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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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CME

CME

Physical Structure

Figure 2-8 shows the physical structure of the central management enclosure (CME).

Figure 2-8 CME components

CME components

No.

Name

Function

1

Central interface module (CIM)

  • Allows LCD access and centralized access to the virtual KVM in each physical partition during local maintenance.
  • Powers on and off the entire cabinet.

2

Central management consoles (CMCs)

  • Manage components in the cabinet, sensors and events, users, fan modules, and PSUs.
  • Perform Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) processing and remote maintenance.

3

Power and fan integrity modules (PFMs)

  • Supply power to the CME.
  • Dissipate heat from the CME.

4

Advanced clock modules (ACMs)

Provide a single-source 100 MHz reference clock, which is used by the QuickPath Interconnect (QPI), node interconnect (NI), and PCIe ports.

5

Central partition interconnect modules (CPIs)

Allow partition control, including:

  • CPU overheat protection
  • CPU hot swap control
  • Status and TSC clock verification
  • Synchronous power control, reset, and error isolation

6

Enclosure

Houses the CIM, CMCs, PFMs, ACMs, and CPIs.

Front and Rear Views

Front View

Figure 2-9 shows the front view of a central management enclosure (CME).

Figure 2-9 CME front view

1

Central interface module (CIM)

2

DVD drive

3

Central management console (CMC) 2

4

CMC 1

Rear View

Figure 2-10 shows the rear view of a CME.

Figure 2-10 CME rear view

1

Advanced clock module (ACM) 2

2

Central partition interconnect module (CPI) 2

3

Power and fan integrity module (PFM) 2

4

CPI 1

5

ACM 1

6

PFM 1

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Updated: 2019-05-20

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