chapter 1 provides component replacement guidelines, indicator descriptions,
and hardware nomenclature.
Chapter 2 details the replacement procedures for the FrameManager assembly
and the FrameManager extension.
Chapter 3 details the replacement procedures for the system power module and
the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supplies.
Chapter 4 details the replacement procedures for the system fan trays.
Chapter 5 details the replacement procedures for the System Control (SC) CPU
board and installation of the cPCI memory.
Chapter 6 details the replacement procedures for the System Control (SC) board.
Chapter 7 details the replacement procedures for the System Control peripheral
board containing the DVD-ROM, hard drive, and audio tape peripherals.
Chapter 8 details the replacement procedures for the CPU (slot 0) board.
Chapter 9 details the replacement procedures for the I/O (slot 1) assemblies.
Chapter 10 details the replacement procedures for the board set carrier plate and
identifies the carrier-plate configurations.
Chapter 11 details the replacement procedures for the centerplane support board
of the system control expander board set.
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Chapter 12 details the replacement procedures for the expander board of the
system expander board set.
Chapter 13 details the replacement procedures for the Sun Fireplane interconnect
assembly.
Chapter 14 details the replacement procedures for the fan backplane.
Chapter 15 details the replacement procedures for the power centerplane.
Chapter 16 details the replacement procedures for the system cables.
Chapter 17 details the replacement procedures for the mechanical components.
Chapter 18 provides procedures for the system components requiring periodic
maintenance.
Appendix A provides a component serial number worksheet.
Appendix B details the information and safety labels used in the Sun Fire
15K/12K systems.
Appendix C provides a pictorial review of the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems
components.
Using UNIX Commands
This document may not contain information on basic UNIX® commands and
procedures such as shutting down the system, booting the system, and configuring
devices.
See the following for this information:
■
Documentation for the Solaris™ operating environment, which is at:
http://docs.sun.com
■
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Other software documentation that you received with your system
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Typographic Conventions
TABLE P-1
Typographic Conventions
Typeface
Meaning
Examples
AaBbCc123
The names of commands, files,
and directories; on-screen
computer output
Edit your .login file.
Use ls -a to list all files.
% You have mail.
AaBbCc123
What you type, when contrasted % su
with on-screen computer output Password:
AaBbCc123
Book titles, new words or terms, Read Chapter 6 in the User’s Guide.
words to be emphasized
These are called class options.
You must be superuser to do this.
Command-line variable; replace
with a real name or value
To delete a file, type rm filename.
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Shell Prompts
TABLE P-2
Shell Prompts
Shell
Prompt
System Control (SC) Command
sc%
SC superuser, main SC
sc#
Domain superuser
domain_name#
SC superuser, spare SC
sc_spare#
Related Documentation
TABLE P-3
Related Documentation
Application
Title
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Read Me First
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Getting Started
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Unpacking Guide
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Site Planning Guide
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Hardware Installation and
De-Installation Guide
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Reference I–Nomenclature
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Reference II–Component Numbering
Service
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Carrier Plate Configurations
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Accessing Sun Documentation
You can view, print, or purchase a broad selection of Sun documentation, including
localized versions, at:
http://www.sun.com/documentation
Contacting Sun Technical Support
If you have technical questions about this product that are not answered in this
document, go to:
http://www.sun.com/service/contacting
Sun Welcomes Your Comments
Sun is interested in improving its documentation and welcomes your comments and
suggestions. You can submit your comments by going to:
http://www.sun.com/hwdocs/feedback
Please include the title and part number of your document with your feedback:
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Preface
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United States Export Control Laws
Notice
Products covered by and information contained in this service manual are controlled
by U.S. Export Control laws and may be subject to the export or import laws in other
countries. Nuclear, missile, chemical biological weapons, or nuclear maritime end
uses or end users, whether direct or indirect, are strictly prohibited. Export or reexport to countries subject to U.S. embargo or to entities identified on U.S. export
exclusion lists, including but not limited to the denied persons and specially
designated nationals lists, is strictly prohibited. Use of any spare or replacement
CPUs is limited to repair or one-for-one replacement of CPUs in products exported
in compliance with U.S. export laws. Use of CPUs as product upgrades unless
authorized by the U.S. Government is strictly prohibited.
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CHAPTER
1
Guidelines, Indicators, and
Nomenclature
This chapter provides the following introductory information for the Sun Fire
15K/12K systems:
1.1
■
Section 1.1, “System Component Hot-Swap Guidelines” on page 1-1
■
Section 1.2, “Configuration Rules” on page 1-2
■
Section 1.3, “Testing the System” on page 1-3
■
Section 1.4, “Reviewing System Temperatures” on page 1-4
■
Section 1.5, “Reviewing System Power” on page 1-5
■
Section 1.6, “Hardware Indicators” on page 1-6
■
Section 1.7, “Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)—Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)” on
page 1-7
■
Section 1.8, “Safety Precautions” on page 1-13
■
Section 1.9, “Special Tools and Shipping Kit Items” on page 1-14
■
Section 1.10, “System Block Diagrams” on page 1-15
System Component Hot-Swap
Guidelines
In the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems, hot-swapping a component refers to physically
removing and replacing a component while the remaining system components are
operational.
1-1
Note – The System Management Software (SMS) requires 30 seconds to recognize
the removal of a hot-swappable component. The user should wait for a system
response before installing a new replacement board.
The hot-swappable components in the system are listed as follows.
1.2
■
System Control board
■
Centerplane support board
■
CPU board
■
MaxCPU board
■
hsPCI assembly
■
System expander board
■
Fan trays
■
Power supplies
■
System control peripheral board
Configuration Rules
The following rules apply when configuring components of the Sun Fire 15K/12K
systems:
■
Every system must be equipped with two centerplane support boards (CSB) in
order to utilize full-width data, address, and response paths. If one CSB fails,
there is an interruption in service. However, SMS recovers the domains and the
remaining CSB runs in a degraded mode.
■
Every system must be equipped with two System Control (SC) boards.
■
Every system must be equipped with two SC peripheral boards.
■
Every system must be equipped with eight fan trays.
■
Every system must be equipped with six power supplies.
The following rules apply when configuring components on the CPU board:
Note – The CPU/Memory board field-replaceable unit (FRU) is for maintenance use
only. FRUs must not be used to upgrade CPU performance in systems. Usage as
such can violate United States export regulations.
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The United States government sets limits as to the server configuration exportable to
certain destinations or certain customers. Server CPU upgrades must be ordered as
standalone CPU upgrade options rather than spares. All upgrades must first be
approved by Sun International Trade Services to ensure the system does not exceed
the legal limit for the destination (customer). The following message appears on the
label on all CPU FRUs to alert all concerned that this FRU is for maintenance of the
system only and should not be used to upgrade a system:
This assembly is for maintenance use only.
Not to be used to upgrade systems.
Use as system upgrades could violate
United States export regulations.
1.3
■
All CPU modules must be the same speed.
■
All external cache modules must be the same size.
■
When configuring memory:
■
All sockets within a bank must be fully populated.
■
All DIMM sizes within a bank must be equal.
Testing the System
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems use setkeyswitch to diagnose system problems by
running hpost(1M) when posting a domain. The hpost(1M) diagnostic probes,
configure and test the domain hardware, preparing the system to run OpenBoot™
PROM and subsequently the Solaris operating environment.
The Sun VTS™ diagnostics suite can be used as a verification of a dynamic system
domain or an SC. To use the sunvts(1M) command, you must be logged into the
host as superuser. Information about sunvts(1M) is located in
/opt/share/man/man1m.
Verify the SMS is up and running by typing:
TABLE 1
sc% showfailover -r
MAIN
This command explains the role of the SC. The value returned should be MAIN
indicating that this SC is providing all resources for the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
If you do not get this value, consult the SMS Administration Guide.
Chapter 1
Guidelines, Indicators, and Nomenclature
1-3
1.4
Reviewing System Temperatures
The temperature status can be checked at any time by using Sun™ Management
Center software or the showenvironment command. At the command line type:
TABLE 2
sc% showenvironment -p temps
See the showenvironment(1M) man page for further details.
TABLE 1-1
Temperature Levels
Optimu
m
Component
High Warning
High Critical
Overlimit
ASICs
Category I:
AR, SDC, DX, SBBC,
CBH: IOA
< 80oC
> 85oC to
95oC
> 95oC to 105oC >
105oC
Category II:
PROC
< 80oC
> 85oC to
90oC
> 90oC to 95oC > 95o
C
< 65oC
> 70oC to
80oC
> 80oC to 85oC > 85o
C
Power supplies
< 65oC
> 70oC to
75oC
> 75oC to 80oC
Proximity sensors
< 40oC
> 45oC to
50oC
> 50oC to 55oC > 55o
C
Category III:
SDI, AXQ, RMX,
AMX, DMX, WCI,
DARB
TABLE 1-2
Ambient Thermal Levels
Componen
t
Low
Critical
Low
Warning
Ambient
≤ 5 oC
> 5oC to 15oC
Optimum
> 20oC to 25oC* > 25oC to 35oC
* Fan reset point
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High
Warning
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> 80o
C
High
Critical
Overlimit
> 35oC
> 40oC
1.5
Reviewing System Power
■
Check the power status by using Sun™ Management Center software or the
showenvironment command. To review, at the command line type:
TABLE 3
sc% showenvironment -p volts
See the showenvironment(1M) man page for further details.
TABLE 1-3
Voltage and Current Limits
Voltage and Current
Low–Minimum
Acceptable Range
voltage*
High–Maximum
PROC Core
-5%
Core
+1.5 V
x ≤ +1.4
+1.4 < x < +1.6
+1.6 ≤ x
+2.5 V
x ≤ +2.3
+2.3 < x < +2.7
+2.7 ≤ x
+3.3 V
x ≤ +3.0
+3.0 < x < +3.5
+3.5 ≤ x
+3.3 HK
x ≤ +3.0
+3.0 < x < +3.5
+3.5 ≤ x
+5.0 V
x ≤ +4.75
+4.75 < x < +5.25
+5.25 ≤ x
+12 V
x ≤ +11.4
+11.4 < x < +12.6
+12.6 ≤ x
-12 V
x ≤ -12.6
-12.6 < x < -11.4
-11.4 ≤ x
+5 V current
Each component must
be within + 50% of the
average of all
components in the
group.
+3.3 V current
Each component must
be within + 50% of the
average of all
components in the
group.
+1.5 V converter
Each component must
be within + 50% of the
average of all
components in the
group.
+5%
* Core voltage is processor-version dependent.
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1-5
1.6
Hardware Indicators
The LED indicators provide current status information about the component directly
associated with the indicator array. Indicators are arranged in a straight line,
horizontal or vertical, with the green LED on the left or top (TABLE 1-4).
1-6
TABLE 1-4
LEDs
Symbol
LED Color
Indication
Operation
Green
Activation indicator
Component is powered on.
Amber
Service indicator
Service indicator is only used during
initial startup.
Amber
Removal indicator
Component may be removed.
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1.7
Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)—Mean
Time to Repair (MTTR)
TABLE 1-5 lists the estimated time required for replacement of the FRUs in the Sun
Fire 15K/12K systems. These times assume the new component is on site and
properly configured. They do not include any time required by software for system
reconfiguration or the shutdown and bring-up time required for the non-concurrent
service items.
TABLE 1-5
Customer Availability and Mean Time to Repair
FRU
MTTR
Online Service
4 kW dual AC–DC power supply
10 min
Yes
Fan tray
10 min
Yes
Centerplane support board
30 min
Yes
System Control board
10 min
Yes
SC CPU board
10 min
Yes
SC peripheral board
10 min
Yes
Expander board
30 min
Yes
Dual in-line memory module (DIMM)
10 min
Yes
CPU board
10 min
Yes
hsPCI I/O assembly (hsPCI-X/hsPCI+)
10 min
Yes
MaxCPU board
10 min
Yes
Sun Fireplane interconnect
90 min
No
Power centerplane
180 min
No
Fan backplane
70 min
No
I/O cables
15 min
Yes
Power module
60 min
No
FrameManager or TopCap
10 min
Yes
Side panel
5 min
Yes
Access doors
5 min
Yes
Air filter
5 min
Yes
AC power cord
5 min
Yes
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1-7
See the front and rear system component numbering (FIGURE 1-4, FIGURE 1-5 and
FIGURE 1-6). See FIGURE 1-7 for cassette component numbering.
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FIGURE 1-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Component Numbering—Front
FT1, fan tray
Fan
Trays
FrameManager
or TopCap
FT0, fan tray
SB8, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB7, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB6, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB5, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB4, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB3, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
Slot 0
SB2, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB1, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB0, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SC0, System Control CPU and spare cPCI port
SCPER0, DVD-ROM, hard drive, tape drive peripherals
IO0
IO options: hsPCI+/hsPCI-X, MaxCPU, I/O filler panel
Cassette Numbering
Slot 1
IO1
hsPCI
IO2
(See additional hsPCI diagrams in
this document for further detail.)
IO3
Fan
Trays
IO4
IO5
C5V1
C5V0
Air
Vent
IO6
IO7
C3V1
C3V0
IO8
FT2, fan trays
Power
Supplies
FT3, fan trays
LINK (0, 1), remote power to I/O expansion racks
(not used)
PS0 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
PS1 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
PS2 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
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1-9
FIGURE 1-5
Sun Fire 15K System Component Numbering—Rear
FT5, fan tray
FT4, fan tray
SB17, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB16, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
Fan
Trays
SB15, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB14, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB13, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB12, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
Slot 0
SB11, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB10, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SB9, standard CPU or CPU filler panel
SC1, System Control CPU and spare cPCI port
SCPER1, DVD-ROM, hard drive, tape drive peripherals
IO9
IO options: hsPCI-X/hsPCI+, MaxCPU, I/O filler panel
Cassette Numbering
Slot 1
IO10
hsPCI
(See additional hsPCI diagram in
this document for further detail.)
IO11
IO12
Fan
Trays
IO13
IO14
C5V1
C5V0
Air
Vent
IO15
IO16
C3V1
C3V0
IO17
C3V1 C3V0
FT6, fan trays
Power
Supplies
FT7, fan trays
LINK (2, 3), remote power to I/O expansion racks
(not used)
PS3 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
PS4 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
PS5 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
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FIGURE 1-6
Sun Fire 12K System Component Numbering—Rear
FT5, fan tray
FT4, fan tray
SB17, CPU filler panel
SB16, CPU filler panel
Fan
Trays
SB15, CPU filler panel
SB14, CPU filler panel
SB13, CPU filler panel
SB12, CPU filler panel
Slot 0
SB11, CPU filler panel
SB10, CPU filler panel
SB9, CPU filler panel
SC1, System Control CPU and spare cPCI port
SCPER1, DVD-ROM, hard drive, tape drive peripherals
IO9
Slot 1
IO10
IO11
IO12
Fan
Trays
IO13
I/O Filler panels
IO14
Air
Vent
IO15
IO16
IO17
FT6, fan trays
Power
Supplies
FT7, fan trays
LINK (2, 3), remote power to I/O expansion racks
(not used)
PS3 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
PS4 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
PS5 (AC0, AC1), power supplies
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1-11
FIGURE 1-7
Cassette Component Numbering—Sun Fire 15K Front and Rear, and Sun Fire 12K Front
Cassette interchange diagram
Actual I/Os
C5V1, hsPCI 33 MHz, yellow
C5V0, hsPCI 33 MHz, blue
3.3V and 5.0V
cassettes
hsPCI+
C3V1, hsPCI 66 or 33 MHz, yellow
C3V0, hsPCI 66 or 33 MHz, yellow
3.3V cassettes
C3V2, hsPCI-X 90, 66, or 33 MHz, yellow
C5V0, hsPCI-X 33 MHz, blue
3.3V and 5.0V
cassettes
hsPCI-X
C3V1, hsPCI-X 90, 66, or 33 MHz, yellow
C3V0, hsPCI-X 90, 66, or 33 MHz, yellow
3.3V cassettes
Note – The 3.3V cassette positions are interchangeable and the 5.0V cassette
positions are interchangeable.
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1.8
Safety Precautions
For your protection, observe the following safety precautions when setting up your
equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that could result in fire
or electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
To protect both yourself and the equipment, observe the safety precautions outlined
in TABLE 1-6.
TABLE 1-6
Safety Precautions
Item
Problem
Precaution
ESD wrist
strap
Electro-Static
Discharge
(ESD)
There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at the
front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top
right.
ESD mat
ESD
An approved ESD mat provides protection from static damage
when used with a wrist strap. The mat also cushions and
protects parts that are attached to the printed circuit boards.
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1-13
1.9
Special Tools and Shipping Kit Items
The following list represents the special tools and items supplied in the shipping kit
box at the time of system delivery:
TABLE 1-7
Special Tools and Shipping Kit Items
Special Tools in Right-Front Door
Two (2) preset 18 in.-lbs (2.2 Nm) torque screwdrivers
Special Tools in Shipping Kit:
Two (2) system control console cables
One (1) 11 in. (27.9 cm) magnetic, replaceable-tip screwdriver
One (1) No. 1 Phillips head bit
One (1) No. 2 Phillips head bit
Other Shipping Kit Items:
I/O cable labels
Power cable labels
Velcro straps for I/O cables
ESD Kit with large mat:
Wrist strap
Static mat, 24 in. (61.0 cm) x 24 in. (61.0 cm)
Envelope, plastic bag
ESD kit instructions
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1.10
System Block Diagrams
FIGURE 1-8 defines the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems architecture.
FIGURE 1-9 defines the power control system circuitry from the System Control
boards to the individual power supplies and the fan trays.
FIGURE 1-10 defines the power distribution circuitry. This diagram represents the
48 VDC power distribution from the individual power supplies to the various
boards through the designated circuit breakers.
FIGURE 1-8
System Architecture Block Diagram
18 x 18 addresses,
responses, and
data crossbars
on Logic Centerplane
Full-width
board
Half-width
board
Address
Expander
board
Response
Data
Full bandwidth (4.8 Gbps) board type
• 4 CPU / 4 memory banks
Full-width
board
Expander
board
Half-width
board
3 half bandwidth (2.4 Gbps) board types
• 4 PCI adapters
• 2 CPU / 0 memory banks
• 2 PCI adapters / 3 WCI links
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1-15
Control Distribution Block Diagram
FIGURE 1-9
TopCap
FrameManager
To remote frame
(connectors located on
front power module)
Fan Tray
FT0
48 Volts
RS-232
To remote frame
(connectors located on
rear power module)
Fan Tray
FT1
Fan backplane
top front
RS-232
Power
Centerplane
Fan Tray
FT2
48 Volts
SC0 I2C (8)
Fan Tray
FT3
SC1 I2C (8)
12V
12V
Fan backplane
bottom front
RS-232
Present (4)
Power Supply
PS0
SC0 I2C (9)
SC1 I2C (9)
Power Supply
PS1
Present (3)
Interrupt (3)
48 Volts
Fan Tray
FT5
Fan Tray
FT6
48 Volts
SC0 I2C (8)
SC1 I2C (8)
Fan Tray
FT7
Present (4)
Power Supply
PS3
SC0 I2C (9)
SC1 I2C (9)
Power Supply
PS4
Present (3)
Interrupt (3)
Power Supply
PS5
48 Volts
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top rear
Fan Tray
FT4
48 Volts
12V
RS-232
2
SC1_I C (54)
Present (18)
Interrupt (6)
Fan backplane
12V
RS-232
SC0_I2C (54)
Present (18)
Interrupt (6)
Fan backplane
bottom rear
System Control board
side 1
System Control board
side 0
Power Supply
PS2
PS0
+48 Volts
Power Supply
PS1
+48 Volts
Power Supply
PS2
Front
System Expander 8
System Expander 7
System Expander 6
System Expander 5
System Expander 4
System Expander 3
System Expander 2
System Expander 1
System Expander 0
Centerplane Support 0
System Control Board 0
System Control Peripheral 0
Fan Backplane 0.0
Fan Backplane 0.1
+48 volt
return
+48 Volts
Power Supply
PS3
+48 Volts
Power Supply
PS4
+48 Volts
Power Supply
PS5
Fan Bottom Side 1
Fan Top Side 1
Fan Bottom Side 0
Fan Top Side 0
System Control Peripheral 1
System Control 1
Centerplane Support Board 1
System Expander 9
System Expander 10
System Expander 11
System Expander 12
System Expander 13
System Expander 14
System Expander 15
System Expander 16
System Expander 17
System Component
+48 Volts
Power Supply
Fan Bottom Side1
Fan Top Side1
Fan Bottom Side0
Fan Top Side0
System Control Peripheral 0
System Control Board 0
Centerplane Support Board 0
System Expander 0
System Expander 1
System Expander 2
System Expander 3
System Expander 4
System Expander 5
System Expander 6
System Expander 7
System Expander 8
Breakers
Power Distribution Block Diagram
Breakers
FIGURE 1-10
+48 volt
return
System Expander 17
System Expander 16
System Expander 15
System Expander 14
System Expander 13
System Expander 12
System Expander 11
System Expander 10
System Expander 9
Centerplane Support 1
System Control Board 1
System Control Peripheral 1
Fan Backplane 1.0
Fan Backplane 1.1
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System Component
Rear
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CHAPTER
2
FrameManager and Extension, and
TopCap and Extension Replacement
Procedures
The FrameManager assembly and FrameManager extension appear on some of the
Sun Fire 15K/12K systems and the TopCap assembly and TopCap extension appear
on other Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. For those systems, this chapter contains the
replacement procedures for both assemblies and their extensions.
The chapter contains the following sections:
■
■
■
■
Section 2.1, “FrameManager Replacement” on page 2-2
■
Section 2.1.1, “Removing the FrameManager” on page 2-2
■
Section 2.1.2, “Installing the FrameManager” on page 2-2
Section 2.2, “FrameManager Extension Replacement” on page 2-3
■
Section 2.2.1, “Removing the FrameManager Extension” on page 2-3
■
Section 2.2.2, “Installing the FrameManager Extension” on page 2-3
Section 2.3, “TopCap Replacement” on page 2-3
■
Section 2.3.1, “Removing the TopCap” on page 2-3
■
Section 2.3.2, “Installing the TopCap” on page 2-4
Section 2.4, “TopCap Extension Replacement” on page 2-4
■
Section 2.4.1, “Removing the TopCap Extension” on page 2-4
■
Section 2.4.2, “Installing the TopCap Extension” on page 2-4
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
2-1
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
2.1
FrameManager Replacement
2.1.1
Removing the FrameManager
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Remove the four (4) M4x12 panhead screws attaching the FrameManager
assembly to the chassis.
2. Disconnect the four (4) cable connectors from the rear of the FrameManager
assembly.
3. Remove the FrameManager assembly.
2.1.2
Installing the FrameManager
1. Install a new FrameManager assembly.
2. Connect the four (4) cable connectors to the rear of the FrameManager
assembly.
3. Secure the FrameManager assembly with four (4) M4x12 panhead screws.
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2.2
FrameManager Extension Replacement
2.2.1
Removing the FrameManager Extension
1. Remove the two (2) M4x12 panhead screws attaching the FrameManager
extension to the chassis.
2. Remove the FrameManager extension.
2.2.2
Installing the FrameManager Extension
1. Install a new FrameManager extension.
2. Secure the FrameManager extension with two (2) M4x12 panhead screws.
2.3
TopCap Replacement
2.3.1
Removing the TopCap
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Remove the four (4) M4x12 panhead screws attaching the TopCap assembly to
the chassis.
2. Disconnect the 12V cable connector from the rear of the TopCap assembly.
3. Remove the TopCap assembly.
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FrameManager and Extension, and TopCap and Extension Replacement Procedures
2-3
2.3.2
Installing the TopCap
If you are removing a FrameManager assembly prior to installing a replacement
TopCap assembly, see Section 2.1.1, “Removing the FrameManager” on page 2-2.
Note – If you are replacing a FrameManager assembly with a TopCap, follow the
procedure outlined in the documentation that accompanies the TopCap FRU
package.
1. Install a new TopCap assembly.
2. Connect the 12V cable connector to the rear of the TopCap assembly.
3. Secure the TopCap assembly with four (4) M4x12 panhead screws.
2.4
TopCap Extension Replacement
2.4.1
Removing the TopCap Extension
1. Remove the two (2) M4x12 panhead screws attaching the TopCap extension to
the chassis.
2. Remove the TopCap extension.
2.4.2
Installing the TopCap Extension
1. Install the new TopCap extension.
2. Secure the TopCap extension with two (2) M4x12 panhead screws.
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CHAPTER
3
System Power
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems have two power modules, each holding three
hot-swappable power supplies. One module is on the front of the system and the
other module is on the rear of the system. This chapter contains the replacement
procedures for the power modules and the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supplies.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
■
Section 3.1, “Power Module Replacement Procedures” on page 3-2
■
Section 3.1.1, “Power Module Replacement” on page 3-2
■
Section 3.1.2, “Powering Off for Power Module Removal” on page 3-2
■
Section 3.1.3, “Removing a Power Module” on page 3-4
■
Section 3.1.4, “Installing a Power Module” on page 3-6
■
Section 3.1.5, “Powering On After Power Module Installation” on page 3-7
Section 3.2, “4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Replacement Procedures” on
page 3-8
■
Section 3.2.1, “4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply LEDs” on page 3-9
■
Section 3.2.2, “4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Replacement” on page 3-10
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
3-1
3.1
Power Module Replacement Procedures
3.1.1
Power Module Replacement
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems have two power modules, each holding three power
supplies. One module is on the front of the system and the other module is on the
rear of the system. See FIGURE 3-2.
3.1.2
Powering Off for Power Module Removal
Caution – The power module is NOT a hot-swappable component. This procedure
requires a complete shutdown of the domains and SCs, and disconnection of all AC
power to the system.
There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at the front top left and top
right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Caution – The seven (7) power cables and the three (3) control cables MUST BE
REMOVED from the side of the system where the power module is being removed.
1. As a superuser on the domains, systematically shut down all running
domains by typing:
TABLE 3-1
domain_name# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
2. On the main SC, power off the domain hardware by typing:
TABLE 3-2
sc% poweroff
This command powers off the entire system with the exception of the power
supplies, fans, and the SCs. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
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3. Shut down the System Control boards by doing the following:
■
As a superuser on the spare SC, shut down the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 3-3
sc_spare# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
■
On the main SC, power off the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 3-4
sc% poweroff SCx
where x = 0-1, dependent upon which SC is the spare.
■
As a superuser on the main SC, shutdown the main SC by typing:
TABLE 3-5
sc# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
4. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Note – All DC circuit breakers are to remain in the on position at all times.
5. Power off the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
Note – Observe the following warning message displayed at the right side of the
circuit breakers on the circuit breaker panel above the AC power supplies:
WARNING
FAN TRAYS HAVE REDUNDANT DC POWER SOURCES.
CIRCUIT BREAKERS ON BOTH SIDES, FRONT AND REAR,
MUST BE OPERATED TO TURN OFF FAN TRAYS.
POWER SUPPLIES HAVE DUAL AC INPUTS.
BOTH CIRCUIT BREAKERS, AC0 AND AC1 MUST BE
OPERATED TO TURN OFF A POWER SUPPLY.
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System Power
3-3
3.1.3
Removing a Power Module
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation of the board.
There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at the front top left and top
right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Label and disconnect the twelve (12, six per side) AC power cords with the
labels provided in the shipping kit.
2. Remove the power supplies from the power module.
See Section 3.2.2.3, “Removing a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply” on page 3-11.
3. Remove the air-plenum cover by removing the eighteen (18) M4x35 panhead
screws from the top, sides, and bottom of the air-inlet screen (FIGURE 3-1).
4. Remove the four (4) M4x8 panhead screws from the side and bottom of the air
plenum panel, at the circuit breaker level.
FIGURE 3-1
Air-Plenum Cover
Air plenum cover
M4x35 panhead
screws (18)
Air plenum
filter (back
of cover)
M4x8 panhead
screws (4)
Cover cutout for system
circuit breakers
Air-inlet screen
Caution – Handle the EMI honeycomb panel carefully to prevent damage to the
screen.
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5. Remove the air plenum cover and its air-inlet EMI honeycomb panel and air
filter. Place on a flat sturdy surface.
Caution – The seven (7) power cables and the three (3) control cables MUST BE
REMOVED from the system chassis on both the front and rear sides of the system
prior to removing the power module.
6. With a flat-blade screwdriver (if needed), loosen the jackscrews on the seven (7)
8W8 Combo-D 8-pin DC power connectors (on the left side) and the three (3)
DB-25 control connectors (on the right side).
7. Disconnect the cables from the mounting bulkhead of the system chassis.
8. Remove the four (4) M4x10 panhead screws attaching the power module front
flanges to the system chassis, as shown in FIGURE 3-2.
Caution – The power module weighs 48 lb (21.82 kg). Although the unit can be
lifted by one person, it is suggested that two people, one on each side, maneuver the
power module into position. Use proper heavy-lifting procedures when removing
this unit.
9. With one person on each side of the power module, grasp the front (at the
power supply opening) and the bottom and slide the power module outward
from the cabinet.
10. Place the power module on a flat sturdy surface.
11. From the top rear of the power module, loosen the seven (7) 8W8 Combo-D
8-pin DC power connectors (on the left side) and the three (3) DB-25 control
connectors (on the right side).
12. Disconnect the cables, and set aside.
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System Power
3-5
FIGURE 3-2
Power Module
DB-9 control connector
to side wall for the
FrameManager
P13 to J13 cable (front)
P12 to J12 cable (rear)
Power module
8W8 Combo-D 8-pin
power connectors (7)
to connector bulkhead
DB-25 control
connectors (2)
to connector bulkhead
DC circuit breakers (16)
DB-25 control connector
to side wall for the
FrameManager
and TopCap
P10 to J10 cable (front)
P11 to J11 cable (rear)
AC circuit breakers
(2 per power supply)
Power supplies
(removed prior to power module replacement)
3.1.4
M4x8 panhead screws (4)
M4x10 panhead module-to-system
mounting screws (4)
Installing a Power Module
1. At the top rear of the power module, connect and hand tighten the jackscrews
of the seven (7) 8W8 Combo-D 8-pin DC power connectors on the left side and
the three (3) DB-25 control connectors on the right side.
Note – The power module weighs 48 lb (21.82 kg). Although the unit can be lifted
by one person, it is suggested that two people, on each side, maneuver the power
module into position. Use proper heavy-lifting procedures when installing this unit.
2. With one person on each side of the power module, grasp the front (at the
power supply opening) and the bottom and slide the power module into the
system chassis.
3. Secure the power module to the system chassis with the four (4) M4x10
panhead module-to-system mounting screws, as shown in FIGURE 3-2.
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4. Connect the seven (7) 8W8 Combo-D 8-pin DC power connectors (on the left
side) and the three (3) DB-25 control connectors (on the right side) to the
mounting bulkhead of the system chassis, as shown in FIGURE 3-2, and hand
tighten the jackscrews.
Caution – Handle the EMI honeycomb panel carefully to prevent damage to the
screen.
5. Install the air-plenum cover and its air-inlet EMI honeycomb panel and air
filter.
6. Secure with the eighteen (18) M4x35 panhead screws at the top, sides, and
bottom around the air-inlet screen, and the four (4) M4x8 panhead screws at the
side and bottom of the air plenum panel, at the circuit breaker level.
Note – All power supply units are fully interchangeable.
7. Install the 4 kW dual AC input power supplies.
See Section 3.2.2.4, “Installing a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply” on page 3-12.
8. Ensure that all DC circuit breakers are in the on position.
9. Ensure that all AC circuit breakers are in the off position.
3.1.5
Powering On After Power Module Installation
1. Connect the AC power cords to the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supplies.
2. Power on the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
3. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
4. Once the main SC is booted, start the domain(s) by typing:
TABLE 3-6
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id
on
where domain_id is the domain letter A-R. Execute one setkeyswitch command
for each domain to be started.
Chapter 3
System Power
3-7
3.2
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
Replacement Procedures
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems have three 4 kW dual AC–DC hot-swappable power
supplies at the front of the system and three at the rear of the system. See FIGURE 3-3.
FIGURE 3-3
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Power Supply
Top view
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
AC0
200-240 VAC
47-63 Hz, 24A
AC1
200-240 VAC
47-63 Hz, 24A
Front view
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Right-side view
Rear view
3.2.1
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply LEDs
4 kW Dual AC–DC power supply components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 3-7 and
TABLE 3-8.
TABLE 3-7
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Components
Total Number of Power Supplies
Per System
Total Number of LEDs Per
Power Supply
6
3
TABLE 3-8
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion
or Initial
System Power On
LEDs After PRESENCE
is Detected
Component
Powered On*
Component Powered Off\
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Service
Remov
e
Active
Servic
e
Remove
on
off
off
off
off
on
on
off
off
off
off
on
* ON = AC0_FAIL_L = H or AC1_FAIL_L = H
\ OFF = AC0_FAIL_L = L and AC1_FAIL_L = L
Failure of the active LED to transition from ON to OFF within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
FIGURE 3-4 illustrates the power supply and the LED locations.
Chapter 3
System Power
3-9
FIGURE 3-4
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply LEDs
AC0
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
AC1
3.2.2
4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply Replacement
3.2.2.1
Isolating a Failed Power Supply
1. Check that the power supply fans are on.
2. Verify the status of the LEDs.
3. Confirm that the power supply is properly seated.
4. Check the power status by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the
following SMS command:
TABLE 3-9
sc% showenvironment -p powers
5. On the SC, check for error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages.
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3.2.2.2
Powering Off a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
●
Power off the AC–DC power supply by using the Sun Management Center or
by typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 3-10
sc% poweroff psx
where x is the power supply 0-5. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
This should cause the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers to go into the off position.
3.2.2.3
Removing a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Caution – Before removing the power supply from the system, the green activation
LED must be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 3.2.2.2,
“Powering Off a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply” on page 3-11.
Note – Observe the following warning message displayed at the right of the circuit
breakers on the circuit breaker panel above the AC power supplies.
WARNING
FAN TRAYS HAVE REDUNDANT DC POWER SOURCES.
CIRCUIT BREAKERS ON BOTH SIDES, FRONT AND REAR,
MUST BE OPERATED TO TURN OFF FAN TRAYS.
POWER SUPPLIES HAVE DUAL AC INPUTS.
BOTH CIRCUIT BREAKERS, AC0 AND AC1 MUST BE
OPERATED TO TURN OFF A POWER SUPPLY.
Chapter 3
System Power
3-11
2. Ensure power is off at the circuit breakers, AC0 (top breaker) and AC1 (bottom
breaker), on the front panel of the power supply.
Note – Ensure all AC power cords are labeled before removing.
3. Label and remove both AC power cords from the front panel of the power
supply.
Caution – The power supply unit weighs 43.0 lb (19.5 kg). Use proper heavy-lifting
procedures when removing this unit.
4. Use a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver to release the four (4) front panel captive
fasteners.
5. To pull out the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supply, use the power connector
insert-ejector bracket as a handle and slide the power supply forward until the
handle on the top of the power supply is exposed.
6. Use one hand to hold the power supply by the handle as you pull it the rest of
the way out of the power module.
7. Place the power supply on a flat, sturdy, ESD-protected surface.
3.2.2.4
Installing a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
Caution – The power supply unit weighs 43.0 lb (19.5 kg). Use proper heavy-lifting
procedures when removing this unit.
1. Insert the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supply into its appropriate location in the
power module.
2. Slide the power supply smoothly inward to a point where contact is made with
the power module connector.
3. Secure the power supply with the four (4) front panel captive fasteners.
Note – Failure of the active LED to transition from on to off within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
4. Verify the LED status per TABLE 3-8.
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5. Connect the AC power cords into their appropriate AC connectors on the front
panel of the power supply.
See FIGURE 3-5 to determine the proper part number and orientation for
connection.
■
The strain relief for the AC0 power cable housing is positioned downward when
connected.
■
The strain relief for the AC1 power cable housings is positioned upward when
connected.
■
Power source A cord will normally connect into AC0.
■
Power source B cord will normally connect into AC1.
FIGURE 3-5
AC Power Cord Installation
PS0 (PS3 rear)
PS1 (PS4 rear)
PS2 (PS5 rear)
AC0
Power cable
strain relief
PS and AC
power cable
label
AC1
Front view shown
6. Affix the appropriate power supply component label to the back of the power
cable connector housing.
3.2.2.5
Powering On a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
1. Power on the circuit breakers, AC0 (top breaker) and AC1 (bottom breaker), on
the front panel of the power supply.
2. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
3.2.2.6
Verifying a 4 kW Dual AC–DC Power Supply
1. On the SC, check for error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages.
Chapter 3
System Power
3-13
2. Check the power supply status by using the Sun Management Center or by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 6
sc% showenvironment -p powers
POWER
UNIT
AC0
AC1
----------------PS0
OK
OK
OK
...
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DC0
---ON
DC1
---ON
FAN0
---OK
FAN1
---OK
CHAPTER
4
Fan Trays
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems have eight hot-swappable fan trays. Each fan tray
has two layers of six fans for a total of twelve fans per tray. There are two fan trays
at the top and two fan trays at the bottom on both the front and rear of the system.
See FIGURE 4-1. This chapter contains the replacement procedures for the fan trays.
FIGURE 4-1
Fan Tray
Guide pin
(left side only)
All fan trays are interchangeable.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 4.1, “Fan Tray LEDs” on page 4-2
■
Section 4.2, “Fan Tray Replacement Procedures” on page 4-3
■
Section 4.2.1, “Isolating a Failed Fan Tray” on page 4-3
■
Section 4.2.2, “Powering Off a Fan Tray” on page 4-4
■
Section 4.2.3, “Removing a Fan Tray” on page 4-4
■
Section 4.2.4, “Installing a Fan Tray” on page 4-5
■
Section 4.2.5, “Verifying a Fan Tray” on page 4-6
4-1
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
4.1
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
Fan Tray LEDs
Fan tray components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 4-1 and TABLE 4-2.
Fan Tray Components
TABLE 4-1
Total Number of Fan Trays
Per System Per Side
Total Number of Fan Trays
Per Fan Shelf Per Side
Number of LEDs Per
Fan Tray
Number of Fans Per
Fan Tray
4
2
3
12
TABLE 4-2
Fan Tray Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion
or Initial
System Power On
LEDs After PRESENCE
is Detected
Component Powered On
Component Powered Off
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Service
Remov
e
Active
Servic
e
Remove
on
off
off
on
off
off
on
off
off
off
off
on
FIGURE 4-2 illustrates the fan tray and the LED locations.
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FIGURE 4-2
Fan Tray LEDs
This system contains
four fan trays per side and
twelve fans per tray.
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
4.2
Fan Tray Replacement Procedures
4.2.1
Isolating a Failed Fan Tray
1. Check that the fans are on.
2. Verify the status of the LEDs.
3. Check the fan status by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the
following SMS command:
TABLE 4-3
sc% showenvironment -p fans
4. Check the /var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages file for fan error
messages.
Chapter 4
Fan Trays
4-3
4.2.2
Powering Off a Fan Tray
●
Power off a fan tray by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the
following SMS command:
TABLE 3
sc% poweroff ftx
where x is the Fan Tray 0-7. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
Caution – To maintain adequate system cooling during fan tray replacement, limit
the amount of time a fan is off. DO NOT remove a failed fan tray from the system
until the replacement tray is ready for installation.
4.2.3
Removing a Fan Tray
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Note – When removing the upper fan trays, remember the bottom system kick plate
is NOT A STEP. DO NOT use the kick plate to gain access to the top fan trays.
Obtain a proper stool if required. Excessive weight on the kick plate will bend the
door support brackets.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Caution – Before removing the fan tray from the system, the green activation LED
must be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 4.2.2,
“Powering Off a Fan Tray” on page 4-4.
2. Release the two (2) fan tray front panel No. 2 Phillips captive screw fasteners.
Caution – The fan tray weighs 24.0 lb (11.0 kg). Use proper heavy-lifting procedures
when removing this unit.
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3. Grasp the handle and pull the fan tray outward.
As the tray slides forward, the guide pin on the left side of the tray comes up to a
45-degree upward angle on the bi-level groove approximately 3/4ths of the way
out. This is a safety feature alerting you to stop pulling and to place the other
hand under the fan tray.
4. Continue lifting up and pulling outward on the guide rail pulling the fan tray
out with both hands away from the system chassis.
5. Place the fan tray on a flat sturdy surface.
4.2.4
Installing a Fan Tray
Caution – The fan tray weighs 24.0 lb (11.0 kg). Use proper heavy-lifting procedures
when removing this unit.
1. Grasp the fan tray by the handle with one hand and support the bottom of the
fan tray with the other hand.
2. Insert the fan tray into the system chassis aligning the guide pin on the left
side of the tray with the left guide rail of the angled guide ramp and slide the
fan tray into the chassis.
It will go in approximately one fourth of the way and drop down about
0.2 in. (.5 cm).
3. Slide the fan tray inward until it connects with the connector of the fan
backplane.
4. Using firm, steady pressure, fully insert the fan tray until it is fully seated with
the fan backplane connector.
5. Secure the two (2) front panel captive screw fasteners.
Note – Failure of the service LED to transition from on to off within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
6. Verify the LED status per TABLE 4-2.
7. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Chapter 4
Fan Trays
4-5
4.2.5
Verifying a Fan Tray
1. On the SC, check for error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages.
2. Check the fan tray status by using the Sun Management Center or by typing
the following SMS command:
TABLE 4-4
sc% showenvironment -p fans
FANTRAY
POWER
SPEED
FAN0
----------- -------FT0
ON
HIGH
OK
...
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FAN1
---OK
FAN2
---OK
FAN3
---OK
FAN4
---OK
FAN5
---OK
FAN6
---OK
CHAPTER
5
System Control (SC) CPU Board and
cPCI Memory Board
The System Control (SC) board (slot 0) for the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems support
the SC CPU board and its cPCI memory board. This chapter contains the
replacement procedures for the SC CPU board and the installation procedures for
the cPCI memory board onto the SC CPU.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
■
Section 5.1, “System Control (SC) CPU Board Replacement Procedures” on
page 5-2
■
Section 5.1.1, “Powering Off the SC Board” on page 5-2
■
Section 5.1.2, “Removing the SC Board” on page 5-2
■
Section 5.1.3, “Removing the System Control (SC) CPU Board” on page 5-2
Section 5.2, “System Control (SC) Board cPCI Memory Board Installation
Procedures” on page 5-3
■
Section 5.2.1, “Installing cPCI Memory Boards on the SC CPU” on page 5-3
■
Section 5.2.2, “Installing the System Control (SC) CPU Board” on page 5-5
■
Section 5.2.3, “Installing the System Control (SC) Board” on page 5-5
■
Section 5.2.4, “Verifying the cPCI Memory Boards on the SC CPU” on page 5-6
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
5-1
5.1
System Control (SC) CPU Board
Replacement Procedures
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
The SC CPU is not a hot swappable component. Damage can occur to the board if all
power down procedures are not followed as detailed in this manual.
Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 6.1.2.2, “Powering
Off a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-4.
5.1.1
Powering Off the SC Board
●
Powering off the SC Board.
See Section 6.1.2.2, “Powering Off a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-4.
5.1.2
Removing the SC Board
●
Removing the SC Board.
See Section 6.1.2.3, “Removing a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-6.
5.1.3
Removing the System Control (SC) CPU Board
1. Release the two (2) captive screws holding the SC CPU to the SC board.
2. Remove the SC CPU board by using the insert-eject levers on the board.
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5.2
System Control (SC) Board cPCI
Memory Board Installation Procedures
Inspect the new board before inserting it into the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
1. Remove the connector protective cover from the board being installed and
inspect the connector for any damaged or gaps between the pins.
2. Ensure any board alignment tabs are not bent.
3. Inspect the mating connector before inserting the new board.
Caution – Do not force any board into a slot; it can cause damage to the board and
the system. The board should insert and seat smoothly. If it binds, remove the board
and inspect the card cage slot for any obvious obstructions.
5.2.1
Installing cPCI Memory Boards on the SC CPU
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
The SC CPU board can support up to two memory boards and two possible
configurations. One installation configuration consists of two 128-Mbyte modules.
The first memory board (memory board A) is installed directly onto the SC CPU
board. The second memory board (memory board B) is installed directly on top of
memory board A (FIGURE 5-1). The second configuration is a single 256-Mbyte
module (memory board A).
1. Determine if one or two memory boards are being installed for this installation
and locate the 2-56 x 3/8 in. or 2-56 x 3/16 in. screws, the M2 flat washers, the M2
split-lock washers, and the 2-56 x 3/16 in. spacers, as required.
Note – If you are installing only one memory board, do not use the plastic spacers
and the 2-56 x 3/8 in. screws. Install the board using the washers and 2-56 x 3/16 in.
screws directly into the metal mounting posts.
■
If you are installing the single memory board configuration, follow Step 2 through
Step 4.
Chapter 5
System Control (SC) CPU Board and cPCI Memory Board
5-3
FIGURE 5-1
System Control (SC) CPU cPCI Memory Board Installation
Phillips panhead screw
2-56 x 3/8 in. (4)
M2 split-lock washer (4)
Memory board
connectors
Memory board
part number
Memory board B
Memory board A
M2 flat washer (4)
Nylon spacer
2-56 x 3/16 in. (4)
Metal mounting post (4)
■
SC CPU board
If you are installing the double memory board configuration, follow Step 2, and
Step 4 through Step 8.
2. Align the three memory board A connectors above the memory board connector
sockets on the SC CPU board and press down firmly, ensuring the three
connectors are properly seated.
3. Align the flat washers and the split-lock washers on top of memory board A,
and secure into the metal mounting posts with the 2-56 x 3/16 in. Phillips
panhead screws.
Note – To avoid micro-fracture damage to the SC CPU board, do not apply
excessive pressure on any of the connectors.
4. Press on the third, or middle, connector to ensure it is properly seated.
Note – The remaining steps are for the two memory-board installation.
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5. Place the round nylon spacers on top of the mounting holes on memory board
A.
6. Align the three memory board B connectors on top of the memory board A
connector sockets and press down firmly ensuring the three connectors are
properly seated in memory board B.
7. Align the flat washers and the split-lock washers on top of memory board B,
secure with the 2-56 x 3/8 in. Phillips panhead screws, ensuring the spacers are
secure between memory board A and memory board B.
8. Press on the third, or middle connector on memory board B to ensure it is
properly seated.
5.2.2
Installing the System Control (SC) CPU Board
1. Install the correctly configured SC CPU board and lock the insert-eject levers
into position.
2. Secure the SC CPU to the SC board with the two (2) captive screws.
3. Connect all I/O cables.
4. Power on the SC by using the Sun Management Center or from the main SC by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 5-1
sc% resetsc
About to reset other SC. Are you sure you
want to continue? (yes/no)? yes
5. Verify the SC board.
See Section 6.1.2.5, “Verifying a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-10.
5.2.3
Installing the System Control (SC) Board
●
Installing the SC board.
See Section 6.1.2.4, “Installing a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-8.
Chapter 5
System Control (SC) CPU Board and cPCI Memory Board
5-5
5.2.4
Verifying the cPCI Memory Boards on the SC CPU
1. Verifying the SC board.
See Section 6.1.2.5, “Verifying a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-10.
Note – Memory failure might occur due to the installation of an incorrect memory
board, memory board failure, or improper installation.
2. After the installation of the SC board, the system goes through SCPOST and
OpenBoot PROM (OBP). Review the messages on the console.
If a problem is found with the memory, an error message is displayed. The
memory configuration is recognized in groups indicated as Group 0, Group 1,
Group 2, and Group 3. For two memory boards, 128 Mbytes double-sided, single
stuffed, the OBP displays the following configuration information:
TABLE 5-2
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Group
Group
Group
Group
#0,
#1,
#2,
#3,
64 + 64
0 + 0 :
64 + 64
0 + 0 :
:
0
:
0
128 Megabytes
Megabytes
128 Megabytes
Megabytes
3. If an error is found, check the following for a solution:
5-6
■
Ensure the right memory board is installed in the proper slot and properly seated.
■
If two memory boards are installed, ensure each board is installed in the proper
position.
■
Ensure the total memory on the memory board(s) does not exceed the total
memory limit for the processor board.
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
CHAPTER
6
System Control (SC) Board
The System Control (SC) board for the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems is a hot-swappable
board at SC0 (front) and SC1 (rear). This chapter contains the replacement
procedures for the SC board.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 6.1, “System Control (SC) Board Replacement” on page 6-2
■
Section 6.1.1, “System Control Board LEDs” on page 6-2
■
Section 6.1.2, “System Control Board (SC) Replacement Procedures” on
page 6-4
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
6-1
6.1
System Control (SC) Board Replacement
6.1.1
System Control Board LEDs
System Control (SC) board components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 6-1 and
TABLE 6-2.
TABLE 6-1
System Control Board Components
Total Number of System Control
Boards Per System
Total Number of System Control
Boards Per side
Number of LEDs Per System
Control Board
2
1
9
TABLE 6-2
System Control Board Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion
or Initial
System Power On
LEDs After PRESENCE
is Detected
Component Powered On
Component Powered Off
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Service
Remov
e
Active
Servic
e
Remove
on
on
off
on
off
off
on
off
off
off
off
on
The SC CPU slot and SC 6U/3U spare slot on the SC board do not have unique bits,
referred to as presence bits. Failure of the service LED to transition from ON to OFF
within 60 seconds after insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
TABLE 6-3 describes the SC CPU board indicator functions.
TABLE 6-3
System Control CPU Board Indicator Function Descriptions
Indicator Functions
Description
Alarm
Not used
Ready
Component ON and board is READY
Reset button
Global reset to the SC CPU and PCI reset to the SC
Abort button
Resets the CPU
FIGURE 6-1 illustrates the System Control board and the LED locations.
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FIGURE 6-1
System Control Board LEDs (3U to 6U Conversion Board Option)
SC CPU board
Alarm indicator (green)
Ready indicator (green)
Reset button
Abort button
Main SC board
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
Spare 6U/3U slot*
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
SC CPU board
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
* The SC 6U/3U spare slot is
not supported at this time.
Caution – Using the SC CPU reset and SC CPU abort hardware buttons might
corrupt the operating system disk if the operating system has not been properly shut
down.
■
SC CPU Reset Button
When the RESET button on the front panel of the SC CPU (CP1500) board is
pressed, a Power-on-reset (POR) is generated to the SC CPU board and a
peripheral component interconnect (PCI) reset is generated to the PCI devices on
the SC main board. This results in a general clearing of the SC CPU board to a
power on state, and a reset of the PCI bus on the SC main board.
Using the RESET button will reboot the operating system on the SC if the
appropriate OpenBoot PROM (OBP) environment variables have been set.
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SC CPU Abort Button
When the ABORT button on the front panel of the SC CPU (CP1500) board is
pressed, an external initiated reset (XIR) is generated to the CPU module,
returning the CPU to a known start-up state. No other devices are affected by this
reset.
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System Control (SC) Board
6-3
6.1.2
System Control Board (SC) Replacement
Procedures
6.1.2.1
Isolating a Failed System Control Board
1. Check for any error messages during SCPOST.
SCPOST messages are output to an SMS console. To read SC SMS console
messages, you must attach a console cable and terminal to the SC.
2. On the SC, check for any error messages in /var/adm/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages.
3. Use adb to examine any core files in /var/crash/sc_name.
6.1.2.2
Powering Off a System Control (SC) Board
1. If the System Control board is to be replaced in the spare SC, go to Step 6, as
follows. If the System Control board is to be replaced in the main SC, ensure
the spare SC is available. Synchronize the main SC to the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 6-4
sc% setdatasync backup
If no messages are reported in /var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages
and the command completes, the setdatasync backup was successful.
2. As a superuser on the main SC, make a backup copy of the SMS
configuration:
TABLE 6-5
sc# smsbackup directory
This smsbackup file can be used to recover the SMS configuration in the event of
another failure during the replacement.
3. From the main SC, failover (switch over) to the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 6-6
sc% setfailover force
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4. Monitor the SMS log at /var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages on
the spare SC for messages similar to the following:
sc% tail /var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages
Jul 25 11:14:20 2001 xc12-sc1 fomd[378]: [8570 351292396349 NOTICE
FailoverMgr.cc 1846] Reset the remote SC
Jul 25 11:14:20 2001 xc12-sc1 fomd[378]: [8573 351293425787 NOTICE
FailoverMgr.cc 1860] Taking over the main role because the remote SC (current
Main) has a fault - Forced Failover
Jul 25 11:14:21 2001 xc12-sc1 ssd[322]: [1304 351936455728 NOTICE
StartupManager.cc 2146] software component start-up initiated: name=pcd
Jul 25 11:14:21 2001 xc12-sc1 ssd[322]: [1304 351990720428 NOTICE
StartupManager.cc 2146] software component start-up initiated: name=tmd
Jul 25 11:14:21 2001 xc12-sc1 ssd[322]: [1304 352013091113 NOTICE
StartupManager.cc 2146] software component start-up initiated: name=esmd
.
.
.
Jul 25 11:14:27 2001 xc12-sc1 esmd[2401]: [6143 357922367375 ERR
Slot0PowerControl.cc 957] Failed to get SCM Console Bus port configuration
setting, status = 1173 on CPU at SB12
Jul 25 11:14:27 2001 xc12-sc1 hwad[340]: [1173 358098116693 ERR PciComm.cc 205]
console bus illegal access error at address 5c000000
Jul 25 11:14:27 2001 xc12-sc1 esmd[2401]: [1173 358098116693 ERR PciComm.cc 205]
console bus illegal access error at address 5c000000
Jul 25 11:14:27 2001 xc12-sc1 esmd[2401]: [6143 358099878028 ERR
Slot0PowerControl.cc 957] Failed to get SCM Console Bus port configuration
setting, status = 1173 on CPU at SB15
Jul 25 11:14:30 2001 xc12-sc1 fomd[378]: [8576 361695126570 NOTICE
FailoverMgr.cc 1963] SC configured as Main
This indicates that the failover operation has completed successfully. The spare
SC is now the main SC.
5. On the main SC, verify that it has assumed the main role and that failover is
disabled by typing:
TABLE 6-7
sc% showfailover -r
MAIN
sc% showfailover
SC Failover Status:
DISABLED
If failover is disabled, go to Step 8.
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6. On the main SC, disable the failover mechanism by typing:
TABLE 6-8
sc% setfailover off
7. Verify the failover is DISABLED by typing:
TABLE 6-9
sc% showfailover
SC Failover Status:
DISABLED
8. If the spare SC is running Solaris software, as superuser, shut down the spare
(inactive) SC by typing:
TABLE 6-10
sc_spare# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
9. Power off the spare (inactive) SC by using the Sun Management Center or from
the main SC by typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 6-11
sc% poweroff scx
where x is 0 or 1. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
The poweroff command will query the user to continue.
Note – The poweroff command only supports poweroff of the other SC
(poweroff SC0 at SC1 or SC1 at SC0). If the user executes poweroff of SC0 from
SC0, the command will fail.
6.1.2.3
Removing a System Control (SC) Board
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
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Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 6.1.2.2, “Powering
Off a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-4.
2. Label and remove the I/O cables from the SC board.
3. Insert a Phillips No. 1 screwdriver into the pawl latches turning
counterclockwise to release the lever and lift the carrier insert-eject lever.
4. Apply equal pressure to both insert-eject levers in the unlocking direction and
pull the board outward to release it from the centerplane support board.
(FIGURE 6-2).
5. Use the front handle to extract the SC board, supporting the bottom with the
other hand, and place it on a flat sturdy ESD-protected surface with the
component side up.
6. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been removed, by typing:
TABLE 6-12
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board removal message. You will see a message similar to the one
below.
TABLE 6-13
Jun 16 14:28:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] SC at IOx removed
where x is the SC assembly 0-1.
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FIGURE 6-2
System Control Board
Guide rail
3U top screw
Insert-eject
levers
Pawl
latch
Front
SC CPU
handle
insert-eject
handle
Pawl
latch
* Spare cPCI slot
with two 3U filler
panel assemblies
SC CPU board
Front panel
6.1.2.4
* The SC 6U/3U spare slot is
not supported at this time.
Installing a System Control (SC) Board
Inspect the new board before inserting it into the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
1. Remove the connector protective cover from the board being installed and
inspect the connector for any damaged or gaps between the pins.
2. Ensure any board alignment tabs are not bent.
3. Inspect the mating connector before inserting the new board.
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Caution – Do not force any board into a slot; it can cause damage to the board and
the system. The board should insert and seat smoothly. If it binds, remove the board
and inspect the card cage slot for any obvious obstructions.
4. To install a System Control board, firmly grasp the board by the front handle,
supporting the bottom with the other hand, and position it onto the carrier rail.
For proper installation of the SC Board, the SC board carrier plate must be
completely installed.
5. Align the guide rails on the SC control carrier with the guide rails on the SC
board carrier plate.
6. Apply firm pressure on the front panel of the SC control carrier to connect with
the connector on the centerplane support board.
7. Complete the installation by applying pressure to the top and bottom
insert-eject levers simultaneously to ensure the board is properly seated. When
the board is fully seated, both insert-eject levers will simultaneously lock into
place automatically.
Failure of the service LED to transition from on to off within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
The SC board is powered on upon insertion; therefore, power-on commands are
not required.
8. Verify the LED status per TABLE 6-2.
9. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been inserted, by typing:
TABLE 6-14
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board insertion message. You will see a message similar to the one as
follows.
TABLE 6-15
Jun 16 14:30:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] SC at IOx inserted
where x is the SC assembly 0-1.
10. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
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6.1.2.5
Verifying a System Control (SC) Board
1. Monitor SSCPOST for any error messages.
SSCPOST messages are output to an SMS console. To read SC SMS console
messages, you must attach a console cable and terminal to the SC.
Note – SSCPOST might not be present if a new SC CPU board has been installed.
2. Confirm that SMS sees the SC when powered on by using the Sun
Management Center or by typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 6-16
sc% showboards -v |grep SC
SC0
On
SC
SC1
On
SC
Spare
Main
-
-
3. Ensure the SC boots properly and no errors are reported to the SMS console or
/var/adm/messages.
An example message is displayed below.
TABLE 6-17
...
Oct 10 19:40:12 2001 Print services started.
Oct 10 19:40:16 2001 volume management starting.
Oct 10 19:40:17 2001 The system is ready.
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4. Check that the SC CPU board flash PROMs match the level on the disk:
TABLE 6-18
sc% flashupdate -f /opt/SUNWSMS/firmware/SCOBPimg.di SC0/FP0
Current SC FPROM Information
============================
SC at SC0, FPROM 0:
Name: SSCOBP-dropins, Version: 1.1
Size: 144, Check Sum: 52295
Date Flashed: 09/17/01
Date Created: 09/17/01
SC Flash Image Information
==========================
Name: SSCOBP-dropins, Version: 1.1
Size: 144, Check Sum: 52795
Date Flashed: 08/23/01
Date Created: 08/23/01
Do you wish to update the SC User FPROM (yes/no)?
sc% flashupdate -f /opt/SUNWSMS/firmware/SSCPOST.di SC0/FP1
Current SC FPROM Information
============================
SC at SC0, FPROM 1:
Name: ExtPOST, Version: 1.15
Size: 207169, Check Sum: 44872
Date Flashed: 09/17/01
Date Created: 09/17/01
SC Flash Image Information
==========================
Name: ExtPOST, Version: 1.15
Size: 207161, Check Sum: 62276
Date Flashed: 08/23/01
Date Created: 08/23/01
Do you wish to update the SC User FPROM (yes/no)?
■
If different, answer yes to update the PROM(s).
■
If the PROM(s) are updated, reboot the SC.
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5. Ensure SMS starts properly and no errors are reported in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages.
Check the platform message log for any errors. Once the SMS starts, the following
message is displayed:
TABLE 6-19
Oct 12 11:58:11 2001 star7sc1 fomd[348]: [8577 118844134283
NOTICE
FailoverMgr.cc 2785] SC configured as Spare
The spare could be either Spare or Main, depending on the state of the opposite
SC.
6. Re-enable failover on the main SC by typing:
TABLE 6-20
sc% setfailover on
7. Verify failover is enabled by typing:
TABLE 6-21
sc% showfailover
SC Failover Status:
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CHAPTER
7
System Control (SC) Peripheral
Board
The System Control (SC) hot-swappable peripheral board (slot 1) for the Sun Fire
15K/12K systems support the DVD-ROM, hard drive, and digital audio tape (DAT)
peripherals. This chapter contains the replacement procedures for the SC peripheral
board, and the DVD-ROM, hard drive, and digital audio tape (DAT) peripherals.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 7.1, “System Control Peripheral Board LEDs” on page 7-2
■
Section 7.2, “System Control Peripheral Board Replacement Procedures” on
page 7-6
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■
■
Section 7.2.1, “Isolating a Failed System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on
page 7-6
■
Section 7.2.2, “Powering Off a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on
page 7-6
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Section 7.2.3, “Removing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-6
■
Section 7.2.4, “Installing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-8
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Section 7.2.5, “Powering On a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on
page 7-9
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Section 7.2.6, “Verifying a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-9
Section 7.3, “DVD-ROM Peripheral Replacement Procedures” on page 7-10
■
Section 7.3.1, “Removing the Failed DVD-ROM Peripheral From the System
Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-10
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Section 7.3.2, “Installing the DVD-ROM Peripheral on the System Control (SC)
Peripheral Board” on page 7-11
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Section 7.3.3, “Powering On a DVD-ROM Peripheral” on page 7-12
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Section 7.3.4, “Verifying a DVD-ROMDVD-ROM Peripheral” on page 7-12
Section 7.4, “Hard Drive Peripheral Replacement Procedures” on page 7-13
7-1
■
■
Section 7.4.1, “Removing the Failed Hard Drive Peripheral From the System
Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-13
■
Section 7.4.2, “Installing the Hard Drive Peripheral on the System Control (SC)
Peripheral Board” on page 7-15
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Section 7.4.3, “Powering On a Hard Drive Peripheral” on page 7-15
■
Section 7.4.4, “Verifying a Hard Drive Peripheral” on page 7-15
Section 7.5, “Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Peripheral Replacement Procedures” on
page 7-16
■
Section 7.5.1, “Removing the Failed DAT Peripheral From the System Control
(SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-16
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Section 7.5.2, “Installing the DAT Peripheral on the System Control (SC)
Peripheral Board” on page 7-17
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Section 7.5.3, “Powering On a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Peripheral” on
page 7-18
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Section 7.5.4, “Verifying a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Peripheral” on page 7-18
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
7.1
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
System Control Peripheral Board LEDs
System Control (SC) peripheral board components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 7-1
and TABLE 7-2.
TABLE 7-1
7-2
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board Components
Total Number of System Control
Peripheral Boards Per System
Total Number of System Control
Peripheral Boards Per Side
Number of LEDs Per System
Control Peripheral Board
2
1
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TABLE 7-2
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion
or Initial
System Power On
LEDs After PRESENCE
is Detected
Component Powered On
Component Powered Off
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Service
Remov
e
Active
Servic
e
Remove
on
on
off
on
off
off
on
off
off
off
off
on
System Control must be present and powered on before the SC peripheral board can
be powered on. Failure of the service LED to transition from ON to OFF within 60
seconds after insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
FIGURE 7-1 illustrates the System Control peripheral board and the LED locations.
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FIGURE 7-1
System Control Peripheral Board LEDs
Peripheral DVD-ROM
Ejection indicator (amber)
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
Peripheral Tape Drive
Tape drive Clean indicator (amber)
Tape drive activation (green)
TABLE 7-3 describes the DVD indicator function, and TABLE 7-4 describes the tape
indicator functions.
TABLE 7-3
7-4
System Control DVD Peripheral Indicator Function Descriptions
Indicator Functions
Description
Blinking (0.8 second intervals)
Busy
OFF
Idle
OFF
No disk
ON
Error
Blinking (1.6 second intervals)
Audio playback
ON
Data transfer
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TABLE 7-4
System Control Tape Peripheral Indicator Function Descriptions
Indicator Functions
Description
Tape Indicator
Green flashing and amber OFF
Loading or unloading
Green fast flashing and amber OFF
Reading and writing
Green ON and amber OFF
Tape is loaded and ready
Green ON or OFF and amber flashing
Clean tape drive
Green ON or OFF and amber ON
Error
Cleaning Mode
Green fast flashing and amber OFF
Cleaning in progress
Firmware Upgrade Mode
Green fast flashing and amber fast flashing
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Firmware is downloading (auto ejection
when complete)
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
7-5
7.2
System Control Peripheral Board
Replacement Procedures
The system control peripheral board is a hot-swap component board. The following
sections provide instructions for removing and installing the peripheral board and
the DVD-ROM, hard drive, and digital audio tape peripheral components:
7.2.1
Isolating a Failed System Control (SC) Peripheral
Board
1. Check for any error messages during SCPOST.
SCPOST messages are output to an SMS console. To read SC SMS console
messages, you must attach a console cable and terminal to the SC.
2. On the SMS, check for any error messages in /var/adm/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages, specifically those dealing
with the onboard peripherals (disk, tape).
7.2.2
Powering Off a System Control (SC) Peripheral
Board
●
Power off the SC Board.
See Section 6.1.2.2, “Powering Off a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-4.
7.2.3
Removing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
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Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 7.2.2, “Powering Off
a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-6.
2. Insert a Phillips No. 1 screwdriver into the pawl latches turning
counterclockwise to release the lever and lift the carrier insert-eject lever.
3. Use the front handle to extract the SC peripheral board, supporting the bottom
with the other hand, and place it on a flat, sturdy, ESD-protected surface with
the component side up.
4. To access the internal components of the SC peripheral board, remove the four
(4) M3x6 flathead screws from the center SCSI access panel, as shown in
FIGURE 7-2.
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FIGURE 7-2
SC Peripheral Board and Center Access Panel—Exploded
SCSI cable
Rear access panel
to hard drives
Center SCSI access panel
to SCSI cable and hard drives
Riveted panel
at DVD-ROM and
tape drive peripherals
7.2.4
Installing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
Inspect the new board before inserting it into the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
1. Remove the connector protective cover from the board being installed and
inspect the connector for any damaged or gaps between the pins.
2. Ensure any board alignment tabs are not bent.
3. Inspect the mating connector before inserting the new board.
Caution – Do not force any board into a slot; it can cause damage to the board and
the system. The board should insert and seat smoothly. If it binds, remove the board
and inspect the card cage slot for any obvious obstructions.
4. To install a SC peripheral board, firmly grasp the board by the front handle,
supporting the bottom with the other hand, and position it onto the carrier rail.
5. With the insert-eject lever extended, slide the board into the slot until it begins
to connect with the centerplane support board connector.
6. Apply firm pressure to the face plate to fully seat the board with the connector.
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7. Fold the insert-eject lever inward to fully seat the board ensuring the lever is
nested within the front handle.
Failure of the service LED to transition from on to off within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
8. Verify the LED status per TABLE 7-2.
9. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
7.2.5
Powering On a System Control (SC) Peripheral
Board
●
Power on the SC by using the Sun Management Center or from the main SC by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 7-5
sc% resetsc
About to reset other SC. Are you sure you
want to continue? (yes/no)? yes
7.2.6
Verifying a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
1. Monitor SCPOST for any error messages during SC boot.
SCPOST messages are output to an SMS console. To read SC SMS console
messages, you must attach a console cable and terminal to the SC.
2. Ensure that Solaris software can communicate to all the peripheral devices.
■
For the DVD-ROM, insert a CD and ensure it mounts properly.
■
For hard disks, check that the /dev/dsk and /dev/rdsk entries are correct and
that the Solaris software can access the disks (format, prtvtoc).
■
For the DAT drive, check that the /dev/rmt entries are correct and that the
Solaris software can access the tape device (mt status).
3. Verify the SC Board.
See Section 6.1.2.5, “Verifying a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-10.
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7.3
DVD-ROM Peripheral Replacement
Procedures
All backup procedures and any other customer administrative procedures must be
completed by the responsible system administrator prior to DVD-ROM peripheral
replacement by field personnel.
7.3.1
Removing the Failed DVD-ROM Peripheral From
the System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Power off the SC board.
See Section 6.1.2.2, “Powering Off a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-4.
3. Remove the SC peripheral board.
See Section 7.2.3, “Removing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on
page 7-6.
4. At the center SCSI access panel, remove the four (4) M3x6 flathead screws and
remove the panel.
5. Disconnect the SCSI ribbon cable connector and the DVD PWR connector from
the DVD-ROM peripheral.
6. To access the internal DVD component of the SC peripheral board, remove the
four (4) M3x6 panhead screws from the forward mounting panel, as shown in
FIGURE 7-3.
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FIGURE 7-3
SC Peripheral Board DVD Removal and Access Panel—Exploded
Forward mounting
panel to DVD-ROM/DAT
components
SCSI cable
DVD component
M3x6
flathead
screws
DVD mounting
holes (4)
M3x6 panhead DVD
mounting screws (4)
Center SCSI
access panel
7. From the front of the SC peripheral board, pull out the failed DVD-ROM
peripheral and place on an ESD-protected surface.
7.3.2
Installing the DVD-ROM Peripheral on the
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
1. With the SC peripheral board in horizontal position, insert a new DVD-ROM
peripheral into the top bay with the mounting holes aligned upward.
2. Push the DVD-ROM peripheral inward until the front-panel bezel meets the
SC peripheral board housing.
3. Align the four (4) holes of the side-panel sheet metal with the four (4) holes of
the DVD-ROM peripheral.
4. Secure the DVD-ROM peripheral to the SC peripheral board housing with the
four (4) M3x6 panhead screws.
5. Connect the DVD PWR cable and the SCSI ribbon cable connectors.
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6. Install the center SCSI access panel and secure with the four (4) M3x6 flathead
screws.
7. Install the SC peripheral board.
See Section 7.2.4, “Installing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-8.
8. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
7.3.3
Powering On a DVD-ROM Peripheral
●
Power on the SC by using the Sun Management Center or from the main SC by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 7-6
sc% resetsc
About to reset other SC. Are you sure you
want to continue? (yes/no)? yes
7.3.4
Verifying a DVD-ROMDVD-ROM Peripheral
●
Verify the DVD-ROM.
See Section 7.2.6, “Verifying a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-9.
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7.4
Hard Drive Peripheral Replacement
Procedures
All backup procedures and any other customer administrative procedures must be
completed by the responsible system administrator prior to hard drive peripheral
replacement by field service personnel.
7.4.1
Removing the Failed Hard Drive Peripheral From
the System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Power off the SC board.
See Section 6.1.2.2, “Powering Off a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-4.
3. Remove the SC peripheral board.
See Section 7.2.3, “Removing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on
page 7-6.
4. At the center SCSI access panel, remove the four (4) M3x6 flathead screws and
remove the panel (FIGURE 7-4).
5. To access the internal hard drive(s) component, remove the four (4 per drive)
6-32 2A UNC screws holding the hard drive(s) to the rear panel of the SC
peripheral.
Caution – Support the hard drive during removal to prevent damage to the SC
peripheral board and its components.
6. Holding the front end of the failed hard drive, remove by pulling outward to
disconnect from the J2 (upper drive), or J3 (lower drive), connector of the SCSI
backplane that is attached to the back of the rear panel. Pull outward and up to
clear the rear panel.
Chapter 7
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
7-13
FIGURE 7-4
SC Peripheral Board Hard Drive Removal and Access Panel—Exploded
To J2 SCSI
backplane connector
(target ID 3)
To J3 SCSI
backplane connector
(target ID 2)
Upper hard
drive to J2
DVD-ROMDVD-ROM
Lower hard
drive to J3
Rear panel
(remove only
as required)
Tape
drive
SC peripheral
SCSI backplane
J2 connector
SC peripheral
SCSI backplane
J3 connector
6-32 UNC 2A panhead
screws (4)
upper hard drive at J2
Center SCSI access panel
M3x6 panhead screws (4)
on SCSI access panel
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6-32 UNC 2A panhead
screws (4)
lower hard drive at J3
M3x6 panhead screws (4)
on rear access panel
(outer edge)
7.4.2
Installing the Hard Drive Peripheral on the
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
Caution – Support the hard drive during installation to prevent damage to the SC
peripheral board and its components.
1. Holding the front end of the new hard drive(s), insert under the rear panel and
connect to the J2 (upper drive), or J3 (lower drive), connector of the SC
peripheral SCSI backplane.
2. Secure the hard drive(s) to the SC peripheral board with the four (4 per drive)
6-32 2A UNC screws.
3. Replace the SCSI access panel and secure with the four (4) M3x6 flathead
screws.
4. Install the SC peripheral board.
See Section 7.2.4, “Installing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-8.
5. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
7.4.3
Powering On a Hard Drive Peripheral
●
Power on the SC by using the Sun Management Center or from the main SC by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 7-7
sc% resetsc
About to reset other SC. Are you sure you
want to continue? (yes/no)? yes
7.4.4
Verifying a Hard Drive Peripheral
●
Verify the hard drive.
See Section 7.2.6, “Verifying a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-9.
Chapter 7
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
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7.5
Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Peripheral
Replacement Procedures
All backup procedures and any other customer administrative procedures must be
completed by the responsible system administrator prior to DAT peripheral
replacement by Field Service personnel.
Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 7.2.2, “Powering Off
a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-6.
7.5.1
Removing the Failed DAT Peripheral From the
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Power off the SC Board.
See Section 6.1.2.2, “Powering Off a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-4.
3. Remove the SC Peripheral board.
See Section 7.2.3, “Removing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on
page 7-6.
4. At the center SCSI access panel, remove the four (4) M3x6 flathead screws and
remove the access panel.
5. Disconnect the SCSI ribbon cable connector and the DAT PWR cable connector
from the DAT peripheral.
6. To access the internal DAT component of the SC peripheral board, remove the
four (4) M3x6 panhead screws from the forward mounting panel, as shown in
FIGURE 7-5.
7. From the front of the SC peripheral board, pull out the failed DAT peripheral
and place on an ESD-protected surface.
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FIGURE 7-5
SC Peripheral Board DAT Removal and Access Panel—Exploded
Forward mounting
panel to DVD-ROM/DAT
components
SCSI cable
Center SCSI
access panel
DAT component
DAT mounting
holes (4)
7.5.2
M3x6 flathead DAT
mounting screws (4)
M3x6 panhead DAT
mounting screws (4)
Installing the DAT Peripheral on the System
Control (SC) Peripheral Board
1. With the SC peripheral board in horizontal position, insert a new DAT into the
bottom bay with the mounting holes aligned upward.
2. Push the DAT peripheral inward until the front-panel bezel meets the SC
peripheral board housing.
3. Align the four (4) holes of the side-panel sheet metal with the four (4) holes of
the DAT peripheral.
4. Secure the DAT peripheral to the SC peripheral board housing with the four (4)
M3x6 panhead screws.
5. Connect the DAT PWR cable and the SCSI ribbon cable connectors.
6. Install the center SCSI access panel and secure with the four (4) M3x6 flathead
screws.
7. Install the SC peripheral board.
See Section 7.2.4, “Installing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-8.
8. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Chapter 7
System Control (SC) Peripheral Board
7-17
7.5.3
Powering On a Digital Audio Tape (DAT)
Peripheral
●
Power on the SC by using the Sun Management Center or from the main SC by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 7-8
sc% resetsc
About to reset other SC. Are you sure you
want to continue? (yes/no)? yes
7.5.4
Verifying a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) Peripheral
●
Verify the DAT.
See Section 7.2.6, “Verifying a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-9.
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CHAPTER
8
CPU (Slot 0) Board
The standard hot-swappable CPU boards or CPU filler panels for the Sun Fire
15K/12K systems are inserted into slot 0, expander 0 through 8 (front), and slot 0,
expander 9 through 17 (rear). This chapter contains the replacement procedures for
the standard CPU board, the CPU board DIMMs, and the CPU filler panels.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 8.1, “CPU (Slot 0) Board LEDs” on page 8-2
■
Section 8.2, “CPU (Slot 0) Board Replacement Procedures” on page 8-3
■
■
■
Section 8.2.1, “Isolating a Failed CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-3
■
Section 8.2.2, “Powering Off a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-4
■
Section 8.2.3, “Removing a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-5
■
Section 8.2.4, “Installing a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-7
■
Section 8.2.5, “Verifying a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-8
Section 8.3, “CPU (Slot 0) Board DIMM Replacement Procedures” on page 8-9
■
Section 8.3.1, “Removing the CPU DIMMs” on page 8-9
■
Section 8.3.2, “Installing the CPU DIMMs” on page 8-11
Section 8.4, “CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel Replacement Procedures” on page 8-12
■
Section 8.4.1, “Removing a CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel” on page 8-12
■
Section 8.4.2, “Installing a CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel” on page 8-12
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
8-1
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
The following configuration rules apply when configuring components of the Sun
Fire 15K/12K systems:
Note – The CPU/Memory board field-replaceable unit (FRU) is for maintenance use
only. FRUs must not be used to upgrade CPU performance in systems. Usage as
such can violate United States export regulations.
8.1
■
All CPU modules must be the same speed.
■
All external cache modules must be the same size.
■
When configuring memory:
■
All sockets within a bank must be fully populated.
■
All DIMM sizes within a bank must be equal.
CPU (Slot 0) Board LEDs
CPU Board components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 8-1 and TABLE 8-2.
TABLE 8-1
CPU Board Components
Total Number of CPU Boards
Per System
Total Number of CPU Boards
Per Side
Number of LEDs Per
CPU Board
1-18
0-9
3
TABLE 8-2
CPU Board Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion or Initial
System Power On
Component Powered On
Component Powered Off
Active
Service
Remove
Active
Service
Remove
Active
Service
Remove
off
off
on
on
off
off
off
off
on
FIGURE 8-1 illustrates the CPU board and the LED locations.
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FIGURE 8-1
CPU Board LEDs
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
8.2
CPU (Slot 0) Board Replacement
Procedures
8.2.1
Isolating a Failed CPU (Slot 0) Board
1. Check for any error messages during POST.
2. On the SC, check for any error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/messages.
Chapter 8
CPU (Slot 0) Board
8-3
where domain_id = domain letter.
If available, examine any DStop or RStop files located in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/dump.
where domain_id = domain letter.
3. On the specific domain(s), use adb to examine any core files in
/var/crash/hostname.
8.2.2
Powering Off a CPU (Slot 0) Board
1. Check the power state of the board to be removed by typing:
TABLE 8-3
sc% showboards | grep SBx
where x is the CPU board 0-17.
■
If the board is powered off, go to Section 8.2.3, “Removing a CPU (Slot 0) Board”
on page 8-5.
■
If the power state is On and the board status is Isolated and not part of the
domain, power off the CPU board by using the Sun Management Center or by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 8-4
sc% poweroff SBx
where x is the CPU Board 0-17. Go to Section 8.2.3, “Removing a CPU (Slot 0)
Board” on page 8-5.
2. If the board is part of a multi-board domain or a single-board domain, do the
following:
■
For a multi-board domain, use dynamic reconfiguration to deconfigure the CPU
from the running domain by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the
following SMS command:
TABLE 8-5
sc% deleteboard SBx
where x is the CPU Board 0-17. Go to Section 8.2.3, “Removing a CPU (Slot 0)
Board” on page 8-5.
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■
If you have a single-board domain and the operating system is up, log into the
domain as the domain administrator and shut down the operating system by
typing the following sequence:
TABLE 8-6
domain_name# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
■
Power off the hardware associated with the domain by typing:
TABLE 8-7
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id off
8.2.3
Removing a CPU (Slot 0) Board
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Caution – After the board is removed, carry the board to a work area holding it
vertically by the front handle with the connector downward. Lift the board and
place the other hand under the bottom, or back, of the board placing the bottom, or
back, on an ESD-protected surface. Never place the weight of a board on its
connector as it is easily damaged.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 8.2.2, “Powering Off
a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-4.
2. Insert a Phillips No. 1 screwdriver into top and bottom pawl latches turning
counterclockwise to release the levers operating the two (2) board carrier
insert-eject levers simultaneously (FIGURE 8-2).
3. Use the front handle to extract the CPU board, supporting the bottom with the
other hand, and place it on a flat, sturdy, ESD-protected surface with the
component side up.
Chapter 8
CPU (Slot 0) Board
8-5
FIGURE 8-2
CPU Board Components
Extended cache DIMMs (not visible in diagram)
(8 x 2 per processor)
CPU processor 1
CPU processor 0
CPU processor 3
CPU processor 2
Insert-eject
lever
Pawl latch (top)
Pawl latch (bottom)
Insert-eject lever
Memory module DIMMs (32 total)
4. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been removed, by typing:
TABLE 8-8
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board removal message. You will see a message similar to the one
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below.
TABLE 8-9
Jun 16 14:28:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] CPU at SBxx removed
where xx is the CPU assembly 0-17.
5. Remove the memory module DIMMs from the board and set aside.
See Section 8.3.1, “Removing the CPU DIMMs” on page 8-9.
8.2.4
Installing a CPU (Slot 0) Board
Inspect the new board before inserting it into the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
1. Remove the connector protective cover from the board being installed and
inspect the connector for any damaged or gaps between the pins.
2. Ensure any board alignment tabs are not bent.
3. Inspect the mating connector before inserting the new board.
Caution – Do not force any board into a slot; it can cause damage to the board and
the system. The board should insert and seat smoothly. If it binds, remove the board
and inspect the card cage slot for any obvious obstructions.
4. Install the memory module DIMMs removed from the board.
See Section 8.3.2, “Installing the CPU DIMMs” on page 8-11.
5. To install a CPU (slot 0) board, firmly grasp the board by the front handle,
supporting the bottom with the other hand, and position it onto the carrier rail.
See FIGURE 8-2 detailing the CPU board components.
6. With the insert-eject levers extended, slide the board into the slot until it
begins to connect with the expander connector.
7. Apply firm pressure to the face plate to fully seat the board with the expander
connector.
8. Use the insert-eject lever to fully seat and automatically lock the board into
position.
The usual failure of the service LED to transition from on to off within 60 seconds
after insertion, indicating a power-status control fault, does not apply for the CPU
board.
Chapter 8
CPU (Slot 0) Board
8-7
9. Verify the LED status per TABLE 8-2.
10. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been inserted, by typing:
TABLE 8-10
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board insertion message. You will see a message similar to the one
below.
TABLE 8-11
Jun 16 14:30:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] CPU at SBxx inserted
where xx is the CPU assembly 0-17.
11. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
8.2.5
Verifying a CPU (Slot 0) Board
1. Using dynamic reconfiguration, configure the CPU board into the domain(s) by
using the Sun Management Center or by typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 8-12
sc% addboard -d domain_id SBx
where x is the CPU Board 0-17.
domain_id is the letter A-R of the target domain(s) for the component.
OR
If the domain was shut down prior to the expander replacement, start the
domain by typing:
TABLE 8-13
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id
on
2. Examine the POST messages reported by the addboard or setkeyswitch for
any errors. Also monitor the message logs on the SC, specifically
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/messages.
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8.3
CPU (Slot 0) Board DIMM Replacement
Procedures
8.3.1
Removing the CPU DIMMs
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Remove the CPU board requiring a DIMM replacement by following the
procedures in:
■
Section 8.2.2, “Powering Off a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-4
■
Section 8.2.3, “Removing a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-5
3. Locate the slot for the CPU DIMM requiring replacement. DIMM location
numbers are shown in FIGURE 8-3.
4. Eject the faulty CPU DIMM by pressing down on the ejection levers on both
sides of the DIMM connector as shown in FIGURE 8-4.
5. Remove the CPU DIMM by holding the edges and place on an ESD-protected
surface.
Chapter 8
CPU (Slot 0) Board
8-9
FIGURE 8-3
CPU Board Memory DIMM Locations
103
113
102
112
101
111
100
110
DIMM 1
bank 1, 0
003
013
002
012
001
011
000
010
DIMM 0
bank 1, 0
303
313
302
312
301
311
300
310
DIMM 3
bank 1, 0
DIMM 2
bank 1, 0
203
213
202
212
201
211
200
210
DIMM
Bank
Processor
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FIGURE 8-4
CPU DIMM Removal
CPU DIMM
Orientation key
(short side)
Orientation key
(long side)
CPU DIMM
CPU board
Eject lever
8.3.2
Installing the CPU DIMMs
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Install one bank completely on each board before installing the remaining banks.
All banks must have the same size DIMMs. DIMMs from different manufacturers
are interchangeable in a single bank if the DIMMs have the same capacity and
speed. Sort the DIMMs into banks by DIMM size.
1. Ensure the CPU board is on an ESD-protected surface.
2. Carefully remove the new CPU DIMM from its protective packaging and place
it on an ESD-protected surface.
3. Press down on the ejector levers at both ends of the DIMM connector slot to set
them in the insert-ready position.
4. Align the short-side and the long-side orientation key of the CPU DIMM with
the short side and long side orientation position of the DIMM connector
(FIGURE 8-4).
Note – If four DIMMs are being installed, insert the DIMMs into the same bank.
Chapter 8
CPU (Slot 0) Board
8-11
5. Push firmly on the top edge of the CPU DIMM to insert into the DIMM
connector.
6. Install the remaining new CPU DIMMs.
7. After installation of the new CPU DIMMs, follow the procedures in:
■
Section 8.2.4, “Installing a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-7
■
Section 8.2.5, “Verifying a CPU (Slot 0) Board” on page 8-8
8. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
8.4
CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel Replacement
Procedures
8.4.1
Removing a CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Insert a Phillips No. 1 screwdriver into the top and bottom pawl latches turning
counterclockwise to release the levers operating the two (2) board carrier
insert-eject levers simultaneously.
3. Use the front handle to extract the CPU filler panel, supporting the bottom with
the other hand, and place on a flat sturdy surface.
8.4.2
Installing a CPU (Slot 0) Filler Panel
1. To install a CPU filler panel, firmly grasp the panel by the front handle,
supporting the bottom with the other hand, and position it onto the carrier rail.
2. With the insert-eject levers extended, slide the panel into the slot until it is
even with the other boards.
3. Use the front handle to fully seat the board.
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4. Lock the CPU filler panel by sliding the insert-eject levers into position until
they are fully nested with the front handle.
5. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Chapter 8
CPU (Slot 0) Board
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CHAPTER
9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
The hot-swappable hsPCI assembly (hsPCI-X/hsPCI+), hot-swappable MaxCPU
board, or I/O filler panels for the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems are inserted into slot 1,
expander 0 through 8 (front), and slot 1, expander 9 through 17 (rear). This chapter
contains the replacement procedures for the standard hsPCI assembly, the MaxCPU
board, and the I/O filler panels.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
■
Section 9.1, “hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly” on page 9-2
■
Section 9.1.1, “hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly LEDs” on page 9-2
■
Section 9.1.2, “hsPCI I/O (Slot 1) Assembly Replacement Procedures” on
page 9-3
Section 9.2, “PCI Cassette Replacement Procedures” on page 9-8
■
■
Section 9.3, “PCI Cassette Card Replacement Procedures” on page 9-10
■
■
■
Section 9.2.1, “PCI Cassette Replacement” on page 9-8
Section 9.3.1, “PCI Cassette Card Replacement” on page 9-10
Section 9.4, “MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Replacement Procedures” on page 9-11
■
Section 9.4.1, “MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board LEDs” on page 9-11
■
Section 9.4.2, “MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Replacement” on page 9-12
Section 9.5, “I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel Replacement Procedures” on page 9-17
■
Section 9.5.1, “Removing an I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel” on page 9-17
■
Section 9.5.2, “Installing an I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel” on page 9-17
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
9-1
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
9.1
hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
9.1.1
hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly LEDs
Hot-swap PCI (hsPCI) assembly components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 9-1 and
TABLE 9-2.
TABLE 9-1
hsPCI Assembly Components
Total Number of hsPCI Assemblies Total Number of hsPCI Assemblies
Per System
Per Side
1-18
TABLE 9-2
Number of LEDs Per
hsPCI Assembly
0-9
15
hsPCI Assembly Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion
or Initial
System Power On
LEDs After PRESENCE
is Detected
Component Powered On
Component Powered Off
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Service
Remov
e
Active
Servic
e
Remove
off
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
off
off
on
Failure of the service LED to transition from ON to OFF within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
FIGURE 9-1 illustrates the hsPCI assembly and the LED locations.
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FIGURE 9-1
hsPCI Board LEDs
Front view
Cassette 3.3V
Cassette 5V
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
Cassette 3.3V
Cassette 3.3V
Insert-eject lever
Removal indicator (amber)
Service indicator (amber)
Activation indicator (green)
9.1.2
hsPCI I/O (Slot 1) Assembly Replacement
Procedures
9.1.2.1
Isolating a Failed hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
1. Check for any error messages during POST.
2. On the SC, check for any error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/messages.
where domain_id = domain letter.
Chapter 9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9-3
3. If available, examine any DStop or RStop files located in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/dump.
where domain_id = domain letter.
4. On the specific domain(s), use adb to examine any core files in
/var/crash/hostname.
9.1.2.2
Powering Off an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
1. Check the power state of the board to be removed by typing:
TABLE 9-3
sc% showboards | grep IOx
where x is the hsPCI assembly 0-17.
■
If the board is powered off, go to Section 9.1.2.3, “Removing an hsPCI (Slot 1)
Assembly” on page 9-5.
■
If the power state is On and the board status is Isolated and not part of the
domain, power off the hsPCI by using the Sun Management Center or by typing
the following SMS command:
TABLE 9-4
sc% poweroff IOx
where x is the hsPCI assembly 0-17, and go to Section 9.1.2.3, “Removing an
hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly” on page 9-5.
2. If the board is part of a multi-board domain or a single-board domain, do the
following:
■
Terminate all input/output device operations associated with the I/O board to be
deconfigured.
■
For multi-board domain, using dynamic reconfiguration, deconfigure the hsPCI
from the running domain by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the
following SMS command:
TABLE 9-5
sc% deleteboard IOx
where x is the hsPCI assembly 0-17, and go to Section 9.1.2.3, “Removing an
hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly” on page 9-5.
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■
If you have a single-board domain and the operating system is running, log into
the domain as the domain administrator and shut down the operating system by
typing the following sequence:
TABLE 9-6
domain_name# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
■
Power off the hardware associated with the domain by typing:
TABLE 9-7
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id off
9.1.2.3
Removing an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Caution – After the board is removed, carry the board to a work area holding it
vertically by the front handle with the connector downward. Lift the board and
place the other hand under the bottom, or back, of the board placing the bottom, or
back, on an ESD-protected surface. Never place the weight of a board on its
connector as it is easily damaged.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 9.1.2.2, “Powering
Off an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly” on page 9-4.
2. Label and remove the I/O cables from the hsPCI assembly.
3. Insert a Phillips No. 1 screwdriver into the pawl latches turning
counterclockwise to release the lever and lift the carrier insert-eject lever.
4. Use the front handle to extract the hsPCI (slot 1) assembly, supporting the
bottom with the other hand, and place it on a flat, sturdy, ESD-protected surface
with the component side up.
Chapter 9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9-5
5. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been removed, by typing:
TABLE 9-8
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board removal message. You will see a message similar to the one
below.
TABLE 9-9
Jun 16 14:28:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] HPCI at IOxx removed
where xx is the hsPCI assembly 0-17.
9.1.2.4
Installing an hsPCI (slot 1) Assembly
1. To install a hsPCI (slot 1) assembly, firmly grasp the board assembly,
supporting the bottom with the other hand, and position it onto the carrier rail.
2. With the insert-eject lever extended, slide the board into the slot until it begins
to connect with the expander connector.
3. Apply firm pressure to the face plate to properly seat the board with the
expander connector.
4. Use the insert-eject lever to fully seat and automatically lock the board into
position.
Failure of the service LED to transition from on to off within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
5. Verify the LED status per TABLE 9-2.
6. Install all I/O cables.
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7. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been inserted, by typing:
TABLE 9-10
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board insertion message. You will see a message similar to the one
below.
TABLE 9-11
Jun 16 14:30:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] HPCI at IOxx inserted
where xx is the hsPCI assembly 0-17.
8. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
9.1.2.5
Powering On an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
●
Power on the hsPCI Assembly by using the Sun Management Center or by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 9-12
sc% poweron IOx
where x is the hsPCI Assembly 0-17.
9.1.2.6
Verifying an hsPCI (Slot 1) Assembly
1. Using dynamic reconfiguration, configure the hsPCI Assembly into the domain
by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the following SMS
command:
TABLE 9-13
sc% addboard -d domain_id IOx
where x is the hsPCI Assembly 0-17.
domain_id is the letter A-R of the target domain(s) for the board.
OR
Chapter 9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9-7
If the domain was shut down prior to the expander replacement, start the
domain by typing:
TABLE 9-14
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id
on
2. Examine the POST messages reported by the addboard/setkeyswitch for any
errors. Also monitor the message logs on the SC, specifically
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/messages.
9.2
PCI Cassette Replacement Procedures
The cassettes in the hsPCI are hot-swap components.
9.2.1
PCI Cassette Replacement
9.2.1.1
Removing the PCI Cassette
Caution – Before removing a cassette, the green activation LED must be off and the
amber removal OK LED must be on. See TABLE 9-2 for hsPCI LED descriptions.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Ensure that the adapter in the cassette to be removed has terminated all
input/output operations. Refer to the man pages for ifconfig or umount for
more information.
3. The customer domain administrator should power off the cassette by typing the
following rcfgadm command:
TABLE 9-15
sc% rcfgadm -d domain_id -c disconnect ap_id
where ap_id is a DR attachment point identifier for the PCI cassette. Refer to the
rcfgadm man page for attachment point identifier details.
4. Wait for the amber removal indicator LED to illuminate.
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5. Label and remove the I/O cables from the cassette.
6. Press down the ejector latch at the top front of the cassette to release the ejector
handle (FIGURE 9-2) and carefully remove the cassette.
FIGURE 9-2
PCI Cassette Removal
EMI cap
Ejector handle
Ejector latch
Cassette at C5V1
7. Grab the handle and pull forward to release the cassette from the hsPCI.
9.2.1.2
Installing the PCI Cassette
1. Insert the PCI cassette into the appropriate slot (C5V0, C5V1, C3V0, or C3V1).
2. Push the cassette inward and push the eject handle upward into position
seating the cassette into the connector.
3. Reconnect the I/O cables to the cassette.
4. To power on the board, the customer domain administrator should type:
TABLE 9-16
sc% rcfgadm -d domain_id -c configure ap_id
where ap_id is a DR attachment point identifier for the PCI cassette. Refer to the
rcfgadm man page for attachment point identifier details.
5. Verify that the activation LED is green.
6. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Chapter 9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9-9
9.3
PCI Cassette Card Replacement
Procedures
9.3.1
PCI Cassette Card Replacement
9.3.1.1
Removing the PCI Card from the Cassette
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Remove the 3.3v or 5.0v PCI card cassette.
3. To access the PCI slot, remove the two (2) M3x5 flathead screws and remove the
EMI cap.
4. Remove the one (1) M3x4 panhead screw securing the PCI card to the front
panel.
Caution – Avoid damaging components on the PCI card when removing.
5. From the top of the cassette, carefully grab each edge of the PCI card at the
notches provided on the PCB board, avoid the components, and pull to release
the card from the connector.
9.3.1.2
Installing the PCI Card into the Cassette
1. To access the PCI slot, remove the two (2) M3x5 flathead screws and remove the
EMI cap.
2. For a new PCI card installation, remove the one (1) M3x4 panhead screw and
discard the filler panel.
3. Install the new PCI card, inserting vertically into the PCI slot of the cassette.
Push firmly until the PCI card is fully seated with the connector.
4. Reinstall the EMI cap.
5. Secure the PCI card with the two (2) M3x5 flathead screws.
6. Insert the PCI cassette into the hsPCI assembly.
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7. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
9.4
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Replacement
Procedures
9.4.1
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board LEDs
MaxCPU board components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 9-17 and TABLE 9-18.
TABLE 9-17
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Components
Total Number of MaxCPU Boards
Per System
Total Number of MaxCPU Boards
Per Side
Number of LEDs Per
MaxCPU Board
1-18
0-9
3
TABLE 9-18
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion
or Initial
System Power On
LEDs After PRESENCE
is Detected
Component Powered On
Component Powered Off
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Service
Remov
e
Active
Servic
e
Remove
off
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
off
off
on
Failure of the service LED to transition from ON to OFF within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
FIGURE 9-3 illustrates the MaxCPU board and the LED locations.
Chapter 9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9-11
FIGURE 9-3
MaxCPU Board LEDs
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
9.4.2
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board Replacement
9.4.2.1
Isolating a Failed MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
1. Check for any error messages during POST.
2. On the SC, check for any error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/messages.
where domain_id = domain letter.
3. If available, examine any DStop or RStop files located in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/dump.
where domain_id = domain letter.
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4. On the specific domain(s), use adb to examine any core files in
/var/crash/hostname.
9.4.2.2
Powering Off a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
1. Check the power state of the board to be removed by typing:
TABLE 9-19
sc% showboards | grep IOx
■
If the board is powered off, go to Section 9.4.2.3, “Removing a MaxCPU (Slot 1)
Board” on page 9-14.
■
If the power state is On and the board status is Isolated and not part of the
domain, power off the MaxCPU board by using the Sun Management Center or
by typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 9-20
sc% poweroff IOx
where x is the MaxCPU board 0-17 and go to Section 9.4.2.3, “Removing a
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board” on page 9-14.
2. If the board is part of a running domain, do the following:
■
Using dynamic reconfiguration, deconfigure the MaxCPU from the running
domain by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the following SMS
command:
TABLE 9-21
sc% deleteboard IOx
where x is the MaxCPU board 0-17 and go to Section 9.4.2.3, “Removing a
MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board” on page 9-14.
Chapter 9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9-13
9.4.2.3
Removing a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Caution – After the board is removed, carry the board to a work area holding it
vertically by the front handle with the connector downward. Lift the board and
place the other hand under the bottom, or back, of the board placing the bottom, or
back, on an ESD-protected surface. Never place the weight of a board on its
connector as it is easily damaged.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 9.4.2.2, “Powering
Off a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board” on page 9-13.
2. Insert a Phillips No. 1 screwdriver into the pawl latches, turning
counterclockwise to release the lever, and lift the carrier insert-eject lever.
3. Use the front handle to extract the MaxCPU (slot 1) board, supporting the
bottom with the other hand, and place it on a flat, sturdy, ESD-protected surface
with the component side up.
4. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been removed, by typing:
TABLE 9-22
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board removal message. You will see a message similar to the one
below.
TABLE 9-23
Jun 16 14:28:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] MCPU at IOxx removed
where xx is the MaxCPU assembly 0-17.
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9.4.2.4
Installing a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
1. Firmly grasp the MaxCPU (slot 1) board by the front handle, supporting the
bottom with the other hand, and position it onto the carrier rail.
2. With the insert-eject lever extended, slide the board into the slot until it begins
to connect with the expander connector.
3. Apply firm pressure to the face plate to properly seat the board with the
expander connector.
4. Use the insert-eject lever to fully seat the board.
Note – Failure of the service LED to transition from on to off within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
5. Verify the LED status per TABLE 9-18.
6. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been inserted, by typing:
TABLE 9-24
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board insertion message. You will see a message similar to the one
below.
TABLE 9-25
Jun 16 14:30:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] MCPU at IOxx inserted
where xx is the MaxCPU assembly 0-17.
7. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
9.4.2.5
Powering On a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
●
Power on the MaxCPU Board by using the Sun Management Center or by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 9-26
sc% poweron IOx
where x is the MaxCPU Board 0-17.
Chapter 9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9-15
9.4.2.6
Verifying a MaxCPU (Slot 1) Board
1. Using dynamic reconfiguration, configure the MaxCPU Board into the domain
by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the following SMS
command:
TABLE 9-27
sc% addboard -d domain_id IOx
where x is the MaxCPU Board 0-17.
domain_id is the letter A-R of the target domain(s) for the board.
2. Examine the POST messages reported by the addboard/setkeyswitch for any
errors. Also monitor the message logs on the SC, specifically
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/messages.
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9.5
I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel Replacement
Procedures
9.5.1
Removing an I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Insert a Phillips No. 1 screwdriver into the pawl latches, turning
counterclockwise to release the lever, and lift the carrier insert-eject lever.
3. Use the front handle to extract the I/O (slot 1) filler panel, supporting the
bottom with the other hand, and place on a flat sturdy surface.
9.5.2
Installing an I/O (Slot 1) Filler Panel
1. Firmly grasp the I/O (slot 1) filler panel by the front handle, supporting the
bottom with the other hand, and position it onto the carrier rail.
2. With the insert-eject lever extended, slide the panel into the slot until it is even
with the other boards.
3. Use the front handle to fully position the panel.
4. Lock the I/O (slot 1) filler panel by sliding the insert-eject lever into position
until it is fully nested with the front handle.
5. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Chapter 9
I/O (Slot 1) Assemblies
9-17
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CHAPTER
10
Board Set Carrier Plates
The board set carrier plates inside the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems require special
handling. There are also three different configuration setups depending on the board
sets the carrier plate is assigned to carry. For increased thermal control, a carrier
plate with an air dam has been designed for slots 4, 5, 13, and 14. This chapter
contains the replacement procedures for these three configurations.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate” on page 10-2
■
Section 10.2, “Carrier Plate Replacement and Modifications” on page 10-5
■
■
Section 10.2.1, “Carrier Plate FRU Modification Contents” on page 10-7
■
Section 10.2.2, “Carrier Plate Replacement for Standard Configurations of
Slots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, and 17” on page 10-7
■
Section 10.2.3, “Carrier Plate Replacement for Configuration of Slots 0 and 9”
on page 10-8
■
Section 10.2.4, “Carrier Plate Replacement for Configuration of Slots 4, 5, 13,
and 14” on page 10-9
Section 10.3, “Carrier Plate (With Air Dam) Replacement” on page 10-11
■
Section 10.3.1, “Carrier Plate (With Air Dam) Replacement for Standard
Configurations of Slots 4, 5, 13, and 14” on page 10-12
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
10-1
10.1
Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate
The following are general guidelines for inserting a board carrier into the system. To
reduce the risk of damage to the connectors, take the following precautions:
■
Thoroughly inspect the male and female connectors before making connections.
■
Look for damage to the plastic housings.
■
Look for foreign material in the plastic housings.
■
Look for bent or damaged pins or ground shields.
Note – If any of these conditions exist, do not try to repair or replace parts unless
you have been trained to do so.
■
■
NEVER
■
Set or bump a connector against another surface.
■
Place the weight of a board on its connector as it is easily damaged.
■
Insert or remove carrier plates with any slot 0 and slot 1 boards installed.
■
Try to force a connector using an insertion/ejection mechanism if the carrier
becomes cocked or jammed.
■
Use damaged components.
See Section 10.2, “Carrier Plate Replacement and Modifications” on page 10-5 for
additional details regarding removal and installation of carriers.
Caution – It is critical that careful handling and seating of the carrier plate is
maintained during the insertion process. It is imperative that the simultaneous
insertion of the ejector screws be followed to avoid damage to the Sun™ Fireplane
interconnect connectors.
When inserting a carrier plate into the card cage:
Caution – Use extreme caution when inserting the board set into the card cage of
the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. The top-right leading edge of the board set must be
aligned properly in the card guide before insertion into the system. This prevents
any component parts from being damaged if hit by the edge of the carrier plate,
which can result in catastrophic failures to the system operation.
1. Hold the bottom edge of the carrier plate and insert it into the bottom of the
card guide, aligning with the top card guide to avoiding any angled insertion of
the carrier plate (FIGURE 10-1).
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FIGURE 10-1
System Carrier Plates
Ejector bracket
alignment tabs
Captive
ejector
screw
Alignment
tab
Slot 0
boards
on top
Ejector bracket
alignment slots
Slot 1
boards
on bottom
System board
carrier plate (various)
(SB1 through SB17,
front and rear)
Carrier Plate Location Placement
System Control
carrier plate
(SC0 and SC1,
front and rear)
CAUTION
AVOID ANGLED INSERTION
Slot 0
NO
HANDS
HERE
Slot 1
Press
inward
here to
seat plate
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 SC0 front expander
17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 SC1 rear expander
part number 540-4085
part number 540-4427
part number 540-4428
part number 540-5736
(with air dam)
part number 540-3993
NO
HANDS
HERE
Chapter 10
Board Set Carrier Plates
10-3
2. Locate the two (2) 0.5 in. hex socket-fixed torque drivers provided in the torque
tool holder brackets on the inside of the front right-side door and torque the
carrier plate captive ejector screws until the driver clicks or slips (equal to 18.0
in.-lbs or 2.2 Nm). Ensure the two torque drivers are returned to the torque tool
holder brackets after use.
3. Firmly press the carrier plate inward at the center edge with evenly distributed
pressure until the captive ejection screws seat against the card cage and the top
and bottom alignment tabs on the carrier plate are inserted into the top and
bottom alignment slots on the chassis. If you feel resistance, check for proper
alignment of the tabs and the slots (FIGURE 10-1).
Caution – DO NOT use the torque drivers to secure the carrier plate until the hand
insertion process has been completed.
4. Secure the captive ejector screws simultaneously into the threaded inserts of
the top and bottom of the card cage by hand until the back of the captive
ejector screws meet the top and bottom face place of the carrier plate.
5. Firmly press inward at the center edge of the carrier plate to manually seat the
carrier plate again.
6. Manually secure the captive ejector screws simultaneously until the back of the
screws meet the face plate.
7. Repeat this process several times until the carrier plate is fully seated and the
top and bottom carrier plate ejector bracket alignment tabs (not visible from
the front) are evenly set.
8. Use two (2) 0.5 in. hex socket-fixed torque drivers to secure the carrier plate
captive ejector screws. Simultaneously secure the top and bottom captive
ejector screws until the connector is fully seated and the ejector brackets are
flush with the card cage.
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems hold various carrier plate types. The System Control
carrier plate is part number 540-3993. The system board carrier plates are different
depending upon their location within the system, part number 540-4427, 540-4428,
and 540-4085. Review the location placement in FIGURE 10-1. For slots 4, 5, 13, and 14,
there is also a carrier plate with an air dam, part number 540-5736.
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10.2
Carrier Plate Replacement and
Modifications
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems have three varieties of system carrier plate
configurations to accommodate the connector locations on the Sun Fireplane
interconnect. This field-replaceable unit (FRU) contains the reconfigurable parts to
be used with the standard carrier plate for the three types of carrier plate slots
(FIGURE 10-2).
■ Standard configuration for slots 1-3, 6-8, 10-12, and 15-17, part number 540-4085
■
Configuration modification for system slots 0 and 9, part number 540-4427
■
Configuration modification for system slots 4, 5, 13, and 14, part number 540-4428
Review Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate” on page 10-2 prior to
handling the system carrier plates.
Chapter 10
Board Set Carrier Plates
10-5
FIGURE 10-2
Standard Configuration Carrier Plate
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
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10.2.1
Carrier Plate FRU Modification Contents
TABLE 10-1 lists the contents of the FRU package.
TABLE 10-1
10.2.2
Carrier Plate FRU Modification Contents
Part Number
Qty.
Description
816-0768
1
FRU Service Document for Carrier Plate Configurations
540-4085
1
Carrier plate assembly carrier plate at slots 1,2,3,6,7,8, 10,11,12,15,16,17
240-3998
9
M3x8 mm flathead screws
240-4013
2
M3x35 mm flathead screws
250-1620
1
EMI metal gasket
Carrier Plate Replacement for Standard
Configurations of Slots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12,
15, 16, and 17
1. Remove the carrier plate from the system.
Note – Follow the instructions in Section 12.2.3, “Removing an Expander Board” on
page 12-5 and Section 12.2.4, “Installing an Expander Board” on page 12-8.
2. Remove the expander board from the carrier plate, as required, and set aside.
No modifications are required for standard carrier plate configurations.
Note – The Sun Fire 15K system has an expander board installed on each carrier
plate. The Sun Fire 12K system only has an expander installed on the slot 0 through
slot 8 carrier plates. Slots 9 through 17 are filled with filler panels.
3. Re-install the expander board, as required, on the new carrier plate.
4. Install the new carrier plate into the system.
5. Discard any remaining hardware supplied with the FRU package.
Chapter 10
Board Set Carrier Plates
10-7
10.2.3
Carrier Plate Replacement for Configuration of
Slots 0 and 9
This configuration is for the slots on the left sides of the System Controllers.
1. Remove the carrier plate from the system.
Note – Follow the instructions in Section 12.2.3, “Removing an Expander Board” on
page 12-5 and Section 12.2.4, “Installing an Expander Board” on page 12-8.
2. Remove the expander board from the carrier plate, as required, and set aside.
No changes are required for standard carrier plate configurations.
3. Remove the two (2) M3x20 flathead screws securing the T rail guide of the new
carrier plate to the center guide bracket of the new carrier plate and discard
(FIGURE 10-3).
These items are not needed for this configuration.
FIGURE 10-3
Removing the T Rail Guide
T rail guide
M3x20 flathead screws
4. Install one (1) M3x8 flathead screw from the FRU package to secure the center
guide bracket to the new carrier plate (FIGURE 10-4).
Discard the remaining eight screws.
5. Re-install the expander board, as required, on the new carrier plate.
6. Install the carrier plate into the system.
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FIGURE 10-4
Securing the Center Guide Bracket After the T Rail Guide Removal
M3x8 flathead
screw
7. Discard any remaining hardware supplied with the FRU package.
10.2.4
Carrier Plate Replacement for Configuration of
Slots 4, 5, 13, and 14
This configuration is for the slots in the center of the carrier plate card cage.
1. Remove the carrier plate from the system.
Note – Follow the instructions in Section 12.2.3, “Removing an Expander Board” on
page 12-5 and Section 12.2.4, “Installing an Expander Board” on page 12-8.
2. Remove the expander board, as required, from the carrier plate and set aside.
No changes are required for standard carrier plate configurations.
3. Remove the two (2) M3x20 flathead screws securing the T rail guide of the new
carrier plate to the center guide bracket of the new carrier plate and discard.
These items are not needed for this configuration (FIGURE 10-3).
4. Remove the card cage filler panel assembly from the existing carrier plate and
set aside (FIGURE 10-5).
5. Secure the card cage filler panel assembly with the nine (9) M3x8 flathead
screws to the new package carrier plate.
6. Assemble the T rail guide and secure with the two (2) M3x35 flathead screws.
7. Check the EMI metal gasket for any rips, tears, large creases, or any sharp
edges that might cause injury. If no damages are present, go to Step 10.
Chapter 10
Board Set Carrier Plates
10-9
FIGURE 10-5
Removing the Card Cage Filler Panel
M3x8 flathead screws
Card cage
filler panel
assembly
Card cage
filler panel
assembly
T rail guide
M3x35 flathead screws
Caution – The EMI metal gasket has sharp edges. Handle carefully to prevent
bodily injury.
8. If the EMI metal gasket is to be replaced, remove the old gasket by pulling
upward from one end, using pliers to avoid injury, until the plastic snaps are
released.
9. Install the new gasket by aligning the nine (9) plastic snaps with the row of
nine (9) holes at the front edge of the carrier plate (FIGURE 10-6). Using your
thumb and forefinger, apply pressure to the snaps until each snap is fully
seated into the nine (9) holes and no visible bumps or ridges are showing on
the new carrier plate.
10. Install the carrier plate into the system.
11. Discard any remaining hardware supplied with the FRU package.
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FIGURE 10-6
Installing the EMI Metal Gasket
Plastic snaps
EMI metal gasket
10.3
Carrier Plate (With Air Dam)
Replacement
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems also provide a carrier plate configuration that has an
air dam for better thermal control. As with the other carrier plate configurations, this
carrier plate accommodates the connector locations on the Sun Fireplane interconnect for Slots 4 and 5 on the front of the system, and slots 13 and 14 on the rear of
the system (FIGURE 10-7).
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Chapter 10
Board Set Carrier Plates 10-11
FIGURE 10-7
Air-Dam Configuration Carrier Plate
Left side
Right side
Air dam
10.3.1
Carrier Plate (With Air Dam) Replacement for
Standard Configurations of Slots 4, 5, 13, and 14
1. Review Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate” on page 10-2 prior to
handling the system carrier plates.
2. Remove the carrier plate from the system.
Note – Follow the instructions in Section 12.2.3, “Removing an Expander Board” on
page 12-5 and Section 12.2.4, “Installing an Expander Board” on page 12-8.
3. Remove the expander board from the carrier plate, as required, and set aside.
No modifications are required for this standard carrier plate configuration.
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Note – The Sun Fire 15K system has an expander board installed on each carrier
plate (with air dam) at slots 4, 5, 13 and 14. The Sun Fire 12K system only has an
expander installed on the slot 4 through slot 5 carrier plates. Slot 13 and slot 14 are
filled with filler panels.
4. Re-install the expander board, as required, on the new carrier plate.
5. Install the new carrier plate into the system.
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CHAPTER
11
System Control Expander Board Set
The system control expander board set for the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems consists of
a carrier plate that holds the hot-swappable centerplane support board and the
hot-swappable System Control (SC) board at SC0 (front) and SC1 (rear). This chapter
contains the replacement procedures for the centerplane support board. See
Chapter 6 for the SC replacement procedures.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 11.1, “Centerplane Support Board Replacement” on page 11-2
■
■
Section 11.1.1, “Centerplane Support Board LEDs” on page 11-2
Section 11.2, “Centerplane Support Board Replacement Procedures” on page 11-3
■
Section 11.2.1, “Isolating a Failed Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-4
■
Section 11.2.2, “Powering Off a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-4
■
Section 11.2.3, “Removing a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-5
■
Section 11.2.4, “Installing a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-7
■
Section 11.2.5, “Powering On a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-8
■
Section 11.2.6, “Verifying a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-9
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
11-1
11.1
Centerplane Support Board
Replacement
11.1.1
Centerplane Support Board LEDs
Centerplane support board (CSB) components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 11-1 and
TABLE 11-2.
TABLE 11-1
Centerplane Support Board Components
Total Number of Centerplane
Support Boards Per System
Total Number of Centerplane
Support Boards Per Side
Number of LEDs Per
Centerplane Support Board
2
1
3
TABLE 11-2
Centerplane Support Board Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion
or Initial
System Power On
LEDs After PRESENCE
is Detected
Component Powered On
Component Powered Off
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Service
Remov
e
Active
Servic
e
Remove
off
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
off
off
on
Failure of the service LED to transition from ON to OFF within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
FIGURE 11-1 illustrates the centerplane support board and the LED locations.
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FIGURE 11-1
Centerplane Support Board LEDs
Centerplane
support board
Carrier plate
J6 LED
connector
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
11.2
Centerplane
support
board
Centerplane Support Board
Replacement Procedures
Caution – The centerplane support board and mounting system (carrier plate) are
also used as the electrical interface and mounting mechanism for the system
controller. Therefore, prior to removal of the centerplane support board, the System
Control board and System Control peripheral modules must be deconfigured,
powered off, and removed. The references to those procedures are included in the
following steps.
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11.2.1
Isolating a Failed Centerplane Support Board
1. Check for any error messages during POST.
2. On the SC, check for any error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages.
On the SC, if available, examine any DStop dump files or record stop dump files
located in /var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/dump.
where domain_id = domain letter.
3. On the SC, check the environment by using the Sun Management Center or by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 11-3
sc% showenvironment -p temps | grep CP
4. Save this output to a file for later.
11.2.2
Powering Off a Centerplane Support Board
Powering off a centerplane support board also powers off one-half of the Sun
Fireplane interconnect assembly.
1. Use dynamic bus reconfiguration to specify the Sun Fireplane interconnect
assembly half that will remain active. Failure to do so will DStop all running
domains. Type the following command:
TABLE 11-4
sc% setbus -c x
where x is CS0 or CS1. This represents the centerplane support board that will
remain powered on (or the one that will not be powered off).
2. Power off a centerplane support board by using the Sun Management Center or
by typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 11-5
sc% poweroff csx
where x is 0 or 1. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
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11.2.3
Removing a Centerplane Support Board
Remove boards by pulling outward using the front handle with one hand and
placing the other hand underneath the bottom guide rail for additional support.
Carry the board to a work area holding vertically, with the connector downward, by
the front handle. Lift the board and place the other hand under the bottom, or back,
of the board placing the bottom, or back, on an ESD-protected surface.
Note – Never place the weight of a board on its connector as it is easily damaged.
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 11.2.2, “Powering Off
a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-4.
2. Power off and remove the SC.
See Section 6.1.2.2, “Powering Off a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-4.
See Section 6.1.2.3, “Removing a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-6.
3. Remove the SC peripheral board that occupies the same carrier plate as the
centerplane support board being replaced.
See Section 7.2.3, “Removing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on
page 7-6.
Caution – Never remove the carrier plate while it contains slot 0 or slot 1 boards as
this will cause SEVERE DAMAGE TO THE CONNECTOR system. Review
Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate” on page 10-2.
4. Be sure to read the label on the inside corner trims of the chassis and then use
the two (2) 0.5 in. (13 mm) nut drivers to release the carrier plate captive ejector
screws simultaneously until they are fully disengaged.
5. Use the front handle to extract the carrier plate, supporting the bottom with the
other hand, and place it on a flat, sturdy, ESD-protected surface with the
component side up.
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6. Disconnect the LED ribbon cable from the connector (J6) on the centerplane
support board.
7. Using a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver, remove the two (2) M3 cross-slotted
shoulder panhead screws.
8. Remove the eight (8) M3x8 panhead screws.
9. Firmly grasp the centerplane support board lifting upward and pulling out
away from the carrier plate standoffs (FIGURE 11-2).
FIGURE 11-2
Centerplane Support Board and Carrier Plate
M3 cross-slotted shoulder
panhead screw
J6 LED connector
M3x8
panhead
screws
M3 cross-slotted shoulder
panhead screw
Insert-eject
captive screw
Cutout handles
Carrier plate
Insert-eject
captive screw
Carrier plate
standoffs
(10)
Centerplane
support board
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11.2.4
Installing a Centerplane Support Board
1. Holding the centerplane support board close to the carrier plate, connect the
LED cable into the connector (J6) on the centerplane support board.
2. Install the centerplane support board aligning the mounting holes with the
standoffs.
3. Using a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver, loosely secure the centerplane support
board with the two (2) M3 cross-slotted shoulder panhead screws through the
board and into the standoffs on the carrier plate, until the board is evenly
positioned with the screws.
4. Secure the eight (8) M3x8 panhead screws.
5. Firmly secure the centerplane support board to the carrier plate with the two (2)
M3 cross-slotted shoulder panhead screws.
6. Install the carrier plate.
See Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate” on page 10-2.
7. Verify the LED status per TABLE 11-2.
Failure of the service LED to transition from on to off within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
Note – Wait for 15 minutes after inserting CSB, so the new component acclimates to
the temperature of the frame before continuing to Step 8.
8. Install the SC.
See Section 6.1.2.4, “Installing a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-8.
9. Install the SC peripheral.
See Section 7.2.4, “Installing a System Control (SC) Peripheral Board” on page 7-8.
Inserting the SC peripheral board should power on the SC with the CSB still
powered off.
10. Verify that both SCs are running. See Section 6.1.2.5, “Verifying a System
Control (SC) Board” on page 6-10. If inserting the SC peripheral board did not
boot the SC than boot the SC manually.
Note – If the SCs are not running correctly when thermcal is run you will have to
wait an additional 15 minutes before re-runnning thermcal.
11. Close the cabinet door.
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11-7
11.2.5
Powering On a Centerplane Support Board
1. Power on the centerplane support board and calibrate its temperature by typing
the following SMS command from the main SC:
TABLE 11-6
sc% thermcal -w scx
Wait for SCx to boot up completely before proceding to the next step.
2. Update the system SEEPROMs by typing the following service command from
the main SC:
TABLE 11-7
sc% updateseeprom platformtype value
The value for platform type are not case sensitive. The values are: 15k, 12k,
sunfire15k, sunfire12k.
3. Stop SMS from the main SC by typing:
TABLE 11-8
sc% /etc/init.d/sms stop
4. Restart SMS from the main SC by typing:
TABLE 11-9
sc% /etc/init.d/sms start
5. Type the following command from the main SC to get temperature information:
TABLE 11-10
sc% showenvironment -p temps | grep CP
6. Compare temperature output from Step 5 above to the file created in Step 4 of
Section 11.2.1, “Isolating a Failed Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-4 and
verify that the newly calibrated information is being reflected.
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7. If previously deconfigured, use the dynamic bus reconfiguration to enable both
halves of the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly.
TABLE 11-11
sc% setbus -c cs0,cs1
11.2.6
Verifying a Centerplane Support Board
●
Address any errors reported by setbus and confirm the centerplane support
board is powered on by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the
following SMS command:
TABLE 11-12
sc% showboards -v |grep CS
CS0
On
CSB
CS1
On
CSB
-
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CHAPTER
12
System Expander Board Set
The system expander board set for the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems consists of a
carrier plate that holds the hot-swappable system expander board and optional
system boards or I/O filler panels. This board set is inserted at I/O expander 0
through 8 (front) and I/O expander 9 through 17 (rear). This chapter contains the
replacement procedures for the expander board.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 12.1, “System Expander Board LEDs” on page 12-2
■
Section 12.2, “Expander Board Replacement Procedures” on page 12-3
■
Section 12.2.1, “Isolating a Failed Expander Board” on page 12-3
■
Section 12.2.2, “Powering Off an Expander Board” on page 12-4
■
Section 12.2.3, “Removing an Expander Board” on page 12-5
■
Section 12.2.4, “Installing an Expander Board” on page 12-8
■
Section 12.2.5, “Powering On an Expander Board” on page 12-9
■
Section 12.2.6, “Verifying an Expander Board” on page 12-10
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
12-1
12.1
System Expander Board LEDs
System expander board components and LEDs are listed in TABLE 12-1 and
TABLE 12-2.
TABLE 12-1
Expander Board Components
Total Number of System Expander
Boards Per System
(front-rear)
Total Number of System
Expander Boards Per Side
Number of LEDs Per System
Expander Board
1-18
0-9
3
TABLE 12-2
Expander Board Valid LED Status
LEDs after Insertion
or Initial
System Power On
LEDs After PRESENCE
is Detected
Component Powered On
Component Powered Off
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Servic
e
Remove
Activ
e
Service
Remov
e
Active
Servic
e
Remove
off
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
off
off
on
Failure of the service LED to transition from ON to OFF within 60 seconds after
insertion indicates a power-status control fault.
FIGURE 12-1 illustrates the expander board and the LED locations.
Any slot 0 or slot 1 board present in the expander being replaced must be
deconfigured, powered off, and removed prior to removing or replacing the
expander. If the expander is configured as a split slot, up to two domains can be
affected.
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FIGURE 12-1
System
expander
board
System Expander Board LEDs
System
expander
board
Carrier plate
CDC
SRAM
DIMM
J2 LED
connector
Activation indicator (green)
Service indicator (amber)
Removal indicator (amber)
12.2
Expander Board Replacement
Procedures
12.2.1
Isolating a Failed Expander Board
1. Check for any error messages during POST.
2. On the SC, check for any error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/platform/adm/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/messages.
where domain_id = domain letter.
3. If available, examine any DStop or RStop files located in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/dump.
where domain_id = domain letter.
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12-3
4. On the specific domain(s), use adb to examine any core files in
/var/crash/hostname.
12.2.2
Powering Off an Expander Board
1. Check the power state of the expander to be removed by typing:
TABLE 12-3
sc% showboards -v | grep EXx
where x is the expander number 0-17.
If the expander is powered off, go to Section 12.2.3, “Removing an Expander Board”
on page 12-5.
2. If the expander board is part of a multi-board domain(s), use dynamic
reconfiguration to deconfigure the slot 0 and slot 1 boards by using the Sun
Management Center or by typing the following SMS commands:
TABLE 12-4
sc% deleteboard SBx
sc% deleteboard IOx
sc% poweroff EXx
where x is the expander number 0-17 and go to Section 12.2.3, “Removing an
Expander Board” on page 12-5.
3. If the expander board is part of a single-board domain(s), as a superuser on
the domain, shut down the operating system by typing:
TABLE 12-5
domain_name# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
Note – You might need to shut down more than one domain if the expander is part
of a split-slot domain.
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4. Power off the hardware associated with the domain(s) by typing:
TABLE 12-6
SC% setkeyswitch -d domain_id off
Note – You might need to power off more than one domain if the expander is part
of a split-slot domain.
12.2.3
Removing an Expander Board
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Caution – The expander board and mounting system (carrier plate) are used as the
electrical interface and mounting mechanism for the slot 0 and slot 1 modules or
filler panels. Therefore, prior to removal of the expander board, the slot 0 and slot 1
modules MUST BE deconfigured, powered off, and REMOVED. The references to
those procedures are included in the following steps:
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Caution – Before removing a board from the system, the green activation LED must
be off and the amber removal OK LED must be on. See Section 12.2.2, “Powering Off
an Expander Board” on page 12-4.
2. Remove any slot 0 boards, slot 1 boards, or filler panels. Follow the appropriate
directions for each board type as outlined in later sections of this document.
Caution – Never remove the carrier plate while it contains slot 0 or slot 1 boards as
this will cause SEVERE DAMAGE TO THE CONNECTOR system.
3. Using two (2) 0.5 in. (13 mm) nut drivers, simultaneously release the carrier
plate captive ejector screws until they are fully disengaged.
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12-5
4. Using a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver, loosen the two (2) M3x8 panhead screws on
the access cover of the coherence directory cache (CDC) DIMM and remove the
cover and set aside.
5. Using a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver, loosen the remaining eight (8) M3x8 screws
and remove the expander cover plate and set aside.
6. Disconnect the LED ribbon cable from the connector on the expander board.
7. Use a 0.25 in. (6mm) nut driver to remove the three (3) threaded hex standoffs.
8. Remove the two (2) M3 cross-slotted shoulder screws from the expander.
9. Remove the six (6) M3x8 panhead screws from the expander.
10. Firmly grasp the expander board lifting upward and pulling out away from the
carrier plate standoffs (FIGURE 12-2).
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FIGURE 12-2
Expander Board and Carrier Plate—Exploded
Expander cover plate
CDC DIMM access plate
M3x8
panhead
screw (6)
M3 cross-slotted
shoulder panhead
screw
Hex
standoffs (3)
and M3x8
panhead
screws (3)
M3 cross-slotted
shoulder panhead screw
CDC SRAM DIMM
Insert-eject
captive screw (2)
J2 LED Connector
Expander
DIMMs
Expander
board
Carrier plate
M3x8
panhead
screws (7)
11. Place the expander board on an ESD-protected surface, component side up.
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System Expander Board Set
12-7
12. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been removed, by typing:
TABLE 12-7
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board removal message. You will see a message similar to the one as
follows.
TABLE 12-8
Jun 16 14:28:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] EXB at EXxx removed
where xx is the expander assembly 0-17.
12.2.4
Installing an Expander Board
1. Firmly grasp the expander board with the components upward and the LED
connector toward the LED board of the carrier plate. Position the expander
board onto the carrier plate aligning the eleven (11) mounting holes with the
eleven (11) mounting standoffs on the carrier plate.
2. Review FIGURE 12-2 for the threaded hex standoff mounting locations and install
the three (3) threaded hex standoffs onto the board.
3. Connect the LED ribbon cable (P2) into the connector (J2) on the expander
board.
4. Use a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver to secure the expander board to the carrier
plate with the two (2) M3 cross-slotted shoulder screws.
5. Use a Phillips No. 2 screwdriver to secure the expander board to the carrier
plate with the remaining eight (8) M3 cross-slotted shoulder screws.
6. Install the expander cover plate aligning the vertical stiffener of the cover plate
and the threaded hex standoffs.
7. Secure the expander cover plate to the expander board with the eight (8) M3
captive screws. See FIGURE 12-2.
8. Install the CDC DIMM access plate onto the expander cover plate aligning the
three tabs into the insertion slots on the expander cover plate and secure with
the two (2) M3 captive screws. See FIGURE 12-2.
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9. Install the carrier plate.
See Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate” on page 10-2.
10. Verify the LED status per TABLE 12-2.
11. Install any slot 0 boards, slot 1 boards, or filler panels previously removed.
Follow the appropriate directions for each board type as outlined in later
sections of this document.
12. Review the platform message log to verify SMS has received the message that
the component has been inserted, by typing:
TABLE 12-9
sc% showlogs -F
Review the board insertion message. You will see a message similar to the one as
follows.
TABLE 12-10
Jun 16 14:30:05 2003 sun15-sc0: esmd[7167]: [0 4824421445907014
NOTICE Boards.cc 1646] EXB at EXxx inserted
where xx is the expander assembly 0-17.
13. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
12.2.5
Powering On an Expander Board
●
Power on the expander by using the Sun Management Center or by typing the
following SMS command:
TABLE 12-11
sc% poweron EXx
where x is the expander number 0-17.
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12-9
12.2.6
Verifying an Expander Board
1. Using dynamic reconfiguration, configure the slot 0 and slot 1 boards occupying
the expander into the domain(s) by using the Sun Management Center or by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 12-12
sc% addboard -d domain_id SBx
sc% addboard -d domain_id IOx
where SB is for slot 0 boards.
IO is for slot 1 boards.
x is the expander number 0-17.
domain_id is the letter A-R of the target domain(s) for the component.
OR
If the domain(s) were shut down prior to the expander replacement, start the
domain(s) with:
TABLE 12-13
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id
on
Note – You might need to use setkeyswitch for more than one domain if the
expander is part of a split-slot domain.
2. Examine the POST messages reported by the addboard/setkeyswitch for any
errors. Also monitor the message logs on the SC, specifically
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages and
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/messages.
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CHAPTER
13
Sun Fireplane Interconnect
Replacement Procedure
The Sun Fireplane interconnect is designed with a coherent shared-memory protocol
and resides in the center of the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. This chapter contains the
replacement procedures for the Sun Fireplane interconnect.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 13.1, “Determining a Capacity on Demand (COD) System” on page 13-2
■
Section 13.2, “Isolating a Failed Sun Fireplane Interconnect” on page 13-3
■
Section 13.3, “Setting Up the System Prior to Replacing the Sun Fireplane
Interconnect” on page 13-4
■
Section 13.4, “Powering Off the System for Sun Fireplane Interconnect
Replacement” on page 13-6
■
Section 13.5, “Removing the Sun Fireplane Interconnect From the Chassis” on
page 13-7
■
Section 13.6, “Installing the Sun Fireplane Interconnect into the Chassis” on
page 13-11
■
Section 13.7, “Powering On the System After the Sun Fireplane Interconnect
Installation” on page 13-13
■
Section 13.8, “Restarting Capacity on Demand (COD) After Sun Fireplane
Interconnect Installation” on page 13-15
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
13-1
■
13.1
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
Determining a Capacity on Demand
(COD) System
A COD system is one that runs SMS software, minimum version 1.3, and has the
COD option. Before you install a Sun Fireplane interconnect, you need to determine
whether your system is running the Capacity on Demand (COD) system option.
To ensure you have the latest COD licensing information, refer to the System
Management Services (SMS) Administrator Guide at http://docs.sun.com.
You must have platform administration privileges to run the SMS commands in this
procedure. When you replace a COD Sun Fireplane interconnect board, all existing
COD licenses must be replaced.
1. Start SMS.
2. Display all currently installed COD right-to-use (RTU) licenses:
TABLE 13-1
sc0:sms-user:> showcodlicense -v
If COD licenses are listed, the system is running COD.
3. Save the command output to use in Step 3 in section Section 13.8, “Restarting
Capacity on Demand (COD) After Sun Fireplane Interconnect Installation” on
page 13-15.
4. Determine if any COD CPU/Memory boards are installed:
TABLE 13-2
sc0:sms-user:> showboards -v
If the message COD appears in the Type of Board column, the system is running
COD.
5. Do one of the following:
■
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If the system is not a COD system, skip to “Isolating a Failed Sun Fireplane
Interconnect” on page 3.
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If the system is running COD, obtain the current Chassis hostID of the system by
typing:
TABLE 13-3
sc0:sms-user:> showplatform -p cod
You will need the Chassis hostID information later.
6. Contact the Sun License Center using email, fax, or the telephone to request
new COD licenses.
a. Go to http//www.sun.com/licensing.
b. Explain that you are replacing the Sun Fireplane interconnect and request a
transfer of the existing licenses to the new Chassis hostID
7. Provide the following information to the Sun License Center:
■
The current Chassis hostID, which you can obtain by typing:
TABLE 13-4
sc0:sms-user:> showplatform -p cod
■
The new Chassis hostID which is the serial number of the new Sun Fireplane
interconnect.
8. Ask the License Center to email the COD licenses to you and your customer.
Continue with the subsequent steps while waiting for the licenses.
13.2
Isolating a Failed Sun Fireplane
Interconnect
Caution – The Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly is NOT a hot-swappable
component. This procedure requires powering off the AC power to the system.
1. Check for any error messages during POST.
2. On the SC, check for any error messages in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages.
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3. If available, examine any DStop or RStop files located in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/domain_id/dump.
where domain_id = domain letter.
4. On the SC, check the environment by using the Sun Management Center or by
typing the following SMS command:
TABLE 13-5
sc% showenvironment -p temps | grep CP
5. Save this output to a file for later.
13.3
Setting Up the System Prior to Replacing
the Sun Fireplane Interconnect
1. Locate all required tools; two Phillips screwdrivers (No. 1 and No. 2), one small
flat-bladed screwdriver, and one small flashlight.
2. Secure or remove all loose clothing, jewelry, and watches that might get caught
on internal mechanical components.
3. Verify that all I/O cables are properly labeled.
4. Set up an ESD-protected surface for all control expander board sets and system
expander board sets.
5. Attach a wrist strap.
Note – System Control boards, System Control peripheral boards, system expander
boards, I/O boards, CPU boards, centerplane support boards, and the Sun Fireplane
interconnect assembly are all very susceptible to static. Therefore, all possible
precautions should be taken to protect these boards against static damage. Transport
board assemblies on an ESD static-protected cart whenever possible. Use a static
wrist strap when handling.
6. Open and remove all Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
7. Use the following Component Serial Numbers Worksheet to note the serial
numbers and locations of the existing boards as well as the serial number and
revision of the new Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly (TABLE 13-6). A larger
version of this table is located in Appendix A for use during component
replacement.
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TABLE 13-6
Expander
Component Serial Numbers Worksheet
S/N
Slot 0
Board
Type
S/N
Slot 1
Board
Type
S/N
CSB0
EXB0
EXB1
EXB2
EXB3
EXB4
EXB5
EXB6
EXB7
EXB8
CSB1
EXB9
EXB10
EXB11
EXB12
EXB13
EXB14
EXB15
EXB16
EXB17
New Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly S/N:
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13.4
Powering Off the System for Sun
Fireplane Interconnect Replacement
The Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly can only be installed into the front of the
system. Follow the front and rear notations in this procedure carefully.
Caution – The Sun Fireplane interconnect is NOT a hot-swappable component. This
procedure requires a complete shutdown of the domains and SCs, and disconnection
of all AC power to the system.
1. As a superuser on the domains, systematically shut down all running
domains by typing:
TABLE 13-7
domain_name# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
2. On the main SC, power off the domain hardware by typing:
TABLE 13-8
sc% poweroff
This command powers off the entire system with the exception of the power
supplies, fans, and the SCs. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
3. Shut down the System Control boards by doing the following:
■
As a superuser on the spare SC, shut down the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 13-9
sc_spare# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
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On the main SC, power off the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 13-10
sc% poweroff SCx
where x = 0-1, dependent upon which SC is the spare.
■
As a superuser on the main SC, shutdown the main SC by typing:
TABLE 13-11
sc# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
Note – All DC circuit breakers are to remain in the on position at all times.
4. Power off the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
5. Label and disconnect the twelve (12, six per side) AC power cords with the
labels provided in the ship kit.
6. Label and disconnect all I/O cables from the front and rear of the system and
set aside.
13.5
Removing the Sun Fireplane
Interconnect From the Chassis
The Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly can only be removed from the front of the
Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. Follow the front and rear notations in this procedure
carefully.
Caution – The Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly weighs 30.0 lb (13.6 kg). Use
proper heavy-lifting procedures when removing this unit.
■
From the rear of the system:
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13-7
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Remove all slot 0 and slot 1 boards and place each on an ESD-protected surface.
Caution – Never remove the carrier plate while it contains slot 0 or slot 1 boards as
this will cause SEVERE DAMAGE TO THE CONNECTOR system.
2. Remove all system expander boards and the centerplane support board carrier
assemblies from the connectors by pulling each carrier plate forward
approximately six inches.
■
From the front of the system:
1. Remove all slot 0 and slot 1 boards and place on an ESD-protected surface.
2. Remove all centerplane support boards carrier assemblies and the system
expander boards from the connectors by pulling each carrier plate forward and
place each on an ESD-protected surface following the procedures in:
■
Section 11.1, “Centerplane Support Board Replacement” on page 11-2
■
Section 12.2, “Expander Board Replacement Procedures” on page 12-3
Caution – The Sun Fireplane interconnect has sharp edges at the top guide rails.
When the board is fully installed, the top guide rails are at head-level for the average
person. Use care when working inside the cabinet chassis to avoid hitting the rails
and causing bodily injury.
3. Fully release the twenty-two (22) Phillips captive screws from the perimeter of
the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly stiffener (FIGURE 13-1).
After the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly is moved away from the chassis guide
pins, the assembly will slightly drop and hang by the Sun Fireplane interconnect
assembly sheet metal guide brackets to ride along the sheet metal guide rails in the
system chassis.
Caution – The Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly weighs 30.0 lb (13.6 kg). Use
proper heavy-lifting procedures when removing this unit.
4. Grasp the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly by pulling the sheet metal
insertion guide handles (located in the center of the Sun Fireplane interconnect
assembly) and gently slide the assembly forward along the top sheet metal
guide rails of the card cage.
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5. After the assembly drops onto the sheet metal guide rails, continue to slide the
Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly forward.
6. To remove the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly from the system card cage,
lift and tilt the assembly to the bottom left to release the top guide bracket
from the guide rail at the top of the card cage. Continue to pull the assembly
forward to clear the system chassis.
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FIGURE 13-1
Sun Fireplane Interconnect—Front and Rear View
Front View
Insertion guide rails
Stiffener
Phillips
captive screws (22)
Insertion guide handles
Rear View
Insertion guide rails
Stiffener
Chassis guide pins
Power centerplane
alignment pins
Caution – The ASICs on the Sun Fireplace interconnect assembly are easily
damaged. Be careful when placing the assembly on an ESD-protected surface.
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13.6
Installing the Sun Fireplane Interconnect
into the Chassis
The Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly can only be installed into the front of the
system. Follow the front and rear notations in this procedure carefully.
Caution – The Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly weighs 30.0 lb (13.6 kg). Use
proper heavy-lifting procedures when removing this unit.
■
From the front of the system:
1. Place the top of the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly sheet metal guide
brackets onto the sheet metal guide rail at the top center of the card cage.
2. Use the sheet metal insertion guide handles to slide the Sun Fireplane
interconnect assembly into the card cage aligning the two (2) chassis guide pins
and two (2) power centerplane alignment pins (TABLE 13-6) through the center
mid-plane panel of the system chassis.
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3. Ensure the edges are flush against the chassis and secure the Sun Fireplane
interconnect assembly with the twenty-two (22) Phillips captive screws around
the perimeter of the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly stiffener. Follow the
tightening pattern shown in FIGURE 13-2.
FIGURE 13-2
Sun Fireplane Interconnect Tightening Pattern
c.
e.
d.
b. (left)
a.
b. (right)
a. Secure the bottom center captive screw.
b. Secure the immediate right and left of bottom center captive screw.
c. Secure the upper top left corner captive screw.
d. Secure the upper top right corner captive screw.
e. Secure the remaining screws going around the perimeter in a
counterclockwise direction.
4. Install all centerplane support boards and system expander boards by
following the procedures in:
■
Section 11.2, “Centerplane Support Board Replacement Procedures” on page 11-3
■
Section 12.2, “Expander Board Replacement Procedures” on page 12-3
5. Install all slot 0 and slot 1 boards. See the Component Serial Number Worksheet,
TABLE 13-6, used to verify board position.
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From the rear of the system:
1. Seat the system expander boards and the centerplane support board into the
Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly.
2. Install all slot 0 and slot 1 boards.
See the Component Serial Number Worksheet, TABLE 13-6, used to verify board
position.
13.7
Powering On the System After the Sun
Fireplane Interconnect Installation
13.7.1
Powering on the System Controllers
Note – Wait for 15 minutes so the new component acclimates to the temperature of
the frame before powering on the system.
1. Connect the AC power cords to the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supplies.
2. Connect all I/O cables referencing the cable label for proper identification.
3. Power on the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
This should boot the System Controllers.
4. Verify that both SCs are running.
See Section 6.1.2.5, “Verifying a System Control (SC) Board” on page 6-10. If one
of the SCs is not running try removing and reseating the SC.
Note – If the SCs are not running correctly when thermcal is run to poweron the
centerplane you will have to wait an additional 15 minutes before re-runnning
thermcal.
5. Close the cabinet door.
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Sun Fireplane Interconnect Replacement Procedure 13-13
13.7.2
Powering on the Centerplane Support Board
1. Power on the centerplane support board and calibrate its temperature by typing
the following SMS command from the main SC:
TABLE 13-12
sc% thermcal -w scx
Wait for SCx to boot up completely before proceding to the next step.
2. Update the system SEEPROMs by typing the following service command from
the main SC:
TABLE 13-13
sc% updateseeprom platformtype value
The value for platform type are not case sensitive. The values are: 15k, 12k,
sunfire15k, sunfire12k.
3. Stop SMS from the main SC by typing:
TABLE 13-14
sc% /etc/init.d/sms stop
4. Restart SMS from the main SC by typing:
TABLE 13-15
sc% /etc/init.d/sms start
5. Typing the following command from the main SC to get temperature
information:
TABLE 13-16
sc% showenvironment -p temps | grep CP
6. Compare temperature output from Step 5 above to the file created in Step 4 of
Section 13.2, “Isolating a Failed Sun Fireplane Interconnect” on page 13-3 and
verify that the newly calibrated information is being reflected. A hardware
issue should show up in the platform logs as a I2C error. If the termperature
outpute does not match and there are no errores in the platform logs wait 15
minutes and retry Step 1.
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7. If previously deconfigured, use the dynamic bus reconfiguration to enable both
halves of the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly.
TABLE 13-17
sc% setbus -c cs0,cs1
13.7.3
Starting the Domains
1. Start the domain(s) by typing:
TABLE 13-18
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id
on
where domain_id is the domain letter A-R.
2. Verify all required components are on by typing:
TABLE 13-19
sc% showboards -v
3. Execute one setkeyswitch command for each domain to be started.
13.8
Restarting Capacity on Demand (COD)
After Sun Fireplane Interconnect
Installation
Any current COD licenses are no longer valid because they were tied to the
original Chassis hostID of the system.
1. Check your email for messages from the Sun License Center.
Each message should contain a new COD license key and password to replace the
previous COD licenses.
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2. Wait at least one minute and verify that the new Chassis hostID of the system
is the same as the serial number of the Sun Fireplane interconnect:
TABLE 13-20
sc0:sms-user:> showplatform -p cod
3. Run the deletecodlicense command to delete each COD license you saved
in Step 3 in the section, Section 13.1, “Determining a Capacity on Demand (COD)
System” on page 13-2.
For details on deleting COD licenses, refer to the "Capacity on Demand" chapter
of the System Management Services (SMS) Administration Guide.
4. Run the addcodlicense command to add the new COD license keys provided
in the email from the Sun License Center.
For details on adding COD licenses, refer to the "Capacity on Demand” chapter of
the System Management Services (SMS) Administration Guide.
5. Verify the new COD licenses have been recorded:
TABLE 13-21
sc0:sms-user:> showcodlicense -v
The new COD licenses should be listed. You can now use the COD CPU/Memory
boards. If the new COD licenses are not listed try again to be certain a typo did
not occur. If the problem is a typo at the license center than a new license will be
needed.
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CHAPTER
14
Fan Backplane Replacement
Procedure
There are four fan backplanes mounted above the Sun Fireplane interconnect and
four below the power centerplane. The fan backplane provides the power
distribution to the eight fan trays in the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. This chapter
contains the replacement procedures for the fan backplanes.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 14.1, “Powering Off for Fan Backplane Removal” on page 14-2
■
Section 14.2, “Removing a Fan Backplane” on page 14-3
■
Section 14.3, “Installing a Fan Backplane” on page 14-5
■
Section 14.4, “Powering On After Fan Backplane Installation” on page 14-6
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
14-1
14.1
Powering Off for Fan Backplane
Removal
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
Caution – The fan backplane is NOT a hot-swappable component. This procedure
requires a complete shutdown of the domains and SCs, and disconnection of all AC
power to the system.
Since the system must be powered off, the operating system and all of the domains
must be systematically brought down and then halted.
1. As a superuser on the domains, systematically shut down all running
domains by typing:
TABLE 14-1
domain_name# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
2. On the main SC, power off the domain hardware by typing:
TABLE 14-2
sc% poweroff
This command powers off the entire system with the exception of the power
supplies, fans, and the SCs. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
3. Shut down the System Control boards by doing the following:
■
As a superuser on the spare SC, shut down the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 14-3
sc_spare# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
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On the main SC, power off the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 14-4
sc% poweroff SCx
where x = 0-1, dependent upon which SC is the spare.
■
As a superuser on the main SC, shutdown the main SC by typing:
TABLE 14-5
sc# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
4. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Note – All DC circuit breakers are to remain in the on position at all times.
5. Power off the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
6. Label and disconnect the twelve (12, six per side) AC power cords with the
labels provided in the ship kit.
14.2
Removing a Fan Backplane
There are two fan backplanes on the front of the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems and two
on the rear. The front fan backplane locations are shown in FIGURE 14-1.
Note – All DC circuit breakers are to remain in the on position at all times.
Take care when removing the carrier plates. Ensure proper temporary storage for
the carrier plates.
1. Power off the AC circuit breakers on the power supply front panel.
2. Disconnect the AC power cords.
3. Remove the two fan trays connected to the fan backplane being removed.
See Section 4.2.3, “Removing a Fan Tray” on page 4-4.
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14-3
FIGURE 14-1
Fan Backplane Locations—Front
Top fan tray backplane
Bottom fan tray backplane
Note – Boards should be removed by pulling outward using the front handle with
one hand and placing the other hand underneath the bottom guide rail for
additional support. Carry the board by the front handle to a work area holding it
vertically, with the connector downward. Lift the board and place the other hand
under the bottom, or back, of the board placing the bottom, or back, on an
ESD-protected surface. Never place the weight of a board on its connector as it is
easily damaged.
4. To gain additional access to the power cable, remove board sets and carrier
plates from slots 5, 6, 7, and 8 front (side 0) or slots 14, 15, 16, and 17 rear (side
1). Remove additional carrier plates, as needed.
5. Disconnect the power cable connector and the control ribbon cable connector
from the fan backplane. See FIGURE 14-2.
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FIGURE 14-2
Fan Backplane Connections
Control ribbon cable connector
Power cable connector
Left fan tray connection
Right fan tray connection
Note – Avoid dropping screws into system cabinet during removal.
6. Remove the ten (10) M4x6 panhead screws by using a Phillips No. 2 extra long
(11 in. (27.9 cm) minimum) magnetic tip screwdriver, provided in the shipping
kit.
7. From the left side of the card cage, grasp the left fan tray connector and pull
forward and angle the backplane around the fan tray slots.
8. Remove the fan backplane from the cabinet.
14.3
Installing a Fan Backplane
Note – When removing the upper fan trays, remember the bottom system kick plate
is NOT A STEP. DO NOT use the kick plate to gain access to the top fan trays.
Obtain a proper stool if required. Excessive weight on the kick plate will bend the
door support brackets.
1. Orienting the fan backplane with the power connector and the control
connector on the left (FIGURE 14-2), insert the board at an angle into the cabinet
around the fan tray slot separator (center of the double fan tray location) and
set into position over the mounting holes.
Note – Avoid dropping screws into system cabinet during installation.
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14-5
2. Secure the fan backplane with the ten (10) M4x6 panhead screws by using a
Phillips No. 2 extra long (11 in. (27.9 cm) minimum) magnetic-tip screwdriver,
provided in the shipping kit.
3. Connect the power cable connector and the control ribbon cable connector to
the fan backplane. See FIGURE 14-2.
4. Install the boards and carrier plates in slots 5, 6, 7, and 8 front (side 0) or 14, 15,
16, and 17 rear (side 1), and any additional boards removed for access.
5. Install the two fan trays.
See Section 4.2.4, “Installing a Fan Tray” on page 4-5.
6. Connect the AC power cables.
7. Power on the AC circuit breakers at the power supply front panel.
14.4
Powering On After Fan Backplane
Installation
1. Ensure all DC circuit breakers are in the on position.
2. Connect the AC power cords to the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supplies.
3. Power on the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
4. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
5. Once the main SC is booted, start the domain(s) by typing:
TABLE 14-6
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id on
where domain_id is the domain letter A-R. Execute one setkeyswitch command
for each domain to be started.
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CHAPTER
15
Power Centerplane Replacement
Procedure
Power is distributed to all board sets through the power centerplane which is
located beneath the Sun Fireplane interconnect. The power centerplane can be
removed only from the front of the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. Access must be
obtained by also removing all boards from the rear. Follow the front and rear
notations in this procedure carefully. This chapter contains the replacement
procedures for the power centerplane.
Note – The Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly overlaps the top of the power
centerplane; therefore, the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly must be removed
first.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 15.1, “Powering Off the System for Power Centerplane Replacement” on
page 15-2
■
Section 15.2, “Removing the Power Centerplane” on page 15-3
■
Section 15.3, “Installing the Power Centerplane Assembly into the Chassis” on
page 15-6
■
Section 15.4, “Powering On the System After Power Centerplane Installation” on
page 15-10
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
15-1
■
15.1
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
Powering Off the System for Power
Centerplane Replacement
Caution – The power centerplane is NOT a hot-swappable component. This
procedure requires a complete shutdown of the domains and SCs, and disconnection
of all AC power to the system.
Since the system must be powered off, the operating system and all of the domains
must be systematically brought down and then halted.
1. As a superuser on the domains, systematically shut down all running
domains by typing:
TABLE 15-1
domain_name# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
2. On the main SC, power off the domain hardware by typing:
TABLE 15-2
sc% poweroff
This command powers off the entire system with the exception of the power
supplies, fans, and the SCs. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
3. Shut down the System Control boards by doing the following:
■
As a superuser on the spare SC, shut down the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 15-3
sc_spare# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
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■
On the main SC, power off the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 15-4
sc% poweroff SCx
where x = 0-1, dependent upon which SC is the spare.
■
As a superuser on the main SC, shutdown the main SC by typing:
TABLE 15-5
sc# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
4. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
Note – All DC circuit breakers are to remain in the on position at all times.
5. Power off the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
6. Label and disconnect the twelve (12, six per side) AC power cords with the
labels provided in the ship kit.
7. Label and disconnect all I/O cables from the front and rear of the system and
set aside.
15.2
Removing the Power Centerplane
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
The actual removal of the power centerplane is from the front of the system but the
initial removal procedures starts at the rear of the system.
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Power Centerplane Replacement Procedure
15-3
■
From the rear of the system:
Note – Boards should be removed by pulling outward using the front handle with
one hand and placing the other hand underneath the bottom guide rail for
additional support. Carry the board to a work area holding vertically, with the
connector downward, by the front handle. Lift the board and place the other hand
under the bottom, or back, of the board placing the bottom, or back, on an
ESD-protected surface. Never place the weight of a board on its connector as it is
easily damaged.
1. Remove all system expander and the centerplane support board sets by
following the procedures in:
■
Section 12.2.3, “Removing an Expander Board” on page 12-5
■
Section 11.2.3, “Removing a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-5
2. Remove the Sun Fireplane interconnect prior to removing the power
centerplane.
See Section 13.5, “Removing the Sun Fireplane Interconnect From the Chassis” on
page 13-7.
3. Remove fan tray F7, to access the two (2) lower M4x8 Phillips screws of the DC
cable cover, and place on a flat sturdy surface.
See Section 4.2.3, “Removing a Fan Tray” on page 4-4.
4. Remove the DC cable cover by removing the nine (9) M4x8 Phillips screws
from the DC cable cover.
5. Remove the five (5) ribbon cable power control connectors from the power
centerplane (FIGURE 15-1).
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FIGURE 15-1
Power Centerplane Power Control Connections
Backplane power module
connectors to expander
EX0-EX8 (front)
EX9-EX17 (rear)
Alignment hold
Ribbon cable power control connectors
(JX.FB, JX1.PS, JX0.PS, JX.FT, J0.FM)
Holes for cross-slotted
shoulder standoffs and
nuts (7)
Alignment hold
Very high density
metric (VHDM)
connector (to the
centerplane support
board, CS0 and CS1)
Voltage-and-return
DC power connectors
(18)
Holes for grounding
screws (4)
J0.9 front male connector (J1.9 rear)
on cable tie-down panel
Voltage-and-return DC power 6-pin connector
P0.9 front female connector (P1.9 rear)
6. From the cable tie-down panel beneath the power centerplane, disconnect the
P1.9 six-wire friction-fit 48V power connector from J1.9 by depressing the end
clips.
7. Remove the eighteen (18) voltage-and-return DC power cables from the power
centerplane by releasing the captive screw of each cable while pulling back on
the lug.
8. Remove the seven (7) cross-slotted shoulder standoff nuts from the power
centerplane.
■
From the front of the system:
1. Remove all system expander boards and the centerplane support board by
following the procedures in:
■
Section 12.2.3, “Removing an Expander Board” on page 12-5
■
Section 11.2.3, “Removing a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-5
2. Remove fan tray F3, to access the lower two (2) remaining M4x8 Phillips screws
of the DC cable cover, and place on a flat sturdy surface.
See Section 4.2.3, “Removing a Fan Tray” on page 4-4.
3. Remove the DC cable cover by removing the nine (9) M4x8 Phillips screws.
Chapter 15
Power Centerplane Replacement Procedure
15-5
4. Remove the five (5) ribbon cable power control connections from the power
centerplane. See FIGURE 15-1.
5. From the cable tie-down panel beneath the power centerplane, disconnect the
P0.9 six-wire friction-fit 48V power connector from J0.9 by depressing the end
clips.
6. Remove the eighteen (18) voltage-and-return DC power cables from the power
centerplane by releasing the captive screw of each cable while pulling back on
the lug.
7. Remove the four (4) M4x10 panhead grounding screws from the power
centerplane.
The four grounding screws are only on the front side of the power centerplane.
8. Remove the seven (7) cross-slotted shoulder standoff screws from the front of
the power centerplane.
9. Remove the power centerplane and place on an ESD-protective surface.
15.3
Installing the Power Centerplane
Assembly into the Chassis
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
■
From the front of the system:
1. Install the power centerplane and attach it with the seven (7) cross-slotted
shoulder standoff screws.
The power centerplane will float on the shoulder standoff until the four
remaining screws secure it into position after the installation of the Sun Fireplane
interconnect in Step 8 as follows.
Note – Securing of the ground screws at this time (after installation of the power
centerplane and the cross-slotted shoulder screws) is not advised until after the
installation of the Sun Fireplane interconnect, in Step 7 as follows. Do not secure the
ground screws at this time.
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Note – Verify the red wires are installed in the top row and the black wires are
installed in the bottom row.
2. Install the eighteen (18) voltage-and-return DC power cables to the power
centerplane.
See Section 16.2.2, “48 VDC Power Cable Replacement” on page 16-11.
FIGURE 15-2 shows the voltage-and-return reference designations on the internal
cabinet label. These labels are located inside the chassis above the lower fan trays on
the left side, respectively.
3. Connect the P0.9 six-wire friction-fit 48V power connector of the power
centerplane to J0.9 on the cable tie-down panel.
4. Connect the five (5) ribbon cable connectors to the power centerplane.
5. Install the DC cable cover and secure with nine (9) M4x8 Phillips screws.
Chapter 15
Power Centerplane Replacement Procedure
15-7
FIGURE 15-2
Voltage-and-Return Reference Designation Labels—Front and Rear
Internal label of power centerplane voltage-and-return connection—front
W2-V
W2-R
W3-V
W1-V
W3-R
W4-V
W0.SC-R
W4-R
W1-R
W5-V
W0.PH-R
W5-R
W0.CSB-R
W6-V
W0.CSB-V
W6-R
W0-V
W7-V
W0.SC-V
W7-R
W0-R
W8-V
W0.PH-V
W8-R
Internal label of power centerplane voltage-and-return connections—rear
W11-V
W11-R
W12-V
W12-R
W13-V
W10-V
W13-R
W1.SC-R
W14-V
W10-R
W14-R
W1.PH-R
W15-V
W1.CSB-R
W15-R
W1.CSB-V
W16-V
W9-V
W16-R
W1.SC-V
W17-V
W9-R
W17-R
W1.PH-V
6. Reinstall fan tray F3.
See Section 4.2.4, “Installing a Fan Tray” on page 4-5.
7. Install the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly, if not previously installed.
See Section 13.6, “Installing the Sun Fireplane Interconnect into the Chassis” on
page 13-11.
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Caution – Ensure the Sun Fireplane interconnect assembly is installed prior to
securing the four (4) grounding screws.
8. Secure the power centerplane into position with the four (4) M4x10 panhead
grounding screws to the power centerplane.
9. Install all system expander and the centerplane support board sets by
following the procedures in:
■
Section 12.2.4, “Installing an Expander Board” on page 12-8
■
Section 11.2.4, “Installing a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-7
■
From the rear of the system:
1. Install the seven (7) cross-slotted standoff nuts onto the male threads of the
cross-slotted shoulder standoff screws.
2. Connect the eighteen (18) voltage-and-return AC power cables to the power
centerplane.
See Section 16.2.2, “48 VDC Power Cable Replacement” on page 16-11.
3. Connect the P1.9 six-wire friction-fit 48V power connector at the power
centerplane to J1.9 on the cable tie-down panel.
4. Connect the five (5) ribbon cable connectors to the power centerplane.
5. Install the DC cable cover and secure with nine (9) M4x8 Phillips screws.
6. Reinstall fan tray F7.
See Section 4.2.4, “Installing a Fan Tray” on page 4-5.
7. Install all system expander and the centerplane support board sets by
following the procedures in:
■
Section 12.2.4, “Installing an Expander Board” on page 12-8
■
Section 11.2.4, “Installing a Centerplane Support Board” on page 11-7
Chapter 15
Power Centerplane Replacement Procedure
15-9
15.4
Powering On the System After Power
Centerplane Installation
1. Connect the AC power cords to the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supplies.
2. Connect all I/O cables referencing the cable label for proper identification.
3. Power on the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
4. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
5. Once the main SC is booted, start the domain(s) by typing:
TABLE 15-6
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id
on
where domain_id is the domain letter A-R.
6. Execute one setkeyswitch command for each domain to be started.
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CHAPTER
16
Cable Replacement Procedures
FIGURE 16-1 shows the locations of the internal system cable connections for the Sun
Fire 15K/12K systems. Cable functions are further defined in the diagrams shown in
FIGURE 16-2. FIGURE 16-3, FIGURE 16-5, FIGURE 16-4, FIGURE 16-6, FIGURE 16-7, FIGURE 16-8
and FIGURE 16-9 that identify the silkscreen numbers on the cabinet that corresponds
to the cable connections. Review TABLE 16-1 for cable termination wire color
definitions. This chapter contains the replacement procedures specifically for the
internal cabinet cables.
This chapter contains the following sections:
■
Section 16.1, “AC Power Cord” on page 16-9
■
Section 16.2, “Internal Cabinet Cable Replacement Procedures” on page 16-9
■
■
Section 16.2.1, “Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement” on
page 16-10
■
Section 16.2.2, “48 VDC Power Cable Replacement” on page 16-11
■
Section 16.2.3, “Power Shelf I2C or FrameManager and TopCap Cable
Replacement” on page 16-13
■
Section 16.2.4, “Power Crossover Cable Replacement” on page 16-14
■
Section 16.2.5, “Fan Tray Power Cable Replacement” on page 16-15
■
Section 16.2.6, “Internal Cable Harness Set Replacement” on page 16-17
■
Section 16.2.7, “FrameManager Cable Replacement” on page 16-19
Section 16.3, “Powering On the System” on page 16-24
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
16-1
■
16-2
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
■
FIGURE 16-1
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Internal Cable Connections
Top fan tray backplane
Power centerplane
Bottom fan tray backplane
Voltage-and-return wiring diagram
Interface connectors
Chapter 16
Cable Replacement Procedures
16-3
FIGURE 16-2
System Cable Layout Diagram—Typical for Front (Side 0) and Rear (Side 1)
Power centerplane
grounding screws
Top fan tray backplane
Power centerplane
Cable tie down panel
Bottom fan tray backplane
Interface connectors
Centerplane support, system control, and
system control peripheral power connector
(six wire), J0.9 (front), J1.9 (rear)
P0.9 connector (front)
P1.9 connector (rear)
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Wiring Locations
48V high-current wires:
Red, top
Black, bottom
48V low-current wires:
Black, left
Red, right
Reference designators on wires
near terminal lugs should match
reference designators silk-screened
on the power centerplane.
FIGURE 16-3
Fan Tray Backplane FRU Cable Diagram—Top Front, Side 0
FT0-J0
FT1-J1
1 48 VDC-A
2 RTN-A
3 48 VDC-B
4 RTN-B
J2 fan power (FT0-P2)
J3 fan control (FT0-P3)
FIGURE 16-4
Fan Tray Backplane FRU Cable Diagram—Top Front, Side 1
FT1-J0
FT1-J1
1 48 VDC-A
2 RTN-A
3 48 VDC-B
4 RTN-B
J2 fan power (FT1-P2)
J3 fan control (FT1-P3)
Chapter 16
Cable Replacement Procedures
16-5
FIGURE 16-5
Power Centerplane Cable Diagram—Bottom Front, Side 0
W6-V
W6-R
W5-V
W5-R
W4-V
W4-R
W3-V
W3-R
W2-V
W2-R
W1-V
W0.SC-R
W1-R
W0.PH-R
W0.CSB-R
W0.CSB-V
W0-V
W0.SC-V
W0-R
W0.PH-V
W7-V
W7-R
W8-V
W8-R
FT1
FT0
1 48 VDC-A
2 RTN-A
3 48 VDC-B
4 RTN-B
J2 fan power (FB0-P2)
J3 fan control (FB0-P3)
J0.8 J0.7 J0.6
16-6
J0.5 J0.4 J0.3
J0.2 J0.1 J0.0
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Power shelf I2C, control 0, J0.0
Power shelf I2C, control 1, J0.1
FT0-3, J0.2
Crossover, J0.3
CSB-SC-SCPER, J0.4
Crossover, J0.5
EXP 2-1-0, J0.6
EXP 5-4-3, J0.7
EXP 8-7-6, J0.8
Bottom fan tray
backplane
J0.9 (P0.9)
FIGURE 16-6
Power Centerplane Cable Diagram—Bottom Rear, Side 1
W11-V
W11-R
W12-V
W14-V
W14-R
W15-V
W15-R
W16-V
W16-R
W17-V
W17-R
W12-R
W13-V
W13-R
W10-V
W1.SC-R
W10-R
W1.PH-R
W1.CSB-R
W1.CSB-V
W9-V
W1.SC-V
W9-R
W1.PH-V
FT1
FT0
1 48 VDC-A
2 RTN-A
3 48 VDC-B
4 RTN-B
J2 fan power (FB1-P2)
J3 fan control (FB1-P3)
J1.8 J1.7 J1.6
FIGURE 16-7
J1.5 J1.4 J1.3
J1.2 J1.1 J1.0
Bottom fan tray
backplane
J1.9 (P1.9)
Power shelf I2C, control 0, J1.0
Power shelf I2C, control 1, J1.1
FT4-7, J1.2
Crossover, J1.3
CSB-SC-SCPER, J1.4
Crossover, J1.5
EXP 2-1-0, J1.6
EXP 5-4-3, J1.7
EXP 8-7-6, J1.8
Cable Schematic Diagram for Interface Connectors—Side 0
Control, J0.0
Control, J0.1
Fan voltage A, J0.2
Crossover, J0.3
CSB-SC-SCPER 0, J0.4
Crossover, J0.5
EXP 2-1-0, J0.6
EXP 5-4-3, J0.7
EXP 8-7-6, J0.8
Chapter 16
Cable Replacement Procedures
16-7
FIGURE 16-8
Cable Schematic Diagram for Interface Connectors—Side 1
Control, J1.0
Control, J1.1
Fan voltage B, J1.2
Crossover, J1.3
CSB-SC-SCPER 1, J1.4
Crossover, J1.5
EXP 11-10-9, J1.6
EXP 14-13-12, J1.7
EXP 17-16-15, J1.8
FIGURE 16-9
DC Power Distribution Cables—Side 0 and Side 1
Crossover cable assembly (2)
Power module to connector
bulkhead cable assembly (7)
Power module to connector
bulkhead cable assembly (3)
Power module to connector
bulkhead cable assembly (7)
Power module to connector
bulkhead cable assembly (3)
Connector
bulkhead
power module
Internal wiring
Internal wiring
Power supply
Power supply
Side 0
Side 1
TABLE 16-1
From
Power C
P
Cable Termination Table
To
Interfac
e
AWG &
Color
Function
From
Power
CP
FRONT (SIDE0)
16-8
To
Interface
AWG &
Color
Function
REAR (SIDE1)
W8-R
J0.8-8
10 BLK
EXP 8 RETURN
W17-R
J1.8-8
10 BLK
EXP 17 RETURN
W8-V
J0.8-7
10 RED
EXP 8 48VDC
W17-V
J1.8-7
10 RED
EXP 17 48VDC
NC
J0.8-6
NO CONNECTION
NC
J1.8-6
W7-R
J0.8-5
10 BLK
EXP 7 RETURN
W16-R
J1.8-5
10 BLK
EXP 16 RETURN
W7-V
J0.8-4
10 RED
EXP 7 48VDC
W16-V
J1.8-4
10 RED
EXP 16 48VDC
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NO CONNECTION
TABLE 16-1
From
Power C
P
Cable Termination Table (Continued)
To
Interfac
e
NC
J0.8-3
W6-R
J0.8-2
W6-V
J0.8-1
W5-R
J0.7-8
W5-V
J0.7-7
NC
J0.7-6
W4-R
AWG &
Color
From
Power
CP
Function
To
Interface
AWG &
Color
Function
NO CONNECTION
NC
J1.8-3
10 BLK
EXP 6 RETURN
W15-R
J1.8-2
10 BLK
EXP 15 RETURN
10 RED
EXP 6 48VDC
W15-V
J1.8-1
10 RED
EXP 15 48VDC
10 BLK
EXP 5 RETURN
W14-R
J1.7-8
10 BLK
EXP 14 RETURN
10 RED
EXP 5 48VDC
W14-V
J1.7-7
10 RED
EXP 14 48VDC
NO CONNECTION
NC
J1.7-6
J0.7-5
10 BLK
EXP 4 RETURN
W13-R
J1.7-5
10 BLK
EXP13 RETURN
W4-V
J0.7-4
10 RED
EXP 4 48VDC
W13-V
J1.7-4
10 RED
EXP13 48VDC
NC
J0.7-3
NO CONNECTION
NC
J1.7-3
W3-R
J0.7-2
10 BLK
EXP 3 RETURN
W12-R
J1.7-2
10 BLK
EXP 12 RETURN
W3-V
J0.7-1
10 RED
EXP 3 48VDC
W12-V
J1.7-1
10 RED
EXP 12 48VDC
W2-R
J0.6-8
10 BLK
EXP 2 RETURN
W11-R
J1.6-8
10 BLK
EXP 11 RETURN
W2-V
J0.6-7
10 RED
EXP 2 48VDC
W11-V
J1.6-7
10 RED
EXP 11 48VDC
NC
J0.6-6
NO CONNECTION
NC
J1.6-6
W1-R
J0.6-5
10 BLK
EXP 1 RETURN
W10-R
J1.6-5
10 BLK
EXP 10 RETURN
W1-V
J0.6-4
10 RED
EXP 1 48VDC
W10-V
J1.6-4
10 RED
EXP 10 48VDC
NC
J0.6-3
NO CONNECTION
NC
J1.6-3
W0-R
J0.6-2
10 BLK
EXP 0 RETURN
W9-R
J1.6-2
10 BLK
EXP 9 RETURN
W0-V
J0.6-1
10 RED
EXP 0 48VDC
W9-V
J1.6-1
10 RED
EXP 9 48VDC
W0-CSBR
P0.9-1
16 BLK
CP SUPT BD 0
RETURN
W1-CSB
-R
P1.9-1
16 BLK
CP SUPT BD1
RETURN
J0.9-1
J0.4-8
16 BLK
CP SUPT BD 0
RETURN
J1.9-1
J1.4-8
16 BLK
CP SUPT BD 1
RETURN
W0-CSBV
P0.9-6
16 RED
CP SUPT BD 0 48VDC
W1-CSB
-V
P1.9-6
16 RED
CP SUPT BD 1 48VDC
J0.9-6
J0.4-7
16 RED
CP SUPT BD 0 48VDC
J1.9-6
J1.4-7
16 RED
CP SUPT BD 1 48VDC
NC
J0.4-6
NO CONNECTION
NC
J1.4-6
W0.SC-R
P0.9-3
16 BLK
SYST CNTLR 0
RETURN
W1.SC-R
P1.9-3
16 BLK
SYST CNTLR 1
RETURN
J0.9-3
J0.4-5
16 BLK
SYST CNTLR 0
RETURN
J1.9-3
J1.4-5
16 BLK
SYST CNTLR 1
RETURN
W0.SC-V
P0.9-5
16 RED
SYST CNTLR 0 48VDC W1.SCV
P1.9-5
16 RED
SYST CNTLR 1 48VDC
J0.9-5
J0.4-4
16 RED
SYST CNTLR 0 48VDC J1.9-5
J1.4-4
16 RED
SYST CNTLR 1 48VDC
NC
J0.4-3
NO CONNECTION
J1.4-3
NC
Chapter 16
NO CONNECTION
NO CONNECTION
NO CONNECTION
NO CONNECTION
NO CONNECTION
NO CONNECTION
NO CONNECTION
Cable Replacement Procedures
16-9
TABLE 16-1
16.1
Cable Termination Table (Continued)
From
Power C
P
To
Interfac
e
AWG &
Color
W0.PHR
P0.9-2
16 BLK
SYST CNTLR PER 0
RET
J0.9-2
J0.4-2
16 BLK
W0.PHV
P0.9-4
J0.9-4
J0.4-1
From
Power
CP
To
Interface
AWG &
Color
W1.PHR
P1.9-2
16 BLK
SYST CNTLR PER1
RET
SYST CNTLR PER 0
RET
J1.9-2
J1.4-2
16 BLK
SYST CNTLR PER 1
RET
16 RED
SYST CNTLR PER 0
48VDC
W1.PHV
P1.9-4
16 RED
SYST CNTLR PER 1
48VDC
16 RED
SYST CNTLR PER 0
48VDC
J1.9-4
J1.4-1
16 RED
SYST CNTLR PER 1
48VDC
Function
Function
AC Power Cord
To hot-swap an AC power cord, see Section 3.2.2.3, “Removing a 4 kW Dual AC–DC
Power Supply” on page 3-11.
16.2
Internal Cabinet Cable Replacement
Procedures
If a failure is in the cable harness set (includes the front and rear cable tie-down
panels), the complete harness set should be replaced. See Section 16.2.6, “Internal
Cable Harness Set Replacement” on page 16-17.
Caution – The internal cabinet cables are NOT hot-swap components. These
procedures require turning off the AC power to the system prior to cable
replacement.
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16.2.1
Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement
Caution – The cable harness set is NOT a hot-swap component. This procedure
requires a complete shutdown of the domains and SCs, and disconnection of all AC
power to the system.
1. As a superuser on the domains, systematically shut down all running
domains by typing:
TABLE 16-2
domain_name# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
2. On the main SC, power off the domain hardware by typing:
TABLE 16-3
sc% poweroff
This command powers off the entire system with the exception of the power
supplies, fans, and the SCs. Refer to poweroff(1M) for more information.
3. Shut down the System Control boards by doing the following:
■
As a superuser on the spare SC, shut down the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 16-4
sc_spare# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
■
On the main SC, power off the spare SC by typing:
TABLE 16-5
sc% poweroff SCx
where x = 0-1, dependent upon which SC is the spare.
Chapter 16
Cable Replacement Procedures 16-11
■
As a superuser on the main SC, shutdown the main SC by typing:
TABLE 16-6
sc# shutdown -y -g seconds -i 0
where seconds = amount of time before shutdown.
4. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems cabinet access doors.
Note – All DC circuit breakers are to remain in the on position at all times.
5. Power on the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
6. Label and disconnect the twelve (12, six per side) AC power cords with the
labels provided in the ship kit.
16.2.2
48 VDC Power Cable Replacement
16.2.2.1
Removing the 48 VDC Power Cable
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Power off the system.
See Section 16.2.1, “Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement” on
page 16-10.
2. Remove the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws retaining the air plenum
cover, and remove both the plenum cover and the honeycomb EMI filter panel.
3. Reach inside the system, below the fan trays, and release the four (4 per cable)
male jackscrews holding the 48 VDC cable assemblies to both the top of the
power shelf assembly and the cable retaining bracket (FIGURE 16-10).
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48 VDC Power Cables
P12 connects to J12 cable of the
FrameManager chassis side panel (rear)
FIGURE 16-10
Power crossover cables (2)
Connector bulkhead (2)
P11 connects to
J11 cable of the
FrameManager or
TopCap chassis
side panel (rear)
P13 connects to J13 cable of the
FrameManager chassis side panel (front)
48 VDC power cables (7)
J0.8
J0.7
J0.6
J0.5
J0.4
J0.3
J0.2
J0.1
J0.0
J0.9
J1.9
J1.0
J1.1
J1.2
J1.3
J1.4
J1.5
J1.6
J1.7
J1.8
Rear power module
Front power module
P10 connects to J10 cable
of the FrameManager chassis
side panel (front)
Power shelf I2C cables (3)
(front and rear)
4. Remove the cable(s).
16.2.2.2
Installing the 48 VDC Power Cable
1. Install the new cable.
2. Secure the four (4 per cable) jackscrews holding the 48 VDC cable assemblies
to both the top of the power shelf assembly and the cable retaining bracket.
3. Install the honeycomb EMI Filter panel and air plenum cover and secure with
the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws.
4. Power on the system.
See Section 16.3, “Powering On the System” on page 16-24.
Chapter 16
Cable Replacement Procedures 16-13
16.2.3
Power Shelf I2C or FrameManager and TopCap
Cable Replacement
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
16.2.3.1
Removing the Power Shelf I2C or FrameManager and TopCap
Cable
1. Power off the system.
See Section 16.2.1, “Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement” on
page 16-10.
2. Remove the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws retaining the air plenum
cover, and remove both the plenum cover and the honeycomb EMI filter panel.
3. Reach inside the system, below the fan trays, and release the four (4 per cable)
male jackscrews holding the power shelf I2C cable assemblies to both the top
of the power shelf assembly and the cable retaining bracket.
Similarly, there is a third cable connecting to the side panel that eventually goes to
the FrameManager assembly that can be replaced in the same manner. See
FIGURE 16-10.
4. Remove the cable.
16.2.3.2
Installing the Power Shelf I2C or FrameManager and TopCap
Cable
1. Install the new cable.
2. Secure the four (4 per cable) male jackscrews holding the power shelf I2C cable
assemblies to both the top of the power shelf assembly and the cable retaining
bracket.
3. Install the honeycomb EMI Filter panel and air plenum cover and secure with
the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws.
4. Power on the system.
See Section 16.3, “Powering On the System” on page 16-24.
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16.2.4
Power Crossover Cable Replacement
16.2.4.1
Removing the Power Crossover Cable
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Power off the system.
See Section 16.2.1, “Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement” on
page 16-10.
2. Remove the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws retaining the air plenum
cover, and remove both the plenum cover and the honeycomb EMI filter panel.
3. Remove at least three (3) center system board components and their associated
carrier plate assemblies from both the front and the rear of the system to allow
access to the cables below the lower card guide assembly.
Review the board set carrier plate instructions for proper handling. See
Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate” on page 10-2.
4. Remove the two (2) lower fan trays and set aside.
See Section 4.2.3, “Removing a Fan Tray” on page 4-4.
5. Reach inside the system, below the fan tray shelf, and release the four (two (2)
per connector) male jackscrews (front and rear) holding the 48 VDC power
cable assemblies (two (2) per side) to the two (2) power crossover cables.
See FIGURE 16-10.
6. Using a 3/16 inch nut driver, carefully remove the four (4) female jack screws
(two (2) per connector) holding the crossover cable connectors to the horizontal
connector bracket.
7. Reaching through the lower card guide assembly, remove the cable(s).
16.2.4.2
Installing the Power Crossover Cable
1. Install the new cable(s).
2. Secure the four (4) female jack screws (two per connector) holding the
crossover cable connectors to the horizontal connector bracket by using a 3/16
inch nut driver.
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Cable Replacement Procedures 16-15
3. Secure the four (4) (two per connector) jackscrews holding the 48 VDC power
cable assemblies (front and rear) to the two (2) power crossover cables.
4. Install the lower fan trays.
See Section 4.2.4, “Installing a Fan Tray” on page 4-5.
5. Install the center system board components and their associated carrier plate
assemblies to both the front and the rear of the system previously removed to
enable access to the cables below the lower card guide assembly.
Review the board set carrier plate instructions for proper handling. See
Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate” on page 10-2.
6. Install the honeycomb EMI Filter panel and air plenum cover and secure with
the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws.
7. Power on the system.
See Section 16.3, “Powering On the System” on page 16-24.
16.2.5
Fan Tray Power Cable Replacement
16.2.5.1
Removing the Fan Tray Power Cable
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Power off the system.
See Section 16.2.1, “Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement” on
page 16-10.
2. Remove the system board modules and their associated carrier plate assemblies
from the front and rear of the system.
3. Remove the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws retaining the air plenum
cover, and remove both the plenum cover and the honeycomb EMI filter panel.
4. Reach inside the system, below the fan trays, and release the four (4) (two per
connector) male jackscrews holding the 48 VDC power cable assemblies to the
two (2) fan tray power cable connectors attached to the connector bracket
(FIGURE 16-11).
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FIGURE 16-11
Fan Tray Power Cable
Fan tray power cables
Cables not shown
for clarity
5. Using a 3/16 inch nut driver, carefully remove the four (4) female jack screws
(two (2) per connector) holding the fan tray cable connectors to the horizontal
connector bracket on the front and rear of the system.
6. Remove the sixteen (16) M4x6 panhead screws (eight (8) per cover) holding the
vertical cable wireway covers on the front and rear of the system.
7. Remove the two (2) upper cable clamps (each with two (2) locknuts (one (1) per
side) from the front and rear of the system.
8. Remove the thirty-eight (38) (nineteen (19) per side) M4x6 panhead screws
retaining the black plastic cable cover attached to the center bulkhead on the
front and rear of the system.
9. Reach through the upper and lower card guide assembly and remove the blue
colored connectors attaching the fan power cable to the four (4) fan backplanes.
10. Remove the fan power cable assembly from the system.
16.2.5.2
Installing the Fan Tray Power Cable
1. Install the new cable(s), carefully routing the cable(s) as originally installed.
2. Replace the blue colored connectors attaching the fan power cable to the four
(4) fan backplanes.
See FIGURE 16-3 and FIGURE 16-4 for reference designators.
3. Secure the black plastic cable covers, on the front and rear of the system, to the
center bulkhead with the thirty-eight (38) (nineteen (19) per side).
4. Replace the two (2) upper cable clamps (each with two (2) locknuts on the front
and rear of the system).
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Cable Replacement Procedures 16-17
5. Secure the vertical cable wireway covers, on the front and rear of the system,
with the sixteen (16) M4x6 panhead screws (eight (8) per cover).
6. Secure the four (4) female jack screws (two (2) per connector) holding the fan
tray cable connectors to the horizontal connector bracket by using a 3/16 inch
nut driver.
7. Secure the four (two (2) per connector) jackscrews holding the 48 VDC power
cable assemblies to the two (2) fan tray power cable connectors on the front and
rear of the system.
8. Install the honeycomb EMI Filter panel and air plenum cover and secure with
the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws.
9. Install the system board modules and their associated carrier plate assemblies
into the front and rear of the system.
10. Power on the system.
See Section 16.3, “Powering On the System” on page 16-24.
16.2.6
Internal Cable Harness Set Replacement
16.2.6.1
Removing the Internal Cable Harness Set
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Power off the system.
See Section 16.2.1, “Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement” on
page 16-10.
2. Remove the system board modules and their associated carrier plate assemblies
from the front and rear of the system.
3. Remove the lower fan trays from the front and rear of the system.
4. Remove the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws retaining the air plenum
cover, and remove both the plenum cover and the honeycomb EMI filter panel
from the front and rear of the system.
5. Reach inside the system, below the fan trays, and release the four (two (2) per
connector) male jackscrews holding the 48 VDC power cable assemblies to the
48 VDC power cables and power shelf I2C cables.
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6. Using a 3/16 inch nut driver, carefully remove the four (4) female jack screws
(two (2) per connector, three (3) on the front and three (3) on the rear)) holding
the Internal Harness Set connectors to the horizontal connector bracket.
7. Remove the sixteen (16) M4x6 panhead screws (eight (8) per cover), on the front
and rear of the system, holding the vertical cable wireway covers and remove
the two (2) upper cable clamps (each with two (2) locknuts (one (1) per side)
from the front and rear of the system.
8. Remove the thirty-eight (38) (nineteen (19) per side) M4x6 panhead screws
retaining the black plastic cable cover attached to the center bulkhead on the
front and rear of the system.
9. Reach through the upper and lower card guide assembly and remove the grey
colored connectors attaching the I2C fan cable to the four (4) fan backplanes
(FIGURE 16-12).
10. Disconnect all forty-eight (48) discrete screw lugs and ten (10) ribbon cable
connectors from the power centerplane at the front and rear of the system.
FIGURE 16-12
Internal Cable Harness Set
Fan control cable
Some cables not
shown for clarity
11. Carefully remove the internal cable harness set assembly from the system.
16.2.6.2
Installing the Internal Cable Harness Set
1. Install a new internal cable harness set assembly routing the cables as
originally installed.
See the FIGURE 16-3 and FIGURE 16-4 for reference designators.
2. Install all forty-eight (48) discrete and ten (10) ribbon cable connectors to the
power centerplane at the front and rear of the system.
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Cable Replacement Procedures 16-19
3. Replace the grey colored connectors attaching the I2C fan cable to the four(4)
fan backplanes.
See FIGURE 16-5 and FIGURE 16-6 for reference designators.
4. Secure the black plastic cable cover to the center bulkhead with the thirty-eight
(38) (nineteen (19) per side) to the front and rear of the system.
5. Replace the two (2) upper cable clamps (each with two (2) locknuts, on the front
and rear of the system.
6. Secure the vertical cable wireway covers with the sixteen (16) M4x6 panhead
screws (eight (8) per cover) on the front and rear of the system.
7. Secure the four (4) female jack screws (two (2) per connector) holding the fan
tray cable connectors to the horizontal connector bracket by using a 3/16 inch
nut driver.
8. Secure the four (4) (four per cable) male jackscrews holding the 48 VDC power
cables and power shelf I2C cables.
9. Install the honeycomb EMI filter panel and air plenum cover and secure with
the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws.
10. Replace the lower fan trays at the front and rear of the system.
11. Install the system board modules and their associated carrier plate assemblies
into the front and rear of the system.
12. Power on the system.
See Section 16.3, “Powering On the System” on page 16-24.
16.2.7
FrameManager Cable Replacement
16.2.7.1
Removing the FrameManager Cable
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Power off the system.
See Section 16.2.1, “Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement” on
page 16-10.
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2. Remove the three (3) M4x12 panhead screws holding the FrameManager to the
chassis.
3. Disconnect the four (4) cables from the rear of the FrameManager.
4. Remove the four external side panels by releasing the lower captive screws on
each panel by a quarter turn, and lift upward off the chassis.
5. At each panel section, remove the four (4) M4x12 panhead screws holding the
four (4) cable clamps that secure the FrameManager cables to the chassis.
6. From the front and rear of the system, remove the twenty-two (22) M4x30
panhead screws retaining the air plenum cover, and remove both the plenum
cover and the honeycomb EMI filter panel.
7. Reach inside the air plenum and release the eight (8) (two per connector) male
jackscrews holding the internal cable connectors to the internal chassis side
panels.
8. To remove the four (4) right-angle connectors, release the two (2) female jack
screws (two per connector) using a 3/16-inch nut driver.
9. Remove the four (4) external right-angle connectors (P/J10, P/J11, P/J12, and
P/J13) from the chassis side panels (FIGURE 16-13).
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Cable Replacement Procedures 16-21
FIGURE 16-13
FrameManager Cable
FrameManager
cables
FrameManager
RTUF - remote transfer unit, front
Patch panel - RS-232
RFT - rack fan tray
RTUR - remote transfer unit, rear
Rear
P/J11
P/J13
P/J12
P/J10
Front
10. Remove the four (4) FrameManager cable(s).
16.2.7.2
Installing the FrameManager Cable
1. Place the four (4) new FrameManager cable(s) on top of the system.
2. Install the four (4) external right-angle connectors (P/J10, P/J11, P/J12, and P/J13)
at the end of the cables to the chassis side panels.
3. Secure the four (4) right-angle connectors with the two (2) female jack screws
(two per connector) using a 3/16-inch nut driver.
4. Secure the four (4) (two per connector) jackscrews that hold the internal
FrameManager cables to the bulkhead on the internal chassis side panels.
5. Install the honeycomb EMI Filter panel and air plenum cover and secure with
the twenty-two (22) Mx30 panhead screws at the front and rear of the system.
6. At each section, secure the four (4) cable clamps with the four (4) M4x12
panhead screws to mount the FrameManager cables to the chassis.
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7. Install the four external side panels by placing each panel on the turn-screw
and set each panel into its proper position.
8. Connect the four (4) cables to the appropriate connectors on the rear of the
FrameManager.
9. Secure the FrameManager to the chassis with three (3) M4x12 panhead screws.
10. Power on the system.
See Section 16.3, “Powering On the System” on page 16-24.
16.2.8
TopCap Cable Replacement
16.2.8.1
Removing the TopCap Cable
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Power off the system.
See Section 16.2.1, “Powering Off the System for Cable Replacement” on
page 16-10.
2. Remove the three (3) M4x12 panhead screws holding the TopCap to the chassis.
3. Disconnect the 12V power cable from the rear of the TopCap.
4. Remove the right-rear external side panel by releasing the lower captive screws
on the panel by a quarter turn, and lift upward off the chassis.
5. Remove the four (4) M4x12 panhead screws holding the four (4) cable clamps
that secure the TopCap cable to the chassis.
6. At the rear of the system, remove the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws
retaining the air plenum cover, and remove both the plenum cover and the
honeycomb EMI filter panel.
7. Reach inside the air plenum and release the two (2) male jackscrews holding
the internal cable connector to the internal chassis side panel.
8. To remove the right-angle connector, release the two (2) female jack screws
using a 3/16-inch nut driver.
9. Remove the external right-angle connector (P/J11) from the chassis side panel
(FIGURE 16-14).
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Cable Replacement Procedures 16-23
FIGURE 16-14
TopCap Cable
TopCap cable
TopCap
12V power cable
P/J11
Rear
Front
10. Remove the TopCap cable.
16.2.8.2
Installing the TopCap Cable
1. Place the new TopCap cable on top of the system.
2. Install the external right-angle connector (P/J11) at the end of the cable to the
chassis side panel.
3. Secure the right-angle connector with the two (2) female jack screws using a
3/16-inch nut driver.
4. Secure the two (2) jackscrews that hold the internal TopCap cable to the
bulkhead on the internal chassis side panel.
5. Install the honeycomb EMI Filter panel and air plenum cover and secure with
the twenty-two (22) Mx30 panhead screws at the rear of the system.
6. Secure the four (4) cable clamps with the four (4) M4x12 panhead screws to
mount the TopCap cable to the chassis.
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7. Install the external side panel by placing the panel on the turn-screw and
setting the panel into its proper position.
8. Connect the 12V power cable to the connector on the rear of the TopCap.
9. Secure the TopCap to the chassis with three (3) M4x12 panhead screws.
10. Power on the system.
See Section 16.3, “Powering On the System” on page 16-24.
16.3
Powering On the System
1. Connect the AC power cords to the 4 kW dual AC–DC power supplies.
2. Connect all I/O cables referencing the cable label for proper identification.
3. Power on the AC0 and AC1 circuit breakers for all power supplies in the
system.
4. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
5. Once the main SC is booted, start the domain(s) by typing:
TABLE 16-7
sc% setkeyswitch -d domain_id
on
where domain_id is the domain letter A-R.
6. Execute one setkeyswitch command for each domain to be started.
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CHAPTER
17
Mechanical Components
Replacement Procedures
The mechanical components of the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems consist of the side
panels, the front and rear access doors, the six air filters, and the two kick plate
assemblies. This chapter contains the replacement procedures for these mechanical
components.
This chapter contains the following sections:
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Section 17.1, “Side Panel Replacement” on page 17-2
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Section 17.1.1, “Removing a Side Panel” on page 17-2
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Section 17.1.2, “Installing a Side Panel” on page 17-2
Section 17.2, “Access Door Replacement” on page 17-2
■
Section 17.2.1, “Removing an Access Door” on page 17-3
■
Section 17.2.2, “Installing an Access Door” on page 17-3
Section 17.3, “Kick Plate Assembly Replacement” on page 17-3
■
Section 17.3.1, “Removing a Kick Plate Assembly” on page 17-3
■
Section 17.3.2, “Installing a Kick Plate Assembly” on page 17-4
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
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17.1
Side Panel Replacement
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems have four panels, two per side.
17.1.1
Removing a Side Panel
1. Release the two (2) spring-loaded captive fasteners by pushing inward and
making a counterclockwise turn.
2. Using both hands, firmly grasp the panel on each side, near the top, and lift
straight up and then outward to remove the panel away from the cabinet.
17.1.2
Installing a Side Panel
1. Using both hands, firmly grasp the panel on each side, near the top.
2. Lift the panel holding at an angle, approximately one (1) foot out from the base.
3. Hang the panel on the side skin-hanger features at the left outer corner and
right inner post (or right outer corner and left inner post for other panel,
depending on which panel is being replaced) of the chassis.
17.2
Access Door Replacement
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems have four access doors.
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one 22-inch wide ventilated front-left door
■
one 10 1/4-inch ventilated front-right door (side 0)
■
one 22-inch wide perforated rear-left door
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one 10 1/4-inch perforated rear-right door (side 1).
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17.2.1
Removing an Access Door
1. At the top of the door, pull up the spring-loaded pin and remove the peg of the
door from the top hinge bracket of the cabinet.
2. Lift the bottom peg out of the bottom hinge bracket and remove the door from
the cabinet.
3. Repeat Step 1 and Step 2 for each door, as required.
17.2.2
Installing an Access Door
1. Insert the door onto the bottom peg of the bottom hinge bracket of the cabinet.
2. At the top of the door, pull down the spring-loaded pin and insert the peg of
the door into the top hinge bracket of the cabinet.
17.3
Kick Plate Assembly Replacement
Note – The bottom system kick plate is NOT A STEP. DO NOT use the kick plate to
gain access to the high-level components. Obtain a proper stool if required.
Excessive weight on the kick plate will bend the door support brackets.
17.3.1
Removing a Kick Plate Assembly
1. Use a pull-turn motion to release the spring-loaded captive locking pin on the
left side of the mounting tube and pull the kick plate assembly outward from
the mounting bracket (FIGURE 17-1).
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Kick Plate Assembly
Inner support tabs connected
to cabinet frame base
Outer support tabs connected
to cabinet frame base
Spring-loaded captive locking
pin (not visible in diagram)
FIGURE 17-1
Mounting bracket
Spring-loaded
locking pin
Mounting tube
Kick plate
Support guides
2. Loosen the two captive panel fasteners of the kick plate mounting bracket
assembly.
3. Remove the kick plate assembly by pulling forward and tipping downward to
release the inner support tabs from their mounting holes at the cabinet frame
base.
17.3.2
Installing a Kick Plate Assembly
1. Insert the inner support tabs of the kick plate mounting bracket at the base of
the cabinet.
2. Align the two outer tabs at the front mounting holes of the cabinet frame and
slide the bracket inward to align the inner support tabs into the two mounting
holes of the horizontal support structure under the cabinet.
3. Secure the mounting bracket with the two captive panel fasteners.
4. Insert the square mounting tube of the kick plate mounting bracket assembly
until it is flush with the cabinet.
5. Secure the kick plate with the spring-loaded captive locking pin at the left side
of the mounting tube.
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CHAPTER
18
Periodic Maintenance
The periodic maintenance of the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems consists of the air
plenum air-intake filter below the lower fan trays and the six air filters located below
the power supplies. This chapter contains the procedures for the maintenance of
these components.
This chapter contains the following sections:
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■
Section 18.1, “Cleaning the Air Plenum Panel Air-Intake Screens” on page 18-2
■
Section 18.1.1, “Air Plenum Panel Air-Intake Screen for Sun Fire 15K/12K
Systems” on page 18-2
■
Section 18.1.2, “Cleaning the Air Plenum Air-Intake Screens” on page 18-3
Section 18.2, “Air Filter Replacement” on page 18-4
■
Section 18.2.1, “Replacing an Air Filter” on page 18-4
For your protection, also observe the following safety precautions when setting up
your equipment:
■
Follow all cautions and instructions marked on the equipment.
■
Always use proper ESD equipment and procedures when handling boards and
components.
■
Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment as they might
touch dangerous voltage points or short out components that can result in fire or
electric shock.
■
Refer servicing of equipment to qualified personnel.
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18.1
Cleaning the Air Plenum Panel
Air-Intake Screens
You can clean the air intake screens by using various methods. The front and back
side of the screen can be vacuumed using a brush attachment on a vacuum cleaner.
Take care not to damage the honeycomb of the screen. If this does not clean the
screen enough, use a high pressure air hose with a nozzle attachment for blowing
air.
18.1.1
Air Plenum Panel Air-Intake Screen for Sun Fire
15K/12K Systems
The air plenum of the air-intake screens of the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems is located
below the bottom fan trays on the front and rear of the system (FIGURE 18-1).
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FIGURE 18-1
Air Plenum Panel and Air-Intake Screen for the Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems
Honeycomb filter
Air plenum panel
18.1.2
Cleaning the Air Plenum Air-Intake Screens
1. Remove the twenty-two (22) M4x30 panhead screws from the air plenum panel
to access the honeycomb filter air-intake screen at the front or rear of the
system.
2. Remove the old honeycomb filter air-intake screen from the system.
3. Clean the honeycomb filter air-intake screen.
See Section 18.1, “Cleaning the Air Plenum Panel Air-Intake Screens” on
page 18-2.
4. Install the clean air plenum air-intake screen and the air plenum panel.
5. Secure the air plenum panel to the system with the twenty-two (22) M4x30
screws.
6. Repeat Step 1 thorough Step 5 for the other side of the system.
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Periodic Maintenance
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18.2
Air Filter Replacement
The Sun Fire 15K/12K systems have three front and three rear air filters, which
allow approximately 3500 CFMs per system, that require periodic cleaning or
replacing. To prevent restricted air flow and possible equipment failure, perform this
procedure when the filters contain trapped particles, or every three months.
18.2.1
Replacing an Air Filter
Caution – Be sure you are properly grounded before you begin the hardware
removal and installation. There are four ground points on the system cabinet, two at
the front top left and top right, and two at the rear top left and top right.
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K system cabinet access doors.
2. Route I/O cables away from the filter being replaced, ensuring not to
disconnect any cables from its slot 0 or slot 1 board. Do this on both the front
and rear of the chassis.
3. Remove the face plates by releasing the front panel captive thumbscrew from
both the front and rear of the three filter chambers on the power chassis.
There are three front and three rear face plates for each of the three filter
chambers.
4. Take two (2) new filters and insert one behind the other in one of the filter
chambers, pushing the old filters out through the other side of the chassis.
Bend the power cable upward and out of the way on one side of the chassis to
gain access and on the other side to provide space for the filter to slide outward,
as necessary (FIGURE 18-2).
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FIGURE 18-2
Filter Replacement—Front and Rear
Old filters
New filter
New filter
Filter panel
captive screw
Filter panel
Front panel
Replacing filters in this manner prevents an unfiltered area from opening up through
which debris can be ingested into the powered up system.
5. Repeat Step 2, Step 3, and Step 4 for the two remaining filter chambers.
6. After the six (6) new filters have been replaced, install the faceplates and
tighten the captive screws.
7. Close the Sun Fire 15K/12K system access doors.
8. Place the dirty filters on a flat surface away from air vents that might dislodge
the dust particles which can become airborne.
9. If the filters are to be reused, vacuum both sides by using a brush and vacuum
cleaner equipped with a crevice tool. If filters are not to be reused, discard the
filters.
For reused filters, it is suggested that an additional set of six be acquired in order to
replace the filters as described in this procedure and ensure debris does not get into
the powered up system while cleaning the filters.
Chapter 18
Periodic Maintenance
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CHAPTER
A
Component Serial Number
Worksheet
A larger version of the Component Serial Number Worksheet, introduced in
Chapter 13, Section TABLE 13-6, “Component Serial Numbers Worksheet” on
page 13-5 of this document has been provided in Section , “Component Serial
Number Worksheet” on page A-3. You can use this page to record your serial
numbers for retention for your records.
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Component Serial Number Worksheet
Record Date ______________
Expander
S/N
Slot 0 Board
Type
S/N
Slot 1
Board
Type
S/N
CSB0
EXB0
EXB1
EXB2
EXB3
EXB4
EXB5
EXB6
EXB7
EXB8
CSB1
EXB9
EXB10
EXB11
EXB12
EXB13
EXB14
EXB15
EXB16
EXB17
New Sun Fireplane interconnect S/N:
Rev:
Chapter A
Component Serial Number Worksheet
A-3
A-4
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CHAPTER
B
System Labels
Various labels appear on the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems to reference a specific
component by its assigned component number. There are also caution and
instruction labels that are visible inside the access doors as well as internally within
the system. The following paragraphs provide a description and indicate the
physical location for these labels:
B.1
ESD GROUND and Top Fan Tray
Component Number Labels
The four (4) electrostatic device (ESD) grounding connections and the top fan tray
component numbers (FT0, FT1, FT4, and FT5, right-to-left) are combined into one
label for each of the four top positions (FIGURE B-1).
B-1
FIGURE B-1
Front left
Rear left
B.2
ESD GROUND and Top Fan Tray Component Number Labels
Front right
Rear right
System Chassis and Carrier Plate Labels
The label in FIGURE B-2 is displayed on the inside left and right side of the frame of the
chassis inside the doors on the front and rear sides of the system. It also appears on
each carrier plate. FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY TO AVOID
B-2
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
DAMAGED CONNECTORS. See Section 10.1, “Inserting a Board Set Carrier Plate”
on page 10-2 for complete instructions on the handling of the system carrier plates.
FIGURE B-2
System Chassis and Carrier Plate Label—Carrier Plate Installation Procedures
IMPORTANT:
Follow carrier plate
installation procedures
to avoid damaged connectors.
Refer to manual for more
information.
Attach grounding strap
before handling
carrier plate.
Carrier Plate Removal
Loosen 2 screws
simultaneously to
remove carrier
plate.
Push the carrier plate
evenly into card cage.
Repeat steps 5, 6, and 7
until screws are hand tight.
3 Revolutions
PUSH
ONLY
IN THE
CENTER!
Use both hands to turn the
screws simultaneously 3
full revolutions.
1 Revolution
Carrier Plate Installation
Note top and bottom
alignment tabs.
Turn
3
o
oluti
Rev
ns
Push
Find the two torque
drivers located inside
the front right door.
Use only the 2 torque
drivers provided to tighten
screws simultaneously. Stop
when torque driver handle
clicks on each screw.
k
clic
Tabs
Align carrier plate with
bottom card guide.
1 Revolution
Push firmly on the center
bracket.
Return torque drivers to door
bracket for future use.
Align carrier plate with
top card guide.
Confirm that top and bottom
alignment tabs are inserted
into alignment slots Tabs
Slots
The warning label, shown in FIGURE B-3, is located on each carrier plate.
Chapter B
System Labels
B-3
FIGURE B-3
Carrier Plate Warning Label
B.3
Fan Tray Labels
B.3.1
Fan Tray Removal Label
The fan tray removal label, shown in FIGURE B-4, is located at the upper-left outside
front corner of each of the four (4) fan trays.
FIGURE B-4
B-4
Fan Tray Removal Label
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B.3.2
Bottom Fan Tray Component Number Labels
The bottom fan tray component number labels (FT2, FT3, FT6, and FT7, right-to-left),
have been placed on the I/O cable retention bracket (FIGURE B-5).
FIGURE B-5
B.4
Bottom Fan Tray Component Number Labels
Front center left
Front center right
Rear center left
Rear center right
Board Carrier Slot Component Number
Labels
The system and I/O boards are numbered sequentially right-to-left. See FIGURE 1-4
and FIGURE 1-5 in Chapter 1 for more details.
2.4.1
Front Component Number Labels
The labels shown in FIGURE B-6 indicate the system CPU boards SB0 through SB8
(left-to right) and the System Control board SC0 for slot 0; and the I/O boards IO0
through IO8 (right-to-left) and the system control peripheral board SCPER0 for
slot 1.
Front Component Number Labels
Slot 0, front
FIGURE B-6
SB8
SB0
SC0
IO0
SCPER0
Slot 1, front
IO8
2.4.2
Rear Component Number Labels
Chapter B
System Labels
B-5
The labels shown in FIGURE B-7 indicate the system CPU boards SB9 through SB17
(left-to right) and the System Control board SC1 for Slot 0; and the I/O boards IO9
through IO17 (right-to-left) and the System Control peripheral board SCPER1 for
slot 1.
Rear Component Number Labels
Slot 0, rear
FIGURE B-7
SB17
SB9
SC1
IO9
SCPER1
Slot 1, rear
IO17
B.5
Expander Label
The expander label (EX), shown in FIGURE B-8, is located at the center bracket for
each eighteen (18) expander carrier panels on the front and rear of the system.
FIGURE B-8
2.6
Expander Label
Centerplane Support Label
The centerplane support (CS) label, shown in FIGURE B-9, is located at the center
bracket for the two (2) centerplane support carrier panels on the front and rear of the
system.
FIGURE B-9
B-6
Centerplane Support Label
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B.7
Sun Fireplane Interconnect Label
Two (2) identical Sun Fireplane interconnect labels, shown in FIGURE B-10, are located
on the lower right side of each Sun Fireplane interconnect insertion handle visible
from the rear of the system.
FIGURE B-10
!
Sun Fireplane Interconnect Label
13.5 KG (30 LBS.)
HEAVY
USE CAUTION WHEN LIFTING!
2.8
Power Supply Labels
2.8.1
Power Supply Component Labels
The six power supplies (PS0 through PS5) each have two AC power connections
(AC0 and AC1) with labels as shown in FIGURE B-11.
FIGURE B-11
PS0
AC0
2.8.2
PS0
AC1
Power Supply Component Labels
PS5
AC0
PS5
AC1
External Power Supply Handle-Instruction Label
An external power supply label providing handle rotation and forward pull
instructions, as shown in FIGURE B-12, appears at the upper left corner of each of the
six (6) power supplies.
FIGURE B-12
External Power Supply Label
ROTATE
HANDLE
PULL
HANDLE
Chapter B
System Labels
B-7
2.8.3
Power Supply Weight-Information Label
The power supply weight-information label, shown in FIGURE B-13, is placed at the
internal top-front of each of the six (6) power supply units.
Power Supply Weight-Information Label
FIGURE B-13
!
19.5 KG (43 LBS.)
CAUTION
label
2.8.4
Power Supply CAUTION Label
A CAUTION label, indicating APPROACHING END OF UNIT! (due to extensive
weight), is located internally at the top end of the power supply unit ( FIGURE B-14).
Power Supply CAUTION Label
FIGURE B-14
!
CAUTION
APPROACHING END OF UNIT
B-8
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CHAPTER
C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems
Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
The illustrations and tables in this chapter supplement the removal and replacement
procedures described in previous chapters. FIGURE C-1 identifies the FRU
replacement categories listed in this chapter.
For information about additional capacity drives and other replacement options,
contact your sales representative.
FIGURE C-1
System FRU Component Categories
FRU Categories
• Access doors and side panels
• FrameManager or TopCap assembly
• System board assemblies and carrier plates
• Fan tray cooling components
• Power supplies and air filters
• System Cables
• Options
System cabinet
C-1
C.1
Access Doors and Side Panels
TABLE C-1 lists the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems front and rear access doors and side
panels. FIGURE C-2 illustrates each item.
TABLE C-1
Access Doors and Side Panels
Description
Front access door (left)
Front access door (right)
Rear access door (left)
Rear access door (right)
Side panel
FIGURE C-2
Access Doors and Side Panels
Front access
door, left
Front access
door, right
C-2
Rear access
door, left
Rear access
door, right
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Side panels
3.2
FrameManager Assembly and
TopCap Assembly
3.2.1
FrameManager Assembly
TABLE 3-2 lists the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems FrameManager assembly parts.
FIGURE C-3 illustrates each item.
TABLE 3-2
FrameManager Assembly Components
Description
FrameManager
FrameManager extension
FIGURE C-3
FrameManager Assembly Components
FrameManager
FrameManager Extension
The keyswitch shown in the upper left of the FrameManager assembly is a
non-functional switch.
3.2.2
TopCap Assembly
TABLE 3-3 lists the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems TopCap assembly parts. FIGURE C-4
illustrates each item.
TABLE 3-3
TopCap Assembly Components
Description
TopCap
TopCap extension
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-3
FIGURE C-4
TopCap Assembly Components
TopCap
3.3
TopCap Extension
Kick Plate Assembly
TABLE 3-4 lists the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems kick plate assembly. FIGURE C-5
illustrates this item.
TABLE 3-4
Kick Plate Assembly Components
Description
Kick plate
Kick plate mounting bracket
FIGURE C-5
Kick Plate Assembly Components
Kick plate mounting bracket
Kick plate
C-4
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3.4
System Board Assemblies and Carrier
Plates
TABLE 3-5 lists the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems board assemblies and filler panels.
TABLE 3-6 lists the system board assembly carrier plates with part numbers.
FIGURE C-6 through FIGURE C-19 illustrate each component.
TABLE 3-5
System Board Assemblies
Description
Centerplane support board
System controller carrier plate (TABLE 3-6)
System Control board
System control peripheral board
System expander board
System and modified system expander carrier plate (TABLE 3-6)
CPU board
Hot-swap PCI (hsPCI) assembly
MaxCPU board
I/O filler panel (used as required)
CPU filler panel (used as required)
Sun Fireplane interconnect
Power centerplane
Fan backplane
TABLE 3-6
System Board Carrier Plates
Description
Part
Number
System controller carrier plate at SC0 (front) and SC1 (rear)
540-3993
System expander carrier plate at slots 1,2,3,6,7,8 (front) and 10,11,12,15,16,17
(rear)
540-4085
Modified system expander carrier plate at slots 4,5 (front) and 13,14 (rear)
540-4428
Modified system expander carrier plate at slots 0 (front) and 9 (rear)
540-4427
System expander carrier plate (with air dam) at slots 4, 5, 13, and 14
540-5736
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-5
See the carrier plate location placement diagram in FIGURE 10-1.
C-6
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
FIGURE C-6
Centerplane Support Board
FIGURE C-7
System Controller Carrier Plate
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-7
C-8
FIGURE C-8
System Expander Carrier Plate (With Air Dam)
FIGURE C-9
System Control Board—3U to 6U Conversion Board Option
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FIGURE C-10
System Control Peripheral Board
FIGURE C-11
System Expander Board
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-9
FIGURE 3-3
FIGURE C-12
C-10
System Expander Carrier Plate (with or without air dam)
CPU Board
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
FIGURE C-13
Hot-swap PCI (hsPCI-X/hsPCI+) I/O Board
FIGURE C-14
MaxCPU Board
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-11
C-12
FIGURE C-15
I/O Filler Panel (used as required)
FIGURE C-16
CPU Filler Panel (used as required)
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FIGURE C-17
Sun Fireplane Interconnect
Front
Rear
FIGURE C-18
Power Centerplane
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-13
FIGURE C-19
C-14
Fan Backplane
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
3.5
Fan Tray Cooling Components
TABLE 3-7 lists the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems fan tray components. FIGURE C-20
illustrates each item.
TABLE 3-7
Fan Tray Cooling Components
Description
Fan tray
Fan backplane
FIGURE C-20
Fan Tray Cooling Component
Fan trays
Fan backplane
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-15
3.6
Power Supplies and Air Filters
TABLE 3-8 lists the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems power supply components and air
filters. FIGURE C-21, FIGURE C-22, and FIGURE C-23 illustrate each item.
TABLE 3-8
Power Supplies and Air Filters
Description
Power supply
Power module
Air filter
C-16
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
FIGURE C-21
Power Supply
Top view
Front view
Right-side view
Chapter C
Rear view
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-17
FIGURE C-22
Power Module
Power module to ZEE
bracket (9)
Power module to
side panel
FIGURE C-23
C-18
Air Filter
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3.7
System Cables
TABLE 3-9 lists the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems cables. FIGURE C-24 through FIGURE C-46,
on the following pages, illustrate each item:
TABLE 3-9
System Cables
Description
AC power cable, domestic
AC power cable, domestic 2
AC power cable, international
AC power cable, international 2
Fan power cable
Fan I2C cable, front upper
Fan I2C cable, front lower
Fan I2C cable, rear upper
Fan I2C cable, rear lower
Power module to connector bulkhead, 48 VDC power
Connector bulkhead to connector bulkhead, 48 VDC crossover
Power module to connector bulkhead, I2C signals
Control 0 front cable
Control 1 front cable
Control 0 rear cable
Control 1 rear cable
Power control front cable
Power control rear cable
FrameManager and TopCap power cable, internal
FrameManager and TopCap power cable, external
RS-232 cable, internal
RS-232 cable, external
SC-CPU cable
SC-laptop cable
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-19
AC Power Cable, Domestic
TYPE SO #10 AWG, 3-COND
W/UL, CSA APPROVED
NEMA PLUG
or
L6-30P
SOW-A UL
SOW CSA
FIGURE C-24
PIN 1
P1
P2
157.5 in. (4000.0 mm)
AC Power Cable, Domestic, Wire List
TABLE 3-10
Wire #
Color
From
To
Signal
1
BLK
P1-X
P2-2
Line 1
2
WHT
P1-Y
P2-4
Line 2
3
GRN
P1-G
P2-3
Earth
FIGURE C-25
NEMA PLUG
L6-30P
AC Power Cable, Domestic 2
TYPE SO #10 AWG, 3-COND
W/UL, CSA APPROVED
or
SOW-A UL
SOW CSA
P1
P2
157.5 in. (4000.0 mm)
TABLE 3-11
C-20
PIN 1
AC Power Cable, Domestic 2, Wire List
Wire #
Color
From
To
Signal
1
BLK
P1-X
P2-2
Line 1
2
WHT
P1-Y
P2-4
Line 2
3
GRN
P1-G
P2-3
Earth
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual • April 2008
FIGURE 3-4
AC Power Cable, International
HARCORD
HO7RN-F3G4
IEC309 PLUG (MALE)
250V, 32A
PIN 1
P1
P2
157.5 in. (4000.0 mm)
TABLE 3-12
AC Power Cable, International, Wire List
Wire #
Color
From
To
Signal
1
BLK
P1-L
P2-2
Line
2
WHT
P1-N
P2-4
NEU
3
YEL/GRN
P1-GN
D
P2-3
Earth
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-21
FIGURE C-26
IEC309 PLUG (MALE)
250V, 32A
AC Power Cable, International 2
HARCORD
HO7RN-F3G4
PIN 1
P1
P2
157.5 in. (4000.0 mm)
AC Power Cable, International 2, Wire List
TABLE 3-13
Wire #
Color
From
To
Signal
1
BLK
P1-L
P2-2
Line
2
WHT
P1-N
P2-4
NEU
3
YEL/GRN
P1-GN
D
P2-3
Earth
Fan Power Cable
FIGURE C-27
Fans
voltage B
J1.2
FT0_P2
RTN-B
48VDC-B
RTN-A
48VDC-A
4
3
2
1
FB1_P2
12345678
5.5 in. (140.0 mm)
0.9 in. (24.4 mm)
FB0_P2
RTN-B
48VDC-B
RTN-A
48VDC-A
4
3
2
1
70.3 in. (1786.0 mm)
C-22
70.3 in. (1786.0 mm)
26.5 in. (674.0 mm)
16.9 in. (430.0 mm)
0.9 in (24.4 mm)
11.9 in. (301.0 mm)
5.5 in. (140.0 mm)
12345678
12.1 in. (308.0 mm)
16.9 in. 430.0 mm)
26.5 in. (674.0 mm)
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Fans
voltage A
J0.2
RTN-A
48VDC-A
RTN-AB
48VDC-B
1
2
3
4
FT1_P2
RTN-A
48VDC-A
RTN-B
48VDC-B
4
2
3
4
TABLE 3-14
Fan Power Cable (Side 0) Termination Table 0
From Connector
Bulkhead Side 0
Voltage A
To
Fan BP
Wire Size AWG &
Color
UL1213
Function
J0.2-8
FT0_P22
14 BLK
Fan trays, top side 0, return A
J0.2-7
FT0_P21
14 RED
Fan trays, top side 0, 48VDC-A
J0.2-6
FB0_P22
14 BLK
Fan trays, bottom side 0, return A
J0.2-5
FB0_P21
14 RED
Fan trays, bottom side 0,
48VDC-A
J0.2-4
FT1_P22
14 BLK
Fan trays, top side 1, return A
J0.2-3
FT1_P21
14 RED
Fan trays, top side 1, 48VDC-A
J0.2-2
FB1_P22
14 BLK
Fan trays, bottom side 1, return A
J0.2-1
FB1_P21
14 RED
Fan trays, bottom side 1,
48VDC-A
TABLE 3-15
Fan Power Cable (Side 1) Termination Table 1
From Connector
Bulkhead Side 1
Voltage B
To
Fan BP
Wire Size AWG &
Color
UL1213
Function
J1.2-8
FT0_P24
14 BLK
Fan trays, top side 0, return B
J1.2-7
FT0_P23
14 RED
Fan trays, top side 0, 48VDC-B
J1.2-6
FB0_P24
14 BLK
Fan trays, bottom side 0, return B
J1.2-5
FB0_P23
14 RED
Fan trays, bottom side 0, 48VDC-B
J1.2-4
FT1_P24
14 BLK
Fan trays, top side 1, return B
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-23
TABLE 3-15
Fan Power Cable (Side 1) Termination Table 1 (Continued)
From Connector
Bulkhead Side 1
Voltage B
C-24
To
Fan BP
Wire Size AWG &
Color
UL1213
Function
J1.2-3
FT1_P23
14 RED
Fan trays, top side 1, 48 VDC-B
J1.2-2
FB1_P24
14 BLK
Fan trays, bottom side 1, return B
J1.2-1
FB1_P23
14 RED
Fan trays, bottom side 1, 48
VDC-B
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FIGURE C-28
Fan I2C Cable, Front Upper
PIN 1
3.5 in.
(90.0 mm)
PIN 1
P0-FT
FT0-P3
11.8 in.
(299.0 mm)
PIN 1
9.7 in.
(248.0 mm)
STRIPE INDICATES PIN 1
34.0 in. (864.0 mm)
FIGURE C-29
Fan I2C Cable, Front Lower
PIN 1
STRIPE INDICATES PIN 1
2.9 in.
(73.3 mm)
P0.FB
6.8 in.
(171.8 mm)
PIN 1
FB0-P3
PIN 1
5.0 in. (127.3 mm)
16.6 in. (422.9 mm)
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-25
FIGURE C-30
Fan I2C Cable, Rear Upper
3.5 in.
PIN 1
(90.0 mm)
PIN 1
P1.FT
FT1-P3
9.7 in.
(248.0 mm)
11.8 in.
(299.0mm)
PIN 1
STRIPE INDICATES PIN 1
34.0 in. (864.0 mm)
FIGURE C-31
Fan I2C Cable, Rear Lower
PIN 1
STRIPE INDICATES PIN 1
2.9 in.
(73.3 mm)
P1-FB
6.8 in.
(171.8 mm)
PIN 1
FB1-P3
5.0 in. (127.3 mm)
PIN 1
16.6 in. (422.9 mm)
C-26
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FIGURE C-32
Power Module to Connector Bulkhead, 48 VDC Power
CONN A
CONN B
12.1 in. (309.0 mm)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TABLE 3-16
Power Module to Connector Bulkhead Cable, 48 VDC Power, Termination
Table
From CONN A
To CONN B
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-27
FIGURE C-33
CONN A
Connector Bulkhead to Connector Bulkhead, 48 VDC Crossover
CONN B
12.2 in. 310.0 mm)
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TABLE 3-17
C-28
Connector Bulkhead to Connector Bulkhead, 48 VDC Crossover, Termination
Table
From CONN A
To CONN B
Wire Color
1
1
RED
2
2
BLK
3
3
RED
4
4
BLK
5
5
RED
6
6
BLK
7
7
RED
8
8
BLK
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FIGURE C-34
Power Module to Connector Bulkhead, I2C Signals
12.1 in. (309.0 mm)
14
1
14
1
25
13
25
13
FIGURE C-35
Control 0 Cable, Front
PIN 1
STRIPE INDICATES PIN 1
3.7 in. (93.3 mm)
P1.0.PS
10.6 in. (270.5 mm)
PIN 1
13.4 in. 339.1 mm)
13
1
25
14
23.2 in. (590.1 mm)
J1.0
2.2 in. (57.1 mm)
CONTROL 0
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-29
FIGURE C-36
Control 1 Cable, Front
PIN 1
STRIPE INDICATES PIN 1
3.1 in. (78.3 mm)
P1.1.PS
14.0 in. (355.5 mm)
PIN 1
13.4 in. (339.1 mm)
13
1
25
14
20.9 in. (531.6 mm)
J1.1
2.2 in. (57.1 mm)
CONTROL 1
FIGURE C-37
Control 0 Cable, Rear
PIN 1
3.7 in. (93.3 mm)
STRIPE INDICATES PIN 1
P0.0.PS
10.6 in. (270.5 mm)
PIN 1
13.4 in. 339.1 mm)
13
1
25
14
23.2 in. (590.1 mm)
J0.0
2.2 in. (57.1 mm)
CONTROL 0
FIGURE C-38
C-30
Power Control Cable, Front
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FIGURE C-39
Control 1 Cable, Rear
PIN 1
STRIPE INDICATES PIN 1
3.1 in. (78.3 mm)
P0.1.PS
14.0 in. (355.5 mm)
PIN 1
13.4 in. (339.1 mm)
13
1
25
14
20.9 in. (531.6mm)
J0.1
2.2 in. (57.1 mm)
CONTROL 1
FIGURE C-40
Power Control Cable, Front
106.0 in. (2692.0 mm)
14
1
25
13
RTUF (OPT)
FIGURE C-41
J10
13
1
25
14
13
1
25
14
Power Control Cable, Rear
100.0 in. (2540.0 mm)
14
1
25
13
RTUR
J12
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-31
FIGURE C-42
FrameManager and TopCap Power Cable, Internal
38.3 in. (972.0 mm)
PIN 1
P11
P1.FM
FIGURE C-43
FrameManager and TopCap Power Cable, External
100.3 in. (2547.0 mm)
CONN A
25
13
14
1
CONN B
15
9
8
1
FrameManager and TopCap Power Cable, External, Termination
Specifications
TABLE 3-18
C-32
J11
RFT
From CONN A (DB25P)
To CONN B (DB-15P)
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
14
9
15
10
16
11
17
12
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1
9
8
15
FrameManager and TopCap Power Cable, External, Termination
Specifications
TABLE 3-18
From CONN A (DB25P)
To CONN B (DB-15P)
18
13
19
14
20
15
FIGURE C-44
RS-232 Cable, Internal
25.3 in. (641.0 mm)
PIN 1
P0.FM
1
9
8
15
P13
FIGURE C-45
RS-232 Cable, External
86.3 in. (2191.0 mm)
CONN A
6
9
CONN B
5
1
PATCH PANEL
J13
15
9
8
1
RS-232 Cable, External, Termination Specifications
TABLE 3-19
From CONN A (DB9S)
To CONN B (DB-15P)
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
9
7
10
8
11
9
12
Chapter C
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Field-Replaceable Units (FRU)
C-33
FIGURE C-46
SC-CPU Cable
7
6
8
3
600.0 in. (15240.0 mm)
5
4
1
2
CONN A
CONN B
SC-CPU Cable Termination Specifications
TABLE 3-20
C-34
From CONN A (Mini
DIN-8P)
To CONN B (DB-25P)
1
6, jumper to 8
2
20
3
3
4
7
5
2
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25
1
14
Index
A
access door
installation, 17-3
removal, 17-3
air filter, 21-18
air filter replacement, 18-4
B
board insertion, 10-2
C
cables
connections, 16-3
layout diagram, 16-4
replacement
internal to cabinet, 16-10
carrier plate insertion, 10-2
caution
power supply, 20-8
remove components, 10-2, 10-4
centerplane support board, 21-7
configuration rules, 1-2
installation, 11-7
power off, 11-4
power on, 11-8
removal, 11-5
component
configuration rules, 1-2, 8-2
numbering
back, 1-10, 1-11
front, 1-9
removal, caution, 10-2, 10-4
configuration
memory, 1-3, 8-2
rules, 1-2
CPU
board
installation, 8-7
power off, 8-4
removal, 8-5
filler panel
installation, 8-12
removal, 8-12
CPU board, 21-10
CPU filler panel, 21-12
D
diagnostics
SunVTS, 1-3
dual CPU board
installation, 9-15
power off, 9-13
removal, 9-14
E
expander board
installation, 12-8
power off, 12-4
power on, 12-9
removal, 12-5
F
fan backplane, 21-14
installation, 14-5
Index-1
power on, 14-6
removal, 14-2
fan tray
installation, 4-5
power off, 4-4
removal, 4-4
fan tray cooling components, 21-15
field replaceable units (FRU), 21-1
Frame Manager
installation, 2-2
FrameManager
removal, 2-2
FrameManager assembly, 21-3
FrameManager assembly components, 21-3
FrameManager extension
installation, 2-3
removal, 2-3
H
hot-swap PCI I/O Board, 21-11
hsPCI assembly
installation, 9-6
power off, 9-4
removal, 9-5
hsPCI I/O board, 21-11
I
I/O filler panel, 21-12
installation, 9-17
removal, 9-17
insertion
board set, 10-2
carrier plate, 10-2
install
access door, 17-3
centerplane support board, 11-7
CPU
board, 8-7
filler panel, 8-12
dual CPU board, 9-15
expander board, 12-8
fan backplane, 14-5
fan tray, 4-5
FrameManager, 2-2
FrameManager extension, 2-3
hsPCI assembly, 9-6
I/O filler panel, 9-17
Index-2
power
centerplane, 15-6
module, 3-6
supply, 48-volt, 3-12
side panel, 17-2
Sun Fireplane Interconnect, 13-11
system
control board, 6-8
control peripheral board, 7-8
TopCap, 2-4
TopCap extension, 2-4
K
Kick Plate assembly, 21-4
kick plate assembly component, 21-4
M
MaxCPU board, 21-11
memory
configuration, 1-3, 8-2
N
nomenclature, 1-1
P
power centerplane, 21-13
installation, 15-6
power off, 15-2
power on, 15-10
power module, 21-18
installation, 3-6
power off
48-volt power supply, 3-11
centerplane support board, 11-4
CPU board, 8-4
dual CPU board, 9-13
expander board, 12-4
fan tray, 4-4
hsPCI assembly, 9-4
power centerplane, 15-2
Sun Fireplane Interconnect, 13-6
system control board, 6-4
system control peripheral board, 7-6
power on
centerplane support board, 11-8
expander board, 12-9
fan backplane, 14-6
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power centerplane, 15-10
power supply 48-volt, 3-13
system, 13-13
power supply, 21-17
48-volt
installation, 3-12
power off, 3-11
power on, 3-13
removal, 3-11
caution label, 20-8
powering on the system, 16-25
R
remove
access door, 17-3
centerplane support board, 11-5
CPU
board, 8-5
filler panel, 8-12
dual CPU board, 9-14
expander board, 12-5
fan backplane, 14-2
fan tray, 4-4
FrameManager, 2-2
FrameManager extension, 2-3
hsPCI assembly, 9-5
I/O filler panel, 9-17
power supply, 48-volt, 3-11
side panel, 17-2
Sun Fireplane Interconnect, 13-7
system control board, 6-6
system control peripheral board, 7-6
TopCap, 2-3
TopCap extension, 2-4
replacement
air filter, 18-4
Sun Fireplane Interconnect, 13-4
rules, configuration, 1-2
replacement setup, 13-4
Sun Fireplane interconnect, 21-13
SunVTS diagnostics, 1-3
system
power on, 13-13
testing, 1-3
system control board, 21-8
installation, 6-8
power off, 6-4
removal, 6-6
system control peripheral board, 21-9
installation, 7-8
power off, 7-6
removal, 7-6
system expander board, 21-9
system expander carrier plate (with or without air
dam), 21-10
T
testing
system, 1-3
TopCap
installation, 2-4
removal, 2-3
TopCap assembly, 21-3
TopCap assembly components, 21-4
TopCap extension
installation, 2-4
removal, 2-4
S
setup, Sun Fireplane Interconnect replacement, 13-4
side panel
installation, 17-2
removal, 17-2
Sun Fireplane Interconnect
installation, 13-11
power off, 13-6
removal, 13-7
Index-3
Index-4
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