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FusionServer G5500 Server G560 V5 Compute Node Maintenance and Service Guide 03

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Installing the GP608

Installing the GP608

Prerequisites

The G560 V5 has not been installed.

Procedure

  1. Unpack the packing case.

    1. Check whether the packing case and seals are in good conditions.
      NOTE:

      If there is any damage (for example, the package is soaked or deformed, or the seals or pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes are not intact), submit a Cargo Problem Feedback Form.

    2. Use a box cutter to cut the pressure-sensitive adhesive tape on the packing case.

      Be careful with the box cutter to avoid personal injury or equipment damage.

    3. Unpack the GP608.
    4. If there are multiple GP608s, take them out from ESD bags and place them separately on the ESD floor, as shown in Figure 5-10.
    Figure 5-10 Correct operation

    NOTE:

    Do not take out a GP608 from its ESD bag if you do not install it immediately.

    Figure 5-11 Incorrect operations

  2. Determine the position for installing the GP608. See Figure 5-12. The G560 V5 is in the lower slot and the GP608 is in the upper slot.

    Figure 5-12 Positions of the G560 V5 and GP608

  3. Install the GP608.

    NOTE:

    Install filler modules in empty slots to avoid system alarms or performance deterioration.

    1. Press the release buttons on the GP608. See (1) in Figure 5-13.
      Figure 5-13 Installing the GP608
    2. Open the ejector levers on the GP608 completely. See (2) in Figure 5-13.

      Two persons are required to install the GP608.

    3. Insert the GP608 horizontally into the chassis. See (3) in Figure 5-13. Note that the GP608 must be installed closely to the top chassis cover.
    4. Close the ejector levers on the GP608. See (4) in Figure 5-13.

Follow-up Procedure

After installing the GP608, continue to install the G560 V5. After all hardware modules are installed, log in to the iBMC using SSH and run the ipmcget -t resource -d composition -v list command to query the compute node topology.

  • If the topology to be validated does not exist in the command output, the installation is complete.
    The command output is as follows:
    iBMC:/-> ipmcget -t resource -d composition -v list
    Composition setting for domain1:
      current settings: 1
      Upside                        Downside
    ------------------------------------
      node1/p1:     {drawer1/a1, drawer1/a3, iom1/io1};
      node1/p1:     {drawer1/a2, drawer1/a4, iom1/io2};
      node1/p2:     {drawer1/a5, drawer1/a7, iom2/io3};
      node1/p2:     {drawer1/a6, drawer1/a8, iom2/io4};
      pending settings: null
  • The topology with pending settings exists in the command output.
    The command output is as follows:
    iBMC:/-> ipmcget -t resource -d composition -v list
    Composition setting for domain1:
      current settings: 2
      Upside                        Downside
    ------------------------------------
      node1/p1:     {drawer1/a1, drawer1/a2, drawer1/a3, drawer1/a4, iom1/io1, iom1/io2};
      node1/p2:     {drawer1/a5, drawer1/a6, drawer1/a7, drawer1/a8, iom2/io3, iom2/io4};
      pending settings: 1
      Upside                        Downside
    ------------------------------------
      node1/p1:     {drawer1/a1, drawer1/a3, iom1/io1};
      node1/p1:     {drawer1/a2, drawer1/a4, iom1/io2};
      node1/p2:     {drawer1/a5, drawer1/a7, iom2/io3};
      node1/p2:     {drawer1/a6, drawer1/a8, iom2/io4};
    Run the ipmcset -d fru -v 2 command to power off and then power on the compute node to make the topology take effect.
    iBMC:/-> ipmcset -d fru -v 2
    WARNING: The operation may have many adverse effects.
    Do you want to continue?[Y/N]:y
    FRU control fru0 (forced power cycle) successfully.
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