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KunLun 9016 V100R001 User Guide 12

This document describes the appearance, specifications, parameters, and structure of the KunLun 9016, and how to install an OS, replace parts, and install, remove, configure, and troubleshoot the server.
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SCE Ports

SCE Ports

Figure 2-42 shows the ports on the system compute enclosure (SCE) front panel.

Figure 2-42 Ports on the SCE front panel

Table 2-25 describes the ports.

Table 2-25 Ports on the SCE front panel

No.

Port

Connector

Qty.

Single-System Mode

Physical Partition Mode

Description

1

USB port

USB 2.0 - A Male

2

Only the USB ports on the primary SCE (SCE 1) are available.

  • Only the USB ports on the primary SCE of each physical partition are available.
  • If the primary SCE is divided into two 4-socket physical partitions, the USB ports are assigned to the physical partition where BPU A is located, by default.
NOTE:

To assign the USB ports to the physical partition where BPU B is located, use the Serial Over LAN (SOL) feature of the CMC to access the baseboard management controller (BMC) CLI, and then use the BMC CLI.

Allow USB devices (for example, a USB DVD drive, USB flash drive, USB mouse, and USB keyboard) to connect to the single system or a physical partition.

NOTE:

Perform virus scanning on a USB device before connecting it to the server.

2

VGA port

DB15

1

Only the VGA port on the primary SCE (SCE 1) is available.

  • Only the VGA port on the primary SCE of each physical partition is available.
  • If the primary SCE is divided into two 4-socket physical partitions, the VGA port is assigned to the physical partition where BPU A is located, by default.
NOTE:

To assign the VGA port to the physical partition where BPU B is located, use the SOL feature of the CMC and then use the BMC CLI.

Allows a monitor or a keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) to connect to the single system or a physical partition to display the real-time desktop.

Figure 2-43 shows the ports on the SCE rear panel.

Figure 2-43 Ports on the SCE rear panel

Table 2-26 and Table 2-27 describe the ports.

Table 2-26 Ports on LPMs 1 and 2

No.

Port

Connector

Qty. Per Module

Single-System Mode

Physical Partition Mode

Description

1

Serial port

RJ45

1

  • If the serial port is set as the system serial port, only the serial port on LPM 2 in the primary SCE (SCE 1) is available.
  • If the serial port is set as the BMC serial port, the serial port on each BPU is available.
NOTE:

To set the serial port of a BPU as the BMC serial port, use the Serial Over LAN (SOL) feature of the CMC to access the baseboard management controller (BMC) CLI of the BPU, and then use the BMC CLI.

  • If the serial port is set as the system serial port, only the serial port on the LPM of the primary BPU in each physical partition is available.
  • If the serial port is set as the BMC serial port, the serial port on each BPU is available.
NOTE:

To set the serial port of a BPU as the BMC serial port, use the SOL feature of the CMC to access the BMC CLI of the BPU, and then use the BMC CLI.

Functions as the system serial port or BMC serial port.

NOTE:

By default, this port is used as the system serial port.

To set the serial port as the BMC serial port, use the BMC CLI of a BPU.

2

Partition interconnect port (PIP)

PCIe 1.0

1

Available

Available

Connects a CPI and an LPM.

Controls physical partitions, manages hardware resources, and delivers system clock signals from the CME to SCEs.

NOTE:

Each SCE has two LPMs. Each LPM has one PIP, and each SCE has two PIPs in active/standby mode. By default, the PIP in LPM 2 is active, and the PIP in LPM 1 is standby.

3

LOM network port

  • GE or 10GE electrical port
  • 10GE optical port

2 or 4

Available

By default, the Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) functions of LOM network ports on LPM 2 in the primary SCE (SCE 1) are enabled.

NOTE:

The PXE functions of other LOM network ports and network ports on standard NICs in PCIe slots are disabled by default, and can be enabled under Network on the Boot tab page of the basic input/output system (BIOS).

Available

By default, the PXE functions of LOM network ports on LPM 2 in the primary SCE in each physical partition are enabled.

NOTE:

The PXE functions of other LOM network ports and network ports on standard NICs in PCIe slots are disabled by default, and can be enabled under Network on the Boot tab page of the BIOS.

Enables access to and management of the server in-band service system.

NOTE:

The port type and quantity vary according to the configured LOM type.

Table 2-27 Ports on NCMs 1 and 2

No.

Port

Connector

Qty.

Single-System Mode

Physical Partition Mode

Description

4

Node interconnect (NI) port

Standard CXP

3

Available

Available

Connect NUMA nodes.

NOTE:

Each node controller module (NCM) has three NI ports. Each NI port consists of three physical CXP ports. The nine CXP ports are numbered A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, and C3.

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